SWEDISH MISSION OFFICE

 

Material translated by Charlotta Dohlvik/Sellström

 

CORRESPONDENCE

 

Box 1

1. Åbyskolan – 2 items

Item 1: Draft of the magazine Masivelane Solidaritet (Masivelane solidarity), published in 1988 by the school Åbyskolan in the town of Gamleby, Sweden. The magazine contains short stories, interviews etc from a study trip to Somafco, Tanzania, carried out by Hanna and Cilla (13 and 14 years old). The trip formed part of an exchange programme/twinning arrangement between Åbyskolan and Somafco.

Item 2: Photos from Åbyskolan, Gamleby, Sweden (the following classes: 7A, 7B, 7C, 7D, 8A, 8B, 8C, 8D, 9A, 9B, 9C, 9D plus staff)

 

2. ANC Youth and Student Section – 75 items

Item 1: Circular letter from African National Congress of South Africa:and student section : Scandinavian Branch to all districts of SSU (Social Democratic Youth League) and VPK (Left Party Communists) re strengthening co-operation and information about ANC material, such SECHABA

Item 2: Letter from African National Congress: Youth and Students Section: Scandinavian Branch (no specific addressee, but to organisations in general) demanding that a) South Africa should be excluded from the UN environment conference; and b) South Africa should be excluded from the UN. Call for demonstration on 5 June, Sergels Torg, Stockholm.

Item 3: Open letter to trade union members, church activists, students, members of the labour movement, liberals and other organisations. Call to cut ties with apartheid South Africa and to support ANC. Signed by Reg September, Head Representative in Great Britain and Western Europe (translated from English by Scandinavian Branch: ANC Youth and Students Section).

 

Item 7: Open letter from ANC Youth and Student Section Scandinavian Branch, asking for an exchange of material (bulletins, documents etc).

 

Item 42: Information about meeting on 20 June

Item 43: Open letter about meeting on 20 June.

Item 44: Information about meeting on 20 June.

 

3. ANC Youth and Student Section – 52 items

 

Item 3: Appeal from the international preparatory committee for the 10th youth and student festival to be held in Berlin 28 July-5 August 1973.

Item 5: Proposed content of the programme of the 10th world festival.

Item 6: Information about the 10th world youth festival in Berlin, 28 July 5 August 1973.

Item 9: Inviting ANC: Youth and Students section to VPK (Left Party Communists) meeting. Dated 20 May 1973.

Item 10: Inviting ANC: Youth and Students section to VPK (Left Party Communist) members meeting. Dated 13 May 1973.

Item 36: Re ANC lecture on 17 April 1973, arranged by UN Student Association.

Item 38: UN Student Association periodical (UF-bladet), No 9, 1973.

Item 40: UN Student Association periodical (UF-bladet), No 7, 1973.

Item 41: Annual report of UN Student Association: Stockholm branch 1972-1973.

Item 42: UN Student Association periodical (UF-bladet), No 1, 1973.

Item 43: UN Student Association periodical (UF-bladet), No 5, 1973.

Item 44: From UN Student Association periodical (UF-bladet), No 9, 1973, re the international week against apartheid 10-17 December 1973.

Item 45: Letter from foreign students committee re exchange of information, co-operation etc with ANC.

 

Item 51: Letter from Uppsala University Student Association re ANC and PAIGC campaigns.

Item 52: UN Student Association periodical (UF-bladet), No 3, 1975.

 

4. Campaigns in Swedish language (i) – 15 items

Item 1: Freedom Charter, Klipton, South Africa, 1955.

 

Item 6: Open letter from Amnesty International re advertisements in Amnesty Press.

Item 7: Article on the health sector in apartheid South Africa, published by the AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden) and ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee).

Item 8: The magazine Masivelane Solidaitet (Masivelane Solidarity), published 1988 by Åbyskolan in the town of Gamleby, Sweden. It contains short stories, interviews etc. from a study trip to Somafco, Tanzania (same document as item 1, in box 1).

Item 9: Article on education in apartheid South Africa, published by the Africa Groups in Sweden and Isolate South Africa Committee.

Item 10: Copy of Mwalimu, the Africa Groups school bulletin. Main articles: a) Mozambique, b) the Namuno project and c) Swedish pupils visiting SOMAFCO.

Item 11: Copy of Hänt i Sydafrika (what has happened in South Africa) No 4, 1987, published by the Africa Groups.

Item 12: Copy of Solidaritetsfronten (the solidarity front) No 1, 1987. It is the membership bulletin of the Africa Groups.

Item 13: General notice to attend ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) annual meeting, 18 October 1988.

Item 14: Exhibition of ANC during the period 1912 – 1987. Mainly based on IDAF (International Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa) photo chronicle from 1982, compiled by the Africa Groups in Sweden 1987.

 

5. Campaigns in Swedish language (ii) – 17 items

Item 1: ‘Crush Apartheid: Close the Consulate’, campaign by Youth against Apartheid, Stockholm 6 May 1989.

Item 2: ‘Shell out of Namibia and South Africa’, campaign by SMU and the Shell boycott, September 1988.

Item 3: “Shell is oiling apartheid: What is behind the shell?”, publication by ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee), 1989.

Item 4: Response by Shell in Sweden re the Shell boycott.

Item 5: Press release by ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee): ‘The government grants a concession to Shell’, 1988.

Item 6: Press release by ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) requesting the trade unions for support re the Shell boycott, 1989.

Item 7: Letter to the press: ‘When white becomes black’ in Aftonbladet. Re the Shell boycott.

Item 8: ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) reply to Shell response, 1988.

Item 9: The market share of the oil market 1987 and 1988 in per cent (no country stated).

Item 10: International mayors call: Shell to leave South Africa (English version, published in Weekly Mail, on the back of the document), 1989.

Item 11: Information sheet produced by ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) re the Shell boycott, 1988.

Item 12: ‘News about the Shell boycott’, information sheets published by ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee), 1989.

Item 13: Statement adopted at ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) annual meeting 1988, re sabotage acts against Shell petrol stations (a number of press clippings are attached).

Item 14: Article in Arbetaren, No 44, 1988 on ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) and the sabotage acts against Shell.

Item 15: Article/letter about Roger Hällhag, written by Beastie Bob, student at the Bona folk high-school. This is a response to ISAKs letter to SÄPO (Swedish security police) re the Shell activists.

Item 16: ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) information sheet: statement adopted at ISAK annual meeting 1988, re sabotage acts against Shell petrol stations.

Item 17: ‘Shell boycott in Norway’, information sheet and press release published by The Norwegian Council for Southern Africa (in Norwegian).

 

Box 2

6.Undated ­– 60 items

Item 1: Appeal by the culture group within the Swedish Peace committee re Chile, adopted on 11 December 1973 (Note: not relevant).

Item 2: Statement by Amnesty International/Swedish section re the oppression in South Africa.

Item 3: Statement by the Co-ordinating Committee for South Africa on ‘Solidarity with the black workers struggle in South Africa’. Attached is a letter to Foreign Minister Sven Andersson re Swedish investments in South Africa and the resolution of the ILO-conference 1973 (no signatory).

Item 4: Information about South Africa (no signatory). Letter to Foreign Minister Sven Andersson attached (no signatory).

Item 5: Address list of solidarity organizations in the Scandinavian countries.

Item 6: Expenses of the co-ordinating committee (no specific year or period).

Item 7: Overview of number of leaflets and posters per organization.

Item 8: Notice to attend a meeting to discuss the setting up of an Africa section within the Swedish Peace committee.

Item 12: Notice to attend KU-meeting.

Item 17: Addresses to trade union organizations.

Item 18: Addresses to trade union organizations.

Item 19: Addresses to trade union organizations.

Item 20: Addresses to trade union organizations.

Item 21: Addresses to trade union organizations.

Item 22: Addresses to trade union organizations.

Item 23: Addresses to trade union organizations.

Item 24: Addresses to trade union organizations.

Item 25: Addresses to trade union organizations.

Item 26: Addresses to trade union organizations.

Item 27: Letter from Lund Africa Group to the Co-ordinating Committee for Southern Africa re distribution of leaflets.

Item 28: Letter from the UN Student Association to the Co-ordinating Committee for Southern Africa re distribution of leaflets.

Item 29: Organization of the UN Association.

Item 30: Addresses.

Item 31: Addresses.

Item 32: Addresses.

Item 33: Index (Note: not relevant).

Item 34: Minutes of the Co-ordinating Committee for Southern Africa meeting, 22 February.

Item 35: Invitation to seminar on South Africa, arranged by Timbro. Point of departure is the book South Africa: The Solution by Leon Louw and Frances Kendall (1987).

Item 36: Notes written by hand.

Item 37: Press clippings (in French, not Swedish)

Item 38: Statement on the situation of black workers in South Africa, signed by the Co-ordinating Committee for Southern Africa (Note: many duplicates).

Item 39: In French, not Swedish

Item 40: The International Conference of Experts for the Support of Victims of Colonialism and Apartheid, Oslo April 1973: extracts from the action programme re political, economical, military and other issues.

Item 41: Pages 18-20: extracts from “Black pay and productivity in South Africa”, published by the Institute for race relations, 1972. Pages 31-35: The Swedish parliamentary political parties and their views on Southern Africa.

Item 42: Supplement to paper on involvement by Swedish companies in Southern Africa.

Item 43: Overview of the involvement of Swedish companies in Southern Africa.

Item 44-45: Summary of talks between Foreign Minister Sven Andersson and Co-ordinating Committee for Southern Africa, FPU and KU, 22 March, re legislation against investments in South Africa.

Item 46: Comments to talks with Foreign Minister (item 44-45).

Item 47: Material from the Stockholm Africa Groups.

Item 52: Document in English.

Item 53: General information about South Africa (no recipient and no signatory).

Item 54: Notes and budget for public campaign/opinion meeting on SACTU (South African Congress of Trade Unions), ANC and SWAPO.

Item 55: Document in English.

Item 56: Appeal by the ANC Youth and Students Section in Scandinavia for support to solidarity meeting on 20 June.

Item 57: Document in English.

Item 58: Speech by David Wirmark during the Congress of the Liberal Party, 14 September, re the developing countries.

Item 59: Paper from the Liberal Party Youth League to the Congress of the Liberal Party re general political issues, including development aid and investments in South Africa.

Item 60: Program of a Southern Africa-weekend, organized by FPU (Liberal Party Youth League).

 

7. 1963-1964, 1969 (English, French and Dutch)

 

8. 1970-1973 – 24 items (English in separate folder)

Item 1: Article by C H Hermansson in Socialistisk Debatt, No 8 (no year).

Item 2: Document in English.

Item 3: Letter from ANC Scandinavian Branch of Youth and Students to bookshops re ANC publications, May 1973.

Item 4: Letter from LO (Swedish Trade Union Confederation) to Co-ordinating Committee for Southern Africa, re LO-contribution to campaign against apartheid in Southern Africa, December 1973.

Item 5: Correspondence re Press Cuttings.

Item 6: Letter from the Peace Library in Århus, Denmark to the publisher of Press Cuttings, August 1975 (in Danish)

Item 7: Letter from the International folk high-school in Gothenburg to ANC re exchange of material/publications.

Item 8: Letter from Fritzes bookshop to ANC re subscription of SECHABA.

Item 9: The International Conference of Experts for the Support of Victims of Colonialism and Apartheid, Oslo April 1973: extracts from the action programme re political, economical, military and other issues.

Item 10: Statement by the Swedish Peace committee to condemn nuclear tests in Mururoa in the Pacific Ocean, May 1973 (Note: not relevant).

Item 11: Open letter to organisations re international campaign against apartheid 10-17 December 1973. Information about preparatory meeting on 15 November. Signed by the Action Group for Southern Africa, Stockholm Africa Groups and Southern Africa group, October 1973.

Item 12: Payment slip.

Item 13: Payment slip.

Item 14: Letter from ANC/Stockholm to ANC/London re solidarity resolution taken by the local branch of VPK (Left Party Communist) (in English).

Item 15: Open letter to trade union members, church activists, students, members of the labour movement, liberals and other organisations (undated). Call to cut ties with apartheid South Africa and to support the ANC. Signed by Reg September, Head Representative in Great Britain and Western Europe (translated from English by Scandinavian Branch: ANC Youth and Students Section).

Item 16: Letter from Leif Eriksson (English translation is attached).

Item 17: Letter from ANC/Stockholm to Ari Fernandes re SECHABA, March 1973.

Item 18: Letter from Jan Stolpe, Folket i Bild Kulturfront to ANC/Stockholm re exchange of subscription, September 1973.

Item 19: Letter from ANC/Stockholm to Folk Front re SECHABA, March 1973.

Item 20: Certificate to rent a venue for public meeting 14 December 1973.

Item 21: Preliminary budget (occasion and date not specified).

Item 22: Payment slip.

Item 23: Letter to Co-ordinating Committee for Southern Africa re TCO-contribution to campaign against apartheid in Southern Africa.

Item 24: Invitation to FUF-seminar (FUF-Swedish Development Forum), 25 November 1975, on the trade union movement and multinational companies.

 

9. 1974-1976 – 86 items

Item 1: Letter from SIDA (Swedish International Development Authority) to the Co-ordinating Committee for Southern Africa re information week against apartheid, 29 January 1974.

Item 2: Letter from ANC/Stockholm to Fritzes bookshop re ANC publications, 2 October 1974.

Item 3: Report by the foreign policy group of the Liberal Party re the aim and direction of the development cooperation after 1974-75. Report dated 22 April 1974.

Item 4: Letter from Desmond McAllister re copy of ‘Why invest in South Africa’, 24 September 1974.

Item 5: Paper by Cecilia Nettelbrandt, Party Congress 14 September 1974 (does not say which party, but most likely the Liberal Party).

Item 6: Information letter, dated 3 March 1974, from the Swedish Peace committee re solidarity day on 28 April 1974: contributions to the liberation movement in Guinea-Bissau.

Item 7: Appeal: ‘Valuable contributions to the liberation movement in Guinea-Bissau’, by the Swedish Peace committee, dated February 1974.

Item 8: Regulations of the Swedish Peace committee (undated).

Item 9: Evaluation of the week against apartheid 10-17 December 1974. Produced by the Co-ordinating Committee for Southern Africa.

Item 10: Letter to Foreign Minister Sven Andersson, dated 22 March 1974. Appeal to the Swedish government to follow ILO-resolution (1973) to cut all economic, diplomatic and cultural ties with South Africa. Signed by a number of organizations.

Item 11-18: Statement by Co-ordinating Committee for Southern Africa, 1 May 1974, re the situation of black workers in South Africa (Note: many duplicates).

Item 19: Correspondence between ANC/Stockholm and Stockholm Centre Party Youth League, December 1974, re exchange of bulletins.

Item 20: Statement adopted at public meeting organized by the Stockholm Centre Party on the situation in Southern Africa, 2 October 1974.

Item 21: Letter of thanks for ANC participation at the Stockholm Centre Party meeting on Southern Africa, dated 7 October 1974.

Item 22: Correspondence between ANC/Stockholm and Leif Eriksson re distribution of SECHABA and the Week against Apartheid, February 1974.

Item 23: Annual report of Emmaus Björkå Association, 1974.

Item 24: Correspondence between ANC/Stockholm and Bo Erlandsson re subscription of SECHABA and contributions to ANC, March 1974.

Item 25: Correspondence between ANC/Stockholm and Norwegian Council for Southern Africa (Fellesrådet for det sørlige Afrika) re exchange of information and material, January 1974.

Item 26: Invitation to seminar on “Sweden in South Africa”, organized by FUF (Swedish Development Forum) on 28 November 1974.

Item 27: Press clipping, in Arbetarkamp, No 11 1974, re anti-imperialist week 23-30 November.

Item 28: Activity report of the educational association ‘Vuxenskolan’ 1974/75.

Item 29: Notice to attend meeting of the Co-ordinating Committee for Southern Africa, dated 1 February 1974.

Item 30: Letter from the Co-ordinating Committee for Southern Africa to MPLA in Lusaka, conveying salutations to MPLA, February 1974 (in English).

Item 31: Minutes of the Co-ordinating Committee for Southern Africa meeting 7 February 1974.

Item 32: Agenda for Co-ordinating Committee for Southern Africa meeting 29 March 1974.

Item 33-34: Minutes of the Co-ordinating Committee for Southern Africa meeting 15 March 1974.

Item 35: Letter from LO (Swedish Trade Union Confederation) to Co-ordinating Committee for Southern Africa re LO-contribution to campaign against apartheid in Southern Africa.

Item 36: Letter from TCO (Central Organisation of Salaried Employees) to Co-ordinating Committee for Southern Africa re contribution to campaign against apartheid in Southern Africa.

Item 37: Payment slip.

Item 38: Letter from Pressens Bild to Co-ordinating Committee for Southern Africa re photos on loan.

Item 39: Letter from the Swedish Peace Committee to Co-ordinating Committee for Southern Africa re future cooperation between the two organizations.

Item 40: Letter from Pierre Früling/the October Group re exchange of information and material (no addressee).

Item 41: Letter from Christian Democratic Youth to Co-ordinating Committee for Southern Africa, 25 February 1974. Comments re distribution of leaflets.

Item 42: Letter from RSFH to Co-ordinating Committee for Southern Africa, 27 February 1974. Comments re distribution of leaflets.

Item 43: Letter to all progressive organizations interested in a common 1st of May demonstration 1974.

Item 44-46: Minutes of the Co-ordinating Committee for Southern Africa meeting 25 January 1974.

Item 47: Report from Co-ordinating Committee for Southern Africa meeting 26 October 1973.

Item 48-49: Letter from Co-ordinating Committee for Southern Africa to Sten Sture Wickström re arrangement of Southern Africa week, 9 February 1974.

Item 50: Annual report of Emmaus Björkå Association, 1975.

Item 51: Letter from Norwegian Council for Southern Africa (Fellesrådet for det sørlige Afrika), Oslo to ANC/Stockholm re ANC information (in Norwegian).

Item 52: Letter from FilmCentrum (film center) to ANC/Stockholm. Invitation to the film Det Vita Våldet (the white violence) by Gideon Gitais, to be shown on 18 November 1975.

Item 53: Newsletter from FilmCentrum (film center) re two new films. One is the film Det Vita Våldet (the white violence) about Southern Africa.

Item 54: Press clipping: article “The voice of the oppression in South Africa”, by Gudrun Lindahl, 22 November 1976.

Item 55: Press clippings, Stormklockan, No 12, no year specified.

Item 56: Press clipping (no newspaper/year specified, article not complete).

Item 57: Press clipping (no newspaper/year specified, article not complete).

Item 58: Press clipping: “Facts about apartheid” (no newspaper/year specified).

Item 59: Document in English.

Item 60: Press clippings from Africa week in the town Örnsköldsvik, 15-20 November 1976 (Amandla and Raymond Mokoeno of South Africa participated).

Item 61: Handwritten letter from Valdemar (no surname/place specified, undated) re design of publication (Note: not relevant).

Item 62: Press clippings, Världshorisont, No 3 1973 re apartheid South Africa and sanctions against Rhodesia (same document as item 58 and item 56).

Item 63: Press clipping ‘What can we do?’ (no newspaper/year specified).

Item 64: Press clipping: article “White supremacy at all costs” in Dagens Nyheter, 12 February 1973, by Per Wästberg.

Item 65: The UN declaration of human rights from 1948 (document not complete, not relevant)

Item 66: Press clipping: article on South Africa (no newspaper/date/author specified).

Item 67: Press clipping re an orang-outang born in Pretoria, in English (Note: not relevant).

Item 68: Press clipping, in Broderskap, No 9 (no year), re the church in England selling its gold shares in South Africa.

Item 69: Press clipping (no newspaper/date/author specified, not complete).

Item 70: Press clipping (no newspaper/date/author specified).

Item 71: Press clipping: Presentation of Olof Sundby, Uppsala (no newspaper/date specified).

Item 72: Press clipping: Pictures of Sundby, Carl Olof Werner, Uppsala in Aftonbladet (undated).

Item 73: Press clipping: Picture of Gyllenhammar (no newspaper/date specified).

Item 74: Press clipping: Picture of Peter Wallenberg (no newspaper/date specified).

Item 75: Press clipping: Picture of Gyllenhammar (no newspaper/date specified).

Item 76: Press clipping: Picture of Iveroth (no newspaper/date specified).

Item 77: Press clipping: Picture of Palme (no newspaper/date specified).

Item 78: Press clipping: Picture of Tanzania’s foreign minister John Malecela and the king of Sweden (no newspaper/date specified).

Item 79: Press clipping: Interview with Gunnar Helander in Samhällsgemenskap, No 2, 1975, by Leif Ottenvang.

Item 80: Press clipping re Marcus Wallenberg (no newspaper/date specified).

Item 81: Leaflet “The terrorism in Southern Africa”, published by Amnesty International Sweden, March 1973.

Item 82: Information about meeting “Day of Solidarity with South Africa” on 20 June (no year specified), Medborgarhuset (the civic hall) in Stockholm.

Item 84: Draft of first page LO/TCO (trade union organisations) bulletin, March 1976.

Item 85: Draft of information leaflet re demonstration outside the legation of South Africa in Stockholm on 21 March (no year specified).

Item 86: Information about apartheid South Africa (no author, undated).

 

10. 1979 – 51 items

Item 1: Notes written by hand, scrap paper.

Item 2: Letter from PAX (in Norwegian)

Item 3: Letter from ANC/Stockholm to a printing office re ANC letterhead, March 1979.

Item 4: Open letter from ANC/Stockholm re ANC material (SECHABA, PHAMBILI etc.), April 1979.

Item 5: Letter from the Swedish-Cuban Association to ANC/Stockholm re exchange of subscriptions, April 1979.

Item 6: Letter from ANC/Stockholm to the television programme Rapport re Solomon Mahlangu’s death sentence.

Item 7: Study grants application to the Nordic Africa Institute, Uppsala, November 1978. Applicant: Peter Bak, Århus, Denmark.

Item 8: Letter from ANC/Stockholm to Tore Bergman, Church of Sweden Mission re Solomon Mahlangu and Somafco, April 1979.

Item 9: Letter from ANC/Stockholm to Carl Lidbom, Swedish Parliament, re involvement by the Swedish companies ‘Atlas Copco’ and ‘Fagersta’ in the project SASOL II (making oil out of coal), April 1979.

Item 10: Letter from ANC/Stockholm to SSF (Support Group for the People of South Africa) re new address (undated).

Item 11: Invitation to a meeting on 19 April (no year) to discuss the setting up of an anti-racism centre in Sweden. Sent out by Peter Thyselius.

Item 12: Letter (written by hand) to Madi Gray re performance on Visingsö, sent from Bjästa, May 1979.

Item 13: Letter from ANC/Stockholm to Carl Lidbom, Swedish Parliament, re export of Swedish weapon technology to South Africa through the company ‘Interdynamics AB’, May 1979.

Item 17: Letter from ANC/Stockholm to Signe Landgren-Bäckström, SIPRI (Stockholm international peace institute) re Swedish weapon technology, May 1979.

Item 18: Letter from ANC/Stockholm to Lars Eriksson, Swedish UN Association re Swedish weapon technology exported to South Africa, May 1979.

Item 19: Letter from Madi Gray, ANC/Stockholm to Lars (no surname) re administration routines at the ANC office, June 1979.

Item 20: Appeal “Isolate South Africa”, drafted by ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee), January 1979.

Item 21: ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) principals, drafted January 1979.

Item 22: Letter from Madi Gray, ANC/Stockholm re payment of electricity bill, June 1979.

Item 23: Letter from the Swedish Peace committee to SSF (Support Group for the People of South Africa), re material/information, June 1979.

Item 24: Letter from ANC/Stockholm to the organisation ‘Riksförbundet Sveriges Unga Katoliker’ (national association of young Catholics in Sweden) re ANC material/information (undated).

Item 25: Letter from the organisation ‘Riksförbundet Sveriges Unga Katoliker’ (national association of young Catholics in Sweden) re subscription of Phambili, May 1979.

Item 26: Open appeal re Chile by the Chile committee (Note: not relevant).

Item 27: Letter to ANC/Stockholm re telephone bill, July 1979.

Item 28: Correspondence between Tonny Henriksson and ANC/Stockholm re ANC membership, material, information etc., August 1979.

Item 29: Press release issued by AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden) re the Namibia day 26 August 1979.

Item 30: Letter from Göran Nordin (written by hand) to ANC/Stockholm ordering ANC material, September 1979.

Item 31: Letter to ANC/Stockholm (written by hand) re ANC material, October 1979. English translation on the back of the page.

Item 32: Handwritten letter to SSF (Support Group for the People of South Africa), re material, October 1979.

Item 33: Letter from Young pioneers in Oslo re pictures and material on children in Africa, August 1979. English translation on the same page.

Item 34: Contract (rented flat) of Lindiwe Mabuza, Stockholm, dated 1 October 1979.

Item 35: Letter to Africa Groups in Sweden re adoption of political prisoner in Southern Africa, September 1979.

Item 36: Letter from the Royal Swedish Library to ANC asking for details about Phambili, October 1979. ANC reply is attached.

Item 37: Letter from Lotta Askaner (written by hand) asking for information about South Africa, October 1979.

Item 38: Letter from four high school students (written by hand), asking for material about South Africa, October 1979.

Item 39: Letter from ANC/Stockholm (no addressee), attachment to material, October 1979.

Item 40: Letter from Proletären FF (the proletarian) re peace race in support of the struggle against apartheid, to be held in Gothenburg on 7 September 1986.

Item 41: Press clippings from the newspaper Fagersta-Posten re the Swedish company ‘Fagersta’ in South Africa, March-April 1981.

Item 42: Article “The Swedish government crisis, spring 1981” by Arvid Lagercrantz, political commentator at the Swedish Broadcasting Corporation, May 1981 (in English).

Item 43: Press release by the Swedish Foreign Ministry re the illegal presence of Soviet submarine in Swedish territory, November 1981 (English translation attached).

Item 44: Press releases by the Swedish Foreign Ministry (October-November 1981) re a) new Qatar ambassador in Stockholm, b) Swedish support to global negotiations, c) Swedish support to independent telecommunication network in the front states in Southern Africa.

Item 45: Summary of the week 30 November-6 December 1981 from the UN-delegation, published by the press department at the Swedish Foreign Ministry on 8 December 1981.

Item 46: Press release by the Swedish Foreign Ministry, December 1981, re personnel changes in the Foreign Ministry administration.

Item 47: Summary of the week 14-20 December 1981 from the UN-delegation, published by the press department at the Swedish Foreign Ministry on 21 December 1981.

Item 48: Page 1: Statement by the Swedish Foreign Minister Ola Ullsten concerning aid to Poland during parliamentary debate, December 1981.

Page 2: Foreign Ministry press release: Reply by the Swedish Foreign Minister Ola Ullsten re aid to Poland, December 1981.

Page 3: Foreign Ministry press release: Reply by the Swedish Foreign Minister Ola Ullsten re Save the Children project in Ethiopia, December 1981.

Item 49: Press summary of UN 36th General Assembly, by the press department at the Swedish Foreign Ministry, December 1981.

Item 50: Summary of the week 7-13 December 1981 from the UN-delegation, published by the press department at the Swedish Foreign Ministry on 15 December 1981.

Item 51: Press releases by the Swedish Foreign Ministry.

Page 1: Statement by the Swedish government regarding the situation in Poland, December 1981.

Page 2: Swedish Foreign Minister Ola Ullsten appeal for continued ESK-conference (European Security Conference), December 1981.

Page 3: Summary of Swedish Foreign Ministry press releases during the month of September 1981.

Page 4: Summary of Swedish Foreign Ministry press releases during the month of October 1981.

 

11. 1988 – 67 items

Item 1: Page 1: Statement “Strengthen the boycott campaign against Shell” by United Nations Association of Sweden: Örnsköldsvik branch. Appeal presented at UN Association of Sweden Congress in Umeå 28-29 May 1988.

Page 2: Statement re human rights adopted at Umeå Congress 28-29 May 1988.

Page 3: Telegram to Michail Gorbatchev and Ronald Reagan re statement adopted at Umeå Congress 28-29 May 1988.

Item 2: Interview with Billy Modise, ANC Stockholm, re Shell. Covering letter signed by Tommy Sundström, Stockholm, November 1988 (no organisation/newspaper specified).

Item 3: Letter from the Embassy of Israel, Information Department, to ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) re Israeli relations with South Africa. Attached is basic information about the subject matter. Letter dated 29 November 1988.

Item 4: Appeal to municipal executive boards to put pressure on Shell due to their activities in South Africa and Namibia, June 1988. Signed by Roger Hällhag, ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee).

Item 5: ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) information sheet: forthcoming events 1988/89.

Item 6: Press release issued by ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) re boycott of Shell by Swedish municipalities, September 1988.

