UNIVERSITY OF FORT HARE

UNIVERSITY LIBRARY

ANC ARCHIVES

 

 

OFFICE OF WALTER SISULU

PAPERS, 1952-1997

(bulk dates, 1990-1996)

61 boxes (6.7 linear metres)

 

 

 

ACQUISITION: ANC Archive Committee

ACCESS: The collection is open

PHOTOGRAPHS: Located in box 38

VISUAL MATERIAL:

AUDIO MATERIAL: Located in box 39

PRINTED MATERIAL:

COPYRIGHT: ANC Archive Committee

PROCESSED BY: Reprocessing, description and arrangement done by Mosoabuli Maamoe. January 2004/May 2005.Additions done by Mokhabela Matshediso and Gugwini Nokubonga. June 2005.

 

History

Walter Sisulu was born at Engcobo in the Transkei on 18 May 1912. He received his early education at various missionary schools. During 1928-29 he worked as a labourer in a dairy and then in the mines, where he became face to face with appalling working and living conditions of the black workers. In 1930 left Transkei for Johannesburg. Upon arrival he became involved in civic associations and in 1940 joined the African National Congress. Mr. Sisulu was first active in the ANC Youth League, working with Anton lembede, Oliver Tambo, Govan Mbeki, Nelson Mandela and others. It was during Sisulu’s era that the Youth League met to discuss the strategy and tactics of the ANC aimed at bringing about radical change in South Africa. In 1949 he was elected to the National Executive Committee of the ANC and its General Secretary. Together with other ANC leaders, Sisulu took part in the Defiance Campaign against unjust laws in 1952. In 1956 Walter Sisulu, together with 155 other national leaders was arrested and charged with High Treason for his part in the organising of the Congress of the People. All the accused, including Walter Sisulu, were found not guilty and released in 1961. In 1960, a State of Emergency was declared and the ANC and other anti-apartheid organisations were declared illegal. Thus, Walter Sisulu and others went underground to continue the struggle. He became a founder member of Umkhonto we Sizwe (Spear of the Nation), the military wing of the ANC, and was its first commissar. In 1963, the underground leadership of the ANC, including Walter Sisulu, was arrested at their Headquarters in Revonia, charged with sedition and sabotage and sentenced in 1964 to life imprisonment on Robben Island. Walter Sisulu and other Revonia prisoners were transferred to Pollsmoor Prison in 1982. He was finally and unconditionally released in 1989.

 

In 1991, Walter Sisulu was elected to the Deputy Presidency of the ANC, an act, which served as a fitting tribute to him for more than fifty years; he spent participating in the struggle against the apartheid system. It was an indication that the ANC, and indeed that the oppressed majority needed a continual support from the veteran to the finalisation of the struggle. Thus, this aim had borne fruit, when this veteran stood fit and tall to experience this objective with the first ever Democratic Elections, which occurred in 1994. It is befitting also that Walter Sisulu like others had retired from active politics to pave way for new generation to take the way forward from the old generation.

 

Unfortunately, but naturally, Walter Sisulu passed away on 5 May 2003. He was 90 years old. Walter Sisulu was one the generation of South Africans who selflessly of themselves for the emancipation of the oppressed and, ultimately freedom of all the people of South Africa. He bequeaths much to an SA sorely in the need of moral rectitude and self-restraint that characterised his life of struggle. Together with Nelson Mandela, he led resistance to minority rule for almost five decades, in addition to helping form the ANC Youth League and was one of the generations of young militants who steered the ANC from the “futile” politics of petitions and protest to an armed struggle, and later to negotiations that heralded a new dawn of democracy in South Africa.

 

 

Scope and Content Note

 

The Office of Walter Sisulu collection consists of four series: CorrespondenceSubject FilesPhotographs, andTranscripts.

 

The Correspondence series spans the years 1990-1997. It contains information about Walter Sisulu’s interaction with peoples around the world. Among others, are the honorary degrees conferred to him, election to the Deputy President of the ANC, visits to abroad; solidarity activities with the oppressed people of South Africa.

