|National Party Election Phamplet|
|Tri Cameral Parliament cuttings|
|Programme of Principles of the "The United South African National Party"||
|Politics South Africa - 1994 to 1998|
|Geography & Social Justice||
In the middle of the 1980s South Africa's governing National Party still adhered to the policy of apartheid, or racial separation. But by the beginning
|The Causes of Transition in South Africa||
South Africa and transition from authoritarian rule
|Mr Swigelaar at a fuction in Verulam||
50th Anniversary function in Verulam
|Mr. & Mrs. P. W. Botha at a function||
February 19 was a gala day for the Indian community of the Eastern Transvaal town of Piet Retief when the Prime Minister, the Honourable Mr. P. W. Botha, opened the town's Indian Primary School.
|Letter from Alex King to Alan Paton|
|Towards a New Order|
|The Great Betrayal|
|Kyk hoe lyk ons nou|
|Look at us now - thirty years after|
|Statement by Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr Taro Nakayama||
Statement by Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr Taro Nakayama regarding the election of the new State President in South Africa
|United Democratic Front challenges PW Botha on opening of parliament||
United Democratic Front challenges PW Botha on opening of parliament
|What are the United Democratic Front would like to see in 1988||
Statement made by the United Democratic Front regarding their plans for 1988 to set firmly down the road for negotiation and peace.
|Address at the opening of the ANC Conference at Arusha, 1 December 1987||
Address by Mwalimu Julius K. Nyerere of Chama Cha Mapinduzi, at the opening of the African National Congress (ANC) Conference in Arusha, 1 December 1987. Covers the struggle in South Africa, international support, abolition of the National Party, and the armed struggle.
|Address by State President F W de Klerk, DMS, at the opening of the second session of the ninth Parliament of the Republic of South Africa, Friday 2 February 1990||
Address by the State President F W de Klerk, at the opening of the second session of the ninth Parliament of the Republic of South Africa, Friday, 2 February 1990. Deals with foreign relations, human rights, the death penalty, socio-economic aspects, the economy, and negotiation.
|Editorial: The New Nats|