Item 7: Letter from Sven Hedman, Västerås, to ANC office re South African freedom songs, September 1988 (written by hand).

Item 8: Letter from SSU (Social Democratic Youth League) to Billy Modise re lecture on ANC and South Africa, Bommersvik, August 1988.

Item 9: Letter from UFF (Development aid from people to people) to ANC/Stockholm re invitation to a picture exhibition of African artists, July 1988. Enclosed a list of the artists and their work (letter in English).

Item 10: Invitation to SSU (Social Democratic Youth League) “Election-camp” in Malmö, Sweden, 24-30 July 1988. Invitation sent to organisations in general, May 1988.

Item 11: Invitation to public meeting on 4 July 1988 re human rights, US imperialism, peace etc. Invitation sent to solidarity organisations in general. Signed by Lotta Nilsson (Sweden-Cuban association) and Anita Persson (no organisation).

Item 12: Letter from SSU Lucidor to ANC/Stockholm re information on ANC, speaking arrangement etc., June 1988.

Item 13: Letter from teacher at the school Tångvallaskolan to ANC re material and information about South Africa.

Item 14: Letter from three young girls to ANC re information about ANC, May 1988.

Item 15: Letter from class 4A at Djurgårdsskolan (school in Gothenburg) saying that they have collected money and signatures for the ANC, June 1988.

Item 16: Correspondence between Fria Moderata Studentföreningen (liberal and conservative university student organisation) and ANC/Stockholm, August-September 1988. Invitation to hold a lecture on South Africa.

Item 17: Invitation to Amnesty International meeting 1-2 October 1988 on the theme South Africa (Swedish section, group 58).

Item 18: Correspondence re seminar about Southern Africa 8-9 October 1988 in Borlänge, organized by Dala-ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee in Dalarna). Invitation to ANC/Stockholm in English.

Item 19: Letter of invitation from the school Turingeskolan in Nykvarn to ANC/Stockholm (in English), September 1988.

Item 20: Notes (written by hand) re trip to Umeå 14-15 October 1988.

Item 21: ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) information sheet re press conference with Don Ngubeni (Radio Freedom) at the ANC office in Stockholm on 14 October 1988.

Item 22: Correspondence between Tomas Östlund/ABF (Workers’ Educational Association) and ANC/Stockholm re speech about South Africa in the town Södertälje, May 1988.

Item 23: Correspondence re summer conference on antiracism, held outside Helsingborg 17-24 July 1988 (ANC invited).

Item 24: Correspondence between Africa Groups/Alingsås and ANC/Stockholm re meeting in Alingsås on 18 October 1988 (in English).

Item 25: Correspondence between the school Nybroskolan and ANC/Stockholm re events arranged at Nybroskolan, Tibro, on UN-day 24 October 1988 (in English).

Item 25: Correspondence between the school Nybroskolan and ANC/Stockholm re events arranged at Nybroskolan, Tibro, on UN-day 24 October 1988 (in English).

Item 26: Correspondence between LO (Swedish Trade Union Confederation) folk high-school, Runö and ANC/Stockholm re meeting about South Africa on 10 November 1988 (in English).

Item 27: Correspondence re “Don’t touch my friend-cup” (cup against racism, for solidarity and friendship between people), 11 November (no year), and the ANC-cup, 26 February (no year).

Item 28: Invitation to Salvadorian peoples mass, a mass against the oppression in El Salvador, held in the church Mikaelikyrkan in Skärholmen on 19 November 1988.

Item 29: Card inviting David Kgabang, ANC to Valstadkollektivet in Västervik, November 1988.

Item 30: Letter from the Bommersvik school to ANC/Stockholm re ANC participation at meeting for SSU (Social Democratic Youth League) and SAP (Social Democratic Party) members on 23 November 1988.

Item 31: Notes written by hand re two days of work on apartheid 26 and 27 September 1988.

Item 32: Open invitation extended to organisations in general re Peace Forum of the Swedish Labour Movement Manifestation on 3 December 1988, Stockholm. Attached is the programme.

Item 33: Correspondence between the school Tullbroskolan in Falkenberg and ANC/Stockholm re talk on South Africa by ANC representative, October 1988.

Item 34: Invitation to attend speech on the political situation in Uruguay, the solidarity house in Stockholm on 12 January 1989. Sent by MRO (Movimiento Revolucionario Oriental) to ANC representative in Sweden (invitation in English).

Item 35: Invitation to attend political-cultural evening on 14 January 1989. Sent by Swedish-Cuban Association, Stockholm.

Item 36: Open invitation to attend international seminar on Southern Africa, held on 21 January 1989.

Item 37: Invitation to attend international seminar on Southern Africa held on 21 January 1989 (same document as item 36). Attached is a personal note to ANC.

Item 38: Invitation to ANC to visit the youth centre in Skärholmen, January 1989 (the youth had collected money for the ANC).

Item 39: Draft programme for Southern Africa seminar on 21-22 January 1989, sent to Billy Modise for comments.

Item 40: Letter from the Africa Groups Gothenburg and ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) in Gothenburg to Billy Modise re Southern Africa seminar on 21-22 January 1989.

Item 41: Letter from ABF (Workers’ Educational Association) in Norrköping to Billy Modise re ANC participation at arrangements on 28 January and 14 February 1989.

Item 42: Letter from ABF (Workers’ Educational Association) in Varberg to Billy Modise re ANC participation at meeting on 14 February 1989.

Item 43: Letter of invitation for solidarity meeting on 11 February 1989 (organisers not specified) and letter of regret signed by Billy Modise.

Item 44: Invitation to the ANC-cup on 3 February, Bäckby Fritidscentrum in Västerås.

Item 45: Handwritten notes re samples of prints (in English).

Item 46: Invitation to ANC/Stockholm: reception for Sigvard Marjasin on 30 January 1989.

Item 47: Letter from Metall (Metalworkers Union) to ANC/Billy Modise. Inviting ANC to annual meeting on 21 February 1989 to talk about South Africa.

Item 48: Correspondence between the school Finnvedsskolan in Värnamo and ANC/Stockholm re talk on South Africa by ANC representative, February 1989 (letters in English).

Item 49: Correspondence between Lars Zallin, Sala and ANC/Stockholm. Requesting an interview with an ANC representative in Stockholm, February 1989.

Item 50: Programme of the peace school: Southern Africa, arranged by ABF (Workers’ Educational Association) in Norrköping on 10-11 March 1989.

Item 51: Open invitation to concerned organisations to annual meeting of SSU (Social Democratic Youth League) branch in Kronoberg. Meeting scheduled for 11-12 March 1989.

Item 52: Invitation to attend ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) celebrating 10 years of anti-apartheid work, held on 10 March 1989.

Item 53: Invitation to public meetings on Namibia (14 March, no year) and Sharpeville (21 March, no year), arranged by ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee).

Item 54: Confirmation of rent of conference room at Folkets Hus (peoples house) in Stockholm, March 1989.

Item 55: Letter from SVETAN to ANC/Stockholm re annual meeting of Swedish-Tanzania Friendship Association on 8 April 1989 (in English).

Item 56: Briefing of Allan Boesak seminar on 13 April 1989, arranged by Socialtjänststämman (social services meeting) in Älvsjö.

Item 57: Letter (dated 21 March 1989) from the Communist Party KPML(r) in Gothenburg to ANC/Stockholm requesting ANC participation at 1st of May demonstrations.

Item 58: Letter from the Communist Party KPML(r) in Lund to ANC/Stockholm re participation by Sathie Govender in 1st of May demonstrations.

Item 59: Letter, dated 16 March 1989, from the Communist Party KPML(r) in Stockholm to ANC/Stockholm requesting ANC participation at 1st of May demonstration.

Item 60: Letter from Dalens Social Democratic organisation to Billy Modise. Confirmation of ANC attendance at party meeting on 25 April 1989.

Item 61: Information about annual meeting of Municipal Workers Union (Svenska Kommunalarbetareförbundet) in Kramfors on 21 April 1989. ANC attended the meeting.

Item 62: Overview of ANC-attendance in April (no year).

Item 63: List of people attending the peace school: Southern Africa, arranged by ABF (Workers’ Educational Association) on 10-11 March 1989.

Item 64: Annual report of APK (Arbetarpartiet Kommunisterna; Workers Party Communist) presented at 29th Party Congress on 4-6 May (no year).

Item 65: Letter from the theatre Östgötateatern in Norrköping to Billy Modise, ANC/Stockholm, thanking Modise for his attendance at the opening night of “Soweto”, March 1989 (letter in English).

Item 66: Correspondence between school pupil Victoria Sarlin, Västerås and ANC/Stockholm re information on ANC and South Africa, May 1989.

Item 67: Invitation to the participants of a course-leader education held in Sigtuna 10-12 May 1989, arranged by Uppsala University. On the programme: Billy Modise from ANC/Stockholm talking about racism.

 

Box 3

12. 1989 – 58 items

Item 1: ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) information sheet, issued on 3 March 1989.

Item 2: ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) information sheet re the Shell campaign, issued on 23 February 1989.

Item 4: Appeal “Support the political prisoners in South Africa”, issued by ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) on 3 March 1989.

Item 5: ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) information sheet issued on 15 March 1989 re ISAK honours given to Lindiwe Mabuza, Per Larsson and Per Wästberg.

Item 6: Comments by Roger Hällhag, chairperson of ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee), re ISAK’s contacts with the police in order to stop sabotage acts against Shell. Attached are letter and articles related to the matter, such as copy of Hällhag’s letter to the National Swedish Police Board, 10 October 1988.

Item 7: Essay on “The local elections in South Africa 1988”, written by Jan Selling, autumn 1988 (school/university not specified).

Item 8: “News about the Shell boycott”, published by ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee), 1 March 1989.

Item 11: Invitation to ‘Development aid days’ (seminars, debates, information, music etc.) 2-4 April 1992, arranged by the Swedish Foreign Ministry and SIDA. On the programme is Allan Boesak talking about South Africa after apartheid.

Item 12: Notice to attend stakeholders’ meeting on South Africa, sent out by the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs to concerned authorities and NGOs in Sweden, April 1992.

Item 13: Letter from Emmaus Björkå Association in Sweden to ANC/Dar es Salaam re shipment to Dar es Salaam, June 1987 (in English).

Item 14: Application from the company AB SKF re exemption from the law forbidding investments in South Africa (law 1985:98, changed 1990:78). Application sent to the Swedish Foreign Ministry on 12 October 1990.

Item 16: Draft text, to be used for brief information folder on ANC, produced by AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden) and revised by Billy Modise, ANC/Stockholm.

Item 17: Fax from SOS Racism in Sweden to Billy Modise, ANC/Stockholm re the production of a documentary film in connection with Nelson Mandela’s visit to Sweden.

Item 18: Information circular re rent increase for the tenants of Svenska Bostäder.

Item 19: Letter from the real-estate company Probitas to ANC re contract of premises, October 1989.

Item 21: Letter from Bosse Hammarström, SIPU, to ANC/Stockholm re services offered by SIPU (Swedish National Institute for Civil Service Training and Development/Statens Institut för Personalutveckling), March 1989.

Item 22: Letter from AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden) and ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) in Lund to Billy Modise, ANC/Stockholm re public meetings on ANC in Lund, Malmö and Karlskrona, April 1989.

Item 23: Letter from Gunnal Annersten, Uppsala University to Billy Modise, ANC/Stockholm re workshop on racism in Sigtuna in May. Letter dated 30 March 1989.

Item 24: Open invitation to solidarity meeting for democracy in Uruguay, held 15 April 1989.

Item 25: Invitation extended to ANC/Stockholm re International conference on the rights of the child, Stockholm on 11-12 June 1989 and Solidarity evening for the children of Southern Africa on 11 June, organized by Swedish Save the Children (in English).

Item 26: Press release re exhibition of textile handicraft between 29 July-18 August 1989. Textile handicraft made by African students at Malin Sellman’s workshop in Grebbestad, Sweden.

Item 27: Letter from the Social Democratic town district of Johanneshov to Billy Modise, ANC/Stockholm re talk on ANC and South Africa. Letter dated 23 May 1989.

Item 28: Letter from ABF (Workers’ Educational Association) to ANC/Stockholm re opening of the exhibition Nkololeko by Billy Modise, the Art Museum in Norrköping on 6 October 1989.

Item 29: Invitation to ANC/Stockholm to dinner in connection with ARO (Recruitment Organisation of the Africa Groups) annual Congress (7-8 October 1989). Invitation sent out on 22 September 1989.

Item 30: Invitation to ANC/Stockholm to LSU meeting (National Council of Swedish Youth/Landsrådet för Sveriges Ungdomsorganisationer) on 5 October 1989.

Item 31: Open invitation to information evening on “Children under apartheid”, held at the church Immanuelkyrkan, Stockholm, 20 September 1989.

Item 32: Information sheet issued by LSU (National Council of Swedish Youth/Landsrådet för Sveriges Ungdomsorganisationer), June 1989.

Item 33: Programme of conference “Free the children from apartheid”, Stockholm 22-23 September 1989, organized by a number of Swedish NGOs (in English).

 

Item 35: Invitation to ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) annual meeting on 9 October 1989, sent to Billy Modise, ANC/Stockholm (in English).

Item 36: Programme for Mr Bubu September and Mr Alopheus Manghezi, 7-17 October 1989, within SIDA – ANC Education Cooperation Programme (in English).

Item 37: Letter (dated 2 October 1989) from ARO (Recruitment Organisation of the Africa Groups) to David (no surname), ANC/Stockholm re seminar SOS on 15 October 1989 (in English).

Item 38: Letter (dated 6 September 1989) from ARO (Recruitment Organisation of the Africa Groups) to ANC/Stockholm re seminar on solidarity work in Southern Africa on 15 October (in English).

Item 39: Letter (programme attached) from Dorothea Rosenblad to Billy Modise re ANC participation during human rights day at Rinkebyskolan (school in Rinkeby) on 17 October 1989.

Item 40: Programme of seminar on Namibia, 6 October 1989, Norra Latin in Stockholm (list of participants attached).

Item 41: Minutes of meeting with the working group “Free the children from apartheid”, held on 13 October 1989.

Item 42: Invitation to Anders Forsse’s 65th birthday party, November 1989.

Item 43: Open invitation to organisations to participate in nine-year anniversary of FMLN (liberation front of El Salvador), celebrations to take place on 13 October 1989.

Item 44: Letter from the principal of S:t Sigfrids folk high-school in Växjö to Billy Modise, ANC/Stockholm, re Modise’s visit on 16 November 1989.

Item 45: Letter from Folkets Bio (people’s cinema) in Malmö to Billy and Yolissa Modise re ANC participation during the show of the film Mapantsula on 3 November 1989.

Item 46: Letter to Billy Modise from the school Rödabergsskolan re talk on ANC and South Africa on the UN-day 24 October 1989.

Item 47: Letter from Folkets Bio (people’s cinema) in Gothenburg to ANC re ANC participation at the opening night of the film Mapantsula on 24 October 1989. Attached is letter from a school class in Gothenburg asking ANC to come and talk about South Africa on 24 October.

Item 48: Invitation to ANC-office to attend concert for SWAPO on 22 October 1989, Folkets Hus, Stockholm. Sent by Africa Group of Stockholm (document in English).

Item 49: Letter from Organization of Revolutionary Workers of Iran to ANC/Stockholm re solidarity evening in support of the political prisoners in Iran, held on 3 November 1989 (ANC reply attached).

Item 50: Invitation to ANC re solidarity evening in support of the struggle in El Salvador and Iran on 8 December 1989. Sent by FMLN and ORWI in Stockholm.

Item 51: Letter from Runby skola (school in Upplands Väsby) to ANC re talk by ANC representative on apartheid South Africa. Letter sent 28 November 1989.

Item 52: Letter informing about change of date for solidarity evening in support of the struggle in El Salvador and Iran (from 8 to 15 December).

Item 53: Letter from high school student Hannah Egenwall to ANC re talk on apartheid by ANC representative at the school. Letter sent 25 October 1989.

Item 54: Letter from Nibbleskolan (school in Järfälla) to ANC/Stockholm re ANC participation at antiracism day at the school. Letter sent 14 December 1989.

Item 55: Material from the Isolate South Africa week 17-25 March 1990, organized by ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) in Borlänge. Attached is open letter re the Shell boycott, dated 13 March 1990.

Item 56: Letter from APK (Arbetarpartiet Kommunisterna/Workers Party Communist) to ANC/Stockholm re invitation to APK 29th Congress in Stockholm on 4-6 May 1989.

Item 57: Letters from Jenny Lindhe (no school specified) in the town Motala re ANC visit to her school (in English).

Item 58: Invitation to Billy Modise, ANC/Stockholm to ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) board meeting held at KFUK-KFUM, Skeppsbron on 4 December 1989.

 

13. 1990 (i) – 29 items

Item 1: Invitation to ANC Youth League to attend CUF (Centre Party Youth League) Congress in Uddevalla on 12-16 June 1991. Programme attached.

Item 2: Press release (dated 2 February 1990) issued by Centre Party Youth League re the arrest of the antiapartheid leader Peter Mokaba, chairman of SAYCO (South African Youth Congress).

Item 3: Permission to collect money for the ANC, issued by Stockholm police on 13 June 1990.

Item 4: Permission to walk around with ANC collection boxes, issued by Stockholm police on 13 June 1990. Application dated 8 May attached, signed by Billy Modise.

Item 5: In memory of the Soweto uprising “The Soweto day 16 June 1990: The youth day in South Africa”, arranged by the ANC/Stockholm.

Item 6: Letter from Centre Party Youth League to ANC/Stockholm re financial contributions, October 1990.

Item 7: Open invitations to organisations to participate in the festival ‘Husbyfestivalen’ on 25 May 1991 in Kista. Theme of the festival: against violence and racism, for solidarity.

Item 8: Application (dated 20 June 1990) addressed to the government re exemption from the law that forbids investments in South Africa and Namibia (law 1979:487). Applicant: SKF in Gothenburg.

Item 9: Press release (dated 12 October 1990) issued by the Swedish National Board of Trade (Kommerskollegium) re SKF application to be exempted from the law that forbids investments in South Africa. Attached is an article on SKF in South Africa (no newspaper/date specified).

Item 10: Open letter from the Christian Social Democrats (Broderskapsrörelsen) to Foreign Minister Sten Andersson re SKF application to be exempted from the South African investment ban. The Christian Social Democrats, following a board meeting on 20 October 1990, express the opinion that the Swedish government should not grant SKF’s application.

Item 11: Notes from conversation between Magnus Walan, ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) and Thabo Mbeki, Head of ANC’s International Department, re SKF’s application to be exempted from investment ban, 24 October 1990.

Item 12: Article “Difficult for ANC to adjust” in Svenska Dagbladet, 4 November 1990 (article not complete).

Item 13: Article “Black South Africa receives help” in Dagens Nyheter, 4 October 1990 (re seminar in Johannesburg arranged by the Swedish government).

Item 14: Approval by the Swedish National Board of Trade (Kommerskollegium) of SKF to be exempted from the law that forbids investments in South Africa. Addressed to the Foreign Ministry, dated 12 October 1990.

Item 16: Application from SKF to be exempted from the law that forbids investments in South Africa and Namibia. Addressed to the Swedish government, application dated 14 August 1990.

Item 17: Opinions on SKF application to the government to be exempted from South African investment ban, as requested by the Swedish National Board of Trade (Kommerskollegium). Opinions given by trade unions such as Metall (Metalworkers Union), SIF (Swedish Union of Clerical and Technical Employees) etc. – all supportive of SKF investments in South Africa.

Item 18: Press clippings: a) on SKF and sanctions in Sydsvenskan, 7 November 1990, b) on ANC in South Africa (newspaper/date not specified).

Item 19: Press clipping: article ‘ANC speeds up new investments’ in Svenska Dagbladet, 5 November 1990.

Item 20: Contract re hire of garage, sent to Billy Modise, ANC/Stockholm, December 1991.

Item 21: SIDA (Swedish International Development Authority) decision re support to ANC South Africa festival ‘Zabalaza’ in London, July 1990. Decision dated 23 July 1990.

Item 22: Letter (dated 11 January 1989) about South Africa week in Gothenburg, March/April 1990, written by co-ordinator Jan Halldin (no addressee).

Item 23: List of organisations to receive notice to attend DEMISA-meeting (see below, item 24).

Item 24: Draft letter (dated 28 February 1989) about South Africa week in Gothenburg, April 1990 (provisional title: DEMISA, Democracy in South Africa), written by Jan Halldin. Attached is notice to attend first DEMISA-meeting.

Item 25: Covering letter from Jan Halldin to Billy Modise (no papers attached), dated 25 February 1989.

Item 26: Notice to attend informal meeting on 14 March 1989 re South Africa week in Gothenburg (DEMISA), sent out by Jan Halldin.

Item 27: Notice to attend meeting on 27 April 1989 re South Africa week in Gothenburg (DEMISA), sent out by Jan Halldin.

Item 28: Postponement of meeting of 14 March 1989 (see item 26).

Item 29: Minutes of DEMISA-meeting, dated 31 May 1989.

 

14. 1990 (ii) – 53 items (5-6, 9-12, 20, 45-47 English) only starts at item 25

Item 25: Invitation to ANC meeting to set up of a project aiming at giving ANC members education for a future society. Invitation sent out by ABF (Workers’ Educational Association). Meeting held on 15 January 1990. Attached is confirmation of Billy Modise’s participation.

Item 26: Programme of ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) South Africa seminar, held in Gothenburg on 27-28 January 1990. Attached is the Freedom Charter (in Swedish) and list of seminar participants.

Item 27: Letter of welcome to ISAK’s South Africa seminar in Gothenburg 27-28 January 1990, addressed to Billy Modise. Attached is letter of invitation.

Item 28: Invitation to Stockholm United Nations Association annual meeting on 22 February 1990, addressed to Billy Modise, ANC/Stockholm. On the programme is Billy Modise, who is to talk about the developments in South Africa.

Item 29: Press release by the Centre Party Women’s League re support to women in Southern Africa, issued on the international women’s day 8 March 1990.

Item 30: Letter from Bergshamra skola (school in Solna) to ANC/Stockholm inviting ANC to visit school on 21 March 1990.

Item 31: Letter from Emmaus Stockholm to ANC/Billy Modise inviting ANC to hold lecture on 21 March 1990.

Item 33: Invitation to Kungsbacka United Nations Association meeting on the international women’s day 8 March 1990. Requesting participation by ANC woman. Attached is the programme.

Item 34: Letter from Gångsätra skola (school in Lidingö) to ANC/Stockholm inviting ANC to visit school week 10 or 11 1990. Attached is ANC reply to Gångsätra skola (in English). Attached is also invitation to Ljungby United Nations Association meeting on 21 March 1990, as well as ANC’s reply to the invitation (both in English).

Item 35: Open invitation to mass in memory of the murdered archbishop Oscar A. Romero from El Salvador, to be held on 24 March 1990.

Item 36: Open invitation to meeting about the Baltic States on 29 March 1990, sent out by VPK (Left Party Communists) in Stockholm.

Item 37: Letter from the Social Democratic Women’s League to Yolisa Modise re ANC participation at workshop on South Africa, 31 March-1 April, Bommersvik.

Item 38: Correspondence re South Africa singing weekend 30 March-1 April 1990 in Stockholm.

Item 39: Letter from ABF (Workers’ Educational Association) in Eskilstuna to ANC/Stockholm re ANC participation at solidarity meeting on 31 March 1990.

Item 40: Invitation from ABF (Workers’ Educational Association) in Eskilstuna to Billy Modise, ANC/Stockholm re participation at meeting on 31 March 1990. Attached is ANC reply to the invitation.

Item 41: Letter from Unga Örnar ANC-group in Åkersberga to ANC/Stockholm re ANC participation at meeting. Attached is ANC reply, dated 22 February 1990, to the invitation (letter in English).

Item 42: Invitation from Municipal Workers Union (Svenska Kommunalarbetareförbundet) to ANC/Stockholm re participation at annual meeting on 26 April 1990. Attached is ANC reply to the invitation (in English).

Item 43: Invitation from Municipal Workers Union (Svenska Kommunalarbetareförbundet) to Billy Modise, ANC/Stockholm re participation at 25th anniversary on 27 April 1990. Attached is ANC reply to the invitation (in English).

Item 44: Letter from Municipal Workers Union (Svenska Kommunalarbetareförbundet) to ANC/Stockholm re arrangements for annual meeting on 26 April 1990.

Item 45: Letter from Marieborgs folk high-school to ANC/Stockholm requesting a speaker from the ANC for 28 April 1990. Attached is ANC reply to the invitation (both in English).

Item 46: Invitation from the Communist Party KPMLr in Borlänge/Falun to ANC/Stockholm re participation at 1st of May 1990. Attached is ANC reply to the invitation (in English).

Item 47: Invitation from the Communist Party KPMLr in Norrköping to ANC/Stockholm re participation at 1st of May 1990. Attached is ANC reply to the invitation (in English).

Item 48: Invitation from the Communist Party KPMLr in Gothenburg to ANC/Stockholm re participation at 1st of May 1990. Attached is ANC reply to the invitation (in English).

Item 49: Invitation from the Communist Party KPMLr in Stockholm to ANC/Stockholm re participation at 1st of May 1990. Attached is ANC reply to the request (in English).

Item 50: Invitation from VPK (Left Party Communists) to ANC/Stockholm re participation at 1st of May 1990. Attached is ANC reply to the invitation as well as programme of demonstration (both in English).

Item 51: Correspondence re meeting on ‘ANC strategy – negotiations with De Klerk’s regime in South Africa’ on 23 April 1990, Norra Latin, Stockholm (participation by Billy Modise).

Item 52: Letter re ANC speaking tour in schools in the Stockholm area (in English).

Item 53: Letter re ANC visit to school (in English).

 

15. Removed and added to Utrikesdepartementet: Pressmeddelanden (Ministry for Foreign Affairs: Press releases).

 

16. Utrikesdepartementet: Pressmeddelanden 1992 (Ministry for Foreign Affairs: Press releases) – 36 items. Note: folder not found in box 3, but in box 6. Also, most of the press releases are not relevant, i.e. do not concern South Africa or Southern Africa.

Item 1: Press releases by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs

Page 1: re North and South Korea.

Page 2: re Estonia and Latvia.

Page 3: re the Gulf War.

Item 2: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the Ukraine.

Item 3: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Belorussia.

Item 4: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Moscow.

Item 5: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Mozambique.

Item 6: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re debt relief reforms.

Item 7: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Ethiopia.

Item 8: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Eritrea.

Item 9: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re development aid to Africa in general, dated 21 January 1992.

Item 10: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the Baltic States.

Item 11: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re new employment.

Item 12: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the former Soviet Union.

Item 13: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Iraq.

Item 14: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Middle East.

Item 15: Leaflet re debate on socialism, including speakers from the ANC, held 1 February (undated).

Item 16: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Estonia.

Item 17: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish disarmament policy.

Item 18: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Slovenia and Croatia.

Item 19: Summery of report re Swedish disarmament policy.

Item 20: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re ESK.

Item 21: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Korea.

Item 22: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re former Soviet Union.

Item 23: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re former Soviet Union.

Item 24: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Yugoslavia.

Item 25: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Greece.

Item 26: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re South Africa. Statement on the developments in South Africa at the Nordic Foreign Ministers’ meeting in Reykjavik, Iceland, 20-21 January 1992.

Item 27: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Russia, the Ukraine and Belorussia.

Item 28: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re El Salvador.

Item 29: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Croatia.

Item 30: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re El Salvador.

Item 31: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re St Petersburg.

Item 32: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Northern Ireland.

Item 33: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish disarmament policy.

Item 34: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Algeria.

Item 35: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Mexico City.

Item 36: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re negotiations between the government and Swedish trade and industry actors.

 

17. 1992-1993 – 35 items (no. 26 missing)

 

Box 4

18.Correspondence in Swedish language (i) – 19 items

Item 1: Letter from Africa Groups in Sweden (no addressee) re participation at SOS 52, October 1992.

Item 2: Letter in French

Item 3: Appeal “Let us help the people starving in Somalia”, exhibition on 22 October (no year) called “Africa Next” in Stockholm.

Item 5: Invitation to VPK (Left Party Communists) 1st of May demonstration 1993.

Item 6: Open letter to youth and other organisations in Sweden re Left Party Youth League (Ung Vänster) Congress 20-23 May 1993.

Item 7: Open invitation to solidarity party in Västerås on 1 May 1993 (ANC one of the recipients of support) organized by several organisations in Sweden.

Item 8: Invitation to ANC to attend the setting up of the solidarity committee MIDA on 24 April 1993.

Item 9: Open invitation to party “Beat the drum: Democracy is born in South Africa”, held at Stockholm University on 23 October (no year).

Item 10: Open invitation to media seminar about the coming election in South Africa, Gothenburg 7 February 1994. Attached is a Weekly Mail article by Anton Harber (23 to 29 December 1993).

