|Letter from Alexander M Haig Jr to the Honourable R F Botha, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Information, South Africa||
Letter from US Secretary of State, Alexander Haig, to Pik Botha, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Information, regarding a schedule for the withdrawal of Cuban troops coordinated with transnational security arrangements in Namibia.
|Letter from R F Botha, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Information, to the Honourable Alexander M Haig Jr, Secretary of State, United States of America||
Letter from Pik Botha, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Information, to US Secretary of State, Alexander M Haig, regarding relations between South Africa and Zimbabwe.
|Letter from R F Botha to The Honourable Alexander H Haig Jr, Secretary of State, United States of America||
Letter from Pik Botha, Minister of Foreign Affairs, to Alexander M Haig, US Secretary of State, regarding Cuban withdrawal of troops from Angola.
|Letter from R F Botha, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Information, to Alexander M Haig||
Letter from Pik Botha, Minster of Foreign Affairs, to US Secretary of State, Alexander Haig regarding the meeting of Contact Group Foreign Ministers held in Luxembourg on 17 May 1982 in relation to Southern African policy. Includes prior correspondence.
|Letter from the South African Embassy, Paris, to the Secretary for Foreign Affairs, Cape Town||
Letter, written in Afrikaans, from the South African Embassy in France to the Department of Foreign Affairs, South Africa, regarding President Samora Machel's request for increased Cuban troops in Mozambique.
|Affected Organizations Act, Act No 31 of 1974||
The Act was to provide for the prohibition of the reciept of money from abroad for certain organizations; and to provide for matters connected therewith
|UDF and the international struggle|
|The real nature of the Soviet-Cuban occupation of Angola|
|What the Geneva talks on Zimbabwe is all about|
|Historic formation of Marxist-Leninist Party of Angola - split from MPLA|
|Stand up to Soviet Social-Imperialism|
|When Ho Chi Minh received the SACP delegation|
|Super powers collude to jointly exploit Angola|
|TGWU joins international federation|
|Solidarity: the workers struggle in Poland|
|Irish workers refuse to handle SA`s products|
|New links with international labour||
John Copelyn, the acting general secretary of the National Union of Textile Workers, has been appointed to the Executive Committee of the International Textile Garment and Leather Worker's Federation.
|German unionist visits Transvaal Alloys||
A worker representative on the board of directors of Nord-Deutsche Affinerie, a German-based multinational, recently came out to South Africa to investigate the anti-union activities of the company's local subsidiary, Transvaal Alloys.
After reaching a deadlock and having to go to arbitration the FOSATU affiliate Western Province Motor Assembly Workers Union and Leyland reached a new agreement covering the Cape plants.