|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Phillip||
Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Phillip
|Discussion Document On How The ANC should Govern: By Ngoako Ramatlhodi||
It is now three years since the ANC was elected to govern. Enough time has thus elapsed to allow for a review of how we have coped with the twin challenges of governing and effecting transformation of our country. In this regard, the focus shall be on the ANC and its Allies.
|Conference on British Commonwealth Literature (CBCL): Newsletter, Report to Conference Membership, April 1965|
|Notes by Alan Paton|
|Edwin Mofutsanyana the oldest communist in Africa||
Flyer for briefing by Edwin Mofutsanyana (born 1899)
|Address to the workshop on fundraising Harare 26 to 27 May 1990 by T.T Nkobi, Treasurer General||
Address to the workshop on fundraising Harare 26 to 27 May 1990 by T.T Nkobi, Treasurer General regarding the urgent need for funds.
|Western Cape Region - Regional Conference: Problems and challenges of the Western Cape||
Report by Reg September on the problems and challenges of the Western Cape, presented to the African National Congress Western Cape Region Conference, 29 and 30 September, 1990. Covers history of the ANC in the Western Cape Region.
|Report on recruitment||
Incomplete report from a Cape Town underground unit of the African National Congress on recruitment. Includes paragraph on work among women and American aid in Africa.
|The bogus letter of expulsion||
Report about a false letter regarding the expulsion from the ANC of eight members.
|Recommendations of Consultative Conference||
Recommendations of the South African Communist Party Consultative Conference. Recommends transforming the party, that there should be internal democracy and accountability, public accountability, that the relationship between the party and fraternal organisations should change.
|Summary of the events in connection with Mr James Jobe Hadebe||
Summary of events regarding the resignation from the External Mission of the African National Congress of South Africa of James Jobe Hadebe. Marked Confidential, for circulation to Congress members.
|Black Peoples Convention: Lenasia Branch and Durban Central lists of members and addresses||
List of Black People's Convention members in Durban and Lenasia
|Statement on the expulsion from the ANC of South Africa||
Statement on the expulsion from the ANC (SA) of T Bonga, A M Makiwane, G M Mbele, A K Mqota, P Ngakane, T X Makiwane, O K Setlhapelo. Includes list of resolutions.
|How and why a small ANC of (S.A.) clique decided to make a public emergence at this time and state in the development of our situation||
ANC statement, written by Alfred Nzo, on the Makiwane group expulsion.
|Statement of the National Executive Committee (NEC) on the expulsion of Thami Bonga from membership of the African National Congress of South Africa||
ANC National Executive Committee Statement on the expulsion of Tami Bonga, the suspension of George Mduduzi, the abolition of the position of Administrative Secretary, and the appointment of Jonas D Matlou as new chairman of the ANC.
|Preparing for an ANC Consultative Conference||
Comment by Jack Simons on some of the issues relating to an African National Congress Consultative Conference. Brief overview of the reason for the conference in exile.
|Minutes of a meeting of the National Executive Committee, held at the Head Office on Sunday on 12th May 1968 at 10:30am||
Minutes of a meeting of the National Executive Committee held at the head office, 12 May 1968, to discuss students matters, the expulsion from the Soviet Union of Comrade Moses Matemoja, propoganda and the formation of a youth festival committee.
|Memorandum on the raising of affiliation fees of the National Union of South African Students||
Memorandum giving reasons for the recent increase in affiliation fees to the National Union of South African Students. The projects and expenses of the National Union are listed, as well as the benefits available to students.
|Letter from John Motshabi to Joe Slovo||
Open letter from John Motshabi to Joe Slovo outlining his disagreement with opening membership to the African National Congress to all races.