UNIVERSITY OF FORT HARE

UNIVERSITY LIBRARY

ANC ARCHIVES

 

 

 

LUSAKA MISSION

RECORDS, 1923-1996

(bulk dates, 1975-1994 )

164 Boxes (42.64 linear meters)

 

 

 

ACQUISITION: ANC Archive Committee

ACCESS: The collection is open.

PHOTOGRAPHS: Photo album located in Box 26

AUDIO MATERIAL: See separate finding aid for audio-visual materials.

PRINTED MATERIAL: Posters are located at the end of the collection.

COPYRIGHT: ANC Archive Committee

PROCESSED BY: Arrangement and description done under the auspices of a joint project between the University of Fort Hare and the University of Michigan. Primary processors, Kristine Palmquist, Kathrine Montgomery and Brian Williams, June 1999.Reprocessing done by Mosoabuli Maamoe, February-May 2004.

 

 

Introduction

 

When the Nationalist Government banned the African National Congress (ANC) on 8 April 1960, the ANC began operating underground in South Africa and in exile. Outside the country the ANC started to establish itself as the official voice of South Africa’s voteless masses. By the 1970s recognition of the ANC’s legitimacy was growing, not only amongst the multiplicity of non-governmental anti-apartheid organizations, but also among foreign governments.

 

The first missions were opened in London, Accra, Cairo, and Dar-es-Salaam. By 1980, the ANC had offices and representatives in 34 countries. The external missions worked to win support for the overthrow of apartheid by promoting the cause of the ANC and urging international economic and academic and cultural, diplomatic pressure against the South African government. The missions also provided assistance to South African exiles. Following the banning of the organisation, Oliver Tambo, then acting President of the ANC left South Africa to head the ANC’s external operations.

 

On 2 February 1990 the bans on the ANC and other political organisations were lifted. A process of negotiations between the unbanned organisations and the South African government ensued. In 1992 the ANC instructed its missions to collate and box their records for shipment to South Africa. These records were to form the basis of the official archives of the ANC, from which a true history of the ANC’s role in the struggle against apartheid could be written.

 

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History

 

The main exodus of prominent ANC members from South Africa occurred after 1963 and the Rivonia Trial. President Nyerere immediately offered hospitality in Tanzania and the ANC ‘Provisional Headquarters’ were set up in Morogoro. Priorities of the ANC were to build Mkhonto weSizwe (MK), the armed wing of the ANC, and to consolidate the exile community into a viable and effective organisation, both in Africa and overseas. The landmark Morogoro Conference, held in 1969 was a shift in this direction with its decision to allow entry into the ANC of members of the other congresses, thus forming one organisation of activists.

 

By 1971 the National Executive Committee (NEC) were able to circularise “all our units” on 21 October and announce the appointment of personnel in the “External Mission” (Doc. 32, ANC Circulars). The Secretary-General, Alfred Nzo, and the Secretariat were based in Morogoro.

 

Thomas Nkobi was appointed Chief Representative to Lusaka, John Dube the Deputy, Hector Nkula the Publicity Officer and Gertrude Shope the Office Secretary. Appointments were made for officers in Dar es Salaam, Cairo, Algiers, London, India, New York and Nigeria (in 1972). Not all those appointed were able to take up their positions in the given time, and in some cases changes had to be made.

 

From the letters in the collection a dramatis personae emerges of the actors in the road to democracy, a few notables being Moses Kotane, J.B.Marks, Florence Mophosho, Kate Molale, Maggie Resha, Hilda Bernstein, Helen Joseph, Ruth First, TX (Tennyson) Makiwane, M.P. Naicker, Joe Slovo, Joe Matthews, Lilian Ngoyi, Joe Qabi and of course Nelson Mandela.

 

 

 

The 1970s were turbulent times for the liberation movement. An escalation of deaths in detention and repressive measures brought a counter reaction of protest. The Textile Union strikes in Natal in 1973 gave workers strength. The turning point was June 16, 1976 and the peaceful protest of the Soweto students who did not want to be taught in Afrikaans. The resulting indiscriminate shooting of children and mass arrests by the military police led to nation-wide protest. Young people fled across the borders into Botswana, Zambia and Tanzania.

 

Once again Nyerere offered the ANC sustenance by way of a disused sisal plantation on which to build a school, which grew into a settlement accommodating some 5000 people by the time it closed in 1992. This was the Solomon Mahlangu Freedom College (SOMAFCO), named after the student executed in April 1979 for a murder he did not do.

 

The influx of refugees crossing borders meant an increase in the work of the Morogoro mission. Many travelled to Tanzania to Somafco, while others joined MK and most regarded themselves as members of the ANC. Bona Fide ANC members were able to obtain residence permits or credentialss to travel to other countries for study or to join their families. The ‘Provisional Headquarters’ burst at the seams and by 1977 Zambia offered the ANC a building in Lusaka to set up their more permanent headquarters.

 

 

Biography – Mittah Seperepere

 

Born 28 December 1929 as Mittah Goeieman in Riverton on the Vaal River, Ms. Seperepere received a scholarship to study at Barkly Road High School in Kimberley. She moved to Majeng, where she organized for the ANC and against the pass laws. She was also responsible for securing a lawyer, Oliver Tambo, for women who were arrested for protesting the pass laws. After moving back to Kimberley, she became the secretary of the ANC Kimberley branch. She married Maruping Seperepere, whom she met in 1967.

 

She was arrested and detained for three months in 1960 during the State of Emergency. She worked underground for the ANC after its banning in 1960. She was arrested again in 1965 for not producing a pass. Shortly thereafter, she fled to Botswana, where she lived for 10 years. She and her husband were arrested for possession of arms, after which they moved to Tanzania. While there, she was elected to the position of chairperson of the ANC Women’s Section.

 

She founded the ANC Primary School in Mazimbu, which became part of the Solomon Mahlangu Freedom College (SOMAFCO), while serving as the Welfare Officer of the Regional Political Committee of the ANC in Tanzania.

 

She moved to Zambia after her husband’s death in 1981. She was a member of the National Women’s Executive Committee (NWEC) of the ANC and a representative of the ANC at the Women’s International Democratic Federation (WIDF), and representing WIDF at PAWO meetings. She also highlighted the plight of children and spoke to schoolchildren, traveled to conferences, conventions, and congresses to highlight the oppression in South Africa, and organized the 1984 “Year of the South African Woman” conference. She encouraged women’s organizations to affiliate with WIDF.

 

 

Around 1986 she was appointed Chief Representative of the ANC to Madagascar.

 

Her speeches and writings highlight women’s role in the struggle against apartheid and detail women’s place in the South African society under this regime. Many of her speeches also include a history of the women’s movements in South Africa.

 

 

Scope and Content Note

 

The ANC Lusaka Mission collection is comprised of 42.64 linear meters and eleven series: Department of Arts & CultureChief Representative OfficeDepartment of International AffairsDepartment of HealthMissionsNewspaper CuttingsOffice of the TreasurerMittah SeperepereSubject FilesWomen’s Section, and Posters. These series were kept from the original delineation of series upon the arrival of the records at the ANC Archive.

 

The Department of Arts & Culture (DAC) series (1.82 linear meters) spans the years 1978-1991. It consists primarily of correspondence between DAC and other ANC departments, publishing groups, and international cultural organisations and artists in DAC’s efforts to: find appropriate venues for the works for South African writers, artists, poets and performers; plan international tours for Amandla (the ANC’s cultural performance group); promote cultural exchanges; and support cultural boycotts of international performers within South Africa as a way of protesting Apartheid.

 

The Chief Representative Office series (.78 linear meters) spans the years 1976-1993. This office was the highest representative of the ANC in the Lusaka region, and its duty was to attend to all diplomatic, fraternal and regional issues there. The wide variety of records in this series reflects this duty in both form and content. They consist of correspondence, press statements, communiques, papers, and reports, primarily within the ANC, regarding the Pan-Africanist Congress, Angola, meetings of the Frontline States, repatriation of exiled comrades and students, meetings, conferences, and other concerns and actions of the ANC.

 

The Department of International Affairs series (5.20 linear meters) spans the years 1923-1994 and also reflects the wide scope of the office itself. Many of the records are reports, minutes and communiques within the ANC, and from organisations in cooperation with or in support of the ANC. This series, in particular, helps to illustrate the high degree of organisation within the ANC, with records related to numerous departments, missions and sections of the ANC, and the international support received by the ANC from various countries and organisations.

 

The ANC’s Department of Health series (.26 linear meters)coordinated with governments of host countries and with international organisations to provide health centres for both ANC communities and local communities in areas where external missions were run. Additionally, the Department of Health operated to increase awareness and education of medical issues and treatment to southern Africans, including understanding and prevention of malaria and AIDS. This series is comprised of .2 linear meters and spans the years 1971-1991. The records themselves include documentation of the department’s cooperation with international health organisations, medical publications, and policies and statements issued by the department.

 

The records of the Missions series (1.4 linear meters) document the interaction between the Lusaka Office and other external ANC missions around the world. These records consist primarily of business correspondence, including recommendations of marriage for ANC members, membership requests, requests for passports and financial aid for travel expenses (often for families to attend funerals of ANC cadres), business updates, and occasionally requests for transfer to other offices. These records help illustrate the amount of support cadres and their families received from the organisation when needed.

