|Address by State President F W de Klerk, DMS, at the opening of the second session of the ninth Parliament of the Republic of South Africa, Friday 2 February 1990||
Address by the State President F W de Klerk, at the opening of the second session of the ninth Parliament of the Republic of South Africa, Friday, 2 February 1990. Deals with foreign relations, human rights, the death penalty, socio-economic aspects, the economy, and negotiation.
|Never quiet on the Western front: Angola, Namibia, South Africa, and the big powers|
|The ANC and the road to negotiations|
|The Election of a government|
|The Talks that descend into hell|
|Editorial: Inkatha's Secret Funding|
|The Politics of Negotiation|
|Editorial: Pressing for Negotiation|
|Negotiations and Preconditions|
|Editorial: Get Moving|
|CC Resolution on Elections||
Resolutions of the Central Committee of the South African Communist Party on elections, on Angola, and on negotiations. Supports a single ANC electoral list and commits to ensure an ANC elections victory.
|Summary notes of a meeting between Mr D W Auret and Mr Marx of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Minister, Silvino da Luz, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Cape Verde: Praia, Cape Verde, 19 March 1986||
Report from a meeting between representatives of the South African Foreign Affairs Department and the Foreign Minister of Cape Verde to discuss the situation in southern Africa with regard to the implementation of the settlement proposal, landing rights for South African Airways on Cape Verde and
|Samesprekings: Staatspresident met die Kabinet van die Oorgangsregering van Nasionale Eenheid (Orne) van SWA, 21 Mei 1986, Kabinetskamer, Tuynhuys, Kaapstad||
Report from a meeting held between representatives of the South African Government, including the State President, and representatives from South West Africa to discuss the process to achieve a negotiated settlement for the independence of Namibia
|Observer Delegation Report: Brazzaville Talks, 25-28 September 1988||
Report on talks held in Brazzaville with regard to negotiations for the elections, logistics and other preparations for Namibian independence as well as national reconciliation and economic development.
|Summary of points of Agreement and others discussed at the South African and Angolan/Cuban military meetings: Sal Island, Cape Verde, 22 and 23 July 1988||
Summarised report of points of agreement between South Africa and Angola/Cuba with regard to the withdrawal of Cuban and South African troops in Angola and the time frames for this process.
|Five Freedoms Forum - African National Congress Conference, July 1989: Report of Commission on Negotiations (A1)||
Report of the African National Congress - Five Freedoms Forum, Commission on Negotiations, Conference in July 1989.
Minutes of discussions between the South African Government and the African National Congress in Pretoria, 6 August, 1990. Re-committing themselves to the Groote Schuur Minute. Discussed violence and negotiations.
|Closing remarks by Deputy Secretary Eagleburger, Saturday 19 March 1983||
Closing remarks from a meeting between a South African delegation and a United States delegation, led by Deputy Secretary Eagleburger, emphasising the importance of talks between the two countries as the beginning of a process to support the peace process in southern Africa and their relationship
|Discussions between Mr Silvino Da Luz, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cape Verde, and Representatives of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Information: Sal Island, 11 September 1983||
Report on discussions held between South African and the Republic of Cape Verde with regard to negotiations between Angola and South Africa.
|Discussions with Silvino Da Luz, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cape Verde: Praia, 25 March 1984||
Report by Mr D W Steward of the Department of Foreign Affairs, regarding discussions with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cape Verde, following on from the joint statement issued in Havanna, Cuba, by Fidel Castro, President of Cuba, and Jose Eduardo Dos Santos, President of Ang