|Umsebenzi Vol 6 No 2||
De Klerk, Communist Party, apartheid, human rights, Apartheid, political rights, segregation, population registration, segregated beaches, democratic government, policy, economy, housing, water, electricity, transport, health care, ANC, ANC Youth League
|Two members of the Naidoo family at a reception in London given by the Indian High Commissioner||
Two members of the Naidoo family at a reception in London given by the Indian High Commissioner PC Alexander_L to R Ramani Dinat ES Reddy (author) PC Alexander Shanti Naidoo and Mrs A
|Tri Cameral Parliamentary elections 1994 cuttings|
|Treatment of Indians in South Africa||
SAIC - Press Statement
Trade Licences issued through the Inland Revenue Department
|Toward understanding of the Black workers Struggle Against Apartheid|
|TimeLine South Africa|
|The United Democratic Front and the Changing Politics of Opposition in Natal, 1983-85|
|The Theory of Apartheid: Nationalist Racial Policy in the Union of South Africa|
|The Talks that descend into hell|
|The socio-political and economic crisis in the apartheid system||
ANC paper on the socio-political and economic crisis in the apartheid system, prepared for the regional and national preparatory committees. Covers the enemy's strategy for survival, the total strategy and its application, and how to out-manoeuvre the enemy.
|The S.A. Indian Congress||
Newspaper article - SAIC
|The role of Parliament and Parliamentary Opposition||
ANC paper that outlines the organisation's view of the apartheid era Tricameral Parliament.
|The role of media under Apartheid|
|The riot police and suppression of truth||
This is a memorandum prepared for members of parliament about the riot police and suppression of truth.
|The Reconstruction and Development Programme: A View from Business||
|The real fight is for our rights|
|The Progressive Federal Party (PFP) APR 1981 TO 1984||
The Progressive Party (Afrikaans: Progressiewe Party) was a liberal party in South Africa which, during apartheid, was considered the left wing of the all-white parliament.
|The Politics of Religious Education in South Africa|
|The place of Education in the struggle for freedom|