 

The Newspaper Cuttings series (13.78 linear meters) is made up of topical files, arranged alphabetically, and spanning the years 1964 to 1996. The cuttings come from newspapers and news agencies both in South Africa and abroad, and address a wide range of topics related to current events, prominent political figures, and socio-political issues critical to the anti-Apartheid movement.

 

The Mittah Seperepere series (1.30 linear meters) covers the years 1955-1990, during which time she served in several capacities in the ANC, including as a member of the National Women’s Executive Committee (NWEC) and as representative of the ANC at the Women’s International Democratic Federation (WIDF). The documents in this series focus on the role of women and children in the struggle against apartheid and consist of reports, conference proceedings and papers, meeting minutes, publications, speeches, essays, and topical files on other organisations. Also included in the series are a biography of and an interview with Mittah Seperepere.

 

The Office of the Treasurer series (1.82 linear meters) includes records from 1979 to 1984. This series documents financial involvements of the Lusaka mission, as related to both the various departments and sections of the ANC and organisations outside the ANC. The records consist of financial reports, fundraising correspondence, expressions of gratitude to individuals, organisations and foreign governments for support of the ANC, and various correspondence and minutes related to financial matters of ANC projects and locations.

 

The Subject Files series (14.82 linear meters) also consists of topical files ranging from 1963-1992. The records related to an incredibly wide range of topics, include correspondence and reports among the various departments within the ANC, organisations in support of the ANC, conferences, members and activists, speeches, and official statements. Of particular note are the numerous files relating to the deaths of ANC members, officers and activists, as well as the included messages of condolence, reflecting both the great loss suffered by their deaths and the reaffirmation of various organisations and individuals to fight the racist South African regime.

 

The Women’s Section series (2.8 linear meters) spans the years 1970 to 1991. The series highlights the activities and concerns of the Women’s Section, including the importance of women and children in the liberation movement, equal opportunity for women in the workplace, the importance of rearing children, and the rights of children. The collection includes correspondence, essays, meeting minutes and reports, conference proceedings and papers, speeches, interviews, publications, posters, articles, and topical files.

 

The Posters series at the end of the collection consists of four posters related to various aspects of the ANC and Apartheid South Africa. Of particular note is the Land Rover advertisement poster, and its depiction of black suppression by South African police forces as aided by Land Rover vehicles.

 

Box 1

Department of Arts & Culture

1. Africa Fund Study Guide – Frontline Southern Africa, 1987

2. African Ministers of Culture, 1990 (Telex)

3. ANC Anniversary Message, 1986 (O.R Tambo)

4. ANC Department of Information & Publicity, 1990 (Z.P Jordan)

5. ANC Donor Conference, 1990

6. ANC Political School, 1988

7. ANC Internal Circulars Briefing, 1988-1990

8. ANC Leaders Visit Zambia, 1990

9. ANC National Conference, 1990

10. ANC Professional Body Reports, 1988, 1990

11. ANC Report on Current Situation and the Way Forward, 1989

12. ANC Secretary General Statement, 1990

13. ANC Seventy-fifth Anniversary Poetry Dedication and Graphic Project, 1986-1987

14. ANC Social Service Seminar, 1988

15. ANC Statements, 1989

16. ANC Women’s League, 1988-1990

17. ANC Youth, 1984-1986

 

 

Box 2

18. Afro-Asian Writers Association, 1987-1988

19. African Literature Association, 1989

20. African Prize for Leadership, 1993

21. Amandla Group, 1984-1990 (2 folders)

22. Arekopaneng Steering Committee Reports, 1989

23. Artwork, n.d.

24. Biography –Johnny “Mbizo” Dyani, n.d.

25. Book Review – Music in the Mix by Muff Andersson, 1981

26. Botswana Groups, 1978-1990 (Culture &resistance)

27. Budgets and Financial Reports, 1988-1989

28. Bulgarian Training and Assistance, 1986-1988

29. Congress of South African Writers, 1989-1990

 

 

Box 3

30. Constitutional Guidelines for a Democratic South Africa, n.d.

31. Copyright, 1986

32. Correspondence, 1980-1990 (2 folders)

33. Cultural Boycott and International Solidarity, 1980-1990

34. Cultural Exchange, c.1990

35. Cultural Workshops/Seminars, 1988-1989

36. Culture: papers, Class & culture

37. Culture in Another South Africa, 1987-1989

38. CUSO Project, 1986-1990

 

 

Box 4

39. Dakawa Graphic Workshop, 1986-1990

40. Dakawa/Mazimbu Correspondence/Reports, 1987-1990

41. Dakawa Textile Printing Workshop, 1986-1990

42. Department of Arts & Culture Bulletin & News, 1987-1990

43. Dutch Solidarity Groups, 1986-1988

44. Education Report, n.d.

45. Essential Drug Seminar, 1989

46. Europe – Training and Assistance, 1982-1990

 

 

Box 4

Department of Arts & Culture (cont.)

47. Film Festivals, 1989-1990

48. Film Project, 1990

49. Film, Video, Music and Theatre, 1986-1990

50. Filming Groups, Films and Scripts, 1989

 

 

Box 5

51. Finland – Solidarity and Support, 1988-1989

52. German Democratic Republic: Solidarity and Assistance, 1988-1989

53. Ghana Support and Solidarity, 1988

54. Groote Schuur Minutes, 1990

55. History Projects, 1988-1989

56. Information and Technology Projects, 1988-1990

57. Internal Organisation Relations with ANC Headquarters, 1988-1990

58. Language, 1989

59. Memo: culture & struggle, 1989-1990

60. Meetings & consultation

61. Minutes of Staff Meeting, 1989

62. Mozambique Relations, 1983-1989

63. National Cultural Desk, 1990

 

 

Box 6

64. Newsclippings, 1988

65. Norway Funding and Training, 1988-1989

66. Plas-construction

67. Plays, Concerts and Festivals, 1987-1990 (2 folders)

68. Poetry, Songs, etc., n.d.

69. Projects, 1989

70. Proposal-SA Cultural Centre

 

 

Box 7

 

71. Report: Cultural Centre, 1984-1990

72. Reports and Speeches, 1983-1989

73. Rixaka Correspondences and Memo, 1984-1986

74. September, Dulcie – Condolence Messages, 1988

75. Solomon Mahlangu Freedom College (SOMAFCO), 1988-1989

76. Sports, 1983-1990

77. Staff Meeting Minute and Agenda, 1984-1990

78. Swedish International Defence Agency (SIDA) Projects and Training, 1987-1990

79. Textile Printing and Weaving Workshop Projects, 1986-1990

80. Thami Mnyele Quartet, n.d.

81. Video Unit, 1990

82. World Intellectual Property Organisation – Copyright, 1980-1987

83. Zambian Relations, 1988-1990

 

 

Box 8

Chief Representative Office

1. Africa Liberation Centre, 1989-1991

2. ANC Chief Representative, 1988-1991

3. ANC In-house Seminar of ANC Economists Organised by the Department of Economics and Planning, 1989

4. ANC Internal Circulars and Notices, 1987-1991

5. ANC International Affairs Department, 1990-1991

6. ANC International Donors Conference, 1991

7. ANC Land Issue Discussion Document, 1991

8. ANC National Executive Committee (NEC) and National Working Committee (NWC), 1991

9. ANC National and Regional Preparatory Committee, 1990-1991

10. ANC and Pan-Africanist Congress (PAC) Joint Communique, 1991

11. ANC Regional Political Committee – Zambia, 1990

12. ANC Statements and Press Releases, 1989-1991

13. ANC Women’s Section, 1978-1990

14. ANC Youth, 1989-1991

 

 

Box 9

15. Angola, 1988

16. Arts, Culture and Filming, 1990-1991

17. Biography – Matlou, Johnny, n.d.

18. Charlotte Maxeke Residential Creche Establishment Report, 1979

19. Coordinating Committee for Liberation in Africa, 1984

20. Constitutional Issues, 1989

21. Correspondence\condolences: UNIP-Gibson Chigaga

22. Directory of ANC Missions and Offices, 1990

23. Economic Policy Research and Training Institute (EPRIT), 1991

24. Education and Student Affairs, 1989-1991

25. Frontline States, 1976-1991

26. Groote Schuur Minutes, 1990

27. Health Department: Conference, Maputo, 1990

28. High Commission and Embassy in Zambia, 1990-1991

29. Holomisa, Major-General B.H. – Address at End of Year Party, 1990

30. Inkatha: Declaration c.1990

31. International Solidarity and Support, 1991

32. Letters from Parents of Children in Exile, 1990

33. Negotiations and Constitutional Issues, 1989-1991

34. Organisation of African Unity (OAU), 1983-1991

 

 

Box 10

35. Political Education Workshop, 1988

36. Political Prisoners/Detainees, 1983-1990

37. Preferential Trade Area for Eastern and Southern Africa (PTA), 1984-1989

38. Press Cuttings, 1986-1988

39. Repatriation, 1989-1991

40. Reports: Regional National Conferences n.d.

41. Second Patriotic Front Conference, 1993

42. Signature Campaign for Constituent Assembly and Interim Government, 1991

43. Sisulu, Walter and Zambian Government Meeting, 1991

44. South Africa Delegation Visit to ANC Headquarters, 1988-1991

45. South West African People’s Organisation (SWAPO)/Namibia, 1983-1989

46. Southern Africa Labour Commission, 1990

47. Speeches by Released Leaders, 1989-1990

48. Umkhonto we Sizwe (MK) Seminar, 1990

49. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) Press Statements and Releases on Southern Africa, 1989