 

The Subject Files series spans the years 1954-1997. This is the tallest series, which reflect almost all the operations and the functions of the ANC. It contains topical files about many issues around: Walter Sisulu dealings with prominent American persons on African affairs; education and scholarships; ANC control regions; Bantustans; and the structures of the ANC. The series also contains informational value of the solidarity formations that were vital to the struggle against apartheid.

 

The Photographs series reflects meeting of Water Sisulu friends, activists of United Democratic Front and COSATU.

 

The Transcripts series covers the Life and Times of Walter Sisulu. Unfortunately, the names of interviewers are not given, except that of the transcriber, Pat Fahrenfort.

 

 

ADDITIONS – SCOPE AND CONTENT

These are the papers of Walter Sisulu, that were later and they add to the existing Walter Sisulu papers. These records are arranged alphabetically by folder titles and they are made up of five series; CorrespondenceReportsDiscussion papersMinutesStatements and Publications.

 

Series I – Correspondence, This series consists of 8 boxes, from box 1 to 8 and 60 folders. The correspondence is mainly about the issues of the office received or addressed to various ANC departments. There is also correspondence wishing Walter happy birthday, getting well wishes, season’s greetings etc. This material dates from 1989 – 1997.

 

Series II – Reports, The series is made of 5 boxes, from box 9 to 13 and 45 folders. The reports consist of ANC and non- ANC reports. The date coverage is from 1991 – 1997.

 

Series III – Discussion papers, these documents consist of 4 boxes, from box 14 to17 and 26 folders. These are mainly discussion papers of the National Working Committee and some other ANC discussion papers. The documents date from 1991 – 1996.

 

Series IV – Minutes and Statements, This series is made of both minutes and statements of the ANC. Under the Minutes, there are minutes of ANC structures; National Working Committee, Secretary General and other general minutes.

The date coverage is 1991 – 1993 and 1996. And the material can be located in box 18 and it has 15 folders, from folder 1 – 15.

Statements – These are statements of Walter made while he was still in the office as the Deputy President, as a Trustee to Sardet and as a Chancellor to the University of Venda. Statements are located in folder 16 – 23 of box 19 and their date’s range from 1991 – 1998.

 

Series V – Publications, This series is made of Newspaper clippings, Manuscripts, Photographs, Magazines, Newsletters and Books.

 

Newspaper clippings – these are newspaper clippings that were generated by the ANC i.e. Points from the press, Press briefings and press clippings. Also from the Zambian Newspapers and press clippings of Albertina Sisulu during the time she was detained. The Newspaper clippings are housed in box 20 with 5 folders. The dates range from 1991 – 1997.

 

Box 1

Correspondence

1. Kenya African Union, 1952

2. Pan African Congress, 1953

3. ANC/Homeland leaders meeting, 1991

4. Business enterprises, 1992

5. Elections Commission, 1992

6. Foreign Relations, 1992-1994

7. Fund-raising, 1992

8. Hodgson, Rica, 1991-1996

 

Box 2

9. International solidarity, 1990-1992 (2 Folders)

10. International solidarity, 1991-1992

11. Inyanza National Movement, 1990

12. Joint Education Programme, 1992

13. Mandela, Nelson, 1992

 

Box 3

14. Role of the Task Force, 1992

15. Scout Movement, 1992

16. Sisulu, Walter, 1990-1992

17. South African Police, 1992

18. SAWYER Miller Group, 1992

19. Travels (Sisulu), 1990-1993

20. Faxes: ANC meets Homeland leaders, 1991

21. Faxes: Dept of Justice, 1991

22. Faxes: Ministry of Constitutional Development; Dr Viljoen, 1991

 

Box 4

Subject files

1. Africa Leadership Forum, 1989-1990

2. ANC /Hollard Company Agreement, n.d

3. ANC Constitution, 1991/1996

4. ANC Evaluation Task Force, 1992-1993

5. ANC H.O.D Meeting, 1992-1993

6. ANC Inter-Regional Cons. Conference, 1991

7. ANC Inter-Regional Summit, 1993

8. ANC Membership: Political Prisoners, 1992-1994 (2 folders)

 

