AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS
The official policy of the African National Congress was one of non-violence.
|Death in Boipatong|
|Declaration of the African National Congress (SA) Executive Committee, Morogoro, 17 - 20 March 1975||
Declaration of the ANC National Executive Committee in Morogoro, 17-20 March 1975. Calls for the mobilisation of all forces in Africa and world-wide against apartheid.
|Delegates from Natal at the Congress of the People held in Klipstown||
The three thousand delegates who gathered at Kliptown on 25 and 26 June 1955 were workers, peasants, intellectuals, women, youth and ...
|Democracy for beginners: a guide to consultative conferences|
|Demonstration Against Malan||
Students are reknowned as pickets the world over.....
|Directive on the nature of the forthcoming conference||
Directive from Oliver Tambo, Acting President of the African National Congress, on the forthcoming Morogoro Conference. Provides brief overview of the previous two conferences held since the banning of the ANC in 1960.
|Disgusting behaviour of ANC-CP over Soweto|
|Documents of the African National Congress, Natal Indian Congress, Transvaal Indian Congress and the Non-European movement and the Indian|
|Documents of the ANC Conference "Peoples of the World United Against Apartheid for a Democratic South Africa": Arusha, Tanzania, 1-4 December 1987|
|Documents of the exile|
|Dr Nelson Mandela|
|Draft letter from the African National Congress to Pope John Paul II||
Draft, annotated letter from the African National Congress to Pope John Paul II informing him of the 70th anniversary of the formation of the organisation.
|Draft proposals for a new strategy of the ANC of South Africa April 1971||
Draft proposals for a new strategy for the African National Congress in South Africa.
|Draft regional political programme||
Draft regional political programme for Lusaka.
|Draft Resolution on ANC Economic Policy for National Conference||
Draft Resolution on ANC Economic Policy, finalised at a National Workshop held by the Department of Economic Policy, 11-12 May 1991, for discussion within the ANC.
|Draft resolution on strategy and tactics||
African National Congress draft resolution on strategy and tactics, agreed at the ANC National Conference in Durban, 2-6 July, 1991.
|Draft resolution: Commission on Development, ANC National Conference, Durban, July, 1991||
Draft resolution of the Commission on Development at the African National Congress National Conference in Durban, 2-6 July, 1991. Defines development, examines a developmental approach and engaging with progressive development actors.
|Draft theses on current situation||
Paper by Tito Mboweni on a new political situation which is emerging in South Africa after F W de Klerk's 2nd February speech. Says the situation calls for decisive steps to be taken by the African National Congress.