50. United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Conference, 1989

51. Women’s Consultative Meeting, 1983

 

 

Box 11

Department of International Affairs (DIA)

1. Administration, n.d.

2. Addresses on Conferment of Doctoral Degrees: M.J Nyerere, N. Mandela; University of Zimbabwe 1986

3. Africa Confidential, 1988-1992

4. Africa Group/Organisation of African Unity (OAU), 1991-1994

5. African Diplomatic Mission Correspondence, 1992-1994

Afro-Asian Solidarity Organisations, 1971-1973

6. Amnesty International Statement, 1992

7. ANC Anniversary Statement, 1988-1993

8. ANC Arusha Conference, 1987

9. ANC Balance Sheet as of December 31, 1981

10. ANC Bill of Rights – 1923-1993, 1993

11. ANC Briefings: Morogoro Provisional Headquarters, 1970-1973

12. ANC Commisar Camp Report, 1971

13. ANC Commission on Professional Bodies, 1988-1989

14. ANC Communique of Second Consultative Conference – Tambo, O.R., 1985

15. ANC Condolence Message on the Death of Cabral, Amilcar, 1973

 

 

Box 12

16. ANC Constitutional matters, 1987-1990

17. ANC Coordinating Council Minutes and Circulars 1987-1988

18. ANC Correspondence to Anti-Apartheid and Support Groups, 1973-1992

19. ANC Cultural Workers Meeting Minutes, 1989

20. ANC Delegation to Zambian government, 1991

21. ANC Department of Arts & Culture, 1987-1989

22. ANC Department of Economics and Planning, 1987-1989

23. ANC Department of Education, 1987,1992

24. ANC Department of Information and Publicity (DIP) National Seminar, 1991

25. ANC Department of International Affairs, 1991-1994

26. ANC Department of Legal and Constitutional Affairs, 1987- 1988

27. ANC Department of Manpower Development, N.d.-1989

28. ANC Department of Political Education, 1987-1988

29. ANC Election Campaign, 1993-1994

30. ANC Elects National Executive Committee (NEC), 1991

31. ANC Foreign Mission Reports, 1972

32. ANC Foreign Policy in a New Democratic South Africa – Discussion Paper, 1993

 

 

Box 13

33. ANC-Frelimo (Mozambique Liberation Front) Relations, 1972-1973

34. ANC Fundraising Campaigns, 1992-1994

35. ANC-German Democratic Republic (GDR) Correspondence, 1970-1972

36. ANC Guidelines to Building of Underground, n.d.

37. ANC Headquarters Circulars to Foreign Missions, 1971-1972

38. ANC Headquarters and Egypt Mission Correspondence, 1970-1972

39. ANC Headquarters and Foreign Missions Correspondences and Reports, 1971-1973

40. ANC Headquarters and United Kingdom Mission Correspondence, 1971-1973

41. ANC Headquarters and United States Correspondences and Reports, 1970-1973

42. ANC Inkatha Joint Statement, 1990

43. ANC Internal Correspondence/Reports, 1969-1973

44. ANC June 26 Statement & Speech, 1972

45. ANC Language Workshop, 1990

46. ANC Logistics Department, 1971-1973

 

 

Box 14

47. ANC Makeni farm

48. ANC Meeting with United Nations High Commissione for Refugees (UNHCR) Minutes, 1987

49. ANC Memo on Status of Freedom Fighters Captured, 1972

50. ANC Message to People of South Africa, 1973

51. ANC National Commissariat Structure, n.d.

52. ANC National Conference Invitations, 1991

53. ANC National Consultative Conference, 1985

54. ANC National Education Council Conferences, 1983-1986

55. ANC National Executive Committee (NEC) documents, 1971-1973,1987-1993

56. ANC National Working Committee (NWC) Minutes and Notices, 1988,1992

57. ANC Negotiations Bulletin, 1991-1992

58. ANC Office Administration and Management, n.d.

59. ANC Outgoing Faxes, 1991-1992

 

 

Box 15

60. ANC Papers, 1968-1973

61. ANC Petition on – United Nations Committee on Decolonisation, 1969

62. ANC Policy Documents, 1991-1992

63. ANC Political Education Discussion Papers, 1991-1992

64. ANC Press Release Statements, 1972-1993 (2 folders)

65. ANC Programme of Action, 1992

66. ANC Project Proposals, 1971-1973

67. ANC Public Relations, 1970-1973

68. ANC Publicity and Information Department – Sechaba Correspondence and Reports, 1971-1973

 

 

Box 16

69. ANC on Question of Unity with Pan-Africanist Congress (PAC), 1978

70. ANC and RCC Delegation Minutes, 1986

71. ANC Relations with South African Non-Government Organisations (NGOs), 1988-1992

72. ANC Report of Commission of National Structures,1985

73. ANC Report of Visits to New Zealand and Australia, 1972

74. ANC Report: Trip to Brazil, 1985

75. ANC Report on Violence, 1990

76. ANC Report to Africa Group on deKlerk’s Zambia Visit, 1993

77. ANC Report to Organisation for African Unity (OAU), 1969-1972

78. ANC Reports, 1969-1993

79. ANC Representatives message

80. ANC Research Department Information Update, 1993

81. ANC Research Group Correspondence, 1972-1973

82. ANC Resource Material on Negotiation, 1990

83. ANC Response to Motsuenyane Commission’s Report, 1993

84. ANC Response to deKlerk’s July 2, 1992 Memorandum, 1992

 

 

Box 17

85. ANC Second Consultative Conference Paper, 1985

86. ANC Secretary General’s Office, 1989-1991

87. ANC Sixtieth Anniversary Speech to Umkhonto We Sizwe (MK), 1972

88. ANC-South African Government Draft Report on Repatriation, 1990

89. ANC Speeches, 1972

90. ANC Statement: A call to the nation, 1985

91. ANC Statement: Accounts, 1987

92. ANC Statement: Assassination of Amilcar Cabral, 1973

93. ANC Statement: Convocation of National Convention, 1971

94. ANC Statement: De Klerk Second February decision, 1990

95. ANC Statement: Imprisonment of Beytagh, 1971

96. ANC Statement: Report by ANC detainees, 1992

97. ANC Statement: 78th Anniversary of ANC, 1990

98. ANC Statement: Sharpville Massacre

99. ANC Statement: Situation in SA, 1971,1973, 1989-1992

100. ANC Statement: Violence of apartheid, 1971

101. ANC Statement: UN, NGOs, OAU, 1970-1971

102. ANC Strategising Meeting Decisions, 1990

103. ANC Structures, 1990

104. ANC Student Commission of Inquiry, 1991

105. ANC Submission to United Nations Commission on Human Rights, 1972

 

 

Box 18

106. ANC Treasurer General, 1971, 1981-1988

107. ANC United Kingdom UK) Mission, 1971- 1973

108. ANC Vocational Training Project, 1972-1973

109. ANC Women’s League, 1973, 1981, 1991-1992

110. ANC Youth & Students Summer School, GDR, 1971

111. ANC Youth Conference, 1982

112. ANC Youth, 1991-1992

113. ANC Youth Report on Congress of South African Students (COSAS), 1985

114. ANC Zambia Regional Office Meeting Minutes, 1973

115. ANC Zimbabwean African People’s Union (ZAPU) Communique, 1970

116. Afro-Asian Solidarity Organisations, 1971-1973

117. Angola, 1992-1993

118. Apartheid and United Nations (UN) Collective Measures Analysis, 1965

119. Article on South African Development Cooperation Conference (SADCC), 1991

120. Banking, 1989

 

 

Box 19

121. Bereaved Families Meet ANC Lusaka Mission, 1992

122. Bophuthatswana Coup Attempt – Newspaper Clippings, 1988-1990

123. Broad Guidelines on Organs of People’s Power, n.d.

124. Buwa Tour, c.1988

125. Commission for external organization, 1989

126. Commission on Crimes of Apartheid, 1988

127. Commission on Professional Bodies, 1988

128. Condolence Messages, 1988-1993

129. Constitutional Issues, 1993

130. Convention for a Democratic South Africa (CODESA), 1992

131. Correspondence, 1971-1994

132. Cunene Dam Scheme Report – World Council of Churches, 1972

133. Dakawa Development Centre, 1982-1987

134. Deaths in Detention, 1971-1972

135. Deaths – Hani, Chris and Tambo, Oliver,

 

 

Box 20

136. Decoding Apartheid Reform by Frene Cinwala, 1986

137. DeKlerk, F.W.: 1990-1992

138. Developments in South Africa as Reported by Official Press in South Africa, 1981-1983

139. Discussion Paper: Anti-Communism\Sovietism, 1985

140. Donors Conference, 1990

141. Eastern and Southern Africa Management Institute Workshop on Negotiation Skills, 1990

142. Education/Students, 1986-1994

143. Election, 1992- 1994

144. Embassy/High Commissions, 1990-1993

145. Eminent Persons Group, 1986

146. European Anti-Apartheid Groups, 1971-1972

147. First, Ruth – Tribute, 1983

148. Freedom Charter, 1955

149. Freedom Day Celebrations in India and Egypt – Newspaper Clippings, 1972

150. Front for the Liberation of Zimbabwe – Papers, 1972

151. Frontline States, 1987-1992

 

 

