UNIVERSITY OF FORT HARE

UNIVERSITY LIBRARY

ANC ARCHIVES

 

 

 

Office of former ANC President,

Nelson Mandela

PAPERS

1983 – 1984, 1987-1998

(bulk dates,1990 -1994 )

47.7 linear metres

ACQUISITION: ANC Archive Committee

ACCESS: The collection is open

PHOTOGRAPHS: Oversized box 429 item number 24 – 25

VISUAL MATERIAL: video cassette in box 429 item number 28

AUDIO MATERIAL:

PRINTED MATERIAL: Publications in box 415 – 418

COPYRIGHT: ANC Archive Committee

PROCESSED BY: Bonani Somikazi, Mpanza Mduduzi, Seema Albert and Gugwini Nokubonga, March – October 2006

 

 

History

Nelson Mandela was born on the 18 July at Qunu, near Umtata. He is the son of Nonqaphi Nosekeni and Henry Mgadla Mandela.

He matriculated from Healdtown Methodist Boarding School and went to Fort Hare University College but did not managed to finish his studies because of his political involvement. He was expelled for participating in a student strike in 1940. He completed his degree via correspondence in 1941 when he was in Johannesburg. After completing his studies he enrolled for LLB at Wits University

In 1944 he joined ANC, and together with Walter Sisulu and Oliver Tambo, they participated in the formation of African National Congress Youth League. In 1948 he served as its national secretary. In 1952 when ANC launched its campaign for the Defiance of Unjust Laws, he was elected National Volunteer-in-Chief. In December the same year he, along with other activists were arrested and charged under Suppression of Communism Act and was sentence to 9 months imprisonment with hard labour. When the sentence was over, he was elected to the presidency of both Youth League and the Transvaal region of the ANC, this was due to his outstanding contribution during Defiance campaign. At the end of 1952 he became the national Deputy President of ANC itself.

In 1956 Mandela along with other 156 activists were charged and accused of high treason and a countrywide conspiracy to use violence to overthrow the government and replace it with a communist state. In 1959 ANC together with PAC planned an anti-pass law campaign, it was one of those protest that led to Sharpville massacre to take place. Shortly after the massacre ANC and PAC were banned and the government declared a state of emergency. Nelson Mandela was detained until 1961. Upon his release he went underground, and December 1961, Umkhonto weSizwe was formed under his leadership. This was due to the fact that he and his colleagues concluded that the violence in South Africa was inevitable and that would be unreasonable for African leaders to continue their policy of non-violence when government met its demands by force.

In 1962 Mandela left the country for military training in Algeria. Not long after his return to South Africa, on the 5th August, he was captured near Howick (KZN) and arrested for leaving the country illegally and for inciting a strike. He was convicted and jailed for 5 years November 1962. He served his sentence in Pretoria Central Prison. In 1963, while he was serving his sentence, his comrades, Walter Sisulu, Govan Mbeki, Raymond Mhlaba, Ahmed Kathrada, Dennis Goldberg and Lionel Bernstein and others were arrested at Rivonia. Mandela along with the other activists were charged and sentenced to life imprisonment. He was then taken and imprisoned in Robben Island, where he was held until 1982 and later transferred to Pollsmoor Prison in Cape Town. During his imprisonment he didn’t retire in his political activities. In Robben Island, it is mentioned that he was a central figure in the organized political education classes. He was always a source of strength of other prisoners. From 1986 onwards he had contacts with government representatives.

Eventually he met with the then State President P W Botha in July 1989 and in December 1989 he met F.W. De Klerk who had become the State President. ]

On 11th February 1990 he was eventually released from the prison. After the release he resumed his leadership role, and undertook tours around the country addressing massive rallies. He was appointed Deputy President of the ANC at the NEC meeting at ANC Headquarters (Lusaka). In 1991 he was elected the president of ANC. He played a vital role in the affairs of international organizations like Organisations of African Unity (OAU), now known as African Union (AU), United Nations (UN) and frontline states

In 1991 up to the elections in 1994 he played a leading role in the negotiations with South African government, during the Convention for a Democratic South Africa (CODESA I and II -1991-1992). He led the ANC election campaigns in 1994, which the ANC won by 62% majority. In May 1994, the National Assembly in Cape Town elected him the President of the Republic of South Africa, and on the following day he was sworn in at the Union Buildings in Pretoria. He then appointed the cabinet of the Government of National Unity representing three main political parties in the country (ANC, NP and IFP). In 1997 Nelson Mandela stepped down as the leader of the ANC in favour of Thabo Mbeki, and in 1999 he gave up the post of president. Despite retirement he continues to have busy life

 

 

Acknowledgements and reference

Further information can be obtained in his autobiography:

1. Long Walk to Freedom. – Back Bay Books – 1st ed. – 1995. – 656p. ISBN 0316548189.

2. Information from pamphlets, no bibliographic details

3. http://www.anc.org.za/people/mandela.html

 

 

Scope and Content Note

The records of the Office of the ANC President were initially listed so that they could be used to complete the writing of Mandela’s Long Walk to Freedom. They were sent to his house in Houghton, and were returned to the ANC in 2004. The records cover the period from the time Nelson Mandela was ANC Deputy resident (1990), ANC President (1991) to the time when he stepped down as ANC Presidnet (1997). It also however includes the few 1998 – 1999 records that were generated.

The entries in this collection are arranged alphabetically according to folder title. Where the box contains more than one form of record (e.g. correspondence, reports, etc) it is indicated, especially in series such as ANC Structures, ANC Departments, Negotiations / Elections and Organizations.

The Nelson Mandela collection is divided into the following main series: Correspondence, Discussion Documents, Minutes of meeting, Reports, Statements, ANC departments, ANC Mission offices, ANC structures, Embassies, Negotiation / Elections, Organizations, Notebooks, Publications, Manuscripts, Memorabilia, and Braille material.

 

 

Series I – Correspondence: This is the biggest series. It is made up of 123 grey boxes from boxes 1-123. This main series is further subdivided into sub series namely Congratulatory Messages, Circulars/ Memos, Faxes, Homelands, Invitations, Learning institutions, Personal Assistants, Requests and Visits. These boxes contain pre-1990 documents: box 5 (66), box 10 (113), box 23(255), box 31(343), box 34(396), box 40 (451), box 44(494), box 93(854), box 95 (867), box 97 (883), box 110(910), box 123a(1036)

Sub series 1 - Congratulatory Messages The messages are mainly about congratulatory messages on winning the elections, birthday messages for Mandela, messages of support from South Africa and abroad. These are from local and international companies, organizations and individuals. The date ranges from 1991 – 1994.This information can be located in boxes 55 – 64.

Sub series 2 - Circulars/ Memos This sub series contains records that were circulated from various departments of the ANC to the office of the President. The years covered are from 1991- 1997.They are in boxes 65 –69.

Sub series 3 - Faxes These are faxes from the Office of the President. The date coverage is 1994, from boxes 70 – 73.

Sub series 4 - Homelands This materials focuses on issues surrounding the homelands. The date range is from 1990 – 1995 from boxes 74- 76.

Sub series 5 - Invitations These are invitations sent to Nelson Mandela, inviting him to attend, deliver speech in various events. These invites were not only from South Africa but also from other countries in Europe, Africa, America, etc. The date coverage is from 1990-1997.This material can be located in boxes 77- 89.

Sub series 6 - Learning institutions This is the correspondence from universities, colleges and schools. The date range is from 1987 – 1997, and this material is found in boxes 90 – 101.And there was also correspondence from students asking Mandela to assist them financially by giving them scholarships.

Sub series 7 - Personal Assistants This is the correspondence of the President’s Office that was addressed to the president’s personal assistants. The date coverage is 1991 – 1997 from boxes 102 – 109.

Sub Series 8 - Requests These are the requests from people inside South Africa and abroad, requesting financial assistance or asking Mandela to intervene in certain matters, autographs, etc. The date coverage is 1990 – 1997, from boxes 110- 118.

Sub Series 9 - Visits These are President Mandela visits locally and internationally. There are also visits by various other people such as Thabo Mbeki. They are in 4 boxes from boxes 419- 423. The years covered ranges from 1990 – 1998.

Sub Series 10 - Personal letters These are the letters addressed to Mandela personally. Some of the letters are from friends and family. There are also letters in foreign languages. These are only one box, 123a. The years covered ranges from 1987, 1990-1995.

Series II – Discussion Documents These papers cover various topics such as politics and socio-economic, negotiations and elections (see also Negotiations / Elections series). It also includes papers presented in various conferences, workshops and symposiums. This series is made up of 22 boxes ranging from boxes 124 –146. The date coverage is from 1990- 1998. These boxes contain the pre-1990 documents: box 128(50), box 136(123, 128), box 138(144), box 139(153), box 141(168,170) box 146(223)

Series III - Minutes These include minutes of the ANC staff meetings and minutes of the President’s Office, etc. This is in 5 boxes from boxes 147-152. The years covered are from 1991-1997. These boxes contain the pre-1990 documents: box 160(87), box 167(180)

Series IV – Reports. These are ANC and non – ANC reports. They consist of 45 boxes, starting from box 153 to box 198

Series V – Statements These are mostly statements of prominent people of the ANC like Nelson Mandela, O.R Tambo and Walter Sisulu. This series consists of 31 boxes from boxes 265- 270.The date coverage in this series is 1983 – 1984 (Box 204 folder 64, box 225 folder 237), 1990 – 1997

Series VI - ANC Departments These are the records from various ANC departments which are subdivided into the following sub series: Civil Service Unit, Department of Arts and Culture, Department of Economic Planning, Department of Economic Policy, Department of Education, Department of Information Publicity, Department of International Affairs, Department of Local, Regional Government and Housing, Department of Transport, Organising Department, Political Education Department, Research Department, Social Welfare Department, Department Legal and Constitutional, Various Departments, Heads of Departments, Secretary General Office, Treasurer General’s Office. The records in this series include correspondence, reports, discussion documents, and minutes. This series has 33 boxes ranging from boxes 231- 264. The span of years is from 1988- 1998. These boxes contain the pre-1990 documents: box 239 (1-3)

Series VII - ANC Missions The records covered in this series are the correspondence from different ANC Missions around the world to Nelson Mandela. This series consists of 5 boxes ranging from boxes 265-270. The years covered in this series starts from 1990- 1996.

Series VIII – ANC Structures consists of 22 boxes. The series is further subdivided into sub series namely:

i) ANC branches, boxes 271 – 272

ii) ANC regions, boxes 273-286 such as:

Eastern Cape, Gauteng / PWV Northern Province, Northwest, North East, Kwa-Zulu/Natal, Northern Natal, Southern Natal, Natal Midlands, Free State region, Western Cape,

iii) ANC Women’s League, boxes 287 – 290

iv) ANC Youth League, boxes 291

Series IX - Countries This correspondence is addressed to Nelson Mandela from different countries. There are 10 boxes, from boxes 292- 302.The date coverage is from 1988 – 1997. These boxes contain the pre-1990 documents: box 271 (9)

Series X - Embassies This is the correspondence to Nelson Mandela from different embassies all over the world. It consists of 7 boxes from boxes 303 – 310. The date coverage is from 1989 – 1997. These boxes contain the pre-1990 documents: box 307(43)

Series XI - Negotiations / Elections. This series mainly consists of negotiations (CODESA 1& 2, National Peace Accord, RDP) and elections (Election Strategy and Fundraising for elections). Records in this series are in a form of discussion documents, reports, correspondence and statements. This series is made up 36 boxes, from boxes 311- 347. The date coverage is from 1990- 1997.

Series XII – Organizations Series consist of 54 boxes. The series is sub divided into sub-series namely:

i) Attorneys, boxes 348-349

ii) Churches, boxes 350 – 351

iii) Companies (others) -local and internationalboxes 352-355. This sub-series comprises those companies that are not listed by their names, instead grouped together and categorized alphabetically according to the name of the company (e.g. all companies starting with letter V will be put in the same folder)

iv) International organizations, (listed by their names) boxes 356-359

v) Local organizations, (listed by names) boxes 360-374

vi) Local companies, (listed by their names) boxes 375-378

vii) Organizations (others) – local and international, boxes 379-382. This sub-series comprises those organizations that are not listed by their names, instead grouped together and categorized alphabetically according to the name of the organization (e.g. all organizations starting with letter V are put in the same folder)

viii) Political organizations, boxes 383-387. Local and international political parties/movements/organizations are also included here.

ix) Trade Unions, boxes 388-391

x) Trusts/Foundations, boxes 392-402

These boxes contain the pre-1990 documents: box 385(302), box 388(328)

Series XIII - Notebooks These are the notebooks from the Office of the President. It seems as if they were used to draft minutes. Some of these notebooks served as dairies of Walter Sisulu, Jessie Duarte, and Barbara Masekela. There are about 11 boxes from boxes 403-414.The span of dates is 1990 – 1993.

Series XIV – Publications This series include some news briefings, bulletins etc. It is made up 4 boxes from boxes 415 – 418The date range is from 1990- 1998.

Series XV - Manuscripts The series consists of biographies of prominent people in the ANC like Nelson Mandela, Books (drafts) that were given to Mandela, Poems and drafts manuscripts of Long Walk to Freedom. This series has about 3 boxes, from boxes 419 – 421.

Series XVI - Memorabilia These are the cards sent to Mandela. These include birthday messages, messages of support, congratulatory messages for election and invitations and season’s greetings. There are also oversized, post cards, photographs, paintings, drawings from children. The series has about 7 boxes from boxes 422 – 429They cover a period 1987,1990-1996.

Series XVI – BrailleThe two boxes have a Braille material. This is the last series, which has got only 2, boxes 430- 431.

 

 

ADDITIONS

These are the records that were located later and were added at the end of the existing collection.

This collection is composed of 4 series namely correspondence (box 1-3), discussion documents/statements (box 4), reports (box 5), memorabilia/manuscripts (box 6). The arrangement of entries is alphabetical according to title folder. Box 5 folder 4 and 7 contain pre 1990 records.

 

Box 1

Series I – Correspondence

1. Abortion

2. Accounts, 1995

3. Ackerman, Raymond (Pick ‘n Pay) June 18, 1993

4. Acknowledgement of correspondence I, n.d., 1991 – 1993

5. Acknowledgement of correspondence II, 1994

6. Acknowledgement of correspondence III, 1995

7. Acknowledgement of correspondence IV, 1996 – 1997

 

Box 2

8. Administrators / ANC Presidency, 1995

9. Affirmative Action Programme, 1992

10. Afrikaans letters, n.d., 1992 – 1993

11. Afrikaans letters, 1994 – 1997

12. AIDS Awareness, 1992 – 1993

13. Alpheus Nxumalo and Nelson Mandela: surging pressure for democracy in Swaziland, 1991 October 15

14. Amnesty International, 1992

15. ANC Archives, 1996

16. ANC Archives – Fundraising, 1997

17. ANC Commission of Emancipation for Women, 1993

18. ANC complaint against the Sunday times before the press council of S.A. 1993

 

Box 3

19. ANC Language Commission, 1991 – 1993

20. ANC – led Alliance Programme of Action, 1992

21. ANC list of Personnel for attachment list

22. ANC on Disaster relief and draught, 1992

23. ANC political prisoners, 1994 December 06

24. ANC political school information sheet, 1997

25. ANC president’s office researcher, 1993

26. ANC religious desk, 1993 – 1997

27. ANC repatriation office, 1992

28. ANC restructuring, 1992 – 1995

29. ANC security and safety matters, 1991 – 1998

30. Annual Congress of the International Council for game and Wildlife Conservation, Cape Town, 1994 March 15 – 19

31. Anti – Drug campaign

32. Anti Infiltration – Golela Border Post, 1993

33. Application for Firearm Licence, 1993

34. Appointment of Black Judges, 1993 December 13

35. Archbishop Trevor Huddleson, 1994 March 31

36. Association of Ex – Political prisoners, 1992

37. Attendance registers from the president’s office, May – August 1993

38. Ayob, Ismail, 1996

39. Awards to president Nelson Mandela, 1990 – 1992

 

Box 4

40. Awards to president Nelson Mandela, 1993 – 1995

41. Batlagae, 1994

42. BBC documentary on the Mandela Football Club, 1991

43. Beach Hotel (East London) and Minister of Justice: entertainment at Beach hotel, 1993 February 22

44. Benjamin Pogrund

45. Bereaved families, 1993 – 1994

46. Bill Gate (Microsoft corporation) and Nelson Mandela, 1996

47. Biographical projects around ‘’ Long Walk to Freedom’’ 1993 – 1996

48. Book on oil sanctions against South Africa, 1993 September 16

49. Bowery, M.E. and Nelson Mandela: Harry Willard Bwanausi, Malawi Democratic Union, 1992

50. Books/ Book publishing, 1992 – 1994

51. Brown, L.W and Nelson Mandela: disclosure of corruption within state president’s administration with the specific reference to government and legal system, 1993

52. Business ventures, 1991 – 1994

53. Buthelezi, M.G. and Peter Mokaba, 1993

54. Black Economic Empowerment, 1996

 

Box 5

55. Campaign for Independent Broadcasting, 1993 – 1994

56. Campaign for Judicial Inquiry into the Hit Squads, 1991

57. Carter, Gary and Nelson Mandela: Calligraphic gift, 1996 November 19

58. Centre for Intergroup Studies, 1991 – 1992

59. CEO Institute Southern Africa Forum, Cape Town 1993

60. Chairperson of the National Assembly, 1995

61. Challenge to submit names to be considered, 1995 October 25

62. Chamber of Business (Orange Free State), 1992

63. Chamber of Commerce (Cape Town), 1991

64. Characterization of correspondence received by the presidency, 1993

65. Charity Concert, 1993

66. Chess teaching project in Namibia, 1989, 1991, 1994

67. Chicago Council on Foreign Relations: 1993 June 3 and 4

68. Chief Representative Officer: fiction film, 1993

69. Children matters, 1996

 

Box 6

70. Child Abuse in the town of shame – Carleton Ville, 1996 September 11

71. Children’s drawings portraying Nelson Mandela, n.d.

72. Children’s film Festival

73. Children’s project, 1996

74. Children of Africa, 1991

75. City of Johannesburg, Commerce and Industry Office in New York, 1994

76. Claims for Losses through petrol leakage from tanks and supply pipes, 1991 August 27

77. Collection of Children’s thoughts about situation in South Africa, 1992

78. Commission of Enquiry into Lenasia South Africa Management Committee, 1993

79. Commission of the Emancipation of Women, 1992

80. Commission on Economic Growth, 1995

81. Committee on the tertiary sector crisis, 1994

 

Box 7

82. Commonwealth, 1991 – 1994

83. Community Development Projects, 1991 –1993, 1995, 1997

84. Community Programmes, 1994

85. Complaints about crime in the country, 1995

86. Complains Against the ANC, 1993

87. Complaints – General, n.d., 1990, 1993 – 1995

88. Complaints fro civilians and former political prisoners, 1990 – 1992

89. Complaints on Racism in S.A., 1995 – 1996

90. Concerns about political situation in South Africa, 1990 –1992

91. Crises in education, 1993 – 1994

 

Box 8

92. Concerns about the political situation in South Africa, 1993 – 1994

93. Concerns about the political situation in South Africa, 1995 – 1997

94. Concerns over John Vorster Square Commercial Branch’s Attitude, 1996

95. Condolences, 1992 – 1994, 1997

96. Conferences (includes: ethics in S.A’s transition, International conference, 1993 etc)

97. Congress of Traditional Leaders of South Africa, 1991 – 1992

98. Conservation / Environment, 1990 – 1993

99. Copy of Inventory to the ANC Collection held at Historical papers, the library, University of Wits

100. Correspondence between F.W. De Klerk, 1991 – 1992

 

Box 9

101. Correspondence from PBF about a gift presented to Madiba, 1994

102. Correspondence on Marketing and Promotion, 1992 – 1994, 1997

103. Correspondence addressed to nelson Mandela, 1992 – 1994

104. Correspondence to President’s office: Cultural development New Zealand, 1991

105. Correspondence in French, 1997

106. Correspondence in Foreign Language: Pictural Booklet, 1995

107. Correspondence on various topics, 1992 – 1993

108. Correspondence on various topics, 1994 – 1995

109. Criminal justice, 1993

 

Box 10

110. David Dalling, 1993 – 1994

111. Davis Brant: Executive Assistant to the President Africa Group Coca – Cola International, 1993 July 27

112. Death penalty, 1993

113. De Klerk, F.W. 1989

114. De Klerk, F.W. 1991 –1993

115. Democracy Now Tour, 1991

116. Department of Education, 1993 – 1994

117. Department of Education: Tertiary Sector Crisis Committee, 1994

118. Department of Education and Training, 1991

119. Deputy President, Mbeki’s Office, 1994 – 1996

120. Diary Committee, 1993

121. Diary Committee, 1994

 

Box 11

122. Dieter F. Gerhart, 1990, 1992

123. Different Provincial Departments in KwaZulu Natal and Gauteng, 1995

124. Different Heads of states and members of parliament, 1993

125. Donation to ANC, 1991 – 1994

126. Donald Simpson: Independent Election Analyst, 1993 October 20

127. Draft declaration of intent, 1998

128. Eastern Transvaal Regional Peace Committee, 1993

129. Economic Development Programme, 1992 – 1993

130. Economic Issues: South Africa, 1991, 1993

131. Economic Reconstruction during the transition (includes discussion documents) 1992 – 1993

132. Economic Transformation and Socio – Economic Development, 1992

133. Editors under the fire, 1992

134. Education Foreign Funding, 1996

135. Education Projects (includes report on vocational training Taiwan by Aic Van de Broek, 1993 – 1994

136. Ela Gandhi and Nelson Mandela: concern on the loan made by F.W. De Klerk from IMF and World Bank during his visit to USA, 1993 July 3

137. Elk property group: Alfred Butini Xuma’s House, 1991

 

Box 12

138. Employment related complaint, 1993 – 1994

139. End Conscription Campaign, 1992 – 1993

140. Engaging Minority Constituencies (includes a draft paper on the extended strike) 1991

141. Environmental issues, 1991 – 1993

142. Europe Energy Environment Limited: Sub – Saharan Oil and Minerals Conference, 1993

143. Evaluation Commission and O.R. Tambo regarding various allegations made by ANC department of Arts and Culture about performing Arts Workers Equity (PAWE), 1993 February 8

144. Evaluation Commission (includes reports and minutes) 1991

145. Evaluation Commission (includes reports and minutes) 1992

146. Ex – Political prisoners, 2001

147. Eyewitness event: the birth of a nation, 1994 March 23

 

Box 13

148. Famous explorers, 1990

149. Farhad Ahmed, 1995

150. Farm Issues / matters, 1992 – 1993

151. Farwell to Father Emmanuel Lafont, 1996

152. Film of Mandela, 1993 – 1994, 1996

153. Films, 1997

154. Financial matters, 1993

155. Five Freedom Forum, 1992

156. Foreign country, 1995 – 1996

157. Foreign language, n.d.

158. Foreign language, 1991 – 1993

159. Foreign language, 1994

160. Foreign language, 1995 – 1997

161. Foundation for Research Development, 1992

 

Box 14

162. Frazier, Malcolm, 1991

163. Freese, Ralph and Nelson Mandela: request for disciplinary hearing into the theft of monies intended for ANC), 1995 October 30

164. Friedrich – Naumann – Stiftung, 1991 – 1992

165. Fundraising, n.d., 1991

166. Fundraising, 1993

167. Fundraising campaigns, 1994

168. Fundraising, 1996 – 1997

169. Funeral of Comrade O.R. Tambo, 1993

 

Box 15

170.Gauteng Legislature and Office of Premier, 1995 – 1996

171. General complaints that need Nelson Mandela intervention, n.d., 1993 – 1995

172. G.J. Gerwel and D.W. Steward: Administration of privileges of retired state president, 1996

173. Gifts to Mandela and ANC, 1991 – 1992

174. Gift offer to President Mandela, 1991, 1993 – 1994, 1996

175. Ginwala, Frene: report in terms of section 228 (4) of the constitution of Republic of S.A. on the employment of S.A national Defence Force in terms of section 227 (1b) of constitution in the United republic of Tanzania, 1996 May 30

176. Ginwala, Frene (Head Researcher in Deputy President’s), 1991

177. Goniwe, Mathew hostel village (includes statements) 1994

178. Gold coin agreement, 1991 June 25

179. Goldberg Denis, 1996

180. Gold shield award ceremony – Eastern Cape City of Grahams town, 1992 November 20

181. Goldstone commission of enquiry: regarding the prevention of public violence and intimidation, 1992, 1994

 

Box 16

182. Government Media Project, 1996

183. Greef, Johan, n.d.

184. Gregor Gysi, 1995

185. Gym committee, 1992

186. Habitat for Humanity International, 1996

187. Handover to Tanzania of Mazimbu and Dakawa, 1992

 

Box 17

188. Hani, Chris: memorial services, 1992 – 1993

189. Hani, Chris: messages of condolences, 1993 (i)

190. Hani, Chris: messages of condolences, 1993 (ii)

 

Box 18

191. Hani, Chris: messages of condolences, 1993 (iii)

192. Hani, Chris: messages of condolences, 1993 (iv)

193. Hani, Chris (secretary general – SACP) and Nelson Mandela, 1993 January 27

194. Hani opens up – Chris Hani (former M.K. chief of staff) interview with Hein Marais, 1992 June

195. Head of prison correctional services: Durban, 1995

196. HIV / AIDS, 1994

197. Hodgson, Rica, 1994 –1995

198. Hosteller, Martin, 1993 – 1994

199. House of commons, 1993

200. House of Delegates, 1990 – 1991

201. Housing, 1992 – 1994, 1996

 

Box 19

202. Independent Development Trust, 1991

203. Index Incoming Mail, 1991 – 1993

204. India South Africa International Conference on Trade, 1993

205. Indira Gandhi prize, 25 January 1995

206. Information on voting in International countries, 1993

207. Interdepartmental Development Committee (includes ANC Interim Committee on Development) 1991 – 1992

208. International Award / Degree of Honorary Fellowship (various organizations, 1991 – 1994, 1996

209. International Business, 1991 – 1994

210. International Corporations – relations, 1993

211. International Foundation of Science, Culture and Economics, 1992 – 1993

212. International Olympic Committee, 1993

 

Box 20

213. International Solidarity Conference, 1993

214. International relations (includes press release from the embassy of Japan, 1993

215. Internal ANC correspondence, 1993 – 1994

216. Interpersonal and leadership skills training, 1992

217. Interpol, 1993

218. Interest to become a committee member of Mandela Children’s Fund by Rev. MP Mapheto, 1997 June 03

219. Institute for the study of public violence, 1993

220. Investment in the democratic national daily newspaper, 1993

221. Islamic Information Services, 1994

 

Box 21

222. Jeanne, Bester, 1993

223. Jeffrey, Knapp (Conlon, Frantz Phelan, Knapp and Pires – Law offices), 1994 January 24

224. Jennifer Davis – Africa Fund, 1993 June 21

225. Joint Enrichment Project, 1991

226. Johannesburg Legal Aid Bureau: Appeal for funding, 1995

227. Johannesburg City Council, 1993

228. Jordan, J.M. (Faculty of Economic Sciences, University of Fort Hare): Business week conference, 1996 October 14 – 16

