political party

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Smash apartheid support ANC
Doublespeak from ANC
Formation of the African National Congress
Lekota on UDF
India and South Africa foreign Relations
Letter to Dr A B Xuma
Local Government Elections - Democratic Party
Minority Front Press Cuttings
Labour Party Press Cuttings
Labour Party and coloured’s Press Cuttings
Democratic Party Press Cuttings
Conservative Party
African Christian Democratic Part - Press Cuttings
Inkatha reformed traditions revived
IFP Press Cuttings
The Progressive Federal Party (PFP) APR 1981 TO 1984

The Progressive Party (Afrikaans: Progressiewe Party) was a liberal party in South Africa which, during apartheid, was considered the left wing of the all-white parliament.

Various press cuttings during 1980

The people of South Africa have made a clear statement that they are confident that the ANC will lead
them to the achievement of the goal of a better life for all.

IFP National Manifesto

South Africa can and must be better. It is an extraordinary country endowed with extraordinary people and a wealth of resources. If South Africa is going to be the twenty-first century success story that we all know it can be, bold change is needed now.

APDUSA VIEWS - Issue No. 82 March 2007

Issue No. 82 March 2007

1. Women Betrayed !

2. Darfur: Stories of Survival

3. The Struggle for Cultured Speech

4. A Judge-President nobody believes



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