Box 21

152. Goldstone, Justice R.J. – Press Statement, 1992

153. Health, 1985-1990

154. In-House Seminar on Women, Children, and Family in a Future Constitutional Order, 1989

155. Indemnity, 1992

156. Individual South African Correspondence to ANC Headquarters, 1986

157. Inkatha, 1991

158. Institute for a Democratic Alternative for South Africa (IDASA), 1992-1993

159. International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU) Grants, 1964,1970

160. International Conferences on Children, Repression & the Law in Apartheid South Africa, 1987

161. International Conference on Disarmament, 1972

162. International Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa (IDAF) – Correspondence, 1973

163. International Labour Organisation, 1984-1988

164. International Organisations, 1991-1992

165. International Seminar on Imperialism, Independence and Social Transformation, 1971-1972

 

 

Box 22-23

166. International Solidarity Speeches, 1971-1994

167. June 16 Anniversary Commemoration, 1984, 1991

168. June 26 International Solidarity Messages, 1972

169. Kaunda, Dr. Kenneth – Visit to ANC in South Africa, 1994

170. Language Planning Models for a Post-Apartheid South Africa, 1990

171. Lawyers Conference: Role of Law in a Society in Transition, 1989

172. Luthuli Cultural and Welfare Services, 1987

173. Luthuli Memorial Foundation Correspondence, 1970-1973

174. Local Government and Planning Workshop, 1989

 

 

Box 24

175. Mandela, Nelson, 1990-1992

176. Marks, J.B. – Condolence Messages and Funeral Photographs, 1972

177. Mass Democratic Movement, 1988

178. Mazimbu and Dakawa News & Views, 1987

179. Military and Combat Work (MCW), n.d.

180. Ministry of Foreign Affairs – Zambia, 1991-1992

181. Minutes of Joint Meeting between ANC and Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Establishing Vocational Training Centre, 1987

182. Mkiza Enemy Forces Series, nos. 1 & 2, 1987

183. Muslim activism

184. Namibia Report, c.1970, 1972

185. National Campaign for Children’s Rights, 1989-1990

186. National Convention, 1984

187. National Fundraising Reports, 1986-1990

188. National Housing Policy and Strategy Task Group, n.d.

189. National Labour Intensive Project Proposal, 1993

190. National Union of South African Students/South African National Students Conference (NUSAS/SANSCO), 1990

191. Nationalist Party Report – Craig Williamson, n.d.

 

 

Box 25

192. Negotiations, 1992-1993 (2 folders)

193. New Zealand, 1972-1973

194. Newspaper Clippings, 1985

195. Newspaper Clippings – Post Unbanning, 1992

196. Newspaper Clippings – South African Trade Mission – Zambia, 1993-1994

197. Ngalo, Mary – Tribute, 1973

198. Nigerian Relations, 1988

199. Non-Aligned Summit, 1986

200. Norwegian Red Cross, 1973

201. Organisation of South African Unity (OAU), 1971-1973, 1982-1992 (3 folders)

202. Organisation of African Unity (OAU) Council of Ministers Meeting, 1986

203. Organisation of African Unity (OAU) Liberation Committee Meeting Notes, 1982

204. Organisation of African Unity (OAU) Monitoring Group, 1991

205. Organisation of African Unity (OAU) Declaration on South Africa, 1989

 

 

Box 26

206. Pan-Africanist Congress (PAC), 1991-1992 (2 folders)

207. Papers, 1969-1971

Afro-Asian Solidarity Organisation

Denationalisation of Black people

Economic strategy of ANC

Educated barbarians

Limehill

OAU on military cooperation

Mining firms Namibia

SA economy

Trade Union Movement

208. Patriotic/United Front Conference, 1991

209. People’s Progressive Party, 1985-1990

210. Photo Album – miscellaneous and unidentified, c.1950s, 1984

211. Political Education Papers, n.d.

Development of people’s war

From ungovernability to people’s power

Retaining strategic initiative

Strategy and tactics of people’s war

Vietnamese revolution

212. Population Forecast – Dakawa Development Centre, 1984

213. Post-Apartheid South Africa, 1987-1990

214. Post-Apartheid South Africa Conference, c.1990

215. Posters – deKlerk Trial, n.d.

216. Prayer Service: End of unjust rule in South Africa, 1987

217. Preferential Trade Area of Eastern and Southern African States, 1982, 1993

 

 

Box 27

218. Projects – Mazimbu, 1980

219. Questions and Points Related to Pretoria Minutes, 1990

220. Racial Zoning Policy Change, 1989

221. Reebok Human Rights Award, 1991

222. Regional Report – Lusaka, 1990

223. “Relationship Between the State, the Family and African Women Towards a Post-Apartheid South Africa,” 1989

224. Reorganisation of ANC Offices, n.d.

225. Repatriation, 1990-1992, 1993 (2 folders)

226. Reports, 1985-1993

227. Research on Education in South Africa (RESA), 1988

228. Sanctions: Tripartite Seminar, 1991

229. Scholarships, 1987

230. Sechaba Articles, 1971-1973

231. Seminar – Future of the Security and Defence in South Africa, 1986

232. Sixty-five Years of South African Communist Party (SACP) Pamphlet, 1986

233. Solomon Mahlangu Freedom College (SOMAFCO), 1987-1988

234. South African Aviation Boycott Project, 1972

235. South African Cultural Centre, 1972

 

 

Box 28

236. South African Defence Force (SADF), 1984

237. South African Elections, 1994

238. South African Government Urbanisation, n.d.

239. South African Newsbriefing, 1993-1994

240. South African Pressclips, 1988-1989

241. South African Prime Minister Visit to Britain – Debate, 1984

242. South African Studies Project Limited, 1990

243. South African Students Visit ANC, 1993

244. Southern Africa Development Community, 1993

245. Southern Africa Report,” 1991-1992

 

 

Box 29

246. South West African People’s Organisation (SWAPO), 1985-1992

247. Speeches by Nelson Mandela and Cyril Asamophosa, 1985, 1993

248. Stockholm Conference on Vietnam, 1972

249. Study Project: SA & Namibia, 1973

250. Talks between Angola and South African Government, 1988

251. Tambo Statement to Welcome Released Leaders, 1989

252. Tanzania – Newspaper Clippings, 1970 (UK Churches for armed struggle)

253. Telegrams and Faxes, 1972-1994

254. Trade Policy Monitoring Project – University of Cape Town, 1993

255. Training in Egypt, 1992-1994

256. Treasury, 1988-1992

257. Umkhonto we Sizwe (MK), 1981-1991

258. United Democratic Front (UDF) and ANC, n.d.

259. United National Independent Party (UNIP), 1983, 1989-1992 (2 folders)

260. United Nations (UN), 1991-1993

261. United Nations (UN) Centre Against Apartheid, March 1977-October 1987

262. United Nations (UN) Centre Against Apartheid Notes and Documents, 1992-1993

 

 

Box 30

263. United Nations (UN), 1972-1993

264. United States (US), 1972

265. Unity Movement of South Africa Press Release, 1971

266. University of Natal Visit ANC, 1988

267. Unrest Report, n.d.

268. Urban Foundation Research on Local Government, 1993

269. Visit to ANC Mission by South African University Students, 1993

270. Voter Education Programme Proposal, 1993-1994

271. Women, n.d., 1981,1992

272. World Council of Churches, 1970-1980

273. World Peace Council, 1972-1973

274. Youth Declaration on CODESA II, 1992

275. Youth Festivals: First Pan African Youth Festival, Tunis, 1973

273. Zambia Newspaper Clippings, 1972-1992

277. Zambia Newspaper Clippings – South Africa/Zambia Relations, 1992

278. Zambian Government – Political Parties & Organisations, 1991-1994

 

 

Box 31

Health

1. African Mental Health Action Group Newsletter, 1989

2. ANC Aids Project Proposal, 1989

3. ANC Clinic Report, 1989

4. ANC Document on Health Matters in Southern African Regions, c.1988

5. NC Health Administration, 1987

6. ANC Health Committee, 1986-1991

7. ANC Health Department, 1986-1990

8. ANC Health Policy, 1986-1987

9. ANC Health Team (East Africa) Report, 1987

10. ANC Health Workers Conference – Zambia, 1986

11. ANC Third Health Council Meeting – Lusaka, 1986

12. Correspondence, 1971-1973

13. Industrial Health Research Group in South Africa, 1983

14. Maputo Conference on Health in South and Southern Africa, 1986, 1990

15. Military Health, 1989

16. National Medical and Dental Association Publications, 1988-1989

17. United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) Paper, c.1981

18. Publications

 

 

Box 32

Missions

1. Algeria, 1984

2. Angola, 1981-1986 (2 folders)

3. Australia, 1984-1985

4. Botswana, 1978-1982

5. Benelux, 1981-1984

6. Canada, 1979-1981

 

 

Box 33

7. Cuba, 1984-1985

8. Denmark, 1985

9. Egypt, 1981-1982

10. Ethiopia, 19811982

11. Federal Republic of Germany (FRG – East Germany), 1981-1985

12. German Democratic Republic

13. India, 1981-1984

14. Italy, 1983-1985

15. Lesotho, 1980-1985

16. Malagasy, 1980-1985

17. Mozambique, 1980-1982

 

 

Box 34

18. Mozambique, 1981-1985

19. Nigeria, 1985

20. Rumania, 1982-1983

21. Senegal, 1980-1982

22. Swaziland, 1979-1982

23. Sweden, 1978-1982

24. Tanzania, 1981-1984

25. United Kingdom (UK), 1979

 

