UMKHONTO WE SIZWE
|Church Street, Pretoria bombing||
The Church Street bombing was a car bomb attack on 20 May 1983 in the South African capital Pretoria by uMkhonto we Sizwe (MK), the paramilitary wing of ...
|Drycleaner named as founders of saboteurs|
|Address by Umkhonto We Sizwe Army Commander, Comrade Joe Modise at MK Military Seminar||
Speech by Joe Modise at an Umkhonto we Sizwe Military Seminar, Lusaka, Zambia, 25-26 April 1990. Examines the history of the MK and looks at strategies for expansion.
|Documents of the exile|
|A Literature of wolves|
|The Killing fields of Southern Africa|
|The ANC Conference: from Kabwe to Johannesburg|
|A can of worms in Lusaka: the imprisonment of Hubert Sipho Mbeje|
|ANC National Conference, July 1991, Durban: Adopted resolution MK||
Resolution regarding the Umkhonto we Sizwe at the African National Congress Conference in Durban, July 2-6, 1991. Resolves that it will remain in active struggle until the adoption of a democratic constitution.
|Report on recruitment||
Incomplete report from a Cape Town underground unit of the African National Congress on recruitment. Includes paragraph on work among women and American aid in Africa.
|Statement of the National Executive Committee of the African National Congress||
Statement by the National Executive Committee of the ANC on the situation in South Africa and the conduct of armed struggle in South Africa in the past six months. Concern expressed over the spate of attacks on civilians.
|Statement of the National Executive Committee of the ANC on some questions of the unity of the patriotic forces of South Africa||
ANC National Executive Committee statement on some questions of the unity of the patriotic forces of South Africa. Published with false cover (Pen Pals Wanted).
|Statement on the expulsion from the ANC of South Africa||
Statement on the expulsion from the ANC (SA) of T Bonga, A M Makiwane, G M Mbele, A K Mqota, P Ngakane, T X Makiwane, O K Setlhapelo. Includes list of resolutions.
|The testimony of Marion Sparg|
|The making of a saint||
An obituary for Reverend Mandla Msibi who was popularly known as Blackman
|Heroes Day December 16, 1979||
African National Congress Umkhonto We Sizwe flyer in observance of Heroes Day.
|We are at war!||
Pamphlet issued by the African National Congress in order to rally support for armed struggle
|Intensify the academic boycott||
Pamphlet produced by underground Umkhonto we Sizwe unit at the University of Cape Town.
|Limillione tsa batho li ne le le mahlomoleng ka baka la ho bolauoa ha mohale oa bona- batho bangata ha ba ea mesebetsing(article written in Sotho language)|