|Newspaper articles on India and South Africa 1980s and 1990s|
|Labour Party and coloured’s Press Cuttings|
|Indaba news - Issue 16 - August/September 1988|
|Zimbabwe is not negotiable||
The whole concept of selective mandatory sanctions is based on a faulty hypothesis - that Rhodesia's political structure will collapse with the application of pressures on the economy.
|Common sense and South African freedom||
Editorial on "Common sense and South African freedom".
|Britain and the crisis in Rhodesia: military intervention the essential factor||
Sanctions cannot set Rhodesia on the road to democratic rule.
|Africa wants an answer||
Are the communists trying to have it both ways?.
|The sanctions question: Why Cosatu has supported sanctions|
|The sanctions question: a correspondence on sanctions|
|The sanctions question: The sanctions debate and the Black Sash|
|The sanctions question: refining the debate|
|The sanctions debate|
|Press statement: Margaret Thatcher policy on South Africa||
Press statement regarding the Margaret Thatcher policy on South Africa.
|1982: Year of international mobilisation for sanctions against South Africa||
Address by the African National Congress to the United Nations General Assembly regarding sanctions against South Africa.
|The Crime is apartheid, the penalty is isolation: Paper presented at the Black Sash National Conference in Johannesburg||
The Crime is apartheid, the penalty is isolation: Paper presented at the National Black Sash National Conference in Johannesburg on 22 October 1963, discussing: Apartheid, South West Africa, African States and airspace, international sanctions, expulsion of SA from United Nations, reform.
|Financial sanctions: a rebuttal|
|South African sanctions: a plea for open debate and the right to dissent|
|Five Freedoms Forum - African National Conference, July 1989: Report of Commission on Sanctions (A3)||
Report of the African National Congress - Five Freedoms Forum, Commission on Sanctions, Conference
|Don't Play With Apartheid - Isolate It|