 

Box 35

26. United Nations-NY

27. United States of America (USA), 1982-1984

28. Zambia, 1982-1985

29. Zimbabwe, 1979-1985 (3 folders)

 

 

Box 36

Newspaper Cuttings

1. ANC & Angola, 1989

2. ANC Conference, 1991

3. ANC delegation to Australia, 1989

4. ANC 75 years

5. ANC: SA politics, 1987-1991 (2 folders)

6. Bantustans, 1989-1990

7. De Klerk, 1990

8. Funde, Eddie, 1988

9. Indigenous people of America

10. Inkatha, 1990

11. Maharaj, Mac arrest, 1990

12. Maduna, Penuel, 1988

13. Mandela, Nelson, 1988-1991

 

 

Box 37

14. Mandela, Winnie, 1989-1992

15. Masondo, Andrew, 1988

16. Mbeki, Thabo, 1989-1990

17. Negotiations, 1989-1992

18. Osmers, John, 1988

19. Released ANC Leaders, 1989-1990

20. Rerurn of exiles, 1990-1991

21. Sanctions, 1990-1991

22. Septmber, Dulcie, 1988

23. Sisulu, Walter, 1989-1990

24. Solomon Mahlangu Freedom College, 1988

25. Some victims of cross border raids, 1990

26. South African Communist Party, 1990

27. South African Police, 1989-1991

28. Support for the ANC, 1990,1991

29. Tambo. O.R, 1988,1990

30. The unbanning of the ANC, 1989-1990

31. Violence, 1989-1991

32. Women, 1989-1990

 

 

Box 38-39

33. Apartheid & repression, 1967-1991 (6 folders)

34. Apartheid & repression (3 folders)

35. Black conditions in SA, 1971

36. Botha, P.W, 1983, 1987

37. Buthelezi, Gatsha, 1972, 1983

 

 

Box 40

38. Coloured People’s affairs, 1967, 1983

39. Exploding SA, 1960

40. Forsyth saga, 1989

41. Goldmine workers, 1967

42. Querrillas, 1967

43. 1976 riots

44. Prof. Z.K Matthews, 1967

45. Repressive laws, 1967-1978

46. Sebokeng siege, 1984

47. Sharpville Massacre, 1966

48. Sparg, Marion, 1986

49. Transkei, 1967-1977

50. Vorster, John, 1967-1978

51. Woods, Donald, 1983

 

 

Box 41-42

52. Assortment, 1992

53. Assortment, 1993

 

 

Box 43-46

54. Australian relations, 1988

55. Australian relations, 1990

56. Australian relations, 1991

57. Australian relations, 1989-1993

58. Australia, 1988-1991

59. Australia Mandela,s visit,1990

 

 

Box 47

60. Australia Trade, 1986

61. Biographical material (various figures), 1987-1996

62. Buthelezi, M.G, 1978-1991

63. Churches, 1967-1978, 1981-1987

 

 

Box 48-50

64. Churches, 1988-1993 (3 folders)

65. Culture, 1972-1992 (4 folders)

66. Culture: Amandla Tour of Australia, 1987-1992 (3 folders)

67. Defence, 1973-1978, 1981-1992 (2 folders)

68. Defence: Aggression, 1981-1992 (3 folders)

69. Defence, 1982-1992 (2 folders)

70. Democratic Movements, 1980-1992 (7 folders)

 

 

Box 51-54

71. Democratic Movements, 1985-1988 (3 folders)

72. Democratic Movements, 1986-1992 (4 folders)

73. Economy, 1971-1978, 1981-1992 (3 folders)

74. Education, 1967-1992 (2 folders)

75. Foreign relations, 1967-1978

 

 

Box 55-58

76. Foreign relations, 1971-1978 (3 folders)

77. Foreign relations, 1980-1986 (3 folders)

78. Foreign relations, 1986-1987 (3 folders)

79. Foreign relations, 1988-1990 (3 folders)

 

 

Box 59-62

80. Foreign relations

81. Frontline States, 1985-1990

82. Angola, 1971-1992 (3 folders)

83. Botswana, 1966-1992

84. Lesotho, 1966-1991

85. Malawi, 1986-1992

86. Mozambique, 1969-1992 (2 folders)

87. Namibia, 1985-1991 (2 folders)

88. Swaziland, 1985-1973

89. Zaire, 1987-1992

90. Zambia, 1971-1992 (2 folders)

91. Zimbabwe, 1986-1992 (2 folders)

 

 

Box 63-65

92. Health, 1969-1992

93. Information Scandal, 1978-1979

94. Labour and Industry, 1969, 1984-1992 (6 folders)

95. Laws, Police, Death Sentence in South Africa, 1967-1985

96. Liberation Movements (ANC, PAC), 1987-1991

 

 

Box 66-75

97. Mandela – Nelson, Winnie and Family, 1987-1992 (4 folders)

Mandela – Visit to Australia, 1990

98. Negotiation, 1990-1992 (2 folders)

99. Pre-Democratic Election, 1990-1991

100. Police Law and Crime, 1982-1992 (2 folders)

101. Political Prisoners, 1985-1992 (6 folders)

102. Political Trials, 1964-1984 (2 folders)

103. Politics, 1966-1978, 1981-1987 (5 folders)

104. Politics, 1988-1992 (5 folders)

 

 

Box 76

105. Population – Immigration/Emigration, 1985-1992 (2 folders)

106. Press and Media, 1968-1992 (3 folders)

107. Refugees 1976-1991

108. Repression and Unrest, 1973-1978

 

 

Box 76-82

109.Social Services, Housing and Bantustans, 1970-1978, 1981-1992 (6 folders)

110. Sport, 1984-1985 (2 folders)

111. Sports, 1986-1987 (4 folders)

112. Sports, 1987-1989 (4 folders)

113. Sport, 1989

114. Sport, 1990-1993

 

 

Box 83-88

115. Statistics, 1985-1991

116. Trade, 1972, 1992

117. Unrest and Politics, 1987-1990

118. Unrest and Politics, 1990-1994 (4 folders)

119. Unrest and Politics, 1992

120. Women and Children, 1980-1991

121. Others: Australian Relations, 1966-1979 (3 folders)

122. Australian Relations, 1981-1986 (3 folders)

123. Australian Relations, 1987 (3 folders)

124. Apartheid and repression, 1970-1977

125. Obituary: Chris Hani, 1993

126. Spargs, Allister, 1971

 

 

Box 89

Office of the Treasurer-General

1. Africa Fund, 1981-1983

2. African and Arab Research and Information Center (CRIAA), 1981-1983

3. ANC Accounts Statements, 1981

4. ANC Angola and Botswana Mission Correspondence to Treasury, 1982-1983

5. ANC Chief Representative, 1988-1992

6. ANC Child Support, 1987

7. ANC Department of Arts & Culture, 1987

8. ANC East African Regional Treasury Minutes, 1982

9. ANC Economic and Planning Department, 1987

10. ANC Electronics/Engineering Departments, 1987

11. ANC External Coordinating Council, 1987

12. ANC Internal Circulars, 1987-1992

13. ANC Legal and Constitutional Affairs, 1988

14. ANC Logistics Department, 1982-1988

15. ANC Lusaka Region Financial Report, 1982-1986

16. ANC Manpower Development Department,1987

17. ANC Mission Correspondence – Tanzania (Mazimbu and Dar-Es-Salaam), 1981-1983

 

 

Box 90

18. ANC National Working Committee, 1982

19. ANC Regional Treasury Office Structures, 1980

20. ANC Seventieth Anniversary, 1981-1982 (2 folders)

21. ANC Technical Department, 1987

22. ANC Treasurer-General Office, 1980-1988

23. ANC Treasury Minutes and Proposals, 1982-1988

24. ANC Treasury Personnel, 1982-1983

25. ANC Visit to Gulf States, 1982

26. ANC Women’s Section, 1988

27. ANC Youth, 1987-1988

28. Arab Countries Relations, 1982

29. Austrian Solidarity and Support, 1982

 

 

Box 91

30. Building, 1982-1988

31. China, 1983

32. Committee on South African War Resistance (COSAWR), 1981-1983

33. Creche, 1987

34. Dakawa/Mazimbu, 1982-1987

35. Danish Government and Solidarity Groups, 1981-1983

36. Discussion Documents, 1982-1986

37. Dutch Solidarity Groups, 1980-1983

38. Education/Scholarship, 1982-1992

 

 

Box 92

39. Filming, 1987

40. Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) of the United Nations – Conference Reports, 1981-1982

41. Funders/Donations, 1981-1992

42. General Motors Corporation Report, 1972-1973

43. Housing and Maintenance, 1983-1987

44. India – Solidarity, 1980-1983

45. International Committee Against Apartheid, Racism and Colonialism in Southern Africa (ICSA) – letters and reports, 1981-1983

46. International Conference, 1992

47. International Defence and Aid Fund (IDAF) – Correspondence and Reports, 1982-1983

48. International Solidarity, 1982-1994

49. Lutheran World Federation, 1981-1983

50. Luthuli Cultural and Welfare Services, 1982-1983

51. Maintenance Department, 1987

52. Mazimbu-Dakawa News and Views, 1987

53. Mazimbu Directorate – Minutes, 1982-1983

 

 

