|Speech to ASP Conference In Pietermaritzburg|
|Speeches and sundry essays|
|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.
|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 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 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
|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.
|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.
|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
|Strategies of operation||
An address to Black school students encouraging them, as members of the South African Students Movement, to oppose apartheid policies.
|Talk by Sisulu salutes nation|
|The Abuse of Power|
|The Black Sash National Conference presidential Address held at Cape Town, 1979||
Opening Address by National President Joyce Harris at National Conference held at Cape Town on 12 March 1979, discussing: Apartheid, Pass Laws, Migrant Labour System, housing, forced removals, hostels, homelands.
|The Black Sash National Conference presidential Address held at Cape Town, 1991||
Opening Address by National President Mary Burton at the Black Sash National Conference held at Cape Town on 1 March 1991, discussing: Reconstruction, dismantling Apartheid, violence, making of a constitution, Bill of Rights, access to land.
|The Black Sash National Conference presidential Address held at Durban, 1978||
Opening Address by National President Sheena Duncan at the Black Sash National Conference held at Durban on 13 Mar 1978, discussing: Apartheid, Pass offenders, prisons, housing, unemployment, forced removals, independence of Bophuthatswana, Steve Biko, detention without trial.
|The Chairman and Comrades ANC SA Consultative Conference ...||
Address by leader of the South African Congress of Trade Unions to the African National Congress Conference in Morogoro, Tanzania. Speaks about the virtual collapse of the trade union movement.
|The Chief M.G. Buthelezi tabulates problems in the factories||
Some pages of this article may be illegible due to the quality of the original.
|The Cost of Apartheid|
|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.
|The current situation and the role of the Party||
Address (by Jack Simons?) to the Interim Leadership Group of the South African Communist Party. Puts forward tasks facing the Party.