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African National Congress Conference Rally Kings Park 7 July 1991

A rally held by the ANC following one of the greatest political conferences held in South Africa. It was attended by representatives from 50 countries. The ANC announced its Executive mebers at this rally.

MayDay 1989 Culture Week Clairwood Peformance Tape VIII

Cultural performances to commemorate MayDay.

May Day 1989 Culture Week Pinetown Performance Tape IX

AN EXHIBITION OF ARTWORKS. CULTURAL PERFORMANCE REGARDING WORKERS.

FEDSAW - Western Cape Cultural Festival 27 May 1989 (Tape I)

FEDSAW - Western Cape Womens' Festival was held to organise women group to go hand in hand and fight side by side to make a better future in South Africa for themselves and their children. The various women groups performed talent items to entertain the others.

FEDSAW - Western Cape Cultural Festival 27 May 1989 (Tape II)

FEDSAW - Western Cape Womens' Festival was held to organise women group to go hand in hand and fight side by side to make a better future in South Africa for themselves and their children. The various women groups performed talent items to entertain the others.

COSATU Culture Congress NASREC July 1989

A culture congress to which all federations of COSATUwere invited to perform cultural items dedicated to the congress movement.

ANC leaders speak: release rally

A rally held by the African National Congress in October 1989 where various leaders such as Walter Sisulu, Cyril Ramaphosa and Murphy Morobe addressed the public as well as entertainment by various artists.

May Day 1990 Cultural Program 27 April - 1 May

Cultural performances and speeches to commemorate MayDay. The focus is Workers and Youth unity. Celebrations around MayDay.

Culture Course Drama Workshop May 1990

A drama workshop held at the University of Natal students were registered for a Cultural Diploma. The academic present was Professor Ari Sitas. The large group was didivided into smaller and each group was allocated a topic regarding culture and working life which they had to role-play.

Durban and Districts Council of Churches Cultural Festival 10 June 1990

a gathering of black Christian youth. Different choirs and other groups were invited to perform and show off their talent. The topic for the Festival - Faith without works is quite death. The various speakers were encouraging the youth to stand together and stand for what is right.

ANC National Conference Durban - 2 July 1991
May Day 1989 Culture Week Howard College Audience Tape VII

Cultural performances and speeches to commemorate MayDay. Focus on oral and written poetic traditions in Natal.

May Day 1989 Culture Week Howard College Audience Tape VI

Cultural performances in commemoration of MayDay held at Howard College. Focus on the audience.

May Day 1989 Culture Week Students Union Performance Tape V

Cultural performances to commemorate MayDay held at Students Union, University of Natal

May Day 1989 Culture Week Soccer Rally and Students Union Performance Tape III

cultural performaces and speeches to commemorate MayDay held at Students Union, University of Natal.

May Day 1989 Culture Week Soccer Rally Tape I

MayDay Soccer Rally held at Curries Fountain.

Workers' Library Launch 22 OCtober 1988 Tape II

Speeches and cultural performance to launch the Workers Library and to explain how the Workers library came about and to describe it aims. To encourage workers to get involved.

Workers' Library Launch 22 October 1988 Tape I

Speeches and cultural performance to launch the Workers Library and to explain how the Workers library came about and to describe it aims.

Durban Workers' Culture Day (Clairwood 1987) Tape II

A cultural day held for workers in Durban. The workers performed talent items to entertain the crowd.

May Day 1985 (Tape I)

Meeting with workers to explain history of MayDay and why workers celebrate. Cultural performances by worker groups.Role-plays reveal real problems facing workers in South Africa and associated struggle to attend MayDay celebrations.

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