Box 93

54. Oxfam – Lusaka, UK, Zambia, USA, 1982-1983

55. Papers, n.d.

56. Personnel Deployment, 1988

57. Photographic Department, 1987

58. Political Guideline for ANC Department of Information and Publicity (DIP), 1986

59. Projects: HousingPrimary schoolPoultryTailoringSewingShoemaking & leatherPiggeryChildren’s CentreHorticulture, 1981-1992

60. “Recontre et Development” – World Council of Churches, 1982-1983

61. Report: Office machine technicians, 1985, 1987

62. Report of Homelessness by Black Sash, 1989

63. Requests/Needs, 1987-1988

64. Resistance Report, 1982

65. Socialist Countries Solidarity – Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, Hungary, German Democratic Republic, 1982-1983

66. Solomon Mahlangu Freedom College (SOMAFCO), 1982-1992

67. South African Organisations – Background, n.d.

68. South African Raid on Zambia, 1987

69. South African Relief Fund, 1988

70. South African University Visitors and ANC, 1987

71. South West African People’s Organisation (SWAPO), 1981

72. Special Meeting Minutes – ANC Treasury and Secretary General, 1983

73. Support groups, 1983

74. Training, 1987-1992

75. Trocaire – Catholic Agency for World Development, 1981-1982

76. United Church of Canada, 1982-1983

77. United Nations (UN) Centre Against Apartheid, 1981

 

 

Box 95

78. United Nations Commission on Human Settlements, 1983

79. United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), 1982-1992

80. United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), 1981-1983

81. United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) – Correspondence, 1981-1982

82. United States of America (USA) Sub-committee on Security and Terrorism Report, 1982

83. Vocational Training Centre, 1987

84. Women’s Second Consultative Conference, 1987

85. World Council Churches, 1979-1983

86. WHO (World Health Organization), 1982-1983

87. World University Service – Letters and Reports, 1979-1982

 

 

Box 96

Seperepere, Mittah

1. Afro-Asian People’s Solidarity Organisation (AAPSO), 1981-1984

ANC Commission – Strategy and Tactics, n.d.

2. ANC Constitution, 1978

3. ANC Information Policy, n.d.

4. ANC National Youth Conference, 1987

ANC Press Statement, 1979

5. ANC Publications on Repression, 1984-1990

6. ANC Representative at Women’s International Democratic Federation (WIDF), 1976-1987

7. ANC Statement at the International Conference in Support of the Peoples of South Africa (ICSA), 1978

8. ANC Women’s Section Council Meeting, 1983

9. ANC Women’s Section Lusaka Region Annual General Members’ Meeting (AGM) Minutes, 1986

 

 

Box 97

10. ANC Women’s Section Reports, 1981-1982

11. ANC Women’s Section National Executive Committee NEC) Reports, 1989

12. ANC Women’s Section Programme of Action, 1984-1988

13. ANC Women’s Section Second National Conference, 1987

14. ANC Women’s Section Structure, 1981, 1987

15. ANC Youth Brigade, 1978

 

 

Box 98

16. Biographies and Tributes, 1981

17. Children and Childcare Facilities, 1979-1987

18. Children, Repression, and the Law in Apartheid South Africa – International Conference, 1987

19. Children Under Apartheid, 1988

20. Education, n.d.

21. Freedom Charter, 1955

22. Inkatha Document, n.d.

23. International Labour Organisation (ILO) – Documents, 1988

24. International Solidarity and Mobilisation, 1978-1990

25. Internal Women’s Organisations, 1987-1989

26. International Conference on Women and Children, 1982-1985

27. Kassinga Massacre, 1978

 

 

Box 98

28. Mabhida, Moses, 1923-1986

29. Malibongwe Conference, 1989

30. Masupatsela (South African children’s organisation), n.d.

31. “Moorosi: Chief of the Bophuthi” by Eli Weinberg, n.d.

 

 

Box 99

32. Non-government Organisation (NGO) Forum, 1985

33. Pan-African Women’s Organisation, 1981-1986

34. Peoples of the World Against Apartheid for a Democratic South Africa, 1987

35. Political Education – Lectures, 1978-1988

36. Political Prisoners, n.d.

37. Radio Freedom Scripts, 1978

38. Seperepere, Mittah, 1977-1984

39. South African Business and Opinion-Makers Meet ANC, 1985

South African Communist Party (SACP) Publications, 1978-1986

40. South African Congress of Trade Unions (SACTU), 1978, 1984

41. South African Women’s Day Reports, 1981-1989

42. South West African People’s Organisation (SWAPO)/Namibia, 1986-1989

43. Southern African Universities Social Science Conference, 1978

 

 

Box 100

44. Survey of Manpower Development in South Africa, 1981

45. Tambo Statement on Launch of International Year Against Apartheid, 1978

46. Training Projects Proposals, 1988

47. Tributes to Lilian Ngoyi and Mary Moodley, 1979-1980

48. Umkhonto we Sizwe (MK), 1981-1989

49. Voice of Women (VOW), 1981-1987

Women, 1984-1986

50“Women and Apartheid in the 1980s” – Zanele Mbeki, 1984

51. Women in Detention: Cries of freedom, 1988

52. Women in Southern Africa: Strategies for Change Conference, 1982, 1984

53. Women’s International Conferences, 1978-1987

54. Women’s International Democratic Federation (WIDF), 1987

55. World Peace Council, 1979-1988

56. Year of the South African Women, 1984

57. Youth, 1976-1978

 

 

Box 101

Subject Files

Accident – Mazimbu, 1988

1. Action Against Apartheid, 1985

African Liberation Trust Fund Headquarters, n.d.

2. ANC Activities, 1981-1982

3. ANC Document on COSATU and Other Organisations, 1980s

4. ANC Draft Project Proposals, 1978-1979

5. ANC East Africa, 1976-1982 (2 folders)

6. ANC Headquarters – Harare Matters, 1983-1986

 

 

Box 102-103

7. ANC International Conference – Arusha, 1987 (2 folders)

8. ANC Membership, 1984-1985

9. ANC/NEC Report on Funds, 1984

10. ANC National Consultative Conference, 1985

11. ANC Offices, n.d.

12. ANC Passports, 1977-1983 (3 folders)

13. ANC Personnel, 1979-1982

 

 

Box 104

ANC Regional Conference, 1985

14. ANC Scholarship Committee, 1980-1982

15. ANC Second National Consultative Conference Lusaka, 1985

16. ANC Seventieth Anniversary, 1982 (2 folders)

17. ANC Strategy Tactics, n.d.

18. ANC Arusha Conference, 1987

 

 

Box 105-106

19. ANC Arusha Conference – Briefing Notes, 1987

20. ANC Arusha Conference – Circular, 1987

21. ANC Arusha Conference – Guidelines, 1987

22. ANC Arusha Conference – Invitees, 1987 (3 folders)

23. ANC Arusha Conference – Mazimbu, R., 1987

24. ANC Arusha Conference-Minutes

25. ANC Arusha Conference – NPC, 1987

26. ANC Arusha Conference – Programme, 1987

27. ANC Arusha Conference – Telexes, 1987

 

 

Box 107

28. Afro-Asian Peoples Solidarity Organisation (AAPSO), 1981-1983 (4 folders)

 

 

Box 108

29. Amanzinitoti Incident, 1986

30. Anglo-American Research Project: J. Simons, 1986

31. Anti-Apartheid Movement (AAM), 1981-1983

32. Arts and Culture, 1978-1984

33. Arts and Culture: Amandla Group, 1985

34. Arts and Culture,1983-1985

35. Arts and Culture,1984-1985

 

 

Box 109

36. Arts and Culture,1986-1987

37. Bantustans, 1979-1985

38. Black Consciousness Movement (BCM), BNF, and Black Community Programmes (BCP), 1979-1983

39. Central Idea – Arusha Conference, 1987

40. Centre for Development Policy, 1980-1985

41. Church, 1985-1986

42. Circular: Youth Section

43. Codes of conduct, 1985

 

 

Box 110

44. Commissariat, 1981

45. Commission – Health Department, 1983-1984

46. Commonwealth – Oil Embargo – South Africa

47. Consultative Conference, 1985

48. Correspondence, 1974-1982

 

 

Box 111

49. Correspondence: Youth, 1979-1982

50. Correspondence: Treasurer-General, 1981-1985

51. Correspondence: G.D.R, 1983

52. Correspondence: Youth, 1983

53. Correspondence: Health, 1984-1985

54. Correspondence, Secretary-General’s Office, 1984-1986 (2 folders)

 

 

Box 112-113

55. Correspondence: Education\International Affairs, 1984-1986

56. Correspondence: AAM; Asmal, Kadar,1985

57. Correspondence: ICFTU, 1985

58. Correspondence: M.H.Q, 1985, 1987, 1990

59. Correspondence: Danish Mission, 1986

60. Correspondence: Kwazulu-Natal Indaba, 1986

61. Correspondence: Legal Dept., 1986

62. Correspondence: Masekela, Barbara, 1986

63. Correspondence: Masondo, Andrew, 1986

64. Correspondence: Sanctions, 1986

65. Correspondence: Tambo, O.R, 1986

66. Correspondence: West Coast Conference, 1986

67. Correspondence: World Meteorological Congress, 1986

68. Correspondence: World Congress for Peace

69. Other Correspondences, 1984-1986

70. Follow-up

71. Dakawa plans

72. Deaths, 1982-1985

 

