UNIVERSITY OF FORT HARE

UNIVERSITY LIBRARY

ANC ARCHIVES

FRENE GINWALA PAPERS, (Code: FGP)

RECORDS, 1933 – 1994

(bulk dates, 969 – 1990)

126 Boxes (linear meters)

ACQUISITION: ANC Archive Committee

ACCESS: The collection is open.

PHOTOGRAPHS: 2 Folders in box 0096

VISUAL MATERIAL: None

AUDIO MATERIAL: None

PRINTED MATERIAL: In Boxes 0097- 0123 and folders 1-9 in Box 0126

COPYRIGHT: ANC Archive Committee

PROCESSED BY: Nkholedzeni Netshakhuma and Matshediso Mokhabela, 2004 August

REVISED BY : Africa Media Online (Kulu Mushaka), Mosoabuli  Maamoe ,October 2017

 

Historical background on Frene Ginwala Papers

Frene Ginwala was born in 1932 in Johannesburg. She travelled abroad and Studied Law at the University of London where she completed her LLB Degree.

She returned to South Africa to complete her legal training but the political situation was bad and the South African government was about to ban the ANC. In 1960, after the Sharpeville Massacre the ANC leadership requested Frene Ginwala to leave SA for Mozambique where her parents resided. She also assisted O.R. Tambo to escape from South Africa. During the same year the ANC established an External mission in Tanzania and Frene and other ANC Members viz. Yusuf Dadoo, Ronald Senegal were among Congress activists who established that office. The state of Emergency in South Africa forced Frene into exile, as she could not return home.

Frene Ginwala stayed in Tanzania and established a monthly journal called the Spearhead. While working as a journalist and the editor of the Spearhead, the Tanzanian Government declared her an illegal immigrant and as a result, deported her To the United Kingdom. She stayed in the UK and produce radio programmes and Scripts for a non-profit organization, which produced cultural programmes for Africans. Although the Tanzanian Government had given Frene Ginwala permission to return, she stayed in the United Kingdom and gave Lectures to trainee diplomats at Oxford University and eventually admitted to study for a DPhil.

In 1969, President Nyerere of Tanzania asked Frene Ginwala to become editing manager of the national English – Language Newspaper, the Standard. Frene was reluctant to accept the offer but eventually agreed under the influence of O.R. Tambo. She also became a freelance journalist for several British newspapers e.g. the Guardian, the Observer, the Economist and the BBC. The ANC appointed her as head of the political research in the office of President Tambo. Her duties included research focusing on the transfer of military and nuclear technology and served as its representative on the science and technology initiative. In 1972, the Tanzanian government dismissed Frene Ginwala from being the Managing Editor of the Spearhead, after she published an attacking article on General Mamare who executed members of the Communist Party in Sudan. Frene Ginwala then returned to Oxford University to complete her DPhil, which was interrupted when she returned to Tanzania.

After the coup in Portugal in 1974, Ginwala returned to Mozambique to visit her parents. Because of the political changes in Mozambique, the ANC decided that Frene Ginwala should work full time in Mozambique and help to establish the ANC’s Information and Publicity Department. The new changes in Mozambique caused Frene Ginwala to abandon her legal career.

Just before she returned from exile in 1991, Frene Ginwala was head of the Political Research Unit in the Office of President Tambo and ANC spokesperson in the United Kingdom on sanctions, the nuclear programme and the arms and oil embargo relating to South Africa.

After her return from exile, Frene Ginwala participated in the establishment of the ANC Women’s League and the Women’s National Coalition. She also served as member of the ANC’s PWV region, member of the secretariat in the ANC president’s office, member of the ANC’s negotiation team at the Convention for a Democratic South Africa (CODESA); and a member of the technical committee on the independent Electoral Commission (IEC) formed by Multi – Party Negotiation Forum in 1993.

Frene Ginwala served the ANC as head of ANC’s research department; deputy head of ANC Commission on the Emancipation of Women; member of the ANC’s National Executive Committee; member of the ANC’s National Working Committee. She also served as board member of the Land and Agriculture Policy Centre; board member of the Group for Environmental Monitoring; trustee of the Democratic Media Trust; and trustee of the Govan Mbeki Fellowship at the University of Fort Hare.

In the general elections of 1994, Frene Ginwala stood as an ANC candidate for the National Assembly and she became a member of parliament. The National Assembly elected her the speaker of parliament. Furthermore, she served as President of the South African Speakers Forum; Co-Chairperson of the International Parliamentary Union; Board member of IDEA; Chairperson of the SADC Parliamentary Forum; and member of the UN Secretary General’s Advisory Panel of High -Level Personalities on African Development; and lately she served as Commissioner of the International Commission on Human Security.

In most times of her life Frene Ginwala worked as an ANC Official, journalist and as broadcaster in Tanzania, Mozambique, Zambia and the United Kingdom. She also gave lectures at universities and institutions in a number of countries around the world and participated in various United Nations, UNESCO and other international conferences on South Africa which covered Women issues, conflict research, development and technology transfer.

Frene Ginwala remains to be an active member of the ANC, serving at national level. She has been widely published on Anti -Apartheid and Women’s issues. Frene Ginwala has received numerous awards and from various countries and universities around the world and in South Africa.

 

 

Scope and Content Note

We found the Frene Ginwala records in boxes. Some of the records were in order whereas others were not in order. Conference Documents, some Publications, and most of the Press Clippings were orderly arranged in file covers. We kept this order, replacing the original files with acid free folders.

In arranging these records we grouped the records according to type, and listed them alphabetically by folder titles. The dates on the records range from 1935 to 1994 and the collection consists of 13 Series. (I) Conferences/ Seminars/ Workshops, (II) Reports, (III) Discussion Documents, (IV) Correspondence/Minutes, (V) Statements/ Press Statements, (VI) Memoranda/ Reviews/ Declarations/ Submissions, (VII) Biographies/ Tributes/ Bills/ Circulars/ Notes, (VIII) Press Clippings, (IX) Pamphlets, (X) Memorabilia, (XI) Photographs/ Videos, (XII) Publications, (XIII) Additional Material, and (XIV) Posters.

Series I ̶ Conferences/ Seminars/ Workshops, this series consists of Conferences, Seminars and Workshops documents in 104 folders, from boxes 0001 – 0017. The dates range from 1961 – 1996.

Series II ̶ Reports, this series consists of 3 sub series: Sub Series I – Sanctions and Apartheid, has 57 folders, from Box 0018 – 0023, which totals to 6 Boxes, the dates range from 1962 -1990. Sub Series II – Countries, has 16 folders, from Box 0024-0025, which makes 2 Boxes, the dates range from 1952, 1964, 1969 1985. Sub Series III Other Reports, has 79 folders, from Box 0026 – 0034, which makes 9 Boxes, the dates range from 1952, 1962, 1968 – 1994.

Series III ̶ Discussion Documents, this series has 2 Sub Series: Sub Series I -Sanctions, has 69 folders, located in boxes 0035 -0045, which makes 11 boxes, the dates range from 1963 -1990. Sub Series II -General Discussion documents has 55 folders located in boxes 0046 -0053, which makes 8 boxes, the dates range from 1964, 1968-1993.

Series IV ̶ Correspondence/ Minutes, this series has 46 folders, located in boxes 0053-0058, which makes 5 boxes and the dates range from 1961 -1991

Series V ̶ Statements/ Press Statements, has 106 folders and located in boxes 0059 -0069, which totals to 10 boxes, the dates range from 1962 – 1991.

Series VI ̶ Memoranda/ Reviews/ Declarations/ Submissions, this series has 28 folders located in boxes 0070-0071 that makes 2 boxes, the dates range from 1961 -1964, 1970 -1991

Series VII ̶ Biographies/ Tributes/ Bills/ Circulars/ Notes, this series has 10 folders located in box 0072, the dates range from 1950, 1955, 1962, 1971 -1989.

Series VIII ̶ Press Clippings, this series has 6 sub series, Sub Series I -ANC, has 13 folders located in Boxes 73 -76 that makes 4 Boxes and the dates range from 1980, 1984, 1986-1993. Sub Series II- South Africans and the Struggle, has 55 Folders located in Boxes 77 -83, which makes 7 Boxes and the dates range from 1961, 1968 -1990. Sub Series III – Homelands, has 16 folders located in 2 Boxes from box 84-85, the dates range from 1972, 1975 – 1989. Sub Series IV -Countries, has 34 folders located in Box 86 -88, that makes 3 Boxes and the dates range from 1971 -1990. Sub Series V – Sanctions, has 44 folders located in 3 Boxes from box 89-91, the dates range from 1963, 1965, 1969-1990. Sub Series VI General, has 34 folders located in boxes 92 -93 that makes 2 Boxes and the dates range from 1964, 1965, 1969-1990.

Series IX ̶ Pamphlets, has 16 folders of pamphlets from different Organisations viz. ANC, AAM, SACTU, SACP, Churches, PAFMECA, American Committee on Africa, and the Ugandan Action Group. They are located in box 94 and the dates range from 1959, 1960, 1962, 1967, 1975 -1990.

Series X ̶ Memorabilia has 5 Sub Series, (I) Invitations, (II) Events, (III) Cards, (IV) Postcard and (V) Stickers; the material is placed in envelopes and inside a folder. The material that didn’t fit in envelopes is loosely placed inside the folder and it is located in box 95 with dates ranging from 1976-1994.

Series XI ̶ Photographs/ Videos, has 2 folders of photographs and a video. The Photographs are put into envelopes; most of the photographs have information written on the back of the photo. The photographs are divided into 2 Sub series, SOMAFCO in folder 1 and others photographs in folder 2. On Sub series II-Others, there are photographs that were taken from a map, this photographs indicate the places where bombs could be planted and show the population of South Africa according to the racial groups.

