UNITED DEMOCRATIC FRONT
|Taking the struggle into the ruling bloc|
|We want job security, says Motlatsi|
|COSATU/UDF meet Inkatha to stop violence|
|Townships do not vote in gunpoint elections|
|Notes on meeting between PMC and UDF/COSATU Delegation||
Notes on a meeting between the African National Congress, the United Democratic Front and the Congress of South African Trade Unions, mainly about Inkatha.
|Joint Meeting of NWC/PMC, 9 September 1988||
Minutes of a joint meeting of the African National Congress National Working Committee and the Political Military Committee. Discussed an ANC/UDF meeting.
|Memorandum from Popo Molefe to United Democratic Front's regions||
Memorandum from Popo Molefe to United Democratic Front's regions regarding the meeting of the National Executive Committee of the United Democratic Front which would take place on the 17th-18th of November 1990.
|Memorandum: National Working Committee meeting||
Memorandum by Comrade Popo Molefe addressing comrades regarding National Working Committee meeting which took place on the 22nd September 1990 in Johannesburg.
|Letter from Murphy Morobe||
Letter from Murphy Morobe regarding the re-messange to the Frecnch government
|Letter from the United Democratic Front to all regions||
Letter from the United Democratic Front to all regions informing them of the new date of the NEC meeting whic was postponed.
|Letter from Moosa to Valli||
Handwritten letter written by Moosa while he was in prison to Valli updating him and asking him to do some few things for him.
|Open letter to Perkine||
Open letter to Perkine regarding the fact that the struggle of the peoples of South Africa against apartheid and imperialism is essentially similar to the one eaged by the people of Angola against colonial and imperialist forces
|Isizwe the nation: Journal of the United Democratic Front Volume 1 Number 1, 1985||
Journal of the United Democratic Front discussing: tasks of the UDF in the state of emergency, convention alliance, on discipline, unemployment and UDF and the international struggle.
|UDF and the international struggle|
|3 years of united action|
|Interview with members of the Street Committees||
Interview with members of Street Committees. Soweto has 26 townships and 25 of them have established Street Committees and are all functioning well.The interview covers the street meetings, maintanance order and rent boycotts.