|Economic Policy, Growth and Equity: Introduction|
|Economic Policy, Growth and Equity: Democratic Party Economic Policy Manifesto|
|Economic Policy, Growth and Equity: Democratic Economic Growth|
|Dr Bernard Friedman|
|Congress and the Africanists|
|Community participation in the health sector|
|Community health workers|
|Christian trusteeship as the only satisfactory Native policy|
|Bone-throwing at Umbilo|
|Black Peoples Convention: rejection of foreign investment||
The Black Peoples Convention National Congress held in December 1973 resolved to reject the involvement of foreign investors and this letter sent from BPC to 31 foreign firms calls on foreign investors to disengage from the economic system of South Africa
|Black Peoples Convention: Paper on Policy||
Black Peoples Convention: Paper on Policy presented on 16 March, 1974, at the National Council Meeting and includes BPC policy on internal relations, international relations, sports, education, and news media
|Black Peoples Convention Policy 9th June 1973||
The National Executive Committee deemed it necessary to acquaint all Chairmen of Branches on BPC policy. These Chairmen will in turn guide their members on BPC policy especially in view of apparent misunderstaning by many members.
|Black People's Convention: Blueprint of the proposed educational policy||
Memorandum discussing the BPC educational guidelines to develop Black Consciousness and national unity while eliminating racism and tribalism
|Besoek van Mnr Clark aan Suid-Afrika en Suidwes-Afrika: 10-13 Junie 1981||
Report, signed by Minister R F Botha and written mostly in Afrikaans, of the visit of Mr W P Clark of the United States of America, to South Africa and South West Africa.
|Apartheid - Only a Policy?|
|ANC land and rural policy||
Notes on the African National Congress land and rural policy as spelt out in the Freedom Charter and the Road to South African Freedom.
Paper arguing against the nationalisation of the gold mining industry, by Peter Robbins, prepared for an ANC seminar on Economic Policy in Harare, Zimbabwe, in April and May 1990.