229. Journalist, 1993

230. Kathrada, Ahmed, 1995

231. Khosi / Northern cape Land: Land Reclaim, 1992 – 1993

 

Box 22

232.Launch of abridged version: Long Walk to Freedom, 1996

233. Law Firms and Nelson Mandela, 1992 – 1994

234. Lawyers for Human Rights

235. Land Commission, 1991 – 1992

236. Land Commission, 1994

237. Land Reform Legislation proposal, 1994

238. Land Transfers, 1992

239. Language policy / issues, 1994, 1996

240. Legal matters, 1993 – 1994

241. Leadership deployment for local elections, 1995

242. Lenasia South Management Committee, 1993

243. Letters from children of Loeriesfonein Premere Skool, 1995

244. Letters from concerned citizens of South Africa, 1993, 1995

245. Letters from children to Madiba, n.d., 1993 – 1996

246. Letters addressed to Mandela from other countries, n.d., 1991 – 1997

 

Box 23

247. Letters form American citizens, 1994

248. Letters of appreciation from the ANC leadership, 1990 – 1991

249. Letters from foreign countries, 1991 – 1994

250. Letters from foreign countries, 1995 –1997

251. Letters of gratitude sent by Madiba, 1992 – 1993

252. Letters to Nelson Mandela and Mangosuthu – Highland Park Adult Education Division Bright Centre, 1991

253. Letter from Mr Walter Sisulu to Mr Hernus Kriel regarding Mr Chris Hani, 1992 January 30

254. Letter from Krishna Naidoo of Zambia to Nelson Mandela: regarding situation in Zambia, 1995 – 1996

255. Letters from individuals in Africa, 1989 – 1996

256. Letters to Nelson Mandela from individuals concern on the coming elections (1994) and idea of new South Africa, 1993 – 1994

257. Letter to Trevor Manuel from Beryl Baker, 1995

258. Letter of thanks president Ben Ali – Tunisia

 

Box 24

259. Letters to Nelson Mandela from various Abroad, 1993

260. Letters to thank Mandela for his contribution, 1991 – 1992

261. Letters from other countries, n.d., 1990 – 1992

262. Letters to Nelson Mandela (include a foreign language), 1994

263. Letters to Nelson Mandela from various countries abroad, 1994

264. Letters from different organizations, 1993

265. Letters to Nelson Mandela from various Women’s Organizations, 1993 – 1994, 1996

266. Letters to Nelson Mandela regarding violence, 1992 – 1993, 1996

267. Letters to President Nelson Mandela, 1994

 

Box 25

268. Letters to President Nelson Mandela, n.d.

269. Letters to President Nelson Mandela, 1993

270. Letters to President Nelson Mandela, 1995

271. Letters to President Nelson Mandela, 1996

 

Box 26

272. Letters to President Nelson Mandela, 1991

273. Letters to President Nelson Mandela, 1992

274. Letters to President Nelson Mandela, 1993

 

Box 27

275. Letters from various people offering to work for South Africa, 1997

276. Local authorities against apartheid, 1993

277. Local government, 1993

278. Logistics, 1992 – 1994, 1997

279. Long Walk to Freedom

 

Box 28

280. Lucky, Mabasa, 1992 – 1994

281. Lindiwe Mabuza (includes a memorandum: an ANC/ Patriotic Front strategy regarding the South Africa Democracy Aid initiative, n.d., 1991

282. MacBride, Doris (Robert MacBride’s mother) and President Nelson Mandela, 1995

283. Madida, Morgan and Nelson Mandela: urgent and measures to be taken as a result of the death or the assassination of comrade Chris Hani, 1993 April 26

  1. Madiba contracts, 1993 – 1994

285. Mac Maharaj – regarding Nelson Mandela’s speech on the right wing, 1993 September 21

286. Majaz: request for his book inauguration to be in Lusaka or in South Africa, 1990 Nov 12

287. Manala, Manzini, 1993

288. Mandela Nelson: business related letters, n.d., 1990 – 1992

289. Mandela, Nelson and Mangosuthu Buthelezi, 1989

290. Mandela, Nelson and King Goodwill Zwelithini Zulu: a letter introducing Jacob Zuma to the King, 1994 April 29

291. Mandela, Nelson and J.N. Reddy, 1994 January 31

292. Mandela the authorized film biography, 1994

293. Mandela / De Klerk, 1992

 

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294. Mandela and Botha, 1992

295. Mandela house: Qunu, 1992 – 1993

296. Manpower Development and Human Resources, 1991

297. Mary Immaculate Queen Preschool Centre, 1996

298. Markinor Socio – Political Trends, 1992

299. Mayibuye Centre: Esiqithini the Robben Island Exhibition, 1993

300. Matters of Royal Houses of King Tsotetsi, 1994 – 1995

301. Mbere Nomtuse (NGO secretariat – convernor) and Nelson Mandela: bringing Beijing home’’ National conference, 9 –10 December 1995 Johannesburg

302. Media, 1991

303. Meer, Fatima and Nelson Mandela: draft of a chapter past – postscript

304. Mendi Msimang, 1993

305. Metropolitan and Local Councils, 1993 – 1995

306. Membership matters

 

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307. Members of Parliament (includes statements) 1991 – 1993

308. Membership Application, 1993

309. Messages of Condolences for different, 1995

310. Messages of condolences for O.R., 1993

311. Messages of support for ANC 80th Anniversary, 1992

312. Mining, 1994, 1996, 1998

313. Ministry of Constitutional Development, 1991

314. Ministry of Economic Affairs, 1994

315. Ministry of Education and Training, n.d., 1990 – 1992

316. Ministry of External Affairs, 1993

317. Ministry of Finance, 1991, 1994

318. Ministry of Foreign, 1991, 1994

319. Ministry of Health, 1995 – 1996

320. Ministry of Housing and Works, 1992

321. Ministry of Home Affairs, 1991 – 1997

322. Ministry of Justice, 1993, 1997

 

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323. Ministry of Labour, 1997

324. Minister of Manpower, 1994

325. Ministry of Sports, Arts and Culture, 1995 – 1996

326. Ministry of Welfare and Population Development, 1996

327. Ministry of Water Affairs and Forestry, 1996 – 1997

328. Ministry of Mineral and Energy Affairs, 1996

329. Ministry of Law and Order, 1991 – 1993

330. Ministry of Foreign Economic, 1992

330a.Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Iran (Oversized box)

331. Ministerie vir Provinsiale Staatkundige Ontwikkeling, 1996

332. Ministries of various government departments, 1993 – 1996

333. Ministries of various government departments, 1997

334. Mkele Nimrod, 1993

335. Momberg, J.H, 1992 – 1994

336. Morrison, A.J, n.d., 1993

337. Movement marketing enterprises, 1991 – 1993

338. Mpumalanga province and office of the President: Komati Basin Agricultural Corporation (KOBAC) Project, 1995 December 4

339. Mpumalanga Provincial Government and Office of Premier, 1995

340. Malinga Sugarboy, 1993 August 13

341. Mthembu and Mohamed Attorneys: returning exiles, 1993

342. Muhammad Ali in South Africa, 1993

343. Mzukisi Gaba and Nelson Mandela: detention in exile, 1987 – 1989

344. Nationalisation, 1991

345. National Arts Coalition, 1994

346. National Campaigns Committee, 1991

347. National Conference Preparatory Conference, 1997

348. National Constitution Week, 1997

349. National Labour and Economic Development Institute, n.d.

350. National Land Committee, 1993 – 1994

351. Naude, Beyers, 1995

 

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352. National Peace Campaign (includes drawings from the children)

353. National Peace Day, 1993

354. National Progressive Primary Health Care Network: Advocacy workshop, 1993 February 20 –23

355. National strategy workshop, 1995 May 20 – 21

356. National Transport Policy Forum, 1993

357. Native Americans, 1990

358. Ndebele S’busiso and Jessie Duarte: cleaner’s strike, which led to the closure of the schools, 1991

359. New agenda for Social Development, 1994

360. New Nation writers’ conference, 1991

361. National Lottery in South Africa, 1993

362. NGO Planning Committee for the International Conference on Population and Development, Cairo, September 1994

363. Nobel Peace Prize, 1993

364. Note on the launch of the People’s Forum in Port Elizabeth, 1993

365. Notes sent to Madiba by Parliament, 1990, 1995

366. Nkuna, Joe and Secretary General’s Office, 1993 July 21

367. Northern Transvaal Province: Office of the Premier (Border disputes between the Northern Province and Eastern Transvaal Province, 1995 July 10

368. North West Province, 1995 – 1997

 

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369.Offers to Fund ANC, 1994 – 1995

370. Office of the North West Premier, 1995

371. Office of the state president: details of remuneration of personnel and budget, 1994 – 1995

372. Office of the Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town, 1992

373. Office of the president: Throne Yebe’s Social Work scholarship, 1994

374. Office of Dr Ophelia Jatta, 1991

375. Office of the Chief Representative, 1993

376. Office of the president: Pietermaritzburg, 1997

377. Office of the president, 1994 – 1997

378. Office of the Chief Whip: Mendi Msimang, 1994

379. Office of the deputy president, 1992 – 1995

380. Office of the speaker, 1996

381. Office of the president: death penalty, 1996

 

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382.Office of the Premier (Eastern Cape), 1995 – 1996

383. Office of the Chief Representative (Japhet Ndlovu) 1993

384.Office of the president and Reddy Mampane (National Director): Establishment of the Mandela Museum, 1995 July 4

385. Office of the President and Iqbal Muhammed Jadwat, 1995

386. Office of the President: Public administration training course and a letter from Nelson Mandela to F.W. De Klerk, 1992

387. Office of the President: Madiba gifts, 1996

388. Office of Dr Beyers Naude and Dr Wolfram Kistner, 1992

389. Office of the President and Thandi Rankoe (ANC Norway): President’s De Klerk trip to Norway, 1993 November 12

390. Office of the President and Marion Sparg: debt agreement African Bank and SAYCO/ANC Youth League, 1993 August 5

391. Office of the President: Branch problems, 1996 – 1997

392. Office of the President and Bridget (Deputy Minister for Arts and Culture, Science and Technology), 1995 September 6

393. Office of the state president Nelson Mandela (copy to premier Tokyo Sexwale, Gauteng

394. Olive Harvey Middle College High School, 1993

395. Oppenheimer, Harry, 1992, 1995

396. Operation Hunger: Application for help for our relief fund, 1988, 1992

397. Operation Pacify, 1994

398. Opinions from various individuals about situation in South Africa, n.d., 1990 –1993

 

Box 35

399. Opinions about South Africa: Letters of concern, 1994

400. Opinions about South Africa: Letters of concern, 1995 – 1997

401. Opportunity Africa and president’s office: request to use president’s Mandela’s portrait as a cover in their magazine – African ventures, 1996

402. Oral History Project by Wits University, 1993

403. Organizing Committee for the return of Political Exiles, 1993

 

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404. Pacific Press Printers, 1996

405. Parliament of South Africa, 1991 – 1996

406. Peacemaking / Conflict resolution, 1991 – 1994

407. People’s concerns, 1993 – 1994, 1996 – 1997

408. Personnel’s responsible for policy in areas listed, 1994

409. Perspective on SAA Technical Cooperation, 1996 July 02

410. Pimville, Zone 3, 1990 – 1991

411. Political conditions in South Africa, 1991 – 1992

 

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412. Political matters, 1993

413. Political Prisoners, n.d.

414. Political Prisoners, 1990

415. Political Prisoners, 1991

416. Political Prisoners, 1992

417. Political Prisoners, 1993

418. Political Prisoners, 1993

419. PLO Relations with the ANC, 1991 – 1993

 

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420.Political Prisoners, 1994

421. Political Prisoners, 1995

422. Political Prisoners, 1996

423. Political Prisoners, 1997

424. Political Prisoners Indemnity, 1991 – 1992

425. Possible closure of ANC Internet facility, 1997

426. Postcards, 1993

427. Post Cold War Order: View of the Worlds Political power elite, 1994

428. Pouroulis Loucas, 1994 February 22

429. Political secretariat, 1993

430. Public Administration Introductory course, 1992

 

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431. Praise Poems for Madiba

432. Premier’s Office, 1997

433. Preparation for Madiba’s Farewell, 1997 October 15

434. President’s address mechanical engineering, 1993

435. President’s Office: Telecommunication and National Security, 1993

436. President’s Office Researcher, 1993

437. Presidential inauguration, 1994

438. President’s correspondence to sports people, 1993

439. President Nelson Mandela and Manal Tribal Authority, 1993 October 23

440. President Nelson Mandela to role players in the U.S, 1993

441. President’s Award, 1995 – 1996

442. President’s Office: includes a draft Programme of state’s visit, 1996

443. Presidency staff matters, 1992 – 1994 (i)

444. Presidency staff matters, 1992 – 1994 (ii)

 

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445. Privatization, 1993, 1996

446. Princess Irene of Greece, 1991

447. Programmes / Agenda’s, 1993

448. Programme of the president of the ANC at the OAU heads of state summit, Gaborone, Botswana 1992 October 15

449. Prominent Individuals, 1989, 1991 – 1995

450. Provincial Offices, 1995 – 1996

451. Prophets, n.d., 1989 – 1997

452. Projects, 1991 – 1994

453. Proposed Programme for June 16 Celebration, 1996 May 24

454. Proposed meeting between a delegated committee of the Association of Chief Executive Officers of Black Local Authorities with the President Nelson Mandela

455. Provinces

 

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456. Racism, 1991 – 1993

457. Radio, 1994

458. Ramaphosa, Cyril and Nelson Mandela: memorandum from regarding Mandela’s Programme, 1991

459. Ramdhani, Narrisa (Head: ANC Archives): ANC British Aerospace Scholarship, 1996 – 1997

460. Ramnarayan, K.R. and Nelson Mandela: complaints about sad state within the bylaws of the Durban City Council, 1993 February 23

461. Rajiv Gandhi Memorial International Friendship Leadership, 1992

462. Reconstruction Development Programme, 1994 – 1996

463. Regarding the Use of Nelson Mandela’s Image, 1994

464. Release of Political Prisoners, 1992

 

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465. Religious Institutions, 1991 – 1993, 1997

466. Renaissance Business Associates Conference, 1993

467. Republic of Ciskei – Office of the Council of State: information paper of the Transkei government, 1990

468. Request for a meeting with Ciskei Chief

469. Response to different letters by the Office of the President, n.d., 1991 – 1992

470. Response from the Office of the President, 1993

 

Box 43

471. Response from the Office of the President, 1994

472. Response from Raymond Sutter to the General Secretary of PUDEMO in Swaziland, 1995

473. Resignation letters from the ANC, 1991, 1993

474. Retirement, 1997

475. Rica Hodgson, 1993 – 1994

476. Robben – Island Promotion publishing and Marketing, 1993

477. Robin Cox and President’s Office: Youth Empowerment Seminars, 1996 August 19

478. Rochat, Jean – Paul

479. Rolihlahla: a poem by Mazisi Kunene

480. Ruth First 10th Anniversary Lecture, 1992

481. Rwanda appeal, 1994

 

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482. SAAF: Integration Committee, 1995

483. SABC Chairmanship

484. South African Government

485. Sanction Lifting / Investing, 1991, 1994

486. Santlo Makhudu, 1991

487. School donations, 1993

488. Schools Projects and Campaigns, n.d., 1993

489. Scheiner Jenny, 1993

490. Secretariat, 1996

491. Security at Mandela’s residence and the Shell house, 1994

492. Security forces

493. Security matters, 1993 – 1994

493a. Seal of the City and County of San Francisco

494. Seedat, Tony, 1987

495. Shaheed Rajie; Projects department, 1992

 

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496. Shooting films / documentaries, 1990 – 1991, 1993

497. Sisulu Walter, n.d., 1990 – 1991

498. Sisulu Walter, 1993 – 1996

499. Sisulu Walter, 1997

500. Sisulu, Walter and Nelson Mandela: Elias Motswaledi condition, 1993 November 30

 

Box 46

501. Southern African Advanced Education Project, 1991 – 1994

502. South Africans detained in Angola, 1992

503. Southern Africa Drought Relief Concert Controversy, 1992

504. South African Institute of International Affairs, 1990 – 1991

505. South Africa Police, 1992 – 1994

506. South African Prisoners in Zimbabwe, 1991

507. Special Pensions, 1997 – 1998

 

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508. Sports, 1992 – 1997

509. Squatter, 1993

510. Staff matters, n.d., 1991 – 1994

511. State president and Nelson, 1992 July

512. Stengel, Richard and Nelson Mandela: Richard’s complaint over his book, 1994

 

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513. Steyn, J.H. and Nelson Mandela, 1990 May 18

514. Stofile, M.A, 1997

515. Street Children, 1993

516. Strikes, 1992

517. Study offer from foreign government, 1996

518. Submissions sent in for New South Africa Flag, 1994

519. Submission by the South African Government for the Technical Committee on Constitutional Matters, 1993 May 27

520. Sub – Saharan Oil and Minerals Conference, 1993

521. Swissbourgh Diamond Mines versus the Government of South Africa, 1993 – 1994

 

Box 49

522.Tambo, O.R., 1991 – 1993

523. Tambo, O.R.: Biographical notes, Funeral arrangement for Cde O.R. Tambo

524. Taxi industry, 1993

525. Takalani Home for the Mentally Handicapped, 1992

526. Telecommunication, 1992 – 1994

527. Temporary Immunity, 1992

528. Testimony by Assistant Secretary of the State for the African Affairs; Mr Herman J. Cohen, 1992

529. Thanks and acknowledgements from ANC President, 1993

530. Tambo, Adelaide, 1993 August 13

531. T.L. Skweyiya S.C, 1992

532. The Motsuenyane Commission of Inquiry, 1993

533. The hunger project; nominations for the 7th annual Africa prize for Leadership for the sustainable end of hunger, 1993 February 25

534. The Isaiah award for the distinguished World Leadership, 1996 August 8

 

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535.The petition recognition of his Majestic King Sekhukhune III of the Bapedi Nation in Northern Transvaal province of the Republic of South Africa

536. The planning Committee for the Raymond Mhlaba’s 74th birthday celebrations

537. The use of Nelson Mandela’s image for propaganda and fundraising, 1994 – 1995

538. The Women’s Bureau of South Africa, 1993

539. Tikly, Mohammed and N. Levy: funding proposal for funding Ronald Auerbach, 1988 June 17

540. Tladi Ditshego Affair (USA), 1993

541. Traditional Healers, 1996

542. Tragedies of Marxism and Capitalism in South Africa

543. Train violence, 1992

 

Box 51

544.Training Management and Civil Services, 1992 – 1994

545. Translations (Foreign language), 1989

546. Traveling notes / dates / destinations, 1991 – 1993

547. Treason Trial History, 1956 – 1961

548. Trevor Manuel and Nelson Mandela: preparations for interview with Marshall, 15 June, n.d.

549. Tribute to Clive Menell, 1931 – 1996

550. Tshimpaka, Yanga and Nelson Mandela: president’s Mandela’s sculpture, 1996

551. Twilight Children, 1990, 1993 – 1994

552. Two paintings for Nelson Mandela, 1992

 

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553. USA Prospective Investors visits to South Africa, 1993

554. U.N. Commissioner for Refugees and ANC, 1991, 1993

555. United States of America, 1994

556. United Nations – Centre for Human Rights: Question of a draft optional protocol to the convention against torture and cruel inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment, 1992 June 12

557. U.S. business in South Africa, 1993 – 1996

558. USA: Artist for a free South Africa, 1993

 

Box 53

559. Violence in South Africa, 1993

560. Violence in Richmond, 1997

561. Violence, 1991 – 1993

562. Violence: East Rand and violence in Gauteng, 1993 – 1995

563. Violence KwaZulu Natal, 1992 – 1996

564. Visiting Artists, 1993

565. Vote for prisoners, 1993

 

Box 54

566.War Resisters, 1992

567. Wayne Gray, 1995

568. Webster, John and Billy Masetla; Security and protection services, 1993 April 21

569. Hans – Georg Weishaupt and Nelson Mandela

570. Who’s Who in the Democratic Movement; Questionnaire, 1992 March 6

571. World Cup USA 1994 South African Fair Play Ambassador, 1994

572. Writers Conference, 1991

 

Box 55

Correspondence

Congratulatory Messages on the victory of Elections

573. Companies, organizations (Asiatic countries) 1994

574. Companies (textile and clothing and telecommunications) 1994

575. Companies (abroad) 1994

576. Embassies and countries, 1994

577. Law firms, 1994

578. Organizations (international) 1994

579. People in South Africa, 1994

 

Box 56

580. Political movements / organizations, 1994

581. Municipalities, 1994 – 1995

582. Organizations and Companies (Africa) 1994

583. Various people, organizations and companies, 1994

584. From South African organizations, 1994

585. From South African organizations, 1994

586. Companies (Accountants, Advertisers) 1994

587. Organizations (international) 1994

 

Box 57

588. Congratulatory cards from Troyeville Primary for the 1994 elections

589. Congratulatory messages on elections for different individuals, 1992 – 1996

590. Congratulatory messages on election victory: Embassies, 1994

591. Congratulatory messages on election victory – companies (engineering) 1994

592. Congratulatory messages on election victory – companies (South Africa; various) 1994

 

Box 58

593. Congratulatory messages from people in South Africa, 1994

594. Congratulatory messages for the elections; foreign language

595. Congratulatory messages on being elected ANC President, 1991

596. Congratulatory messages for elections from Mission Offices, 1994

597. Congratulatory messages on elections victory – individuals (United Kingdom) 1994

598. Congratulatory messages on elections victory – individuals (various countries abroad) 1994

599. Congratulatory messages on election victory: Learning institutions1994

 

Box 59

600. Congratulatory messages on ANC election victory: Health institutions, 1994

601. Congratulatory messages on ANC election victory; Religious institutions, 1994

602. Congratulatory messages on elections victory; Individuals Australia, 1994

603. Congratulatory messages on elections victory: Individuals Asiatic Countries, 1994

604. Congratulatory messages on elections victory: Individuals in India, 1994

605. Messages of support on elections from children in various countries, 1994

606. Congratulatory messages on election victory: United States, 1994

607. Congratulatory messages on election victory: Canada, 1994

608. Congratulatory messages on election victory: Africa

609. Congratulatory messages on election victory: South Africa, 1994

 

Box 60

610. Mandela, Nelson – 75th birthday messages; Learning Institutions, 1993 July

611. Mandela, Nelson – 75th birthday messages; Foreign Relations, 1993 July

612. Mandela, Nelson – 75th birthday messages; Mission Offices, 1993

613. Mandela, Nelson – 75th birthday messages; Religious Institutions and Traditional Leaders, 1993

614. Mandela, Nelson – 75th birthday messages; Organizations (countries abroad) 1993 July

615. Mandela, Nelson – 75th birthday messages; Companies (South Africa) 1993 July

616. Mandela, Nelson – 75th birthday messages; Organizations (South Africa) 1993 July

617. Mandela, Nelson – 75th birthday messages; Individuals, 1993 July

618. Mandela, Nelson – 75th birthday messages; Companies abroad, 1993

619. Mandela, Nelson – 79th birthday messages, 1997

620. Mandela, Nelson – 75th birthday messages; ANC regional branches, 1993 July

621. Messages from President Nelson Mandela to NIZA

622. Invitation to 75th Birthday of Nelson Mandela, 1993

623. Congratulatory Messages on Mandela’s release from prison in 1990, 1996

624. Congratulatory messages – Nobel Peace Prize, 1993

 

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625. Congratulatory birthday messages, n.d., 1990

626. President Mandela’s birthday letters, 18 July 1991

627. Mandela Nelson Birthday Wishes, 1993 – 1994

628. Mandela Nelson Birthday (cards and letters) 1995

629. Mandela’s 78th birthday Party for disabled children, 1996 June

630. Birthday wishes 78 years, 1996 – 1997

631. Messages from ANC Women in the German Democratic Republic on the occassion of his 65th birthday – Berlin, 1983 June 30

 

Box 62

632. Congratulatory notes, April 27 1994

633. Congratulatory messages on elections – wishing cards, 1994

634. Letters to the President from the Children (abroad) congratulating him for being awarded the Nobel Peace Prize and general messages of support, 1994

635. Messages of support from USA, 1985 – 1986, 1993 – 1994

636. Messages of support from various Embassies, n.d., 1990 – 1991

 

Box 63

637. Messages of support, n.d., 1990

638. Messages of support, 1991

639. Messages of support, 1992

640. Messages of support, 1993

641. Messages of support, 1994

 

Box 64

642. Messages of support, 1995

643. Messages of support, 1996

644. Messages of support, 1997

645. Messages of support from other countries, 1990 – 1997

646. Letters from the supporters of the president (includes photographs) 1993 – 1995

647. Messages of support from religious groups, 1994, 1997

648. Messages of shock from different countries by irresponsible behavior of ANC member

649. Messages from Sol Plaatjie School pupils, grade 6 – Kimberly, 1994

650. Messages from Sierra Oaks, Grade 5 pupils, 1995

 

Box 65

Correspondence

Circulars/ Memorandums

651. ANC Deputy President’s memo to ANC President with regard to meeting with the UNSG ambassador Tom Wraalsen, 1992

November 27

652. ANC and NP Summit, 1992 September 28

653. ANC Mission to the United States: memorandum Dr. Louis Sullivan, U.S Secretary for Health and Human Services, 1991 March 01

654. ANC Negotiating Posture; an internal memorandum from Mbeki to P. Maduna, 1992 June 27

655. ANC President on land struggles in Northern Cape, n.d.

656. ANC Research Department Briefing no 1 and 2, 1993

657. ANC Strategic Approach to business – a memo, n.d.

658. Memorandum: The attitude of the campaign for Independent Broadcasting towards the new board of the SABC, 1993 June 9

659. Memorandum; Beryl Baker, 1994

660. Memorandum; Beryl Baker, 1995

661. Deputy Head; Department of International Affairs, 1993 November 01

662. Democratizing Argus Newspaper; Memorandum, 1994

663. Departments of ANC; Memorandum, 1993 –1997

664. Department of Political Education and Training, 1997

665. Departmental Memorandum from Beryl Baker; annual leave, 1993 May 12

666. Conditions in KwaZulu Natal; a memo, 1992 – 1993

667. Cuba’s relation to South Africa; a memo, 1993

668. Memorandum – Department of Economic Planning, 1993 – 1995

669. Departmental aims and staffing information; memo from Secretary General’s Office, 1991 July 14

670. Forthcoming Programme for Approval, 1996 August 6

671. Memo from G.B to Nelson Mandela, n.d.

672. Handling Security Funds, 1991 July 30

673. Human Rights International Launch; memo from Manala Manzini to Mathew Phosa

 

Box 66

674. Human Resource Department, 1993 – 1994

675. Immigration, 1995

676. Memo from the Information Sub – committee of the NWC on Violence April 16 1991

677. Memorandum – Information Systems department, 1993 – 1994

678. Internal memoranda, 1991 – 1991, 1995

679. From Jardine, Science and Technology Policy; invitations to the President, 1993 April 27

680. Kagiso Trust, Viva Trust and ANC, 1993 August 24

681. Memo prepared at request of Jacob Zuma instructions from the National Forum for returning exiles, n.d.

682. Memo on the revival of the evaluation commission, n.d.

683. Memo to the Office of Secretary General’s Office: Briefing document on reconstruction levy prepared by the Department of Economic Planning, 1993

684. Memo to the President of ANC from Lindelwe Mabandla; Deputy Head ANC Desk, 1993 August 04

685. Memo to the President on SA/EU trade negotiations and aircraft purchases, 1996.

686. Memorandum for NAT Research on the way forward with intelligence research initiatives in and around ANC, n.d.

687. Memorandum from Popo Molefe coordinating team, 1993 August 26

688. Memorandum to be submitted to the State President Nelson Mandela at the function to be held in the City Hall, Durban 1996 November 13

689. Memorandum to the President Nelson Mandela from SACP (KZN) on the state of the organization, 1996 November 13

690. Memorandum sent to Madiba to intervene, 1994

691. Memorandum submitted by ANC to the Technical Sub – Committee on constitutional issues, 1993

692. Memorandum used in a discussion with his Excellency Robert Mugabe; President of Republic of Zimbabwe by Mangosuthu Buthelezi, Harare 1993 31.

