SOUTH AFRICAN COMMUNIST PARTY
|Some thoughts on a potential party intervention in the economic debate||
An essay giving thoughts on a potential party intervention in the economic debate
|South Africa: the Party faithful||
|South African Communist Party Central Committee: Statements and resolutions|
|South African Communist Party: May Day||
South African Communist Party sticker for May Day
|South African Communists Meet|
|Speech by Comrade Walter Sisulu at the National Welcome Back Rally||
Text of speech by Walter Sisulu made at the National Welcome Back Rally in Johannesburg, 29 October 1989.
|Speech delivered by Joe Slovo||
Joe Slovo's speech to mark the celebration of the 60th anniversary of the SACP on the 30th July 1981 in Maputo. Reflects on the history of the SACP and its association with the African National Congress. Outlines the strategic aims of the Party.
|State espionage and the ANC London office|
|Statement of the National Executive Committee of the African National Congress||
Statement of the National Executive Committee of the African National Congress, reporting back on a meeting held in Lusaka, Zambia, in February 1990 regarding F W de Klerk's speech of 2nd February 1990.
|Statement on the expulsion from the ANC of South Africa||
Statement on the expulsion from the ANC (SA) of T Bonga, A M Makiwane, G M Mbele, A K Mqota, P Ngakane, T X Makiwane, O K Setlhapelo. Includes list of resolutions.
|Statement protesting against first bannings under Suppression of Communism Act and calling for defiance of unjust laws||
Statement by Dr Y M Dadoo published in "The Guardian" on May 22, 1952, protesting against first bannings under Suppression of Communism Act and calling for defiance of unjust laws
|Strive for world communist unity: A state by the Central Committee of the South African Communist Party|
|Taking Slovo to task|
|Talking about a Workers' Charter|
|The "Fischer" trial|
|The ANC and the road to negotiations|
|The ANC Conference: from Kabwe to Johannesburg|
|The ANC SACP alliance|
|The Conference on Marxism: September 1991: opening address|
|The current situation and the role of the Party||
Address (by Jack Simons?) to the Interim Leadership Group of the South African Communist Party. Puts forward tasks facing the Party.