Nelson Mandela

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Significance of African and Indian Joint Struggle
South African Political Newspaper articles - African National Congress - 1998-1999
10 years of Parliament
South African Politics 1994
National Party - 1990
ANC Today Volume 6, No. 13 . 7-13 April 2006

Letter from the President: The Order of the Day - let the work begin!
Skills Development: A skills revolution in a nation united

Correspondence between Magnus Gunther and Randolph Vigne
The State of Emergency
FOCUS: No 92 January-February 1991

Talks under pressure Government accused of bad faith Differing interpretations by the ANC and the South African....

South Africa - The Rainbow Nation and Prospects for Consolidating Democracy


Contributions to PMBurg 150th Anniversary Book
SA political press cuttings

Press cuttings

Letter from Peter Brown to Pat Poovalingam
Statement at a Press Conference in Dar Es Salaam on the sentences in the Rivonia Trial / OR Tambo.

Nelson Mandela, Walter Sisulu, Govan Mbeki, Ahmed Kathrada, Raymond Mhlaba, Andrew Mlangeni, Denis Goldberg and Elias Motsoaledi were today sentenced to life imprisonment in the Rivonia trial which since last year, has been the focal point of world attention.


Rivonia: Telling It As It Was

This month, Nelson Mandela celebrates his 70th birthday. July 1988 also marks the 25th anniversary of the Rivonia arrests.

Nelson Mandela's Testimony At the Treason Trial, 1956-1960

In response to the growing unity and strength of the Congress Movement as a united front following the adoption of the Freedom Charter, the government arrested 156 political leaders in a mass police swoop on 5 December 1956 and charged them with high treason, a grave charge carrying the death pen

I am Prepared to Die." Nelson Mandela's Statement From The Dock At The Opening Of The Defence Case In The Rivonia Trial

I hold a Bachelor's Degree in Arts and practised as an attorney in Johannesburg for a number of years in partnership with Oliver Tambo. I am a convicted prisoner serving five years for leaving the country without a permit and for inciting people to go on strike at the end of May 1961.

Letter from Winnie Mandela to Peter Brown
Letter to Peter Brown


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