 

Box 114

73. Declaration and Protest on S. Mahlangu, 1979

74. Declaration on Strategy for Liberation, n.d.

75. Delhi Declaration on Nuclear War, 1985

76. Department of Information and Publicity (DIP), 1979-1983 (2 folders)

 

 

Box 115

77. Department of Manpower and Development, 1985

78. Department of Political Education, 1986

79. Detainees Parents Support Committee Committee, 1986

80. Disciplinary Committee, 1981-1985

81. Dlamini, Steven, n.d.

 

 

Box 116-121

82. Economic Commission for Africa (ECA), 1977-1978 (2 folders)

83. Education Secretary, 1976-1982

84. Education, 1976-1979

85. Education, 1977

86. Education, 1979-1982

87. Education, 1981-1982

88. Education, 1981-1982

89. Education, 1982-1983

90. Education, 1983-1984

91. Education, 1983-1984

92. Education, 1983-1984

93. Education, 1984

94. Education, 1982-1985

95. Education, 1982-1985

96. Education, 1984-1985

97. Education, 1986

 

 

Box 122

98. Embassies, 1979-1985

99. European Community Council (ECC), 1984

100. European Economic Commission (EEC), 1986

101. File “Island”, 1984-1985

102. First, Ruth, 1982

103. Fundraising, 1985-1986

Gang of Eight: R. Resha Tombstone, 1975

104. Gozongo (Samson Liwane), 1983

105. Health, 1977-1982 (2 folders)

 

 

Box 123-125

Subject Files (cont.)

106. Health, 1980-1984 (4 folders)

107. Health, 1982-1985 (4 folders)

108. Health, 1984-1986 (4 folders)

 

 

Box 126

109. Hani, Chris – Interview, 1990

110. Harare – Chief Representative J. Khuzwayo, 1984

111. Housing Committee, 1983-1985

112. IDASA (Institute for a Democratic Alternative to South Africa), 1992

113. Ideology Articles, n.d.

114. Immigration, 1982-1983

115. Information – ANC International Conference, 1987

116. Information and Technology, 1988-1989

117. Inkatha – ANC Meeting, 1990

118. International Dev. MSN Conference

119. International Affairs Department, 1979-1984

 

 

Box 127

120. International Development Research Centre, n.d.

121. International Solidarity and Support, 1986-1990

122. Joe Gqabi: Deaths, 1981

123. Joint Declaration – ANC and Chile, 1981

124. Khuwayo, J. – Deaths, 1985

125. Kitson’s File, 1984-1986 (2 folders)

126. Language, 1984, 1988 (2 folders)

 

 

Box 128

127. Legal and Constitutional Affairs, 1980-1986 (2 folders)

128. Luthuli Cultural Welfare Service, 1982-1985

129. Luthuli Memorial Foundation, 1973-1978 (2 folders)

 

 

Box 129-130

130. Makana, Simon – Politico-Military Council (PMC) Message, 1986

131. Mandela International Reception Committee, 1990

132. Manuscripts, c.1987

Marion Sparg

My Hour

Rhythm of pain

Sermon

Syndrome

Tears Behind the Muse

SA artists

133. Maroo, Kerilang – Deaths, 1982

134. Marriages, 1979-1985 (3 folders)

135. Marriages, 1983-1986 (4 folders)

 

 

Box 131

136. Maseru Raid, 1982

137. Mashaba, Andrew – Deaths, 1985

138. Mashopi, Lwana – Deaths, 1984

139. Mazimbu Directorate, 1984-1985 (2 folders)

140. Mazmbu Projects, 1983-1984

141. Meeting – ANC Chief Representatives, 1982-1986

142. Memo on Recommendation for a South African Artists Museum, 1980-1986

 

 

Box 132-133

143. Messages on Late Moses Mabhida, 1986

144. Minutes of FRWOC, 1985-1986

145. Mkhonto Medical Reports, 1979-1983

146. Modise, Joe, 1984, 1986

147. Mompati, Ruth, 1984-1987

148. Morogoro ANC School Background Information, 1977-1979

149. Motshabi, Bushy, 1984

150. Moyo, R. and Joyce, J. – Deaths, 1983

151. Mulungushi Conference Hall, n.d.

152. NAFLOC, 1982, 1986

153. Namibia, 1986-1989

154. National Convention Movement, 1986

155. National Interim Cultural Coordinating Committee (NICCC), 1990

156. National Scholarship Committee, 1982-1983

157. National Executive Council (NEC), 1973-1986 (5 folders)

 

 

Box 134

158. National Executive Council (NEC) – Meeting, 1985-1986

159. National Executive Council (NEC) – Minutes, 1985-1986

160. National Executive Council (NEC) – Secretariat, 1985-1986

161. Ncube, Linda – Deaths, 1985

162. Negotiations, 1985

163. Nyaose, Nzima (or Nywose, Petrus) and Nyaose, Jabu – Deaths, 1982

164. Oil Embargo, 1984-1985

165. Organisation of African Unity (OAU), 1984-1985, 1991

 

 

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166. Palestine Liberation Organisation (PLO), 1986-1987

167. Pan African Festival, 1989

168. Pan Africanist Congress, 1976-1986 (2 folders)

169. Papers, n.d.

ANC will be charged by history

From Conference Venue to Victory

From ungovernability to people’s power

Programme of Action

170. Pallo-telex: Study group, 1986

171. Personnel, 1981-1984

172. Pioneers, 1981

173. Plans – ANC School, 1977-1978

174. Plays/Theatre, 1984-1989

175. PMC (Politico-Military Council) – Documents, 1983-1985

 

 

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176. Pand International, 1988-1990

177. Poetry by Freedom Fighters of SA – edited by L. Mqotsi, 1984

178. Poetry by James Pitse and Memorium to Him, undated

179. Poetry and Songs, c.1980-1989

180. Political Prisoners, 1969

181. Political Prisoners Committee, 1981-1985

182. Political Research – South African Politics, 1985

183. Political Statement: South African Economic Crisis, 1985

184. Political Studies, 1985

185. Political Update: Interim constitution, 1993

186. Politics of Culture, 1984-1988

187. Popular Education Training Workshops, 1990

188. President’s Office, 1978-1985

 

 

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189. Press Cuttings, 1982-1984

190. Press Cuttings on Music Groups, 1986-1990

191. Professional Bodies, 1981-1983

192. Projects Proposal, 1988

193. Press Release: French Position on SA, 1985

194. Regional Committee, 1982-1984

195. Regional Political Committee (RPC) – Tanzania, 1981-1983

196. Regional Political Committee (RPC) – Zambia, 1981-1986 (3 folders)

 

 

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197. Regional Political Committee (RPC) – Canada, 1981

198. Repatriation, 1990

199. Research Unit, 1984

200. Resource and Study Group, 1985

201. Rixaka Articles, n.d. (poetry)

202. Rixaka Proposals, Correspondence and Reports, 1983-1988

 

 

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203. Reports, 1976-1983 (3 folders)

204. Reports, 1980-1985

205. Reports, 1982-1983

 

 

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Other Reports:

206. ANC & Nordic countries, 1985-1986

207. ANC farms at Mazimbu & Dakawa, 1984

208. ANC Projects, 1981-1985

209. Agreement between Pretoria & Mbabane

210. Algerian Revolution, 1984

211. Botswana trip by B. Mabandla, 1986

212. Conference on African Revolutionaries, 1986

213. Culture, 1982-1983

214. Evaluation mission-UNDP to liberation movements, 1983

215. German Democratic Mission

216. Health Council, 1986

 

 

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217. J. Zuma, 1984

218. May Day, 1986

219. Mazimbu, 1983-1985

220. Meetings, 1984-1986

221. Mozambique, 1984

222. Palestinian National Council, 1984

223. Politico-Military Council, 1984

224. Publishing, 1988-1990

225. Resources study Group, 1984

226. Secondary School, 1983-1986

227. Secretary General, 1984-1986

228. South Africa-Classic Racialism

 

 

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229. SA Editorial Committee (SAEC)

230. Statements, 1986

231. United Democratic Front (UDF), 1983

232. United Kingdom, 1976-1983

233. Visits, 1985-1986

234. War Resistance mobilization, 1983

235. World Conference Against Apartheid, 1977

 

 

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236. Requests, 1980-1982, 1984-1986 (2 folders)

237. Saldru: Documentary Photographic Project, 1988

238. Sanctions/Cultural Boycott, 1986-1990

239. Scholarships/Education, 1989-1990

240. Schoon, Jeannette and Katryn – Deaths, 1985

241. Shabangu, M. – Deaths, 1982-1983

242. Shangase, N. – Deaths, 1981

243. Secretary-General Office – Administrative Correspondence, 1982-1985 (4 folders)

 

 

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244. Secretary-General Office – ANC Hi-tech Proposal, n.d.