693. Mendi Msimang; ANC U.K. and Ireland, 1993 April 06

694. National Chairman; Range more farms in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, 1994 October 14

 

Box 67

695. Office of the Presidency; memoranda, n.d., 1991 – 1994

696. Office of the Presidency, 1993

697. Office of the Presidency, 1993

698. Office of the Presidency, 1994

699. Office of the Presidency; circulars and memos, 1992 – 1994

700. Office of the Presidency to Agnes Msimang / Bereavement Committee, 1995 November 21

 

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701. Office of the President to the Organizing Departments, 1993

702. Office of the Secretary General; situation in Ciskei, 1992 October 20

703. Office of the Secretary General, 1996 – 1997

704. Premiers and Chairpersons of the ANC in the Provinces, 1997 May

705. President’s Address to Mechanical Engineers, n.d.

706. President’s Office; memoranda Illovo sugar, 1996 June 25

707. President’s Office, 1992

708. President’s Office, n.d., 1991 – 1992, 1995 – 1996

709. President’s Research Office; Comparative electoral details, n.d.

710. President’s Research Office, 1994

711. President’s Research Office to ANC President, 1993

712. Profile on General Meiring, 1993

 

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713. Projects; Internal memos, 1993 – 1994

714. Public Relation; Internal memos, 1993 – 1994

715. Relations between traditional leaders and ANC, n.d.

716. System Policies and Procedures; Votani Mawethu, 1999

717. Secretary General, 1992 – 1994

718. Telecommunications Commission, 1993

719. Tikly Mohammed, 1994

720. Transitional government models, 1992

 

Box 70

Correspondence

Faxes

721. President’s Office Faxes, 1994 January 3 – March 3

722. President’s Office, 1994 January 17 – 21

723. President’s Office, 1994 January 10 – 16

724. President’s Office, 1994 January 17 – 18

725. President’s Office, January 17 – 24

726. President’s Office, January 18 – 25

 

Box 71

727. President’s Office, 1994 January 28 – 31

728. President’s Office, 1994 January 26 – February 05

729. President’s Office, 1994 February 8 – 9

  1. President’s Office, 1994 February 1 – 2

731. President’s Office, 1994 February 1 – 8

 

Box 72

732. President’s Office, 1994 February 2- 16

733. President’s Office, 1994 February 9 – 10

734. President’s Office, 1994 February 1 – 18

735. President’s Office, 1994 February 23 – 28

736. President’s Office, 1994 March 21 – 24

 

Box 73

737. President’s Office, 1994 March 25

738. President’s Office, 1994 March 28 – 31

739. President’s Office, 1994 April 1 – 11

740. President’s Office, 1994 April 11 – 12

741. Telegrams Congratulations Madiba on Elections Victory, 1994

 

Box 74

Correspondence

Homelands

742.Transkei, 1992

743. Military Council; Major General B. Holomisa (Transkei) 1993

744. Office of the Military Council; Republic of Transkei, 1994

745. Tribal Authorities, 1992, 1995

746. Republic of Venda, 1991

 

Box 75

747. KwaNdebele, 1991 – 1994

748. Lebowa, 1990 – 1993

749. Office of the Military Council – Republic of Transkei, 1991

750. Qwaqwa, 1992 – 1994

751. Richard Gam Mahlo – proposed interim constitutional arrangements pending new constitution for South Africa with specific reference to homelands

 

Box 76

752. Bophuthatswana, 1991 – 1992

753. Ciskei, 1991 – 1993

754. Gazankulu, 1991 – 1993

755. Kangwane, 1990 – 1993

 

Box 77

Correspondence

Invitations

756. Africa, n.d., 1990, 1992

757. Australia and New Zealand, 1990

758. Invitations to attend ceremonies, 1992

759. Invitation from other heads of state, 1992, 1994

760. Invitations to speak or attend events, 1995

761. Invitations to speak or attend events, 1995

762. Invitations from different people to attend an ANC Policy Meeting, 1997 August 26

 

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763. Far East, 1990

764. Island, 1990

765. Invitations sent to Madiba, 1991

766. Memo from Barbara Masekela to Thabo Mbeki; Invitation from President of the U.N. General Assembly, 1993 March 17

767. Invitations to speak at events, 1996

768. Invitations to speak at events, 1996 – 1997

 

Box 79

769. Invitations – Religious Institutions, 1990 – 1992

770. Invitations sent to Mandela to serve as a member, 1994

771. Western Province Christmas Choir Board; Invitation to the champ of champs, 1996 March 31

772. Invites to speak at meetings, 1993 – 1994

773. Invitation to attend a seminar on ‘’Challenges to the New South African Democracy’’, 1996 February 22

774. ANC Relations Italy and Invitations to events to the President, 1991 – 1994

775. Invitations to President Mandela and other ANC Officials, 1993

776. Invitations from Egyptian Solidarity Committee, 1991

 

Box 80

777. Invitations – Canada, 1990

778. Invitations to speak and attend events, 1996 – 1997

779. Invitations – Functions / Events, 1990 – 1997

780. Invitations – Meetings / Seminars/ Conference, n.d., 1990 – 1997

781. Invitations – Dinner / Launch, 1990 – 1993, 1995 – 1996

 

Box 81

782. Invitations – Europe, 1990 – 1992

783. Invitations – Address / speeches, 1990 – 1994, 1996 – 1997

784. Invitations sent by the President’s Office, 1994

785. Presentation Invitation of Madiba by Companies

786. Trade Ministry Workshop in U.K., 1993

787. Invitation to a Jubilation Gala in Texas, 1993 July 30

788. Invitation to BMS Pharmaceutical Head Office, 1991 November 25

789. Confirmation of Appointments, 1993

790. Invitations turned down, 1991 – 1993

 

Box 82

791. Invitations to the President from Schools, 1995 – 1996

792. Invitation Letters; Conferences / Meetings, Guest speaker and Award Presentations, 1993 – 1994, 1996

793. Invitations for meetings, 1994 – 1995, 1997

794. Reverend Leon Sullivan; Chairman and Convener African American Summit

795. Invitations to meet the President Mandela for different occasions, 1991 – 1992

796. Invitations to meet the President from the Norway, 1993

797. Invitations to meet the President Nelson Mandela, 1994 – 1996

798. Invitations to meet the President Nelson Mandela, 1993

 

Box 83

799. Invitations, 1994 August – December

800. Invitations, n.d., 1990

801. Invitations, 1993 June – July

 

Box 84

802. Invitations, 1992

803. Invitations, 1993 January – April

 

Box 85

804. Invitations, 1995 July – December

805. Invitations, 1997

 

Box 86

806. Invitations, 1993 May

807. Invitations, 1995 January – February, April – June

 

Box 87

808. Invitations, 1993 August – September

809. Invitations, 1994 January – May

 

Box 88

810. Invitations, 1993 October – December

811. Invitations, 1996

 

Box 89

812. Invitations – Southern America, 1990

813. Invitations – United Kingdom and Ireland, 1990

814. Invitations – United States, 1990 April – May

815. Invitations – United States, 1990 January – March

816. Invitations – Various countries, 1990

 

Box 90

Correspondence

Learning Institutions: Universities

817. Stellenbosch University, 1991 – 1994

818. United World Colleges, 1996 – 1997

819. Universities (various) 1989, 1991, 1993 – 1994, 1996

820. Universities (abroad) n.d., 1987,1989, 1992 – 1995

821. Universities (abroad; Middle East) 1993 – 1994

822. Universities (abroad; United Kingdom) 1992 – 1996

823. Universities abroad; United States of America, 1990, 1993, 1995 – 1996

824. Universities abroad; United States of America, 1990 – 1994, 1996

825. Universities; Africa, n.d., 1992 – 1993, 1995

826. University of Cape Town, n.d., 1990 – 1994, 1997

 

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827. Access to and quality in Higher Education; a comparative study with some thoughts on the future of Higher Education in South Africa by S.J. Saunders (Vice – Chancellor of Cape Town) 1992 January

828. Afrikaanse Handelisintituut

829. Archives Project in University of Fort Hare, 1991 – 1992

830. Communication from various departments and organizations to the University of Fort Hare, 1992 – 1996

831. Haward University, 1991 – 1992

832. Medical University of Southern Africa (MEDUNSA), 1991 –1994, 1996

833. The Norwegian Council of University visits to Fort Hare, 1992

834. Potchefstroom University, 1992 – 1995

835. Rand Afrikaans University, 1991 – 1993

836. Stanford University, 1991 – 1993

 

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837. University of Cape Town – Department of Religious Studies, 1992

838. University of Cape Town – Department of Social Anthropology, 1987 – 1989, 1991

839. University of Cape Town – Institute for the study of Public Policy, 1989, 1993

840. University of Cape Town – Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit, 1993

841. University of Cape Town – various faculties and departments, 1990, 1992 – 1993, 1996

842. University of Cape Town – The Vice – Chancellor and the Principal, 1990 – 1994

843. University of Durban – Westville, 1993 – 1994, 1997

844. University of Fort Hare, 1991 – 1995

 

Box 93

845. University of Fort Hare and President’s Office, 1992, 1996 – 1997

846. University of Fort Hare – Various departments, 1992 – 1994, 1996 – 1997

847. University of Harvard, 1991 – 1993, 1995

848. University of Massachusetts, 1989, 1992

849. University of Michigan, 1991

850. University of Natal, 1990, 1992 – 1993

851. University of Natal, n.d., 1991 – 1994, 1996

852. University of Natal – Department of Sociology, 1989, 1996

853. University of Natal – Department of Community Health, 1993

854. University of Natal – Howard College School of Law; Office of the Dean, 1989, 1993

855. University of Natal – various departments, 1989, 1994, 1996

856. University of Natal – Vice Chancellor and Principal, 1991 – 1993

 

Box 94

857. University of the North and Chancellor (Nelson Mandela), 1993

858. University of the North – the graduation ceremony, 1993, 1996

859. University of the North, 1992 – 1994

860. University of the North – Office of the Vice Chancellor, 1991

861. University of the North – Office of the Vice Chancellor, 1992

862. University of the North – Office of the Vice Chancellor, 1993 – 1994, 1997

863. University of the North – Various faculties and departments, n.d., 1991 – 1993

 

Box 95

864. University of Port Elizabeth, 1990 –1991, 1994 – 1996

865. University of Pretoria, 1990 –1994

866. University of South Africa, 1989, 1991 – 1994, 1997

867. University of Transkei, 1989, 1991, 1995, 1997

868. University of Texas at Austin, 1993, 1995

869. University of Venda, n.d., 1992 – 1994, 1996 – 1997

870. University of Witwatersrand, n.d., 1990 – 1993, 1995

 

Box 96

871. University of Witwatersrand – Department of Community Dentistry, 1993

872. University of Witwatersrand – Department of Medicine (problems facing Baragwanath Hospital, 1984 December 31

873. University of Witwatersrand – Graduate School of Business Administration, 1991, 1994

874. University of Witwatersrand – Graduation Office, 1991

875. University of Witwatersrand – Faculty of the Law, 1990, 1992 – 1993

876. University of Witwatersrand – Libraries, 1991, 1993, 1995

877. University of Witwatersrand – Performing Arts Admin, 1992 – 1993

878. University of Witwatersrand – various faculties and departments, 1990 – 1995

879. University of the Western Cape – Centre for Southern African Studies, 1992 – 1994

880. University of the Western Cape – Community Law Centre, 1992 – 1994

 

Box 97

881. University of the Western Cape – Department of Public and Adjective Law, 1992 – 1994

882. University of the Western Cape – Graduation address by B.P. O’Connel (Head: Education, Western Cape), 1995 December 14

883. University of the Western Cape – Office of the Rector and Vice Chancellor, 1989 – 1993

884. University of the Western Cape – various faculties and departments, n.d., 1990 – 1994, 1996

885. University of Zululand, 1991 – 1994

886. UPPSALA University School of Engineering, 1994 February 28

887. University of Vista, 1992 – 1994, 1996 – 1997

 

Box 98

Correspondence

Learning Institutions: Colleges / Technikons

888. Colleges, n.d., 1990 – 1995

889. College of Medicine in South Africa; Admission ceremony, 1993 September 07

890. Peninsula Technikon, 1991 – 1993

891. Promat colleges, 1993

892. Technikon, 1993, 1996

893. St. Anthony’s Adult Education Centre, 1993 November 2

 

Box 99

Correspondence

Learning Institutions: Schools

894. Centre for the study of South African Economy and International Finance, 1992

895. Klein berg Primary School, 1993

896. Clarke bury Training College, 1993

897. Message of support from different primary schools, 1996

898. Nelson Mandela Standard Academy, 1997 August 28

899. Open School on the Move, 1992 August 28

900. Project School for South Africa – Germany, 1993

901. Providence Day School, 1992 September 12

902. Rolihlahla Primary School – Emaphupheni Daveyton, 1992

903. School Projects, 1990 – 1997

 

Box 100

904. Schools – Abroad n.d., 1991 – 1997

905. Schools – South Africa, n.d., 1989 – 1993, 1995 – 1997

906. Wonder boom Flying School; Pilot Training Project Black South Africans, 1993

 

Box 101

Correspondence

Learning Institutions: Scholarships

907. ANC Scholarship, 1996 – 1997

908. Africa Educational Trust, 1990 – 1992

909. African Scholarship Fund, 1992 August 31

910. Application for Bursaries and Scholarships, 1989, 1991 – 1992, 1996

911. Different organizations and Institutions that offers Bursaries and Scholarship, 1990, 1993

912. Education; Financial requests and applications, 1993 – 1995

913. Educational Programmes, 1992 – 1993

914. Joint Education Trust, 1992 – 1994

915. Joint Education Trust, 1994 – 1995

916. Recommendations from different individuals, 1993

917. Request for a scholarship for Miss Boniwe Maponya, 1992

918. Scholarship applications for students in South Africa, 1989

 

Box 102

Correspondence

Personal Assistants

919. Baker, Beryl and B. Sediane (Environmental Affairs and Tourism office of the MEC); President’s Children’s Party

920. Baker, Beryl and Ian Hall, 1993 December 3

921. Baker, Beryl, 1993 (1)

 

Box 103

922. Baker, Beryl, 1993 (2)

923. Baker, Beryl and John Samuels; Teleconferencing and Distance Education, 1993 December 31

924. Baker, Beryl, 1994

 

Box 104

925. Barbara Masekela, 1994

926. Baker Beryl and D. Lambert; Principles of growth by D. Lambert, 1994

927. Baker Beryl, 1995 (1)

 

Box 105

928. Baker Beryl, 1995 (2)

  1. Baker Beryl, 1996

 

Box 106

930. Jessie Duarte, 1991 – 1992

  1. Jessie Duarte, 1993

 

Box 107

932. Jessie Duarte, 1994

933. Joyce Stofile, 1994 – 1995

934. Joyce Stofile, 1996

935. Thoko Mavuso, 1991, 1993, 1995 –1996

 

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936. Barbara Masekela, n.d., 1991 – 1992

937. Barbara Masekela, 1993

938. Barbara Masekela, 1993

 

Box 109

939. Beryl, Baker, 1996

940. Beryl, Baker, 1997 (1)

941. Beryl, Baker, 1997 (2)

 

Box 110

Correspondence

Requests

942. President’s Office and Theatre Director Canada; request for presidents personal assistance towards the granting of a Canadian honor upon Miriam Makeba, 1995 November 3

943. Requests for assistance from people in other countries, n.d., 1996 – 1997

944. Requests – general, n.d.

945. Requests for assistance – general, 1990

946. Requests for assistance – general, 1991 – 1992

947. Requests for assistance – general, 1993 – 1994

 

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948. Requests for assistance – general, 1995 – 1997

949. Requests for autographs and photographs, 1990

950. Requests for autographs, 1993

951. Requests for autographs, 1996

 

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952. Requests for autographs, 1991 – 1992

953. Requests for autographs, 1994

954. Requests for autographs, 1995

955. Requests for autographs, 1995

956. Requests for autographs, 1997

 

Box 113

957. Requests for autographs, n.d.

958. Requests / call for peace, 1993

959. Requests from other countries, 1991, 1993 – 1997

960. Request for donations from business, 1992 – 1993

961. Request for donation; Youth Emergency Service, 1993

962. Request for donations, 1990 – 1997

 

Box 114

963. Application for financial assistance for establishment of KwaNtshunqe old age home and children’s home at Elliot dale, 1992

964. Requests for funding projects; Eldorado Park for Brotherhood Organization

965. Requests for financial assistance, n.d.

966. Requests for financial assistance, 1992 – 1993

967. Requests for financial assistance, 1994

968. Requests for financial assistance, 1996

969. Requests for financial assistance, 1997 – 1998

 

Box 115

970. Requests for financial assistance, 1995

971. Requests for Information from children, 1990 – 1993

972. Requests for Information, 1994 – 1995

973. Request for Mandela’s intervention, 1991 – 1992

974. Request for Mandela’s intervention, 1993

975. Request for Mandela’s intervention, 1995

976. Request for Mandela’s intervention, 1996

 

Box 116

977. Requests for Mandela’s intervention, n.d.

978. Requests for Mandela’s intervention, 1993

979. Requests for Mandela’s intervention, 1994

980. Requests for interview, 1997

 

Box 117

981. Request for Interviews (includes a book on art paintings)

982. Request to interview the president, 1990

983. Request for interviews, 1991

984. Request for interviews, 1992

985. Request for interviews, 1995

 

Box 118

986. Request for interviews, n.d

987. Request for interviews, 1993

988. Request for interviews, 1996

989. Request for help from Actions de Development pour la Republique Democratique du Congo, 1997

990. Request for help – Mandela Children’s Fund, 1996 – 1997

991. Request for help regarding employment, grant / pension, 1991, 1993 – 1994

992. Requests from pensioners and former prisoners, 1993 – 1994

993. Request by the ANC for licensing of firearms, 1993

994. Requests to use Mandela’s image, 1992 – 1995

995. Requests for membership applications, 1993 – 1997

996. Request to paint Mandela, 1995

997. Request for a residential place, 1996 August 1

998. Request to do Mandela’s sculpture, 1993

 

Box 119

Correspondence

Visits

999. Beryl Baker and Jacob Zuma; provincial visit of the president to KwaZulu Natal, 1996 November 13 / 14

1000. Gandhi, Sonia – visit to South Africa, 1995

1001. Issues of concern from Butterworth business community during President Mandela’s visit to Butterworth, 1993 November 08

1002. Intended visit of Dutch Prime Minister Lubbers, 1992

1003. Letters to the President appreciating his visit to USA, 1993

1004. Mandela visit to United States, 1990 – 1992

1005. Madiba’s local trips, 1993

1006. President’s visit to the provinces, 1996

 

Box 120

1007. President’s visit to Northern Transvaal, n.d.

1008. PWV Region (includes presidents visit), 1992 –1994

1009. President’s visit to Middle East, 1991 – 1993, 1998

1010. President’s visit to India, n.d., 1990, 1997

1011. President’s visit to Scandinavian countries, 1991, 1993, 1995

1012. President’s visit to Germany, 1990, 1993

1013. President’s visit to France, 1990, 1993

1014. President’s visit to Port Elizabeth, 1996 – 1997

1015. President’s visit to various countries, n.d., 1990 – 1993, 1997

 

Box 121

1016. President’s visit to Asia, 1990 – 1994, 1996 – 1997

1017. President’s visit to United States, 1993, 1995

1018. President’s visit to Western Cape, 1993, 1996

1019. President’s visit to Northern Cape, 1992 – 1993, 1995 – 1997

 

Box 122

1020. President’s visit to Netherlands, 1992 – 1994

1021. President’s visit to West and North Africa, 1991

1022. Request of visit by foreign countries, 1990

1023. USA / British Tour; Portugal, Belgium

1024. Visit to South Africa – Various people, 1990 – 1993

1025. Visit of Lehyan Pesugirathu to Durban, 1990 April 12

1026. Visit – Africa, 1990 – 1993, 1995

1027. Visit of President Nelson Mandela to Natal province, 1993

 

Box 123

1028. Visits – general, 1990

1029. Visits – general, 1991

1030. Visits – general, 1992

1031. Visits – general, 1993

1032. Visits – general, 1994

1033. Visits – general, 1996

1034. Visits – general, 1997

1035. Visits – United Kingdom, 1990 – 1993, 1996 – 1997

 

Box 123a

Correspondence

Personal Letters

1036. Nelson Mandela – letters from various individuals, n.d., 1987, 1990

1037. Nelson Mandela – letters from various individuals, 1991 – 1992

1038. Nelson Mandela – letters from various individuals, 1992 – 1994

1039. Nelson Mandela – letters from family and friends, 1990, 1992 – 1995

1040. Letters in foreign language, 1990 – 1991

1041. Release of Mandela messages, 1990

 

Box 124

Series II – Discussion Documents

1. Adic community development Programme- Awareness and prevention of alcohol and drug abuse in schools, Umtata, 1996

2. Agreement on finance service rendering, 1993

3. Affirmative action in post apartheid South Africa (Affirmative action conference in Port Elizabeth, 1991 October 10-12)

4. African Institute of Technology –working paper Johannesburg, 1991 September

5. ANC and the civics, 1991

5a ANC constitution, 1994

6. ANC condition of employment for staff- draft, 1991

7. ANC department structure –policy-formulating departments, n.d.

8. ANC documents, 1991,1994 -1995

9. ANC focusing on the jobs, n.d.

10. ANC focus on women, 1994 March 6-12

 

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11. ANC foreign policy in a new democratic South Africa, 1993

12. ANC 48th National Conference –Durban, 1991

13. ANC Heads of Departments; 1993

14. ANC housing focus week, n.d.

15. ANC later regional meeting, 1993

16. ANC health policy-Western Cape; a draft discussion on ANC Health policy, n.d.

17. ANC language policy considerations, n.d.

18. ANC national conference, 1997

19. ANC national conference discussion papers, 1997 June

20. ANC on affirmation in post apartheid South Africa, n.d

21. ANC on machinery of government required to serve the President, 1994

22. ANC policy documents 1 draft document, n.d., 1991,1993-1994

 

Box 126

23. ANC policy framework on the usage of cellular phones and pagers, (1996)

24. ANC policy guidelines, 1992

25. ANC recommendations to secretary general of UN regarding operational aspects of UN monitoring group in SA, 1992 July

26. ANC regional policy, 1993

27. Apples non-profit grants program guidelines, n.d.

28. Armed action and related activities with special reference to organized military group of the ANC –draft-working paper, n.d.

29. Assessment of the 10th Party Congress, 1998

30. Attempts to prevent the Boipatong massacre

31. Afrikaner-Volksfront perspective, 1993

32. Background information on the nationalities question in the Soviet Union, n.d.

33. Bophuthatswana, n.d.

34. Briefing document on ANC rationalization process, 1997 Feb 23

35. Briefings on the Civil service of South Africa, n.d., 1992

36. Briefing to foreign diplomats, n.d.

37. Banking on Privatization, n.d.

38. Buthelezi and Inkatha by Thomas Karris, n.d.

 

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39. Centre against apartheid, 1992

40. Centre against apartheid: United Nations education and training Programme for Southern Africa: an overview, 1992 June

41. Center for development studies, 1991

42. Certification of administrative rules and rules and regulation, 1985

43. Challenges facing our universities, n.d.

44. Challenges of the current situation (1993)

45. Character of the ANC- the terrain on which we are operating, n.d.

46. Church, 1990

 

Box 128

47. Code of conduct for offices elected representatives and members of the ANC, n.d.

48. Code of conduct of other organization / companies, 1992 November 5

49. Composite response of the fourteen regions (draft regional policy) National consultative conference on regional policy, 1993 March 19-21

50. Conferencia internacional sobre privatizacao montagem de operacoes de privatizacao, 1988

51. Constitution of the ANC as adopted at its 48th National conference, (1992)

52. Constitution of the republic of South Africa Bill as amended by the constitutional committee, prepared by constitutional Assembly- republic of South Africa, 1996 May 6

53.Clarkebury Education Institution: Development project, 1996

 

Box 129

54. Development a strategic perspective on South African foreign policy- discussion paper prepared by N.E.C.sub –committee on International relations, n.d.

55. Development and democratization: European Southern African partnership, 1993

56. DIP media seminar, 1991

57. Discussion paper written by members of women’s league, n.d., 1993

58. Double take no15 December 1993

59. Document for Development strategies for positioning the medical profession in a changed South African, 1993

60. Document on “Marxism & Ingqindi” (handwritten) n.d.

61. Draft guidelines and Programme for a new South African civil service, n.d., 1993

62. Draft mineral and energy policy, 1995

63. Draft discussion document: Political violence in Natal and the way forward 1992 November 4

64. Draft paper on the extended political strike, 1992

65. Draft policy tourism (Project Proposal Tourism Policy Development Programme), 1994 April

66. Draft representation on Goldstone Commission (includes notes on the meeting with Judge Goldstone), 1992

 

Box 130

67. Economic development association of S.A: a plan for now and the future

68. Economy: South Africa, 1991 – 1992

69. Edward Njock, 1996 July 1

70. Education policy conference- Berea, Johannesburg, 15-17

71. Employment service: A framework Document for the agency

72. The executive in South African constitution, 1993

73. Federalism, 1992

74. Foreword to merge vision statement and macro economic policy framework document, by Nelson Mandela, n.d.

75. Format of annual report, n.d

76. Forum for a new Democratic order, n.d., 1992

77. 40th Annual convention of the institute of personnel management, 1996

78. Framework document on government of national unity prepared by Gauteng province department of local and regional government, 1993

79. Future environment policy for a changing South Africa – ANC discussion paper on environment policy for a new South Africa prepared by Max Sisulu and Sangweni, n.d.

