|Verbatim Minutes: Meeting 27, 28 and 29 April 1977, Cape Town||
Minutes of a meeting between representatives of the South African Government and Ambassadors and other representatives from Canada, United States of America, France, United Kingdom and Germany to discuss a negotiated settlement to achieve Namibian independence
|A message from the Administrator-General of Namibia and the Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations to all SWAPO personnel||
Circular from the Administrator-General of Namibia to SWAPO soldiers to lay down their weapons and return to Angola giving them an undertaking of safety if they return to Namibia peacefully.
|Closing remarks by Deputy Secretary Eagleburger, Saturday 19 March 1983||
Closing remarks from a meeting between a South African delegation and a United States delegation, led by Deputy Secretary Eagleburger, emphasising the importance of talks between the two countries as the beginning of a process to support the peace process in southern Africa and their relationship
|Discussion between Minister Phiri of Zambia, and South African Representatives: Lusaka, Roan House, 25 June 1984||
Discussions between Minister Phiri of Zambia and South African Representatives in Zambia regarding the situation in southern Africa
|Discussion between Mr R F Botha, Minister of Foreign Affairs, and Dr Belli-Bello: Cape Town, 15 May 1986||
Meeting to discuss the relationship of South Africa with Angola, the importance of developing mutual trust and the importance of peace in the region.
|Discussions at Ruacana on 8 June 1976||
A report from a meeting between representatives of the South African Government and the Angolan Government to discuss the military situation on the border of southern Angola, the return of prisoners and hydrological issues on the Cunene River and dams in the area
|Discussions between Mr Silvino Da Luz, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cape Verde, and Representatives of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Information: Sal Island, 11 September 1983||
Report on discussions held between South African and the Republic of Cape Verde with regard to negotiations between Angola and South Africa.
|Discussions between the Honourable Prime Minister and the Secretary General of the United Nations during a working lunch at the Castle on 23 August 1983||
Report of discussions between the South African Prime Minister and the United Nations Secretary General about the independence of Namibia and the role of the United Nations
|Discussions in Brazzaville: 6-9 September 1988||
Foreign Affairs internal telex communication from A Jaquet reporting concern about the international media reports of a Cuban troop and equipment build-up in Angola; national conciliation requirements as a key issue to peace in Angola and the implementation date for the withdrawal of Cuban troops
|Discussions with Silvino Da Luz, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cape Verde: Praia, 25 March 1984||
Report by Mr D W Steward of the Department of Foreign Affairs, regarding discussions with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cape Verde, following on from the joint statement issued in Havanna, Cuba, by Fidel Castro, President of Cuba, and Jose Eduardo Dos Santos, President of Ang
|First meeting of the South African/Angolan Joint Monitoring Commission: Lusaka, 16 February 1984||
Minutes of a meeting of the Joint Monitoring Commission to discuss the processes required for monitoring the withdrawal of troops from Angola
|Free translation of the text of the Joint Declaration issued by Fidel Castro, President of Cuba, and Jose Eduardo Dos Santos, President of Angola, on the occasion of the latter's visit to Cuba on 19 March 1984||
Statement issued by Fidel Castro, President of Cuba, following the President of Angola's visit to Cuba, regarding the peace efforts in southern Africa.
|Intelligence Report about SWAPO in Ovamboland|
|Letter from Alexander M Haig Jr to the Honourable R F Botha, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Information, South Africa||
Letter from US Secretary of State, Alexander Haig, to Pik Botha, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Information, regarding a schedule for the withdrawal of Cuban troops coordinated with transnational security arrangements in Namibia.
|Letter from Chester A Crocker to Mr Minister||
Letter from Chester Crocker questioning the announcement by the Administrator-General in Namibia that SWAPO gueriillas returning to Angola will be thoroughly interrogated about their activities and knowledge of possible arms caches.
|Letter from Chester A Crocker to the Honourable R F Botha||
Letter from Chester Crocker to the South African Minister of Foreign Affairs, Pik Botha, on the continuing negotiations for the withdrawal of Cuban troops from Angola
|Letter from P W Botha, State President of the Republic of South Africa to His Excellency Dr K D Kaunda, President of the Republic of Zambia||
Letter from the State President of South African to the President of Zambia, requesting that he assist in the transition process by pressurising SWAPO to withdraw all armed forces from Namibia
|Letter from P W Botha, State President of the Republic of South Africa, to His Excellency Mr Kenneth D Kaunda, President of the Republic of Zambia||
Letter from the President of South Africa to the President of Zambia informing him of the insurgence of troops from Angola into Namibia and the impact this will have on the peace process. Includes a letter from R F Botha to the Secretary-General of the United Nations.
|Letter from President P W Botha to Joaquim Alberto Chissano, President of the Peoples Republic of Mocambique||
Letter from President Botha to President Chissano regarding the peace and stability in southern Africa, reports of planned attacks by Angola on Mavinga and Jamba and the ANC camps in Angola
|Letter from R F Botha to The Honourable Alexander H Haig Jr, Secretary of State, United States of America||
Letter from Pik Botha, Minister of Foreign Affairs, to Alexander M Haig, US Secretary of State, regarding Cuban withdrawal of troops from Angola.