245. Secretary-General Office – Correspondence, 1976-1982, 1985-1986 (3 folders)

246. Secretary-General Office – Correspondence on Education, 1986 (2 folders)

 

 

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247. Security Affairs, 1982

248. Situation in the West – Angola, 1984

249. Somafco Correspondence, 1980-1982 (2 folders)

250. Somafco Correspondence and Meetings, 1981-1983 (2 folders)

251. Somafco Correspondence and Reports, 1982-1984

252. Somafco Delegation to Italy, 1985

253. Somafco Fundraising Workshop, 1986

254. Somafco Plans, 1979-1986

255. Songeze, B. – Deaths, 1983

256. 2nd National Consultative Conference, 1985

 

 

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257. South African Army, 1978 (2 folders)

258. South African Congress of Trade Unions (SACTU), 1984-1985

 

 

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259. South African Government, 1984-1986 (2 folders)

260. South African Music Industry, 1987-1989

261. South African Soccer Federation, 1976-1988

 

 

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262. South African Women’s Literature Report, 1987

263. Southern Africa Project: Lawyers’ Committee, 1984

264. Soweto Parents Crisis Committee, 1985-1986

265. Speeches, 1984-1985

266. Sports, 1988

267. Spotlight on South Africa, 1985

268. Statements, 1971-1982 (2 folders)

269. Statements: Actions against Apartheid

270. Statements: ANC 8th January

271. Statements: ANC Anniversaries

272. Statements: ANC Representatives, 1982

273. Statements: ANC strategy and tactics

274. Statements: Africkaner Volk

275. Statements: AAM, 1979

276. Statements: Arming the masses, 1983

277. Statements: Assassinations

278. Statements: Angola, 1984-1986

 

 

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279. Buthelezi, M, 1983

280. Chama Cha Mapinduzi, 1982

281. Constitution-SA, 1987

282. Cuba, 1979-1980

283. Death sentences

284. Drafts, 1982

285. Geneva Conventions

286. Finance, 1979-1980

287. Homelands

288. Kwa-ngwane & Ingwavuma, 1982

289. Leballo profile

290. Lisbon Conference, 1977

291. Luanda-Afro-Arab Conference, 1981

292. Moses Mabhida Memorial Service

293. Mozambique, 1984

294. Namibia, 1983

295. Non-Aligned countries, 1983

296. OAU

297. OSPAAAK

 

 

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298. Patriotic Front, 1978-1979

299. Political situation in South Africa

300. Reports, 1973-1982

301. Secretary General, 1980-1985

302. Seminar on Karl Marx, 1983

303. Sharpville massacre

304. Solomon Mahlangu

305. SA Freedom Day

306. SACTU, 1976-1985

307. SADCC, 1981

308. Southern Africa, 1978-1984

309. SOWETO Uprising

 

 

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310. Transnational corporations

311. Treasurer General, 1982

312. White Republic, 1981

313. SIDA Meeting, 1981

314. Umkhonto Wesizwe (MK)

315. US\SA relations, 1978

316. Women

317. World Conference on racism, 1978

318. Other statements

END of statements

 

 

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319. Struggle for Liberation: O.R. Tambo Addresses to the United Nations (UN), 1963

320. Swaziland on South African Land Issue, 1982-1983

321. Sweden Government, 1981-1984

322. Tambo, Oliver – Correspondence and Speeches, 1986

323. Tenth Anniversary of Soweto, 1986

324. Textbook Writing Seminar Proposal, 1990

325. Thami Mnyele Quartet Invitations, 1989-1990

326. Treasury, 1983-1986

327. United Nations (UN) Development Programme (UNDP), 1981-1982

 

 

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328. United Nations (UN) Centre Against Apartheid, 1985

329. United National (UN) – General, 1981-1984

330. United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR), 1981-1982, 1985 (2 folders)

331. United Independence Party (UNIP), 1979-1985

332. Unrest Report, 1991

333. United States (US) , 1977, 1986

 

 

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334. United Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) General, 1981-1986

335. Van der Merwe: Conflict Analysis, 1984-1985

336. Video Project, 1987-1989

337. Visits, 1984-1985

338. Walker Motsamai – Deaths, 1985

339. Women’s International Democratic Federation (WIDF), 1965-1982

340. Workers Unity – Organ of the South African Congress of Trade Unions (SACTU), 1985

 

 

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341. Working Committee, 1981-1984 (2 folders)

342. World Council of Churches, 1987

343. World Peace Council, 1979-1986 (2 folders)

 

 

Box 157

344. Youth – ANC Conference SOMAFCO, 1982 (3 folders)

345. Youth Correspondence, 1980-1983 (2 folders)

346. Youth Correspondence, 1983-1985

 

 

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Women’s Section

1. ANC Call to the Women and People of the United Kingdom, 1984

2. ANC Circular to Regions, 1990

3. ANC Conference, 1991

4. ANC Leaflet, 1982-1985

5. ANC Statements, 1989-1990

6. ANC Struggle Update, 1985

7. ANC Women’s League Constitution in Zulu, 1990

8. ANC Women’s League Launch Conference, 1990

9. ANC Women’s Section Minutes, 1987

10. ANC Women’s Section Radio Scripts, 1989

11. ANC Women’s Section Paper Prepared for International Labour Office (ILO), 1983

12. Anti-Apartheid Journals, 1982-1987

13. Anti-SAIC (South African Indian Council) Protests, 1981

14. Children, 1985-1990

15. Code of Conduct, 1981

16. Commonwealth Accord, 1985

17. Community Resource and Information Centre, n.d.

18. Conference – Dakar, 1974

19. Conference – Luanda, 1981

20. Conference Paper on English in Southern Africa, 1983

 

 

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21. Correspondence, 1981-1983

22. Correspondence, 1983

23. Correspondence, 1983

24. Correspondence, 1983-1984

25. Correspondence, 1983-1985

26. Correspondence, 1984

 

 

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27. Correspondence, 1985-1986

28. Correspondence, 1985-1988

29. Correspondence & papers, 1976-1978

30. Correspondence & reports, 1981-1982

 

 

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31. Education Report, 1983

32. Faxes and Telexes, 1986-1991

33. Federation of South African Trade Unions Reports, n.d.

34. Grahamstown Rural Committee Newsletter, 1989

35. International Council of Voluntary Agencies (ICVA) Consultation on Uprooted Peoples in Southern Africa, 1987

36. International Labour Office (ILO), 1983

37. International Solidarity, 1981-1988

38. International Women’s Rights Action Watch, 1990

39. Interview with Women, n.d.

40. Leaflet/Newsletter, n.d.

41. Madinoge Report, c.1970

42. Manpower Training and Development Report, n.d.

43. May Day Celebrations in South Africa Report, n.d.

44. Media, 1981

45. Mineworkers Report, 1975

46. Paper – “Women and Children Living Under Apartheid”, 1982

47. Pension Press Report, 1980-1981

48. Points from the Press, 1990

49. Political Education, n.d.

50. Projects – Black Equity Participation, 1986

51. Regional Destabilisation in Southern Africa Report, n.d.

52. Religious Groups, 1988-1989

53. Removal Reports/Articles, c.1980-1982

54. Reports, 1976-1990

 

 

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55. Reports and Papers: 1976 Riots; Role of Women in the Struggle for Liberation, 1979-1981 (318)

56. Reports on Women’s Activities, 1981-1986

57. Reports on Women’s Activities, 1981-1983

58. Reports: Women’s Role in the Struggle for Liberation, 1982

59. Repression Monitoring Group Reports, 1989

60.Reunion Press Cuttings, 1985 (French)

61. Rural Development Project, 1978

 

 

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62. Sanctions, 1987-1990

63. South Africa-Canada Relations, c.1989

64. South African Congress of Trade Unions (SACTU) Minutes, 1974

65. South African Presidential Council Overview, 1983

66. South African Research Group, 1990

67. South African Solidarity File, n.d.

68. Speeches, n.d.

69. “Strijdom…You have struck a rock”, n.d.

70. Trade Unions/Agreements, 1982-1983

71. Tribute to a Young Revolutionary, 1990

72. Umkhonto we Sizwe (MK) Report, 1981

73. United Democratic Front (UDF) General Council Opening Address, 1991

74. United Nations (UN) Commission on the Status of Women, 1986-1990

75. United Nations (UN) Conference on Environment and Development, 1989

76. United Nations (UN) Congratulatory Message to Nelson Mandela on Release, 1990

77. United Nations (UN) Decade for Women Journals, 1977-1985

78. United Nations (UN) Economic Commission for Africa, 1978

79. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO)/United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), 1983-1989

 

 

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80. United Nations (UN) General Assembly, 1979-1990

81. United Nations (UN) Unit on Apartheid, 1975-1982

82.Voice of Women (VOW), 1983, 1989

83. Wiehahn Commission Report: Labour legislation, 1980

84. Women’s Day, 1977

85. Women’s Emancipation – ANC Statement, 1990

86. Women’s International Day, 1975-1983

87. Women’s League, 1990-1991

88. Women’s Narrative Literature in South Sotho; Thesis by Eli Weinberg, 1973

89. Women’s Trade Unions, n.d.

90. Women and Children in Prison, 1987

91. Women’s International Democratic Federation (WIDF), 1987-1991

92. Women’s Journals, 1985-1986, 1989

93. Women’s Studies: Workshop; Development Alternatives in Southern Africa, 1987

94. Workshop:Women under Apartheid (education) 1990-1991

95. World Peace Council Journal, 1985

96. Zimbabwe African People’s Union Patriotic Front (ZAPUPF) and South West African People’s Organisation (SWAPO) Newspapers, 1979-1980

97. Zimbabwe Pre-election, 1980

98. Zimbabwe Projects, 1979-1983

99. Zimbabwe Women’s League (People’s Front), 1989

100. Zimbabwe: Lancaster House, 1979

 

 

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Oversized Material

Posters

Amandla

ANC Projects

Land Rover – South Africa

Palestine Lives