80. Future of the armed forces of Transkei, Bophuthatswana, Venda, Ciskei – Expectations and prospects- paper presented by Brig M.G. Ramushwana, n.d.

 

Box 131

81. General guidance on personal security measures, n.d.

82. Global viewpoint expert’s books by Nelson Mandela; The core of South Africa’s foreign policy: making the world safe for diversity by Nelson Mandela, n.d.

83. Goldstone commission of enquiry on gatherings

84. Government gazette: commission for administration act 19984,Gazette 1989 26 May 1994 14 Jan 1994 17 February

85. Grondwet van die republic van Suid Afrika, 1983

86. Guidelines on ANC system and procedures, 1992

87. Guidelines on functions within ANC, 1992

88. Guidelines on strategy and tactics of the ANC, 1991

 

Box 132

89. Internal discussion document: The public sector in the RSA and TBVC States, 1992 September 30

90. International aviation policy, n.d.

100. International freedom Foundation, 1993

101. Interim bill of rights for new republic of South Africa, 1994

102. Interim Government, n.d.

103. Introduction to the South African police strategic plan, 1993 October 19

104. Impact of the political violence on women and recommendations for remedies- submission to the technical committee on violence –prepared by commission on the emancipation of women, 1993 September 3

105. Institute for the advancement of journalism, n.d.

 

Box 133

106. Japanese Commercial interests in South Africa by Eliphas G. Mukono weshuro- University of Zimbabwe, n.d.

107. Kings and Paramount chiefs of neighboring countries, n.d.

108. KwaZulu Natal constitutional changes, 1992-1993

 

Box 134

110. Land Restitution, n.d.

111. Land restitution, n.d.

112. Land question and housing/ land charter, n.d.

113. Leadership (1996)

114. Local government transition Bill, n.d.

 

Box 135

115. Macro-economic policy –papers, 1992-1996

116. A macro economic framework for growth employment and redistribution (GEAR), 1996 May

117. Making diversity work: -A diversity workshop for basic training in the South African police service, n.d.

118. Managing diversity: a training Programme on the effective selection and management of male and female staff from diverse backgrounds, n.d.

119. Managing the period of transition, 1990 November 19

120. Memo on the revival of the evaluation Commission, n.d.

121. Multi party negotiations, 1993

 

Box 136

122. National constitution conference, n.d.

123. National governor’s association, 1988,1990

124. National health plan for S.A. ANC health Dept, 1994 January

125. National institute for economic policy phase one: The macro economic research group (MERG), 1992 January

126. National lottery, 1993

127. National Party: constitutional rule in a participatory democracy, 1991

128. National Party constitutional debate, 1988,1991-1992,1996-1997

129. National Patriotic Front, 1991

130. National peace keeping force- notes on discussions, n.d.

131. National question in S.A, n.d.

132. New public administration initiatives for South Africa- a concept paper towards Programme of action

133. National Youth Service, 1993

 

Box 137

134. Need for a gendered perspective from the ANC and its cadres, n.d

135. New nation writer’s conference, 1991 December

136. Notes on countries: include background notes for the proposed meeting between the State president and the vice president U.S. Al Gore, 1994 May 10

137. Notes for interview: two and half years of democratic government, n.d.

138. Notes on priority for the economy, [1991]

139. Notes on disciplinary procedure for full time staff, n.d.

140. Opinion polls: how do the parties fare; by John Atchison (Center for Adult Education University of Natal Pietermaritzburg), 1991 May 9

141. Organization governance and funding of school – a draft document for discussion Pretoria, 1995 November

 

Box 138

142. Parliamentary (ANC) discussion document, 1994

143. Patriotic front conference (NWC discussion document draft), 1992 – 1993

144. Pedagogy of a decade of organization of African unity (OAU) summits at Ahmadu Bello University (A.B.U), 1978-1988

145. Phase four: rolling mass Action stage 1, 1992 August- October

146. Plan for East Rand violence, 1994

147. Policies, 1993

148. Policy option: pension fund arrangement in the public sector, 1993

149. Policy guidelines (ANC), 1992

150. Politics of gender: a discussion of the Malibongwe conference papers and other current paper within the ANC- conference on woman and gender in Southern Africa –University of Natal (Durban), 1991 January 30 –February 2

151. Policy document for different departments, 1992-1994

 

Box 139

152. Policies towards foreign investment for a future democratic government of South Africa, 1992 January

153. Portuguese Economic, 1983-1984

154. Portuguese financial markets and investments seminar, 1990 October 3-4

155. Position paper of the Inkatha Freedom Party for submission at CODESA meeting of 1992 February

156. Preparing for government and reconstruction – the organization structure of the ANC – where to now, n.d.

157. Programme in public service management, n.d, 1992-1994

158.”Progress in Talk “paper prepared for PWV ANC regional workshop by Raymond Suttner, 1990 November17

159. Proposed motor vehicle policy of the ANC, n.d.

160. Proposed South African Trust for equity and development, 1991

 

Box 140

161. Public service, 1992-1994

162. Quantitative analysis of some possible expectations for the Hostel – township violence, n.d.

163. Regional government transition process relating to the budgeting and accountability reporting, 1994

164. Regional government under apartheid, [1993]

165. Reincorporating of the TBVC (memos), 1991-1992

166. Refined working draft – 4th edition –by constitutional assembly, 1996 March 20

 

Box 141

167. Reorganization of ANC post- elections dismission document, 1994 May

168. Republic of South Africa companies Act, 1973

169. Resume of Trevor Huddleston’s book, n.d.

170. Review and assessment of privatization prospects in Portugal, 1986

171. Role of traditional leaders, 1993

172. Role of homelands in a future South Africa, address by major –General H.B.Holomisa chairman of military council of Transkei to AIESEC winter school held at Witwatersrand, 1990 July 9

173. Role of the development bank a document South Africa, 1993

 

Box 142

174. South African Broadcasting Company, n.d.

175. Sanctions: briefing by Frene Ginwala, 1991

176. South African economy, n.d.

177. Schiller institute policy proposal, 1991

178. Shape of social security in South Africa, n.d.

179. South African police: the view from Boipatong by P.A.J Wadding ton, n.d.

180. South Africa and the world: a new vision by Aziz Pahad, n.d.

181. South African human rights foundation, n.d.

182. State and social transformation, 1996 September

183. State of Ciskei: two months after lifting of state of emergency, n.d.

184. State of the organization SACP Northern Cape, 1996

185. State economic agenda, 1992

 

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186. State of the nation: the road to victory, the path to power, n.d.

187. Strategy and tactics as adopted at the 49th national conference, 1994 December

188. Strategic perspective debate, 1992

189. Strategic government structures, 1993 January

190. Strategies for regional planning of the minerals industry in Southern Africa, the case of the SADCC, (chapter 1-11) 1990

191. Strategies for regional planning of the minerals industry in Southern Africa: the case of the SADCC, (chapter 12-17) 1990

 

Box 144

192. Strategies for regional planning of the minerals industry in Southern Africa: the case of the SADCC, (chapter 18-last) 1990

193. Strategy for the higher education sector ANC discussion document, n.d.

194. Strategy framework for the constitution- making process, n.d.

195. Structure of the president’s office, n.d.

196. Structure for human rights in a changing South Africa by Dullah Omar, 1993

197. Structure of the “building the ANC” section, n.d.

198. Structure and functioning of the presidency in terms of the transitional constitution, 1994

199. Swedish social democratic party: organizational structure, 1993 January

200. Summary of public sector legislation, n.d.

201. Summary of written and oral submissions presented to the sub-committee investigating the participation in CODESA of the Zulu king and traditional leaders, n.d.

202. Summit between the ANC and the government 1992, 26 September

 

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203. Taking the RDP forward paper prepared by ANC national working committee, 1994 June 14

204. Task of the ANC –Think Tank, 1994

205. Terms of reference for working group for convention for a democratic South Africa (CODESA), [1991]

206. Tourism entrepreneur training, 1993 28 November-3 December

207. Tourism: The key to the future; an imperative for the Reconstruction and Development Programme compiled and written by Peter R Mokaba (Executive Chairperson National Tourism Forum) n.d.

208. Tourism- the key to the future; an imperative for the reconstruction and development Programme compiled and written by Peter R Mokaba, executive chairperson national tourism, 1994, February 25-26

209. Towards the twenty first century, n.d.

210. Towards a media charter, n.d.

211. Towards a development strategy for changing South Africa, 1993 July

212. Towards a democratic language policy for South Africa; a paper presented at the international culture and development conference, 1993 25April –1 May

213. Towards a national policy and strategy for national resource conservation and management in South Africa 1994-1995

214. Thoroughbred racing investments, [1992]

215. TBVC States, [1994]

 

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216. Training women for national, regional and local office – draft submitted by the women’s development foundation, 1993 November

217. Transforming government and the public service- some strategic considerations – ANC national executive committee memorandum, 1994 April 15

218. Transforming the police and other security service/ forces, 1990

219. Tripartite alliance summit: draft discussion document, 1998 June

220. Twilight children (street children project in Johannesburg) n.d.

221. United nation center against apartheid, 1991,1993

222. Understanding GEAR (Growth employment and distribution) n.d.

223. Winnie Mandela- profile in courage and defiance compiled by center against apartheid, 1978 February

224. Women, work and liberty, n.d.

225. Women’s charter campaign- draft discussion paper, n.d.

226. World summit for social development- New York, 1994 August 22-24

227. Which way to a democratic constitution? A Comparison of National Party and ANC constitution proposals – political education discussion paper no.2 1991 November

228. Workshop economic policy for post-apartheid South Africa- Harare, 1990 April 28- May 1

229. Youth Development initiatives, 1993

230. ”You don’t know whether to prepare for the future or wait for promises” some aspects of church land ownership in South Africa – Surplus people project research paper, 1993

 

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Series III – Minutes of Meetings

1. Action council, 1992-1993

2. Agenda and Documentation for the meeting of the negotiation council, 1993

3. Africa scholarship fund, 1992

4. African scholarship Fund, 1992

5. Aide memoirs, 1992

6. ANC campaign meeting, 1992-1993

7. ANC meeting, 1994 July 11

8. ANC REC Empangeni (Minutes), n.d.

9. ANC REC Midlands, n.d.

10. ANC Sida meeting, 1994 March 4

11. Cabinet secretariat – minutes of the meeting, 1997 January 24

12. Civil service unity meeting, n.d., 1992-1993

13. Coalition against state murder and corruption, 1992

14. Cold comfort farm trust- Zimbabwe institute of Southern Africa, 1992

15. Cor-ordinating team meeting, 1993

16. Crime prevention: Business against crime, 1995

 

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17. De klerk, F.W and ANC meeting on the release of political prison, M.K. weapons and Inkatha, 1991 September 3

18. Department of education meetings: meeting on education of the state President with representatives of the various organizations – union buildings, Pretoria 1991 August 19

19. Elections commission, 1993

20. Election management team, 1992

21. European parliament, 1992

22. Evaluation commission, 1992 October

23. FTP and ANC meeting, 1992 November 25

24. Fundraising meeting, 3 April 1993

25. Housing needs of South Africa meeting (a Malaysian proposal)

26. Interacting with right-wingers, 1996

27. International solidarity conference, 1993

28. International fundraising consultant, 1991

29. Interim leadership core meeting Johannesburg, 1990 May 8.

30. Inter-regional summit, 1993

 

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31. Joint ANC-Tic- Nic meeting, 1992

32. Joint Education Trust, 1992-1993

33. Joint Education Trust; meeting of the board of trustees, 1994 October18

34. Joint Standing Committee, 1994

35. Library committee meeting, 1994

 

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36. Mandela Nelson and Dos Santos –meeting, 1990

37. Meeting between ANC official and religious leaders, 1997 February

38. Meeting between government officials and ANC officials, 1994 March 1

39. Meeting between ANC and the movement for multi- party democracy (MD), 1992

40. Meeting between Irish independent newspapers and ANC, 1994

41. Meeting between N. Mandela ANC members and opinion makers Karos Hotel, wilderness, 1991

42. Meeting held between cde O.R. Tambo – CONTRALESA, 1992

43. Meeting with ANC officials, 1993-1996

44. Meeting with Cuba/ Swedish delegates, n.d.

45. Meeting with homeland leaders, 1991

46. Meeting with presidential delegation – ANC Northern Transvaal, 1992 March 18

47. Minutes – NRM meeting with Regional Executive Committee of the ANC/ ANCYL/ ANCWL, n.d.

48. Minutes – NRM meeting with Regional Executive Committee of Western Cape structures, n.d.

49. Minutes of the management team meeting, 1994 December 7

50. Minutes of the meeting to discuss the Kennedy school of government / EEC proposal, 1992 August 26

51. Minutes- meeting with ANC membership in Namaqualand /Springbok, n.d.

52. Minutes of the operations committee: National peace Accord, 1991 October 16

53. National Secretariat, 1991

54. Negotiation commission, 1993-1994

55. Notes form Joint planning committee and co-ordinating team meeting, 1993

 

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56. Patriotic Front Conference, 1992

57. Political secretariat minutes, 1993-1994

58. Presidency staff meeting, 1993, 1997

59. President of the ANC Nelson Mandela, 1992

60. President’s fund meeting held at 6 third Avenue, Park Town 1994 September 29

61. Programme of action- retreat at Skukuza, 1993 May 12-16

62. Provincial elections committee, 1996

63. PSI Joint education trust, 1995 April 25

64. PWV election political committee meetings, 1993

65. PWV (ANC) regional executive Committee, 1992

66. Record of discussion of evaluation commission core, 1992 October 21

67. Regional executive committee meeting, 1993 February 9

 

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68. Scholarship and selection committee meeting, 1996-1997

69. Secretariat meeting, 1992 February 3 1998

70. Shell house staff forum, 1996

71. Social international, 1993

72. South Africa research and development trust meeting, meeting of trustees, 1994 December 15

73. Staff meeting, 1995- 1996

74. Sub- committee meeting, 1993 March 29

75. Summit of patriotic front forces in CODESA, 1992

76. Sweden Concerning Humanitarian Assistance and ANC, November 1993

77. Taxi industry; 1993

78. Trade union representatives, n.d.

79. Transnet (ANC) meeting, 1993

80. Treasury working committee; 1990-1993

 

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Series IV – Reports

1. The activities of the Joint Working Committee Group on Education established at a meeting held on 25 February 1991 between delegation led by the state President and the President of the African National Congress

2. Achieving health for all by the year 2000, midway reports of country experience, n.d.

3. Addressing the business of sector with the view of developing relationships and funding

4. Africa Group meeting held at Malawian High Commissioner’s residence, 1993 July 29

5. African Global Proposal, 1995

6. Agenda and major points of discussion for the meeting with ANC Secretary-General and South African National Civic Organizations (SANCO), 1999

7. Agreed minutes between ANC and the Royal Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Johannesburg, 1992 February 6

8. Agreed terms of reference for working groups for CODESA, [1992]

9. Alliance Summit, 1997

10. Amakhosi Conference, 1992 May 14, includes petition to CODESA management committee drawn up by a delegation of Amakhosi of Kwa-Zulu

11. Amandla tours, 1991

12. Amendments to strategy and tactics documents (NEC National Conference discussion document)

 

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13. Analysis of the referendum campaign coverage undertaken by South African Broadcasting Corporation Television one news at 8pm, submission by the campaign for open media to CODESA Working Group one, n.d.

14. ANC Assessment of President’s State of the Nation address, 1997 February 9

15. ANC/Black business meeting held at Indaba Hotel, 1990 December 3-4

16. ANC black business forum, 1993, includes some correspondence

17. ANC campaigns section report, 1992

18. ANC comment on the South African Law Commission’s report on Group and Human Rights, 1991

19. ANC Congress resolution on the campaign in the motor industry, 1993 August 31

20. ANC Constitution, 1994 includes document, n.d.

21. ANC delegation with Director-General and Directors of President de Klerk’ office, 1993 August 16

22. ANC detention camps: a victim’s story (Muzi Twala), story published at Freedom Bulletin, 1992 September

23. ANC 80th Anniversary Publication history project, n.d.

24. ANC employment procedures, n.d.

25. ANC engagement strategy workshop, 1992 (includes correspondence and discussion document)

26. ANC Evaluation Task Force, 1992-1993, (includes correspondence)

 

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27. ANC Fundraising support recommendations in Japan, n.d.

28. ANC 49th National Conference, 1994

29. ANC National Conference, Mafikeng, 1997 December 16-20 Includes resolution on economic transformation. Report pf ANC on policy strategic planning workshop

30. ANC Finance Committee reports, 1992-1993 (Includes minutes)

31. ANC Financial reports, 1995-1997

32. ANC group on government administration at the Institute of Public Administration in Ireland, 1992 November 15 – December 11

33. ANC Inter-Regional meeting, 1993 June 7, Includes a delicate balance: reconstructing regionalism in South Africa (discussion paper). Regional forum

34. ANC Inter-Regional Summit, 1993 July 31 – August 1. Includes ANC women’s League input to Inter-Regional Summit (a discussion paper)

35. ANC international fund raising video script, 1993 March 19

36. ANC International Solidarity Conference, 1993

37. ANC language policy considerations, 1992

 

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38. ANC Membership statistics, national, 1991 October

39. ANC National Committee structures [1995]

40. ANC National Conference, 1991

41. ANC National Conference, n.d.

42. ANC National Conference, Durban, 1991 July. Includes land manifesto for the National Conference. Draft resolution for the National conference. Report of the Treasurer-General. Declaration of the 48th National conference of ANC

43. ANC National Conference, Durban, 1991 July

44. ANC national list for National Assembly results, 1994 January 16

45. ANC organization meeting on drought and development in the rural areas, 1992 October 6

46. ANC organizational report of the National Executive Committee, 1991

47. ANC policy guidelines, “Ready to Govern”

48. ANC Free State Provincial report on the Cycad plants issue, [1995]

 

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49. ANC staff issues, 1993

50. The ANC supports the investigation being conducted by Auditor-General into allegations of corruption against members of provincial government, n.d.

51. ANC workshop to discuss a strategy for engaging with minority constituencies in Gauteng Province, 1997 April 12

52. ANC U.S. study tour report, 1993

53. ANC research Department: information update, number 3-4, August 1993

54. ANC research library reports, 1992-1993, 1995-1996. Includes guide to using ANC research library. Library Unit business plan, 1996

55. ANC political prisoners, n.d.

56. ANC programme of action for 1998

57. Annual report of the ANC presidency, 1996

58. Annual report by Education Department, 1993

59. Annual report of staff forum, n.d.

60. APLA activities, 1993

61. Arrangements for Nelson Mandela to address Indian community in Southern Natal

62. Assessment of organization, 1993

 

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63. ANC submission to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC), 1997

64. The battle for Angola, the South African Connection, [1992]

65. Board of Trustees of the Design Foundation for the establishment of the Montebello Design Centre, Cape Town, 1991 May 15

66. Bilateral talks between the ANC and the government on the issue of violence and security related matters, 1993 January 20 – 21

67. Bilateral talks on a national defense force, 1993

68. Black Business Forum, 1993

69. The bombing of PAN AM flight 103 Libya’s responsibility

70. Briefing document on obstacles to the creation of free political climate, n.d.

 

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71. Briefing notes: visits. Includes visit to Mpumalanga and Eastern Cape

72. Briefing for editors, re: the arrest of General Magnus Malan and others on the November 1995 at Carlton hotel (Johannesburg)

73. Briefing notes, 1992 October 4

74. Briefing on the peace process, 1991 November

75. British Aerospace scholarship, submission to NWC, 1996 June 12

76. Cape Town visit, a report

77. Cabinet office, office of the Minister for the Civil Service, 1989-1991

78. Call of Islam: pilot housing project for the Thembelihle homeless community, 1995

79. Campaign for peace and democracy, 1992

80. Canon Collins, 1992-1993

81.CBI conferences: South Africa, a focus on the changing economic priorities, 1993

82. Changing the South African intelligence dispensation

83. Chieftaincy, the ethnic question and democratization process in South Africa, 1993 March

84. Children and juveniles in the prisons of South Africa, 1989, 1993-1994. Includes “the rights of children in the international law” by Bertus de Velliers

85. Children in Westville prison: recommendations regarding care of children in prison in South Africa, 1994 February

86. Children’s homes fun day, photographs and drawings, 1995

 

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87. Commission on National structures, constitutional guidelines and codes of conduct, 1985

88. Commission report

89. ANC report from 6.3 Committee: Public Protector

90. Comments on reports presented to a member of Advisory Committee, Human Research Council

91. Communications 2000: a vision for government communications in South Africa, 1996

92. CBF community Business Forum, [1991]

93. Conferences (various), 1991-1994. Includes New Zealand Law conference on South Africa: towards a culture of democracy. The British-South African conference. World Economic Forum. Unity of Man World Conference. World Sindhi International conference

94. Community Agency for Social Enquiry (CASE), National Youth survey for Joint Enrichment Project (JEP), 1993 June

95. Conference of international apartheid forces, n.d.

96. Conference on affirmative action in a new South Africa, programme, Port Elizabeth, 1991 October 10-12

97. Conference on the challenges of apartheid, 1991

98. Conference on people empowerment social transformation in South Africa, 1993

99. Constitutional affairs, 1994

100. Constitutional Assembly, 1995-1996

 

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101. Children’s project

102. Chronology of events at Sebokeng hotel, 1995 October 4

103. Civil service reports, 1992-1993

104. Commission and Committees of Inquiry: financial and general administration, 1993

105. Coalition against state murder and corruption, 1992

106. Commissions annual reports. Includes election commission. Commission on the Emancipation of Women, 1993

107. Commission of Enquiry (Motsuenyane)

108. Commission of Inquiry: incidents that led to the violence and death on the 11th March 1994, former Bophuthatswana, 1996 August 6

109. Commission of Inquiry into complaints by former ANC prisoners and detainees, 1992

110. Commission of Inquiry into lotteries, sport, pools, etc, 1993

111. Commission of Inquiry into Western Transvaal, [1993]

112. Commission of Inquiry into recent developments in Angola, 1984

113. Commission of Inquiry regarding the prevention of public violence and intimidation, 1994 January 18

114. Commission for Religions Affairs, 1997

115. Commission of Inquiry regarding the prevention of public violence

116. Commission of Inquiry into the ANC Women’s League, 1995 June

 

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117. Constitution meeting, 1993

118. Convention on the elimination of all forms of discrimination against women, n.d.

119. Culture and Development Conference (CDC), Johannesburg Civic Theatre, 1993 May 1

120. Debates on law (South African International law)

121. Decisions, recommendations and follow up to NWC meeting, 1992 January 29

122. Department of Education reports, 1991

123. Deputy President in the Western Cape on regional visit, 1994

124. Detoriating situation in the camp, 1991 December

125. Different incidents that led to the elections, 1994 March 30

126. A delicate balance: reconstructing regionalism in South Africa, research report (number 24) by Richard Humphries and Khehla Shubane, n.d.

127. The deputy President on work done from July 1991 to December 1992

128. Diplomatic trainees from Clingendael, Netherlands, 1993

129. Diplomatic training project, 1992

130. Disappearance of weapons donated to the ANC President (Nelson Mandela) by President of Republic of Uganda (Yoweri Museveni), [1992]

131. Dismantling the homeland system, 1992

132. Donor International conference on the human resource development in the Reconstruction and Development Programme, Cape Town, 26-28 October 1994

 

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133. Draft ANC submission to the Katz Tax Commission, 1994

134. Draft answers responding to the question by Mayibuye for comrade President Nelson Mandela, [1994]

135. Draft notes of chairman’s political report, ANC Northern Transvaal Regional Consultative Conference, n.d.

136. Dyambu Youth Centre, 1996

137. Economic relations, 1993

138. Economic and Social Transformation Committees meeting, 1997 August 19-17

139. Education, tertiary, 1993-1997. Includes minutes of the 6th meeting of the Minister’s Advisory Committee on tertiary sector crisis, 1994 November 2

140. Educators Limited, South African Tourism, an innovative project, [1994]

141. EGC Democratic Reform, 1995

142. The 80th Anniversary of the ANC, 1992 January 8

143. The 85th Anniversary of the ANC celebration, programme, Botshabelo Stadium, Free State, 1997 January 8

144. Empowering women for the 21st Century, summary report of the 9th Annual conference of Africa Leadership Forum, Accra, Ghana, 1997 January 27-29

145. End of the year report, Office of the President as of 1992 January 2 to December 19

146. Engagement strategy consultative workshop, Johannesburg, 1992 September 11-13

147. Engaging the state parastatals, ANC submissions (regions)

148. Experience with agricultural policy, lessons for South Africa, The World Bank/UNDP workshop, Mbabane, Swaziland, 1992 November 2

149. Evaluation preparation workshop: recommendations and decisions, 1992

150. Evaluation report on the Danchurchaid support to ANC, centers Mazimbu and Dakawa in Tanzania, 1992 November

 

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151. Executive Committee of the NCCR. Includes report on the PWV region, n.d.

152. Factors affecting ranking of the ANC contingent, Department of Foreign Affairs report, n.d.

153. Federation of Transvaal Women (FEDTRAW), n.d.

154. Foreign visits, 1992

155. Final report of the working group on the structures, 1994

156. Financial procedures, 1996

157. A fresh look at constitutional mechanisms for re-distribution in South Africa, n.d.

158. “From the cold outer fringes of global society, a vibrant new rainbow nation comes bursting through…” strategic representational proposal proposed participation, the 1996 Edinbirgh International Fringe Festival, a South African Initiatives

159. From resistance to construction and nation building programme and credentials report, 1994

160. Fulbright Association, 1993

 

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161. Gauteng and O.R.Tambo Trust

162. Gauteng Education and Training forum

163. Gender Advisory Committee, n.d.

164. Goldstone Commission recommendations, 1993-1994

165. Golela Commission [1993]

166. Government communication and reaction report, 1997

167. Grass root reports, 1991,1993

168. Growing up tough, a national survey of South African youth, designed and analyzed for Joint Enrichment Project by David Everett and Mark Orkin of Community Agency for Social Enquiry (CASE), National Youth Development conference, Broederstroom, 1993 March

169. Guidelines on air travel for the ANC [1992]

 

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170. Head of President Office on work record for December 1992

171. Health, 1994-1995

172. Homelands, 1991

173. How the South African government manipulates and destabilizes black communities, report by Major-General H.B. Holomisa (Chairman of the Military Council, Republic of Transkei), 1993 March 11

174. Human Resource policy for health, 1994

175. Human Rights Commission, 1991-1994

176. Human Science Research Council division for socio-political analysis, 1993

 

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177. Improving management in government, n.d.