Series XII ̶ Publications, has 2 Sub series, Sub Series I -Periodicals, the periodicals are in different forms i.e. newsletters, journals, bulletins and daily newspapers; they are located in boxes 0097 – 0122 in 21 boxes, the dates range from 1933 -1939, 1941, 1950-1959, 1960-1993. Sub Series II- Other Publications, these are magazines or booklets and they are loosely packed. Though they are not packed in alphabetical order, they are listed alphabetically. They are located in box 0123, which is an oversize box. The dates range from 1956, 1959, 1961, 1966-1993.

Series XII ̶ Additional Material, this series is made up of the material that was discovered long after the Frene Ginwala papers were processed. It consisted of reports, statements, correspondence, discussion documents, publications and press clippings. Most of the material was integrated with the existing material. However 3 Boxes of material were not integrated and are to be found in this series. This material has been grouped into sub series. Sub series I – Reports, they are located in Box 0124 and the dates range from 1971, 1972, 1974, 1980-1982, 1987, 1991 – 1993. Sub series II -Conferences / Discussion Documents / Manuscripts, the material is located in Box 125 and the dates range from 1982, 1987, 1988, 1991. Sub Series III Publications/Press Clippings, they are located in Box 126 and the dates range from 1949, 1956, 1959 – 1964, 1966, 1983, 1985 – 1988, 1992

Series XIV ̶ Posters, the series has ±100 Posters; the posters are divided into sub series, there are posters of the ANC, Anti-Apartheid Movement (AAM), Committee Zuidelik Africa (KZA), UN and its organizations, Southern Africa and Other Organisations.

 

ACRONYMS
AAM -Anti Apartheid Movement
AAPSO -Afro Asian Peoples Solidarity Organisation
ACOA – American Committee on Africa
A WEP AA -Association of the West European Parliamentarians for Action Against Apartheid
BOSS -Bureau of State Security
BPC – Black Peoples Convention
CCL -Cambridge Consultant Ltd.
CCSA – Christian Concern for South Africa
CUR -Catholic Institute for International Relations
CIMEA-International Committee of Children’s and Adolescents Movement
CODESA -Convention for a Democratic South Africa
COSATU -Congress of South African Trade Unions
CRC -Coloured Representatives Council
CUSA -Congress of Unions of South Africa
DONS -Division of National Security
EEC -European Economic Community
EIU -The Economist Intelligence Unit
ELTSA -End Loans to South Africa
FRG -Federal Republic of Germany
ICFTU -International Confederations of Free Trade Unions
ICSA -the International Committee against Apartheid, Racism and Colonialism in Southern Africa
IEC -Independent Electoral Commission
ILO -International Labour Organisation
INLA-Irish National Liberation Army
IRA -Irish Republican Army
ISAK-Isolera Sydafrika Kommitten
ISSA – International Social Security Association
IUEF -International University Exchange Fund
IURI – Institutions Unificados de Relacoes Internacionals
KZA -Kommittee Zuidelik Afrika
NACTU -National Council of Trade Union
NAM – Non -Aligned Movement
NAM – Non-Aligned Movement
NIS – National Intelligence Services
OAU – Organisation of African Unity
PAC – Pan Africanist Congress
P AFMECA – Pan – African Freedom Movement of East and Central Africa
P AIGC – The African Party for the Independence of Guinea – Bissau and Cape Verde
PEBCO – Port Elizabeth Civic Organisation
SA – South Africa
SABC – South African Broadcasting Corporation
SAC – Soweto Action Committee
SACC – South African Council of Churches
SACHED – South African Committee for Higher Education
SACTU – South African Congress of Trade Unions
SADC – Southern African Development Community
SAIRR- South African Institute of Race Relations
SAYCO – South African Youth Congress
SSCI – Soweto Chamber of Commerce and Industry
SW APO – South West African People’s Organisation
UBC – Urban Bantu Council
UCC – United Committee of Concern
UDENAMO- Uniao Democratica Nacional de Mocambique
UDF- United Democratic Party
UNESCO – United Nations Education Science and Culture Organisation
WCC- World Council of Churches

 

 

 

Series I – Conferences/ Seminars/ Workshops

 

Box 0001
0001. AAM National Mobilising Conference, held in London, 1981 March 21
0002. ANC Conferences 1988, 1994
0003. ANC National Consultative Conference, 1985 June
0004. ANC PWV Regional Conference, held at Karos Johannesburg hotel,1993 Oct 29-31
0005. ANC/SWAPO Consultation, 1984 Nov 17 – 18
0006. A WEP AA/ African European Institute Conference held in Dublin Ireland, 1990 June 21 – 22
0007. Business International Conference, held in London, 1987 May 27

 

Box 0002
0008. Centre for South African Studies 12th Annual Conference on Research Progress, held in University of New York, 1987 March 24-26
0009. Centre For Southern African Studies, Conference held at the University of New York, USA, 1986 Sept – Oct [Part 1 J
0010. Centre For Southern African Studies, Conference held at the University of New York, USA, 1986 Sept-Oct [Part 2J
0011. Centre For Southern African Studies, Conference held at University of New York, USA, 1986 Sept-Oct (Part 3J)

 

Box 0003
0012. Conference for a Democratic South Africa, n.d.
0013. Conference of A African Writers of English Expression held in Makerere University College in Uganda, 1962  June 11 – 17
0014. Conference of Arab Solidarity with the struggle for liberation in Southern Africa, held in Tunis, 1984 Aug
0015. Conference of Eight Black Leaders with Vorster B.J. and Botha M.C., 1975 Jan
0016. Conference of the Nationalist Organisations of Portuguese Colonies held in Morocco, 1962 Sept
0017. Conference of the Review of African Political Economy Held in Liverpool University, 1986 Sept 26 – 28
0018. Conference on African Literature and the University Curriculum, held in Freetown Sierra Leone, 1963 April 3-8

 

Box 0004
0019. Conference on Migratory Labour in Southern Africa held in Lusaka Republic of Zambia, 1978 April 4-8 [Part AJ]
0020. Conference on Migratory Labour in Southern Africa held in Lusaka Republic of Zambia, 1978 April 4 -8 [Part BJ]
0021. Conference on Migratory Labour in Southern Africa held in Lusaka Republic of Zambia, 1978 April 4 – 8 [Part C]
0022. Conference on Migratory Labour in Southern Africa held in Lusaka Republic of Zambia, 1978 April 4-8 [Part DJ]
0023. Conference on Migratory Labour in Southern Africa held in Lusaka Republic of Zambia, 1978 April 4 – 8 [Part EJ]

 

Box 0005
0024. Conference Paper by Dr. Hamilton Geoffrey W. on the role of  The European Multinationals in South Africa, held in Geneva, 1986
0025. Conference Paper on Mental Health, Social Disadvantage and Race by Reddy Freddy G. at a conference hosted by St. George’s Medical School, 1996 March 22 – 23
0026. Constitutional Conference, held in London, 1979 Oct
0027. Consultation ANC/AAM/NGOs on Campaign- South Africa Debt Rescheduling held in London, 1989 July 5 – 16
0028. Continuation Committee of the World Conference Against Apartheid Racism and Colonialism in Southern Africa, 1978 March 21 – 23
0029. Convention for a Democratic South Africa (CODESA), n.d.
0030. Council of Ministers (OAU) Ninth Extraordinary Session, held in Dar es Salaam, 1975 April 7 – 10
0031. European Economic Community code of conduct on Southern African issue n.d.

 

Box 0006
0032. Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, Conferences, 1980, 1981
0033. Hearing on South Africa, held in Oslo, Norway, 1977 Oct 12- 13
0034. Institute for Africa and International Studies Conference held in the Federal Republic of Germany, 1989 Oct 20 – 22
0035. International Conference in Solidarity with the Frontline States, held in Lisbon, 1983 March 25-27

 

Box 0007
0036. International Conference in Solidarity with the Struggle of the People of Namibia, held in Paris, 1980 Sept 11 – 13
0037. International Conference of Experts for the support of victims of Colonialism and Apartheid in SA, held in Oslo, 1973 April 9-14
0038. International Conference of support to the Peoples of the Portuguese Colonies held in Rome, Italy, 1970  June 27 – 29
0039. International Conference on European Economic Community and South Africa, held in Dublin, 1979 Jan 28 – 29
0040. International Conference on Nuclear Power and its fuel Cycle, held In Austria, 1977 May 2 – 13
0041. International Conference on Sanctions against South Africa, held in Paris, 1981 May 20 – 27
0042. International Conference on South West Africa, 1966  March 23-26

 

Box 0008
0043. International NGO Conference for Action against Apartheid, held In Geneva, Switzerland, 1978 Aug 28 – 31
0044. Kongreb gegen atomare Zusammenarbeit, Bundesrepublik- Sudafrika, held in Bonn, 1978 Nov 11 -12
0045. Local Authorities Anti-Apartheid Conference held in Sheffield, 1983 March 23
0046. Maputo Conference on Health and welfare in South Africa, 1990 April 9-6
0047. Namibia 1884- 1984, 100 Years of Foreign Occupation 100Years of the Struggle Conference held in London, 1984 Sept [Part 1]
0048. Namibia 1884- 1984, 100 Years of Foreign Occupation 100Years of the Struggle Conference held in London, 1984 Sept [Part 2]

 