Item 11: Interview with Mike Ngozi, ANC/Stockholm, carried out by Peder Palmstierna, SSU (Social Democratic Youth League) (undated).

Item 12: Report from SOMAFCO: Elsa Maria Bergström of AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden) writes about “Two years as solidarity worker at the freedom school SOMAFCO in Mazimbu, Tanzania” (undated).

Item 13: Text to Social Democratic Youth League song called “Till seger” (Towards victory).

 

19. Department of Arts and Culture, 1988-1989 – 9 items

Item 1: Information leaflet re the South African film “Mapantsula” from 1988.

Item 2: Invitation to the ballet “Soweto”, first performance at the theatre Stora Teatern in Linköping on 14 February 1989. Attached is information leaflet re Soweto.

Item 3: Information leaflet re the musical “Sarafina”, guest performance by Market Theatre at Dramaten in Stockholm on 19-24 September (no year).

Item 4: Press clipping: article about the musical “Sarafina” in Dagens Nyheter, 18 September 1989.

Item 5: Article re textile art in support of ANC women project in Lusaka, in the journal Fönstret, No 10 1989.

Item 6: Invitation to Billy Modise, ANC/Stockholm to attend performance at Dramaten, Stockholm, on 30 March 1989.

Item 7: Appeal to boycott the South African film “The Gods must be crazy II” (undated, no signatory).

Item 8: Press clipping: interview with Yolissa Modise of the ANC, in the newspaper Sydsvenska Dagbladet (undated) re opening night of the South African film “Mapantsula” in Malmö.

Item 9: Information pamphlet about the South African film “The Gods must be crazy II”, by Twentieth Century Fox (no year).

 

20. Donors – 61 items

Item 1: Letter from Billy Modise, ANC/Stockholm to Embassy of GDR, Stockholm re contribution to ANC, January 1990 (in English).

Item 2: Fax from Stig Dahn to ANC HQ, Johannesburg re meeting in Johannesburg, March 1993 (in English).

Item 3: Letter (dated 31 January 1984) from ANC/Stockholm to ABF (Workers’ Educational Association) in Stockholm re ABF contribution to AMANDLA tour in Sweden.

Item 4: Letter from Stockholm cultural public administration to Lindiwe Mabuza, ANC/Stockholm re income tax note for the year 1983.

Item 5: Open letter of gratitude, written by Lindiwe Mabuza, ANC/Stockholm on 28 March 1983 (in English).

Item 6: Letter from ANC/Stockholm to Stockholm cultural public administration re income tax note, December 1983.

Item 7: Report on distribution of Amandla Records and cassette sales (undated, document in English).

Item 8: Fax from Africa Groups in Umeå to ANC/Stockholm re programme for ANC visit to Umeå January 1993.

Item 10: Preliminary programme for visit by Mr Cyril Ramaphosa (9-12 December 1992), drafted by Swedish Foreign Ministry (in English).

Item 11: Letter to ANC/Stockholm re payments to Intercable Verlag AG (in English).

Item 12: Fax from SIDA/Stockholm to ANC/Stockholm re payments to Intercable Verlag AG (in English).

Item 14: Letter to ANC/Stockholm re payments to Intercable Verlag AG (in English).

Item 15: Letter from ANC/Stockholm to Intercable Verlag AG (in English).

Item 16: Copy of payment order to Intercable Verlag AG.

Item 17: Letter from ANC/Stockholm re payment to Intercable Verlag AG (in English).

Item 18: Invoice from Intercable Verlag AG, April 1992.

Item 19: Invoice from Intercable Verlag AG, February 1993.

Item 20: Invoice from Intercable Verlag AG, March 1993.

Item 21: Letter from Intercable Verlag AG to ANC/Stockholm re unpaid invoice, April 1993.

Item 23: Letter from Intercable Verlag AG to ANC/Stockholm re contract, September 1992.

Item 25: Invoice from Intercable Verlag AG, November 1992.

Item 26: Letter to ANC/Stockholm re Intercable Verlag payment, September 1992 (in English).

Item 27: Letter from ANC/Stockholm to Intercable Verlag AG, September 1992 (in English).

Item 28: Telex from Intercable Verlag AG to ANC/Stockholm re payments, August 1992 (in English).

Item 29: Copy of payment slip.

 

Item 31: Letter from ANC/Stockholm to Intercable Verlag AG re invoice, April 1992 (in English).

Item 32: Letter from Intercable Verlag AG to ANC/Stockholm re invoice, January 1990 (in English).

Item 33: Letter from Intercable Verlag AG to ANC/Stockholm, May 1992.

Item 34: Fax from ANC/Stockholm to SIDA re payment, October 1992 (in English).

Item 35: Letter from Intercable Verlag AG to ANC/Stockholm re invoice, April 1992 (in English).

Item 37: Letter to ANC/Stockholm re Intercable Verlag AG invoice, October 1992 (in English).

Item 38: Letter from ANC/Stockholm re Intercable Verlag AG invoice, November 1992 (in English).

Item 39: Telex from Intercable Verlag AG to ANC/Stockholm re invoice, August 1992 (in English).

Item 40: Telex from ANC/Stockholm to Intercable Verlag AG re invoice, September 1992 (in English).

Item 41: Invoice from Intercable Verlag AG, November 1992.

Item 42: Letter to ANC/Stockholm re Intercable Verlag AG invoice, October 1992 (in English).

Item 45: Invoice from Intercable Verlag AG, February 1993.

Item 46: Letter to ANC/Stockholm re Intercable Verlag AG invoice, May 1993 (in English).

Item 47: Letter from Intercable Verlag AG to ANC/Stockholm re invoice, November 1992 (in English).

Item 48: Copy of payment slip.

Item 49: Letter to ANC/Stockholm re Intercable Verlag AG invoice, October 1992 (in English). Attached is same document as item 48.

Item 50: Invoice from Intercable Verlag AG, June 1992.

Item 51: Same document as item 49.

Item 52: Invoice from Intercable Verlag AG, December 1989.

Item 53: Letter to ANC/Stockholm re Intercable Verlag AG invoice, July 1992.

Item 54: Invoice from Intercable Verlag AG, June 1992.

Item 55: Provisional programme for the Treasurer General’s Delegation to Sweden 17-20 April 1993 (in English).

Item 56 (i): Same document as item 55.

Item 56 (ii): Covering letter to item 57 (in English).

Item 57: Application form re SIDA support for the democratisation process in South Africa. Applicant: ANC/Stockholm.

Item 58: Letter from South African Youth Congress (in English).

Item 59: Letter to Embassy of GDR (in English).

Item 60: Letter to the Ambassador, Kingdom of Lesotho (in English).

Item 61: Letter from Embassy of Angola (in English).

 

21. Government Policy – 11 items

Item 11: Press releases by the Swedish Foreign Ministry. Page 1: Increased humanitarian support to ANC, dated 29 April 1987. Page 2: Speech by Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Pierre Schori on 21 April on the theme ‘Sweden’s South Africa policy’, dated 21 April 1987.

 

22. ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee of Sweden) – 3 items

Item 1: Press clippings: Articles re the Shell boycott in Norra Västerbotten, 14 March 1989 (duplicates).

Item 2: Press clipping: article (interview with John Spencer, South Africa), in the newspaper Norra Västerbotten, 4 December 1987.

Item 3: Articles on the Shell boycott (no source/date specified).

 

23. Kvinnor mot apartheid – 1 item

Item 1: Background material to the seminar “Kvinnor mot apartheid” (women against apartheid) held on 20 October 1984.

 

24. Liberal Party (Folkpartiet) 1991-1993 – 27 items

Item 1: Parliamentary motion by the Moderate Party re development aid to Angola, dated 25 January 1988.

Item 2: Fax from Liberal and Radical Youth (in English).

Item 3: List of Liberal Party press conferences during the period 10-15 January 1991.

Item 4: Press release by the Liberal Party re freedom and democracy in the Baltic States, dated 15 January 1991.

Item 5: Same document as item 4.

Item 6: Press release by the Liberal Party re the role of Sweden in Europe, dated 18 January 1991 (duplicates).

Item 7: Press release by the Liberal Party re development aid, dated 24 January 1991 (duplicates, not complete).

Item 8: Project appeal (in English).

Item 9: Press release by the Liberal Party re development aid and democracy. Attached is speech by Jan-Erik Wikström, presented at seminar on multi-party systems in Africa, 23 May 1991.

Item 10: Same document as item 9.

Item 11: Fax to International Secretary, Liberal Party (in English).

Item 12: Parliamentary motion by the Left Party re Angola and Mozambique, dated 25 January 1993.

Item 13: Parliamentary motion by the Left Party re South Africa, dated 24 January 1993.

Item 14: Parliamentary motions by the Liberal Party, January 1992, re development aid/countries.

Item 15: Letter to Hon. MP Mr B. Wästerberg (in English).

Item 16: Fax to International Secretary, Liberal Party re 80th birthday of Walter Sisulu (in English).

Item 17: Fax to the Liberal Party re ANC leadership delegation April 1993 (in English).

Item 18: Invitation to seminar on 26 May 1993, sent out by Swedish International Liberal Centre. Attached is invitation to Liberal Party Congress 14-17 October 1993 (in English).

Item 19: Press release by the Liberal Party re development aid, August 1993 (duplicates).

Item 20: Press release by the Liberal Party re Sweden in Europe (undated).

Item 21: Press release by the Liberal Party re the European Union (undated).

Item 22: Parliamentary motion by the Liberal Party re development aid, dated 24 January 1991 (duplicates).

Item 23 (i): Parliamentary motion by the Liberal Party re Sweden in Europe, dated 18 January 1991 (duplicates).

Item 23 (ii): Parliamentary motion by the Liberal Party re Sweden and the Baltic States, dated 15 January 1991 (note: not relevant).

Item 24: Publication within the series “Liberal information”, No 1991:1, re the European Union, dated March 1991 (duplicates).

Item 25: Press release by the Liberal Party re the European Union (undated).

Item 26: List of parliamentary motions by VPK (Left Party Communists), 1993.

Item 27: Letter (in English, dated 7 February 1989) from the Communist Party KPML(r) in Gothenburg to Billy Modise/ANC. Attached is copy of the magazine Azania Information, No 1.

 

25. Nelson Mandela 70th birthday – 12 items

Item 1: Press release by the Foreign Ministry re speech by Annie Marie Sundbom at support meeting for Nelson Mandela and the ‘The Sharpeville Six’, dated 18 July 1988.

Item 3: Speech by ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) at support meeting for Nelson Mandela on 18 July 1988, Sergels Torg in Stockholm.

Item 4: Speech by Ambassador Annie-Marie Sundbom at Nelson Mandela’s 70th birthday on 18 July 1988.

Item 7 (ii): Press release by CUF (Centre Party Youth League) re the establishment of a CUF Nelson Mandela scholarship, launched on 18 July 1988.

Item 8: Booklet published by the organisation ‘Idrottare mot Apartheid’ (sportsmen against apartheid), no year.

Item 9: Leaflet “Shell is oiling apartheid: Boycott Shell”, issued by ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee), no year.

Item 10: Leaflet re the Shell campaign.

Item 11: Programme of the Swedish PeaceQuest Tour’88 between 17-29 July (information about PeaceQuest in English).

Item 12: Press clippings re demonstrations and celebrations in Skinnskatteberg, Sweden, on Mandela’s 70th birthday, 18 July 1988.

 

26. Olof Palme’s Memorial Fund – 8 items

Item 1: Invitation to organisations to attend Olof Palme Prize ceremony of 1990 (recipients: Harlem Desir and SOS Racisme), held on 30 January 1991.

Item 2: Extract from book about Harlem Desir and SOS Racisme.

Item 3: Speech by Sten Andersson at Olof Palme Prize ceremony on 30 January 1991.

Item 4: Programme of Olof Palme Prize ceremony on 30 January 1991.

Item 5: Announcement: change of address for the Prize ceremony on 30 January 1991.

Item 6: Letter of participation at the Olof Palme Prize Ceremony on 30 January 1991, filled in by Yolisa Modise/ANC.

Item 7: Invitation to organisations to attend Olof Palme Prize ceremony of 1991 (recipient: Amnesty International), held on 30 January 1992.

Between 7 and 8: 2 items without numbers.

Item 8: Invitation to seminar with Allan Boesak on 3 June 1993, organized by the Olof Palme International Center.

 

27. Parti Liberal Zairois – 10 items (English and French, no documents in Swedish).

 

Box 5

28. Sanctions – 13 items

Item 4: Press clipping: article re the Federation of Swedish Industries calling for reconsideration of sanctions against South Africa, in Dagens Nyheter, 9 February 1991.

Item 5: Application from the company SKF re exemption from the law forbidding investments in South Africa (law 1985:98, changed 1990:78). Application sent to the Foreign Ministry on 12 October 1990.

Item 8: Press clipping: article by Foreign Minister Sten Andersson, in which he writes that sanctions against South Africa should remain, in Dagens Nyheter, 17 November 1990.

Item 10: Press clipping: article re the government preparing a decision to lift sanctions against South Africa, in Dagens Nyheter, 20 February 1991.

Item 11: Document re sanctions against South Africa, written by AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden), June 1990.

Item 12: Press release by the Foreign Ministry, Trade Department, declaring that SKF has been granted an exemption from the investment ban in South Africa, dated 10 January 1991.

Item 13: Light article about the Swedish language (no newspaper, undated).

 

29. SSU (Sveriges Socialdemokratiska Ungdomsförbund/Social Democratic Youth League) – 2 items

Item 1: Proposal put forward by SSU (Social Democratic Youth League) at ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) annual meeting 1990 re the dissolution of ISAK.

Item 2: Press release by SSU (Social Democratic Youth League) re a two months study visit by nine ANC members to Sweden and their concern about their safety when returning to South Africa. Press release dated 18 March 1991.

 

30. Sunderby Folkhögskola (Sunderby folk high-school) – 7 items

Item 1: Letter from the principal of Sunderby folk high-school in Sweden to ANC/Stockholm re the offer to accept an ANC student at the school, dated 24 July 1989.

Item 3: Letter from the Kurdistan committee in Stockholm to Nelson Mandela proposing a meeting in Stockholm in May 1992.

Item 4: Fax from Bengt Therner, Swedish National Radio, to ANC with questions re sanctions (undated).

Item 5: Draft of country profile of South Africa (undated, no signatory).

Item 6: Letter from Paraguay News Agency to ANC re Nelson Mandela visit in May 1992.

 

31. Swedish Social Democratic Party – 8 items

 

Item 5: Information leaflet re exhibition “Social Democratic Party between 1889-1989”, held at the Nordic museum in Stockholm.

Item 6: Parliamentary motion by the Social Democratic Party re measures against apartheid – for peace and democracy in South Africa, dated January 1993.

Item 7: Letter of condolence after the death of Oliver Tambo (in English).

 

32. TCO (Central Organisation of Salaried Employees) – 5 items

Item 1: Report from TCO conference on child labour, Malmö 4-5 February 1993.

Item 2: Covering letter to TCO material, dated 22 June 1993.

Item 3: List of TCO representatives responsible for international matters, dated 1 June 1993.

Item 4: Report re the situation in South Africa after the assassination of Chris Hani, published by TCO international secretariat, May 1993.

 

33.UN Associations – 4 items

Item 1: Information booklet “United Nations – in the forefront of the apartheid struggle”, published by UN information office for the Nordic countries in Copenhagen, Denmark, 1991.

Item 2: Copy of the bulletin Nord/Syd Bulletinen, No 22 1991, published by United Nations Association of Sweden.

Item 4: Report from the Swedish UN delegation at the UN General Assembly 44th meeting, 13-17 November 1989, published by the Swedish Foreign Ministry (one point on the agenda concerns structural adjustment in Africa).

 

34.VPK (Vänsterpartiet Kommunisterna/Left Party Communists) – 11 items

Item 1: Open invitation to 1st of May demonstration 1993.

Item 2: Open letter to youth and other organisations in Sweden re Left Party Youth League (Ung Vänster) Congress 20-23 May 1993.

Item 3: Open invitation to Left Party meeting, dated 31 January 1991.

Item 4: Report from visit to South Africa 9-24 May 1991, written by Left Party representatives Margareta Olofsson and Dick Urban Vestbro. The report includes a) interview with Joe Slovo and Jeremy Cronin, 10 May 1991, b) interview with Essop Pahad, 19 May 1991, c) interview with Anthony Mongalo, Stanley Mabizela and Muhammed Valli Moosa, 12 May 1991.

Item 6: Report from ANC Congress 2-5 July 1991 in Durban, written by Ann Schlyter of the Party Executive of the Swedish Left Party.

Item 7: Open invitation to 1st of May demonstration 1991.

Item 8: Letter from Left Party Stockholm to Billy Modise/ANC. Invitation to meeting re the situation in South Africa, September 1990.

Item 9: Open invitation to public meeting on 8 September (no year) organized by the Left Party/Stockholm.

Item 10: Greeting to ANC on the occasion of Nelson Mandela’s release on 11 February 1990, sent by Left Party in Kramfors/Ådalen.

Item 11: Open invitation to VPK (Left Party Communists) conference on development cooperation, held on 12-13 November 1988.

 

DISCUSSION DOCUMENTS

 

35. Discussion document – 4 items

Item 1: Draft of paper on the South African trade union movement: past and present, presented by John Gaetsewe at ANC seminar in London 6-7 July 1974.

Item 2: Draft of letter from solidarity movements in Sweden, Finland, Norway and Denmark to the Nordic Foreign Ministers re the Nordic countries policy vis-à-vis South Africa, signed in Copenhagen 22 February 1991.

Item 3: Speech by Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Pierre Schori on the theme ‘Pull down the prisons of apartheid’, Sergels Torg, Stockholm, 11 October 1988.

Item 4: Speech by Ingvar Carlsson at meeting on South Africa, Sergels Torg, Stockholm, 4 March 1988.

 

36. Discussion paper (i) – 1 item

Item 1: Thesis ‘An analysis of the South African liberation movement ANC: mission and policy 1949-1979’ by Peter Bak, Department of Political Science, Aarhus University, Denmark, March 1980 (197 pages, in Danish).

 

37. Discussion papers (ii) – 17 items

Item 5 :Information sheet re FilmCentrum (film center), Stockholm.

Item 12: Press clipping: article on music in Africa, in the newspaper Aftonbladet (undated).

Item 13: Continuation of item 14 (from page 2 onwards, put 13 and 14 together).

Item 14: Amendment to memorandum re Swedish companies in Southern Africa, dated 14 March 1974 (no author).

Item 15: Draft of information leaflet re South Africa and the ANC, drafted by ANC/D. McAllister, Stockholm.

Item 16: Draft of list of publications re South Africa, drafted by Stockholm Africa Groups, dated 17 September 1976.

 

 

FINANCIAL MATTERS

 

38.Ystads Fredsgrupp – 2 items

Item 2: Copy of the publication “Fredsduvan”, published by Ystads Fredsgrupp in the town of Ystad (peace group giving practical support in the form of clothes, shoes etc to ANC in Tanzania), November 1988.

 

39. BUWA (Musical by South African Artists United) – 14 items

Item 1: Draft of preliminary budget of BUWA, dated 3 May 1987 (author not specified).

 

 

Item 6-7: Information about BUWA (author and date not specified).

STATEMENTS

 

Box 6

Missing folders in English only: removed and added to Box A6

41. AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden) newspaper clipping – 47 items (mostly English)

Item 1: Press clipping: article re South African participation at international conference organized by Lund University, in the newspaper Dagens Nyheter 9 June 1987.

Item 2: Press clipping: article re the Soweto day organized in Halmstad, in the newspaper Hallandsposten 15 June 1987.

Item 3: Press clipping: article re Shell and ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee), in Dagens Nyheter, 21 December 1991.

Item 4: Press clipping: article re Swedish television, Davis Cup and South Africa, in the newspaper Svenska Dagbladet 6 July 1988.

Item 5: Press clipping: article re Ray McCauley of Rhema church in South Africa visiting sister church in Sweden – protests by ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee), by Helene Thornblad in Aktuellt (undated).

Item 6: Press clipping: article re protests against Scandinavian Enterprise Open (golf tournament), in the newspaper Expressen 29 July 1987.

Item 7: Press clipping: article re trade ban with South Africa, in Expressen 9 October 1987.

Item 8: Press clipping: article re the release of Nelson Mandela, in Dagens Nyheter 8 January 1990.

Item 9: Press clipping: article re Oliver Tambo treated in hospital in Sweden, in Expressen 8 January 1990.

Item 10: Press clipping: article containing statement from AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden) Congress held in Stockholm 26-27 October 1991, published in Proletären No 44, 31 October-6 November 1991.

Item 11: Press clipping: article re flea market in support of ANC/SWAPO held in the town of Umeå, in Proletären No 45, 9-15 November 1989.

Item 12: Press clipping: article in Observer (in English).

Item 13: Several press clippings, all in English (move to another collection?).

Item 14: Press clipping: article re South Africa and sanctions (no newspaper) 9 February 1991 (yellow note attached – remove it).

Item 16: Press clipping: article in The Star (in English).

Item 20: Press clipping: article in Observer (in English).

Item 21: Press clipping: article in The Independent (in English).

Item 22: Press clipping: article re ANC leaders visiting Oliver Tambo in Sweden, in Göteborgsposten 20 January 1990.

Item 23: Several articles together – split them.

Item 24: Press clipping: article re Dulcie September, in Aftonbladet 14 January 1990.

Item 25: Several articles together – split them.

Item 26: Several articles together – split them.

Item 27: Several articles together – split them.

Item 28: Several articles together – split them.

Item 29: Press clipping: article re Dulcie September, in Expressen 13 January 1990.

Item 30: Several articles together – split them.

Item 31: Press clipping: article re exiled South Africans, in Expressen 29 October 1989.

Item 32: Several articles together – split them.

Item 33: Press clipping: article in The Militant (in English).

Item 34: Press clipping: article in The Militant (in English).

Item 35: Press clipping: article in The Militant (in English).

Item 36: Press clipping: article in The Guardian (in English).

Item 37: Press clipping: article re UN in northern Namibia, in Dagens Nyheter 3 November 1989.

Item 38: Several articles together – split them.

Item 39: Press clipping in English (no newspaper).

Item 40: Press clipping: article in The Independent (in English).

Item 41: Press clipping: article containing letter from Nelson Mandela in prison, published in Expressen 26 January 1990.

Item 42: Several articles together – split them.

Item 43: Press clipping in English (not complete).

Item 44: Press clipping: article in Independent (in English).

Item 45: Several documents together – split them.

Item 47: Press clipping: article re 26 July celebration on Cuba, Nelson Mandela participating, in Proletären No 33, 15-21 August 1991 (article not complete).

 

49. Göteborg (Gothenburg) peace race 1990-1992 – 51 items (English and Swedish)

Item 1: Press clipping: article re solidarity party for ANC (ANC 80 years) and Cuba held in Gothenburg on 25 January 1992, in Proletären No 5, 30 January-5 February 1992.

Item 2-4: Press clipping: article containing interview with Stephen Dlamini of SACTU (South African Congress of Trade Unions), in Proletären No 42, 19-25 October 1989.

Item 5: Press clipping: article re SACTU (Bonisile Norushe and Humphrey Maxegwana), in Proletären No 43, 26 October-1 November 1989 (article not complete).

Item 6-8: Press clipping: articles re the peace race in support of ANC and SWAPO, in Proletären No 37, 14-20 September 1989.

Item 9-11: Press clipping: results from the peace race 1989, in Proletären No 37, 14-20 September 1989.

Item 12: Press clipping: article re COSATU strike in South Africa, in Proletären No 24, 16-22 June 1988.

Item 13: Press clipping: article re new record (including songs about ANC) by Swedish artist/musician Mikael Wiehe, in Proletären No 39, 29 September-5 October 1988.

Item 14: Press clipping: article re Patrick Msizi of SACTU (South African Congress of Trade Unions), in Proletären No 39, 29 September-5 October 1988.

Item 15: Press clipping: article re Don Ngubeni of ANC Radio Freedom, in Proletären No 42, 20-26 October 1988.

Item 16: Press clipping: article re negotiations between South Africa Rugby Association and ANC, in Proletären No 43, 27 October-2 November 1988.

Item 17: Belongs together with article in item 18.

Item 18: Press clipping: article re the success of ANC’s struggle and the need for continued support, in Proletären No 40, 6-12 October 1988.

Item 19: Press clipping: articles re 1st of May demonstrations 1990, in Proletären No 18, 3-9 May 1990.

Item 20: Press clipping: article re the peace race 1991, in Proletären No 37, 12-18 September 1991.

Item 21: Copies of press clippings, same as item 20.

Item 22: Press clipping: article re the peace race 1991, in Proletären No 32, 9-14 August 1991.

Item 23: Press clipping: article re the peace race in support of ANC and SWAPO, in Proletären No 45, 9-15 November 1989.

Item 24: Press clipping: results from the peace race 1991, in Proletären No 37, 12-18 September 1991.

Item 25: Press clipping: article re the peace race 1991, in Proletären No 33, 15-21 August 1991.

Item 26: Press clipping: article re ANC demands to set up an interim government in South Africa, in Proletären No 33, 15-21 August 1991.

Item 27: Press clipping: article re the peace race 1991, in Proletären No 34, 22-28 August 1991.

Item 28: Press clipping: article re the peace race 1991, in Proletären No 34, 22-28 August 1991.

Item 29: Press clipping: article re the peace race 1991, in Proletären No 35, 29 August-4 September 1991.

Item 30: Press clipping: articles re the peace race 1991, in Proletären No 35, 29 August-4 September 1991.

Item 31: Press clipping: articles re the peace race 1991, in Proletären No 36, 5-11 September 1991.

Item 32: Press clipping: article containing interview with ANC Secretary General Cyril Ramaphosa, in Proletären No 37, 12-18 September 1991.

Item 33: Press clipping: article re the peace race 1991, in Proletären No 37, 12-18 September 1991.

Item 34: Press clipping: participants and results from the peace race 1991, in Proletären No 37, 12-18 September 1991.

Item 36: Press clipping: article containing interview with Sven Wollter re the peace race 1991, in Proletären No 37, 12-18 September 1991.

Item 38: Press clipping: article containing interview with ANC member Arnold Selby in East Berlin, in Proletären No 35, 1991.

Item 39: Press clipping: article re the peace race 1989, in Proletären No 37, 14-20 September 1989.

50. Government policy – 3 items

Item 1: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs “Reply by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mrs Margaretha af Ugglas, to a question from Mr Hans Göran Franck concerning South Africa, dated 22 October 1991 (document in English).

Item 2: Press clipping: article re violence between ANC and Inkatha in Natal, in Dagens Nyheter 12 February 1991.

Item 3: Press clipping: article re the divided views on South Africa among the Nordic countries, in Dagens Nyheter 24 August 1991.

 

Utrikesdepartementet: Pressmeddelanden 1991 (Ministry for Foreign Affairs: Press releases) – 89 items (Utrikesdepartementet: Pressmeddelanden 1992 – 36 items: see box 3).

Item 1: Press releases by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs:

Page 1: re Kuwait

Page 2: re Iraq

Page 3: re additional humanitarian assistance to Africa, dated 4 April 1991.

Item 2: Press releases by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs:

Page 1: re the Baltic States

Page 2: re Iran

Page 3: re small business assistance to Tanzania

Item 3: Press releases by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs:

Page 1: re nuclear weapons

Page 2: re the Baltic States

Page 3: re Nordic Defence Ministers meeting in Sweden

Item 4: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Yugoslavia

Item 5: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re UN emergency assistance

Item 6: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Central and Eastern Europe

Item 7: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re meeting between Nordic Ministers of Development Cooperation, held 19-20 August 1991. One section of the press release is on the developments in Southern Africa.

Item 8: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Lisbeth Palme appointed UN advisor.

Item 9: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re African politicians and opinion makers invited to Sweden to study the Swedish election campaign, dated 30 August 1991.

Item 10: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re African politicians and opinion makers invited to Sweden to study the Swedish election campaign, dated 3 September 1991.

Item 11: Press releases by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs:

Page 1: re the Nordic countries and UN conference on environment and development in June 1992, dated 18 November 1991.

Page 2: re Albania

Item 12: Press releases by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs:

Page 1: re Korea

Page 2: re Russia, the Ukraine and Belorussia

Page 3: re Slovenia and Croatia

Item 13: Weekly report from the Swedish UN delegation, UN 46th General Assembly, No 7, 4-8 November 1991.

Item 14: Press releases by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs:

Page 1: re Bengt Säve-Söderbergh appointed Ambassador

Page 2: re East Timor

Page 3: re Yugoslavia

Item 15: Press releases by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs:

Page 1: re UN Zionism resolution

Page 2: re information about corruption in Mozambique

Page 3: re Yugoslavia

Item 16: Press releases by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs:

Page 1: re Berlin

Page 2: re El Salvador

Page 3: re St Petersburg

Item 17: Letter from the Scandinavian Institute of African Studies, Uppsala to ANC/Stockholm re publication (in English).