Box 5

9. ANC Membership: Political Prisoners, 1994-1996

10. ANC Membership: Repatriation, 1994-1996

11. ANC Membership (other matters), 1992-1998 (3 folders)

 

Box 6

12. ANC Missions, 1990-1995

13. ANC/NIC/TIC Discussions, 1991

14. ANC National Conference (Durban), 1991

15. ANC Open letter to De Klerk, 1991

16. ANC Policy on Amnesty, 1992

17. ANC Policy on South Africa, 1992

18. ANC Press statements, 1992

19. ANC Youth League, 1994-1996

20. ANC Women’s League, 1992-1996

 

Box 7

21. ANC Regional structures, 1990

22. ANC Regional Branches: Eastern Cape, 1992-1993/1995 (2folders)

23. ANC Regional Branches: Eastern, Northern & Western Transvaal, 1992-1993

24. ANC Regional Branches: Free State, 1993-1996

25. ANC Regional Branches: Kwazulu-Natal, 1990-1996(3folders)

 

Box 8

26. ANC Regional Branches: Kwazulu-Natal, 1993-1996

27. ANC Regional Branches: Northern Cape, 1992-1996

28. ANC Regional Branches: PWV, 1993-1996

29. ANC Regional Branches: Western Cape, 1993-1996

30. ANC Statements, 1994-1996

 

Box 9

31. Amnesty International on sanctions, 1992

32. Awards, 1991-1993

33. Bantustans, 1989-1994 (2folders)

34. Barometer on negotiations, 1991

35. Basotho National Party, 1993

36. British Defence Aid Fund, 1994-1995

37. Business: Alliance Capital, 1992-1993

 

Box 10

38. Business transactions, 1992-1996 (3 folders)

39. Bush on Iraq, n.d

40. Census South Africa, 1991

 

Box 11

41. Commonwealth & South Africa, 1991/1994

42. Civil Service Unit, 1993-1994

43. Churches, 1990-1996

44. CONTRALESA, 1992-1994

45. COSATU, 1994

46. Conservative Party & Volksferont, 1993

47. Constitution of South Africa, 1993

48. Convention for a Democratic South Africa, 1991-1992

 

Box 12

49. Deaths, 1991-1996

50. De Klerk Speech, 1991

51. Dept of Arts & Culture, 1987-1996 (3folders)

52. Dept Information & Publicity: Revonia-SOWETO documentaries, 1990-1992

 

Box 13

53. Dept of International Affairs, 1991-1995

54. Dept of Political Education, 1990-1992

55. Deputy President, 1990-1991

56. Development of African Nationalism, 1954

 

Box 14-16

57. Diaries, 1990-1991

58. Diaries, 1992-1994

59. Diaries, 1995-1996

 

Box 17

60. Disabled People South Africa, 1994-1996

61. Drought Relief, 1992

62. Economics, 1990-1993

63. Education, 1990-1992

 

Box 18

64. Education, 1993

65. Education, 1994

 

Box 19

66.Education, 1995-1997

67. Elections, 1992-1995

68. Embassies, 1992-1996

 

Box 20-21

69. Foreign relations, 1992-1996 (4folders)

70. Frontline States, 1992-1996

71. Harare Declaration, 1989

72. Health, 1992-1995

73. Human Resources Develop, 1992-1993

74. Human Rights, 1991-1995

75. Inkatha Freedom Party: Statement to the Negotiating Council, 1993

76. Institute for a Democratic Alternative for SA, 1992

 

Box 22

77. Institute of African Alternatives, 1991-1992

78. Inter Action Council: Future Role of Multilateralims, 1992

79. Interim Government & Constituent Assembly, 1991-1994

80. International Solidarity, 1982/1991/ 1993

 

Box 23-24

81. Invitations, 1994-1996 (2folders)

82. Isitwalandwe Receipients, 1992

83. Kagiso Trust, 1992

84. King Moshoeshoe II, 1991-1992

85. Land Commission, 1991-1992

86. Legal & Constitutional Affairs, 1991-1995

87. Local government, 1991-1995

88. Luthuli Memorial Trust, 1991-1996

 