Box 0009
0049. National Student Conference on Revolution in Southern Africa, held in Oxford, 1968 March
0050. OAU Committee of Eighteen, 261h Ordinary Session held in Lourenco Marques, Mozambi9i1£e, 1976 Jan [Part l]
0051. OAU Committee of Eighteen, 26 Ordinary Session held in Lourenco Marques, Mozambique, 1976 Jan [Part 2]
0052. OAU conferences, 1978, 1986
0053. One day Conference on Human Rights and the Struggle against Apartheid held in London, 1968 Oct 19
0054. One day Delegate Conference organised by the Anti-Apartheid Movement on Southern Africa and the British Trade Union and Labour Movement, held in London, 1976 Nov 6
0055. Premiere Conference du MPLA, held in Leopoldville, Angola, 1962 Dec

 

BOX 0010
0056. SAIRR in association with South African Institute of Personnel Management Conference on Closing the Wage Gap, held in Johannesburg, 1973 Jan 18 -19
0057. SALDRU (Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit), Agricultural Conference, 1978 Sept
0058. SALDRU (Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit), Conferences, 1965, 1973, 1977
0059. SALDRU (Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit), Farm Labour Conference, 1976 September

 

Box 0011
0060. Seventh Conference of Heads of States or Governments of Non Aligned Countries (NAM), held in New Delhi, 1983 March [Part 1]
0061. Seventh Conference of Heads of States or Governments of Non Aligned Countries (NAM), held in New Delhi, 1983 March [Part 2]
0062. Seventh Conference of Heads of States or Governments of Non Aligned Countries (NAM), held in New Delhi, 1983 March [Part 3
0063. Socialist International Conference on Southern Africa, held in Arusha Tanzania, 1984 Sept 4 -5
0064. South African Congress of Trade Unions, held in Durban, 1959 March 28-29

 

 

Box 0012
0065. South African Institute of Race Relations (SAIRR), Conference on Bantu Education held in Johannesburg, 1969 Jan
0066. South African Institute of Race Relations (SAIRR) Conferences, 1971, 1983
0067. Southern Africa, The Time to choose, held in London, 1982 March 11-13
0068. The Labour Party Annual Conference, 1985
0069. The P AFMECA Conference held in Addis Ababa, 1962 Feb

 

Box 0013
0070. The third Afro Asian Peoples Solidarity (AAPSO) Conference, held in Moshi, Tanganyika, 1963 Feb 4- 11
00071. The World Computer Conference held in Dublin Ireland, 1986 Sep
0072. United Nations Centre against apartheid World Conference for Action against Apartheid held in Lagos, 1977
0073. United Nations Conference on Human Settlements held in Vancouver Canada, 1976 May-June
0074. United Nations Conference on Sanctions against South Africa held in Paris, 1981
0075. United Nations Conferences Notes and Documents, 1973, 1976- 1980, 1983
0076. United Nations General Assembly held in Dar es Salaam and Addis Ababa, 1962 June
0077. Various Conference Papers, 1973, 1981, 1985, 1987

 

Box 0014
0078. ANC In House Seminar on Culture and Sport held in Lusaka, 1989 July 26-29
0079. ANC Seminars, UK Regional Seminar, Women in Struggle Seminar and the Land in Question Seminar, 1989, 1990
0080. Anti-Apartheid Movement Investment Seminar, 1975 June
0081. Catholic Institute for International Relations (CIIR) Seminar on the Future of Southern Africa, held In London 1988 Sept 24 -25
0082. International Seminar on the Role of Transitional Corporations in South Africa held in London, 1979 Nov 2-4 [Part 1]
0083. International Seminar on the Role of Transitional Corporations in South Africa held in London, 1979 Nov 2 -4 [Part 2]

 

Box 0015
0084. International Seminar on the Role of Transitional Corporations in Namibia, held in Washington D.C, 1982 Nov-Dec [Part 1]
0085. International Seminar on the Role of Transitional Corporations in Namibia, held in Washington D.C., 1982 Nov -Dec [Part 2]
0086. International Seminar on the Role of Transitional Corporations in Namibia, held in Washington D.C., 1982 Nov-Dec [Part 3]
0087. National Council for Peace and Solidarity Oil Seminar, held in Baghdad, 1972 Nov 11 -14 [Part 1]
0088. National Council for Peace and Solidarity Oil Seminar, held in Baghdad, 1972 Nov 11 – 14 [Part 2]

 

Box 0016
0089. Pan African Youth Seminar held in Dar es Salaam, 1961 Aug 5-14
0090. Seminar on South Africa, held in UNESCO Head Quarters, Paris, 1975 April – May
0091. Seminar on the Future of South Africa, 1988 Sept 24-25,
0092. Seminar on the Legal Aspects of Apartheid, held in Washington D.C., 1985 July 6
0093. Seminars on Nuclear Energy, 1979
0094. The United Nations Symposium on the Role of Transitional Corporations in South Africa and Namibia, Organised by the UN in Cooperation with Sheffield City Council, held in Sheffield, 1982 Nov 1- 2
0095. United Nations International Seminar on the Implementation and Reinforcement of the Arms Embargo against South Africa, held in London, 1981 April 1 -3
0096. United Nations Seminar on Nuclear Collaborations with South Africa, held in London, 1979 Feb 24-25 [Part 1]
0097. United Nations Seminar on Nuclear Collaborations with South Africa, held in London, 1979 Feb 24 -25 [Part 2]

 

Box 0017
0098. ANC Evaluation Workshop, 1992 Oct 24-25
0099. Centre for Intergroup Studies Conflict and Conflict Accommodation in South Africa, 1983?
0100. Media Workshop on Countering Apartheid Propaganda, held in London, 1985 May 20-25
0101. Southern Africa and Sanctions against South Africa and Namibia, held in Sweden, 1987 Nov 19-22
0102. The South African Agrarian Question Workshop held at the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, 1987 May 22 -27
0103. Workshop on Regionalism and Restructuring in Natal, Held in the University of Natal, 1988 January 28 -31 [Part 1]
0104. Workshop on Regionalism and Restructuring in Natal, Held in the University of Natal, 1988 January 28 -31 [Part 2]

 

 

Series II – Reports

Sub series 1 – Sanctions and Apartheid

Box 0018
0001. American Committee on Africa (ACOA), 1985, 1986, 1988, 1989
0002. Arnt fur Studien und Ubungen der Bundeswehr, 1975 [Written in Dutch]
0003. Anti-Apartheid Movement and Nuclear Cooperation, 1975 -1977
0004. Anti-Apartheid Movement boycott of South African goods, 1974, 1984-1985, 1989
0005. Anti-Apartheid Movement reports on Britain and South Africa, 1962, 1968, 1970-1973
0006. Anti-Apartheid Movement reports on Britain and South Africa, 1980, 1985, 1986, 1988, 1989
0007. Anti-Outs pan Campaign, Paris, 197 5 [Press Cuttings Included]
0008. Apartheid Defence, 1979, 1985

 

Box 0019
0009. Association of West European Parliamentarians for action against Apartheid (AWEPAA) reports, 1988-1987
0010. Britain and South Africa Reports on Churches and the struggle Against Apartheid, 1989 Feb 28
0011. British Financial interests in Portugal, Mozambique and Angola, n.d, 1975
0012. Churches and the Struggles against Apartheid in South Africa, 1958, 1983 – 1985
0013. Churches reports on Sanctions [includes SACC Report], 1977,1987
0014. Commission of Enquiry into Apartheid, Paris, 1976, May 23 [Written in French]
0015. Commission of Enquiry into Apartheid, Paris, 1977 Jan 29 [Written in French]
0016. Commonwealth Committee of Foreign Ministers on Southern Africa, 1986, 1988, 1989
0017. Commonwealth Committee on Southern Africa, 1982, 1984
0018. Commonwealth, mission to South Africa, 1988
0019. Edgedale, Mercy’s Report on a visit to South Africa, 1988 April-May
0020. End Loans to South Africa report, 1986 Oct

 

Box 0020
0021. House of Commons Parliamentary Debates 1985, 1990-1991
0022. International Commission of enquiry into the crimes of the racist And Apartheid in South Africa, held in Paris, 1976 May 20 [Written in French, Translated version included]
0023. Investment and Disinvestments in Apartheid South Africa, 1973, 1976, 1978, 1983, 1985
0024. Investment and Disinvestments in Apartheid South Africa, 1986-1989
0025. Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights under Law, 1982-1986
0026. Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights under Law, death detentions And South Africa’s Security Laws, 1983

 

Box 0021
0027. Political Prisoners in South Africa, 1964
0028. Report by PAIGC Secretary General Cabral, Amilcar on the Situation to the struggle, 1971 Sept
0029. Report on the Carbon Bassa Project and the United Nations Sanctions on Southern Rhodesia, 1970 Aug
0030. Report on the impact of sanctions on the economy of SA, n.d, 1987
0031. Reports on Namibia, 1962, 1981
0032. Reports on Political and Economic choices of disenfranchised South Africans, 1986
0033. Reports on preparatory Conference for the UN Conference on Restrictions of use of certain Conventional Weapons, held in Geneva, 1978 Sept
0034. Reports on Shell Boycott, 1986 – 1987
0035. Reports on South Africa, n.d. 1990
0036. Response from ministers of the French Government to the Written Questions on the Cooperation with South Africa in the Nuclear Fields, Paris,1976 July [Translation Included]
0037. RPC Reports for the Mobilisation for political and the struggle Against the Apartheid Government, 1987, 1988, 1992
0038. Sanctions Working Group, 1980 Sept 1
0039. Shell Shadow Reports, 1986, 1987
0040. Shipping Research Bureau reports on Oil Embargo against South Africa, 1989
0041. South Africa beyond Apartheid, 1987
0042. South Africa Committee, n.d.
0043. The Academy Culture Boycott, 1986-1988

 

