LIBERATION MOVEMENTS

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Southern Africa: internal problems of the new phase

To have South African freedom fighters operating in Rhodesia represents an ideological advance of no mean importance not only in the liberation movement of Southern Africa but the whole spectrum of the African revolution.

The New African: Volume 8, Number 1, 1969
The Swaziland connection
Black United Front
SWAPO
UDF - the State`s red herring
Inkatha: UDF: APDUSA
'Dissension in the ranks': comment
Palestine's tears: Cry the beloved non-country
Why Gaza says yes, mostly
Namibia
Statement of the President of the African National Congress of South Africa

Statement of the President of the African National Congress of South Africa, Oliver R Tambo, at the International Conference in support of liberation movements and solidarity with frontline states, Lusaka, Zambia, 10-13 April 1979.

A statement of the African National Congress of South Africa delivered at a Conference of the Continuation Committee of the Lisbon International Conference in support of the peoples of southern Africa, London, 21-23 March 1978

A statement of the African National Congress, delivered by Secretary General, Alfred Nzo, to a conference of the Continuation Committee of the Lisbon International Conference in support of the peoples of Southern Africa, London, 21-23 March, 1978.

Message delivered by a member of the Central Committee of the South African Communist Party to the First Congress of MPLA in Luanda in December 1977

Message delivered by a member of the Central Committee of the South African Communist Party to the First Congress of MPLA in Luanda in December 1977, discusses liberation of and building of socialism in Angola

Our conception of the Liberatory Struggle in South Africa

Speech made by I B Tabata on the nature of the struggle for liberation in South Africa. Includes the Unity Movement's programme and principles.

A Declaration to the people of South Africa

This address is a declaration to the people of South Africa and begins by mentioning the Nazi-like tyranny under which the people of South Africa live. It is therefore directed to all those who are against Nazism and Herrenvolkism; and to all Non-Europeans'.

Introducing ourselves: continuity and discontinuity on the left
Review: Alex Callinicos, South Africa between reform and revolution
The Split in the ANC, 1958
Review article: Sobukwe and the PAC

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