Item 18: Weekly report from the Swedish UN delegation, UN 46th General Assembly, No 8, 11-15 November 1991.

Item 19: Press releases by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs:

Page 1: re the Baltic States

Page 2: re Turkey

Page 3: re Yugoslavia

Item 20: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Cyprus (in English).

Item 21: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Eastern and Central Europe.

Item 22: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re UN environment policy.

Item 23: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re new Ambassadors (Great Britain, Thailand, Denmark, Namibia and Canada) in Sweden

Item 24: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the Baltic States.

Item 25: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish policies on trade and environment.

Item 26: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the Council of Europe

Item 27: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the Baltic States

Item 28: Press releases by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs:

Page 1: re the Foreign Minister if the Soviet Union visiting Sweden

Page 2: re the Swedish arms factory Bofors

Page 3: re official report on the effects of granting credits to developing countries

Page 4: re the Baltic States

Page 5: re ceremony to commemorate the memory of Dag Hammarskjöld

Item 29: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re extending emergency assistance to the Horn of Africa

Item 30: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the Swedish Foreign Minister going to Oslo.

Item 31: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the Middle East.

Item 32: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Cambodia

Item 33: Press releases by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs:

Page 1: re the Baltic States

Page 2: re the EES agreement (European integration agreement)

Item 34: Weekly report from the Swedish UN delegation, UN 46th General Assembly, No 4, 14-18 October 1991.

Item 35: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish exports of arms

Item 36: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re meeting between Nordic Ministers of Development Cooperation, held in Karlshamn 21-22 March 1991.

Item 37: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re report on nuclear weapons free zone in the Nordic countries

Item 38: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Austria

Item 39: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the Swedish Export Credit Committee

Item 40: Press releases by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs

Page 1: re the Middle East

Page 2: re Swedish tied development assistance

Item 41: Press releases by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs:

Page 1: re Latvia

Page 2: re development assistance to Eastern Europe

Page 3: re development assistance via NGOs

Item 42: Press releases by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs:

Page 1: re Swedish Foreign Minister visiting Brussels and The Hague

Page 2: re ESK meeting

Page 3: re family planning and the bilateral development assistance

Item 43: Press releases by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs:

Page 1: re China

Page 2: re Baghdad

Page 3: re emergency assistance to Angola

Item 44: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the war in the Persian Gulf

Item 45: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the Minister of Foreign Trade Anita Gradin visiting London

Item 46: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Nordic – Canadian meeting on the Gulf war as well as the Baltic States

Item 47: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the Baltic States

Item 48: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the Swedish Development Cooperation Minister visiting Burkina Faso

Item 49: Newsletter published by the Institute of Foreign Policy in Stockholm, No 1, 1990. It contains article by Claes-Adam Wachtmeister on the violence between ANC and Inkatha and the negotiations with the white minority regime.

Item 50: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re environmental policy within Swedish development cooperation

Item 51: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Ethiopia

Item 52: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the Middle East

Item 53: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Bengt Säve-Söderbergh visiting Geneva

Item 54: Press releases by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs:

Page 1: re Romania

Page 2: re Peru and the Philippines

Page 3: re the Soviet Union

Page 4: re Iraq

Page 5: re Albanian refugees

Page 6: re Iraq

Page 7: re China

Page 8: re the UN Convention on Children’s Rights

Page 9: re Iran

Page 10: re the Baltic States

Page 11: re El Salvador

Page 12: re Swedish membership in the EU

Page 13: re the Unites States and human rights

Page 14: re homosexuals and human rights

Item 55: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re meeting between Nordic Ministers of Foreign Affairs, held 22-23 March 1991.

Item 56: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re changeover to summertime in Sweden

Item 57: Press releases by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re statements made at meeting between Nordic Foreign Ministers, held 22-23 March 1991. Statements on the Horn of Africa, the Middle East and the Baltic States

Item 58: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re development cooperation personnel

Item 59: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs containing statement on the situation in South Africa, taken at the Nordic Foreign Ministers meeting in Karlshamn, 22-23 March 1991.

Item 60: Press releases by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs:

Page 1: re Yugoslavia

Page 2: re the ESK process

Item 61: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish imports of textiles

Item 62: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish arms trading

Item 63: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish Minister for Foreign Trade travelling to the United States and to Canada

Item 64: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the Swedish aircraft, which disappeared in 1952 (the so called Catalina affair)

Item 65: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs announcing the next meeting of the Swedish Advisory Council on Foreign Affairs

Item 66: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Havel, President of Czechoslovakia, visiting Sweden

Item 67: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Chile

Item 68: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the Swedish King and Queen visiting Italy

Item 69: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the Swedish King and Queen visiting the Vatican

Item 70: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re new Secretary of Information with the Minister of Development Cooperation

Item 71: Weekly report from the Swedish UN delegation, UN 46th General Assembly, No 13, 16-20 December 1991

Item 72: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the Gulf War

Item 73: Press releases by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs

Page 1: re new chairperson of SIPRI (Stockholm international peace institute)

Page 2: re Swedish visa requirements regarding Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia

Item 74: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Lockerbie terrorist plane crash

Item 75: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Kuwait

Item 76: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re new Ambassadors (Nicaragua, Mexico, Bulgaria and Malawi) in Sweden

Item 77: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Czechoslovak State visit (in English)

Item 78: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Kuwait and Iraq

Item 79: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re elections in Latvia and Estonia

Item 80: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish Minister for Foreign Affairs visiting Warsaw

Item 81: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re international agreement on increased flight safety

Item 82: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the Swedish Minister of Development Cooperation travelling to Brussels to negotiate with EU Commission regarding development cooperation

Item 83: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the Swedish Minister for Foreign Affairs visiting Italy, Luxembourg and Paris

Item 84: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Iraq

Item 85: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish development assistance to Kurdish refugees

Item 86: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Iraq sanctions

Item 87: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Iraq

Item 88: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the Middle East

Item 89: Speech by the Swedish Minister for Foreign Affairs, held at UN General Assembly 46th session, 10 October 1991. Among other things, the Minister talks about the situation in South Africa.

 

Box 7

Missing folders in English only: removed and added to Box A6

52. News clippings on culture – 14 items

Item 3: Press clippings re South Africa, all articles from 1992 (Note: articles must be separated).

Item 4: Press clipping: articles of two character portrayals in Soweto, in Dagens Nyheter 2 December 1991.

Item 5: Press clipping: article containing interview with Rose Pettersson, born in South Africa, lives in Sweden, is writing her doctor’s dissertation on Nadime Gordimer, in Dagens Nyheter, 7 December 1991.

Item 6: Press clipping: article “The darker side of SA skin-lightening”, in Guardian, 15 May 1987 (in English).

Item 7: Press clipping: article containing report from Front Line Rock, two-week music tour in Southern Africa 1987, in Röd Press, No 4, 1987.

Item 8: Press clipping: article re ANC’s changed attitude towards the cultural boycott against apartheid South Africa, discussion by Per Wästberg, in Dagens Nyheter, 31 July 1987.

Item 9: Press clipping: article re the exhibition “Svarta Bilder från Sydafrika” (black pictures from South Africa) on show at the Cultural House in Stockholm, in Ny Dag, 4-10 June 1987.

Item 10: Press clipping: article re plans for a Swedish sport centre in Soweto, pursued by Olle Areborn. Article in Dagens Nyheter, 22 December 1991.

Item 11: Press clipping: article re the South African film “Mapantsula”, made by Thomas Mogotlane and Oliver Schmitz. Article in Proletären No 39, 28 September – 4 October 1989.

Item 12: Press clipping: article re André Brink and his latest book in Swedish (Kräftorna vänjer sig), in Dagens Nyheter, 6 November 1991.

Item 13: Press clipping: article re Paul Simon, in Guardian, 9 April 1987 (in English).

Item 14: Press clipping: article re the Swedish health system as a model for South Africa, in DD 25 September 1991.

 

54. Newspaper clippings (i) n.d., 1964 – 64 items (English and Swedish)

Item 1: Press clipping: article re the recruitment of Israeli aeronautical engineers to South Africa (no newspaper, undated).

Item 2: Press clipping: article re Sinn Fein Leader’s view of South Africa, in Guardian, 25 July 1987 (in English).

Item 3: Press clipping: article re UK firm defies oil embargoes on South Africa, in Guardian, 25 July 1987 (in English).

Item 4: Press clipping: article re Britain isolated over sanctions, in Guardian, 10 September 1987 (in English).

Item 5: Press clipping: article re Mitterrand’s decision re the new South African Ambassador, in Guardian, 20 June 1987 (in English).

Item 6: Press clipping: article re Canada vis-à-vis South Africa, in Guardian, 15 April 1987 (in English).

Item 7: Press clipping: article re Britain blocking EC code on South Africa, in Financial Times, 26 May 1987 (in English).

Item 8: Press clipping: article re Britain being linked to SA arms deals, in Guardian, 30 March 1987 (in English).

Item 9: Press clipping: article re Israel’s South Africa policy, in Dagens Nyheter, 16 April 1987.

Item 10: Press clipping: article re Israelis considering sanctions, in Guardian, 21 May 1987 (in English).

Item 11: Press clipping: article re Israel stressing good faith on SA sanctions, in Guardian 3 April 1987 (in English).

Item 12: Press clipping: article re Ford Motor Company trying to quit South Africa, in Guardian, 15 June 1987 (in English).

Item 13 (i): Press clipping: article re SA judge facing debt inquiry, in Guardian, 22 May 1987 (in English).

Item 15: Press clippings: articles re economic sanctions against apartheid South Africa, in Dagens Nyheter, 28 March 1992.

Item 16: Press release (dated 26 March 1992) re the so called South Africa delegation presenting its report to the Swedish Minister for Foreign Affairs. The report suggests that the Swedish sanctions against South Africa should be abolished step by step. Attached is a fax from Frank Chikane, South African Council of Churches, to Lotta Johnson, ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee), re the debate on Swedish sanctions against South Africa (in English).

Item 17: Press clippings: several articles re Swedish sanctions against South Africa (Note: articles must be separated).

Item 18: Press clipping: article re the Swedish sanctions against South Africa, in Dagens Nyheter (undated).

Item 19: Press clipping: article re Otto Hertz, Honorary Chairman of the South African ice-hockey association, in Expressen, 5 March 1992.

Item 20: Press clippings: several articles re the situation in South Africa (Note: articles must be separated).

Item 21 (i): Press clippings: articles re Paul Simon’s tour in South Africa, in Expressen and Dagens Nyheter, December 1991 and January 1992.

Item 21 (ii): Press clipping: article re Zola Budd, South African athletic, who will participate at OS Barcelona, in Dagens Nyheter, 3 December 1991.

Item 22: Press clipping: article re Paul Simon concert in Ellis Park, in Aftonbladet 12 January 1992.

Item 23: Press clippings: 1) article re bombing attack in South African school, in Dagens Nyheter, 2 January 1992, 2) article re Ray Charles playing in Åbo, Finland (no newspaper, undated), 3) article re racial disturbance during tennis tournament in South Africa (Standard Bank Arena), in Expressen, 21 November 1991.

Item 24: Press clipping: article re Paul Simon concert in South Africa, in Dagens Nyheter, 27 January 1992.

Item 25: Press clippings: 1) article re South African participation during OS, in Svenska Dagbladet, 24 January 1992, 2) article re the boycott of Ray Charles, in Expressen, 12 October 1991.

Item 26: Press clipping: article calling for a continuation of Swedish sanctions against South Africa, in Norrskensflamman, No 9, 27 February – 4 March 1992.

Item 27: Press clipping: article re the debate on sanctions against South Africa, in Proletären and Expressen, November-December 1991.

Item 28: Press clipping: article re the Swedish government expected to lift sanctions against South Africa, in Dagens Nyheter, 21 February 1992.

Item 29: Press clipping: article re the South African referendum in March and the lifting of Swedish sanctions against South Africa, in Dagens Nyheter, 23 February 1992.

Item 30: Press clipping: article re the Swedish government planning to lift sanctions against South Africa, in Dagens Nyheter, 21 February 1992.

Item 31: Press clipping: article re the question of lifting Swedish sanctions against South Africa, in Dagens Nyheter, 22 February 1992.

Item 32: Press clipping: article re the question of lifting Swedish sanctions against South Africa, in Dagens Nyheter, 22 February 1992.

Item 33: Press clipping: article in favour of lifting the Swedish sanctions against South Africa, in Expressen, 16 January 1992.

Item 34: Press clipping: article in favour of keeping the Swedish sanctions against South Africa, in Expressen, 2 January 1992.

Item 35: Press clippings: 1) article re a recently published UN report calling for continual pressure on South Africa’s white minority government, in Dagens Nyheter, 2 February 1992, b) article re South African trade unions visiting Sweden to learn about Swedish industrial transformation processes, in Metallarbetaren, No 5, 1992.

Item 38: Press clippings: several articles on one page from Daily Dispatch, New Nation, Natal Mercury, Star, Business Day, Cape Times, Evening Post, The Citizen (articles related to South African issues, in English).

Item 39 (i): Press clipping: article re Dunhill Cup (golf tour) between Sweden and South Africa played in St. Andrews, in Göteborgs-Posten, 14 October 1991.

Item 39 (ii): Press clipping: article re golf tour between Sweden and South Africa played in St Andrews, in Dagens Nyheter, 14 October 1991.

Item 40: Press clipping: article re ANC demanding continuous sanctions against South Africa, according to ANC conference in Durban, in Proletären No 30, 26 July – 1 August 1991.

Item 41: Press clipping: article re the boycott of Ray Charles (not allowed to perform in Sweden), in Expressen, 12 October 1991.

Item 42: Press clipping: article re the Swedish success at the Dunhill Cup (golf tour), in Expressen, 14 October 1991.

Item 43: Press clippings: articles re the South African national assembly election on 6 May 1987, and the economic and political situation in South Africa, in Veckans affärer, No 17, 24 April 1987.

Item 44: Press clipping: article re Frank Sinatra’s scheduled performance in Sweden, in Dagens Nyheter, 30 April 1987.

Item 45: Press clipping: article re the proposal to boycott all Swedish trade with South Africa, in Örebro-kuriren, 27 April 1987.

Item 46: Press clipping: article re Swedish Match selling its South African company Lion Match, in Dagens Nyheter, 16 July 1987.

Item 47: Press clipping: article re sanctions against South Africa by Cecil Inti Sondlo, PAC Representative, in Dagens Nyheter, 27 June 1987.

Item 48: Press clipping: article re Nitro Nobel and other Swedish companies that have applied for exemption from the trade boycott against South Africa, in Ny Dag, 23-29 July 1987.

Item 49: Press clipping: article re the implications of the trade boycott for Swedish companies in South Africa, in Dagens Nyheter, 2 July 1987.

Item 50: Press clipping: article re British Standard Chartered Bank leaving South Africa, in Dagens Nyheter, 11 August 1987.

Item 51: Press clipping: article re SAS airline still selling tickets to South Africa, in Dagens Nyheter, 9 May 1987.

Item 52: Press clipping: article re the company ‘Gambro Sales’ being exempted from the trade boycott against South Africa, in Dagens Nyheter, 2 October 1987.

Item 53: Press clipping: article re Sandvik, Atlas Copco and Secoroc not being exempted from the trade boycott, in Dagens Nyheter, 10 October 1987.

Item 54: Press clipping: article re the risk that Swedish technology will be exported to South Africa through Asea Brown Boveri, in Dagens Nyheter, 14 August 1987.

Item 55: Press clipping: contribution to a debate on Swedish companies in South Africa and the trade boycott, in Dagens Nyheter, 9 July 1987.

Item 56: Press clipping: article re the implications on the job sector in Sweden due to the South African trade boycott, in AIC-Bulletinen 2/87.

Item 57: Press clipping: article re ‘South Africa day’ in Örebro, with art exhibitions, information about South Africa, panel discussions about the coming trade boycott, etc. Article published on 27 April 1987 (no newspaper).

Item 58: Press clipping: article re Prime Minister Thatcher and sanctions against South Africa, in Guardian, 27 October 1989 (in English).

Item 59: Press clipping: article re the Swedish company SwedeChrome AB importing South African chromium ore just one month before the start of the trade boycott, in Expressen, 27 August 1987.

Item 60: Press clipping: article by Mono Badela, correspondent for Aftonbladet in Johannesburg, re foreign companies and South Africa’s future, in Aftonbladet, 3 April 1987.

Item 61: Press clipping: article re Swedish companies applying for exemptions from South African trade boycott legislation, in Internationalen, 31/87.

Item 62: Press clipping: article in favour of keeping the sanctions against South Africa, by Karl-Axel Elmquist of Diakonia, in Expressen, 2 January 1992.

Item 63: Press clipping: article by Allan Boesak re the need for the ANC to hold discussions with Swedish companies about lifting sanctions, investments etc., in Expressen, 6 December 1991.

Item 64: Press clippings: 1) same article as item 63, 2) article in favour of lifting Swedish sanctions against South Africa, by Bo Strömstedt, in Expressen, 5 December 1991.

 

55. Newspaper clippings (ii) n.d., 1964 – 19 items (English and Swedish)

Item 1: Press clipping: article entitled “Students face riot charges”, dated 9 August (no year, no newspaper, in English).

Item 2: Press clipping: article re the South African Minister of Justice, who has banned every form of protests/demonstrations, in ND (?), No 52, 23-24 August (no year).

Item 3: Press clipping: article entitled “The gale of change”, in Guardian, 10 June (no year, in English).

Item 4: Press clipping: article re the pass laws in South Africa, in Ny Dag, 21 February 1975.

Item 5: Press clipping: article entitled “Campus ban on police upheld”, in Guardian, 14 June (no year, in English).

Item 6: Press clipping: article entitled “Court setback for Vorster”, in Guardian, 10 June (no year, in English).

Item 7: Press clipping: article entitled “Dean says police flexed their truncheons”, in The Guardian, 10 August (no year, in English).

Item 8: Press clipping: article entitled “Dean’s wife ‘whacked’ the Pc”, 4 August (no year, no newspaper, in English).

Item 9: Press clipping: article entitled “Fat years can also be worrying” (no newspaper, undated, in English).

Item 10: Press clipping: photo of Mfanasekaya Gaobose and Vuyami Mngaza of the PAC (no newspaper, undated).

Item 11: Press clipping: article entitled “Vorster’s police arrest students in cathedral”, in Guardian, 3 June (no year, in English).

Item 12: Press clipping: article entitled “Key to settlement” (no newspaper, undated, in English, article not complete).

Item 13: Press clipping: article entitled “Access to the sea…. Zambia’s dilemma”, in RDM, 11 January 1975 (in English).

Item 14: Press clipping: article entitled “Owambo election ‘a big victory for Nats’”, by “Mail” Africa Bureau (no newspaper, undated, in English).

Item 15: Press clipping: cartoon by Bob Connolly (no newspaper, undated, in English).

Item 16: Press clipping: cartoon (no newspaper, undated, in English).

Item 17: Information on African National Congress Delegation visiting GDR (no author, undated, in English).

Item 18: Press clipping: article entitled “Foreign investment will hasten change”, in RDM, 22 September (no year, in English).

Item 19: Article “Apartheid demands effective sanctions” by Franz J. T. Lee, in International Affairs, 5 May 1964 (in English, article not complete).

 

 

 

56. Newspaper clippings (iii) 1971-1974 – 70 items (English and Swedish)

Item 1: Press clipping: article re the debate in Sweden on the Swedish arms export, in Aftonbladet, 26 January 1971.

Item 4: Press clipping: article entitled “Apartheid – Crime of the 20th century” (in English).

Item 11: Press clipping: article re communists infiltrating South Africa according to John Vorster, in Dagens Nyheter, 15 June 1972.

Item 12: Press clipping: article entitled “Blood and Batons”, in Time, 19 June 1972 (in English).

Item 13: Press clipping: article entitled “S African students urged to show restraint”, in Time, 11 July 1972 (in English).

Item 14: Press clippings: articles re demonstrations at South African universities, in Dagens Nyheter, 10 and 11 June 1972.

Item 15: Press clipping: article re the South African government prosecuting 67 demonstrators in Johannesburg, in Dagens Nyheter, 13 June 1972.

Item 16: Press clipping: article re demonstrations at South African universities, in Dagens Nyheter, 7 and 8 June 1972.

Item 17: Press clipping: article re the student revolt in South Africa, in Dagens Nyheter, 9 June 1972.

Item 18: Press clipping: article entitled “Court handed burst ‘bomb buckets’”, in Daily Mail, 1972 (undated, in English).

Item 19: Press clippings: articles re the student revolt in South Africa, in Dagens Nyheter, 3, 4 and 6 June 1972.

Item 20: Press clipping: article entitled “Leaflets ‘libelled Nusas’”, in Rand Daily Mail, 6 March 1972 (in English).

Item 21: Press clipping: article re the ANC and the armed struggle – interview with Ruth Mompati in Lusaka, in VD, 7 November 1972.

Item 22: Press clipping: article re the release of Winnie Mandela, in Dagens Nyheter, March (no specific date) 1972.

Item 28: Press clipping: article entitled “Church urges firms to aid black workers”, in Times, 27 October 1973 (in English).

Item 29: Press clipping: photo of demonstration in Sweden on 26 June (day of solidarity), in Ny dag, 6-12 July 1973.

Item 31: Article not complete.

Item 32: Press clipping: article entitled “Budget: security takes big bite”, in Star, 24 August 1974 (in English).

Item 33: Press clipping: article entitled “LM exodus grows: Long waits for Lisbon flights”, in The Star Johannesburg, 24 August 1974 (in English).

Item 34: Press clipping: article re Sithole (ZANU) in Rhodesia, in Dagens Nyheter, 14 December 1974.

Item 35: Press clipping: article entitled “Resolutions of UN General Assembly will promote international detente”, in Soviet News, 24 December 1974 (in English, article not complete).

Item 36: Press clipping: article re John Vorster and Kenneth Kaunda on the Rhodesian question, in Dagens Nyheter, 15 December 1974.

Item 37: Press clipping: article entitled “Defence Target”, in The Star Johannesburg, 17 August 1974 (in English).

Item 38: Press clippings: articles entitled “Farmers join forces” and “Commando out”, in Star, 14 September 1974 (in English).

Item 39: Press clipping: article entitled “Gold deal: Cabinet man resigns”, in The Star Johannesburg, 13 July 1974 (in English).

Item 40: Press clipping: article entitled “Race pay gap is ‘closing’”, in Star, 24 August 1974 (in English).

Item 41: Press clipping: article entitled “Dayan flies in”, in Star, 24 August 1974 (in English).

Item 42: Press clipping: article entitled “Black pensions go up”, in Star, 24 August 1974 (in English).

Item 43: Press clipping: article entitled “Govt gets warning”, in Star, 28 August 1974 (in English).

Item 44: Press clipping: article entitled “Smith holds Vorster’s lead trump”, (no newspaper), 5 December 1974 (in English).

Item 45: Press clipping: article entitled “African leader backs Rhodesia settlement moves”, in G., 12 December 1974 (in English).

Item 46: Press clipping: article entitled “Hopes grow of initiative in S. Africa, in G., 5 December 1974 (in English).

Item 47: Press clipping: article entitled “Rhodesia hopes plunge as Smith says No to talks”, in S.T., 8 December 1974 (in English).

Item 48: Press clippings: 1) article entitled “Majority rule for Rhodesia ‘within a year’”, in G., 6 December 1974 (in English).

2) article entitled “End in year to Smith revolt”, in G., 6 December 1974 (in English).

Item 49: Press clipping: article entitled “A bad line from Pretoria”, in The Guardian, 9 December 1974 (in English).

Item 50: Press clipping: article entitled “New initiative on Rhodesia soon”, in G., 11 December 1974 (in English).

Item 51: Article not complete.

Item 52: Press clipping: article entitled “Accused Swapo leader says police hit him”, in T., 18 October 1974 (in English).

Item 53: Press clipping: article re Rhodesia, in G., 6 December 1974 (in English).

Item 54: Press clipping: article entitled “Need ‘to beat terror’”, in Star Weekly, 23 March 1974 (in English).

Item 55: Press clipping: article re the Rhodesian question, in Expressen, 10 December 1974.

Item 56: Press clipping: article entitled “Wits group attacks report”, in Star, 31 August 1974 (in English).

Item 59: Press clipping: article re Portugal’s colonial empire, in Aftonbladet, 1 August 1974.

Item 60: Press clippings: several articles from The Star Johannesburg, 27 July 1974 (in English).

Item 61: Press clipping: article entitled “Jukskei team for U.S.”, in Star, 27 July 1974 (in English).

Item 62: Press clipping: article entitled “Whites are at fault”, in Star, 27 July 1974 (in English).

Item 63: Press clipping: article entitled “Steps on SWA rule”, in Star, 27 July 1974 (in English).

Item 64: Press clipping: article entitled “Loyalty to SA ‘after citizenship’”, in Star, 27 July 1974 (in English).

Item 65: Press clipping: article entitled “More power?”, in Star, 27 July 1974 (in English).

Item 66: Press clipping: article entitled “War talk ‘is rubbish’”, in The Star, 14 September 1974 (in English).

Item 67: Press clipping: article entitled “TV chaos feared”, in Star Weekly, 29 June 1974 (in English).

Item 68: Press clipping: article re South African participation at the International Metal Workers Federation Congress in Stockholm, in Aftonbladet, 26 June 1974.

Item 69: Press clipping: article entitled “Mine chiefs meet police”, in Star, 23 February 1974 (in English).

Item 70: Press clipping: article entitled “Coloureds told: don’t register”, (no newspaper) 13 September 1972 (in English).

 

Box 8

59. Newspaper clippings (i) n.d. – 69 items

Item 5: Layout of leaflet re South Africa event held at the city theatre in Stockholm on 21 March (no year).

Item 6-8: Document (not complete), written in support of ANC and the struggle in South Africa (no author/date/publication specified).

Item 9: Layout of folder in support of a boycott against South Africa, written by AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden), undated.

Item 10: Document (not complete), written in support of ANC and the struggle in South Africa (no author/date/publication specified).

Item 11: Article re campaign to boycott South Africa, published in AFRIKA-bulletinen, No 35 (no year).

Item 12: Document (not complete), written in support of the ANC and the struggle in South Africa (no author/date/publication specified).

Item 13-14: Document describing the situation of the mineworkers in South Africa (no author/date/publication specified).

Item 15: Document (not complete), written in support of the ANC and the struggle in South Africa (no author/date/publication specified).

Item 16: Page 1 of speech by Nkosazana Dlamini, Vice Chairperson of SASO, held at a meeting at SIDA, Stockholm, on 16 December (no year).

Item 17: Page 1 of article re Bantu education (no author/date/publication specified).

Item 18: Page 2 of speech by Nkosazana Dlamini, Vice Chairperson of SASO, held at a meeting at SIDA, Stockholm, on 16 December (no year).

Item 19: Article re minerals (gold, chromium, uranium etc) in South Africa (no author/date/publication specified).

Item 20: Page 2 of article re Soweto, ANC and the struggle in South Africa (no author/date/publication specified).

Item 21: Page 1 of article re Soweto, ANC and the struggle in South Africa (no author/date/publication specified).

Item 22: Page 2 of article re Bantu education (no author/date/publication specified).

Item 23: Article (not complete) re ANC (no author/date/publication specified).

Item 24: Photo, no information about the photo.

Item 25-26: Short version of a letter from Desmond Tutu to Vorster re the explosive situation in South Africa, written the night before the Soweto uprisings (no publication specified).

Item 27: Press clipping: photo of a child’s grave (no publication, undated).

Item 28-29: Part of an article re the bantustan policy (no author/date/publication specified).

Item 30: Press clipping: photo of a child (no publication, undated).

Item 31: Press clipping: article re the situation in South Africa, in Dagens Nyheter, 16 August 1976.

Item 32: Press clipping: photo, no information about the photo.

Item 33: Speech by Sampson Ndou, held on 12 December 1975 (no forum specified).

Item 34: Articles about 1st of May demonstration, LO/TCO Congress (LO-Swedish Trade Union Confederation; TCO-Central Organisation of Salaried Employees), AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden) Congress and Amnesty (no author/date/publication specified).

Item 35: Article re the bantustan policy (no author/date/publication specified).

Item 36: Press clipping: photos, no information about the photographs.

Item 37: Information brief about SSF (Support Group for the People of South Africa) (no publication, undated).

Item 38: Article about ANC campaigning (The Story of Simon and Jane) (no author/date/publication specified).

Item 39: Press clipping: two photos, no information about the photographs.

Item 40: Article about the guest workers and the bantustan policy (no author/date/publication specified).

Item 41: Page 1 of extracts from ANC’s paper Amandla-Matla (undated).

