|Angola: still waiting for peace|
|ANC in historic talks with government|
|ANC Discussion Paper on the issue of negotiations||
ANC Discussion Paper on the issue of negotiations. Argues that negotiated resolution of the South African question is urgent.
|ANC bogey image is false says group back from Lusaka|
|All clear for negotiations?|
|Advance in Craft struggle||
Workers at Craft Industries are writing their own agreement. Soon they will meet management to negotiate this agreement.
|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.
|Abasebenzi benze inzuzo ngothethwano e RPM (article written in Xhosa language)|
|A quest worth pursuing|
|A possible negotiating concept||
Confidential note on a possible negotiating concept. No author but possibly a memorandum submitted to the National Working Committee of the ANC by the Commonwealth Eminent Persons Group.
|A country in mourning: what the SA Govt has done|
|A 'Simple Majority' Democracy Won't Work|
|20 reasons for hope in SA|
|1986 Mine wage talks end|
|"Non-collaboration not negotiation"|
|"Most whites agree with the essence of what Buthelezi is saying.."|
|Verbatim Minutes: Meeting 27, 28 and 29 April 1977, Cape Town||
Minutes of a meeting between representatives of the South African Government and Ambassadors and other representatives from Canada, United States of America, France, United Kingdom and Germany to discuss a negotiated settlement to achieve Namibian independence
|The new policy of the USA towards South Africa: the Black Conciousness Movement's view||
An article written by the Black People's Convention in response to the invitation to have talks with Mr Andrew Young the Unites States Ambassador to the United Nations, reflecting on the United States "new" foreign policy towards South Africa.