|Talk by Sisulu salutes nation|
|Strategies of operation||
An address to Black school students encouraging them, as members of the South African Students Movement, to oppose apartheid policies.
|Strategic priorities for building the African National Congress||
Speech delivered by Popo Molefe at the African National Congress Organizing Committee National Workshop 6 - 9 November 1990. The paper discusses strategic priorities for building the African National Congress
|Straighten up your shoulders!||
Speech to marchers gathered in St George's Cathedral in Cape Town, September 2, 1989, where about 170 women protested against death sentences and detention.
|Steve Biko: after ten years||
Barney Pityana, a close friend and colleague of Steve Biko, was invited to preach this sermon at Notting Hill Methodist Church, London, on the 10th anniversary of Steve Biko's death.
|Statement of the United Democratic Front in response to President De Klerk's opening of parliament speech on February 1st 1991||
Statement of the United Democratic Front in response to President De Klerk's opening of parliament speech on February 1st 1991
|Statement of the President of the African National Congress of South Africa||
Statement of the President of the African National Congress of South Africa, Oliver R Tambo, at the International Conference in support of liberation movements and solidarity with frontline states, Lusaka, Zambia, 10-13 April 1979.
|Statement of the National Executive Committee on the occasion of the 79th anniversary of the African National Congress, January 8, 1991||
Speech made by Deputy ANC President, Nelson Mandela, on the occasion of the organisation's 79th anniversary. Includes an introductory statement by Oliver Tambo.
|Statement of the Deputy President of the African National Congress, Nelson Mandela, at the Opening of the ANC National Conference||
Nelson Mandela's address to the opening of the African National Congress (ANC) National Conference, 2-7 July, 1991 in which he stated that the ANC must lead the process of democratic transformation and the Conference will enable ANC to formulate strategies to do this.
|Speeches and sundry essays|
|Speech to ASP Conference In Pietermaritzburg|
|Speech opening 47th Annual NUSAS Congress||
Opening speech at the 47th Annual Congress of the National Union of South African Students, University of Natal, Durban, July 1971. He discusses the experience of being Black in South Africa and his hopes for a better South Africa.
|Speech on my 75th birthday at N's home||
Speech by Jane Gool on her 75th birthday, celebrated in Zambia.
|Speech of the Pan Africanist Congress of Azania at the Euro-Arab Youth Conference (Tripoli-Libya) May 14-19, 1973|
|Speech made by Mrs Winnie Mandela to mark the creation of the Black Parents' Association||
Immediately following the "childrens revolt" in Soweto in June 1976 and the massacre and repression with which the apartheid regime encountered it, Mrs Winnie Mandela made an impassioned plea at a meeting of Soweto residents calling for Black pride and unity.
|Speech delivered on Graduation Day on behalf of the Graduands, April 1972||
The former President of the SRC of the University of the North delivered the Address at the Graduation Ceremony of April 1972. The university authorities subsequently suspended Mr Tiro and mass protests by the university student body followed.
|Speech delivered by Popo Molefe at SAUJS National Seminar||
Speech delivered by Popo Molefe at SAUJS National Seminar, he speaks about the apartheid regime how it has survived for forty two years, the policy of the ANC and then he concludes by listing the main tasks facing the oganisation.
|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.
|Speech delivered at members' meeting||
Transcript of a speech delivered by I B Tabata at a Unity Movement members' meeting. Highlights political and financial problems that have arisen within the movement.
|Speech by I B Tabata||
Speech made by I B Tabata at a meeting of the African Peoples' Democratic Union of South Africa about imperialism overseas and in South Africa.