Item 42: Articles about the ‘Freedom declaration 20 years’ (no author/date/publication specified).

Item 43: Page 3 of extracts from ANC’s paper Amandla-Matla (undated).

Item 44: Page 2 of extracts from ANC’s paper Amandla-Matla (undated).

Item 45: Page 5 of extracts from ANC’s paper Amandla-Matla (undated).

Item 46: Page 4 of extracts from ANC’s paper Amandla-Matla (undated).

Item 47: Article about the performance by the Mayibuye group in Sweden, in Phambili (ANC/Stockholm) (undated).

Item 48: Press clipping: photo, no information about the photograph.

Item 49: Press clipping: photo, no information about the photograph.

Item 50: Page 6 of extracts from ANC’s paper Amandla-Matla (undated).

Item 51: Information about SSF (Support Group for the People of South Africa) (document not complete, undated).

Item 52: Information about SSF (Support Group for the People of South Africa) (document not complete, undated).

Item 53: Information about SSF (Support Group for the People of South Africa) (document not complete, undated).

Item 54: Information about the Mayibuye Group, set up in England in November 1974, and their tour in Sweden in March (no year) (document undated).

Item 55: Page 1 of list of publications on South Africa (periodicals, folders, books, records, posters, cards, calendars etc.) (undated).

Item 56: Page 2 of list of publications (item 55).

Item 57-58: Information about SSF (Support Group for the People of South Africa) and Amandla, SSF’s cultural group (undated).

Item 59: Folder with information on SSF (Support Group for the People of South Africa) (undated).

Item 60-61: Order form (films etc.) to be sent to SSF (Support Group for the People of South Africa) (undated).

Item 62: Appeal from the Swedish committee of the world youth festival to the youth and students: information about the 11th youth and student festival to be held on Cuba 1978.

Item 63-64: Appeal from the Swedish committee of the world youth festival to organisations in general: asking for support to the preparation work of the 11th youth festival on Cuba 1978.

Item 65: Covering letter from SSF (Support Group for the People of South Africa), asking organisations to answer a questionnaire (the questionnaire is not attached), undated.

Item 66: Photo of a demonstration in Sweden. The text below the photo reads: ‘Join the solidarity work: join the SSF!’

Item 67: Layout of information leaflets re performance of “Sharpeville”, held at the city theatre (probably in Stockholm) on 21 March (no year).

Item 68: Information folder about SSF (Support Group for the People of South Africa), undated.

Item 69: Brief information about the ANC, and the programme of a South Africa event at the city theatre on 21 March (no year).

 

60. Newspaper clippings (ii) n.d. – 100 items

All items are, most likely, layout pages from the publication Phambili. Responsible for the publication is the ANC – Scandinavian Mission. Pages are not in order and articles are not complete. Does not make sense to translate.

 

61. Newspaper clippings 1971, 1973, 1974-1977 – 40 items

All items are, most likely, layout pages from the publication Phambili. Responsible for the publication is the ANC – Scandinavian Mission. Pages are not in order and articles are not complete. Does not make sense to translate.

 

62. Newspaper clippings 1987-1989 – 45 items

Item 1: Press clippings: Page 18: critical articles about Siewert Öholm and his programme on Swedish television ‘Svar direkt’ re the debate on Swedish sanctions against South Africa, in Proletären No 44, 2-8 November 1989.

Page 20-21: OAU Declaration on Southern Africa, adopted by OAU in August 1989 and later by the Non-Alignment Movement, published in Proletären, No 44, 2-8 November 1989 (translated into Swedish by the newspaper).

Page 21: article re ANC agent Sue Dobson and her work within the apartheid South African information centre in Windhoek, Namibia, in Proletären, No 44, 2-8 November 1989.

Item 2 (i): Press clipping: article re solidarity meeting on 2-3 September 1991 in Björkå, in Proletären No 38, 19-25 September 1991.

Item 2 (ii): Press clipping: article about the future of South Africa, by Frances Kendall, author of the book “South Africa: The Solution”, in Svenska Dagbladet, 19 April 1987.

Item 3: Press clippings: articles re a possible South African link to the assassination of Prime Minister Olof Palme, in Svenska Dagbladet, 27 and 29 May 1987.

Item 4: Press clipping: article re South Africa’s children under apartheid, in Dagens Nyheter, 27 July 1987.

Item 5: Press clipping: Sylvia Vollenhoven reflecting on discrimination and racism in the South African society, in Expressen, 13 September 1987.

Item 6: Press clipping: Sylvia Vollenhoven reflecting on the political situation in South Africa, in Expressen, 4 October 1987.

Item 7: Compilation of press clippings from ANC representatives visiting the Swedish provinces Ångermanland (Nanee Madikwe), Medelpad (Indres Naidoo) and Jämtland (George Ngake and Debbie Pillay) during the period 17 October-10 December 1987 (the so called ANC project), compiled by Stellan Bäcklund.

Item 8: Compilation of press clippings from ANC representatives Winston Khulalo and David Moyo visit to Jönköping, October – November 1987, to learn more about the Swedish society, compiled by the Social Democratic Party and ABF (Workers’ Educational Association) in Jönköping.

Item 10: Press clipping: article re the Shell boycott organized by ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee), in Svenska Dagbladet, 27 April 1988.

Item 11: Press clipping: article re the Liberal Party Youth League (Stockholm branch) defending Swedish Shell against ISAK’s Shell boycott, in Arbetaren 3 March (no year).

Item 12: Press clippings: articles re the African countries, in particular Angola and Mozambique, IMF and the debt burden, in Afrikabulletinen, No 99 (no year).

Item 13: Press clipping: article re the export of Swedish arms to Malawi, in VF, 14 February 1988.

Item 14: Press clipping: article re the Shell boycott and the risk of future attacks on Shell petrol stations in Sweden, in Dagens Nyheter, 28 April 1988.

Item 15: Press clipping: article re Nadime Gordimer declaring in the Supreme Court of South Africa that Nelson Mandela and Oliver Tambo were her leaders, in Dagens Nyheter, 6 November 1988.

Item 16: Press clipping: article re Shell and its commercial advertising in Sweden and South Africa, in Aftonbladet, 23 November 1988.

Item 17: Press clipping: article re a Dutch documentary film (‘To support apartheid’) about the number of European-South African citizens within the South African army, in Ny Dag, undated.

Item 19: Press clipping: letter to the chief editor of the newspaper Arbetet, signed by ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) in Lund, complaining that the newspaper has cooperated with Shell (reply by chief editor is included), in Arbetet, 16 November 1988.

Item 20: Press clipping: letter to chief editor of the newspaper Gotlands Tidningar re ISAK’s Shell boycott, in Gotlands Tidningar, 11 November 1988.

Item 21: Press clipping: article re the resistance movements in South Africa, with special reference to Raymond Suttner, Johnson Mlambo (PAC) and Mangosuthu Buthelezi (Inkatha), by Ernst Klein in Expressen, 9 September 1988.

Item 23: Press clipping: article re the Shell boycott, interview with Birgitta Larsson (from Västerås, Sweden), member of the Central Committee of the World Council of Churches, in Dagen, 11 October 1988.

Item 24: Press clipping: article re the attendance of Arbetet’s chief editor at a car exhibition together with Shell, despite the Shell boycott, in Dagen, 3 November 1988.

Item 25 (ii): Press clipping: article re Anders Hedman, chairperson of the Moderate Party Youth League, reflecting on his visit South Africa and Angola, in Arbetarbladet, 12 November 1988.

Item 26: Press clipping: article re Roger Hällhag, chairperson of ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee), and his letter to National Swedish Police Board (the article is critical to Hällhag), in Internationalen, 45/88.

Item 27: Press clipping: article re ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) not supporting sabotage acts against Shell, in Arbetaren, No 44, 4 November 1988.

Item 28: Press clipping: article containing interview with Billy Modise, Head of the ANC office in Stockholm, about the political developments in South Africa, in Västerbottningen, 13 October 1988.

Item 29: Press clipping: article with reflections on racism in South Africa, by Gunilla Wettergren in Kommunalarbetaren, No 21, 4-17 December 1989.

Item 30: Press clipping: article with reflections on the decolonization process in Southern Africa, with reference to Zimbabwe, Namibia and South Africa, in Kommunalarbetaren 21/89.

Item 31-32: Press clipping: article re Walter Sisulu after his release, in Kommunalarbetaren 21/89.

Item 33: Press clipping: article re textile handicraft produced by a group of Swedish women, to be sold to give support ANC project in Lusaka, in Fönstret 10/89.

Item 34: Press clipping: article re illegal export of Swedish arms via Great Britain to a third country, perhaps South Africa, in Norrskensflamman, 1 March 1989.

Item 35: Press clipping: article re Anna Lindh, chairperson of SSU (Social Democratic Youth League), and her view on the illegal export of Swedish arms via Great Britain to a third country, perhaps South Africa, in Norrskensflamman, 1 March 1989.

Item 36-37: Press clipping: article re the illegal export of Swedish arms, in Dagens Nyheter, 28 February 1989.

Item 38: Letter to the editor re the Shell boycott, signed by the chairperson of ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) in Gothenburg, in Arbetet, 21 June 1989.

Item 39: Press clipping: articles re the Soweto uprisings and students being sentenced to five years imprisonment, in Dagens Nyheter, 10 and 11 November 1976.

Item 40: First page of the ANC bulletin Phambili, 7/8, May 1977.

Item 41: Press clipping: article re the trade union movement in South Africa, in Fönstret (ABF bulletin), 10/1976 (article not complete).

Item 42: Press clippings from Afrikabulletinen (bulletin of the Africa Groups in Sweden), 13/34, September 1976:

1) Article re Transkei and the Pondoland revolt

2) Article re the South African intervention in Angola

Item 43: Words of the song ‘Mayibuye i’Afrika’ in Swedish (no publication/year specified).

Item 44: Press clipping: article re Swedish business/companies in Southern Africa with special reference to South Africa, in Grafia, No 4, 5 March 1976.

Item 45: Press clipping: article re LO (Swedish Trade Union Confederation) and TCO (Central Organisation of Salaried Employees) demanding an end to currency transactions from Sweden to Swedish companies in South Africa, in Svenska Dagbladet, 12 February 1976.

 

63. Newspaper clippings 1990-1991 – 40 items

Item 1: Press clipping: fourth article re Marius van Niekerk, South African soldier who left South Africa in 1983, in Dagens Nyheter, 16 January 1991.

Item 2: Press clipping: third article re Marius van Niekerk, South African soldier who left South Africa in 1983, in Dagens Nyheter, 15 January 1991.

Item 3: Press clipping: second article re Marius van Niekerk, South African soldier who left South Africa in 1983, in Dagens Nyheter, 14 January 1991.

Item 4: Press clipping: article re the ANC representative Aaron Mnisi visiting ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) in the town Borlänge, in Dala-Demokraten, 4 February 1991.

Item 5: Press clipping: article re meeting between Nelson Mandela (ANC) and Mangosuthu Buthelezi (Inkatha) on 29 January 1991 as an attempt to keep the political violence in South Africa down, in Dagens Nyheter, 27 January 1991.

Item 6: Press clipping: article re concert against racism (ANC Student Choir performed) held in Norrköping, in NT, 18 February 1991.

Item 7: Press clipping: article re ANC students studying health care in Sweden (no newspaper, undated).

Item 8: Press clipping re South Africa (no newspaper/date specified, article not complete).

Item 9: Press clipping: article re the ‘new’ South Africa attracting Swedish companies to the country, in Dagens Nyheter, 17 February 1991.

Item 10: Press clipping: article re the question of homosexuality in South Africa, in Internationalen, No 30, 26 July 1990.

Item 11: Press clipping: article re ANC representative Billy Modise visiting Eskilstuna (no newspaper, undated).

Item 12 (i): Press clipping: article re ANC representative Billy Modise visiting Kramfors (no newspaper, undated).

Item 12 (ii): Press clipping: article re 1st of May demonstration (speech by Peter Radise from ANC office in Stockholm), in Jönköpingsposten (undated).

Item 13: Press clipping: article re material on Swedish support to the liberation movements in Southern Africa being treated as classified material, in Sydsvenskan, 15 March 1990.

Item 14: Press clipping: articles re meeting between the Communist Party KPML(r) and SACTU (South African Congress of Trade Unions) in Lusaka, in Proletären, No 15, 12-18 April 1990.

Item 15: Press clipping: article re ANC representative Billy Modise visiting Eskilstuna, in the newspaper Eskilstunakuriren, 2 April 1990.

Item 16: Press clipping: article re Michael Lapsley being hurt by a letter bomb in Harare, in Dagens Nyheter, 30 April 1990.

Item 17: Press clipping: article re negotiation talks between de Klerk and Mandela in Cape Town, in Dagens Nyheter, 3 May 1990.

Item 18 (i): Press clipping: article re negotiation talks between de Klerk and ANC, in Aftonbladet, 3 May 1990.

Item 18 (ii): Press clipping: article re the Swedish Foreign Ministry pushing for a Nordic delegation to be sent to South Africa to hold discussions with de Klerk, in Dagens Nyheter, 17 May 1990.

Item 19: Letter (dated 31 May 1990) from Magnus Walan to Harald Hamrin and Sven Öste of the newspaper ‘Dagens Nyheter’. Walan is critical of an article on KwaZulu-Natal, which was published by the newspaper on 27 May 1990 (article is attached).

Item 20: Press clipping: article re ANC students studying health care in Sweden, in the newspaper Norrköpings Tidningen, 13 June 1990.

Item 21-22: Press clipping: articles by Ernst Klein re the ANC and other political forces in South Africa, in Expressen, 14 and 16 June 1990.

Item 23: Press clipping: article re Boesak’s white mistress, in Expressen, 8 July 1990.

Item 24: Press clipping: article re South Africa, in Norrköpings Weko-Tidningar, 25 August 1990. Article not complete.

Item 25: Press clipping: article re the violence between Inkatha and ANC, in Norrköpings Tidningen, 25 August 1990.

Item 26: Press clipping: article by the Swedish Foreign Minister Sten Andersson in which he argues that sanctions against South Africa should remain, in Dagens Nyheter, 17 November 1990.

Item 27: Press clipping: articles re the debate on Swedish sanctions against South Africa, in Sydsvenskan, 7 and 8 November 1990.

Item 28: Article not complete.

Item 29-30: Press clipping: article by Creina Alcock, living in Natal, re the violence in the Natal province, in Expressen, 5 August 1990.

Item 31: Press clipping: article re talks-about-talks between de Klerk and Mandela, in Dagens Nyheter, 6 August 1990.

Item 32: Press clipping: article re the relationship between SACP (South African Communist Party) and ANC, in Dagens Nyheter, 31 July 1990.

Item 33: Press clipping: articles re the Amandla prize and the Shell boycott, in Falukuriren, 19 March 1990.

Item 34: Press clipping: article re agreement between the ANC and the South African government, in Expressen, 7 August 1990.

Item 35: Press clipping: article reflecting on points of similarity between de Klerk in South Africa and Gorbatjov in the Soviet Union (no newspaper, undated).

Item 36: Press clipping: article re the agreement between the ANC and the South African government, in Expressen, 8 August 1990.

Item 37: Same document as item 36.

Item 38: Press clippings: 1) article re Kenyan support to South Africa’s war in Mozambique, 2) article re the military cooperation between Israel and apartheid South Africa. Articles published in Internationalen, 32/90.

Item 39: Press clipping: article re peace agreement between the ANC and the South African government, in Expressen, 7 August 1990.

Item 40: Press clipping: article by the South African Mono Badela, who is reflecting on the talks-about-talks agreement between the ANC and the South African government (no newspaper, undated).

 

Note: A number of articles follow after item 40, however, they have not been numbered.

 

64. Newspaper clippings 1992-1993 – 50 items

Item 1: Press clipping: article re the selling of badges in support of SAMWU (South African Municipal Workers Union), in Kommunalarbetaren 15/90.

Item 2-3: Article not complete.

Item 4: Press clipping: article containing interview with Petrus Mashishi (chairperson of South African Municipal Workers Union), who talks about the Swedish support to SAMWU, in Kommunalarbetaren, 5/91.

Item 5: Call for support to a South Africa fund-raising drive organized by ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee), in Kommunalarbetaren, 3/91.

Item 6: Same document as item 5.

Item 7: Article not complete.

Item 8-9: Press clipping: article re African authors, among others Don Mattera from South Africa, in Fönstret, 2/91.

Item 10: Press clipping: article describing the Labour Movement and socialism internationally (in general terms), in Proletären, No 42, 17-23 October 1991.

Item 11: Press clipping: Sylvia Vollenhoven reflecting on the violence in South Africa, particularly in Johannesburg, in Expressen, 15 September 1991.

Item 12: Article in English.

Item 13: Collection of press clippings, all in English.

Item 14: Article in English.

Item 15: Articles in English.

Item 16: Press clipping: article by Per Wästberg and others, who are critical to a study on South Africa published by the Institute of Foreign Affairs in Stockholm, in Dagens Nyheter, 22 February 1992.

Item 17 (i): Press clipping: article re the negotiation talks in South Africa, in Dagens Nyheter, 22 December 1991.

Item 17 (ii): Article not complete.

Item 18: Press clipping: article re the start of the negotiation talks in South Africa, in Dagens Nyheter, 20 December 1991.

Item 19: Several articles together – split them.

Item 20: Article not complete.

Item 21: Press clipping: article re the film based on André Brink’s book “A Dry White Season”, in Kommunalarbetaren 20/90.

Item 22: Press clipping: article re the selling of badges in support of SAMWU (South African Municipal Workers Union), in Kommunalarbetaren 22/90.

Item 23: Article not complete.

Item 24: Press clipping: article re the negotiation talks in South Africa (Codesa), in Dagens Nyheter, 21 December 1991.

Item 25-26: Article not complete.

Item 27: Press clipping: photo of SAMWU (South African Municipal Workers Union) workers, entitled “SAMWU rejects privatisation” (no newspaper/date specified).

Item 28: Press clipping: article re Fatima Meer’s book about Nelson Mandela, in Fönstret 6/90.

Item 29-30: Press clippings: articles re de Klerk opening Parliament in Cape Town, in Dagens Nyheter, 24 January 1992.

Item 31: Several press clippings, all give very brief news about the latest developments in South Africa, mostly from the Swedish Central News Agency (TT), published December 1991-February 1992.

Item 32: Press clipping: article re the political reforms in South Africa and de Klerk’s decision to hold a referendum, in Dagens Nyheter, 22 February 1992.

Item 33: Press clipping: article re the decision to hold a referendum in South Africa, in Expressen, 21 February 1992.

Item 34: Press clipping: article re the decision to hold a referendum in South Africa, in Proletären, No 5, 30 January-5 February 1992.

Item 35: There is no item 35.

Item 36: Several press clippings re the South African referendum, Swedish sanctions against South Africa, Amnesty International examining the South African police, published December 1991-March 1992.

Item 37: Press clipping: article re the decision to hold a referendum in South Africa, in Dagens Nyheter, 21 February 1992.

Item 38: Press clipping: article in favour of continued support to the ANC, by Per Wästberg, in Dagens Nyheter, 2 March 1992.

Item 39: Press clipping: article in favour of continued sanctions against South Africa, by Victor Kaye, in Dagens Nyheter, 4 January 1992.

Item 40 (i): Press clipping: article re Swedish development cooperation assistance to NGOs (no newspaper/date specified).

Item 40 (ii): Press clipping: article re Mandela wanting to keep sanctions against South Africa, in Dagens Nyheter, 4 December 1991.

Item 41: Press clipping: article re the Swedish tennis player Anders Järryd participating at world championship tournament in South Africa. Despite sports sanctions being lifted he was greeted by demonstrations in Johannesburg. Published in Dagens Nyheter, 17 October 1991.

Item 42: Press clipping: article re South Africa’s whites going to the polls on 17 March to vote about the reform policies, in Dagens Nyheter, 24 February 1992.

Item 43: Press clipping: article by Claes-Adam Wachtmeister in response to article written by Wästberg and others on 22 February re study on South Africa (see item 16). Wachtmeister’s response published in Dagens Nyheter, 5 March 1992.

Item 44: Press clippings: 1) Article re five police officers having been shot dead in Johannesburg, in Dagens Nyheter, 4 January 1992

2) Article re the arrest of the PAC leader Bennie Alexander, in Dagens Nyheter, 28 January 1992.

Item 45: Press clipping: article re the South African author Njabulo Ndebele appointed vice chancellor of University of Western Cape, in Dagens Nyheter, 11 February 1992.

Item 46: Press clipping: article by Cecil Inti Sondlo re media’s focus on the ANC, and not other organisations like PAC or AZAPO, in Dagens Nyheter, 6 March 1992.

Item 47: Press clipping: article re the debate on whether to lift sanctions against South Africa, in Dagens Nyheter, 10 October 1992.

Item 48: Article in English.

Item 49: Articles in English.

Item 50: Article in English.

 

65. Newspaper clippings on Amandla Group – 29 items

Item 1-21: Documents in Dutch. Many duplicates.

Item 22: Report written by the committee (board) of SKU (Sweden’s Communist Youth League), and presented at SKU’s 37th Congress on 5-7 January 1990.

Item 23: Congress material (programme, practical information, proposals, application form etc.) compiled for SKU’s (Sweden’s Communist Youth League) 37th Congress on 5-7 January 1990.

Item 24: Copy of the bulletin Röd Press, No 7/89, published by Kommunistisk Ungdom (Communist Youth). Nothing written about Amandla, ANC or South Africa.

Item 25: Copy of the bulletin Unga gardet, No 6 October/November 1989, membership bulletin of Kommunistisk Ungdom (Communist Youth). Nothing written about Amandla, ANC or South Africa.

Item 26: Press clippings: two articles re Mike Ngozi of ANC and Basem Al Baz of PLO, visiting schools and other places to discuss the situation in their countries, in Östgöten 1 November 1989, and Ny Dag No 45 1989.

Item 27: The newsletter Fredskontakt No 9, 1 December 1989, published by the Swedish Peace Council (Sveriges Fredsråd). Nothing written about Amandla, ANC or South Africa.

Item 28: Document in Dutch.

 

 

65a. Newspaper clippings regarding women issues – 3 items

Item 1: Press clipping: article re Canadian conference “Women under apartheid” 1980 (in English).

Item 2: Press clipping: article entitled “SA women forces out of Kenya at gunpoint” (in English).

Item 3: Press clipping: article re Canadian conference “Women under Apartheid” 1980 (in English).

 

Box 9 (all English) removed

66. Press releases n.d.

67. Press statements n.d.

68. Press statements 1974, 1984, 1986-1989

69. Press statements 1990-1993

70. Regional ANC Women’s League in Sweden (statement) n.d. 1991-1992

71. Speeches

72. Statement by Dr. V.I.Ramlakan

73. Statements 1986, 1988, 1990

74. Statements by Chief Albert Luthuli, 12 June 1964, Oliver Tambo 16-23 June 1985

76. Transcript of Nelson Mandela Trial in the old Synagogue court, Pretoria 15 October – 7 November 1962

77. Translated articles

 

REPORTS

 

Box 10

75. SF (Statsanställdas Förbund/Government Workers Union) – 4 items

Item 1: Letter (dated 7 May 1990) from SF to ANC/Stockholm. Information about SF collection/contribution amounting to 250.000 SEK (Swedish Kronor) in support of the ANC.

Item 2: Letter (dated 15 May 1990) from SF to ANC/Stockholm, confirming the deposition of 250.000 SEK (Swedish Kronor) in support of the ANC.

Item 3: Information report entitled ‘Defectors from the ANC?’ published by AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden). Contains AGIS’s views on those South Africans in Sweden, who sought political asylum in Sweden, and who criticized and slandered the ANC. Attached is also ANC’s statement on this matter, issued by the ANC office in Stockholm on 17 August 1989.

Item 4: Same document as item 3.

 

78. ANC Department of Arts and Culture – 24 items

Item 1: Travel report for the period 20/8-17/9 1988, written by the Swedish cultural umbrella organisation Kontaktnätet (the Swedish Network), dated 1 December 1988. Visits to Zambia 880822-880826, Zimbabwe 880826-880902, and South Africa 880902-880916.

Item 2: Information folder about the initiative ‘Frihetslöftet’ (freedom promise), a cultural appeal against apartheid. The initiative was taken by Little Steven and adopted by the Swedish delegates at the Athens symposium ‘Artists against Apartheid’ in September 1989. Included in the information folder is a slip to join the appeal.

Item 3: Document in English re Jazz and Blues All Star Festival in Stockholm.

Item 4: Press clipping: article re Yolissa Modise of the ANC talking at the opening night of the film “Mapantsula” in Malmö, in Sydsvenska Dagbladet, undated.

Item 5: List of participants, Solidarity conference on POLISARIO, 15-16 April 1989.

Item 6: Document re POLISARIO conference, 15-16 April 1989.

Item 7: Document in English re Western Sahara.

Item 8: Document re POLISARIO conference, 15-16 April 1989.

Item 9: Document re Western Sahara.

Item 10: Document re Western Sahara.

Item 11: Fact sheets on Sweden, published by the Swedish Institute.

Item 12: Document in English re workers’ education in Sweden.

Item 13: Speech (undated) by Nelson Mandela after his release (unofficial translation into Swedish, translator’s name not specified).

Item 14: Fax (dated 21 September 1990) from ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) to ANC/Stockholm, containing article re South African agent in Sweden. Article not complete.

Item 15: Document not complete.

Item 16: Open invitation to Left Party meeting on the theme ‘The new individualism’ on 6 February (no year).

Item 17: Newsletter published by the Institute of Foreign Affairs in Stockholm, No 1 1990. It contains an article by Claes-Adam Wachtmeister on the situation in South Africa.

Item 18: Fax from ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) to ANC/Stockholm containing a draft statement re Metall (Metalworkers Union) Congress and South Africa. Draft statement dated 3 September 1989.

Item 19: Extract from Metall’s (Metalworkers Union) Congress agenda 1989: Motions (proposals) concerned with international trade union work, in particular with South Africa.

Item 20: Letter from Church of Sweden Aid (Lutherhjälpen) to Yolisa Modise, ANC Women’s League in Sweden, re contribution to ANC Women’s League National conference in Kimberley. Letter dated 10 April 1991.

Item 23: General outline of the Harare declaration re a) agreements between the government and the ANC, b) legislation, and c) the observance of the agreements. Author of the outline is not specified.

Item 24: Open invitation to the start of the national campaign ‘Students against Apartheid’ at Stockholm University on 17 April 1986. Campaign organized by the students’ union SFS (Sveriges Förenade Studentkårer).

 

79. Exhibitions – 9 items

Item 1: Appeal addressed to The State President P W Botha, as part of the campaign ‘Tear down Apartheid’s prisons’. Campaign organized by a number of Swedish NGOs, and carried out in 1988. Appeal in both Swedish and English.

Item 2: Folder containing general information about the Gothenburg peace race on 11 September 1988.

Item 3: Document in English re symposium on “North-South Solidarity in the 1990s” held in Stockholm 1989.

Item 4: Folder containing general information about the Gothenburg Peace race on 10 September 1989.

Item 5: Programme and list of participants of the seminar “SOS 43” (seminar on solidarity work), organized by ARO (Recruitment Organisation of the Africa Groups) and held in Gillinge 14-25 October 1989.

Item 6: Article on South Africa entitled ‘But the struggle continues’ (no author/organisation specified, undated).

Item 7: Statement re sabotage acts against Shell petrol stations, adopted at ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) annual meeting on 22 September 1988.

Item 8: Articles (not complete) containing information about the Shell boycott, published in Brand 1988.

Item 9: Statement criticizing MUF’s (Moderate Party Youth League) visit to South Africa (no signatory, undated).

 

80. Interviews and talks with ANC and SACTU reps – 21 items

Item 1: Press clipping: article re ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) boycott campaign in Linköping, in Folkbladet Östgöten, 21 May 1979.

Item 2: Press clipping: article in English.

Item 3: Press clipping: article containing interview with Martha Ford of SWAPO (Namibia), in TCO tidningen, No 8/1979.

Item 4: Press clipping: article by Sören Lind of AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden). Lind is criticizing an article by Axel Iveroth, who is in favour of cooperation with South Africa, not investment ban against South Africa. Published in Svenska Dagbladet, 30 April 1979.

Item 5: Same document as item 4.

Item 6: Press clipping: article by Axel Iveroth, who is against a Swedish investment ban against South Africa (response to the article is given by Lind, see item 4). Published in Svenska Dagbladet, 18 April 1979.

Item 7: Report of the ‘Southern Africa Campaign’, carried out in the district of Mellannorrland in 1979. Report compiled by ABF (Workers’ Educational Association)/Mellannorrland.

Item 8: Press clipping: call for boycott against South Africa, in VD, 21 April 1979.