Box 25

89. Media/Press, 1992-1996 (2 folders)

90. Meeting: ANC & PAC, 1991/1994

91. Meeting: ANC, PAC, AZAPO & NCCR, 1991

92. Meeting: National Preparatory Committee-ANC Conference, 1991

93. Meeting: Self-governing states, 1991

94. Memoranda, 1992-1994

95. Minutes, 1991-1992

96. Music: Essays collection

 

Box 26

97. Namibia’s negotiations process, 1992

98. National African Federated Transport Organisation-NAFTO, 1991

99. National Education Coordinating Committee-NECC, 1989-1990

100. National Environment Awareness Campaign, 1990

101. National Union of Mineworkers-NUM, 1991

102. National Youth Develop. Conference, 1993

103. NAT Strategising Workshop, 1993

 

Box 27

104. Negotiations, 1991-1993 (2 folders)

105. Non-Racial Referendum: Pros & Cons

106. Org. Of African Unity-OAU, 1990-1992

107. Organising Dept., 1990-1995

 

Box 28

108. Patriotic Front Conference, 1991

109. Peace process, 1991-1992

110. Press Briefings, 1991

All-Party talks

National Party officials

Adriaan Vlok: Interview

Gerrit Viljoen: Interview

Pik Botha: Interview

J.H.L Scheepers on squatters

111. Press cuttings, 1952/1954

112. Press cuttings, 1990-1993

113. Press outline of events, 1991

114. Press Release: ANC/IFP meeting, 1993

 

Box 29

115. Prison matters, 1991-1992

116. Projects, 1991-1993

117. Public Relations Dept., 1992

118. Reconstruction & Development Programme, 1994

119. Regional government beyond Apartheid, 1991

120. Report: Aboriginal affairs-Canada, 1991

121. Report: ANC/PAC/SADCC, 1991

122. Report: ANC & Private sector, 1991

123. Report: Independent Electoral Commission

124. Report on Deputy President, 1992-1994

125. Report on Presidency, 1991-1994

126. Report on Radio Freedom Institute, 1992

127. Report on 6th Conf. of political leaders, 1991

 

Box 30

128. Research Dept., 1991-994

129. Returning exiles, 1991-1994

130. Robben Island, 1994-1996

131. Sanctions, 1991-1992

132. Sisulu 80th Birthday, 1992

 

Box 31

133. Social Welfare, 1991-1996

134. SOMAFCO and Dakawa, 1990-1991

135. South African Communist Party, 1991-1996

136. South African Council for the Aged, 1992

137. South African Defence Force, 1992-1993

138. South African Government, 1994-1996

 

Box 32

139. South African Police, 1992-1994

140. South African Research & Development Trust-SARDET, 1993-1995

141. South African Tour: Tshotsholoza Choir, 1997

142. Southern Africa Region documents

143. SOWETO Education Coordination Committee, 1991

 

Box 33-34

144. Speeches, 1992-1996 (6folders)

145. Spotlight on Africa-Newsletter, 1953-1954

146. Staff matters, 1991-1992

147. Streetwise Children, 1994-1996

148. Summit of the Frontline States, 1992

149. Trade Unions, 1992-1996

150. Transport, 1991-1995

 

Box 35-36

151. Travels, 1991-1997 (4folders)

152. Tri-Partite Alliance, 1991-1994

153. Umkhonto We Sizwe (MK) National Conference, 1991

154. United Democratic Front (UDF) National Conf., 1991

155. United Nations Centre Against Apartheid, 1991-1992

156. United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), 1992

157. Universities occasions/ events, 1992-1996 (2folders)

 

Box 37

158. Universities occasions/events, 1992-1996

159. Urban Foundation, 1992-1993

160. Veteran’s Association, 1992

161. Violence, 1991-1993 (2folders)

 

Box 38

Photographs

1. COSATU Rally

2. Sisulu & friends

3. United Democratic Front

 

Box 39

Transcripts 1995

Interview with Walter Sisulu (life and times of Walter Sisulu)