178. Incorporation in Swaziland as one of de Klerk’ strategies for elections, 1994 February 10

179. Infrastructure and campaigning costs, 1993

180. Inkatha Yenkululeko Yesizwe, National Cultural Liberation Movement, Central Committee meeting, resolutions, Ulundi, 1989 September 13

181. Inter-regional (ANC) meeting, 1993 June 7

182. Inquest, late Chief Maphumulo, [1991]

183. Inquiry into the police response to and investigation of events in Boipatong on 17 June 1992 submitted to the Commission of Inquiry regarding the prevention of public violence and intimidation, the Honorable Justice R.J. Goldstone, 1992 July 20

184. Institute de la Vie International Conference “Biomedical Research strategy on AIDS”, Crans Montana, 1991 October 2-6

185. Intelligence offices disclose to apartheid regime strategies, 1991,1994

186. Interim Committee of Inquiry in to conditions of remuneration of elected members of national and provincial government, 1994

187. Interim assessment report on national conference, 1991

188. Interim report, ANC presidency, 1995

189. ILC reports, n.d

190. Internal memorandum from Marion Sparg to the Heads of Departments, re: reorganization of the internal state of organization, 1993 June 25

191. International conference Southern Africa: making hope a reality, 1993

192. International Institute for Human Rights and Democracy, 1993

193. The International People Committee of the Gadhafi Prize for human rights, 1990

194. International Red Cross, n.d.

 

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195. International Solidarity conference, 1993

196. International Symposium on the industrial application of the Mossbauer Effect (ISIAME), 1996 November 4-8

197. Inter-regional summit, 1993

198. Inter-regional meeting, 1993

199. Investigation into ground safety of airports, 1996. Includes correspondence

200. Investigation report on the attempted fraud at the Welfare Department, 1992

 

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201. Joint Enrichment Project, 1991,1993

202. Joint undertaking between Nelson Mandela, President of ANC and Inkosi Mangosuthu Buthelezi, President of IFP and Chief Minister of KwaZulu, [1993]

203. Joint trip, operation hunger and ANC, 1992 November 20

204. Joint Education Trust, 1993

 

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205. Keeping the initiative while developing national research policy, a report on the investigation into national research system, 1992 November 11

206. KMM investments media project, 1997

207. The Kolobe Consultations, 1992

208. KMG Management Consulting, reform and Machinery of government in South Africa, 1992

 

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209. Labour Intensive Project, n.d.

210. Land and agriculture policy center, 1994

211. Libyan Commercial Venture status report, [1995]

212. Liaison Committee under paragraph (6a) of the D.F. Malan, [1991]

213. Local government elections, campaigns. Includes address by President Nelson Mandela at the meeting of visitors of Ward 41, Baxter Theatre, 1996 March 26. Notes for a speech by President Nelson Mandela at public sector rally, Cape Town, 1996 May 27

214. List of detainees, n.d.

215. Lusaka report on ANC Alpha garage, 1993

 

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216. Macro-Economic Research Group (MERG) to the National Institute of Economic Policy ((NIEP)

217. Madiba’s Programmes (national trips), n.d.

218. Mandela N, R. personal attention of the president, 1994

219. Mass action: ANC campaigns, 1992

220. Matters for discussion in preparation for the TV interview of President Mandela, 1991 September 3

221. Massacre that have taken place in South Africa since March 1985, n.d.

222. Media related matters, 1993

223. The meeting between planning committee of the National Education Conference and Piet Marais, Minister of National Education coordination held in Pretoria, 1993 April 1

224. Meeting between K Sello and the national chairperson of the ANC, 1991

225. Membership statistic, ANC KZN, 1996 November

226. Memorandum for a meeting of the Brent Hurst Group with President Mandela, 1995

227. Meeting held between Presidents of the ANC representatives of the Fort Hare University on 24th July 1995 office the President at the ANC Head Office, 1995

228. Macro economic and social development, 1991,1993

229. Meeting at Nyamazane Primary School, Maphumulo with cde. Jacob Zuma, n.d.

230. Meeting at Turton (uMthwalume – Chief Luthuli), 1996 June 22

231. Meeting between the ANC Deputy President, Walter Sisulu and Tohane, vice President and Secretary-General of World Bank, 1993 January 26

232. Meeting between ANC and Bophuthatswana government, Rustenburg, 1994 February 18

233. Memorandum to the Women’s National Coalition on the draft legislation on the Transitional Executive Council (TEC) prepared by the Technical Committee on the TEC, [1993]

 

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234. “Minds and the feelings of the awing voters”, a Focus Group report, 1992

235. Mismanagement of freedom transport, n.d.

236. Moutse Community College, 1992-1994

237. Notes from the meeting with Colored community, 1992 March 10

 

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238. M.K. National conference, 1993

239. NAT: Operational reports, 1991-1992

240. National Education conference, 1992 March 8. Includes discussion paper on National Education Forum submitted to the Director-General, Department of Education

241. National Health expenditure review in South Africa, 1991/1992

242. A National health plan for South Africa, prepared by ANC Health Department, with the support and technical assistance of World Health Organization and UNICEF, 1994

243. National Institute for Economic Policy, draft development plan for NIEP board

 

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244. National Peacekeeping Force, a discussion forum, 1993

245. National peace campaign, report on meeting, Johannesburg, 1993 July 12

246. National policy for the role of South African Police during the April 1994 general election in South Africa

247. National reconstruction and strategy conference, NASREC, a draft report, 1994 January 21-23

248. National development conference, 1990-1991. Includes discussion document on development, 1991

249. National returnees forum, a draft proposal, n.d.

250. National Consumer congress, notice of follow-up meeting, 1994

251. National coordinating forum on education, ANC Gauteng Province, 1995 September-November

252. National tourism forum, 1995

 

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253. National strategic vision, a review, 1995

254. National Youth Development conference, 1991,1993

255. Nelson Mandela visit to Butter worth, 1993

256. Nelson Mandela’s United States visit, 1991

257. New public administration initiative, 1992

258. Nominations Committee, report on preparation for the NEC elections, 1997 November 14

259. Notes on meeting with Ntsangwise, Minister of Police, n.d.

260. Notes on office security, 1992

261. Note for the attention of Aziz Pahad, International Department, ANC, ACP-EEC Joint Assembly, 1993 November 11

262. Notes for an address at rally at Brits stadium (North-West Province, 1995

 

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263. Office of the National Chairperson, annual report, 1993

264. Office of the Presidency, n.d., 1993

265. Office of the President, 1992, January-December

266. One World Concert, organized by Heart Investments, a progress report, 1991

267. Operational report, 1992

268. Organizational report of National Executive Committee, 1991

269. Organizing Committee for the Return of Political Exiles, 1993

270. Our mission to ka Ngwane, 1992 March 24

271. Outcome of the World Summit for the social development: draft declaration and draft Programme of action, notes by the Secretary-General, New York, 1994 September 2

272. Outline of Secretary-General’s report to the South African conference (50th) of the ANC, [1997]

273. Over-view of the governmental structures

 

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274. Palabora Foundation, 1993

275. Patriotic Front conference, 1992

276. Patriotic Front conference, report back, 1991 October 25-57

277. Pamphlet: from U.S. Department of State, “The United States and Africa”, a new relationship, 1993

278. Parliament of Republic of South Africa, 1995

279. Parliamentary Portfolio Committee, a list, n.d.

280. Pensions in the nineties and pensions 2000 conference I-IV, 1992-1993

281. People’s Forum, 1993

282. Planning Committee, 1993

283. Points (ANC) from the press, 1991

 

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284. Political and security developments, 1991-1992

285. Political violence in South Africa, an over-view of two years of destabilization, a report by Human Rights Commission, 1990 July – 1992 June

286. Political report of the President Nelson Mandela to the 50th ANC National Conference, Mafikeng, 1997 December16

 

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287. Political prisoners list, 1994

288. Portfolio of Black business in South Africa, 1993

289. Preliminary draft, n.d. include subjects like social and economic infrastructure, electrification, housing

290. Preparing for National Conference, a guide for ANC branches

291. Press conference held at State House, Harare, addressed by Presidents Mugabe, Mandela and Makwetu, 1992 November 4.

292. The President situation surrounding the PAC in Uganda, 1991 December

293. Presentation of Honorary Degrees to Nelson Mandela, President of South Africa, a Programme, 1996 July 10

294. Presentation of ANC to Secretary of Cyrus Vancem special representative of U.N. Secretary-General, Johannesburg, 1992 July 23

295. Presidency report, 1991 July – 1994-1995 July

296. The Presidency, n.d., 1992-1993

297. Presidency reports on restructuring, n.d.

298. President Mandela from United Nations [1991]

299. President Mandela visit to attend Organization of African Unity (OAU) Summit, 1996

300. President’s office preparatory notes for events to be attended by the President, n.d., 1992

 

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301. President’s visit to Denmark, 1992. Include Department of Justice statement. Statement by Nelson Mandela regarding the briefing of Danish politics and sanctions prior visit in Denmark

302. Presidential Inauguration list, 1994 May 10

303. Presidential projects, KZN, 1995-1996

304. Presidential visit to the Bahamas, 1993

305. President’s visit to Europe, 1993

306. President’s visits, a Programme, 1991-1993

307. Presidential visit, Programmes/schedules, 1992-1994, 1996-1997

308. Private Sector Initiative, Joint Education Trust, 1992

 

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309. Programme of the Deputy President Thabo Mbeki, 1998 June

310. Programme of the Deputy President Thabo Mbeki, 1998 January – March

311. Programme of the Deputy President Thabo Mbeki, 1998 April-May

312. Programme of the Deputy President Thabo Mbeki, 1998 July

313. Programme of the Deputy President Thabo Mbeki, 1998 August-September

314. Programme for action to achieve equality of opportunity for women in civil service, n.d.

 

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315. Programme for President Mandela, briefing notes, Newcastle (KwaZulu Natal), 1996 March 21

316. Programme for the funeral service of Cde. Oliver Reginald Tambo, National Chairperson of ANC, [1993]

317. Programme for the visit of Deputy President of the ANC Walter Sisulu to Soweto sub-regions, 1994 March 8-22

318. Programme for the visit of President to Europe, 1992

319. Programme of work for the media liaison/ public relations team, ’94 elections

320. Progress report on the development on the closing down of Housing and Reconstruction Policy Unit and handing over to MERC/NIEP, 1994 June 28

321.Progress report on the installation of a childcare facility for ANC employees, 1992 September 4

322. Projects (proposals), 1990-1993

323. Project self-gratification, special report, 1994 February/March

324. Project Nicodemus National Roll-out, Africans, Coloureds, Indians, Community Agency for Social Equity, 1994 February 26

325. Proposal by the Steering Committee to the ANC Executive on the formation of the ANC Club, n.d

326. Proposal for a New South Africa Project by the ANC Washington DC, 1991 August 23

327. Proposal; for a New South African Publishing Company, geared to the needs of a democratic South Africa, 1991

328. Proposal for an integrated presidency, n.d.

329. Proposal for the consideration of the meeting of the Board of Trustees, 1995 February 23

 

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330. Proposal for the consideration of the meeting of the Board of Trustees, 1994 October 18

331. Proposal for the establishment of South Africa Relief Disaster Agency (SADRA), 1992

332. Proposal for the launch of Long Walk to Freedom, 1995 August

333. Proposal for video lottery terminal system

334. Proposal and reports from the Public Relations section, n.d.

335. Proposal to the ANC for the manufacture of a President Mandela doll, n.d.

336. Proposal on the question of addressing our administrative problems, n.d.

 

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337. Proposed agenda for political secretariat meeting to be held in the small boardroom, tenth floor, 1993 May 14

338. Proposed ANC peace package for KZN, 1996-1997

339. Proposed provident fund for ANC employees by TT Nkobi, 1991

340. Proposed structures/posts of governments, 1994

341. Provincial constitutional Policy, 1996

342. Provincial health executive review, Eastern, Northern Transvaal and North West, report prepared by M.B. Kistnasamy and A.J Herbst, 1994 June

343. Public image of the ANC cadres in Uganda, 1991

344. Public relations desk, Kathrada and Feroza, n.d

345. Public sector crisis in Venda

 

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346. Questions of procedure for ministries, 1992

347. Recommendations for the establishment of a policy center on land and agricultural reform and rural development in South Africa, researched and written for ANC by Susan Lund, 1991

348. Reconstruction and Development Programme (RDP), 1994

349. Reconstruction and Development Programme (RDP) policy audit, 1996

350. Record of understanding, draft, 1992

351. Regions in South Africa, 1993

352. Regional Executive Committee of the ANC, 1991

353. Regional government report, on the progress in the public service in the Eastern Cape since the Cholo report, 1997

354. Report and recommendations of ANC components of Presidential delegation to the People’s Republic of China and Taiwan, n.d., 1996

355. Report of the Presidency on the integration and restructuring of the offices of President, Deputy President and National Chairperson, 1993 October 15

 

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356. Report on President’s visit to Denmark, 1992

357. Report of the plan of action sub-committee on the implementation of the mandate of the monitoring group of the OAU ad-hoc Committee on Southern Africa, 1991 August 14

358. Report of the Secretary-General on the question of South Africa, United Nations General Assembly Security Council, 1994 January 10

359. Report to the President of the ANC on the subject of a series of meeting between President Mangope of Bophuthatswana and the President of ANC Women’s League, [1993]

360. Repression in Bophuthatswana and the situation in this area in relation to the Pretoria minutes, memorandum prepared by Mafikeng Anti Repression Forum (MAREF), 1991 July 26

361. Republic of South African Companies Act, 1993

362. Research on development, 1991

363. Resolution of a meeting of Local government Negotiating Forum, Johannesburg Civic Centre, 1993 March 22

364. Response to the newspaper article on the myriad of problems afflicting the Province of Eastern Cape, 1995

365. Restructuring in the ANC, n.d.

 

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366. Restructuring of ANC Presidency, 1993

367. Review of organization and management of Commonwealth of Learning, 1994 March

368. Revised National Development Fund proposal, 1991

369. Reuter news reports, 1990

370. Rural development projects, 1993

 

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371. Second Provincial Conference, M.L. Sultan Technikon (Durban), 1996 November 30 – December 1

372. Sechaba club, 1993

373. Security forces, (restructuring of)

374. SECOSAF (Secretariat of the Economic Community of Southern Africa0: Development through trust and negotiations, annual review, 1993/1994

375. Seminar on South Africa’s socio-economic problem: future role of the United Nations system in helping address them, Windhoek (Namibia), 1992 May 22-24

376. Sound the TOCSIN: the third horseman mounts to ride, drought in Southern and South Africa, 1991-1993, a report by Reginald Herbold Green

377. South African Communication Service Media monitoring report, 1997

378. South African economy, 1992

379. South African housing trust

380. South African Civil Service

 

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381. The South Africa Free Elections Fund, a final report, 1994 December

382. South African experience, Jean Child Young, Honorary co-chair, 1993

383. SALDRU research reports, 1992

384. Southern African Advanced Education project, 1993

385. South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC), 1993

386. Southern African Disaster Relief Agency, 1992

387. South African history Archives (SAHA), 1991

388. The South African Medical Service and the RDP, 1994

389. The South African public administration, 1992

 

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390. The South African National Defense Force, dispatches, 1995 August

391. Science and Technology Initiative, 1994

392. St. Lucia environmental impact, assessments findings, 1993

393. Shell House, events of IFP supporters, 1996

394. Skweyiya Commission report, 1992

395. Small Business Development Corporation, 1992-1993

 

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396. State of nation, the Vrye Weekblad/Sowetan, 1991

397. Statement by Mangosuthu Buthelezi, Chief Minister of KwaZulu and President of IFP, 5th conference of Political Leaders in South African government executives, Union Buildings, Pretoria, 1990 November

398. State of organization, Western Transvaal region, 1992

399. State of Public administration of South African historically Black Universities, 1993

400. State visit to France, 1996

401. State visit of the President Mandela to United Kingdoms (U.K), 1996

402. Shaheed Rajie’s visit to France, 1993 November 14-27

 

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403. Status of the family of the late T.T. Nkobi, n.d.

404. Strategic guide to local elections, a national survey of contested areas, report to the Election Commission, ANC, 1995 June 19

405. Strategic Planning Workshop, Thebe Investment Corporation, 1993. Includes minutes, agenda, memo, and a catalogue

406. Strategic government structures, departmental guide, 1992

407. Strategic Planning Institute, 1997

408. Structures, powers and functions of the Civil Service Development Unit, n.d

409. Sixth South Africa and the China question: a case for dual recognition, 1995 March

210. Sub-council on the status of women, 1994

211. A summary of a decade of Danish support for the ANC School in Tanzania, including the support from the Nordic Operation Days work, Harare, 1995 May

212. Summit of the Frontline Heads of States and Government, Harare, 1992 December11

213. Submission from the Community Land conference, 1994 February 12-13

214. Submission to the Commission of Inquiry into certain aspects of the tax structure of South Africa concerning SS 10(1)(f) and 18A of Income Tax Act, 1962 made by the Private Sector Initiative Joint Education Trust, 1994 September 8

215. Summary on the state of the province to the President by the Provincial Executive Committee of ANC in KwaZulu/Natal, 1996 November 13

216. Summary results of local councils, [1994]

 

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217. Tanzania region, general report, 1991 December 20

218. Terms of reference for the working group of Local government Forum, 1993 March 22

219. The Tenth conference of Head of State or government of Non-Aligned Countries, Jakarta, 1992 September 1-6

220. Testimony prepared for the subcommittee on Africa of the U.S. House of Representatives, 1992 March 31

221. The tour of the ANC President, to USA and Europe in September and October 1993

222. The tour of the ANC President, to USA and Europe compiled by Major General Bantu Holomisa (Chairman of the Military Council), 1993

223. Tourism, a brief report, prepared by Peter Mokaba, chairperson of National Tourism forum and a member of ANC Executive Committee, 1994 January 12

224. Towards transforming the civil service, 1992

225. Traditional weapons in KZN (in 1990s), memorandum and documents, [1995]

226. Training in practical leadership for the new South Africa, annual report, 1991-1992

227. Train of thoughts, report of series of meeting held in South Africa in February/March 1993, South African Advanced Education Project (SAAEP)

228. Train violence, statistics and legal steps, meeting held with President Nelson Mandela, 1992

229. Train violence monitoring, 1992

230. Transitional measures for local government, draft proposal by the non-statutory delegation to the Local Government Negotiations Forum (LGNF), 1993

231. Transitional Process, paper by David Dalling, n.d.

 

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232. The 29th African Summit, 1993

233. VAT coordinating Committee, 1992

234. Veteran’s Parties hosted by the President, 1996

235. Violence in South Africa, n.d.1990-1991. Includes discussion papers and press release

236. Violence in South Africa, 1991-1993

237. Violence in South Africa, 1993-1994

238. Violence on the East Rand, 1993-1994

239. Violence within the ANC members in the Vaal (hostels in particular), 1992

 

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240. Violence at Madadeni, Osizweni and Mondlo, 1994 March 21

241. Violence, National Peace Committee, 1991-1992

242. Violence, Gauteng, 1991-1993

243. Violence against Women, a joint document produced by ANC and the ANC Parliamentary Women’s Caucus and Civil Society Task Team, 1997 April 23

244. Violence in Natal. Includes paper presented to the CBM workshop.

245. Visit to ANC regions, n.d. includes visit to Eastern Cape, Transvaal (compiled by Steve Tshwete)

246. Visit to Bisho, briefing notes, 1995 September 23

247. Visit to the Eastern Cape, 1994 February 24-27

248. Visit to Eastern Cape region, n.d.

249. Visit to Moscow [1995]

250. Visit to Mauritius by ANC delegation, n.d.

251. Visit to Nigeria of Nelson Mandela, a programme, 1990 May

252. Visit to Northern Transvaal and Western Cape, 1994 April 2-3

 

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253. Visit to Northern Transvaal, 1993-1994

254. Visit to Oudthoorn, 1995 September

255. Visit to the Orange Free State, 1994 April 21

257. Visit by President Mandela on the occasion of 50th Anniversary of United Nations, 1995 October 21-24

257. The Volkstaat animal in South Africa, 1993

258. Walter Sisulu, 1991-1991

259. 45th World Newspaper Congress, Prague, 1992 May 24-27. Includes address by ANC President Nelson Mandela to the International Federation of Newspaper Publishers conference

260. Workshop Working Committee, n.d.

261. Working Group established under paragraph 1 of the Groote Schuur minute, proposed amends by the ANC [1990]

262. Who is murdering the peace, Community Agency for Social Enquiry (CASE) research statistics, by Davis Everatt, 1991 October

263. Workshop, 1993 February

 

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264. United Nations: audit and reduction manual for industrial emission and wastes, 1991

265. United Nations General Assembly, 1989

266. United Nations industrial development organization, 1991

267. United Nations Inter-regional Crime and Justice Research Institute, 1993

268. United Nations Security Council, report of the Secretary-General on the question of south Africa, 1992 December 22

269. United States Information Agency

270. Unfinished business apartheid after apartheid, report by Southern African Research and Documentation Centre, 1991 September15

271. UNHCR vocational training project for South African returnees, n.d

272. United Kingdoms Policy towards South Africa and other states of the region, volume 1, 1991 March

 

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Series V – Statements

1. ANC Press release on anti-liberties legislation, 1992

2. ANC Press statements on the bi-lateral held between the South African government in Cape Town, 1993 February

3. ANC Press statement from the meeting of the NEC at Ipelegeng Center Soweto 1993February 16-18

4. ANC President statements about progress in the local government elections in Kwazulu Natal

5. ANC Research departments, 1992-1993

6. ANC Statement on various occasions, n.d, 1991-1997

7. ANC On the current situation in Natal, 1995

8. ANC Statement on formation of the South African National Editors Forum, 1996

9. ANC Statement to the 44th session of the U.N. general assembly delivered by Thabo Mbeki, director of international affairs. New York 1989 November 8

10. ANC Statement on June 16, n.d

11. ANC Statement on the Sebokeng massacre, 1991 January

12. ANC Support (opinion polls), n.d

13. An article by Madeleine Albright on peace keeping, n.d

14. Audience accorded by Nelson Mandela, president of the ANC to Silas Cerqueira, member of the presidential committee of the Portuguese anti apartheid movement, 1991 July 16

 

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15. Address on the opening of the Duduza Resource Centre, 1992 November 30

16. Address to the seventh National Congress of National Mineworkers Union, by ANC Secretary General, Alfred Nzo, 1991 April 24

17. Address to the youth summit convened by ANC youth league, by Trevor Manuel

18. Address by the Hon. Mr Justice R.J Goldstone, 1993 August 24

19. Address by the state President F.W De-Klerk at the opening of parliament, 1992 January 24

20. Address of his Majesty King Goodwill Zwelithini Ka-Bhekuzulu to the cabinet of provincial parliament of KZN in Nongoma, 1995 March 1

21. Affirmative action in post apartheid South Africa, 1992

22. Agreement for reconciliation and peace between ANC and the IFP, 1991-1992,1994

23. Albert Luthuli Research project, n.d

24. ANC’s address to SANCO National Conference by Jacob Zuma, ANC National Chairperson

25. ANC and IFP meeting on violence in KZN, 1991,1993

26. ANC’s commission for the emancipation of women, 1993

27. Acceptance speech by the National chairman of the ANC Oliver Tambo on receiving the honorary Doctor of law degree awarded by the University of the Western Cape, n.d

28. Addition to a speech for Mandela

 

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29. Bafokeng Tribe, n.d

30. Baird’s Statement issued by professor Louise Tager, chairman of the land rights advisory forum, 1993 June 7

31. Black leaders summit-statements, 1993 November 30

32. Briefing documents for CODESA, Johannesburg, 1991 December 20

33. Budget debate in the Senate, 1996

 

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34. Cabinet composition, 1994-1996

35. Case against cde Holomisa 1996

36. CEO institute 1993

37. Chococo combo heal yourself concert 1992 December 11-12

38. Churches, 1993

39. Claes, Willy deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign affairs introducing Nelson Mandela to the AWEPA-EC presidency conference, Brussels 1993 October 7-8

40. Comments on the National Party Constitutional Proposal, 1991

41. Commonwealth and South Africa: Making the world safer for diversity-address by commonwealth Secretary General Emeka Anyaoku

42. Constitutional rule in a participatory democracy, 1991 September 04

43. COSATU National Executive Committee, 1992 June 23

44. Culture and developments conference-opening speech (draft), n.d

 

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45. De-Klerk, FW- Address of the opening session of the parliament of South Africa, Cape Town, 1992

46. De-Klerk, FW- Speeches, 1991-1992,1995

47. De-Klerk, FW-Speech after the award of UNESCO Houphouet Biogny Peace Prize, France, 1992 February 3

48. Development Bank Of South Africa, 1993

49. Development and Reconstruction Presented by Joe Slovo, 1994

50. Dreaming of the final showdown by Jeremy Cronin, n.d

51. Education crises- a press statement, 1993 May 7

52. Education Forums/associations, 1993

53. End Conscription Campaign, n.d

54. Extension of deadlines for amnesty, media statements, n.d

55. Focus on the right wing occupation of the World Trade Centre, n.d

56. Former Rhodesian Army Soldier requesting assistance From Madiba, 1996

 

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57. Gandhi’s prison experience, n.d

58. Gill Marcus-Affidavit, n.d

59. Goldstone R.J addressing the taxi indaba in Johannesburg, 1993 August 24

60. Goldstone commission ‘s fourth interim report, 1993

61. Government statement on current education situation, n.d

62. Grant P James Executive Director of the United Nations children’s fund at the consultation on the role of the United Nations and NGOs: UNICEF house, 1993 March 24

63. Groote Schuur minutes, 1990

64. Gwendolyn Carter and Tom Karis, 1984,1991

 

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65. Human Resource Development for the new South Africa presentation to the annual conference in support of ANC and other democratic forces for a new South Africa, n.d

66. IDASA international-re: request for interview with Joe Slovo, 1994 May 5

67. Ikemeleng Remedial Education Centre, n.d

68. International Solidarity Conference, 1993

69. Introductory speech for the handling of a present to the president of South Africa Dr Nelson Mandela by Robert Mbanjwa for and on behalf of SABTA, 1995 May 01

70. Irish Anti Apartheid Movement, 1991

 

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71. Address by the chief minister of Lebowa and leader of United People’s Front, M.N.N Ramodike

72. Jakarta message: a call for collective action and the democratization of international relations, 1992

73. Joint communiqué between president Babangida and F.W De-Klerk, 1992

74. Joint statement by ANC and SAMWU-Khayelitsha, 1990

75. Joint statement on the abolishment of diplomatic relations between RSA and the Russian federation, 1992

76. Jordan, Phyllis P, speeches/wittings, 1995-1996

77. Keynote address by the minister of transport, Dr P Welgemoed, MP at 10:00 at the NTPE taxi indaba, Holiday Inn, Garden Court Johannesburg, 1993 August 24

78. Keynote address by Dr Reddy, leader of Solidarity Party of South Africa delivered at the seventh national congress of solidarity at the Athlone Hotel Durban, 1991 December 1

79. Kwazulu Natal, Constitutional change, 1991-1993

 

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80. Lecture of Minister Papathemeli’s main points, Johannesburg, 1996 May 21

