|A report on the National Executive Committee session held on the 15-24th July 1977||
A report on the National Executive Committee session held on the 15-24th July 1977 signed by Alfred Nzo. Discussed economic crisis, underground activities, the enemy counter-offensive and the international situation.
|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.
|Christians and the path of revolution.|
|Interview with Frank Chikane||
Oral interview with Rev Frank Chikane, This interview was conducted just after Rev. Chikane's appointment as General Secretary of the South African Council of Churches (SACC). Chikane, age 36, was underground at the time of the interview.
|Intensify the academic boycott||
Pamphlet produced by underground Umkhonto we Sizwe unit at the University of Cape Town.
|New Age Vol.8 No.24 Mar. 1962|
Mayibuye, published for many years as a small, underground newsletter, was one of three African National Congress publications alongside Sechaba and Dawn (Umkhonto we Sizwe). Circulation was limited and hampered by conditions of illegality.
|Letter from J K Nkadimeng to Afred Nzo||
Letter from J K Nkadimeng to Afred Nzo of November 3, 1982 and enclosing RC HQ Commission report of October 1982 at Lusaka. Note that the document is barely legible.
|UDF and the international struggle|
|MK soldiers` viewpoint: A trench for more victories|
|MK women`s forum: As a united force|
|The second stage: attempts to get back|
|The longest night|
|Organise and advance to people's power||
Internal ANC paper, declaring 1987 the year of Advance to People's Power, which involves mass action, underground political work, armed struggle and international isolation of the Apartheid regime.
|A message from Underground|
|African Communist, 1959 - 1994||
The SACP did not publicly announce its existence until the state of emergency was declared by the government after the police massacres of Sharpeville and Langa in 1960.
Amandla-Matla, a newsletter published and distributed underground by the African National Congress, supported and incited revolution against the South African Government.
|Organise, organise, organise ... (continued)|