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Apdusa Views January 1987
"I'm not the last white head of state" - F.W. De Klerk

Mr F.W. de Klerk recently told a German political magazine, "Der Spiegel", that he did not believe he would be the last white head of state in South Africa.

Mandela's moment of truth at CODESA

CODESA (Convention for a Democratic South Africa - even the name belies its function) has come to pass; and for the oppressed the only truthful statement made throughout those two days was, unbelievably, that from Nelson Mandela.

Is F.W. de Klerk a man of integrity?
Did you know that:
Sobukwe of Azania: the fears of the whites (from the South African Hansard, June 1968)
African National Congress' betrayal of a nation
A J Lutuli: a great African passes
Africa: notes on current events
Congo: the legal aspect
They cannot forget Lumumba


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