POLICY

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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

Letter of resignation: Theo Molaba

Theo Molaba's letter of resignation from the South African Communist Party (first page). Commentary on the letter by A representative of the South African Communist Party (next four pages).

Letter of resignation: Theo Molaba

Theo Molaba's letter of resignation from the South African Communist Party (first page). Commentary on the letter by A representative of the South African Communist Party (next four pages).

The response of African unions to state labour policy
Resolutions of the Eight National Conference of the South African Council of Churches, July 27-29, 1976

Resolutions of the South African Council of Churches, discussed at the Eighth National Conference, which includes the call for detainees to be charged or released, the right for students to non-violent protest and the rejection of the oppressive system of the South African Government.

Indian Opinion Vol.53 No.36 Sep 1954
Indian Opinion Vol.56 No.3 Jan 1958
Indian Opinion Vol.56 No.2 Jan 1958
Interview with Joe Slovo by Keith Coleman

An interview with Joe Slovo by Keith Coleman on economic policies. July 1, 1990.

Quizzing the candidates
The Prime Minister and Union Day
An old seductive tune
Bone-throwing at Umbilo
Labour sees the light
Political parties and a national health service
A National Health Service and the future of the private sector - the case for a National Health Insurance
The role of traditional medicine in a changing South Africa
The drug policy of the African National Congress
Workers health: union-based health care initiatives
Towards a new health policy for South Africa

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