Interviewer: unknown

Transcriber: Pat Fahrenfort

Below is a list of folders that were left out because they were only found after the processing and re-boxing were done and they will be included soon. They are:-

 

  1. Constitutional Talk (newspaper), 1995
  2. Conviction of Walter Sisulu, 1953 / 1964
  3. Curriculum Vitae – Sisulu
  4. Memorial Lecture, June 15
  5. National Peace Council minutes
  6. Press cuttings on the funeral procession of Walter Sisulu
  7. Security measures
  8. ANC Departments
  9. Repatriation of exiles
  10. World campaign against military collaboration with S.A
  11. Weekly Newsbriefing: KwaZulu Natal violence, 1992
  12. Women’s magazine – Speak, 1990 – 1991
  13. South African Prisoners Organisation for Human Rights, 1993

 

 

ADDITIONS

Box 1

Series I – Correspondence

1. Amnesty, 1990 – 1992

2. ANC department of Finance, 1991 – 1993

3. ANC department of Information and Publicity, 1992 – 1993

4. ANC department of International Affairs (DIA), 1991 – 1992

5. ANC department, Secretary General, 1991, 1993 – 1994

6. ANC department, Treasurer General, 1991 – 1994

7. ANC departments Security, 1991 – 1992

8. ANC Internal Structures Pay, 1990 – 1991

9. ANC Internal Structures, Pension fund/ Provident Fund, 1991 – 1992

10. ANC Lenasia Branch (PWV Region), includes reports, 1994 – 1995

11. ANC staff matters, 1992 – 1994

12. Autobiographical notes of Walter Sisulu while in prison, sent by Mac Maharaj, 1997

 

Box 2

13. Biographies, 1997

14. Birthday wishes cards, n.d.

15. Building and maintenance, 1991 – 1992

16. Cape Town’ s Bid to host the Olympic Game 2004, 1993 – 1996

17. City of Stroke – on – Trent, 1996

18. CODESA, memorandum from Nelson Mandela to F.W. de Klerk, 1992 June 23

19. Comrades who passed on, 1997

20. Conferment of the freedom of the City of Johannesburg to Walter Sisulu, 1997

21. Congratulations upon release from prison, 1989 – 1990

22. Conversion of the former, ANC Headquarters in Lusaka into a Museum, 1992 – 1993

 

Box 3

23. Correspondence on various topics, n.d., 1991 – 1993

24. Correspondence on various topics, 1994 – 1997

25. Deputy President, Walter Sisulu, 1993 – 1994

26. Funerals, 1992, 1994, 1997

27. Gazelle Programme, South Africa, 1996 October

28. Ghandi celebrations, n.d., 1996

 

Box 4

29. Good wishes and getting well wishes cards sent to Walter Sisulu during his illness, 1996

30. Invitations, 1991, 1994, 1996 – 1997

31. Leanne, Shelly, 1997

32. List of returning exiles, 1991

33. National Nominations Committee, nominations of the new Secretary General, 1996

34. National Working Committee, 1993

35. News Agency of the Russia Parliamentary Group (Supreme Soviet of the Russian Federation) and of the Coordinating Council of the Russian All People’s Union, 1992`

36. Office of president, 1997

37. Personal writings of Walter Sisulu, n.d.

38. Political Secretariat, 1993]

39. R. F. Institute of Broadcast Journalism, Radio for Education, 1993, 1995 – 1996

40. Regional treasury, 1992

 

Box 5

41. Requests, 1990 – 1991, 1996 – 1997

42. SADELEC, 1994 – 1997

43. SASCO, message of support and briefing on the National Congress

44. Scholarships, 1991, 1997

45. Season’s greetings cards addressed to Mr. and Mrs., n.d.

46. Sisulu Trust, 1990

 

Box 6

47. Sisulu, Walter, 1989 – 1997

48. South African Civic Organization (SANCO), 1997

49. Southern California Chapter, 1990

50. Stationery Requisition, 1991

51. Tambo Adelaide, 1992

 

Box 7

52. Trusts, 1991 – 1993

53. Trusts, 1994 – 1996

54. Trusts, n.d.

 