Box 0022
0044. The Anti-Apartheid Movement, 1962, 1963, 1965, 1968, 1973, 1987, 1978
0045. The Committee on Foreign Affairs, US House of Representatives, 1986- 1988
0046. The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) reports, 1988
0047. The International Conference on Sanctions against South Africa, Paris 1981
0048. The Italian Jewellery Industry, Apartheid’s Biggest Customer,
Report by the World Gold Commission, 1988 Nov
0049. The Labour Party of Britain, 1981 -1982
0050. UNESCO First Ceremony for the Felix Houphouet-Boigny Peace Prize, 1992
0051. United Nations Centre against Apartheid, 1990

 

Box 0023
0052. United Nations Centre against Apartheid, 1976
0053. United Nations Centre against Apartheid, 1977
0054. United Nations Foreign Investment in the Republic of South Africa, 1967, 1968, 1970, 1972
0055. United Nations on Transitional Corporations in South Africa and Namibia, 1989
0056. United Nations Unit on Apartheid, 1975
0057. United States reports on Sanctions, 1986, 1988, 1989

 

Sub series 2- Countries Reports

Box 0024
0001. Arab Countries, Relations to South Africa about Sanctions, 1981,1985
0002. Botswana, Relations to South Africa about Sanctions, 1985
0003. Britain, Relations to South Africa about Sanctions, 1983, 1984
0004. Canada, Relations to South Africa about Sanctions, 1972, 1976- 1977, 1988
0005. Denmark, Relations to South Africa about Sanctions, 1980, 1982,1984
0006. Federal Republic of Germany (FRG), Relations to South Africa
About Sanctions, 1970, 1975 – 1977, 1979-1980, 1982, 1986
0007. France, Relations to South Africa about Sanctions, 197 6, 1981
0008. Iran, Relations to South Africa about Sanctions, 1979 -1980
0009. Israel, Relations to South Africa about Sanctions, 1952, 1969, 1976-1979
0010. Italy, Relations to South Africa about Sanctions, 1979

 

Box 0025
0011. Japan, Relations to South Africa about Sanctions, 197 5 -1977, 1986
0012. Netherlands, Relations to South Africa about Sanctions, 1978, 1980-1981
0013. New Zealand, Relations to South Africa about Sanctions, 1964, 1971-1972
0014. Nordic Governments, Relations to South Africa about Sanctions, 1977 1984
0015. Norway, Relations to South Africa about Sanctions, 1979- 1981,1984, 1985
0016. Sweden, Relations to South Africa about Sanctions, 1977, 1980- 1984. 1986

 

Sub series 3- Other Reports

Box 0026
0001. 10th Anniversary Celebrations of the Ethiopian Revolution, 1984 Sept 12-13
0002. ANC Department of Research, Sub National Government: Human Resources Project, 1992 Nov
0003. ANC Education Project, 1962, 1971, 1979, 1984, 1986
0004. ANC Reports, 1968, 1969, 1972, 1975, 1978 – 1979

 

Box 0027
0005. ANC Reports, 1987 – 1992
0006. ANC Research Department, Reports on Ministries, 1994
0007. ANC Technical Committee, 1993 June
0008. Anti-Apartheid Movement Reports about Rhodesia, 1966, 1972 [Includes List of British Companies in Rhodesia J]
0009. Atomic Energy Board, Republic of South Africa 22nd Annual Report, 1978
0010. Basutoland Congress Party, 1970
0011. BBC Reports, n.d, 1984
0012. Black Consciousness Movement of South Africa, 1979

 

Box 0028
0013. Broadcasting Reports, 1973, 1978, 1990
0014. Cadmen Committee for Community Relations, 1966
0015. Child Nutrition Survey, 1969-1970, 1975 -1976
0016. Commonwealth Heads of Governments Meeting Reports, 1987, 1989
0017. Commonwealth Reports on Media and Journalism in South Africa, n.d. 1988
0018. Community Resource and Information Centre Report on Inkatha, n.d.
0019. Council of Churches (WCC), 1971, 1974- 1974, 1977
0020. Council of Unions of South Africa (CUSA), n.d., 1983, 1984
0021. Democratic Party Report, 1989
0022. Der Ausschub fur Aubenwirtsclaftbezienhungen unterbreitet dem Europaischen Parliament den folgenden, 1987 Sept 25 [Written in German]
0023. Detainees Parents Support Committee, 1985
0024. Draft Report of the Office of Commission for Administration, 1994 Jan 17
0025. Eskom, n.d.

 

Box 0029
0026. Groote Schuur Minute, 1990
0027. House of Commons, 1985 July 25
0028. IFP and Elections, 1994
0029. Informationstelle Sudcliches Africa (Information Centre on SA), Reports on FRG and South African Developments, 1977
0030. Institute for industrial Education, the Durban Strikes, 1973
0031. Inter African Education Centre, Tanganyika, 1962 Aug
0032. International Labour Organisation reports, 1983, 1986
0033. Investments in South Africa, 1969
0034. IURI (Institutions Unificados de Relacoes Internacionals), 1981, 1984
0035. Lawyers, Committee for Civil Rights under Law, UDF treason Trial, 1985
0036. Mandela Response, 1990 Feb 13
0037. Mine Security, 1979, 1982
0038. MINORCO Annual Report, 1979 June 30
0039. Namibia Reports, 1980, 1983
0040. NA TO, Reports, n.d.
0041. NUSAS and ANC, Held in Harare April 2
0042. OAU, Special Communique on South Africa, 1983
0043. Organisation and Leadership of the ANC, n.d.
0044. Pan Africanist Congress of Azania Reports, 1967, 1979 [Includes a Statement]

 

Box 0030
0045. Post-Election Research Reports by Trew, Tony, 1994 [Part 1]
0046. Post-Election Research Reports by Trew, Tony, 1994 [Part 2]
0047. Project Research on International Mass media and Angola Submitted to Swedish Agency for Research Cooperation’s by Palmberg Mai 1980
0048. Racism, n.d
0049. Rapport Au Conseil Concernant les Measures Relatives à 1’Afrique du Sud, 1986 Feb 04
0050. Report By Editor of Africa News Organization (ANO) Van der Walt Jurie, 1994
0051. Report on the UNESCO/ZIDS Subregional Conference on Destabilation with Reference to Education, Science, Communication and Culture, held in Harare,
1989 Feb 24
0052. Reports of the WCC Central Committee Meeting, held in Geneva Switzerland, 1980 Aug

 

Box 0031
0053. Reports on Forceful Removals, 1983, 1985
0054. Reports on Humanitarian and Development needs in South Africa, 1974
0055. SABC Research Reports, 1979
0056. SAUR and Strikes, 1982
0057. SAIRR and Security and detention, 1976- 1977

 

Box 0032
0058. SAIRR and Wage Determinations in SA, 1973
0059. SAIRR Annual Council Meeting Reports, 1963, 1977 – 1978

 

Box 0033
0600. SAIRR, 1972, 1974- 1976, 1980, 1987 – 1988
0061. Scandinavian Institute of African Studies Research report no. 23, 35, 1974, 1977
0062. Social Democratic Party, 1985
0063. Sociology of Work Program, Annual Report, 1990- 1991
0064. South African Congress of Trade Unions (SACTU) n.d., 1973, 1976, 1980
0065. South African Foreign Policy, n.d.

 

Box 0034
0066. South African Oil Pipelines, 1978, 1988, 1989
0067. Squatter Camps and Forceful Removals, 1978, 1980? 1983, 1984
0068. The Catholic Institute for International Relations, National Education, 1986
0069. The Chemical Industry, 1982
0070. The Reagan Administration, 1987 June 24 [Includes a Chart]
0071. The South African Committee for Higher Education (SACRED), 1984 July 23
0072. The unholy alliance with Portugal, n.d.
0073. The Work of the National Committee for Commonwealth Immigrants, 1966
0074. Third World Reports, 1985, 1986, 1989
0075. Transitional Executive Council CODESA, 1992, 1993
0076. UDF reports, 1983, 1985
0077. United National Independent Party of Zambia reports on the Outcomes of the Elections, 1962 Nov
0078. Witwatersrand University African Medical Scholarships Trust Fund, n.d, 1952
0079. Zambia Media Report, 1968

 

 

Series III – Discussion Documents

Sub-series 1 – Sanctions

Box 0035
0001. AAM 1966, 1968, 1974, 1977, 1979, 1987
0002. Academic Culture 1986 – 1987
0003. AfricAsia: Sanctions on South Africa 1972, 1986
0004. American Committee on Africa 1983.
0005. Apartheid Atomic Bomb by Minty, Abdul, secretary of the British Anti -Apartheid Movement, 1971 July
0006. Article by the Naude, Beyers C. F. about the struggle in South Africa. 1985
0007. Aspects of Foreign Investment and Finance by Pillay, Veilla, Dublin, 1974 May 21
0008. Britain’s Economic links with South Africa, prepared by Christian Concern for South Africa (CCSA), 1979
0009. British Aid to South Africa, n.d, 1986, 1988, 1989
0010. Catholic Institute for International Relations. 1986, 1988, 1989

 

Box 0036
0011. Centre for African Studies 1988 – 1989
0012. EEC Documents.1986, 1990
0013. Economic Sanctions against South Africa, n.d., 1984, 1985
0014. Federal Republic of Germany’s nuclear collaboration with Apartheid SA, 1975, 1977, 1978
0015. Gold and sanctions, n.d., 1988

 

