AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS
|ANC guidelines must be debated by all|
|ANC guidelines on a Constitution|
|ANC guidelines on future South Africa - call to workers to discuss constitution|
|ANC in historic talks with government|
|ANC in second round of talks|
|ANC Interim Constitutional Framework|
|ANC Interim Constitutional Framework||
Document outlining the African National Congress Interim Constitutional Framework, adopted by the National Executive Committee for the period of re-establishment leading up to the holding of a national conference.
|ANC International Solidarity Conference, Arusha, 1-4 December 1987: Message||
Message delivered by Teodata Hunguana, Minister of Information, People's Republic of Mozambique, at the African National Congress International Solidarity Conference in Arusha, 1-4 December 1987.
|ANC KwaZulu-Natal PEC Bulletin|
|ANC land and rural policy||
Notes on the African National Congress land and rural policy as spelt out in the Freedom Charter and the Road to South African Freedom.
|ANC leaders face up to violence in Natal|
|ANC leaders speak: release rally||
A rally held by the African National Congress in October 1989 where various leaders such as Walter Sisulu, Cyril Ramaphosa and Murphy Morobe addressed the public as well as entertainment by various artists.
|ANC Leadership in 1912||
Founded in 1912 as the South African Native National Congress, it had as its main ... In the late 1920s the ANC's leaders split over the issue of cooperation with ...
|ANC lines up a new constitution for South Africa||
South Africa declares that the elimanation of apartheid and the creation of a truly just and democratic South Africa requires a constitution based on various principles eg. state, franchise, national identity etc.
|ANC lines up a new constitution for South Africa|
|ANC manifesto 2004|
|ANC National Conference Durban - 2 July 1991|
|ANC National Conference, July 1991, Durban: Adopted resolution MK||
Resolution regarding the Umkhonto we Sizwe at the African National Congress Conference in Durban, July 2-6, 1991. Resolves that it will remain in active struggle until the adoption of a democratic constitution.
|ANC National Conference, July 1991: Notes for commission on violence||
Notes for Commission on Violence for the African National Congress National Conference in Durban, July 1991. Examines the State strategy, unity and diversity in the ruling class, conditions for violence and its forms, strengths and weaknesses of the state.
|ANC national General Council, 11-15/07/2000|