|Discussion between Mr R F Botha, Minister of Foreign Affairs, and Dr Belli-Bello: Cape Town, 15 May 1986||
Meeting to discuss the relationship of South Africa with Angola, the importance of developing mutual trust and the importance of peace in the region.
|Samesprekings: Staatspresident met die Kabinet van die Oorgangsregering van Nasionale Eenheid (Orne) van SWA, 21 Mei 1986, Kabinetskamer, Tuynhuys, Kaapstad||
Report from a meeting held between representatives of the South African Government, including the State President, and representatives from South West Africa to discuss the process to achieve a negotiated settlement for the independence of Namibia
|Report of meeting between President of the ANC, Oliver Tambo, and the U.S. Secretary of State, George Schultz, State Department, 28 January 1987||
Report of meeting between President of the ANC, Oliver Tambo, and the U.S. Secretary of State, George Schultz, regarding apartheid and violence in South Africa. Includes notes for meeting with Mr George Schultz.
|Report on Comrade Secretary General's Delegation to Bulgaria||
Report on a visit, headed by Alfred Nzo, by the African National Congress, to Bulgaria, to receive the Dimitrov-International Prize Award on behalf of Nelson Mandela, to meet with the Bulgaria National Women's Committee, to sign the Protocol Agreement with the Central Committee of the Bulgarian C
|SWA Update: 11 May 1989||
Report to the Director General with an update on Cuban troop withdrawal from Namibia, the security situation, internal politics and the position of the Church in Namibia.
|Meeting between the Honourable R F Botha, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of South Africa and Mr Silvino da Luz, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cape Verde: Pretoria, 16 August 1984||
Report from a meeting held between the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cape Verde and the South African Minister of Foreign Affairs to discuss the role of the Cape Verde Government in promoting a peaceful settlement in southern Africa
|Discussions with Silvino Da Luz, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cape Verde: Praia, 25 March 1984||
Report by Mr D W Steward of the Department of Foreign Affairs, regarding discussions with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cape Verde, following on from the joint statement issued in Havanna, Cuba, by Fidel Castro, President of Cuba, and Jose Eduardo Dos Santos, President of Ang
|Closing remarks by Deputy Secretary Eagleburger, Saturday 19 March 1983||
Closing remarks from a meeting between a South African delegation and a United States delegation, led by Deputy Secretary Eagleburger, emphasising the importance of talks between the two countries as the beginning of a process to support the peace process in southern Africa and their relationship
|Meeting between the South African Government and the Western Contact Group in Cape Town on 28 October 1981||
Report from a meeting held between a South African delegation led by R F Botha and representatives from the USA, UK, Canada, West Germany and France to discuss the process for a negotiated settlement in Namibia
|Summary notes of meetings between South Africa and Angola: Paris, 28 and 29 November 1981||
Minutes of meetings between representatives of the South African Government and representatives of the Angolan Government to discuss the implementation of Resolution 435, the return of prisoners and ongoing cross border raids
|Besoek van Mnr Clark aan Suid-Afrika en Suidwes-Afrika: 10-13 Junie 1981||
Report, signed by Minister R F Botha and written mostly in Afrikaans, of the visit of Mr W P Clark of the United States of America, to South Africa and South West Africa.
|A statement of the National Executive Committee to all units of the African National Congress||
Statement by Alfred Nzo, Secretary General of the ANC National Executive Committee to the ANC regarding the changed situation after June 16th, 1976.
|Editorial: Doing Their Damnedest|
|South Africa: On The Motivation For Sanctions|
|South Africa and the World: Home Thoughts from Abroad|
|The External Crisis|
|South Africa: Implications for The West, and Policy Options|
|American Policy Towards South Africa: An Agenda Beyond Constructive Engagement|