81. Mandela N R personal notes written after receiving the news of O.R passing away, 1993

82. Mandela-N.R keynote address to the conference of the Broad Patriotic Front, 1993 March 27

83. Mandela, N.R statement on the occasion of the opening of the cultural development congress, 1993 April 25

84. Mandela N.R Deputy President of ANC at the CBM conference “options for building an economic future, 1990 May 23”

85. Mandela N.R speech delivered at the funeral of Isithwalande Helen Joseph at St Mary’s Cathedral, 1993 January 7

86. Mandela N.R’s statement delivered at the National Taxi Indaba, 1993 August 23

87. Mandela N. R draft speeches, 1991-1993

88. Mcdougal/Buthelezi meeting-transcript, 1992

89. Memorandum of agreements between ANC and the Afrikaner Volksfront, 1993

90. Message from Mr Nelson Mandela to mark the 5th World No Tobacco Day, 1992

91. Message from President Mandela at the 2nd congress of the Democratic Party of the left: Italy, 1997 February

92. Message from ANC President, Nelson R Mandela on the occasion of the International day for Natural disaster reduction, 1993 October 19

93. Message from Nelson Mandela to COSATU shop steward special supplement on the election, 1994 February 7

94. Message of the ANC President Nelson Mandela on the occasion of the ECC peace Festival, n.d

95. Message to the 9th African Athletics Championships- Durban, 1993 June 23

96. Message of congratulations on the 75th Birthday Anniversary of comrade Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela, President of the ANC from Mozambique, 1993

97. Message of ANC to the SWAPO conference delivered by ANC chairman Oliver R Tambo

98. Message to the Labour party of Great Britain on the occasion of their annual congress, 1996 September

99. Message to OMROEP for Radio Freedom and the Dutch people on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the formation of OMROEP

100. Minister of finance budget speech, 1997 March 12

101. M.P in the constitutional development budget debate in parliament, 1993 May 06

102. Multi Party Negotiating Process committee, 1993 March 18

 

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103. National African Federated Chambers Of Commerce And Industry Presidential dinner of the Inyanda Chamber, 1992

104. National Consultative Conference on Regional Policy, 1990 March 19-20

105. National Education Crisis Summit, 1993

106. National Labour Intensive Project Trust, Brief Overview, speech by Tokyo Sexwale on the opening of the road in Mamelodi West, 1993

107. National Reconstruction And Strategy Conference in Nasrec, 1994 January 21-23

108. National meeting of land claiming communities opts for new strategies, 1993 March 31

109. National land committee submission to the ANC local government forum, 1995 May 15

110. National Party government speeches, 1992

111. National Student Financial Aid Scheme fundraising launch reception, Pretoria 1996

112. Negotiation: violence, mismanagement and corruption: what rule for the church and Christians-remarks by Deputy President of the Women’s league, n.d

113. New South Africa Initiative, 1993

114. Notes for President Mandela, 1996

115. Notes for the speech at the dinner hosted by Tony O’Reilly, Durban 1995 June 16

116. Notes prepared for Nelson Mandela’s visit to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania by Sibusiso Nkomo, 1991 December

117. Notes for speech at the Fort Hare homecoming of alumni, 1996 November 30

118. Notes on the implementation of decisions of the all-party conference with particular reference to the provision of the constitution, n.d

119. Notes for the Deputy President, Natal Midlands, 1992 March 5

120. Notes for a speech by President Nelson Mandela at the launch of the Illustrated Long Walk To Freedom, 1996

121. Nobel Peace Prize, 1993

 

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122. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, n.d

123. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, n.d

124. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, n.d

 

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125. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, 1990

126. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, 1991 January-March

127. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, 1991 April-July

128. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, 1991 August-December

 

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129. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, 1992 January-February

130. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, 1992 March-April

131. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, 1992 May-June

132. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, 1992 July-August

133. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, 1992 September

 

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134. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, 1993 January-March

135. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, 1993 April

136. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, 1993 May-July

137. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, 1993 August

 

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138. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, 1993 September (1)

139. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, 1993 September (2)

140. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, 1993 October (1)

 

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141. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, 1993 October (2)

142. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, 1993 November-December

143. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, 1994 January-February

144. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, 1994 March-May

 

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145. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, 1994 August-September

146. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, 1994 October

147. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, 1994 November-December

 

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148. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, 1995 January

149. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, 1995 February

150. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, 1995 March-April

151. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, 1995 September

152. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, 1995 October

 

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153. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, 1996 January-February

154. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, 1996 March-April

155. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, 1996 May

 

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156. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, 1996 July-November

157. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, 1996 November

158. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, 1996 December

 

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159. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, 1997 January-March

160. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, 1997 April

161. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, 1997 May

162. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, 1997 June, November

 

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163. Nelson Mandela, his addresses

-On receiving the freedom of Boksburg

-North West Stadium, Welkom

-At the international day of solidarity with Palestinian people

1995,1997

164. Nelson Mandela address at the closing session of the 50th National Conference of the ANC, Mafikeng 1997 December 20

165. Nelson Mandela messages, n.d, 1992,1995-1996

166. Nelson Mandela’s address at the Razak award ceremony, n.d

167. Nelson Mandela speech at the thanksgiving service for the Ministry of Archbishop Tutu in Cape Town, 1996 June 23

168. Nelson Mandela’s address at the confederation for British industry in London, 1993 October 11

169. Nelson Mandela’s address at the rally in Soweto at soccer city stadium, 1990 February 13

170. Nelson Mandela’s statement at the 49th ANC National Conference Bloemfontein, 1994 December 17

171. Nelson Mandela’s statement at the ANC manifesto launch, 1995 August 24

172. Nelson Mandela’s statement at the Small Business Development Corporation s Business Revival Dinner Conference in Association with The Star and Sowetan, 1993 November 1

173. Nelson Mandela’s draft speech for the Diwali celebration in Durban City Hall, 1991 November 3

174. Nelson Mandela’s statement at the Organization for African Unity, 1991 June 5

 

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175. Nelson Mandela’s honorary cathedra, 1996

176. Nelson Mandela’ speeches, 1993

177. Nelson Mandela Christmas and new Years message

178. Nelson Mandela’s statement of testimony to Thembi Kingston, n.d

179. Nelson Mandela’s address at a rally in Galeshewe, 1990 May 27

180. Nelson Mandela’s speeches, 1995-1996

181. Nelson Mandela on the acceptance of the prince Of Asturias prize Of International Co-operation, Oviedo; Spain, 1992 October 31

182. Nelson Mandela’s speeches at Gandhi’s Centenary, 1993 May 26-27

183. Nelson Mandela’s speech at the prize giving for 72nd comrades Marathon 1997 June 16

 

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188. Official opening of the premises of Cremark Chemicals: Remarks by the Secretary General of the ANC Cyril Ramaphosa, 1994 February 24

189. O.R Tambo’s memorial, 1993

190. Opening remarks by the chairman of the military council, Major General.H.B Holomisa, 1993 December 2

191. Opening address by President Mandela to the 4th session of Parliament, 1997 February 7

192. “Peace and prosperity in South Africa” address by Raymond Parsons, 1992 April 15

193. Policy speech of the Chief Minister of Economic Affairs, 1993 May 25

194. Presidents office, plight of ANC (SA) aviation Personnel, n.d

195. President Mandela’s speeches, 1994 May-July

196. Press statement on South Africa’s possession of Nuclear Weapons, 1993

197. Presentation by Mac Maharaj, n.d

198. Press statement (various occasions), 1993-1994

199. Press statement by the Minister of Justice Mr Dullar Omar, 1995, January 19

200. Press release, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 1992 April 6

201. Press points, 1991 August 19

202. Press release by Minister Sam De Beer, 1992

203. Press release by the Honorable Justice R.J Goldstone, 1992 July 22

204. Proposed notes for interviews, 1992

205. Public service development, 1992-1993

 

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206. Ramaphosa, M.C- press statement on the multi party planning conference-World Trade Centre, Johannesburg 1993 March 6

207. Rally-speakers notes-Bisho, 1995 September 23

208. Regional and public sector restructuring, 1993

209. Remarks by Adelaide Tambo to the ladies luncheon honoring the power of women in the new South Africa, n.d

210. Response of the ANC, COSATU and the SACP to the proposed all white referendum, 1992 February 20

211. Response to Buthelezi attack on COSATU, 1990 April 19

212. Response by ANC President Nelson Mandela to President FW De-Klerk, 1992 July 04

213. Research library update, 1993

214. Role of the ANC Regional Executive Committee

215. Role of traditional leaders now and in the future: remarks by ANC NEC member, 1992

216. Resolution of the meeting, attendance by the royal house and Amakhosi, 1995 February 10

 

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217. Speech by the President of the ANC Nelson Mandela at the funeral of O.R Tambo, 1993 May 02

218. Speech by the President of the ANC Nelson Mandela to members of the British Parliament: House of Commons, London 1993 May 5

219. Speech by President Mandela at the prize giving for the 71st running of the Comrade Marathon, Pietermaritzburg 1996 June 17

220. Speech by President Mandela at the premiere of Cry The Beloved Country, New York 1995 October 23

221. Speech by President Mandela at the Lephatsoana Trust open day, Amersfoort 1997

222. Speech by President Mandela at the ANC International Solidarity Conference, Nasrec 1993 February 20

223. Speech by President Mandela at the official opening of the Cape Town SOS Children’s Village, 1996

224. Speech by President Mandela at the prize giving of the 72nd Comrade marathon, 1997 June 16

225. Speech by President Mandela at the launch of the Masakhane Campaign, 1995 February 25

226. Speech by President Mandela at the Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund annual meeting, Pretoria 1997 July 25

227. Speech by President Mandela at the launch of the friends of Nelson Mandela Children’s fund, 1995 October 23

228. Speech by Premier N.M Phosa (budget vote), 1995 May 23

229. Speech Prince S.J Mahlangu at an annual conference of the ANCYL, 1991 December 09

 

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230. Speech of Deputy President Thabo Mbeki at the National Assembly, 1997 June 10

231.Speech by Deputy President Thabo Mbeki at the ANC National Constitutional Conference, 1995 March 31-April 2

232. Speech by Chief R H Mopeli at the Multi Party negotiations forums, 1993

233. Statement of the ANC at the UN General Assembly debate on the question of Apartheid, New York 1992

234. Statement of the ANC to the special committee of the Commonwealth Foreign Ministers in Abuja, 1990 May 16

235. Statement of the ANC at the 45th session of the UN General assembly during its debate on the question of apartheid, 1990 December 5

236. Statement by Mrs. Margaretha AP Douglas in the debate of the 45th session of the General Assembly, 1991 October 10

237. Statement to members of Kwazulu legislative assembly on the events of the, 1983 October 29

238. Statement by Nelson Mandela to the Frankel Max Pollak Vinderine Investments Conference, Carlton Centre 1992

239. Statement by Nelson Mandela delivered at the National Taxi Indaba, 1993 August 23

240.Statement by Nelson Mandela at the opening of ANC/NP government summit, 1992

241. Statement of Nelson Mandela on his separation with Winnie Mandela, n.d

242. Statement of the President of ANC Nelson Mandela at the United Nations, 1993 September 24

243. Statement of the President Nelson Mandela to the confederation of British Industry Conference on South Africa, London 1993

244. Statement on Mrs. Mandela, n.d

245. Statement of Deputy president Thabo Mbeki at the ANC Function to bid farewell to President Mandela, Mafikeng 1997 December

246. State of the Nation address by the President of South Africa, House of parliament 1994 May 24

 

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247. Sisulu Walter speeches, 1992

248. Sisulu Walter speeches, 1993

249. Sisulu Walter speeches, 1994

250. Sisulu Walter speech at the memorial service of Rajiv Gandhi, 1991 May 26

251. Sisulu Walter statement to the congress of SACP, 1991 December 05

252. Sisulu Walter’s opening remarks to the National Election Strategizing meeting, Johannesburg 1992 February 04

253. Sisulu Walter’s statement to NUSAS on the plight of political prisoners, 1991 May 23

254. Sisulu Walter’s address at the 50th anniversary celebration of the ANCYL, Fort Hare University .1994 October 29

255. Sisulu Walter speech at the South African Students Congress Inauguration and Convocation ceremony and Chule KK Papiyane memorial lecture, 1995

256. Sisulu Walter’s address to the student of the University of Pretoria, 1993 September 02

 

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257. Shell House and related incidents, 1994

258. Southern African Development Community Summit, Mbabane 1993 September 5

259. Southern Africa Project: Amnesty for the South African Government, n.d

260.South African Institute of International Affairs, n.d

261. South African Information Exchange discussion forum with Rev. Roxanne Jordan on Reflections on the position of women in SA. n.d

262. Strategic plan for 1995, 1995

263. Structural and functional transformation of the ANC Presidency, 1993-1994

264. Summary of the NEC statement on the occasion of the 82nd anniversary of the January 8th statement, 1994 January 08

 

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265. Tambo, O.R his response on receiving a citation presented by the SACP, n.d

266. Tambo, O.R statement to the Consultative Conference of the ANC, Johannesburg 1990 December 16

267. Tambo, O.R speech at the University of Fort Hare, 1991 October 19

268. Tambo, O.R Tambo O.R on the occasion of his installation as the Chancellor of the University of Fort Hare, 1991 September 26

269. Tambo, O.R his statement in Kliptown, 1992 June 26

270. Tambo, O.R statement in Eastern Pondoland, 1993

271. Tambo, O.R statement to the Chiefs in the Far Northern Transvaal, 1992 September 27

272. Tambo, O.R’s address to the CONTRALESA delegation at the World Trade Centre, n.d

273. Tambo O.R on different occasions, 1990-1991

274. Tribute to Tambo, O.R at a private service arranged by the Tambo Family, 1993 April 28

 

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275. Take over of key positio0ns in a hostile administration, n.d

276. Talking points for dinner with Chinese community, n.d

277. Testimony of assistance Secretary of State for African affairs Hermann J Cohen before the House of Foreign Affairs subcommittee on Africa, 1992 July 23

278. Thebe: An investment in aspiration, n.d

279. Thebe Investment Corporation, 1993

280. Transcript of media conference held by Minister of Foreign Affairs Theo Ben Gurirab, 1993 May 5

281. Transcription of comment made by state President F.W. De Klerk on SATV news regarding action at the World Trade Centre, 1993

282. Tripartite Alliance, 1991

283. Truth and Reconciliation Commission, 1996

 

Box 230

284. United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization, speeches and remarks delivered at 1991 Felix Houphouet Boigny Peace Prize

285. US Foreign Policy, 1991

286. Vaal Summit

287. Violence: Judge Goldstone statement on violence, 1992

288. Viljoen G. Minister of Constitutional Development, n.d

289. Victims, survivors and citizens human rights, reparations and reconciliation, Inaugural lecture delivered by Kader Asmal, 1992 May 25

290. Walk the last mile with us Mandela’s speeches in Ireland, 1990

291. Welcome to trustees by President Nelson Mandela at annual general meeting at the Presidential guest house, 1997 July 25

292.“What have I done” Or what Oliver meant to us, n.d

293. Winnie Mandela’s statement on the occasion of the funeral of Helen Joseph, n.d

294. Women and change gender equality, 1993

295. Women’s charter, 1994

296. World Economic Forum-speeches, 1991-1992

297.”Why reparations” address by Bashorun M.K.O Abiola, 1991 May

31

 

Box 231

Series VI – ANC Departments

Civil Service Unit

1. Briefing for the NEC on the Civil Service, n.d. (report)

2. Constitutional principles regarding the public service, 1993 November 02 (discussion document)

3. Civil Service Unit, 1992 – 1993 (minutes)

4. Civil Service Unit, 1992 – 1994 (correspondence)

5. Internal report of the ANC pilot team on the public civil service administration course at the British Civil Service College, 1992

6. Progress in bilateral and outstanding issues that remain to be finalized

7. Report of Cape Town visit, n.d.

 

Box 232

ANC Departments

Arts and Culture (correspondence)

1. Department of Arts and Culture; on Robben Island, n.d

2. Department of Arts and Culture, 1991

3. Department of Arts and Culture, 1992

4. Department of Arts and Culture, 1993

5. Department of Arts and Culture, 1995

6. Department of Arts and Culture, 1996

 

Box 233

ANC Departments

Arts and Culture (reports)

7. Department of Arts and Culture, n.d.

8. Department of Arts and Culture, 1991

9. Department of Arts and Culture, 1992

10. Department of Arts and Culture, 1993

11. Department of Arts and Culture, 1994

12. Department of Arts and Culture, n.d., 1991, 1993

 

Box 234

ANC Departments

Arts and Culture (discussion documents, minutes, publications etc)

13. Department of Arts and Culture, n.d., 1993

14. Department of Arts and Culture, 1993

15. Department of Arts and Culture, 1991

16. Department of Arts and Culture, 1997 (publication)

17. Department of Arts and Culture (photographs)

18. Department of Arts and Culture (newsletters)

 

Box 235

ANC Departments

Economic Policy and Planning

1. Department of Economic Planning, 1991

2. Department of Economic Planning, 1992

3. Department of Economic Planning, 1993

4. Department of Economic Planning, 1994

 

Box 236

5. Department of Economic Planning and Derek Hanekom, 1993 – 1994

6. Department of Economic Planning; invitations, 1991 – 1994

7. Department of Economic Planning; National lottery, 1993 March 30

8. Department of Economic Planning; various organizations and companies, 1992 – 1994

9. Department of Economic Planning, n.d., 1991 – 1994

10. Department of Economic Planning, 1992, 1994

11. Finance department, 1991

 

Box 237

ANC Departments

Economic Policy (discussion documents, reports)

12. Department of Economic Policy, 1991, 1993

13. Department of Economic Policy, 1990

14. Department of Economic Policy, 1991 – 1993

15. Draft Economic Manifesto for ANC National Conference, 1993

16. Department of Economic Policy, 1993

17. Department of Economic Policy and Planning, 1992, 1994

 

Box 238

18. Housing workshop hosted by ANC DEP

19. Office of the President and ANC projects department; proposed corporate image for ANC, 1993 September 3

20. Projects department; National conference in support of the ANC and democratic force for a new South Africa, 1992 October 14

21. Projects department of ANC and a changed environment, n.d

22. Policy department Boseberaad – Johannesburg, 1997 March 8

23. Policy department, n.d., 1997

24. Towards a development strategy for a changing South Africa, 1993

25. DEP budget review, 1993

 

Box 239

ANC Departments

Education

1. ANC Education Scholarship Committee – Applicants (A-G) 1988 – 1989

2. ANC Education Scholarship Committee – Applicants (H –L) 1988 – 1989

3. ANC Education Scholarship Committee – Applicants (M – O) 1988 – 1989

 

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4. ANC Education Scholarship Committee – Applicants (P – W) 1988 – 1989

5. ANC Department of Education, 1990 – 1994

6. ANC Education Desk, 1994

 

Box 241

7. ANC Education planning workshop summary, 1996

8. ANC Education policy conference; Protea Garden Hotel, Johannesburg 1996 March 15 – 17

9. ANC Department of Education (reports) 1991

10. ANC funds, 1991 – 1994

11. Eddie Funde and Professor C. Thornhill of University of Pretoria, 1993 October 26

12. A policy framework for education and training; prepared by ANC Education department, 1994 January

13. Transcription of discussion on Education between the state president and ministers of education and training.

 

Box 242

ANC Departments

Information and Publicity (correspondence, discussion papers, reports and statements)

1. Department of Information and Publicity, n.d., 1991

2. Department of Information and Publicity, 1992

3. Department of Information and Publicity, 1993

 

Box 243

4. Department of Information and Publicity, 1994 (1)

5. Department of Information and Publicity, 1994 (2)

6. Department of Information and Publicity, 1995 – 1996

7. Department of Information and Publicity, 1997

 

Box 244

8. Department of Information and Publicity, n.d., (discussion document)

9. Discussion document on the ANC Information Systems, 1993

10. Department of Information and Publicity, n.d., 1993, 1996

11. Department of Information and Publicity, n.d., (reports)

12. Department of Information and Publicity, n.d., 1992 – 1993, 1995 – 1996

 

Box 245

ANC Departments

International Affairs

1. Department of International Affairs, n.d., 1990

2. Department of International Affairs, 1991

3. Department of International Affairs, 1992 (1)

4. Department of International Affairs, 1992 (2)

 

Box 246

5. Department of International Affairs, 1993 (1)

6. Department of International Affairs, 1993 (2)

7. Department of International Affairs, 1994

 

Box 247

8. Department of International Affairs, 1995 – 1997

9. Department of International Affairs; Mission in Italy, 1993

10. Department of International Affairs; Invitation to a reception in honor of Mr Francois Perigot, 1993 November 8

11. Department of International Affairs; International support for ANC in its request for a non – racial South Africa, 1992 November 17

12. Department of Foreign Affairs; UNICEF and National Children’s Rights Committee report, 1993 June 11

13. Stan Mabizela with Thabo Mbeki; brief report on my short attachment to the foreign and commonwealth office of Britain, 1992 March 05

14. Department of Foreign Affairs, n.d., 1990 (discussion document)

15. Department of International Affairs, n.d., 1993 (discussion document)

16. Department of Foreign Affairs; proposals on the entry of the ANC component, 1995

17. Department of International Affairs; departmental report: Post National Conference, July 1991 – December 1992

18. Guidelines for contacts between the ANC and International Community, n.d.

19. Report by the ANC chief representative in Cairo, 1991 October 29

 

Box 248

ANC Departments

Legal and Constitutional Affairs

1. Department of Legal and Constitutional Affairs, 1990 – 1992

2. Department of Legal and Constitutional Affairs, 1993 – 1994

3. Department of Legal and Constitutional Affairs, 1991

4. Department of Legal and Constitutional Affairs; intended IFP gathering and March on the 18 April 15

5. Department of Legal and Constitutional Affairs, 1993 June 10

6. Department of Legal and Constitutional Affairs; Annual report, 1990 – 1991

 

Box 249

ANC Departments

Local, Regional, Government and Housing

1. Department of Local and Regional Government and Housing, 1992 – 1994

2. Mathole Motshekga (Deputy Head of Local and Regional Government and Housing) and the President’s office; National Consultative Workshop on regional government, 1992 October 24

3. Department of Local Government and Housing; annual reports, 1992 – 1993

 

Box 250

ANC Departments

Transport

1. ANC motor vehicles allocated to the regions and departments, n.d.

2. Department of Transport, n.d., 1991 – 1992

3. Department of Transport, 1993 – 1996

4. Establishment of an independent; aircraft accident investigation authority, n.d.

5. Ishmael Mlangeni and Peers attorneys administration of estates, 1994

 

Box 251

ANC Departments

All heads of departments

1. Minutes of the Head of Department held 8th October 1992

2. Heads of Department (discussion document) 1993

3. Heads of Department (correspondence) 1993 June 29

4. Heads of Department (correspondence) 1991 – 1994

 

Box 252

ANC Departments

Organizing

1. Organizing Department n.d., (discussion documents)

2. Organizing Department plan of action, n.d. (reports)

3. Organizing Department; report to the president on the state of the department, 1992 October 12

4. Organizing Department; annual report, 1993, 1996

5. Organizing Committee for the Return of Political Exiles; annual reports, 1993

6. Organizing Department and Elections Commission, 1993 May

7. Organizing Department, 1993 – 1994 (correspondence)

8. Organizing Department; strategy and tactics as adopted at the 49th National Conference, December 1994 (discussion documents)

9. Organizing Department, 1995 – 1996 (correspondence)

10. Organizing Department; Building a solid ANC for 97 – 99 challenges (discussion documents)

11. Agenda for the organizing department Bosberaad, 1996 December 9 (minutes)

12. Correspondence with various departments within the government, 1997 (correspondence)

 

Box 253

ANC Departments

Political Education

1. Mandla Nkomfe (Department of Political and Training Coordinator) and President’s office; Feasibility study for the establishment of ANC Political School, 1997 April 01

2. Political Education Section, 1993

3. Political Education Section and Nelson Mandela; death row of prisoners, 1992 March 9

4. Political Education, 1991 – 1992

5. Political Education; ANC National Liberation Movement, 1991 September

 

Box 254

ANC Departments

Research

1. Research Department, 1991 – 1994

2. Research Department; annual report, 1993 March 31

3. Research Department; annual report, n.d.

4. Research Department; Information update no. 1 – 6

 

Box 255

ANC Departments

Secretary General’s Office

1. ANC support group (U.K) and Secretary – General; formal recognition of ANC support group (U.K), 1997 July 28

2. Secretary General Office, n.d., 1990

3. Secretary General Office, 1991

4. Secretary General Office, 1992

5. Secretary General Office, 1993 (1)

 

Box 256

6. Secretary General Office, 1993 (2)

7. Secretary General Office, 1994

 

Box 257

8. Secretary General Office, 1995

9. Office of the Deputy Secretary General, 1995 – 1997

10. Secretary General Office, 1996

 

Box 258

11. Secretary General Office, 1997

12. Secretary General Office; Regional Consultation, 1992 July 27

13. Secretary General Office; ANC NWC and Youth League, 1996

14. Memorandum from SGO to NWC members; provincial lists, 1994 February 8

15. Secretary General Office; regular head of department meetings, 1993

  1. Secretary General’s report to the ANC 49th National Conference, n.d

 

Box 259

17. Secretary General Office; ANC evaluation, 1993 (reports)

18. Secretary General’s Provincial report, 1998

19. Organizational report of NEC by Secretary General, Alfred Nzo to the first legal National Conference of ANC after 30 years, Durban 1991 July 2- 6

20. Report of engagement strategy consultative workshop, 1992

21. SWOT analysis, n.d.

22. Restructuring the office of the Secretary General to promote effective teamwork, n.d.

 

Box 260

ANC Departments

Social Welfare

1. Bheki Nkosi (ANC Youth League deputy president) and Welfare Department; Reginald Kenny Masigo, 1995

2. Internal Commission of Inquiry into the affairs of Social Welfare Department of ANC, 1992 – 1993

3. Memorandum on the department of Social Welfare, 1991

4. Social Welfare, 1991, 1993 – 1995

5. Department of Social Welfare; the new child support benefit, n.d

6. Department of Social Welfare; annual report that covers the period between December 1991 – February 1993

7. Department of Social Welfare; Bereaved Families Committee (summary report), 1995 November 28

8. Proposal for the role of the Department of Social Welfare within the ANC, 1991

 

Box 261

ANC Departments

Treasurer General’s Office

1. Treasurer General’s Office, 1990 – 1991

2. Treasurer General’s Office, 1992

3. Treasurer General’s Office, 1993 – 1994

4. Treasurer General’s Office, 1995 – 1997

5. Treasurer General’s Office; ANC National Congress Report, 1991

6. Treasurer General’s Office, July 1991 – December 1992 (report)

7. Treasurer General’s Office; 50th National Conference – Mafikeng, 1997 December 16 – 20 (report)

8. Treasurer General’s Office; report Nathan Marcus; Findings in respect of the financial records and administration, 1996

9. Strategic Planning; The way forward, A paper prepared by the Office Treasurer General for the Inter Departmental summit, 14 – 15 August 1993

 

Box 262

ANC Departments

Various departments

1. Draft ANC Minerals and Energy, 1994 (discussion document)

2. ANC Archives, 1996

3. Staff matters, 1992

4. Department of Agricultural Development, 1991

5. Department of Building and Technical Services; annual report, 1993

6. Department of Foreign Affairs, 1993 (report)

7. Department of Home Affairs, 1997

8. Department of Human Resources Development; annual report, 1993

9. Department of Human Resources Development; 1993 (discussion documents)

10. Department of Human Resources Development; memorandum to the Office Treasurer General, 1991 September 04

 

