STATEMENTS

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What are the United Democratic Front would like to see in 1988

Statement made by the United Democratic Front regarding their plans for 1988 to set firmly down the road for negotiation and peace.

A bill

A bill to amend the comprehensive Anti-Apartheid Act of 1986 to prohibit United States depository institutions from providing certain financial services to South African depository institutions and government of South Africa, and other purposes as it be enacted by the Senate and House of Represen

Call for peace

Statement calling for peace as the past years was characterised by the most brutal violence unleashed agaisnt people as all peace-loving South Africans are still deeply touched by the carnage that gripped the country.

Chamber of mines must negotiate

Press statement from Albetina Sisulu about the negotiations that chamber of mines must take.

Declaration of Unity and the Ten Point Programme

Statement approved by the Continuation Committee of the Preliminary Unity Conference of Delegates from the AAC and the National Anti-C.A.D., December 17, 1943. This document highlights and describes the Ten Point Programme of the Unity Movement.

Documents
Five years of the United Democratic Front

Public statement for the United Democratic Front from 20 August 1983 to 20 August 1988 regarding its achievements over the five years.

Legalized Lawlessness : The public safety amendment bill

Statement regarding the abolition of pass laws in attempt to find a peaceful solution to the country's problems.

Message to the people in Bophuthatswana and other Bantustans from the United Democratic Front

Press statement calling on all the people who are trapped inside bantustans to unite and participate actively to end the circus shows staged by the bantustan chiefs and their armed gangs.

National Executive Committee statement for United Democratic Front news

Statement from the National Executive Committee appreciating the achievements by the United Democratic Front since the launch, and thanking people for their response in boycotting the elections. First draft also included.

National press statement

National press statement by Murphy Morobe of the United Democratic Front where they condemn the latest incursion by the SADF into Botswana.

National statement on NZRFU decision to tour South Africa

National statement on NZRFU decision to tour South Africa

Police put a clamp ban on statements by United Democratic Front and other bodies

Pamphlet about police put a clamp ban on statement by United Democratic Front and other bodies as the government has barred the Sowetan and weekly mail from publishing any statement issued by the United Democratic Front and 12 other organisations promoting four major campaigns organised by the Un

Press statement

Press statement where Valli Moosa welcomed the return of Rev Frank Chikane and how he has been a subject of detention without trial and assassination.

Press statement

Press statement released after the National Executive Committee of the United Democratic Front held its first meeting for the year on 13/14 January.

Press statement

Statement written by Nelson Mandela and requested Murphy Morobe on behalf of the National Reception Committee to release it to the media.

Press Statement of the United Democratic Front

Press statement from Popo Molefe as the United Democratic front will hold a National General Council (NGC) from the 1st to 3rd of March 1991.

Press statement on Bisca Marshall plan

Press statement regarding response on Bisca Marshall Plan as they do not believe that the plan is motivated by a genuine concern for the plight of black people in South Africa.

Press statement on stop hanging of Meilies and Jantjies.

Press statement regarding the hanging of Meilies and Jantjies as United Democratic Front calls on all peace-loving South Africans and the international community to demand government to stop hangings of Wellington Mielies and Moses Jantjies.

Press statement on the release of the Sharpeville Six

Press statement regarding the release of the Sharpeville Six as they calls on State President to exercise his presidential pregotative to save the lives of the Sharpeville Six who are now facing the death sentence appeal.

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