Item 9: Press clipping: call for boycott against South Africa (no newspaper, undated).

Item 10: Press clippings: articles re solidarity meeting in support of the liberation movements in Southern Africa, organized by LO (Swedish Trade Union Confederation) in Ulricehamn, in VD, 9 April 1979.

Item 11: Press clipping: interview with Lindiwe Mabusa, ANC representative in Stockholm, in Metallarbetaren, 19/79.

Item 12: Press clipping: article re Madi Gray of ANC, speaking at open-air meeting in Älmhult, in Norra Skåne, 2 June 1979.

Item 13: Press clipping: article re Africa week in Örnsköldsvik (Raymond Mokoena from South Africa participated), in Nya Norrland, 23 November 1976.

Item 14: Press clipping: article re Africa week in Övik (Raymond Mokoeno from South Africa participated), Örnsköldsviks Allehanda, 20 November 1976.

Item 15: Press clipping: article in English.

Item 16: Press clipping: article re Africa week in Örnsköldsvik (Raymond Mokoena from South Africa participated), no newspaper specified, 13 November 1976.

Item 17: Press clipping: article re Mary Gray of ANC, speaking at the international women’s day in Örnsköldsvik, in Nya Norrland, 10 March 1979.

Item 18: Press clipping: article re Madi Gray of ANC, speaking at open-air meeting in Älmhult, in Smålandsposten, 2 June 1979.

Item 19: Press clipping: photo of Nkosazana, article not attached (no newspaper, undated).

Item 20: Press clipping: photo, does not say who, no newspaper/date specified.

Item 21: Unidentified picture (Note: not relevant).

 

81. Congress documents – 11 items

Item 1: Annual report of AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden): 01/07/1987-30/06/1988, produced for AGIS Congress on 12-13 November 1988.

Item 2: List of nominated persons to new AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden) board, produced for AGIS Congress on 12-13 November 1988.

Item 3: Invitation to study day on the trade unions in South Africa organized by AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden) on 26 November. Invitation dated 17 October 1988.

Item 4: Proposed agenda of AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden) Congress on 12-13 November 1988.

Item 5: Welcome letter to all participants of AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden) Congress on 12-13 November 1988. Map of Uppsala is attached.

Item 6: Letter to Billy Modise re AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden) Congress 1988 (in English).

Item 7: Proposed agenda of AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden) Congress on 12-13 November 1988.

Item 8: Information letter (dated 31 October 1988) to all participants of AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden) Congress 1988.

Item 9: Letter (dated 18 October 1988) from AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden) to Shell dealers, telling them that they are not allowed to use AGIS’s name or material in connection with money collections at Shell petrol stations. Attached are a number of articles from Göteborgs-Posten, dated 16 October 1988. All articles are about the situation in South Africa.

Item 10: Financial report of AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden) produced for AGIS Congress on 12-13 November 1988.

Item 11: The newsletter Marieborgsnytt, No 2 88/89. It includes a short article about a Namibia day held on 7 March.

 

82. News briefing: January 1975, September-October 1975 – 3 items (all items in English)

 

83. Pamphlets – 12 items

Item 1: Information sheets: courses/education offered at Framnäs folk high-school in Öjebyn during the year 1989/90.

Item 2: Pamphlet: courses/education offered at Kalix folk high-school in Kalix, undated.

Item 3: Copy of the bulletin Fred & Solidaritet (bulletin of Swedish Peace Committee), No 5, 1989. No article on South Africa.

Item 4: Covering letter from Harald Swedner, Department of Social Work, to Billy Modise, ANC/Stockholm. Attached is a copy of Socionomen, No 6 1989, containing an article and a poem by Edith Vries, social worker in Cape Town. Article and poem (translated into Swedish) are about children in apartheid South Africa.

Item 5: Letter of invitation to support the appeal in favour of extending assistance to election education in South Africa. Invitation letter dated 29 October 1992, and signed by Lars Hult of ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee).

Item 6: Invitation to seminar on the democratic elections in South Africa (participation by Hermanus Loots, South Africa), held at SIDA on 14 September (no year).

Item 7: Invitation to information meeting on 29 April, to be held before Nelson Mandela’s visit to Sweden. Invitation letter dated 10 April 1992, and extended to concerned NGOs in Sweden.

Item 8: Song-booklet (lyrics) entitled “Mayibuye”, produced and published by AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden), 1983.

Item 9: Annual report of Swedish Cooperative Centre (Utan Gränser) 1989/90 (ANC in Tanzania received support from the Swedish Cooperative Centre).

Item 10: Pamphlet: general information about Framnäs folk high-school in Öjebyn/Piteå.

Item 11: Pamphlet: information about courses/education offered at a number of folk high-schools in Sweden, compiled by the Swedish Missionary Society, January 1989.

 

84. Papers – 5 items

Item 1: Paper on the history of the Pan-Africanist Congress of Azania (PAC). (author not specified, undated).

Item 2: Press clipping: article re the PAC, written by Cecil Inti Sondlo, PAC representative in Sweden, in Dagens Nyheter, 15 April 1991.

Item 3: Press clipping: article re defectors among ANC, i.e. those ANC members who accuse the organisation of torture and threats, and therefore seeking political asylum in Sweden. Published 20 July 1989, name of newspaper not readable.

Item 4: Press clipping: article by Cecil Inti Sondlo, PAC representative in Sweden, who writes about his recent visit to South Africa. Published in Expressen, 17 March 1992.

Item 5: Press clipping: letter to the editor by Cecil Sondlo, PAC representative in Sweden, who criticize ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) for inviting Nico Basson from South Africa, at the same time boycotting Ray Charles. (no newspaper, undated).

 

85. Reports 1956-1981, 1977, 1987, 1990 – 6 items

Item 1: Report of education/training of ANC and SWAPO students at Marieborg folk high-school during the period 16/11 1986 – 31/01 1987. Report dated 7 February 1987.

Item 2: Extract from speech by Chief Gatsha Buthelezi, Uppsala/Stockholm 17-18 November 1977 (in English).

Item 3: Handwritten draft about South Africa Women’s Day 1956-1981 (no author, undated).

Item 4: Draft article re the ANC and its aim to achieve majority rule in South Africa, sent to Jaya Appalraju for corrections (no newspaper, undated).

Item 5: Draft article by Stefan Hjerten of TT (the Swedish Central News Agency), containing interview with Joe Slovo. Dated 4 February 1990.

Item 6: Article re South Africa Women’s Day 1956-1981 (no author, undated) (same article as item 3).

 

86. South African Congress of the Trade Unions – 2 items

Item 1: Pamphlet containing information about SACTU (South African Congress of Trade Unions), published by SACTU Nordic Office in Copenhagen, Denmark (undated).

Item 2: Same document as item 1.

 

87. SSF (Support Group for the People of South Africa) conference n.d. – 29 items

Item 1: Letter (n.d.) from SSF (Support Group for the People of South Africa) to SSF members re SACTU (South African Congress of Trade Unions) visit to Sweden in April (no year).

Item 2: Report issued by the Swedish Festival Committee of the 11th world youth festival. Includes information on the so called ‘Southern Africa week’ arranged in support of SWAPO, ANC, ZAPU and ZANU (undated).

Item 3: Minutes of Swedish Festival Committee meeting, held on 1 December 1977 (nothing on ANC or South Africa in particular).

Item 4: Minutes of Swedish Festival Committee meeting, held on 6 October (no year) (nothing on ANC or South Africa in particular).

Item 5: Information brief re the Swedish Festival Committee of the 11th world youth festival (no author, undated).

Item 6: Notice to attend Swedish Festival Committee meeting on 10 November (no year). Attached is a letter from the Festival Committee in Lund, in which views and ideas about the pre-festival are presented.

Item 7: Information leaflet re a book on Cuba, published by the publisher ‘uf-förlaget’ (undated).

Item 8: Calendar overview February-April (no year) indicating activities such as seminars, meetings etc.

Item 9: Information brief about Hector Estay Jeldres of Chile being refused entry to Sweden, and call for political asylum for him and other political refuges. No signatory specified, undated.

Item 10: Information brief about Hector Estay Jeldres of Chile, signed by Lars Palmgren, member of the Chile bulletin (undated).

Item 11: Information brief about Hector Estay Jeldres of Chile (undated).

Item 12: Notice to attend Festival Committee meeting on 12 January (no year).

Item 13: Minutes of Festival Committee meeting on 9 February (no year). Nothing in particular on ANC or South Africa.

Item 14: Minutes of Festival Committee meeting on 23 February 1978. Nothing in particular on ANC or South Africa.

Item 15: Minutes of Festival Committee meeting on 23 January (no year). Nothing in particular on ANC or South Africa.

Item 16: Notice to attend Swedish Festival Committee meeting.

Item 17: Information brief (n.d.): principles of the Swedish Festival Committee (name, objectives, organisation and budget).

Item 18: Letter from Swedish Festival Committee re payment of membership fees (undated).

Item 19: Minutes of Festival Committee meeting on 12 January (no year).

Item 20: Letter from Swedish Festival Committee re membership fees (undated).

Item 21: Handwritten letter (Note: not relevant).

Item 22: Minutes of Festival Committee meeting (document not complete).

Item 23: Bulletin published by Swedish Festival Committee re the 11th world youth festival on Cuba (undated).

Item 24: Report issued by the Swedish Festival Committee of the 11th world youth festival. Includes information on the so called ‘Southern Africa week’ arranged in support of SWAPO, ANC, ZAPU and ZANU (undated).

Item 25: Report written by the Swedish Committee of the 11th world youth festival (undated).

Item 26: Notice to attend South Africa campaign committee meeting of AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden) held on 19 March 1977.

Item 28: Correspondence between the teaching college in Kristianstad and SSF (Support Group for the People of South Africa) re study material about international issues (undated).

Item 29: Notice to participate at fund-raising drive on 16 April (no year), organized by SSF (Support Group for the People of South Africa) in support of the ANC.

 

88. SSF conference 1976-1978 (ii) – 54 items

Item 1: Invitation to meeting with James Stuart, SACTU (South African Congress of Trade Unions) representative in Lusaka, on 4 April (no year), arranged by AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden)/ Stockholm and the Swedish Festival Committee.

Item 2: Letter from the Swedish Festival Committee to SSF (Support Group for the People of South Africa) re participation in the committee work (undated).

Item 3: Minutes of the Swedish Festival Committee meeting on 2 February 1978. Nothing in particular on ANC or South Africa.

Item 4: Notes re the arrangement of a pre-festival (no signatory, undated).

Item 5: Letter informing about the ‘Southern Africa week’ arranged in support of ANC, ZAPU, ZANU and SWAPO (undated).

Item 6: Minutes of the Swedish Festival Committee meeting on 12 January 1978. Nothing in particular on ANC or South Africa.

Item 7: Information about/invitation to Festival Committee meeting on 8 December (no year).

Item 8: Invitation to Festival Committee meeting on 24 November (no year).

Item 9: Call for joint action re the 11th world youth festival on Cuba (undated).

Item 10: Report issued by the Swedish Festival Committee of the 11th world youth festival on Cuba 1978 (undated).

Item 11: Letter, dated 25 January 1978, from the Student Union of Lund to organisations in general, asking them to propose projects to support. Attached is reply by Madi Gray of the SSF (Support Group for the People of South Africa) suggesting support to ANC school in Tanzania.

Item 12: Letter from Madi Gray of ANC to the Swedish committee of the world youth festival re ANC participation at the festival, dated 8 March 1978.

Item 13: Letter from Madi Gray of ANC to the Swedish committee of the world youth festival re ANC participation at the festival, dated 6 April 1978.

Item 14: Minutes of Swedish festival committee meeting on 19 October 1977. Includes paragraph on the ‘Southern Africa week’.

Item 15: Minutes of Swedish festival committee meeting in December 1977. Nothing in particular on ANC or South Africa.

Item 16: Letter from the SSF (Support Group for the People of South Africa) welcoming new member of the organisation, dated 18 May 1977.

Item 17: Appeal issued by Swedish-Cuban Association to commemorate the memory of the Moncada attack, event to be organized on 26 July 1977. Attached is a proposed resolution.

Item 18: A collection of documents (minutes, press clippings etc.) about the Swedish committee of the 11th world youth festival on Cuba and the SSF (Support Group for the People of South Africa).

Item 19: Appeal (dated 5 November 1977) re Tomas Okusono of Mexico, who has been refused to stay in Sweden.

Item 20: Minutes of Swedish festival committee meeting on 22 September 1977. Includes information about the Southern Africa week.

Item 21: Minutes of Swedish festival committee meeting on 8 September 1977. Includes information about the Southern Africa week.

Item 22: Handwritten notes (Note: not relevant).

Item 23: Invoice re rent of venues (Note: not relevant).

Item 24: Press releases re Hector Estay Jeldres of Chile, who has been refused to stay in Sweden, October 1977.

Item 25: Document re Hector Hugo Estay Jeldres of Chile, October 1977.

Item 26: Document re Hector Hugo Estay Jeldres of Chile, October 1977.

Item 27: Letter (dated 5 March 1977) from the SSF (Support Group for the People of South Africa) to the school Strömska Skolan in Piteå re exhibition on South Africa.

Item 28: Handwritten letter addressed to the board meeting of SSF (Support Group for the People of South Africa) re the organisation of SSF. Letter dated 2 April 1977.

Item 29: Letter (dated 18 May 1977) from SSF (Support Group for the People of South Africa) to Margareta and Knut Bergknut welcoming them to SSF.

Item 30: Letter (dated 14 May 1977) from Margareta and Knut Bergknut to SSF (Support Group for the People of South Africa) asking for SSF membership.

Item 31: Press clipping: article re Hector Estay Jeldres of Chile, in Svenska Dagbladet, 2 October 1977.

Item 32: Minutes of Swedish festival committee meeting on 23 August (no year). Nothing in particular on ANC or South Africa.

Item 33: Minutes of Swedish festival committee meeting on 23 July 1977. Nothing in particular on ANC or South Africa.

Item 34: Correspondence between the trade union HTF and ANC/Stockholm re payment of photo exhibition, February 1977.

Item 35: Invitation to Southern Africa meeting in Oslo, 12-13 October 1977, arranged by the Norwegian Council for Southern Africa (in Norwegian).

Item 36: Letter from Sulay E. Njie to SSF (Support Group for the People of South Africa) expressing gratitude for report, dated 8 November 1977.

Item 37: Letter (dated 8 June 1977) from SSF (Support Group for the People of South Africa) re South Africa exhibition.

Item 38: Appeal to join Southern Africa demonstration on 29 October 1977, arranged by AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden)/Stockholm.

Item 39: Letter (dated 30 November 1977) from SIDA and Swedish UN Association asking organisations to give information to the publication “U-katalogen 77/78”.

Item 40: Handwritten letter (dated 3 March 1977) containing general information about AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden) meeting, South Africa campaign etc.

Item 41: Letter from the Norwegian Council for Southern Africa re conference on Southern Africa, to be held 7-8 January 1978 in Oslo (in Norwegian).

Item 42: Statement from South Africa meeting in Oslo 12-13 October 1977, arranged by the Norwegian Council for Southern Africa (in Norwegian).

Item 43: Programme of South Africa meeting 12-13 October 1977, arranged by the Norwegian Council for Southern Africa (in Norwegian).

Item 44: Draft design of ANC badge/mark/symbol, dated 3 May 1977.

Item 45: Letter, dated 4 February 1977, from the UN association in Linköping to ANC re South Africa exhibition.

Item 46: Letter, dated 11 May 1977, from AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden) to SSF (Support Group for the People of South Africa) re draft design of ANC badge/mark/symbol.

Item 47: Handwritten letter, dated 18 April 1977, from two students at the school Stensöskolan to SSF (Support Group for the People of South Africa) asking for information about apartheid South Africa.

Item 48: Letter, dated 18 February 1977, from SSF (Support Group for the People of South Africa) to Claes (no surname) re work for the SSF.

Item 49: Letter, dated 28 December 1977, from Support Group in Gamleby to SSF (Support Group for the People of South Africa) asking for collecting boxes to be used for ANC collection. Attached is SSF reply.

Item 50: Handwritten letter, dated 10 May (no year), from Luleå Africa Group (no addressee) asking for material/information about South Africa.

Item 51: Handwritten letter (dated 27 May 1976) from Stellan Bäcklund (no addressee), giving a general update.

Item 52: Publication entitled ‘Internal letter’, published by SSF (Support Group for the People of South Africa). Contains press clippings, statements, information about forthcoming activities etc.

Item 53: Handwritten letter (dated 17 December 1976) to ANC asking for information about ANC and South Africa (in Danish).

Item 54: Handwritten letter (dated 10 January 1976) asking for Phambili and Sechaba subscriptions.

 

89. Support Group for the People of South Africa (SSF) minutes 1975 – 75 items

Item 1: Minutes of SSF meeting on 21 April 1975.

Item 2: Minutes of SSF meeting on 12 May 1975.

 

Item 4: Minutes of SSF meeting on 26 May 1975.

Item 5: Minutes of SSF meeting on 9 June 1975.

Item 7: Minutes of SSF meeting on 23 June 1975.

Item 8: SSF appeal for help with fund-raising, selling of Phambili etc. (undated).

Item 9: Minutes of SSF meeting on 10 August 1975.

Item 10: Minutes of SSF meeting on 18 August 1975.

Item 11: Minutes of SSF meeting on 1 October (no year).

Item 12: Proposal to South Africa campaign, to be discussed at SSF meeting on 15 October 1975.

Item 13: Minutes of SSF meeting on 15 October 1975.

Item 14: Minutes of SSF meeting on 7 April 1975.

Item 15: Minutes of SSF meeting on 17 March 1975.

Item 16: Extract from SSF meeting minutes, 27 February 1975.

Item 17: Minutes of SSF meeting on 27 February 1975.

Item 18: Minutes of SSF meeting on 28 October 1975.

Item 19: Minutes of SSF meeting on 10 November 1975.

Item 20: Minutes of SSF meeting on 24 November 1975.

Item 21: Minutes of SSF meeting on 8 December 1975.

Item 22: Minutes of SSF meeting on 12 January 1976.

Item 23: Minutes of SSF meeting on 26 January 1976.

Item 24: Minutes of SSF meeting on 9 February 1976.

Item 25: Minutes of SSF meeting on 1 March 1976.

Item 26: Letter calling a SSF meeting on 15 March 1976.

Item 27: Letter calling a SSF meeting on 23 February 1976.

Item 28: Letter calling a SSF meeting on 1 March 1976.

Item 29: Letter calling a SSF meeting on 12 May 1975.

Item 31: Letter calling a SSF meeting on 21 April 1975.

Item 32: Letter calling a SSF meeting on 26 May 1975.

Item 33: Letter calling a SSF meeting on 8 December 1975.

Item 34: Minutes of SSF meeting on 24 November 1975.

Item 36: Letter calling a SSF meeting on 29 March 1976.

Item 37: Programme of the Mayibuye tour (performances on radio and TV), document undated.

Item 38: Letter calling a SSF study circle meeting on 3 May 1976.

Item 39: Draft statement re LO (Swedish Trade Union Confederation) and TCO (Central Organisation of Salaried Employees) and the Swedish companies in South Africa, signed by AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden) and SSF on 3 May 1976.

Item 40: Letter calling a SSF meeting on 10 April 1976.

Item 41: Minutes of SSF meeting on 15 March 1976.

Item 42: Letter calling a SSF study circle meeting on 17 May 1976.

Item 43: Letter calling a SSF meeting on 24 May 1976.

Item 44: Minutes of SSF meeting on 29 March 1976.

Item 45: Minutes of SSF meeting on 12 April 1976.

Item 50: Minutes of SSF meeting on 13 January 1977.

Item 51: Minutes of SSF meeting on 5 February 1977.

Item 55: Minutes of SSF meeting on 5 February 1977.

 

Item 63: Calendar overview March-June (no year) indicating activities such as seminars, meetings etc.

90. Swedish reports – 6 items

Item 1: Draft letter from Swedish parliamentarians to the US Congress re South Africa (in English).

Item 2: Comments to government bill 1991/92:146 re Sweden’s policy vis-à-vis South Africa (no signatory, undated).

Item 3: Invitation to a press meeting as part of the exhibition on Swedish development cooperation (seminars, debates, music etc.). Exhibition held on 2-4 April 1992 in Örebro, and arranged by the Swedish Foreign Ministry and SIDA. On the programme is Allan Boesak talking about South Africa.

Item 4: Press release by the Swedish Foreign Ministry re the so called ‘South Africa Report’ handed over to the Foreign Minister Margaretha af Ugglas, dated 26 March 1992.

Item 5: Statement of Swedish Government Policy in the Parliamentary Debate on Trade Affairs, Friday 12 April 1991 (includes paragraph on the developments in South Africa and the sanctions against South Africa).

Item 6: Report published by the Press Department at the Swedish Foreign Ministry. The report gives an overview of images of Sweden in foreign press during the year 1989.

 

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Correspondence

1986 – 2 items

Item 1: Letter from Centre Party Youth League to all municipalities and local authorities in Sweden, with an urgent request to boycott South African products. Letter dated 21 March 1980.

Item 2: Guiding principals for the Swedish Sports Confederation regarding apartheid (they imply that sportsmen who have attended sports events in South Africa, and are blacklisted by the UN, will not be allowed to compete in Sweden). Guiding principals taken on 28 August 1986.

 

1987 – 7 items

Item 1: Letter (dated 15 September 1987) from the educational publisher ‘Brevskolan’ to ANC/Stockholm re copyright of the Amandla album.

Item 2: Letter (dated 21 May 1987) from UFO (youth peace organisation) to ANC/Stockholm re ANC gala held on 24 May 1986.

Item 3: Letter (undated) from Ronny Åkerberg to ANC/Stockholm re information on the PAC. ANC reply (dated 28 April 1987) attached (in English).

Item 4: Press release by the political party Humanistic Party (Humanistiska Partiet) with information about the party’s guiding principles, dated 5 October 1987.

Item 5: Letter (dated 28 December 1987) from school pupil Ulrika Järkestig to ANC/Stockholm asking for information about South Africa and apartheid. ANC reply is attached (in English).

Item 6: Motion by SIF (Swedish Union of Clerical and Technical Employees) suggesting that one sharpens the organisation’s position on apartheid South Africa. Attached is a press release, which outlines SIF’s viewpoints.

Item 7: Letter (undated) from ANC/Stockholm to Sunderby folk high-school thanking the school for enrolling ANC student William Mojoro at the school. Attached is an invoice of his travel expenses (Lusaka-Luleå).

 

1988 – 26 items

Item 1: Handwritten letter (dated 26 September 1988) from pupils at the school Via skolan in Nynäshamn to ANC asking for information about ANC and South Africa.

Item 2: Fact sheet published by the Swedish National Board for Consumer Policies, with information about co-operative apartments, published in February 1988.

Item 3: Handwritten letters (dated 20 September 1988) from school pupils to ANC asking for information about ANC and South Africa.

Item 4: Handwritten letter (dated 7 November 1988) from an eleven-year-old girl wanting to do something for South Africa.

Item 5: Letter (dated 10 November 1988) from the educational publisher ‘Brevskolan’ to ANC/Stockholm re distribution of Amandla album.

Item 6: Letter (dated 7 November 1988) from AIESEC (Association Internationale des Etudiants en Sciences Economiques et Commerciales): National Committee of Sweden to ANC/Stockholm re solidarity and support to South African students.

Item 7: Handwritten letter (dated 10 September 1988) from school pupil Jessica Carlsson to ANC asking for information about apartheid in South Africa.

Item 8: Handwritten letter (dated 1 September 1988) from school pupil asking for information about South Africa.

Item 9: Handwritten letter (undated) from school pupil asking for information about South Africa and apartheid.

Item 10: Letter (dated 13 October 1988) from school pupil asking for information about South Africa.

Item 11: Letter (dated 3 September 1988) from school pupil to ANC/Stockholm asking for information about ANC.

Item 12: Handwritten letter (dated 7 September 1988) from Helena Bååth to ANC/Stockholm sending support greetings to the ANC.

Item 13: Handwritten letter in English.

Item 14: Publication, no signatory but most probably by school pupils (no year). Publication entitled ‘Children against apartheid’. Contains short stories, suggestions about books, films etc.

Item 15: Letter (dated 2 May 1988) from the organisation J.G. Artigas-Stockholm (deals with Uruguay) to ANC/Stockholm with general information about the objectives and activities of J.G. Artigas.

Item 16: Letter (dated 19 January 1988) from “Framtid för Afrika”, a joint action group consisting of SIDA and NGO representatives. The letter is addressed to organisations in Sweden dealing with Africa, and asks them to send in information about their organisation, to be used in a publication. Attached is a reply form filled in by the ANC.

Item 17: Letter (dated 28 November 1988) from Operation Day’s Work to ANC/Stockholm re Somafco’s 10-year anniversary.

Item 18: Report written by Alexandra Gesyli (does not say who she is or what year the report was written). The report describes the legal system in apartheid South Africa.

Item 19: Press clippings: a series of articles about South Africa, with municipal elections approaching (elections on 26 October), in Göteborgs-Posten, 16 October 1988.

Item 20: Letter (dated 29 February 1988) from Jämtlands Läns Landsting (county council) to ANC/Stockholm re the donation of surgical instrument to the ANC. Attached is ANC letter of thanks (in English).

Item 21: Letter (dated 9 November 1988) from Rose-Marie Ljunggren asking for information about ANC (ANC freedom school).

Item 22: Press release (dated 15 June 1988) by KFUK/KFUM re the circulation of fake letter about South Africa (“Call to action in solidarity with Southern Africa”). Attached are original and fake letters.

Item 23: Letter from a group of religious youth, Swedish version and translated version. Attached is ANC reply (in English).

Item 24: Handwritten letter (dated 8 September 1988) from Gunnar Johansson, who sends his whole-hearted support to the struggle in South Africa, and includes some of his poems on Soweto, Steve Biko etc.

Item 25: Handwritten letter (dated 6 September 1988) from school pupil asking for information about ANC and South Africa.

Item 26: Handwritten letter (dated 16 November 1988) from school pupil asking for material about the ANC.

 

1989 – 5 items

Item 1: Press clipping: article re school children who have collected money for the ANC (name and date of bulletin not specified, article not complete).

Item 2: Handwritten letter (dated 31 March 1989) from 15-year-old girl asking for information about ANC and South Africa.

Item 3: The newsletter NAI-Aktuellt No 1 1989, published by the Scandinavian Institute of African Studies in Uppsala, Sweden. It presents information about the institute’s activities (research, seminars, publications etc.).

Item 4: Letter (dated 26 July 1989) from Kristina Persson offering support for the struggle against apartheid. Attached is ANC reply (in English).

Item 5: Information brief about UMOJA (United Movement for Democracy in Kenya) in Sweden.

 

1990 – 10 items

Item 1: Letter (dated 11 April 1990) from Gustav B:son Uleberg asking for information about the ANC.

Item 2: Handwritten letter (dated 16 October 1990) from student at folk high-school asking for contact persons in South Africa. Attached is ANC reply (in English).

Item 3: Letter (undated) to Billy asking about photo to be used for the peace race.

Item 4: Poster used for an international boycott campaign against Shell. The campaign, entitled ‘One hundred years of oppression’, was organized as Shell was celebrating its 100 year anniversary (1890-1990).

Item 5: Notes taken by Dick-Urban Vestbro at meeting held on 27 September 1990, and sent to Billy Modise, ANC/Stockholm for comments.

Item 6: Handwritten letter (dated 15 April 1990) from school pupil asking for material about apartheid.

Item 7 (i): Letter (dated 20 February 1990) from Maria Jacobson and Maria Edström to Billy Modise informing him about change of work places.

Item 7 (ii): Letter (dated 10 August 1990) from school pupils asking for material about ANC, Nelson Mandela etc.

Item 8: Covering letter (dated 19 March 1990) addressed to ANC/Stockholm. Attachment is not enclosed.

Item 9 (i): Article not complete.

Item 9 (ii): Postcard, in English.

Item 10: Copy of letter (dated 29 June 1990) from Ditte Nielsen Rydell to Grassroots Educate Trust (in English). Copy sent to Billy Modise.

 

1991 – 7 items

Item 1: Handwritten letter (dated 29 April 1991) from two school pupils asking for material about South Africa.

Item 2: Handwritten letter (dated 31 July 1991) from school student asking for material about South Africa.

Item 3: Pamphlet about South Africa (No 1), compiled by study circle group through Ingegärd Hellsten. Covering letter (dated 22 October 1991) from Hellsten to ANC.

Item 4: Pamphlet about South Africa (No 2), compiled by Ingegärd Hellsten. Covering letter (dated 24 October 1991) from Hellsten to ANC.

Item 5: Handwritten letter (dated 14 November 1991) from student at Tomelilla folk high-school asking for an appointment with ANC/Stockholm. Attached is ANC reply (in English).