Box 263

11. Department of Intelligence and Security (NAT); Research reports, n.d., 1992 – 1994

12. Department of National Intelligence, 1992, 1994

13. Department of Manpower and Development, 1992

14. Department of Manpower and Development, n.d., 1992 (reports)

15. Department of Manpower and Development; progress report of activities for the years, 1985 – 1991

16. Department of Labour; dispute between CCMA and Msomi Mdladla, 1997

17. Department of Public Relations, 1991 – 1993

18. Department of Public Relations; annual reports, 1993

19. Department of Tourism, 1993 (reports)

20. Evaluating the performance of ANC department and regions, n.d.

21. Fundraising Department, 1993 – 1994

22. A guide to using the ANC, Research library, 1993 November

23. Health Policy Coordinating Unit, 1994

 

Box 264

24. Office of the Deputy President; annual report, 1992

25. Office of the National Chairman, 1992 –1993

26. Office of the National Chairman; annual report

27. Department of Health; President’s office, 1992 – 1994

28. Religious Affairs, 1990

29. Truth Commission Department, 1995 – 1996

 

Box 265

Series VII – ANC Mission Offices

1. Angola, n.d., 1993, 1996

2. Australasian and Pacific Mission, 1991 – 1993

3. Belgium, n.d., 1991 – 1994

4. Bonn (Germany and Austria) 1991 – 1993

5. Botswana, 1992, 1994

6. Canada, 1991 – 1993

7. China, n.d

8. Commonwealth Observer Group to South Africa, 1992 – 1994

9. Denmark, 1991 – 1992

10. Egypt, 1991

11. France, 1991 – 1994

 

Box 266

12. Helsinki, 1992

13. India, 1992 – 1993

14. Kenya, 1991, 1994

15. Malaysia and Singapore; meeting with representatives of the Malaysian government based in Johannesburg, 1993 – 1994

16. Norway, 1991 – 1993

17. Nigeria, 1991 – 1993

18. Namibia, 1991

19. Observer Mission of ANC to the United Nations, 1992 – 1994

 

Box 267

20. Sweden / Stockholm, 1991 – 1993

  1. Senegal, 1991 – 1993

22.Tanzania, 1991 – 1994

23. Tokyo, 1991 – 1994

24. Uganda, 1990 – 1991, 1993

25. United Kingdom, 1990 – 1991

 

Box 268

26. United Kingdom, 1992

27. United Kingdom, 1993

28. United Kingdom, 1994 – 1995

29. United States and President’s Office, 1991

 

Box 269

30. United States, 1992 (1)

31. United States, 1992 (2)

32. United States, 1993 (1)

33. United States, 1993 (2)

 

Box 270

34. United States, 1993 (3)

35. United States, 1994

36. Various countries, 1990 – 1994

37. Zambia, 1990 – 1993

38. Zambia (reports) 1993

39. Zimbabwe, 1990 – 1993

 

Box 271

Series VIII – ANC Structures

Branches

1. ANC Alice branch, 1990

2. ANC Bonteheuwel branch, 1991

3. ANC Cape Town Central branch, 1994. (Includes Cradock and Alexander branches)

4. Ga-Rankuwa branch, 1993

5. ANC Branches, general, 1993

6. Office of the President and ANC branches, Eastern Cape, 1995-1996. (Includes East London, Lusikisiki, Albany, Transkei, Border)

7. ANC Ennerdale branch, 1994

8. Invitation from branches, 1995-1997

9. ANC Kliptown branch, 1981

10. Office of the President and branches, KwaZulu Natal, 1991-1996. Includes Melmoth, Sydenham, Verulam

11. ANC Branches, Lebowakgomo branch, 1993

12. Letter directed to Nelson Mandela from Butterworth branch regarding demarcation, 1991 January 9

13. List of names at the Msobomvu branch

14. Memorandum from ANC Executive Committee of Bellhar branch to ANC President, re: Zain Brown unacceptable as a candidate, n.d.

15. Visit of cde Zuma at Thuthukani branch; Mpumalanga Province, 1993 October 15

16. ANC Newclare branch

17. Office of the President and ANC branches, Western Cape, 1995-1997. Includes Northdale, Athlone North, Cape Town Central, Calvinia, Paarl

 

Box 272

18. PWV branches, 1993-1994, (correspondence)

19. Recommendations to cde. President Nelson Mandel from Central branch of ANC, Kimberly, 1993 (reports)

20. Branches; Secunda, Stanger, n.d (correspondence)

21. Office of the President and ANC branches; Transvaal, 1993-1997 (correspondence)

22. Office of the President and ANC various branches, 1996-1997

23. ANC Veterans League, 1993 (correspondence)

24. Veterans League constitutional matters, n.d. (discussion documents)

25. Veteran’s party, 1996 (correspondence, includes report from national fund raisers)

25a. ANC Veteran’s League, 1997 (correspondence)

 

Box 273

ANC Regions

Eastern Cape

26. ANC Border Region, 1993 (correspondence)

27. Minutes of Border region, n.d., 1991

28. Border Region, n.d., 1991 (correspondence)

29. Border Region, 1992 (correspondence)

30. Border Region, n.d., 1992 – 1994 (reports)

31. Eastern Cape Region, n.d., 1992 (reports)

32. Eastern Cape Region, n.d., 1991-1992 (correspondence)

33. Eastern Cape Region, 1993-1995, 1997 (correspondence)

 

Box 274

Gauteng / PWV

34. ANC Eastern Transvaal/Mpumalanga Province, 1991-1994 (correspondence)

35. ANC Gauteng, 1993-1994 (correspondence)

36. ANC Gauteng, n.d., 1992 (statements)

37. ANC Northern Transvaal/ Limpopo Province, 1991-1994 (correspondence)

37a. Northern province, 1997 (reports)

37b. Provincial secretary’s report, ANC Northern Province, 6th Provincial Conference, Tivumbeni College of Education, 1996 December 5-8

38. ANC Northwest region, 1991-1996 (correspondence)

39. ANC PWV Region, Administrative Department, 1993-1994 (correspondence)

40. ANC PWV Region with Alliance (SACP, COSATU) 1992-1994 (correspondence)

41. ANC PWV with ANC structures; 1991-1995 (correspondence)

 

Box 275

42. ANC PWV Region; Committees, 1991-1993

43. ANC PWV Region; Department of Arts and Culture, 1992-1994

44. ANC PWV Region; Department of Information and Publicity, 1992-1993

45. ANC PWV Region, Elections Commission, 1992-1994

46. ANC PWV Region, Office of the Chairperson, 1991-1994

47. ANC PWV Region with organizations, 1992-1993

48. ANC PWV Regional Office, n.d., 1990-1992

49. ANC PWV Regional Office, 1993-1994

50. ANC PWV Region; Secretary-General’s Office, 1992-1994

 

Box 276

51. ANC PWV Region; sub-regions, 1993-1994 (correspondence)

52. ANC PWV Region; Veterans League, 1992-1994 (correspondence)

53. ANC PWV Region; violence, 1991-1992, 1997 (reports)

54. Heritage oil and gas Limited and Tokyo Sexwale (Chairperson, ANC PWV) re: invitation to discuss the future of South Africa long term hydrocarbon and energy requirements, 1994 January 26

55. National Women’s Coalition in PWV, 1993(correspondence)

56. ANC PWV Region, 1991-1993 (minutes)

57. ANC PWV Regional Executive Committee meeting1992-1993 (minutes)

58. ANC PWV Regional Working Committee meetings

 

Box 277

59. ANC PWV Region, n.d, 1991-1993 (reports)

60. ANC PWV Region, 1994 (reports)

61. ANC PWV Region; department’s reports, 1992-1993

22. ANC PWV Region; Election strategy Workshop, 1992 (reports)

63. ANC PWV Region; 1993 (discussion papers)

 

Box 278

64. ANC PWV Region, financial statements, 1992-1993 (reports)

65. ANC PWV Region, 1991-1993 (statements)

66. ANC PWV Region, Task Force reports, n.d., 1992-1993

67. ANC PWV Regional Office: Negotiations (correspondence)

68. ANC PWV Regional Office, Regional Executive Committee, 1992 (reports)

69. Agreement aimed at promoting peace in the PWV region between ANC and Transvaal residents Hostel Residents Association, 1992 (reports)

70. Gauteng region Local Government workshop draft meeting, Lancet House, Johannesburg, 1994 February 06 (correspondence)

71. Report of the third annual congress of the ANC PWV region, 1992

72. Visit to PWV region, 1993 (reports)

 

Box 279

KwaZulu/Natal

73. ANC Kwa-Zulu/Natal, statements, 1997. (Includes speech by President Nelson Mandela at the funeral of 5 ANC members at Esimozomeni, Richmond, 1997 August 3. Speech by Nelson Mandela at the official opening of the International Convention Centre (ICC) Durban), 1997 August 8

74. ANC Kwa-Zulu/Natal, report, n.d., 1994. Includes press allegations regarding the training of a “Zulu force” by Leonard Veenendal.

75. ANC Kwa-Zulu/Natal; financial report to President of ANC Nelson Mandela by Provincial Treasurer, Zweli Mkhize, 1996 November 13

76. Reports for President Nelson Mandela, ANC Kwa-Zulu/Natal, [1996]

79. ANC Kwa-Zulu/Natal, 1995-1997 (correspondence)

80. ANC Natal Province, 1996 (correspondence)

81. ANC Northern Natal Region, 1991 (correspondence)

82. ANC Northern Natal, 11th Regional Conference, 1992 November 28 – 29 (report)

83. ANC Northern Natal Commission of Enquiry report, 1993

 

Box 280

84. ANC Northern Natal, commission of Inquiry report, 1993 November 17

85. ANC Northern Natal Region, 1991-1994 (report)

86. ANC Southern Natal Region, 1991(correspondence)

87. ANC Southern Natal Region, 1991 (reports)

88. ANC Southern Natal, Region, 1992 (correspondence)

89. ANC Southern Natal Region, 1993-1994 (correspondence)

90. ANC Southern Natal Region, 1994 (reports)

91. Deputation from Southern Natal to meet the Deputy President, 1994 November 3 (correspondence)

 

Box 281

92. Looking beyond the whites-only referendum, discussion paper by ANC Southern Natal region, [1992]

93. ANC Natal Midlands region, 1991-1993 (correspondence)

94. ANC Natal Region, 1991-1992 (correspondence)

95. President’s Office and Natal Region, 1991, 1993-1994 (correspondence)

96. Minutes of the Empangeni region (Northern Natal), n.d

97. Report on attack in Northern Natal, n.d.

98. Violence in Natal, report by ANC Southern Natal region (lower south coast sub-region)

99. ANC Southern Natal, 1991-1994 (correspondence)

 

Box 282

ANC Northern Cape Region (correspondence, reports)

100. ANC Northern Cape region, n.d., 1991

101. ANC Northern Cape region, 1992

102. ANC Northern Cape region, 1993

103. ANC Northern Cape region, 1994

104. ANC Northern Cape region, 1995-1997

 

Box 283

105. ANC Northern Cape region, 2nd Provincial Conference, Upington, 1996 September 24-29

106. ANC Northern Cape region, provincial government, 1994

107. ANC Northern Cape region, 1991, 1996

108. The report of the organization in the Northern Cape Province, 1996 November 16-17

108a. ANC Northern Cape, minutes, 1994 January

 

Box 284

ANC Northern Free State Region (correspondence)

109. ANC Northern Free State region, 1991-1992

110. ANC Northern Free State region, 1993-1994

111. ANC Southern Free State region, 1990-1992

112. ANC Southern Free State region, 1993-1994

 

Box 285

ANC Western Cape Region (correspondence)

113. ANC Western Cape region, n.d.

114. ANC Western Cape region, 1991

115. ANC Western Cape region, 1992

116. ANC Western Cape region, 1993

117. ANC Western Cape region, 1994

118. ANC Western Cape region, 1995

119. ANC Western Cape region, 1996

 

Box 286

120. ANC Western Cape region, n.d. 1993 (minutes, includes minibus photographs taken at WEBTA base suspected to be used in attacking people in the Western Cape

121. Details of ANC Western Cape Health Department on engaging with government department, parastatals and other state-funded institutions, 1993

122. Nelson Mandela visit to West coast, 1992 (reports)

123. ANC Western Cape region, n.d., 1991-1993 (reports)

124. ANC Western Cape region, 1996 (reports)

125. ANC Western Cape Health Department on engaging with government departments, speeches, n.d.

126. ANC Western Cape region, speeches and messages, 1993

 

Box 287

ANC Women’s League (correspondence, reports)

127. ANC Women’s League, n.d

128. ANC Women’s League, 1992

129. ANC Women’s League, 1993

130. ANC Women’s League, 1994

131. ANC Women’s League, 1995

 

Box 288

132. ANC Women’s League, 1996-1997

133. ANC Women’s League, memorandum on resignation of NEC members, 1995

134. Commission on the Emancipation of Women, 1991-1993

135. ANC Women’s League, list, n.d

 

Box 289

136. ANC Women’s League reports, n.d.

137. ANC Women’s League reports, 1993. (Includes statement of ANC Women’s League on the assassination of Chris Hani, 1993

138. ANC Women’s League report, 1998

139. ANC Women’s League 4th National conference, on Women 2001 for Unity, Peace and Development, 1997 April 24-27

140. ANC Women’s League, draft end of year report submitted to ANC Secretary-General’s Office, 1992-1993

141. ANC Women’s League, draft report, 1992

142 ANC Women’s League Eastern Cape region report on activities of Women’s League for period 1991/1992

143. ANC Women’s League National Conference, Rustenburg Civic Centre, Northwest Province, 1997 April 23-27

 

Box 290

144. ANC Women’s League PWV regional office, 1991

145. Final audit report on ANC Women’s League, head office, 1993 January 1994 December

146. Women’s National Coalition, interim research report campaign for effective equality, n.d.

147. Women’s National Coalition, interim research report campaign for effective equality, n.d (duplicated copy)

 

Box 290a

(Discussion documents/statements)

148. ANC Women’s League, discussion papers, 1993

149. Gender in constriction and development: ANC Women’s League National Conference, 1993 December 6-9

150. Status of South African woman, 1993

151. ANC Women’s League financial statements, 1997

152. Opening speech of Deputy President Walter Sisulu at the ANC Women’s League conference, Durban, 1993 December 5

153. Statements of ANC Women’s League on the observance of the 41st Anniversary of 9th National women’s Day, 1997

154. Welcoming speech delivered by Albertina Sisulu to the delegated observers and internal guests at the National conference of the ANC Women’s League, 1991 April 25

 

Box 291

ANC Youth League

155. ANC Youth League, 1991 (correspondence)

156. ANC Youth League, 1993-1996 (correspondence)

157. ANC Youth League 50th Anniversary, 1995 (correspondence)

158. ANC Youth League 52nd Anniversary, 1996 October 20 (correspondence)

159. Correspondence regarding youth, 1993-1994

160. ANC Youth League, Warmbaths branch, n.d. (correspondence)

161. ANC Youth League, n.d., 1993 (discussion papers)

162. ANC Youth League, organizational and leadership issues in the ANC, 1996 (discussion paper)

163. ANC Youth League, organizing minorities, young women and students, 1993 May-August (discussion paper)

164. ANC Youth League, 1991-1993 (reports)

165. ANC Youth League, 1994 January 14-17 (reports)

166. ANC Youth League report on cde Mandela’s visit to the Eastern Cape, state of organization, 1992 March 27

167. ANC Youth League, National Youth conference, 1993 (report)

 

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Series IX – Countries

1. Africa; letters to Nelson Mandela, 1990, 1992 – 1995

2. Angola (discussion document) n.d.

3. Angola, 1993 – 1994

4. Angola, 1995

5. Austria, 1990 – 1993

6. Australia, n.d., 1992

7. Australia, 1993

8. Australia, 1994

9. Australia, 1995 – 1996

10. Letters to Mandela from other countries (A – J)

 

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11. Arab Libya, 1991 – 1993

12. Brazil, 1991

13. Botswana, 1992 – 1994

14. Bophuthatswana, n.d., 1996

15. Belgium, 1993 – 1994

16. Bahamas, 1993

17. Burkina Faso, 1996

18. Canada, n.d., 1992

 

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19. Canada, 1993

20. Canada, 1994 – 1997

21. China, 1991 – 1992

22. China, 1993

23. China, 1994

24. Cuba, n.d., – 1991

25. Cuba, 1993

26. Cuba, 1996 (minutes)

27. Cuba, 1997

28. Denmark Public, n.d., 1991 – 1993

29. Denmark, n.d., 1992 (reports)

 

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30. East Timor; Foreign Relations, 1996 (reports)

31. Finland, 1991 – 1994

32. France, n.d., 1991

33. France, 1992

34. France, 1993

35. France, 1994 – 1995

36. France, 1996 – 1997

37. Germany; letters to Nelson Mandela, 1988, 1992 – 1997

 

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38. Germany, 1993 –1994

39. India, n.d., 1990 – 1994

40. India, 1995

41. India, 1996 – 1997

42. Iran, 1992 – 1994

43. Israel, 1987, 1993

44. Italy, 1992 – 1993

45. Jamaica, n.d., 1994

 

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46. Japan, 1990 – 1993

47. Japan, 1996 – 1997

48. Lebanon

49. Lesotho, n.d., – 1991

50. Lesotho, 1992 – 1994

51. Lusaka Regional Political Committee report, [1990]

52. Macedonia, 1994

53. Malaysia, 1991 – 1994

54. Malaysia – South Africa Friendship Housing Project, 1996

55. Mauritius, 1992 – 1993

56. Malawi, 1992

57. Mali, 1991

58. Maryland, 1991

59. Middle – East countries, 1994, 1996

 

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60. Campaign for Free Vanunu and for a Nuclear – Free Middle East, 1996

61. Morocco, 1991

62. Mozambique, 1992 – 1995

63. Namibia, 1992 – 1994

64. Netherlands, 1993 – 1995

65. Nepal, 1993

66. New Zealand, 1990 – 1995

 

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67. Nigeria, 1990 – 1992

68. Nigeria, 1993 – 1994

69. Nigeria, 1995 – 1997

70. Norway, 1993

71. Pakistan High Commissioner, 1991 – 1994

72. Pakistan, n.d., 1994 – 1995

73. Palestine and Office of the President, 1992 – 1994

74. State of Palestine; report

75. Portugal, 1992 – 1994

76. Russia, n.d., (report)

 

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77. Saudi Arabia, 1993

78. Senegal; Dawn African Regional Meeting, 1994 November 11 – 13

79. Southern America, 1993 – 1996

80. Spain, 1990 – 1994

81. Sri Lanka, 1995 – 1997

82. Swaziland; meeting between the President and a delegation (reports)

83. Sweden, 1991 – 1994

84. Switzerland, 1990 – 1995

85. Sudan, 1995

86. Tanzania, 1992

87. Turkey, 1992

88. Uganda, 1991, 1993

89. United Kingdom, 1990 – 1992

 

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90. United Kingdom, 1993 – 1995

91. United Kingdom, 1996 – 1997

92. United Kingdom, n.d., 1988 – 1989

93. United States of America, n.d., 1989 – 1990

94. United States of America, 1994

 

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95. United States of America, 1991 – 1992

96. United States of America, 1993

97. United States of America, 1995 – 1997

98. Zaire / Congo, 1997

99. Union Pour la Democratie et le Progres Social, 1994, 1996

100. Zambia, 1991 – 1992

101. Zimbabwe, 1997

 

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Series X – Embassies

1. Angola, 1992 – 1994

2. Argentina, 1992 – 1994

3. Australian Embassy, 1990 – 1993

4. Belgium, 1992 – 1993

5. Brazilian Embassy, n.d., 1990 – 1994

6. British Embassy, 1989 – 1994

7. British Consulate, 1992

8. British Consulate, 1993 – 1994

9. British Consulate, 1990 – 1991

 

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10. Canada Embassy, 1990 – 1993

11. Canada, 1991 – 1994

12. Chile, 1990 – 1994

13. Chinese Embassy, 1992 – 1993, 1995 – 1996

14. Congo Embassy, 1994

15. Czech Republic, 1991 – 1993

16. Embassies – various (A – L) 1991, 1993 – 1994, 1997

17. Federal Republic of Germany, 1990 – 1993

18. Finnish Embassy, 1993

19. France Embassy, n.d., 1990

 

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20. France Embassy, 1992

21. France Embassy, 1993 – 1994

22. Gabon, 1991 – 1994

23. Ghana, 1991, 1993 – 1994

24. Greece, 1991 – 1997

25. Guinea Republic, 1993

26. Haiti, 1993 – 1994

27. Hungary, 1992, 1994

28. India High Commissioner, 1991 – 1996

 

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29. Indonesian Embassy, 1995 – 1996

30. Iran Embassy, 1992 – 1993

31. Israel Embassy, 1992 – 1993

32. Italian Embassy, 1990 – 1994

33. Japan Embassy, 1991 – 1995

34. Japan General – Consulate, 1991 – 1992

35. Korea Democratic Republic, 1992 – 1994

36. Lesotho, 1993 – 1994

37. Kenya, 1993 November 12

38. Malawi, 1991 – 1993

39. Malaysia, 1994 – 1995

40. Maputo, 1994

41. Mauritius, 1991 – 1993

 

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42. Mexico, 1991, 1993

43. Middle – East, 1989, 1994 – 1996

44. Mozambique, 1994

45. Namibia, 1990 – 1994

46. Netherlands, 1992 – 1993

47. Nigeria, 1993 – 1996

48. Norway, 1991 – 1994

49. Pakistan, 1992, 1994

50. Palestine, 1991, 1993

51. Poland, 1993

52. Peru, 1993 – 1994

 

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53. Portugal, 1991 – 1994

54. Royal Danish Embassy, 1991 – 1993

55. Russia, 1993 – 1994

56. Rwanda, 1993

57. Senegal, 1992

58. Singapore, 1992 – 1993

59. South African Embassies, 1994

60. Spain, 1991 – 1993

61. Kingdom of Swaziland, 1993 – 1994

62. Sweden, 1991 – 1993

63. Switzerland, 1992 –1994

 

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64. Tanzania, 1991 – 1993

65. Tunisia, 1991 – 1994

66. Turkey, 1992 – 1993

67. United Kingdom, 1991 – 1994

68. United States of America, 1990 – 1991

69. United States of America, 1992

70. United States of America, 1993

 

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71. United States of America, 1994

72. United States of America, 1995 – 1996

73. Uganda, 1993 March 10

74. Uruguay, 1991 – 1994

75. Venezuela, 1990 – 1991

76. Vienna, 1993

77. West Africa, 1991, 1993 – 1994

78. Zaire, 1991 – 1992

79. Zambia, 1991 – 1994

80. Zimbabwe, 1991 – 1994

 

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Negotiations/ Elections

1. Addendum to opening address to be delivered of the end of “transitional government” and just before “ status of CODESA”

2. Addresses, speeches delivered at the local government negotiating forum – JHB civic center, 1993 March 22

3. African center for the constructive resolution of disputes (ACCORD), 1993

4. Agreements and a SANCO (South African National Civic

Organization) led delegation government negotiation forum – a

Report, 1993 March

5. ANC briefing documents for CODESA 2, 1992 May 15-16

6. ANC briefing on negotiations, 1992 April 3

7. ANC constitution and amendment and adopted at ANC national

Conference, 1994 December

8. ANC departments- re elections, 1994

9. ANC election campaign for a constituent assembly, 1992-1993

10. ANC election strategy workshop, 1995

 

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11. ANC election manual for region, 1993

12. ANC election outdoor campaign Cape Town, 1996

13. ANC inaugural ceremony and celebration of South Africa new President – proposal to be of service presented by Peter Mancer (Diversity management and production), 1994

14. ANC KwaZulu Natal- election results, 1993,1996

15. ANC local government and housing (include the flyers and minutes), 1993-1996

16. ANC national assembly- list (1994)

17. ANC national consultative workshops on local and regional government, 1992 October 31- November 1

18. ANC policy guidelines for a democratic South Africa as adopted at national conference, 1992 May 28-31

19. ANC regions and branches- re: elections, 1994

20. ANC regions participation in negotiations, 1992

21. ANC regional policy- draft discussion document; a document of the constitutional committee and the department of local and regional government and housing, 1992

22. ANC strategy and tactics, 1994

 

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23. ANC support- a survey, [1993]

24. ANC voter education fundraising dinner with Chinese community, 1994

25. An approach to the president’s visits to the regions and election Programme, 1993

26. Arguments on voting age to 16 years (summary), n.d.

27. Assessment- one year of governments of national unity – NWC discussion paper, 1995 June 1

28. Association of law societies of RSA- re: proposal to CODESA regarding a new legal dispensation, 1992 June 8

29. Barometer on negotiation, 1992 May

30. Bilateral discussions with regimes, 1992

31. Bilateral talks ANC / government, 1992

32.Campaign for peace and democracy-guidelines on Programme of action, n.d.

33. Closing statement of the ANC- CODESA, 1991 December 21

34. “Changing allegiances and party policies in the prospective election,” n.d.

35. Changing orientation of various constitutional positions of the political parties and organizations, n.d.

36. CODESA in perspective: a process evaluation: the problem of inclusiveness: Think tank no 2., n.d.

37. CODESA- personal notes of Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela, n.d.

 

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38. CODESA agreement for multi- party planning conference consolidated document, vol.1, 1993

39. CODESA document- working group 1-4, 1992 May 12

40. CODESA- opening remarks, 1991

41. CODESA working groups1 and 2, n.d.

42. CODESA working group 3 and 4,1992

43. Collection of messages from Stan Greenberg, 1994

44. Comment by the leader of the UPF Mr. M.N. Ramodike at CODESA 2, 1992 May 16

45. Community and citizen education project, [1993]

46. Constitution Act, 1983

 

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47.Constitution, democracy and a summary of the new constitution; the working draft, n.d.

48. Constitution of S.A. and amendment Bill, n.d.

49. Constitutional committee discussion papers, 1992

50. Constitutional issues, 1993

51. Constitutional process and the future of the TBVC States; transitional arrangements- from the point of re -incorporation to the establishment of a transitional government of the establishment of a transitional government of National unity in South Africa, 1993 March 31

52. Constitutional transition of S.A.- unmandated report f technical committee, 1993 April 26

53. Convention for Democratic South Africa (CODESA) 2, [1992]

54. Convention for Democratic South Africa (CODESA) documents, 1992 May 12

55. Convention for Democratic South Africa (CODESA)– general

Information, 1992

56. Convention for a Democratic South Africa (CODESA 1), 1991

57. Convention for a Democratic South Africa- standing rule of

58. Procedures for plenary session.

 

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59. Conventional for Democratic South Africa (CODESA) working group 2, 1992

60. Convention for a Democratic South Africa (CODESA) – World Trade Centre, Johannesburg, 1991 December

61. Convention for a Democratic South Africa (CODESA)- World Trade Centre, Johannesburg, 1991 December 20

62. Correctional service, 1993- 1994

63. Correspondence sent to the ANC negotiations department, 1993-

1994

64. COSATU’s proposal for reconstruction Accord, 1992.

65. Declaration of intent – final draft, 1991 December 18

66. Declaration on the negotiating process, second draft, 1993 May 7

67. Delegation of participation organization- CODESA 2, 1992

68. Delegation from the three Northern Cape sub-region that are now part of the New of the North- western region meeting with ANC, 1994 January 18

69. Democratic election funds, 1993-1995

 

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70. Democratic Party on transition, n.d.

