|Points of agreement reached during the trilateral meeting on the establishment of the Joint Monitoring Commission: Mulungushi, Lusaka, 16 February 1984|
|Personal notes of the conversations with his Excellency President Jose Eduardo Dos Santos on 23 September 1988 to be conveyed directly to His Excellency President Pieter W Botha||
A translation of the personal notes of President Dos Santos answering questions presented by President P W Botha regarding the withdrawal of Cuban and South African troops from Angola and instituting peace and stability in the region
|Notes on meeting between Director-General and President Savimbi on 26 October 1988||
Meeting between the Director-General of Namibia and President Savimbi on the progress of the Namibian negotiations and the political situation in Angola
|Nature and extent of the SADF's involvement in the Angolan conflict||
Press release issued by Defence Headquarters in Pretoria regarding South Africa's involvement in Angola. Included is a statement issued by the Chairman of the Apartheid Committee on 24 February 1977 in response to the press release.
|Minutes of a meeting between President Kenneth Kaunda and South African Representatives: Lusaka, 25 June 1984||
Meeting between President Kaunda of Zambia and representatives from South Africa to discuss further peace initiatives in southern Africa, following the Lusaka Declaration. The future of the Joint Monitoring Commission was discussed.
|Minutes of a meeting between Dr Chester Crocker and Dr Savimbi in Cape Town on 11 February 1985||
Minutes of a meeting between Dr Chester Crocker and Dr Savimbi, in which the SADF were observers, to discuss issues relating to the withdrawal of Cuban troops from Angola, Soviet relations and the relationship between the MPLA, UNITA and the United States
|Message to Angolan Government from the South African Government, 3 April 1981||
Message from the South African Government to the Angolan Government, informing them of information indicating an increase of military activity by SWAPO in southern Angola and stating that the SA Government reserves the right to take appropriate action against SWAPO.
|Message of the Honourable R F Botha, Minister of Foreign Affairs, to the Governments of the United States, Angola and Zambia: 6 March 1984||
Message from Pik Botha, Minister of Foreign Affairs to the Governments of the United States, Angola and Zambia Iinforming them that due to the infilitration of a large number of SWAPO terrorists into Namibia, the South African forces will be remain in southern Angola until the Angolan authorities
|Message from the Permanent Representative, New York, to D W Auret, Cape Town||
Following on from Cuban protest about the announcement by the Namibian Administrator-General that SWAPO guerillas returning to Angola would be interrogated, Mr van Heerden sent a mesaage to Mr Aldana that there would be no interrogations and SWAPO would have freedom of passage for an extended per
|Message from Mr Carlos Aldana to Mr van Heerden||
Correspondence from Mr Aldana to Mr Neil van Heerden regarding the reported insurgence of SWAPO troops into Angola. Included is a letter from Mr Robin Renwick, British Embassy, Cape Town to Mr van Heerden
|Meetings between Dr Kenneth Kaunda, President of Zambia, and Ministers R F Botha, Genl M A de M Malan and the Administrator General Dr W A van Niekerk||
Minutes of Meetings between the Zambian Government and the South African Government
|Meeting with Dr Jonas Savimbi: Pretoria, 12 April 1984||
Meeting between Dr Johas Savimbi and representatives from the Department of Foreign Affairs to discuss general developments concerning Angola. The issue of the release of British and Czech prisoners was discussed.
|Meeting of the Joint Monitoring Commission (JMC): Mupa, 28 March 1984||
Meeting of the Joint Monitoring Commission (JMC) to discuss the mandate of the JMC in terms of the Lusaka Agreement and the manner in which the Agreement was being carried out.
|Meeting held at Jan Smuts Airport on Friday 25 May 1984||
Minutes of a meeting between Pik Botha and Chester Crocker to discuss political strategies for southern Africa
|Meeting between the South African Government and the Western Contact Group in Cape Town on 28 October 1981||
Report from a meeting held between a South African delegation led by R F Botha and representatives from the USA, UK, Canada, West Germany and France to discuss the process for a negotiated settlement in Namibia
|Meeting between the Honourable R F Botha, Minister of Foreign Affairs, and Ambassador H Nickel of the United States: Cape Town, 20 March 1984||
Minutes of a meeting between South African Foreign Affairs Minister, Pik Botha and the United States Ambassador, Mr H Nickel, to discuss the conditions surrounding the wirhdrawal of troops from Angola.
|Meeting between the Honourable R F Botha, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of South Africa and Mr Silvino da Luz, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cape Verde: Pretoria, 16 August 1984||
Report from a meeting held between the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cape Verde and the South African Minister of Foreign Affairs to discuss the role of the Cape Verde Government in promoting a peaceful settlement in southern Africa
|Meeting between the Honorable R F Botha, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Ambassador H Nickel of the United States: Cape Town, 12 March 1984||
Minutes of a meeting between the South African Foreign Affairs Minister, Pik Botha and the American Ambassador, Mr H Nickel, about a statement made by the South African Government with regard to the southern African conflict
|Meeting between South Africa and UNITA: Rocky Point, 10 March 1984||
Minutes of a meeting with representatives from South Africa and UNITA to discuss the military and political situation in Angola
|Meeting between Minister R F Botha, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Ambassador H Nickel of the United States: Cape Town, 21 March 1984||
Meeting, following on from the meeting of the previous day, 20 March 1984, between South Africa and the United States to discuss the joint statement issued in Havanna, Cuba, by Fidel Castro, President of Cuba, and Jose Eduardo Dos Santos, President of Angola, on 19 March 1984.