Item 6: Documents (invitation, programme etc.) re a South Africa singing event held the weekend 30 March – 1 April 1990 in Kista.

Item 7: First of May greeting sent by ORWI (Organisation of Revolutionary Workers of Iran) to comrades in the ANC (undated).

 

1992 – 5 items

Item 1: Letter (undated) from Jakobsberg folk high-school to Billy and Yolissa Modise re their visit to the school to inform about South Africa. Attached is ANC reply (in English).

Item 2: Letter (dated 6 February 1991) from the women’s league of the Centre Party to Yolissa, ANC, re joint project.

Item 3: Handwritten letter (dated 25 January 1992) from free-lance journalist wishing to make an interview with Nelson Mandela during his Scandinavian visit.

Item 4: Press release by Swedish Cooperative Centre re the appointment of Eidi Genfors as new managing director of the Swedish Cooperative Centre from 1 October 1992.

Item 5: Letter (dated 8 January 1992) from the youth association ‘Förbundet Vi Unga’ addressed to organisations concerned with international affairs. The organisations are asked to recommend films dealing with international issues, to be published in a catalogue.

 

1993-1994 – 3 items

Item 1: Invitation to Liberal Party Congress in Stockholm on 14-17 October 1993, addressed to ANC, Stockholm. Programme is attached.

Item 2: Press release by the Liberal Party re Party Congress on 14-17 October 1993. Attached is programme and attendance form.

Item 3: Press release (dated 20 August 1993) by the Liberal Party re the release of a report on Swedish development cooperation (entitled “Nya villkor för u-landspolitiken”). A working team from the Liberal Party produced the report.

 

9. ABF (Arbetarnas Bildningsförbund/Workers’ Educational Association) 1990-1993 (mostly English) – 16 items

Item 1: Letter of information sent from ABF Stockholm office to a number of ABF districts in Sweden, with information about ANC study visit in 1991 (the objective was to give a broad view of a democratic society). Letter dated 14 September 1990.

Item 2: Letter (dated 11 January 1991) from ABF Stockholm office to the host districts of the ANC visitors in January 1991, with information about arrival dates of eight ANC representatives and four ANC Youth representatives.

Item 3-7: Documents in English.

Item 8: Quotation (dated 27 January 1992) for computer course, sent from ABF/Stockholm to ANC/Stockholm.

Item 9-15: Documents in English.

 

10. ANC/SA Information – 28 items

Item 1: Handwritten letters (undated) from school pupils asking for information about ANC and South Africa.

Item 2: Handwritten letter (undated) from school class asking for information about South Africa.

Item 3: Document in English.

Item 4: Handwritten letter (undated) from school pupil asking for South Africa and apartheid.

Item 5: Handwritten letter (undated) from a girl who wants to know more about the black population in South Africa.

Item 6: Handwritten letter (undated) from school pupil asking for information about apartheid.

Item 7: Addresses (Note: not relevant).

Item 8: Handwritten letter (undated) from school pupil asking for information about apartheid.

Item 9: Letters (dated 9 October 1991) from school pupil asking for information about the ANC.

Item 10: Handwritten letter (dated 20 October 1991) from school pupil asking for information about apartheid.

Item 11: Letters from school pupils asking for information about South and Southern Africa.

Item 12: Letters (dated 20 and 24 October 1991) from school pupils asking for information about South Africa and apartheid.

Item 13: Letters (dated 19 August, 10 September and 8 September 1991) from students/people asking for information about Africa, ANC and African literature.

Item 14: Handwritten letter (dated 18 September 1991) from school pupil asking for information about apartheid in South Africa.

Item 15: Handwritten letter (dated 17 September 1991) from school pupil asking for information about apartheid, Nelson Mandela and the ANC.

Item 16: Handwritten letter (dated 25 September 1991) from school pupil asking for information about apartheid.

Item 17: A number of letters from people writing in a private capacity (Note: documents must be separated).

Item 19: Handwritten letter (dated 30 March 1992) from school pupil asking for material about South Africa.

Item 20: A number of letters from people writing in a private capacity (Note: documents must be separated).

Item 21: Handwritten letter (dated 12 January 1992) from school pupil asking for material about South Africa.

Item 22: Address to someone who wants material about ANC (Note: not relevant).

Item 23: Handwritten letters (dated 15 September 1992) from school pupils asking for material about ANC and South Africa.

Item 24: Handwritten letter (dated 24 November 1992) from school pupil asking for material about Nelson Mandela and ANC.

Item 25: Handwritten letter (dated 20 November 1992) from someone who would like material about apartheid and South Africa.

Item 26: Handwritten letter (dated 5 November 1992) from school pupil asking for information about ANC.

Item 27: Letter (dated 27 October 1992) from school pupil asking for information about apartheid and South Africa.

Item 28: Handwritten letter (dated 23 November 1992) from school pupil asking for information about South Africa.

 

16. Emmaus-Stockholm 1987-1993 (mostly English) – 35 items

Item 1-2: Documents in English.

Item 3: Letter (dated 15 April 1993) from Emmanus-Stockholm to the Support Group of Emmaus, with information about open house and second-hand market.

Item 4: Letter (dated 10 September 1992) from Emmaus to members of the Support Group re meeting to talk about the collection and sorting of clothes.

Item 5: Letter (dated 16 June 1992) from Emmaus-Stockholm to the Support Group of Emmaus as well as volunteers who worked with the second-hand market in support of the ANC. The letter gives an account of the second-hand market and the financial situation of Emmaus on the whole.

Item 6: Document in English.

Item 7: Leaflets with information about the second-hand market in support of the ANC, held between February – April 1992.

Item 8-12: Documents in English.

Item 13: Open invitation to the film “En annan värld” (Another world) shown on 25 and 26 February (no year) as part of the ANC flea market campaign

Item 14-16: Documents in English.

Item 17: Leaflet with brief information about Emmaus Stockholm (organisation, activities etc.).

Item 18: Activity report of Emmaus Björkå 1/7 1987 – 30/6 1988.

Item 19: Invitation to Emmaus Solidarity Party on 12 May (no year).

Item 20-26: Documents in English.

Item 27: Invitation to meeting on 14 August 1990 to inform about the ANC race. Meeting arranged by ‘Proletärens FF’ and Emmaus-Stockholm.

Item 28-35: Documents in English.

 

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22. LO-TCO 1989, 1992 (English and Swedish) – 13 items

Item 1-6: Documents in English.

Item 7: Letter (dated 2 October 1989) from Ulf Edström of LO (Swedish Trade Union Confederation) and Olof Sundström of TCO (Central Organisation of Salaried Employees) addressed to Roger Hällhag of ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee). The letter presents LO’s and TCO’s viewpoints on the issue of boycotting Swedish direct investments in South Africa, and is a reply to a letter sent on 4 September 1989 (this letter is enclosed).

Item 8: Letter (dated 3 April 1989) from LO (Swedish Trade Union Confederation) to international public relations officers in general, with information about the release of new study material (to be used in study circles).

Item 9: Document in English.

Item 10: Document in Swedish and English (parts of the LO-board reply on motions to the 21st LO Congress 20-27 September 1986).

Item 11: List of Swedish trade unions, with details about their international activities, with special reference to South and Southern Africa (undated).

Item 12: Letter to unions in greater Stockholm, in Swedish. English translation found as item 13.

Item 13: Letter to unions in greater Stockholm (in English).

 

24. ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) (some English) – 94 items

Item 1: Pamphlet: programme of the exhibition “Brännpunkt Sydafrika” (The focal point South Africa), with craftsmen and musicians from South Africa. Exhibition held at Oskarshamns kulturhus 5-25 November 1992.

Item 4-19: Documents in English.

Item 20: Fax (dated 19 December 1991) from ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) to ANC/Stockholm. Enclosed is a letter (dated 19 December 1991) addressed to the Danish government, Minister of Foreign Affairs Ulf Elleman-Jensen, and signed by the Nordic anti-apartheid movement. In the letter the Danish government is requested to maintain the sanctions against South Africa, and to phase out sanctions in accordance with the plan outlined by the ANC and the democratic movement.

Item 21: Fax (dated 15 November 1991) from ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) to ANC/Stockholm. Enclosed is an article from the Swedish Central News Agency (TT) re Swedish parliamentarians travelling to South Africa at the beginning of December. Enclosed is also an article arguing in favour of lifting Swedish sanctions against South Africa, in Svenska Dagbladet, 15 November 1991.

Item 22: ISAK annual plan 1991/92.

Item 23: Statutes of ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee), revised 4 May 1990.

Item 24: Document in English.

Item 26: Fax (dated 27 November 1991) from ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) to ANC/Stockholm. Enclosed is an information folder (contains memorandums, articles etc. on South Africa) compiled for Swedish parliamentarians travelling to South Africa. Information folder dated 27 November 1991.

Item 28: Press clipping: letter to the editor by Cecil Sondlo, PAC representative in Sweden. He criticizes ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) for inviting Nico Basson from South Africa, at the same time boycotting Ray Charles. (no newspaper, undated).

Item 29: Form to fill in to participate at seminar organized by ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) on 19-20 October (no year).

Item 33: Invitation to the political parties’ youth organisations to participate at manifestation day against apartheid, to be held on 22 May 1991. Manifestation day arranged by ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) and AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden).

Item 34: Statement (dated 12 June 1991) issued by ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) demanding that sanctions against South Africa are maintained.

Item 35: Press release issued by ISAK on 14 June 1991. The organisation is criticizing Sweden’s decision to ease the visa restrictions for South Africans, despite the sanctions policy.

Item 39: Fax (dated 17 July 1991) from ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) to Billy Modise, asking Modise to comment on an application (enclosed) for a study/working tour to South Africa.

Item 40: Document in English.

Item 41: Draft plans for ISAK’s (Isolate South Africa Committee) South Africa trip in September 1991. Draft dated 19 July 1991.

Item 42: Fax (dated 3 March 1992) from ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) to ANC. Enclosed is extracts from Riksdag (parliamentary) records 1991/92:69, 25 February, concerning the debate on Swedish sanctions against South Africa.

Item 44: Press release issued by AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden) and ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) re the exhibition “Den Svarta Förstaden” (the black township), shown at the Cultural House in Stockholm between 14 February – 29 March (no year).

Item 45: Press clipping: article re Swedish business delegation visiting South Africa, despite the fact that Swedish sanctions are still in place, in Svenska Dagbladet, 13 October 1991.

Item 46: Fax (dated 17 January 1992) from ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee), with list of artists participating at gala for Nadime Gordimer.

Item 49: Speech by ANC representative Billy Modise on the negotiation and peace process in South Africa, held 19 April 1991 in Stockholm (does not say why or in which forum the speech was held).

Item 51: Draft letter (dated 24 April 1991) addressed to the Government of Denmark, signed by ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) and AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden). In the letter the two organisations criticize the Danish government for inviting President de Klerk and Foreign Minister Botha to Denmark.

Item 52: Letter (dated 20 January 1991) from AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden)-Gothenburg to Billy Modise, ANC/Stockholm re South Africa seminar in Gothenburg.

Item 53: Press release (dated 31 January 1991) issued by ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) re the arrest of leaders within the Alexandra Civic Organisation, Alexandra, South Africa.

Item 54: Letter (dated 22 February 1991) from the Nordic anti-apartheid organisations to the Nordic Foreign Ministers at the Nordic Foreign Ministers meeting in Karlshamn on 22-24 March 1991. The Nordic anti-apartheid organisations push for maintaining the sanctions policy against South Africa, as well as for increased support to the ANC and the democratic movement.

Item 55: ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) press clippings on South Africa, 1991.

Item 56: Press release (dated 16 April 1991) issued by AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden) and ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee). The two organisations criticize the EG (European Union) decision to lift sanctions against South Africa.

Item 57: Press release (dated 24 April 1991) issued by ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) and AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden). The two organisations protest against de Klerk and Botha’s visit to Denmark.

Item 58: Copy of the bulletin ISAK kampanjinfo (information bulletin brought out by ISAK six times per year), No 1, 21 September 1990.

Item 59: Fax (dated 5 February 1991) from ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) to ANC/Stockholm. Enclosed is an article on Inkatha, ANC and the Government, produced by the Africa Groups in Sweden (article undated).

Item 60: Fax (dated 12 February 1991) from ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) to ANC/Stockholm. Enclosed is the same article (on Inkatha, ANC and the Government) as in item 59.

Item 61: ISAK’s comments to proposed government bill No 1986/87:110 re trade ban against South Africa and Namibia.

Item 62: Fact sheet (undated) entitled “Apartheid”, produced by AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden) and ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee).

Item 63: Copy of “ISAK’s svarta lista” (ISAK’s black list), which is a publication listing companies involved with apartheid South Africa. Boycott actions against these companies are therefore encouraged.

Item 64: Information sheet (undated) re a new publication in Swedish entitled “Aldrig i Livet”, which is about the struggle carried out by the students and the youth in South Africa.

Item 65: Information sheet (undated) re the book/fact sheets in Swedish entitled “Apartheid”, distributed by AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden) and ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee).

Item 66: Fact sheet (undated) entitled “Apartheid”, produced by AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden) and ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee).

Item 67: Fact sheet (undated) entitled “Apartheid”, produced by AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden) and ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee).

Item 68: The newsletter Södra Afrika Nyheter, No 9/86, published by AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden), ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) and ARO (Recruitment Organisation of the Africa Groups).

Item 69: Pamphlet (dated 21 February 1986) with list of material (books, badges, posters etc.), which is available at ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee).

Item 70: Pamphlet (undated) with brief information about ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee).

Item 71: Copy of the bulletin Free Namibia (undated), published by ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) and ARO (Recruitment Organisation of the Africa Groups).

Item 72: Copy of the bulletin on Southern Africa Freedom! En tidning om södra Afrika (dated November 1985), published by ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee).

Item 73: Information leaflet (undated) re the South African trade union movement, published by ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee).

Item 74: Information leaflet (undated) with a brief account of Desmond Tutu’s views on South Africa, published by ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee).

Item 75: ISAK report on Swedish sanction violations in the case of South Africa and Namibia, published in May 1987.

Item 77: Copy of the publication “Apartheid” published in 1986. It is a joint production with Kristoffer Leonardsson as main author. AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden) and ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) are the distributors. The publication gives an updated account of apartheid South Africa and Namibia, and of the international and Swedish anti-apartheid work.

Item 78: Copy of the campaign paper entitled “Inga Affärer med Apartheid” (no business with apartheid), produced by ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) and used for the campaign week 14-22 March 1987.

Item 80: Copy of the information folder entitled “Hänt i Sydafrika” (what has happened in South Africa), August 1986. Information folder produced and published by AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden).

Item 84: List of material (books, posters, music etc.) available for sale at AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden) in Stockholm.

Item 85-91: Documents in English.

Item 92: Press clipping: article re demonstrations in Stockholm (outside the South African Legation) and Gothenburg (to commemorate the victims of the Boipatong massacre on 17 June and to protest against the apartheid regime), in Norrskensflamman, 9-15 July 1992. Attached is the address, which was presented at the manifestation in Stockholm (address in English).

Item 93-94: Documents in English.

 

26. Kommunistisk Ungdom (Communist Youth) – 5 items

Item 1: Letter (dated 27 June 1980) from the chairperson of the Communist Youth to ANC/Stockholm. In the letter the chairperson asks for a meeting with a representative of the ANC.

Item 2: Open invitation to organisations (does not specify which ones) to attend the 37th Congress of the Communist Youth held on 9-12 May 1991 in Falun, Sweden. Invitation dated 26 April 1991.

Item 3: Document in English.

Item 4: Copy of congress document no 3 prepared for the 37th Congress of the Communist Youth held on 9-12 May 1991. The document is the board’s proposal for an action programme.

Item 5: Copy of congress document no 1 prepared for the 37th Congress of the Communist Youth held on 9-12 May 1991. The document is the board’s proposal for a political document.

 

29. LSU (Landsrådet för Sveriges Ungdomsorganisationer/The National Council of Swedish Youth) (some English) – 20 items

Item 1-2: Documents in English.

Item 3: Invitation (no addressee specified) to LSU meeting on 11 October 1990.

Item 4-5: Documents in English.

Item 6: Leaflet with information about the European Union programme “Ungdom för Europa” (youth for Europe), sent out to concerned youth organisations. Covering letter dated October 1992.

Item 7: Copy of final document from UNR meeting (Youth Nordic Council), which gathered 68 participants from the Nordic countries and was held outside Helsinki on 28 February – 1 March 1992. Among other things, the meeting discussed the relations between the Nordic countries and the Third World.

Item 8: Invitation (addressed to guests and specially invited) to LSU’s annual meeting held on 17 May 1992.

Item 9: Letter (dated 14 April 1992) from LSU re LSU meeting on 17 May 1992. Enclosed is agenda and attendance form.

Item 10: Booklet entitled “LSU info” (June 1992). The booklet is compiled and distributed by LSU. It contains information about past and forthcoming LSU activities.

Item 11: Letter in which the post as international secretary with LSU is advertised. Letter dated 30 November 1992.

Item 12: Booklet entitled “LSU info” (December 1992). The booklet is compiled and distributed by LSU. It contains information about past and forthcoming LSU activities.

Item 13: Booklet entitled “LSU info” (No 2, March 1993). The booklet is compiled and distributed by LSU. It contains information about past and forthcoming LSU activities.

Item 14: Booklet entitled “LSU info (No 3, April 1993). The booklet is compiled and distributed by LSU. It contains information about past and forthcoming LSU activities.

Item 15: Booklet entitled “LSU info” (No 5, May 1993). The booklet is compiled and distributed by LSU. It contains information about past and forthcoming LSU activities.

Item 16: Booklet entitled “LSU info” (No 6, June 1993). The booklet is compiled and distributed by LSU. It contains information about past and forthcoming LSU activities.

Item 17: Booklet entitled “LSU info” (No 7, August 1993). The booklet is compiled and distributed by LSU. It contains information about past and forthcoming LSU activities.

Item 18: Copy of LSU’s activity plan for the year 1993/94.

Item 19: Copy of address list 1993/94, compiled by LSU (addresses to staff, member organisations, board members etc.)

Item 20: Statutes of LSU, adopted at meeting held on 16 May 1993.

 

31. SWAPO (Namibia) – 21 items

Item 1: Statement by the African National Congress, issued on the day of solidarity with the political prisoners in South Africa and Namibia (date and forum not specified).

Item 2: Press clipping: article re South African metalworkers (Lucas Mahahyele, Lucas Molefe and others) visiting Sweden during two weeks, in the bulletin Metallarbetaren 48/90.

Item 3: Press clippings: articles re the Swedish boycott against apartheid South Africa, in Proletären, No 10, 9-15 March 1989.

Item 4: Press clipping: article re Niilo Taappopi, SWAPO representative in Sweden, and the upcoming elections in Namibia, in Proletären, No 10, 9-15 March 1989.

Item 5: The newsletter namibia-nytt No 1 1989, published by the SWAPO office to the Nordic countries (in Stockholm).

Item 6: The newsletter namibia-nytt No 2 1989, published by the SWAPO office to the Nordic countries (in Stockholm).

Item 7: The newsletter namibia-nytt No 3 1989, published by the SWAPO office to the Nordic countries (in Stockholm).

Item 8: The bulletin ISAK kampanjinfo, No 8, 15 June 1989, published by ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee).

Item 9: Copy of the calendar entitled “Antiapartheid-kalendarium”. It contains brief information about upcoming events (festivals, films, meetings etc.) on South Africa/Namibia/Southern Africa. Calendar published by ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) in June 1989.

Item 10: Information sheet announcing the arrangement of a Namibia seminar on 6 October (no year) in Stockholm.

Item 11: Appeal for participation at national collection day in support of SWAPO, to be held on 30 September (no year). Appeal signed by ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee)/Greater Stockholm.

Item 12: Notice to attend the annual meeting of ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee)/Greater Stockholm, to be held on 17 October (no year).

Item 13: Information sheet announcing the arrangement of a concert in support of SWAPO, to be held on 22 October (no year).

Item 14: List of material (posters, books, newsletters etc.) available at ISAK (Isolate South Africa Committee) in Stockholm. List dated 11 September 1989.

Item 15: Document with list of videos available at the library at the South African Legation in Stockholm (the videos can be borrowed for 2-3 weeks). The document has the South African Legation letterhead and is dated April 1989.

Item 16: Press clippings: articles re the political developments in Namibia, in Ny Dag No 46 1988.

Item 17: Invitation to attend a seminar on the election campaign in Namibia, to be held on 8 June (no year). Invitation is sent out by AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden) and is addressed to journalists concerned with Namibia.

Item 18: Appeal for contributions in support of SWAPO’s election campaign. Appeal undated.

Item 19: Copy of Hänt i Sydafrika (what has happened in South Africa), August 1986, published by AGIS (Africa Groups in Sweden).

Item 20: Booklet entitled “Frihet till varje pris: en bok om Namibia”. Published by AIC (Arbetarrörelsens Internationella Centrum/International Centre of the Swedish Labour Movement) in 1989, the booklet gives a brief account of past and present developments in Namibia.

Item 21: Booklet entitled “Namibia: FN för ett fritt folk”. Published by the UN Information Centre for the Nordic countries (based in Copenhagen) in 1989, the booklet gives a brief account of Namibia, with special emphasis on efforts carried out by the United Nations.

 

32. Solidarity – 8 items (mostly Danish)

Item 1: Copy of the bulletin IF Blad for international solidaritet, No 3 1979 (in Danish).

Item 2: Copy of the bulletin Afrika bulletin, No 3-4 1977 (in Danish).

Item 3: Copy of the bulletin Afrika bulletin, No 1 1975 (in Danish).

Item 4: Booklet entitled “En kamp på många fronter”. Published in 1971, it contains textual commentaries to a photo exhibition about the liberated areas in Mozambique and Guinea-Bissau as well as articles on Mozambique, Guinea-Bissau and Angola.

Item 5: Copy of the bulletin ungsosialisten, No 2 1977 (in Norwegian).

Item 6: Copy of the bulletin IF Blad for international solidaritet, No 1 1979 (in Danish).

Item 7: Copy of the newsletter “Nyhedsbrev” No 8, no year (in Danish).

Item 8: Copy of a bulletin (undated) published by the Danish committee ‘Sydafrika-Aktion’ (in Danish).

 

Box 13

Utrikesdepartementet: Pressmeddelanden (Ministry for Foreign Affairs: Press releases). See box 6 for Utrikesdepartementet: Pressmeddelanden 1991 – 89 items and 1992 – 36 items.

Note: most of the press releases are not relevant, i.e. do not concern South Africa or Southern Africa.

1988 – 41 items

Item 1: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Marrack Goulding of the UN visiting Sweden.

Item 2: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs: statement by Foreign Minister Sten Andersson re the imprisonment of several apartheid opponents in South Africa (among them Terror Lekotha, Popo Molefe and Moss Chikane). Press release dated 8 December 1988.

Item 3: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the need for the OECD countries to increase the amount of development cooperation.

Item 4: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re the GATT meeting in Canada.

Item 5: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re the proposal to set up an East European institute in Stockholm.

Item 6-7: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re speech held by Foreign Minister Sten Andersson in Stockholm. The speech deals with the general principles of Sweden’s foreign policy.

Item 8: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re new Ambassadors (Israel, Singapore, Yemen, Mauritius and Vietnam) in Sweden.

Item 9: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Yassir Arafat and representatives of the American Jews visiting Sweden.

Item 10: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the international disarmament of nuclear weapons.

Item 11: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re speech by Ambassador Jan Eliasson at UN’s South Africa debate on 30 November 1988. Press release dated 1 December 1988.

Item 12: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re Saab-Scania being exempted from the trade boycott to be able to deliver vehicles to the UN in Namibia. Press release dated 1 December 1988.

Item 13: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish decision to grant additional development assistance to poor and indebted countries in Africa.

Item 14: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the political situation in Turkey.

Item 15: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the Antarctic.

Item 16-17: Weekly report from the Swedish UN delegation, UN 43rd General Assembly, No 9, 21-25 November 1988.

Item 18: Press releases by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs:

Page 1: re changes of staff within the Swedish foreign office

Page 2: re new Ambassadors (Denmark, Niger, Nepal, Cameroon and Togo) in Sweden

Page 3: re Taha Muhiyddin Maroof of Iraq visiting Sweden

Item 19: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs: statement by Foreign Minister Sten Andersson re the death of Bernt Carlsson, UN Namibia Commissioner.

Item 20: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the proposal to hold a UN conference on environment and development in 1992.

Item 21: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the appointments of new board members of SAREC, BITS and the Nordic Africa Institute (Stockholm and Uppsala).

Item 22: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish official assistance distributed to peace projects and peace organisations in Sweden.

Item 23: Weekly report from the Swedish UN delegation, UN 43rd General Assembly, No 12, 12-23 December 1988.

Item 24: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Sweden and Poland.

Item 25: Parliamentary motion by the Liberal Party re Sweden’s policy vis-à-vis Europe and the European Communities.

Item 26-28: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs with an outline of press releases issued between October and November 1988.

Item 29: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re new appointments within Sweden’s Foreign Service.

Item 30: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re a report written by the Swedish National Board of Trade (Kommerskollegium), which describes to what extent Swedish companies in South Africa and Namibia have observed the Swedish investment ban. Press release dated 15 December 1988.

Item 31-32: Weekly report from the Swedish UN delegation, UN 43rd General Assembly, No 11, 5-9 December 1988.

Item 33: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Paraguay.

Item 34: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Sweden welcoming the agreement reached in Brazzaville concerning the decolonization of Namibia. Press release dated 14 December 1988.

Item 35: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Estonia and Latvia.

Item 36: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Turkey.

Item 37: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Iran.

Item 38: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Estonia.

Item 39: Weekly report from the Swedish UN delegation, UN 43rd General Assembly, No 10, 28 November-2 December 1988.

Item 40-41: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the Baltic States.

 

1989 (i) – 146 items

Item 1-2: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs with an outline of press releases issued in June 1989.

Item 3: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re changes of staff within the Swedish foreign office.

Item 4: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the assassination of the UN official William Higgins.

Item 5: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Central America

Item 6: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re changes of staff within the Swedish foreign office.

Item 7: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Burma.

Item 8: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re changes of staff within the Swedish foreign office.

Item 9: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the international co-operative peace day on 6 August 1989.

Item 10: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re under-secretary of State Bengt Säve-Söderbergh visiting Australia.

Item 11: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs: communiqué from Nordic meeting on Iceland 14-16 August 1989 (one section deals with Southern Africa).

Item 12: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re support to research on AIDS.

Item 13: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Lebanon.

Item 14: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re the Swedish Minister of Foreign Trade Anita Gradin holding a meeting with Sweden’s ambassadors in the Western European countries.

Item 15: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs announcing the next meeting of the Swedish Advisory Council on Foreign Affairs.

Item 16: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Foreign Minister Sten Andersson visiting Egypt.

Item 17: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish multilateral development assistance.

Item 18: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re new Ambassadors (Botswana and France) in Sweden.

Item 19: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Jordan.

Item 20: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re South Korea.

Item 21: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Foreign Minister Sten Andersson visiting Belgrade.

Item 22: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re Iraq.

Item 23: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs: statement by Foreign Minister Sten Andersson re South Africa, caused by riots in Cape Town.

Item 24: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re the arrangement of a meeting as part of an exchange programme between Swedish and Soviet economists.

Item 25: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish emergency relief to Mozambique.

Item 26: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish assistance to Poland.

Item 27: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the Swedish military training called ‘Sydfront -89’, carried out in September 1989.

Item 28: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re the Minister of Foreign Trade Anita Gradin visiting Japan.

Item 29-30: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs with an outline of press releases issued between July and August 1989.

Item 31: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish development assistance to Afghanistan

Item 32: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re the Minister of Foreign Trade Anita Gradin visiting Iceland and the USA.

Item 33: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re China.

Item 34: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Latvia.

Item 35: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re the Soviet Union.

Item 36: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish development assistance to Chile.

Item 37: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Chile.

Item 38: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Japan.

Item 39: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the issue of nuclear weapons and the convention of the law of the sea.

Item 40: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish development cooperation and the importance of democracy and human rights.

Item 41: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re changes of staff within the Swedish foreign office.

Item 42: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re the Spanish under-secretary of State visiting Sweden.

Item 43: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re Malaysian minister visiting Sweden.

Item 44: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) announcing the end of summer time in Sweden (setting the clock an hour back).

Item 45: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re speech by Ambassador Maj Britt Theorin held at international conference on the role of mass media (conference in Västerås).

Item 46: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Sweden’s Development Cooperation Minister Lena Hjelm-Wallén visiting Geneva.

Item 47: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the issue of nuclear disarmament.

Item 48: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the Ambassador Ernst Michanek receiving the medal ‘Illis quorum meruere labores’.

