SOUTH AFRICAN COMMUNIST PARTY
|Beyond the stereotype: the SACP in the past, present and future||
Speech made by Joe Slovo at the University of the Western Cape Conference to mark the 70th anniversary of the SACP. (incomplete)
|Basebetsi ba merafong ba kena mebileng (article written in Sotho language)|
|Basebetsi ba merafo ba khahlanong le muso oa khethollo (article written in Sotho language)|
|Article in underground leaflet 'Freedom'||
Article in underground leaflet 'Freedom' issued by the South African Communist Party in November 1967 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Russian Revolution
|APDUSA VIEWS - No. 86 November 2007||
1. Denigrating under the Guise of Paying a Tribute.
2. Inciting Racial Hatred
|ANC, SACP unbanned|
|ANC and its Alliance with the SACP|
|An interview with the South African Communist Party|
|Alliance paper: the alliance in the Western Cape||
Assessment on the alliance in the Western Cape between the African National Congress, the South African Communist Party and the Congress of South African Trade Unions.
|Aims of the South African Communist Party: The New Constitution|
|African National Congress|
|African Communist, 1988|
|African Communist, 1959 - 1994||
The SACP did not publicly announce its existence until the state of emergency was declared by the government after the police massacres of Sharpeville and Langa in 1960.
|Address to the Nation by ANC President, 13 April 1993||
Transcript of Nelson Mandela's address to nation on Chris Hani's assassination (13 April 1993)
|Address to the 8th National Congress of SACP||
Address by Jay Naidoo, General Secretary of COSATU to the 8th National Congress of the South African Communist Party
|Address by ANC Deputy President to SACP 8th National Congress||
Address by ANC Deputy President, Walter Sisulu, to SACP 8th National Congress held in Johannesburg, 5 December 1991
|A profile - he lived a full life|
|A Literature of wolves|
|A life dedicated to a just cause|
|A comment on the F W de Klerk address to Parliament on 2 February 1990||
Penuell Maduna's comments on F W de Klerk's address to Parliament when he announced the unbanning of the African National Congress and the South African Communist Party, amongst other organisations.