71. Department of local government and housing, 1992

72. Department of local government and housing, 1993- 1994

73. Discussion notes re: negotiations / transformation, n.d, 1992

74. Dobson Ville Ratepayers Association, 1994 April 20

75. Draft discussion document regional policy (local and regional government), 1992

76. Draft report of the extended meeting of the legislature and governance meeting, 1997 October 11

77. Election activities, 1992- 1994

78. Election bill, n.d.

79. Elections (correspondence), 1992-1995

80. Elections (reports), 1992- 1995

 

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81. Elections campaign- letters, 1992- 1994

82. Election campaign, reports, 1993-1994

83. Election commission, 1991- 1992

84. Election commission, 1993-1994

85. Elections commission – re national Programme of work mid- June to end August – key element a discussion paper [1994]

86. Elections commission reports, 1992- 1993

87. Election communications operational strategy, 1992 November

88. Electoral (constituent assembly) bill, 1993

89. Election dossier: a guide to the electoral act, 1993

90. Election department, 1993- 1994

 

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91. Election – discussion papers, [1992- 1994]

92. Election fundraising, 1992- 1994

93. Election fundraising, 1993- 1994

94. Election KwaZulu Natal, n.d, 1996

95. Election management manual, 1993

96. Election management workshop- draft Programme, [1994]

 

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97. Election meeting- agenda, [1994]

98. Election monitoring force, 1993

99. Election political committee meeting- ANC PWV Regional Offices, 1993 July 5

100. Election planning committee, 1993

101. Election preparations, 1992- 1993

102. Election preparations, [1994]

 

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103. Election strategy workshop – report, [1992 September 25-27]

104. Election strategy workshop, 1995 May 20-21

105. Election for a constituent assembly interim legislature, n.d.

106. Election – reports, 1992-1994

107. Elections results, 1996 – 1997

108. Elections training and workshops, 1993- 1994

109. Election tribunal constituted in terms of electoral Act no.202 of 1993

110. Elections- views of the individuals, 1994

111. First version of the draft electoral Bill, 1993 September

112. Freedom for all- the Orange River proposals – by David Guise a submission to the multi Party negotiations, 1993

113. Further work on the demarcation delimitation of states/ province/region, 1993 October 15

 

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114. Fourteenth report of the committee on the constitutional issues, 1993

115. Funding proposal motivation, 1993- 1994

116. Fundraising for election, 1993- 1994

117. Gender advisory committee to the management committee of CODESA, n.d.

118. Getting to yes, negotiating agreement without giving, 1992

119. Government of the self the supreme court of South Africa (Transvaal provincial division), 1993

120. Guidelines for ANC list process for national assembly and regional legislatures, 1994

121. Inauguration Pre- election good wishes and international dignitaries, 1994

122. Independent election monitoring team, 1992 July 10

123. Independent forum for electoral educations, briefing document on negotiations with SABC, 1993

124. Independent broad casting authority (draft) bill, as adopted by the negotiating council and subsequently corrected, 1993 September3-6

 

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125. Independent electoral commission, 1994

126. Independent electoral commission act- 3rd draft submitted by technical committee to the negotiation council of the multi party negotiating process, 1993 August

127. Independent electoral commission act/ bill – final draft, n.d, 1993

128. Information package on the Western/ Southern Cape, n.d.

129. Important aspects of the negotiations process, 1992 January 2

130. Interim government / transition, 1991

131. Interim report: Natal baseline, 1993 October 4

132. International Indian treaty council, 1991

133. Intervention of the ANC president Nelson Mandela at the second session on the CODESA 2, Johannesburg, 1992 May 16

134. Internal discussion document of the public sector in the RSA and TBVC states, 1992 September 30

135. Invites / invitations for the presidential inauguration, 1994

136. Issues for decision by the NWC and NEC, 1993 February 5

137. Irish anti apartheid movement, 1991

138. Issue of legality and constitutional continuity, n.d.

139. Joint planning committee and coordinating team meeting, 1993 July 5

140. King- Luthuli transformation center, 1992

141. Kwa Zulu Natal local government elections, 1996

142. Launch of the local government negotiation forum (LGNF) – a report, 1993 March 22

 

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143. Lawyers for human rights: re guidelines for political parties during election, 1992

144. Letters sent to selected individuals as invitation to attend initial meeting regarding the process of organizing post April 27 inaugural celebrations and events, 1994

145. List of foreign voting stations/ country coordinators / presiding officers, 1994

146. Local government negotiating forum- Civic theatre Braamfontein; Johannesburg, 1993 June 30

147. Local government election report [1994]

148. Local government elections ANC position, [1994]

149. Local government – national coordinating forum, 1994

150. Local government models- rural (ANC draft discussion), n.d.

151. Local government negotiating forum, 1993

152. Local government elections statistics, 1997 November

153. Local government election regulations, 1994

 

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154. Local government election regulations – task group on local government elections, 1994 August 2

155. Local government: elections task group timeframe, 1995

156. Local government negotiating forum, 1993 June 30

157. Mandela scholarship fund, 1990

158. Management committee recommendations on the way forward to CODESA 2, 1992 May 16

159. Memo for ANC president on the regimes proposal for transitional structures, 1992

160. Memoranda to cde Nelson Mandela, n.d.

161. Memorandum from James and Josiah to president Mandela re: proposal to establish an election training commission 1991 August

162. Memoranda from election commission, 1993

163. Minutes of consultative workshop on local government, housing and service provision, 1993

164. Meeting of the negotiating council, World trade center; 1993 September 1

165. Multi party negotiation process (MPNP) agreement – negotiation commission, 1993

 

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164. National Co-coordinating Committee for the Repatriation of Exiles, 1992

165. National election strategy workshop, 1993

166. National election commission general report to the NEC, 1992

167. National election planning committee, 1993

168. National election strategy workshop, 1997 March 15

169. National elections department, 1995- 1996

170. National election commission, 1994

171. National peace accord, 1991

 

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172. National peace accord, 1992

173. National peace accord, 1993

174. National peace accord, 1994

175. National peace convention, 1991

176. National peace committee, n.d., 1991- 1993

178. National inauguration of the president- list of ushers, 1994

179. National institute for local government and development project proposal, 1993 January 26

 

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180. Negotiating commission volume, 1992

181. Negotiating commission volume 1 agreement, 1992

182. Negotiations commission volume 2-3 working group 2-5, 1992

183. Negotiations commission volume 2, 1992

 

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184. Negotiations commission volume 3, 1992

185. Negotiations commission status of bilateral agreements, 1993

186. Negotiations commission volume 4 working group, 1991-1992

 

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187. Negotiations commission volume 5, 1992

188. Negotiations commission volume 5, 1992

189. Negotiations commission MPNP agreements part 1, [1993]

190. Negotiations commission volume 6, 1992

191. Negotiations commission volume 6, 1992

 

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192. Negotiations commission meeting, 1993

193. Negotiation commission, 1991-1992,1994

194. Negotiation commission (reports), 1992

195. Negotiation commission, press briefings, 1993

 

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196. Negotiation commission: minutes of bi- lateral, 1992 December

197. Negotiation commission, 1993

198. Negotiations (constitution), 1991-1993

199. Negotiation council (draft minutes), 1993

200. Negotiation council, 1993

 

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201. Negotiations a strategic perspective, 1992

202. Negotiation matters, 1992

203. Negotiations matters (correspondence), 1993

204. Negotiations matters (discussion document), 1993

205. Negotiations matters, n.d.

 

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206. Negotiation matters (various), n.d

207. Negotiation report, 1992 December

208. Negotiation- role-played by language in the fight against apartheid in the RSA, 1990

209. Negotiations (TBVC states), n.d

210. Negotiations (Multi party negotiation process), 1993 October 27

211. Negotiations (Multi party negotiation process) technical committee reports, 1993 June 11,15

 

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212. Negotiation commission n.d

213. Negotiation commission, 1994 January 6

214. Negotiation process, 1993- 1994

 

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215. Opinion poll conducted for the star and radio 702, conducted by marketing and media research, n.d

216. Opinion and messages to Nelson Mandela about democratic South Africa during election period, 1994

217. Petition to CODESA management committee dawn up by delegation of Amakhosi of KwaZulu in Solemn protest at the exclusion of a Kwa Zulu delegation to CODESA in which his majesty would be properly represented, presented by Inkosi N.J Ngubane on behalf of Amakhosi of Kwa Zulu, [1992]

218. Planning committee meeting, 1992 September 7

219. Positive action now for peace and reconciliation, 1992

220. Political negotiation, 1992, 1994

221. Preparing for government and reconstruction, the organizational structure of the ANC, where to now a memo from president’s office research to ANC president, [1993]

222. Presidential inauguration: statement of the ANC president Nelson Mandela on his inauguration as president of democratic republic of South Africa – union building, Pretoria, 1994 May 10

223. Presidential campaign programme 1994

224. Production celebration the installation of the president of a new democratic South Africa following the first elections, 1994 April 27

225. Proposed amendments to the transitional constitution; n.d., 1993,1994

226. Proposal on selection committee for government structures, n.d.

227. Proposal to the negotiating council on the appointment of technical sub- committees and their terms of reference on certain matters arising from the consolidated, 1993

228. Propositions / submissions, 1990

 

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229. Proposition / submissions, 1991-1993

230. Proposed bill of rights for the new republic of South Africa, 1992

231. Proposed agreement between the ANC and the NP government, 1993

232. Proposed framework for the inauguration of the president and Government of the National Unity, 1994 May 6- 10

233. Proposed ANC positions, [1993]

234. Preparatory meeting for the conference for democratic future – ANC press statement, [1991?]

235. Practical arrangement for the meeting of CODESA 2, 1992 May 15- 16

236. Participation of traditional leaders and the Zulu King in CODESA, 1991- 1992

237. Proposals for the transition: local government in South Africa; 1992 May 04

238. Presidential inauguration, 1994

 

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239. Reconstruction and development Programme 5-6 draft, 1993

240. Reconstruction and distribution Programme, 1994

241. Reconstruction and development Programme: tripartite alliance 4th draft [1993]

242. RDP in the PWV Province, n.d

243. RDP White Paper, [1994]

 

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244. Reconstruction and development Programme tripartite alliance, 1993

245. Reconstruction and development Programme: simplified booklet (RDP), 1994

246. RDP, n.d.

247. RDP, n.d

248. RDP, 1993

249. RDP, 1994

 

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250. Reconstruction and strategy conference, 1994 January 21-23

251. RDP: ANC caucus, 1993 August 20 Friday

252. RDP: briefing document on business meeting, 1994

253. RDP: COSATU, 1994

254. RDP conveying committee meeting – proposed agenda, 1994

255. RDP Council (submission), 1994 October 5

256. Reconstruction and development programme; joint enrichment project, n.d.

257. RDP: Joint Policy Coordinating Committee, n.d.

258. RDP: health, 1994

259. RDP Policy Department, 1995

 

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260. Reconstruction: part one and two, n.d.

261. Ready to govern ‘policy guidelines for a democratic SA.

262. Reach every voter, on election campaign plan, 1994

263. Regions in South Africa- constitution option and their implication for good government and a sound economy, 1993

264. Referendum; political and other implications of a no vote for the ANC and the entire democratic movement, n.d.

265. Report from the presidency on approach made to the presidency regarding the list process, n.d.

266. Report to the deputy president on the state of organization of Eastern Cape region of the ANC – negotiation commission, 1992

267. Report to the Planning Committee from the management team, 1992 December 7

268. Reports on National Party elections campaign strategy, 1993 -1994

269. Reports of the commission on the demarcation/ delimitation of SPRs, 1993 July

 

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270. Report of Local Government Elections Commission to the executive committee Johannesburg, 1995 April 24- 25

271. Report on the parliamentary debate, 1993 September 23

272. Report to National Working Committee, 1993 January 28

273. Report for National Working Committee on finalization of list, 1994 January 11

274. Response by ANC president Nelson Mandela to president De Klerk’s 2nd July memorandum Johannesburg, 1992 July 4

275. Research briefing- election, 1993 December 10

276. Results of provincial legislature premier, [1994]

277. Second version of the draft electoral bill by the technical committee on the electoral bill, 1993 October 15

278. Sixth and final draft of the IEC bill, 1993

279. South African voter education project (summaries of discussions by focus groups1), n.d.

280. South African voter education project (summaries of discussions by focus groups 2), n.d.

 

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281. South African voter education project (summaries of discussion by focus group 3), n.d.

282. South African National Civics Organization (SANCO) – Thabong branch; re: problems emanating from sour and degeneration relationship between ANC and SANCO at branch level in the local government forums (memorandum), 1994 August 3

283. South African Free Election Fund, 1993

284. South African election support project, 1993

285. South African elections and the role of the international community, National Democratic Institute for International Affairs, n.d.

286. Southern Natal region draft paper on the IFP, n.d

287. Special report on the 10th draft of the independent media commission bill – report of the technical committee on the Independent Media Commission and Independent Telecommunications Authority, 1993 August 16

288. Submission received by the technical committee on constitution issues, 1993 July September

 

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289. Sub committee on election related matters, 1993

290. Summit of Patriotic Front forces in CODESA 2 – Lebowakgomo 1992 June 11

291. Speech by state president F.W. De Klerk of CODESA 2, 1992 May 16

292. Statement of the ANC president, Nelson Mandela on constitutional negotiations and elections, n.d.

293. Statement of the ANC president, Nelson Mandela on the constitutional negotiations and elections, n.d.

294. Strategic government structures a project of the graduate school of public and development Management University of Witswatersrand for ANC, 1993 August

295. Structure of constitution for a free South Africa – ANC discussion documents, [1991]

296. Special votes crises, 1994 April 26

297. Technical committee reports, 1993

298. Technical committee reports, 1993

 

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299. Technical committee on the constitutional issues to the Negotiating Council, 1993

300. Towards democratic election in SA, 1992

301. Towards the first election: party support images and mobilization: report by research initiatives, incorporation with marketing and media research fieldwork by decision surveys international, 1993 June

302. Towards a threefold constitution for South Africa liberty equality fraternity, 1992

303. Theuns Eloff head of admin: Multi Party Negotiations Council and the South African concerned Muslims- re Muslim law in South Africa, 1993 November 03

304. Transitional Executive Committee and deployment, n.d.

305. Transition executive council bill, 1993

 

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306. Transitional Executive Committee (TEC) – reports; 1993.

307. Transitional Executive Committee discussion papers, 1992-1993

308. Transitional measures for local government, 1993 March 22

309. Transition to democracy: report of the special commission on negotiations, 1992

310. Transition to democracy Act, n.d.

311. Traditional leaders, 1992-1996

312. TRC enquiry, 1995

 

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313. TBVC States, 1992

314. Working documents for CODESA 2 volume 1, 1992 May 15-16

315. Working group 2 first meeting World Trade Center, 1992 January 20

316.Word of Mouth Production: dawn of a new day/ free at last, 1994

317. Voter eligibility, identification and registration, n.d.

318. Voter education, 1993-1994

319. Youth declaration on CODESA 2, [1992]

 

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Organizations

Attorneys

1. Attorneys (A-F), 1987-1991,1993

2. Attorneys (G-L), 1989-1990, 1993-1994

3. Attorneys (M-N), n.d, 1989, 1992-1993)

4. Attorneys (O-Z), 1989-1990, 1992-1993, 1995

 

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5. Chris Walters and Associates, 1991

6. Cheadle, Thompson and Hayson, 1990-1993

6a. Edward Nathan and Friedland Inc. Attorneys, 1993

7. Ismail Ayob and Associates, 1986, 1990, 1993

8. Ismail Ayob and Partners Attorneys, 1995

9. Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, 1991-1993

10. Lawyers for Human Rights, 1991-1995

11. National Associates of Democratic Lawyers, 1991-1994

 

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Churches

12. Churches (A-F), n.d., 1988, 1990-1997

13. Churches (G-L), 1979, 1991-11-994, 1996

14. Churches (M-R), n.d., 1990-1994

15. Churches (S-Z), n.d., 1991-1995

 

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16. Anglican Bishop of Cape Town, 1988-1994

17. Churches (General), 1990-1993, 1996-1997

18. Methodist), n.d., 1991-1993

19. Rhema Ministries, South Africa, 1992-1993

20. South African council of Churches, 1990-1995, 1998

20a. Religious Affairs (South African council of Churches), 1993-1994

21. World Council of Churches, 1992-1993

 

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Companies (others) – Local and International

22. Banks, 1991, 1993

23. Companies, various (A), South Africa, 1990, 1992-1995

24. Companies, Africa, n.d., 1990, 1993, 1995

25. Companies, (A-D) International, 1990-1991, 1993-1995, 1997

26. Companies (B), South Africa, 1992-1995

27. Companies (C) South Africa, 1989-1995

27a. Companies (D) South Africa, n.d., 1989-1990

 

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28. Companies (E-H), South Africa, n.d., 1991-1996

29. Companies (E-H), International, 1990-1995, 1997

30. Companies (I-J), South Africa, n.d, 1989, 1991-1996

31. Companies (I-L), International, 1990, 1992-1993, 1995, 1997

32. Companies (K-L) South Africa, 1993-1995

 

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33. Companies (M-N) International, 1990, 1993, 1995-1997

34. Companies (M) South Africa, n.d., 1993, 1995-1996

35. Companies (N), South Africa, 1989, 1993-1995

36. Companies (O-R), South Africa, n.d., 1991-1995

37. Companies (O-R), International, 1992-1997

 

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38. Companies (S-V), International, 1992-1995

39. Companies (S), South Africa, 1992-1996

40. Companies (T), South Africa, 1990, 1993-1996

41. Companies (U-V), South Africa, 1990-1991, 1993-1994

42. Companies (W-Z), International, 1991-1993

43. Companies (X-Z), South Africa, 1988, 1993, 1995

 

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Organizations – International

44. Action Southern Africa, 1994 (reports)

45. Africare, 1994

46. African Arts Funding Inc., 1991

47. Anti-Apartheid Movement, 1992

48. Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs, 1991

49. All India Congress Committee, 1991-1992, 1994

50. American Committee on Africa, 1993

51. Amnesty International, 1991-1993, 1996-1997

 

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52. Children’s organizations, 1991-1993

53. City Medial Two, 1993

54. Collegium Ramazzini, 1991

55. Commonwealth, 1989-1991 (includes reports)

56. Commonwealth Secretariat, 1991-1994

57. Cuba Organization, 1992-1994

58. Friends of India Society International (USA), 1994

59. Friederich Ebart Stiftung (FES), 1992

60. International Labour Office, Geneva, 1993

61. International Round Table on democracy and alternative world order, Tripoli, 1993 March 13-14 (reports)

62. International Society for Human Rights, 1992-1993

63. Institute of International Organization, 1993

 

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64. International Relations, 1993-1994

65. International Press Institute, 1991

66. International Communications for Management, 1996 October 30

67. International Federation of Newspaper Publishers (IFNP)

68. International Press Institute, 1993

69. International Commission of Jurists, 1994

70. International NGO forum on human rights, 1993

71. International Association for Impact assessment, 1993

72. International Forum of National Civic Movements, 1995

73. International Meditation for a Democratic South Africa, 1994

74. Nelson Mandela Multi-cultural Centre, USA, 1995-1996

75. Nelson and Winnie Mandela Scholarship Fund, 1991. (Includes newsletter)

 

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76. Organization of African Unity (1992-1994)

77. Oxfam, 1992

78. Pan Africa Institute for Democracy, 1992

79. Progressive Party of working People (AKEL) Central Committee, 1994

80. Pan African Movement, 1991

81. Palestine Liberation Organization, 1991-1993. Includes report on a report on the conference on the international struggle against torture: the Israel case

82. Robert F Kennedy Memorial Centre for Human Rights, 1992

83. United Nations, memorandum, 1991 Includes reports

84. United States Information Service, re: US to help democracy take root in South Africa, 20 April 20

85. Various religious Institutions, 1991-1993

 

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Local Organizations

86. AFCOR, 1992 (includes mission statement)

87. Anglo-American Corporation, 1991-1993

88. Africa Fund, 1990-1994

89. Africa Fund and ANC President Nelson Mandela, re: an investigation into the allegations of torture and maltreatment of detainees held during the 1980’s in the ANC camps in Angola, Zambia, Tanzania and other Southern African countries, 1993

90. Africa Arts Funds, 1991-1992

91. Africa Muslim Agency, 1991

92. Africa Council of Hawkers and Informal Business, 1993

93. African Scholarship Fund, 1992

94. The Afrikaner bond and Jessie Duarte, re: Afrikaner bond constitution, English and Afrikaans version, 1991 January 21

95. AIESEC International/South Africa, 1990-1992

96. AIESEC, South Africa, 1991

97. Alusaf: vacant housing, Inkwazi flats, 1995 May 17

98. ANC African Institute of Technology, Oriole Travel, re: projects and Programmes, 1991 October

99. Arts Culture South Africa, n.d., (reports)

 

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100. Association of Ex-political Prisoners, 1991

101. Association of Regional Training Centres, 1994 March 7

102. Bailey’s African Photo Archives, 1993

103. Baragwanath Hospital, 1992-1993

104. Black Sash, 1992-1993

105. Bursary Council of South Africa, 1990

106. Centre for Inter-group Studies, 1990-1992

107. Centre for Policy Studies, 1994, 1997

108. Chamber of Mines of South Africa and ANC, re: mining into the next century, a context for survival and growth, 1993

109. Children of Africa, 1991

110. Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting, Harare, 1991 (reports)

111. The Commonwealth Ministerial Action Group, re: the constitutional electoral crises gripping the state of Zambia, 1996 November 6

 

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112. Cosmos Training Centre Haven Homes and Nelson Mandela, re: hospital, nurse training and youth technical training project in Alrode to serve Katlehong, Thokoza and Vosloorus, 1993 December 1

113. Congress of Traditional Leaders of South Africa (CONTRALESA), 1990-1994

114. Congress of Traditional Leaders of South Africa (CONTRALESA), n.d., discussion paper. Includes minutes

115. Consultative Business Movement, re: report for your considerations on “multi-tier fiscal relations: financing regions in South Africa, 1993 September 17

116. Consultative Business Movement, 1992

117. Council for Black Education and Research, 1992 April 9

118. Dancing Sensations Dance Club, 1990-1991

119. DAAP, 1991 December 18

120. Defense Force Transformation matters, 1994-1997

 

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121. Dismissed Soweto council workers, 1990-1994

122. Disabled People International, 1993

123. Drug Advisory Board, 1994

124. Ecumenical Advise Bureau, 1992-1993

125. Ekangala Traditional Council, 1995

126. Electoral Institute of South Africa, 1997

127. Electrical Engineers (William C. Dobbin), 1993

128. Environmental and Development Agency, 1990

129. Environment Reconstruction and Development in the New South Africa, report by IRDC/ANC/COSATU/SANCO Mission, 1994 August 15

130. ESKOM, 1991

 

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131. Espace D’art Du Son Et Del’Image, 1993

132. The Evangelical Fellowship of South Africa, 1993

133. Friends of Cuba Society, Gauteng, 1994

134. General council of the Bar of South Africa, 1992

135. Hawk Professional Consultants, re: financial grants or technical assistance, 1994 March 20

136. Human resource development for a post apartheid South Africa, Commonwealth Expert Group, n.d., (reports)

137. Human Rights Commission, 1991-1992

138. Human Science Research Council, 1992-1994

139. Health Organisation, 1990-1992

140. Hunger Operation, 1993

141. Independent Electoral Commission, 1993 (reports)

 

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142. Independent Radio, 1992-1994

143. Information on INVESTEC, 1994

144. Institute for African Alternatives, 1991, 1992

145. Institute for a Democratic Alternative for Sour Africa (IDASA), 1990-1993(includes discussion paper on training for a democracy)

146. Institute for Multi-Party Democracy, 1991-1993

147. Institute of Independent Research and Human, research on peace and human rights in South Africa, 1993 March 15. (Includes discussion papers)

148. Instuut voor Transculturele Ontwikkeling, 1997 April 8

149. Islam Foundation, 1991

150. Inyanda National Movement, 1990

151. Jewish Board of Deputies, 1990, 1992-1993

152. Joint Education Trust, Deed of Trust, the private Sector Initiative, n.d., (discussion paper)

153. Johannesburg Consolidated Investment Company, Limited, 1994

 

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154. The Macro-economic Research Group, 1994

154a. Molo Songololo, 1993

155. National Maize Producers Organisation (NAMPO), 1993 June 22

156. National Reception Committee, 1990

157. National Tourism Forum, 1994

158. National Literary Cooperation (literacy for development), 1994

159. National Association of Democratic Lawyers, 1993

160. National Institute of Economic Policy, 1992 (statements)

161. National Education Coordinating Committee (NECC), 1991, 1993

162. National Housing Forum, 1993

 

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163. National Peace Commission, 1991(includes reports)

164. National Peace Committee, 1993-1994

165. National African Federation Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NAFCOC)

166. National African Federated Transport Organization (NAFTO), 1990-1992

167. National Land Committee, 1993

168. National Olympic Congress of South Africa and Olympic bio, 1991-1994. Includes NOCSA presentation to ANC

169. National Olympic Congress of South Africa (NOCSA), 1991-1992

170. National Land committee briefing document to NWC (ANC)

171. National Council for Persons with Physical Disabilities in South Africa, 1996 July 19

172. Organization for Appropriate Social Services in South Africa, 1990

 

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173. Operation Hunger, 1991-1992

174. Operation Masakhane for Homeless (OMHLE), 1990-1991

175. Phemba Kahle, 1996

176. The Private Sector Initiative Joint Education Trust, funding agreement, n.d. (discussion document)

177. Qambelaville Education Projects Organizations, 1992

178. Red Cross Children’s Hospital, 1995

179. The Release Mandela Campaign, 1990 December 11

 

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180a. Sechaba Club,

180. Sol Plaatjie Education Centre, 1995

181. Solidarity, Norway, 1992-1994

182. South African Black Taxi Association, 1991-1993

183. South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC). 1992-1994

184. South African Cuba Solidarity Committee, 1993 February

185. South African Diplomats, 1996

186. South African Ecumenical Ministry Inc., re: guidelines for librarians interacting with South Africa, 1989 December 19

187. South African Football Association, 1993

188. South African Fashion Designers Association (SAFDA), 1993

189. South African Health Workers Congress, 1991-1993

 

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190. South African High Commission, India, 1992-1993, 1996

191. South African Hindu Maha Sabha, Aryan Benevolent Home Council, 1993%3