Box 8

55. UNESCO, 1991

56. University of Venda, 1991 – 1992

57. University of Venda, including discussion papers, 1992, 1996

58. University of Zululand, Jacob Zuma, 1991

59. Walter Sisulu 85th Birthday celebrations, 1997

60. Wishing cards, season’s greetings addressed to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sisulu

 

Box 9

Series II – Reports

1. Affidavit of Kenneth Zulu, 1993

2. Alliance Summit, Gallagher Estate Midrand, 1997 August 31 – September 1

3. ANC DIP Library: Update 2/1995

4. ANCWL, 1992

5. ANC Youth League, 1993 – 1994, 1996

6. ANC Structures, Meetings, 1991 – 1992

7. ANC, Commissions Reports on the 49th National Conference, Bloemfontein 1994 December 17 – 21

8. Annual Report of the Commissioner of South African Police, 1991

9. Briefing on the progress made on RDP implementation, 1996 October 31

10. CODESA Documents, 1992

11. Dakawa Art and Craft Community Centre, 1996

12. Department of Finance, SPU reports, 1996

13. Economic matters, 1991 – 1993

 

Box 10

14. Elections, 1992 – 1993, 1995

15. Fundraising, 1993

16. Housing, 1994

17. Land Claims Court Working Group Preliminary report to the ANC Land Commission, 1992 July

18. Membership system workshop, 1991 – 1992

19. National Economic Forum, 1993

20. National Working Committee, 1992 – 1993

21. North West Province, State of Government – draft report

22. Northern Cape Region; REC Meeting, 1992

 

Box 11

23. Office of interest of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, 1995

24. Patriotic Front Conference, Durban, 1991 October 25 – 27

25. Presidency staff, 1992 – 1994

26. Project Proposal for the financing and construction of starter houses at Richmond farm, Durban, 1991 July

27. Proposal for the ANCYL 52nd Anniversary Celebration, 1996

28. Police Board 2nd Meeting

 

Box 12

29. Police Board 3rd Meeting, 1992

30. Police Board 4th Meeting, 1992

31. Reports, n.d., 1991 – 1994

 

Box 13

32. Reports and Opinions in the Foreign Media, August 1991

33. Report and Recommendations of the JHB deployed MP’s/ Senators, compiled by Dan Montsitsi, 1996 April 25

34. Reed Elsevier in South Africa, August 1993

35. Report of Workshop ‘’ Youth Commissions And A Youth Development Programme’’ Cape Town 13 August 1994

36. Structure of the South African Police

37. South Africa: Prospects for Peace and Democracy; The 1992 Political Report of the AAM, October 1992

38. Soweto Sports and Cultural Foundation, 1993 – 1995

39. Treasurer General – Financial reports

40. Truth and Reconciliation Commission

41. The Khululekani Exercise: Researching the Information Needs of Parliament, June 1996

42. The 48th National Conference of the ANC Meeting in Durban, 1991 July 2 – 6

43. The Think Tank, n.d.

44. Vaal Peace Summit, 1992 Nov 21- 22

45. Working Draft of the new constitution, 1995 November 22

 

Box 14

Series III – Discussion Papers

1. A Strategic perspective on the transformation of education, 1994

2. ANC Discussion Papers, 1991 – 1992, 1994

3. ANC Draft Discussion Document: Regional Policy, 1992

4. Attitudes toward the South African Political Economy

5. Briefing document South African Police Board, 2 June 1992

6. Centre for Policy Studies

7. Disabled People South Africa

8. Draft Mineral and Energy Policy, 1994

9. Implementation Plan for Education and Training, May 1994

 

Box 15

10. Land and Property Rights Conference, 27 – 28 Feb. 1992

11. National Youth Policy for South Africa, 12 April 1994

12. National Executive Committee, Part I, II and III 1992

13. National Executive Committee, Vol 1 – 5, 27 – 28 August 1994

 

Box 16

14. National Executive Committee, 1991

15. National Executive Committee Meetings, 23 – 25 November 1992 Durban

16. National Working Committee, March – April 1992

17. National Working Committee, June – November 1992

 

