|African National Congress Conference Rally Kings Park 7 July 1991||
A rally held by the ANC following one of the greatest political conferences held in South Africa. It was attended by representatives from 50 countries. The ANC announced its Executive mebers at this rally.
|ANC leaders speak: release rally||
A rally held by the African National Congress in October 1989 where various leaders such as Walter Sisulu, Cyril Ramaphosa and Murphy Morobe addressed the public as well as entertainment by various artists.
|May Day 1989 Culture Week Soccer Rally and Students Union Performance Tape III||
cultural performaces and speeches to commemorate MayDay held at Students Union, University of Natal.
|May Day 1989 Culture Week Soccer Rally Tape I||
MayDay Soccer Rally held at Curries Fountain.
|Statement by Terror Lekota||
Statement by the United Democratic Front announcing that Comrade Nelson Mandela visit to Qwaqwa has been unilaterally cancelled by Chief Minister Mopeli and his cabinet.
|Address by the Deputy President of the African National Congress to a rally||
Speech delivered by the Deputy President of the African National Congress to a rally at the Independence stadium, Umtata, in Transkei.
Speech by Joe Slovo at a SACP Rally held at the Lentegeur Stadium in Mitchells Plain, on Sunday 29 April 1990.
Speech delivered by Joe Slovo the General Secretary of the South African Communist Party (SACP) at the Rally in Lentegeur Stadium, Mitchell's Plain.
|Speech at the African National Congress welcome rally||
Speech delivered by the General Secretary at the African National Congress welcome rally in Cape Town, when the ANC welcomes the changing situation within South Africa, the release of the leaders, the unbanning of the African National Congress and other organisations.
|Speech delivered by Comrade Mandla Dlamini||
Speech delivered by Comrade Mandla Dlamini from the United Democratic Front (Southern Transvaal) at Nelspruit Rally he felt it was a matter of great honour that they stood there to celebrate their heroic day of workers the 1st of May.
|Stronger than ever in Uitenhage|
|Flags fly high at rally to welcome back leaders|
|New Age Vol.8 No.8 Dec. 1961|
|New Age Vol.8 No.34 Jun. 1962|
|New Age Vol.6 No.12 Jan. 1960|
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|New Age Vol.5 No.32 May 1959|
|New Age Vol.5 No.27 Apr. 1959|
|New Age Vol.4 No.1858 Feb. 1958|
Mandela Peace Rally held at Kings Park Stadium, Durban