Box 0037
0016. Inter-Faith Colloquium on Apartheid, A response of World Religious to the situation in Southern Africa 1983 – 1984
0017. IRA, INLA: Foreign support and International Connections. 1988
0018. Journal of Southern African Studies. South African Women’s Resistance 1983
0019. Kairos Documents on Oil Boycott 1982, 1984
0020. Kairos papers on Oil Embargo against South Africa, 1983, 1984
0021. Labour Party (Britain) 1979, 1982, 1983
0022. Minerals and Sanctions against South Africa n.d
0023. Multinational Corporations and the perpetuation of Apartheid in South Africa, prepared by the ANC Toronto Committee to the World Conference on Multinational Corporation held in Toronto, 1975 Nov 14- 16
0024. Nuclear Collaboration with South Africa written on request by the World Council of Churches Programme to combat Racism by Dejung Heinzkal and Zoller Adrien Claude, Rotterdam, 1976 July 8
0025. O.A.U Working Group on Racist colonialist Regimes in Southern Africa, 1970, 1971
0026. Oil Embargo, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1984- 1986

 

Box 0038
0027. Oil Embargo Consultations, 1982, 1983, 1984
0028. Papers on Nuclear Collaborations 1967, 1975, 1976, 1978
0029. Proposals for action, by Sjollema, Baldwin of the W.C.C Programme a survey of Western Collaboration with the South Africa and some to combat racism, 1981
0030. Sanctions against South Africa by Van Rensburg, Patrick, 1962
0031. Sanctions and the processes of adjustment by Bethlem R. W, 1986 Sep
0032. Shell Boycott, 1982, 1984 – 1987
0033. Shipping Bureau Discussion papers on Oil Embargo against South Africa 1984, 1986, 1988, 1989
0034. South Africa relations with Israel n.d
0035. South Africa’s gold and diamond trade by Koistinen, David J. And Lind John E, 1988 Jan

 

Box 0039
0036. The Anti-Apartheid Movement the Southern African Struggle &The British Labour Movement 1974
0037. The Commonwealth- sanctions against South Africa. 1986-1987
0038. The impact of sanctions on the Economy of South Africa, n.d, 1985, 1986, 1989
0039. The relations between Britain and South Africa, 1988
0040. The Relations between the U.S and South Africa n.d, 1976
0041. The status (sovereignty) of South Africa The draft of O.A.U 1976
0042. The U.S: Policy Conflicts: United States assistance to South Africa’s nuclear industry. N.d.
0043. The Workers Struggle for freedom 1976 – 1988

 

Box 0040
0044. U.N. and Apartheid S.A 1963 -1965, 1967, 1968
0045. U.N. Centre against Apartheid, 1977
0046. U.N. Centre against Apartheid, 1978
0047. U.N. Centre against Apartheid, 1979

 

Box 0041
0048. U.N. Centre against Apartheid, 1980
0049. U.N. Centre against Apartheid, 1981
0050. U.N. Centre against Apartheid, 1982

 

Box 0042
0051. U.N. Centre against Apartheid, 1984
0052. U.N. Centre against Apartheid, 1985
0053. U.N. Centre against Apartheid, 1986
0054. U.N. Centre against Apartheid, 1987
0055. U.N. Centre against Apartheid, 1989

 

Box 0043
0056. U.N. Centre against Apartheid, 1990
0057. U.N. Centre against Apartheid, 1991, 1993
0058. U.N. Centre on Transnational Corporations in SA and Namibia 1989
0059. U.N. Security Council, 1979, 1983
0060. U.N. Unit on Apartheid, 1969

 

Box 0044
0061. U.N. Unit on Apartheid, 1970
0062. U.N. Unit on Apartheid, 1971
0063. U.N. Unit on Apartheid, 1972

 

Box 0045
0064. U.N. Unit on Apartheid, 1973
0065. U.N. Unit on Apartheid, 1974
0066. U.N. Unit on Apartheid, 1975
0067. UNESCO 1972, 1974, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1981, 1986
0068. War and Society in South Africa n.d

 

Sub-series 2 – General

Box 0046
0001. 5th Conference of the African Association of Political Sciences, the South African Swazi State Relationship, Dakar, 1993
0002. Comparative analysis on the December 1957 Constitution and the Interim Constitutional framework by Mabiletsa Martin n.d
0003. ANC, n.d., 1972, 1976-1978, 1980 – 1981
0004. ANC, 1984 – 1994
0005. ANC Women’s League, 1994

 

Box 0047
0006. Centre for Southern African Studies, 1983, 1990
0007. Discussion Paper presented by Namushi, Nyambi to the seminar on The world information and communication order held at the University of Zambia, 1984 March
0008. Discussion Paper written by Swilling, Mark, of the Centre for the Policy Studies at University of the Witwatersrand, n.d, 1988, 1989
0009. Forceful removals, 1981, 1986
0010. Freeing South Africa by Dr Walters, Ronald, Department of Political Science; Howard University, 1986 March 27
0011. Growth manship in Nyasaland, by an Economic Correspondence in The Federation, n.d
0012. Health and Apartheid, n.d, 1977, 1984, 1985
0013. High Commission of the Kingdom of Lesotho 1979, 1982

 

Box 0048
0014. History of Malawi by Phombeah, Dennis, n.d
0015. Homelands, n.d, 1985
0016. IEC 1993
0017. Institute of Developments Studies, 1987
0018. International Defence and aid fund for Southern Africa 1965, 1975,1977, 1990
0019. International University Exchange Fund (IUEF) 1973, 1977, 1978
0020. Investment and Disinvestments in SA, 1975, 1977
0021. Labour in South Africa, n.d

 

Box 0049
0022. National Convention 1984
0023. Paper presented by Hall, Richard to the revolution in Southern Africa Conference held in Oxford, 1968 March 19
0024. Paper presented by Palme, Olof of the Socialist International Congress, in Geneve, 1976 Nov 26
0025. Political trials and detainees 1967, 1969, 1973, 1977, 1978
0026. Political Violence by Cock, Jacklyn presented at the women in the Struggle for peace conference held in Harare, 1989 April 19 -22
0027. Religion and Education in post-apartheid South Africa, 1986 Nov
0028. SAIRR 1970, 1971, 1974, 1984, 1986
0029. SAIRR and Homelands 1970-1972, 1974, 1977
0030. SAIRR and Wage determination. 1964, 1967, 1969, 1970, 1972, 1974

 

Box 0050
0031. SAIRR Cape Western Region 1985 – 1987
0032. Simon Fraser University, Canada, Compromise between Africans
and Afrikaner Nationalists: The ANC Perceptions, n.d.
0033. Slovo, Joe at the National Student Conference about revolution in Southern Africa, held in Oxford, 1968 March 9
0034. South Africa National Party drastically change 1989
0035. SWAPO 1970, 1972, 1973, 1976-1978, 1984-1989
0036. The ANC Education Project, 1979, 1982, 1983

 

Box 0051
0037. The African Bureau, Rhodesia (known as Zimbabwe) 1971, 1973,1976
0038. The Changing situation in Southern Africa by, Morton Don,Hultman Tami and Knower Reed, 1975?
0039. The Extension of the prevention of terrorism. Power to cover International terrorism: 1984
0040. The former government of South Africa 1978, 1979, 1982?
0041. The Gulf war and public opinion 1991
0042. The Institute of Commonwealth Studies postgraduate seminars on Southern Africa, held in London University, 1972, 1976-1978,1980, 1987-1988, 1990
0043. The Press in South Africa 1972
0044. The South African Trade Union Movement past and present 1974

 

Box 0052
0045.The Twenty Sixth TB Davie Memorial Lecture, Delivered at the University of Cape Town, by Suttner, Raymond, 1984 Sept 26
0046. The Arab Emirates on the role of Mass Media in peace, equality and Development to the International Women’s conference held in Nairobi, 1985 July 15 – 26
0047. The United States and Portuguese Africa, a perspective on American Foreign Policy by Marcus John, 1971
0048. Third session of the third Kangwane Legislative Assembly. Policy And Budget Speech of the Chief Minister 1986

 

Box 0053
0049. Transkei Homeland States. n.d
0050. U.N Conventions on Genocide 1970, 1973
0051. UDF Discussion papers, 1985, 1989
0052. UK bank lending to South Africa since 1984
0053. Women and the Elephant: Putting women on the agenda/ edited by Susan Bazilli. Johannesburg: Ravan, 1991 [Draft article by Frene Ginwala]
0054. Women in the media 1989
0055. Zanzibar Revolution 1964

 

Series IV– Correspondence minutes

 

Box 0054
0001. American Committee on Africa, 1976, 1984
0002. ANC Correspondence on the question of Sanctions, 1991
0003. ANC Telex Messages, 1980- 1986, 1988, 1990
0004. ANC, 1976- 1992
0005. Anti-Apartheid Movement, n.d., 1963, 1976, 1980, 1982-1984, 1986-1988, 1990 /
0006. Arrests of Union Members, 1986
0007. Bophuthatswana National Commercial Corporation (BNCC), 1987 [Includes Press Clippings]
0008. Campaign against Nuclear Power, 1975, 1976 [Includes Campaign Pamphlets]
0009. Campaign against the execution of Solomon Mahlangu, 1979
0009a.Cancas meetings of the ANC members of the national minutes, 1984
0010. France, French Communist Party, 1977

 

Box 0055
0011. General Correspondence, 1962, 1964, 1967, 1975 – 1986
0012. General Correspondence, 1987 -1991, 1993 – 1995
0013. Frene Ginwala, Media Correspondence, 1986, 1988, 1989
0014. International Freedom Foundation, 1989
0015. Kitson, David, 1985 -1987
0016. Labour Party, 1982, 1984, 1986
0017. Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights under Law, 1982- 1984
0018. Mbeki, Moeletsi, 1978 Feb
0019. Norwegian/SA Scholarship Funds [Includes list of Candidates], 1961 – 1962

 