Box 17

18. National Working Committee, 1993 – 1994

19. Notes on two and half years of Democratic Government, 1996

20. Re – Organization of ANC Post – Elections, 1994 May 31

21. South African Police Training Material

22. South Africa: State of the Nation; A paper delivered by Patrick Musi 1994

23. Transition to Democracy Act

24. The National Democratic Revolution: is it on track, DPE Winter School, 1996 July 5 – 7

25. Thebe Investment Strategy Planning Workshop, 1993 Feb 11

26. Youth League

 

Box 18

Series IV – Minutes of Meetings / Statements

1. ANC, 1992 – 1993, 1996

2. ANC Departments – Secretary General, 1991 – 1992

3. ANC Structures, National Fundraising Committee, 1993

4. Coalition Against State Corruption and Murder Summit Meeting held at Wits University, 1992 July13

5. Local Government Negotiating Forum, 1993

6. Meeting between ANC/ Finland held in Johannesburg, 1991 October 17

7. Meeting between the State President Mr F.W. de Klerk and the college Magoshi of Lebowa held in Pretoria, 1993 January 19

8. Minutes of Meetings, 1994

9. National Executive Meeting Document 1(b), 8 – 11 June 1993

10. National Working Committee Minutes, 1991 – 1994

11. Officials Meeting, 1993

12. RDP Protea Glen Forum, 1995 January 29

13. The Vaal Reefs Disaster Trust Fund: Meeting of the Trustees to be held on Thursday 13 June 1996, Johannesburg

14. The Soweto Civic Association, 1992

15. Thebe Investment Corporations; Annual General Meeting

 

Box 19

Statements

16. Address by Mr Walter Sisulu at the Inauguration of SARDET, 1994 October 13

17. Address of the Chancellor of the University of Venda Cd. Walter Sisulu, to the Harare International Show

18. ANC address by President Nelson Mandela, 1992, 1996

19. ANC General statements, 1991 – 1992, 1995 – 1996

20. Elements for an address by Dr. Jacques Moreillon, Secretary General of the World Organization of the Scout Movement on the occasion of his visit to South Africa, 1992

21. Media releases and press – statements, 1991 – 1992, 1994, 1996

22. Sisulu, Walter speeches, n.d., 1992, 1994 – 1996, 1998

23. Speech by the Chancellor, Dr Walter Sisulu at the Eleventh Graduation Dinner, 6 May 1995

 

Box 20

Series V – Publications

News Paper Clippings

1. Points from the press, 1991

2. Press briefing, 1991 – 1992

3. Press clippings, 1991, 1996

4. Sisulu, Albertina, n.d.

5. Zambian news papers, 1992 – 1993, 1995, 1997

 

Box 21

Manuscripts

6. Chapter two to chapter six of an unknown book, Soweto?

7. In our Lifetime by Elinor Sisulu, from 1960 – 1964

Photographs

8. Opening of the treason trial art exhibition at the Vaal Triangle Technikon, 1997 April 22, including newspaper clippings and list of trialists

9. Sisulu, Walter, n.d., includes photocopied photographs

Magazines/ Newsletters

10. Speak, Submit or fight, n.d., 1991

11. Newsletters, 1991 – 1992

 

Box 22

Books

1. African American Church, past, present and future by Harold A. Carter, Wyatt Tee Walker, William A. Jones Jr.

2. Care of souls in the black church, a liberation perspective, Carroll M. Felton Jr.

3. Keidanren papers of Tokyo by Wyatt Tee Walker X4

4. My Jerusalem, Twelve walks in the world’s holiest city, by Teddy Kollek and Shulamith Eisner

5. Occasional papers of a revolutionary, Wyatt Tee Walker

6. Portugal de Jose Mattoso

7. Somebody’s calling my name, Black sacred music and social change by Wyatt Tee Walker

8. Spirits that dwell in deep woods II, The prayer and praise hymns of the Black Religious Experience by Wyatt Tee Walker

9. Wishes for Sisulu 80th Birthday