|Visit of His Excellency Javier Perez de Cuellar, Secretary-General of the United Nations, to South West Africa/Namibia: 25-26 August 1983||
Report on the visit of the Secreatry-General of the United Nations to South Africa to discuss the independence of Namibia/South West Africa.
|Too Few Own Too Many Newspapers|
|Editorial: The Ban on the Weekly Mail|
|The O'Brien Affair|
|Land Tenure/Rural Development Workshop - Press Report|
|Pessimism About The Press|
|Editorial: The Rand Daily Mail|
|Steyn Commission II: How to Separate Truth from Fact|
|Editorial: Censorship and Self-Censorship|
|Outlaw Newspaper Monopolies|
|Lionel Abrahams - critic, poet, author - Accepts the Pringle Award|
|The White Alternative...Give Ground While You Can|
|Fallacies of "The White Enlightenment"|
|In the Interests of National Morality|
|Joint Press Conference, Department of State, 14 May 1981 with Secretary of State Haig and Minister of Foreign Affairs Botha||
Press Conference in the United States, with US Secretary Haig and Minister of Foreign Affairs Botha, regarding the independence of Nambia.
|Statement given to Sunday Times||
Draft statement prepared for the Sunday Times opposing the forced removals of the Fingo people from their land
|Statement by the Minister of Foreign Affairs||
Statement issued by the Department of Foreign Affairs regarding a peaceful settlement for South West Africa
|Statement by the Honourable R F Botha, Minister of Foreign Affairs: Cape Town, 20 March 1984||
Statement released by Pik Botha, Minister of Foreign Affairs, regarding the progress of the Joint Monitoring Commission and condemning the statement issued by the President of Cuba, Fidel Castro, in which the South African and United States Governments were criticised.
|NUSAS Press Release||
NUSAS Press release regarding developments and plans for the National Union of South African Students and a confirmation of a special congress to complete the reassessment of the Union.