Box 0056
0020. Oil Embargo, 1980, 1982, 1984 -1990
0021. Political Prisoners, 1971, 1976, 1977
0022. Republic of Zambia on Government Service Information and Tourist Bureau for Western Europe, 1971 June 23
0023. Shell Boycott, 1984, 1986 – 1989
0024. Shope, Getrude, 1982
0025. SWAPO of Namibia, 1985, 1986, 1983, 1989
0026. Terrorism, 1984, 1988, 1989
0027. Trade and Cultural Boycotts, 1973, 1978, 1979, 1986, 1987, 1989
0028. Unions, 1979, 1982, 1984, 1985, 1987, 1988, 1990
0029. United Nations, 1971, 1972, 1981, 1988

 

Box 0057
0030. ANC Minutes, n.d., 1974, 1977, 1979- 1980, 1986- 1987
0031. ANC Minutes, 1988-1993
0032. Commonwealth Committee of Foreign Ministers of Southern Africa, 1991 Sept 13
0033. Embargo Committee Minutes, 1989, 1990
0034. House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee: Situation in South Africa, 1984 – 1986
0035. House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee: UK Policy Towards South Africa and the other States of Region, 1990 Dec

 

Box 0058
0036. Media Committee, 1988, 1989
0037. Minutes of a Meeting between President Nye ere Julius K. of Tanzania and Prime Minister Heath of Britain, 1970 Oct 10
0038. Minutes of a Meeting of Church Leaders, SACC President, The Prime Minister and Members of the Cabinet, 1980 Aug 7
0039. Minutes of the ANC Education Project, 1978, 1987, 1990, 1994
0040. Minutes of the feasibility Committee Meeting held in Cape Town, Municipal Workers Association, 1983 July 1
0041. Minutes of the Meeting of the Coordinating Committee of the International Anti-Apartheid Year, held at the United Nations Association, 1979 Feb 1
0042. Minutes of the Meeting of the ICFTU Coordinating Committee on South Africa, 1984 Dec
0043. Project Inaugural Meetings Held at Cambridge Consultant Ltd. (CCL), 1984
0044. Regional Political Committee (RPC), 1986 – 1988
0045. The Black Consumer Association, 1986
0046. United Nations Assembly Special Committee against Apartheid, 1980

 

 

Series V– Statements / Press Statements

Box 0059
0001. A.N.C Statements 1975 – 1982, 1986, 1989 – 1991 [Includes Statements of Nzo, Alfred. Ginwala, Frene, Slovo, Joe and Sisulu, Albertina]
0002. AAM on Botha Visit to U.K 1984
0003. Address by Mr GWH Relly at the consultative Business Movement /ANC Conference held in Johannesburg, 1990 May 23
0004. Address by Naidoo, Jay to the Durban Child and Family Welfare Organization, on the occasion of the 60th Anniversary 1988 July15
0005. Address by Van Engelshoven J.M.H, Managing Director of Royal Dutch Petroleum Company, about the challenges for coal in Europe at the coal 1988 Conference held in Amsterdam, 1988 Nov 21
0006. ANC Deputy President Mandela, Nelson R., 1990- 1991, 1993

 

Box 0060
0007. ANC Land Commission Statements 1991 [includes report]
0008. ANC National Executive Committee (NEC) statements 1979, 1981-1983,1990
0009. ANC President Tambo, Oliver R Message to the World Campaign Against Military and Nuclear Collaboration with South Africa 1979 March 28
0010. ANC President, Tambo, Oliver R Statements, 1968, 1980, 1985, 1987, 1991
0011. ANC Treasurer General, Nkobi, T.T. statements, n.d, 1971, 1980, 1982, 1984
0012. ANC/ IFP Joint statements, 1990, 1991
0013. ANGLO-AMERICAN CORPORATION of SA Chairman, Mr Relly G.W.H 1989 -1990

 

Box 0061
0014. British Aid to South Africa, 1988
0015. British Information Services. Rhodesia Issues 1962, 1965
0016. Buthelezi Mangosuthu G. statements, 1975, 1976
0017. Buthelezi Mangosuthu G. statements, 1978
0018. Buthelezi Mangosuthu G. Statements, 1979
0019. Buthelezi Mangosuthu G. statements, 1980, 1983
0020. Buthelezi Mangosuthu G. statements, 1987, 1990
0021. Canadian University Service Overseas. N.d
0022. Chief Luthuli Albert, President of the ANC, n.d., 1963

 

Box 0062
0023. Committee for Freedom in Mozambique Statement on the Edward Mondlane Fund, 1969, March 29
0024. Commonwealth 1985 -1987
0025. Commonwealth Committee of Foreign Ministers on Southern Africa. 1988
0026. Council of Unions of South Africa statement, 1986
0027. Dormer Terence R. Commonwealth Secretariat to the Forty Seventh Meeting of the Advisory Committee on the UNETPSA held in New York 1988 May 1
0028. European Community Statements on the political situation in south Africa, held in Luxembourg, 1985 Sept 10
0029. Fifth Session of the Interaction Council final Statement, held in Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia. 1987 April 19
0030. Homelands, Ciskei and Transkei 1978, 1983
0031. Institute of West Asian and African Studies: Peaceful change in S.A n.d
0032. International Conference of the European Economic Community And South Africa statement by Hon. Secretary of the Irish Anti-Apartheid Movement, Burton Joan, the conference was held in Dublin Ireland,1979. Jan 27
0033. Lawyer’s Committee for Civil Rights under Law 1981, 1983, 1984,1986, 1988

 

Box 0063
0034. Messages of Machel, Samora President of FRELIMO, 1974, 1975
0035. Messages received at the meeting to mark the U.N day of Solidarity with the people of South Africa and to celebrate 70th birthday of the president of the Anti-Apartheid Movement, Arch Huddleston Trevor 1983 June 16
0036. MP and leader of the Labour Party RT. Hon Kinnock, Neil, 1985
0037. News on S.A and Sanctions 1986, 1988
0038. Oil boycott Against South Africa, 1986
0039. PALME Commission: Statement on Southern Africa. N.d
0040. Political Prisoners, 1964, 1978
0041. Prominent figures of the government of Zambia, 1965, 1987
0042. Reply on the Coloured people’ congress President, Mr. Barney Desai to the Editorial of the External Mission of the ANC Published in Spotlight Dar-es-Salaam, 1965 Aug 13
0043. Response and the statement of Governor Dukakis Michael, S, 1987, 1988
0044. Rev Chikane, Frank Statements, 1989

 

Box 0064
0045. Rhodesian Veteran’s Association 1987
0046. RT. Hon. Kinnock, Neil, MP and leader of the Labour Party, 1985
0047. SACTU Statements, 1976, 1989
0048. SAHA (South African Institute of International Affairs), The Southern Africa Instability: 1974- 1975
0049. SAIRR Statements 1964, 1965, 1966, 1969, 1972, 1973
0050. SAIRR Topical Briefing 1984
0051. SAIRRR and Housing 1971
0052. Shipping Research Bureau Statements on the Shipping of Oil to SA 1985, 1991
0053. South African Congress of Trade Unions statements, 1976 Sept 9
0054. Speech for Scottish Council on Africa, n.d
0055. Speech for Scottish Council on Africa by Thatcher Margaret 1989

 

Box 0065
0056. Statement at the Amilcar, Cabral Memorial meeting, held in
Oxford, 1973 Jan 29. [Includes programme and Pamphlet]
0057. Statement from the United States, n.d, 1983
0058. Statements of the State President of the National Party Government of SA Mr. De Klerk, F.W. 1990- 1991
0059. Statements on the US Government. South Africa Policy, 1989
0060. Statements presented at the occasion of the SACTU’s Birthday held in Dar es Salaam, 1978 Marcus
0061. SW APO Statements, 1975, 1977, 1980
0062. Swedish Social Democratic Party, 1977, 1987
0063. Testimonies Presented before the Senate subcommittee on Security and terrorism 1982 March
0064. Text of the Address by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Tanzania, Mkapai, Benjamin N, at the Seminar on Southern Africa, Dar es Salaam,1977 Sept 3
0065. Thatcher, M speech: 1989

 

Box 0066
0066. The 1987 Annual Conference of the teachers Association of South Africa by Prof Moodley Kogila, 1987
0067. The Academic Culture boycott 1986, 1987
0068. The Angolan head of state to the United Nations secretary general on the problems of Southern Africa n.d
0069. The Cabinet Ministers of the Apartheid, National Party Government of SA,1986, 1990
0070. The Church on the Struggle against Apartheid 1976-1978, 1980- 1982, 1985, 1988
0071. The Cultural Boycott against Apartheid S.A 1974, 1975, 1982, 1985, 1989
0072. The Embassy of the People Republic of Angola, Lusaka, 1979
0073. The impact of Sanctions on the Economy of South Africa, n.d, 1985, 1987, 1988, 1989
0074. The Nationalist Organizations [FRELIMO], 1962, 1963, 1990
0075. The State President, Mr. PW Botha of the National Party Government of SA, 1986-1988

 

Box 0067
0076. U.N Centre against Apartheid, 1973
0077. U.N Centre against Apartheid, 1978
0078. U.N Centre against Apartheid, 1976
0079. U.N Centre against Apartheid, 1979
0080. U.N Centre against Apartheid, 1980
0081. U.N Centre against Apartheid, 1981
0082. U.N Centre against Apartheid, 1982

 

Box 0068
0083. U.N Centre on Transnational Corporations. Transnational Corporations in SA and Namibia 1989
0084. U.N Unit on Apartheid, 1970
0085. U.N Unit on Apartheid, 1972
0086. U.N Unit on Apartheid, 1974
0087. U.N Unit on Apartheid, 1983
0088. U.S.A House of Representative on sanctions against SA, 1971, 1988, 1990
0089. Zimbabwe African National Union Statement, 1965 Jan 6