Item 49: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re negotiations between Sweden and Finland re the boundary in the Baltic Sea.

Item 50: Letter (dated 27 September 1989) from Metall (Metalworkers Union) to ANC/Stockholm re contribution to ANC conference on children under apartheid.

Item 51: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish disarmament policy.

Item 52: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re new Ambassadors (Zambia, Tanzania, Hungary, Turkey and Mauritius) in Stockholm.

Item 53: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re changes of staff within the Swedish foreign office.

Item 54: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re visa requirements for Bulgarian citizens.

Item 55: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re minister from Thailand visiting Sweden.

Item 56: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Minister of Foreign Trade Anita Gradin visiting Copenhagen.

Item 57: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re speech by Foreign Minister Sten Andersson, held at UN General Assembly on 26 September 1989.

Item 58: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re Swedish exports to France.

Item 59: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re meeting between Belgium’s and Sweden’s Ministers of Foreign Trade.

Item 60: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re a Lithuanian culture delegation visiting Sweden.

Item 61: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Sweden’s decision to send out another 25 civilian policemen to the UN Namibia corps.

Item 62: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re extending Swedish humanitarian assistance to Cambodia, Uganda and Bolivia.

Item 63: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re development cooperation meeting in Stockholm with participation from Holland and the Nordic countries.

Item 64: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re the Minister of Foreign Trade Anita Gradin visiting Saudi Arabia and Yemen.

Item 65: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re changes of staff within the Swedish foreign office.

Item 66: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish statement at UNHCR meeting in Geneva on 5 October 1989.

Item 67: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Ireland’s Foreign Minister visiting Sweden.

Item 68: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re El Salvador.

Item 69: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the issue of nuclear weapons.

Item 70-71: Weekly report from the Swedish UN delegation, UN 44th General Assembly, No 1, 25-29 September 1989.

Item 72-73: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs with an outline of press releases issued in September 1989.

Item 74: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Sweden’s embargo policy.

Item 75: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Czechoslovakia.

Item 76: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re visa procedures.

Item 77-78: Weekly report from the Swedish UN delegation, UN 44th General Assembly, No 2, 2-6 October 1989.

Item 79: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re informal meeting between the Foreign Ministers of Switzerland, Finland, Austria and Sweden (the four neutral countries in Europe).

Item 80: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Pierre Schori visiting Teheran, Iran.

Item 81: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Argentina.

Item 82: Document not complete.

Item 83: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re sending Swedish election observers to Namibia.

Item 84: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs: statement by Foreign Minister Sten Andersson re the release of Walter Sisulu and other prisoners in South Africa.

Item 85: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the human rights situation in Peru.

Item 86: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Iran.

Item 87: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re new Ambassadors (Ecuador, Haiti and the Central African Republic) in Stockholm.

Item 88: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs announcing the next meeting of the Swedish Advisory Council on Foreign Affairs.

Item 89: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re changes of staff within the Swedish foreign office.

Item 90: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Afghanistan.

Item 91: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the human rights situation in Tibet.

Item 92: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Turkey.

Item 93 (i): Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the issue of international nuclear disarmament.

Item 93 (ii): Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Pierre Schori.

Item 94: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re customs agreement between Sweden and Spain.

Item 95: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) announcing the start of summer time in Sweden (setting the clock an hour forward).

Item 96: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re the GATT negotiations.

Item 97: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish government decision to increase its support to Southern Africa (to be paid via the United Nations).

Item 98: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Pierre Schori visiting Tunisia.

Item 99: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Czechoslovakia.

Item 100: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the international issue of biological weapons.

Item 101: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Sweden’s attendance at the funeral of the Japanese emperor Hirohito.

Item 102: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Salman Rushdie.

Item 103: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Havel of Czechoslovakia.

Item 104: Statement of Swedish Government Policy in the Parliamentary Debate on Foreign Affairs. Debate held on Wednesday 22 February 1989.

Item 105: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the political violence in Colombia.

Item 106: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re speech by Foreign Minister Sten Andersson, held at UN Human Rights Commission in Geneva.

Item 107: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re changes of staff within the Swedish foreign office.

Item 108: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish government decision to extend assistance to UN work in Namibia.

Item 109: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the Minister of Development Cooperation Lena Hjelm-Wallén visiting Laos and Bangladesh.

Item 110: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish government decision to support UNTAG (United Nations Transition Assistance Group) in Namibia.

Item 111: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Ambassador Maj Britt Theorin attending international hearing on disarmament policies in Bonn on 1 March 1989.

Item 112: List of ministers of the Swedish government in February 1989, with brief curriculum vitae of each minister.

Item 113: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs with an outline of press releases issued in February 1989.

Item 114: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the Foreign Minister Sten Andersson travelling to Vienna.

Item 115: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re UNTAG (United Nations Transition Assistance Group) in Namibia (in English).

Item 116: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the appointment of new board members of the Swedish Institute.

Item 117: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re changes of staff within the Swedish foreign office.

Item 118: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re statement by Sweden at UN Human Rights Commission meeting in Geneva, emphasizing the situation in Romania.

Item 119: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re speech by Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Pierre Schori on Latin America.

Item 120: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re Gerald Hinteregger of the ECE visiting Sweden.

Item 121: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re statement by Foreign Minister Sten Andersson at meeting in Vienna on 8 March 1989.

Item 122: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the Minister of Development Cooperation Lena Hjelm-Wallén stressing the role played by women in the area of development assistance.

Item 123: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs announcing the next meeting of the Swedish Advisory Council on Foreign Affairs.

Item 124: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the Swedish government decision to extend humanitarian assistance to the West Bank.

Item 125: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re statement by Sweden’s representative Rolf Ekéus at security negotiations in Vienna.

Item 126: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re changes of staff within the Swedish foreign office.

Item 127: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the size of Swedish development cooperation.

Item 128: Speech by Bengt Westerberg, party leader of the Liberal Party, on Sweden and Estonia.

Item 129: Press release by the Liberal Party re party leader Bengt Westerberg visiting Estonia.

Item 130: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs: statement on Nordic strategy to increase the development assistance given by the international community.

Item 131: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re changes of staff within the Swedish foreign office.

Item 132: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the situation in the Middle East.

Item 133-134: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs with an outline of press releases issued in March 1989.

Item 135: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re statement on Southern Africa, made at the Nordic ministerial meeting in Torshavn 30-31 March 1989.

Item 136: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re Minister of Foreign Trade Anita Gradin visiting China.

Item 137: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re statement on the Nordic countries as a nuclear-free zone, made at the Nordic ministerial meeting in Torshavn 30-31 March 1989.

Item 139: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Poland.

Item 140: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs: statement by Foreign Minister Sten Andersson re the recent developments in Namibia.

Item 141: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re North Korea’s Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs visiting Sweden.

Item 142 (i): Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish government decision to assist Afghanistan.

Item 142 (ii): Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re GATT meeting in Geneva.

Item 143: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the setting up of a committee, which will analyse working methods and organisational matters of the Swedish development cooperation.

Item 144: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re changes of staff within the Swedish foreign office.

Item 145: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish financial assistance to the Women’s Commission of the United Nations.

Item 146: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs announcing the setting up of a Swedish consulate general in Milan.

 

1989 (ii) – 137 items

Item 1: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Havel of Czechoslovakia.

Item 2-4: Weekly report from the Swedish UN delegation, UN 44th General Assembly, No 12, 11-15 December and 18-22 December 1989.

Item 5: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the United States intervention in Panama.

Item 6: Press release in English.

Item 7: Document in English.

Item 8: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the peace process in the Middle East.

Item 9: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the Baltic States.

Item 10: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re meeting between the Nordic Ministers of Foreign Trade held in Oslo.

Item 11: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re statement made by Foreign Minister Sten Andersson at UN’s special session on apartheid 12 December 1989.

Item 12: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Easter Europe.

Item 13: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Pakistan.

Item 14: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish contributions to Baltic project.

Item 15: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the political situation in Western Sahara.

Item 16: Document not complete.

Item 17: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Great Britain.

Item 18: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Chile.

Item 19: Weekly report from the Swedish UN delegation, UN 44th General Assembly, No 11, 4-8 December 1989 (document not complete).

Item 20: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re EG/EFTA meeting in Brussels.

Item 21: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re UN report entitled “Participation of Women in Decision-making for Peace: The Case Study on Sweden”.

Item 22: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the issue of abolishing the death penalty internationally.

Item 23-24: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re ESK meeting in Vienna.

Item 25: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the launch of an official report, which has investigated the organisation of the Swedish foreign office.

Item 26: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Nepal.

Item 27: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Foreign Minister Sten Andersson thanking Gunnar Lagergren for his services in Sweden and internationally.

Item 28: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re an official report, which has investigated the organisation of the Swedish foreign office.

Item 29: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Ambassador Annie Marie Sundbom appointed new chairperson in the UN NGO committee.

Item 30: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re changes of staff within the Swedish foreign office.

Item 31: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re the European Community and EFTA.

Item 32: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish government decision to grant allocation for environmental control in Southern Africa (the member states of SADCC).

Item 33: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re conference on Swedish defence and security policies.

Item 34: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish development assistance to Indonesia.

Item 35: Appeal to be sent to the company ASEA-Brown Boveri (people can sign the list, thereby demanding the company to leave South Africa).

Item 36: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Afghanistan.

Item 37: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re changes of staff within the Swedish foreign office.

Item 38: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the Swedish under-secretary of State Bengt Säve-Söderbergh attending the SADCC conference in Luanda.

Item 39: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the Swedish Foreign Minister visiting Poland.

Item 40: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish government decision to grant emergency relief to Mozambique.

Item 41: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re women’s issues in Swedish development cooperation.

Item 42: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs with a list of staff and their contact numbers.

Item 43: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re changes of staff within the Swedish foreign office.

Item 44: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the issue of international disarmament.

Item 45: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs with an outline of press releases issued in January 1989.

Item 46: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the SADCC conference in Luanda.

Item 47: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re border agreement between Sweden and Poland.

Item 48: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Paraguay.

Item 49: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the appointment of new director of the Swedish organisation BITS.

Item 50: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the Soviet Union marching out of Afghanistan.

Item 51: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Foreign Minister Sten Andersson talking about South Africa during the Social Democratic Party campaign “Vår värld – vårt ansvar”.

Item 52: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re new ambassadors (Algeria, Kenya, Japan, Zaire and Burma) in Stockholm.

Item 53-55: Weekly report from the Swedish UN delegation, UN 44th General Assembly, No 3, 9-13 October 1989.

Item 56: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs with a list of staff and their contact numbers.

Item 57-58: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re new Swedish official report proposing new principles for classification of war equipment.

Item 59: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish visa requirements.

Item 60: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re two new professors at SAREC.

Item 61: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re the Swedish arms deal with India (AB Bofors).

Item 62: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the UN General Assembly and the question of disabled persons.

Item 63: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish delegation travelling to Tanzania and Zambia, inter alia to hold discussions with the ANC leadership in Zambia.

Item 64: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re statement by Minister of Environment and Energy Birgitta Dahl made at the UN General Assembly on 23 October 1989.

Item 65: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re the establishment of an EG (European Community) delegation in Stockholm.

Item 66-68: Weekly report from the Swedish UN delegation, UN 44th General Assembly, No 4, 16-20 October 1989.

Item 69: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re SIDA’s population programmes.

Item 70: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the whereabouts of Raoul Wallenberg.

Item 71: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the Antarctic.

Item 72: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re changes of staff within the Swedish foreign office.

Item 73: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re statement by Foreign Minister Sten Andersson on President Gorbatjov’s speech in Helsinki, Finland.

Item 74: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Minister of Foreign Trade Anita Gradin visiting Mexico.

Item 75-77: Weekly report from the Swedish UN delegation, UN 44th General Assembly, No 5, 23-27 October 1989.

Item 78: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re statement by Ambassador Maj Britt Theorin on the importance of changing over from military to civilian production.

Item 79(i): Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Sweden’s decision to increase the development assistance to the UN agency UNIFEM.

Item 79 (ii): Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re statement by Foreign Minister Sten Andersson on the election in Namibia.

Item 80: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish development assistance directed towards women.

Item 81-82: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs with an outline of press releases issued in October 1989.

Item 83-85: Weekly report from the Swedish UN delegation, UN 44th General Assembly, No 7, 6-10 November 1989.

Item 86: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re communiqué from Nordic Defence Ministers meeting in Trondheim 13-14 November 1989.

Item 87: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Cambodia.

Item 88: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the UN Convention on Children’s Rights.

Item 89: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish development assistance to Chile.

Item 90: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish development assistance to Nicaragua.

Item 91: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Colombia.

Item 92: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the Foreign Minister Sten Andersson visiting the Soviet Union.

Item 93: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re statement by Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Pierre Schori at the Council of Europe (mostly about the Eastern European countries and their wish to join the organisation).

Item 94: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Lisbet Palme chairing an international support committee for women and children living under apartheid.

Item 95: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Sao Tomé and Príncipe’s President visiting Sweden.

Item 96: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the civil war in El Salvador.

Item 97: Weekly report from the Swedish UN delegation, UN General Assembly, No 6, 30 October-3 November 1989.

Item 98: Weekly report from the Swedish UN delegation, UN General Assembly, No 9, 20-24 November 1989.

Item 99: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish development assistance to India.

Item 100: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re statement made at the UN General Assembly by Ambassador Hans Corell on the abolition of the death penalty.

Item 101: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish UN statement on the international human rights situation.

Item 102: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish grant to the UNHCR.

Item 104: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish UN statement (by Member of Parliament Ingemar Eliasson) on the issue of refugees.

Item 105: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re statement by Foreign Minster Sten Andersson concerning the National Council of Palestine.

Item 106: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish contribution to the UN agency UNRWA.

Item 107: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re changes of staff within the Swedish foreign office.

Item 108: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs announcing the next meeting of the Swedish Advisory Council on Foreign Affairs. Attached is a press release re the conflict in the Middle East.

Item 109-110: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Sweden’s relations with India.

Item 111: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Foreign Minister Sten Andersson participation at UN extraordinary meeting on apartheid.

Item 112: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Foreign Minister Sten Andersson visiting Brussels.

Item 113: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re meeting between the Nordic Ministers of Foreign Trade, held in Oslo on 8 December.

Item 114: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the civil war in El Salvador.

Item 115: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re statement by Minister of International Cooperation Lena Hjelm-Wallén concerning the year 1990, internationally declared as ‘ability to read’ year.

Item 116: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the visa fee for Polish citizens.

Item 117: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Sweden’s policy vis-à-vis Eastern Europe.

Item 118: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs with a list of press releases issued in November 1989.

Item 119: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Cambodia. Attached is a press release re the political situation in Western Sahara.

Item 120: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re ESK meeting in Vienna.

Item 121: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re the appointment of new under-secretary of State.

Item 122: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish contribution to environmental meeting in Dakar, Senegal.

Item 123: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Minister of Development Cooperation Lena Hjelm-Wallén presenting Sweden’s aid budget of 1989.

Item 124: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the establishment of a Nordic project to study the future role of the UN.

Item 125: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the broadcast of Swedish Radio overseas.

Item 126-127: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs with an outline of press releases issued in December 1988.

Item 128: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re changes of staff within the Swedish foreign office.

Item 129-130: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re Swedish grants to European integration programmes in the fields of research, information etc.

Item 131: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re new Swedish cultural attaché in London.

Item 132: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Foreign Minister Sten Andersson attending an international conference on chemical weapons in Paris.

Item 133: Item 133 not found.

Item 134: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re statement by Foreign Minister Sten Andersson, made after attending the international conference on chemical weapons in Paris.

Item 135: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish government decision to send emergency relief to Nicaragua.

Item 136: Press release by the Liberal Party re Sweden’s policy vis-à-vis Europe.

Item 137: Document not complete.

 

1990 – 150 items

Item 1: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re new Ambassadors (Italy, Ireland and Switzerland) in Stockholm.

Item 2: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish government decision to give contribution to Poland.

Item 3: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Walter Sisulu and other South African political leaders visiting Sweden.

Item 4: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re Swedish participation at the world exhibition in Sevilla.

Item 5: Outline of press releases issued by the press department of the Foreign Ministry during the month of January 1990.

Item 6: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs announcing the next meeting of the Swedish Advisory Council on Foreign Affairs.

Item 7: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the political situation in Romania.

Item 8: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Sweden’s foreign trade.

Item 9: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the need for international disarmament.

Item 10: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re the European Community.

Item 11: Document in English.

Item 12: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Minister of Development Cooperation Lena Hjelm-Wallén at the annual conference of SADCC (held in Zambia).

Item 13: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the Secretary General of the Council of Europe visiting Sweden.

Item 14: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re statement by Foreign minister Sten Andersson concerning the terrorist attack in Egypt.

Item 15: Covering letter from the Ministry for Foreign Affairs to Billy Modise, ANC/Stockholm, thanking Modise for meeting with Sisulu, Mbeki and others in Stockholm. Attachment (speech by Sten Andersson) is missing.

Item 16: Parliamentary motion by the Liberal Party re the need for cooperation between Sweden and the Baltic States.

Item 17: Report on Sweden’s export of war equipment.

Item 18: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re statement by Foreign Minister Sten Andersson concerning Eritrea.

Item 19: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Sweden’s policy in the Middle East.

Item 20: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Sweden’s relations with Romania.

Item 21: Statement by SKM (Church of Sweden Mission) re South Africa (statement dated 5 December 1989).

Item 22: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Pierre Schori attending a seminar in Paris.

Item 23: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re changes of staff within the Swedish foreign office.

Item 24: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re Swedish government decision to lift sanctions against Namibia.

Item 25: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re EFTA and Yugoslavia.

Item 26: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Arne Bigsten, University of Gothenburg, appointed Professor within SAREC.

Item 27: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs announcing that Sweden will establish diplomatic relations with independent Namibia.

Item 28: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re joint research committee between Sweden and the European Community.

Item 29: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Cabinet Minister Bengt Lindqvist talking about narcotics (drugs) at UN General Assembly.

Item 30: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish statement at UN human rights commission.

Item 31: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Foreign Minister Sten Andersson visiting Malta.

Item 32: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re meeting between the Foreign Ministers of the neutral countries in Europe.

Item 33: Press release re committee proposal to extend of 1987 legislation to include services (trade boycott against Namibia and South Africa was already taken in 1987).

Item 34: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs with an outline of press releases issued in February 1990.

Item 35: Item 35 not found.

Item 36: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re new Ambassadors (Argentina, Bolivia and Greece) in Stockholm.

Item 37: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re joint statement at the Nordic Foreign Ministers meeting concerning South Africa and Namibia (meeting held in Åbo 6-7 March 1990).

Item 38: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Nordic statement concerning the Middle East.

Item 39: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re Minister of Foreign Trade Anita Gradin speaking at EFTA meeting in Geneva.

Item 40: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the division of labour at the Foreign Ministry press department.

Item 41: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Nordic statement concerning the Baltic States.

Item 42: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Nordic statement concerning the United Nations.

Item 43: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish delegation travelling to Chile.

Item 44: Covering letter (written by hand) by university student in Lund, who has written an essay on local elections in South Africa. His essay is not attached to the letter (missing).

Item 45: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Nordic statement concerning Ethiopia.

Item 46: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Nordic statement concerning nuclear weapons free zone in the Nordic countries.

Item 47: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Sweden attending a disarmament conference in Geneva.

Item 48: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish assistance to Romania.

Item 49: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Göte Svensson appointed chairman of the Swedish agency BITS.

Item 50: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish development cooperation with Eastern Europe.

Item 51: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Papua New Guinea official visiting Sweden.

Item 52: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Foreign Minister Sten Andersson in Tel Aviv.

Item 53: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re statement by Foreign Minister Sten Andersson concerning Lithuania.

Item 54: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Israel’s President visiting Sweden.

Item 55: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re joint statement at the Nordic Foreign Ministers meeting concerning the political developments in Europe (meeting held in Åbo 6-7 March 1990).

Item 56: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish development assistance to Chile.

Item 57: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re ESK meeting in Bonn.

Item 58: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish military UN advisors sent out to Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Item 59: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish government decision to recognize independent Namibia.

Item 60: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re development cooperation between Sweden and Nicaragua.

Item 61: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re changes of staff within the Swedish foreign office.

Item 62: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re democratic elections in Lithuania.

Item 63: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re under-secretary of State Michael Sohlman visiting Spain.

Item 64: Statement of Swedish Government Policy in the Parliamentary Debate on Foreign Affairs. Debate held Wednesday 14 March 1990.

Item 65: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs announcing the next meeting of the Swedish Advisory Council on Foreign Affairs.

Item 66: Outline of Swedish press attachés based outside Sweden. Contact details are included (nobody in Africa).

Item 67: Statement of Swedish Government Policy in the Parliamentary Debate on Trade Policy. Debate held Thursday 22 March 1990.

Item 69: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) announcing the start of summer time in Sweden (setting the clock an hour forward).

Item 70: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the Nordic countries and the international nuclear weapons treaty NPT.

Item 71: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re speech by under-secretary of State Michael Sohlman at ESK conference in Bonn.

Item 72: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re Sweden’s export of war equipment.

Item 73: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re Minister of Foreign Trade Anita Gradin visiting Poland.

Item 74: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Minister of International Cooperation Lena Hjelm-Wallén visiting Namibia.

Item 75: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Sweden’s cooperation with Eastern Europe.

Item 76: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re statement on EFTA-European Community negotiations.

Item 77: Two articles (document dated 22 March 1990, does not say in which paper or forum they were presented):

1) Re the Minister of Foreign Affairs Eduard Sjevardnadze and the relations between the Soviet Union and Africa (no author)

2) Re the Soviet Union and South Africa, written by Lev Rytov

Item 78: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish state credits to Morocco and China.

Item 79: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Minister of Justice Laila Freivalds in Riga.

Item 80: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish support to research programmes on the root vegetable cassava.

Item 81: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish statement concerning the assassination of Hector Oquelí of El Salvador.

Item 82: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re changes of staff within the Swedish foreign office.

Item 83: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re Poland’s Minister of Foreign Trade visiting Sweden.

Item 84: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Czechoslovakia’s Foreign Minister visiting Sweden.

Item 85: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the political situation in Romania.

Item 86: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish citizen detained in France.

Item 87: Letter from the Communist Party KPMLr, both in Swedish and English.

Item 88: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Ambassador Theorin in Strasbourg concerning negotiations about putting an end to nuclear tests.

Item 89: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Czechoslovakia’s President Václav Havel invited to Sweden.

Item 90: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Foreign Minister Sten Andersson visiting Romania.

Item 91: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish government decision to support UNICEF in Namibia.

Item 92: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs with an outline of press releases issued in December 1989.

Item 93: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Barbro Johansson receiving the medal ‘Illis quorum meruere labores’.

Item 94: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs: statement by Foreign Minister Sten Andersson after the death of Bruno Kalnins (born in Latvia, came to Sweden during the Second World War).

Item 95: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Kjell-Olof Feldt appointed new chairman of the Swedish Institute.

Item 96: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re President Havel’s visit to Sweden.

Item 97: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re official report on the organisation of Swedish development cooperation.

Item 98: New version of first page of item 66 (outline of Swedish press attachés).

Item 99: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re cancellation of visit by Swedish cultural delegation to Lithuania.

Item 100: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re Sweden’s export of war equipment.

Item 101: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Pierre Schori visiting India.

Item 102: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Latin America.

Item 103: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs with an outline of press releases issued in March 1990.

Item 104: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re changes of staff within the Swedish foreign office.

Item 105: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Sweden’s participation at disarmament conference in Geneva.

Item 106: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re statement by Minister of Industry Rune Molin at ESK economic conference in Bonn.

Item 107: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Foreign Minister Sten Andersson visiting Tunisia.

Item 108: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re statement by Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Pierre Schori concerning the elections in Peru.

Item 109: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re statement by Foreign Minister Lena Hjelm-Wallén concerning Lithuania.

Item 110: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re statement by Lisbet Palme at UNICEF board meeting.

Item 111: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs announcing the next meeting of the Swedish Advisory Council on Foreign Affairs.

Item 112: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the appointment of Staffan Wrigstad as Sweden’s Ambassador to Chile.

Item 113: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Pierre Schori visiting Prague.

Item 114: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the human rights situation in Vietnam.

Item 115: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish debt relief programme presented at the United Nations.

Item 116: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Foreign Minister Sten Andersson travelling to Nicaragua and the United States.

Item 117: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs announcing the next meeting of the Swedish Advisory Council on Foreign Affairs.

Item 118: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Ambassador Theorin participating at UN seminar on international arms traffic.

Item 119: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re the GATT agreement.

Item 120: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the Swedish arms deal with India (AB Bofors).

Item 121: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the standby of the Swedish foreign office concerning the issue of children being abducted from Sweden.

Item 122: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Cambodia.

Item 123: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re new Ambassadors (Korea, Austria, Barbados and Jamaica) in Stockholm.

Item 124: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re the European Community, EFTA, Eastern Europe, GATT etc.

Item 125: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re report on the Swedish arms deal with India (AB Bofors).

Item 126: Covering letter from the Swedish Parliament to Billy Modise, ANC/Stockholm, enclosing a speech by Hadar Cars of the Liberal Party (enclosure found under item 127).

Item 127: Speech by Hadar Cars of the Liberal Party, presented during the Swedish Parliamentary Debate on Trade Affairs (debate held on 22 March 1990). Includes paragraph on the developments in Namibia and South Africa.

Item 128: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the Baltic States.

Item 129: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the Swedish arms deal with India (AB Bofors).

Item 130: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Foreign Minister Sten Andersson speaking at UN seminar on Palestine.

Item 131: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs with an outline of press releases issued in April 1990.

Item 132: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re under-secretary of State visiting Latvia.

Item 133: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Foreign Minister Sten Andersson and Cuba.

Item 134: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re measures against nuclear tests.

Item 135: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re meeting between the Foreign Ministers of the Nordic countries and the Frontline States, held in Oslo. The objective of the meeting is to discuss the current situation in Southern Africa, as well as future development cooperation with the Frontline States and to South Africa.

Item 136: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the European Community.

Item 137: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re the Foreign Minister of Belgium visiting Sweden.

Item 138: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re changes of staff within the Swedish foreign office.

Item 139: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Portugal’s President visiting Sweden.

Item 141: Press releases by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs:

Page 1: re Nordic Defence Ministers meeting in Visby, Sweden.

Page 2: re conference on gender issues in Sweden and the European Community

Page 3: re Deputy Prime Minister of Vietnam visiting Sweden

Item 142: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re Minister of Foreign Trade Anita Gradin travelling to Budapest.

Item 143: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (trade department) re Minister of Foreign Trade Anita Gradin speaking at ‘Poland day’.

Item 144: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re UN initiative concerning disabled persons.

Item 145: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Minister of Development Cooperation Lena Hjelm-Wallén travelling to Poland.

Item 146: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re international conference on East-West politics, held in Stockholm.

Item 147: Item 147 not found.

Item 148: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re Swedish government decision to support the efforts for peace in Cambodia.

Item 149: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re changes of staff within the Swedish foreign office.

Item 150: Press release by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs re international disarmament negotiations.

 

 

Additional two folders (received at a later stage, not numbered):

Religious Department, Religious Booklets, pamphlets and papers – 12 items

Item 1-5: Documents in English.

Item 6: Copy of the bulletin Afrika Informasjon, No 3 1980, published by the Norwegian Council for Southern Africa (Fellesrådet for det sørlige Afrika). This number is a special issue about culture in the national liberation struggle (in Norwegian).

Item 7: The Amandla Group programme in Norway, October (no year, in Norwegian).

Item 8: Programme of Cuban Film Festival 24-30 October (no year).

Item 9: Same document as item 8.

Item 10: Bulletin published by the ANC Department of Religious Affairs (in English).

Item 11: Document re the organization ‘500 years of resistance’ (resisting the 500-year anniversary of Europe’s discovery of America).

Item 12: Postcard from Bibi (no surname) to Malin Sellman. The postcard (a tapestry showing Nelson Mandela) is a sample, to be used for an art exhibition.

 

Publications – 7 items

Item 1: The bulletin FMLN Bulletinen, No 8, April 1991 (the bulletin is about El Salvador).

Item 2: The newsletter i-världen, No 4-5, May 1991, published by AIC (Arbetarrörelsens Internationella Centrum/International Centre of the Swedish Labour Movement).

Item 3: The newsletter i-världen, No 8, October 1991, published by AIC (Arbetarrörelsens Internationella Centrum/International Centre of the Swedish Labour Movement).

Item 5: The newsletter i-världen, No 6, June 1991, published by AIC (Arbetarrörelsens Internationella Centrum/International Centre of the Swedish Labour Movement).

Item 6: A number of documents – must be separated.

Item 7: The newsletter Fredskontakt No 7 1991, published by the Swedish Peace Council (Sveriges Fredsråd).