|Recent Developments in Australia's South African Policy|
|South to South: New Zealand-South African Perspectives|
|South Africa and the World: Unloved and Lonely|
|The White Alternative...Give Ground While You Can|
|Will Bobby Bob too?|
|South African Politics: The State of Play|
|Diplomacy and Delusion: The Bothas in Search of Africa|
|Ideology and the South African Predicament|
|The Foreign Policy of Apartheid|
|Sport in S.A.|
|Statement of a joint meeting of the National Executive Council and the RC of the ANC (SA) held in Luanda on 27th December 1978 to 1st January 1979||
Statement of the African National Congress National Executive Committee on a visit to Vietnam to discuss the revolutionary experience of the Vietnam people and to draw on their experience for the South African struggle.
|Joint Press Conference, Department of State, 14 May 1981 with Secretary of State Haig and Minister of Foreign Affairs Botha||
Press Conference in the United States, with US Secretary Haig and Minister of Foreign Affairs Botha, regarding the independence of Nambia.
|Off-the-record statement by Minister R F Botha at a meeting between the Minister and representatives of the South African media in Washington on 16 May 1981||
Press statement by Minister Pik Botha about US/South Africa relations and policy. Nuclear matters were also mentioned.
|Free translation of the text of the Joint Declaration issued by Fidel Castro, President of Cuba, and Jose Eduardo Dos Santos, President of Angola, on the occasion of the latter's visit to Cuba on 19 March 1984||
Statement issued by Fidel Castro, President of Cuba, following the President of Angola's visit to Cuba, regarding the peace efforts in southern Africa.
|Statement by the Honourable R F Botha, Minister of Foreign Affairs: Cape Town, 20 March 1984||
Statement released by Pik Botha, Minister of Foreign Affairs, regarding the progress of the Joint Monitoring Commission and condemning the statement issued by the President of Cuba, Fidel Castro, in which the South African and United States Governments were criticised.
|Statement by the ANC (SA) on the situation in Czechoslavakia||
A press release by the African National Congress on unity with Czechoslavakia in their negotiations with the USSR.
|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.
|A statement on the occasion of the 65th Anniversary of the African National Congress||
Statement by Alfred Nzo, Secretary General of the African National Congress on the ANC's 65th Anniversary. Examines history of the party, the current political crisis in South Africa, and suggests items to focus on in the future.
|ANC statement at Lisbon Conference||
Statement of the African National Congress at a 1977 conference of the African Liberation Movement. Statement covers the South African liberation movement and the nature of the South African struggle.
|International Press Conference by the Honourable P W Botha, Prime Minister of the RSA on the talks between the Five Western Powers and the RSA Government regarding South West Africa||
Press Conference with P W Botha regarding the independence of Namibia. Includes a joint statement by the South African Government and the five Foreign Ministers