 

Box 0069
0090. AAM Press Release, 1971, 1983, 1985, 1986, 1988
0091. ANC Press comments on Resistance inside the country 1976, 1977
0092. ANC Press report on comrade Hani, Chris’ assassination, 1988 April
0093. ANC Press Statements, 1962, 1968, 1969, 1975, 1981
0094. ANC Press Statements, 1984-1989
0095. ANC Press Statements, 1990, 1991, 1993
0096. Angola Republic, Embassy Press releases, 1962, 1981
0097. Boycott of Shell, 1986
0098. COSATU / SACTU, n.d, 1985
0099. COSATU Press statements, 1979, 1987 -1990
0100. CUSA, 1985
0101. ICFTU Press conference, 1964
0102. Press Statement by Ginwala, Frene at the press conference on the Military -Nuclear Collaboration between federal Republics of Germany held in Bonn, 1978 July 6
0103. RT Hon Kinnock, Neil, MP and Leader of the Labour Party, 1984
0104. SW APO Press releases, 1977 -1978
0105. Terrorism Bill, 1984, 1-986
0106. The Nuclear Axis by Cerverke Zdenele and Rogers Barbara, 1978 July 27

 

 

Series VI –Memoranda / Reviews / Declarations/Submissions

Box 0070
0001. ANC memoranda, 1976, 1982
0002. Anti-Apartheid Movement, 1977, 1982-1983, 1985 – 1989
0003. Cooperation between UNESCO and the Government of the Democratic Republic of South Africa, 1991, 1994
0004. Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights under Law, 1985, 1986
0005. Memoranda of the ANC Education Project, 1961, 1971, 1977
0006. Memoranda on terrorism, 1983, 1984
0007. Memoranda submitted to the Honourable Prime Ministers of the Commonwealth Countries, 1964
0008. Memoranda to the Commonwealth Heads of States, 1961, 1965, 1971
0009. Memorandum on Political Prisoners, 1971 Feb
0010. Memorandum on the relations between US and Portugal, 1970
0011. Memorandum on the relations between US and South Africa, 1970
0012. Memorandum submitted by New Age on the Undesirable Publication Bill introduced by the minister of interior during the1961 session of the Parliament, 1961
0013. Memorandum to the World Medical Association, 1982

 

Box 0071
0014. OAU Portugal relations, n.d.
0015. OAU, South African relations, 1968, 1970
0016. South African Congress of Trade Unions, 1971, 1978, 1982
0017. The Association of the Luthuli Cultural and Welfare Services, 1982
0018. A Critical Review of Joe Slovo’s “Has Socialism Failed” by Jordan Pallo, 1990 June
0019. Reviews on the Struggle Against Apartheid in South Africa, n.d., 1986, 1989
0020. The Anti-Apartheid Movement Review, 1990
0021. The Urban Foundation Review, 1990
0022. ANC declarations, 1975, 1989 [
0023. Anti-Apartheid Movement declaration for the release of Nelson Mandela, 1981
0024. Declaration Sur l’Angola et l’Afrique Australe, 1976?
0025. European Economic Community (EEC), conference final Declaration, 1982 Nov 27
0026. Non Aligned Movement (NAM), on the situation in South Africa, Belgrade, 1989 Sept 4
0027. The Anti-Apartheid Movement Submission to the United Nations Special Committee on the Policies of Apartheid Government of South Africa, 1962
0028. Apartheid Propaganda Offensive, an integral part of the strategy for Survival submitted to Commonwealth Secretariat, 1985 May 13
0029. Submission on the question of foreign investment in South Africa, 1977 Nov 30
0030. Submission to the Special Committee on the situation with regard to the implementation of the declaration on the granting of Independence to colonial countries and people, by the ANC, 1965 June 9

 

 

Series VII ̶ Biographies / Tributes /Bills / Circulars / Notes

 

BOX 0072
0001. Australian Prime Minister the Rt. Hon. Hawke, Robert; Mnisi, Aaron; Marks, J.B.; Collins, John Lewis; Most Rev Huddleston, Trevor E. U., n.d.
0002. Ngoyi, Lillian Masediba; Tamana, Dora
0003. SAIIR Supplements to the Legislation Acts, 1974
0004. The Senate of the USA, the House of Representatives 1985, 1987, 1989
0005. Union of South Africa, 1950, 1955
0006. CTUC Circular, 1986
0007. ICFTU Circular, 1985
0008. Socialist International Mission to Southern Africa, 1977
0009. Frene Ginwala Notes, 1962-1971-1975, 1980-1982, 197-1989
0010. Oi; Notes, n.d

 

 

Series VIII ̶ Press Clippings

Sub series 1 – ANC

Box 0073
0001. ANC and the Struggle, 1980-1981, 1986-1980
0002. Daily News Briefing, 1993 May-June
0003. Daily Press Briefing, 1992 July-Aug
0004. Daily Press Briefing, 1992 Oct

 

Box 0074
0005. Daily Press Briefing, 1992 Sep
0006. Daily Press Briefing, 1993 April, June
0007. Daily Press, 1993 Feb –March

 

Box 0075
0008. Press Articles, 1992 Oct
0009. Press Articles, 1993 Jan- Feb
0010. Press Articles, 1993 March -April

 

Box 0076
0011. Press Briefing, 1992 Sep
0012. Press Briefing, 1993 March-June
0013. Weekend Briefing, 1993 May

 

Sub series 2 ̶ South Africans and the struggle

BOX 0077
0001. Afrikaner Nationalism, 1981-1984, 1986
0002. Afrikaners Resistance to Change, 1985-1986
0003. Apartheid and racism. 1973, 1977, 1980, 1982, 1984-1986
0004. Apartheid Slowly Dying, 1985-1987
0005. Bannings and Trials, 1975, 1976, 1980-1981
0006. Black Consciousness Movement, 1977-1979, 1981-1983, 1985
0007. Black Education, 1976-1977, 1980-1982, 1989
0008. Black Township and unrest, 1976, 1977, 1983, 1986
0009. Botha, P.W. Constitutional Change in S.A, 1980-1986, 1988
0010. Botha, P.W. Political instability forced change, 1985
0011. Boycotts, (Sports, Cultural, Goods), 1976, 1981, 1983, 1985- 1988
0012. Bus Boycotts, 1979-1982

 

Box 0078
0013. Churches and the Struggle against apartheid, 1973, 1976, 1977
0014. Coloureds and the Labour Party, 1974, 1976-17977, 1979-1985
0015. Commerce, 1977-1980, 1982
0016. Committee of Ten, 1977-1980
0017. Convictions and Sentences, 1961, 1964
0018. De Klerk, F.W., Drastical Changes in SA, 1989-1990
0019. Housing for Blacks, 1979-1983, 1988, 1990
0020. Inkatha and Buthelezi, M.G., 1972, 1978-1983, 1985-1986, 1988

 

Box 0079
0021. June 16 Remembrance, 1976, 1980
0022. Justice System of Apartheid, 1971, 1973, 1975, 1976, 1978, 1979, 1981-1986
0023. Labour Codes, 1978-1981
0024. Negotiations for political, economic changes in SA, 1978, 1980- 1982, 1985, 1986
0025. Negotiations of the ANC in Pretoria, 1990
0026. Organisations, 1980 – 1981
0027. Political Parties in SA, 1969, 1974-1976, 1978 – 1983, 1988- 1990
0028. Political Prisoners and Executions, 1971, 1973, 1976 – 1979, 1981-1986, 1989
0029. Political Violence and Conflict in SA, 1971, 1976, 1983, 1985, 1986, 1988
0030. Prosecution of Christie Renfrew, 1980

 

Box 0080
0031. Protests, 1987
0032. SA Indians and the Struggle, 1968, 1978, 1979, 1986-1990
0033. SA Schools and Universities, 1976 -1984
0034. SASO and BPC Trial, 1976 Feb
0035. School and University Boycotts, 1971, 1980, 1986
0036. Securities Clashes throughout the Countries, 1980
0037. Soweto Uprisings, 1976
0038. Squatter Camps and Forceful Removals, 1975 – 1987

 

Box 0081
0039. State of Emergency in South Africa, 1976, 1986, 1990
0040. Students and the Struggle, 1973, 1977, 1979, 1980-1982, 1987, 1990
0041. The Press and Apartheid, 1969, 1973, 1975, 1977 -1991
0042. The Struggle against Apartheid, 1976-1991
0043. Trade Unions, 1980, 1981, 1983 – 1986
0044. Transitional Government Arrangements, 1991
0045. Tutu, Desmond, and the release Mandela Campaign, 1980, 1983
0046. UDF (United Democratic Front), 1976, 1983 – 1988

 

Box 0082
0047. Unions, 1981
0048. University of Western Cape, 1989
0049. Urban Bantu Council, 1977 – 1979
0050. Urban Bantu Councils, 1980 -1981

 

Box 0083
0051. Urban Bantu Councils, 1982 – 1983
0052. Vorster Regime, 1972, 1973, 1976- 1978
0053. Wages and Poverty for blacks, 1979 -1988
0054. Women and the Struggle against Apartheid, 1977, 1980-1986
0055. Workers Union, 1973, 1976, 1977, 1979, 1980- 1989

 

 

Sub series 3- Homelands

Box 0084
0001. Bophuthatswana, 1975 -1979
0002. Bophuthatswana, 1980 -1983
0003. Ciskei, 1976 – 1980
0004. Ciskei, 1981 -1985
0005. Consolidation of Homelands, 1973, 1980- 1984, 1986- 1987
0006. Gazankulu, 1977 – 1982
0007. Kangwane, 1977, 1978, 1980- 1982, 1986

 

Box 0085
0008. Kwandebele, 1978, 1980-1982, 1986
0009. Kwazulu, 1975 – 1979
0010. Kwazulu, 1980- 1983, 1986, 1989
0011. Lebowa, 1975 – 1978, 1980-1983
0012. Pondoland, n.d.
0013. Qwaqwa, 1976, 1977, 1979- 1982
0014. Transkei, 1975 – 1979
0015. Transkei, 1980-1984
0016. Venda, 1972, 1975, 1978 – 1982, 1984, 1985

 

 

Sub series 4 ̶ Countries

Box 0086
0001. Angola, Guinea Bissau and Mozambique, 1974
0002. Arab, 1980 -1982
0003. Australia, 1978, 1985, 1986, 1989
0004. Botswana, 1985
0005. Britain, 1973, 1976 – 1978, 1985 – 1987
0006. Canada, 1979, 1982- 1983, 1986
0007. Denmark, 1980, 1988
0008. France, 1974, 1979 – 1983
0009. Gennany, 1975, 1976, 1977 -1982
0010. India/ Sri Lanka, 1981 – 1983, 1986
0011. Iran, 1979- 1980, 1981
0012. Israel, 1976-1983, 1985, 1990

 

Box 0087
0013. Italy, 1981, 1982
0014. Japan, 1979, 1980- 1982, 1985, 1986
0015. Latin America, 1980- 1982
0016. Lesotho, 1979, 1980, 1983 -1987
0017. Moscow, 1980, 1981, 1987 – 1989
0018. Mozambique, 1979-1986
0019. Namibia, 1973, 1975, 1976, 1978 – 1981, 1983 -1989
0020. Netherlands, 1978 -1983, 1985
0021. New Zealand, 1971 – 1972
0022. Nigeria, 1978 – 1981, 1984
0023. Norway, 1979- 1981, 1984, 1985
0024. Rhodesia, 1968, 1976 -1977, 1979 – 1985
0025. Southern Africa and the Struggle, 1982 -1984

 

Box 0088
0026. Swaziland, 1980 -1984-
0027. Sweden 1981, 1983
0028. Seychelles, 1980-1983
0029. Taiwan, 1980, 1981
0030. Tanganyika, 1961, 1964, 1970, 1971
0031. USA, 1977, 1980-1989
0032. Zambia, 1974, 1976, 1984, 1989
0033. Zanzibar, 1964

 

 

Sub series 5 ̶ Sanctions

Box 0089
0001. ANC calls for Sanctions, 1985, 1986, 1989
0002. Anglo American Corporation, 1979 – 1982, 1986 – 1988, 1990
0003. Angola and Unita, 1963, 1965, 1974, 1976, 1978, 1979- 1986, 1989
0004. Apartheid and Technology, 1980-1983
0005. Anns and Military, 1978 – 1979, 1982
0006. Barclays, 1986
0007. Bureau for State Security (BOSS)/ Department of National Security (DONS), 1969, 1979-1981
0008. Chemicals, 1976, 1979- 1982
0009. Churches and Apartheid, 1975 – 1976, 1978- 1979
0010. Churches and Apartheid, 1980- 1987, 1989, 1990

 

Box 0090
0011. Commonwealth, 1965, 1979, 1985, 1986, 1989
0012. Dr. Kissinger, H., American Secretary of State, 1975 – 1977, 1983
0013. European Economic Community (EEC), 1977 – 1982, 1985 – 1987, 1991
0014. International University Exchange Fund, 1980
0015. Labour Markets, 1979-1982
0016. Leaders of the Struggle against Apartheid, 1989 – 1990
0017. Marimpex, Sweden, 1989
0018. Military, n.d. [Written in Foreign Language]
0019. Minerals and Oil Sanctions, 1975, 1979-1988
0020. Mining Industry, 1971, 1981 -1982, 1983, 1986, 1987
0021. National Intelligence Service (NIS) and the Spies, 1978 -1987
0022. National Security Management Systems, 1989
0023. OAU, 1973, 1976, 1985, 1986
0024. Oil Embargo, 1977, 1979, 1985, 1986
0025. Political instability in Southern Africa, 1982, 1986, 1989
0026. SA and Sanctions, 1977, 1985, 1986
0027. SA Defence Communications, 1979 -1982
0028. SA Defence, 1978 -1984, 1986-1987, 1990

 

Box 0091
0029. SA Nuclear Programme, 1975 -1978, 1980- 1983, 1985 – 1987, 1990
0030. SADC and Sanctions, 1985 – 1986
0031. Sanctions and South African Gold, 1979 -1984
0032. Sasol, 1980
0033. Shell Boycott, 1987, 1988 – 1989
0034. Shipping Research Bureau, 1983, 1984, 1986
0035. Sports Sanctions, 1982
0036. The Impact of Sanctions against SA to the World, 1969, 1973-1979
0037. The Impact of Sanctions against SA to the World, 1980-1983
0038. The Impact of Sanctions against SA to the World, 1985 -1988
0039. The Impact of Sanctions against SA to the World, 1989-1991
0040. The Impact of Sanctions on the Trade Industry, 1986- 1991
0041. The Impact of Sanctions to the Frontline States, 1985, 1986
0042. Trade and investment in SA, 1983, 1985, 1989
0043. Travel Sanctions, 1980
0044. United Nations and Sanctions, 1981

 

 

Sub series 6 ̶ General

Box 0092
0001. African Affairs, 1964, 1969, 1979, 1982, 1983, 1985 – 1988
0002. ANC Weekend Press clips on Names of Members of Parliament, 1994 Jan
0003. Anti-Apartheid Movement, 1965, 1974, 1981, 1983 – 1987
0004. Black Lawyers and Justice, 1977, 1982, 1987
0005. Botha Visit to UK, 1984
0006. Broadcasting, 1979, 1990
0007. Commonwealth, 1987, 1989
0008. CUSA/AZACTU, 1987
0009. Escom, 1981
0010. Healey Denis, 1970
0011. Health and Welfare in SA, 1969, 1977 -1986, 1988
0012. Labour Party and Social Democratic Party, 1985
0013. Luthuli, Albert; Mondlane, Edward; Nyerere, Julius and Neto Agostino, 1961, 1972, 1979
0014. Made in Portugal, 1972 June 17
0015. Mandela, Nelson R., 1973, 1981 1983, 1985 – 1986

 

Box 0093
0016. Mozambique Rebels, 1972, 1982 -1985
0017. Mozambique, Financial Times, 1972, 1991
0018. Mozambique, Massacre in the Tete Village, 1973
0019. Mozambique, Portugal Colony, 1970-1974
0020. Mozambique’s Poor Economy, 1969, 1971, 1979-1984, 1986, 1987
0021. Murder of Cabral, Amilcar, 1973
0022. Portugal Colonialists 1962, 1974
0023. Press Statements from Newspapers by President Mr. Botha, P.W.,
1986, 1987 [Includes Clips on Dr. Verwoerd H.F.]
0024. Profiles of Father Huddleston, Trevor; Chief Luthuli, Albert and Mandela, Nelson R.
0025. Rural Black Development in the Townships, 1977, 1980- 1983
0026. SA Government Attacks Mozambique, 1977, 1980 -1983
0027. Scholarships, 1981
0028. Smith, Ian, Prime Minister of Zimbabwe
0029. South Africa Firms (Companies) 1977, 1983, 1985 – 1987
0030. South Africa and Mozambican Rebels, 1981, 1983
0031. South African Indian Congress Leader, Dr. Dadoo Y., 1883
0032. The Struggle in Mozambique, 1973, 1979-1983, 1985 -1986
0033. United Nations, 1971, 1973, 1977, 1980, 1983, 1985 -1987
0034. Worrall, Denis, 1987

 

 

Series IX ̶ Pamphlets

 

Box 0094
0001. ANC Events, 1975 – 1990
0002. ANC Pamphlets, 1967, 1975 – 1980, 1983, 1985 -1987, 1989- 1990
0003. ANC Press Statements
0004. ANC Tribute to Comrades who passed away, 1969, 1974, 1976, 1978 -1980, 1983, 1986- 1990
0005. ANC, No to Executions, 1977, 1982, 1985 -1987, 1990
0006. Churches 1975, 1976, 1979, 1982, 1989
0007. Committee on South African War resistance, n.d., 1984
0008. COSATU/SACTU Pamphlets of the Struggle against Apartheid, n.d., 1980, 1983, 1984 -1987
0009. Dr. Dadoo Yusuf, Birthday Party and Memorial, 1979, 1983
0010. Joe Slovo Memorial, 1995 Jan
0011. PAFMECA, 1962 Feb
0012: Pamphlets on the Campaign against the execution of Political Prisoners, 1979, 1983
0013. Sharpeville and after, suppression and liberation in Southern Africa By American Committee on Africa, 1960
0014. South African Communist Party, n.d., 1986
0015. Squatter Camps and Forceful Removals, 1983?
0016. The Uganda Action Group, 1959

 

 

Series X ̶ Memorabilia

 

Box 0095
0001. Invitations

 

 

Series XI –Photographs/videos

 

Box 0096
0001. Cultural events, SOMAFCO Tanzania, 1983 Oct (information provided at the back of every photo)
0002. Different events in Dakawa, SOMAFCO Tanzania, 1983 Nov (information provided at the back of every photo)
0003. Different events, SOMAFCO Tanzania, 1983 Aug (information provided at the back of every photo
0004. Different events, SOMAFCO Tanzania, 1983 Dec (information provided at the back of every photo)
0005. Different events, SOMAFCO Tanzania, 1984 Jan (information provided at the back of every photo)
0006. Jamaica, Dellmar Youth Rally, n.d)
0007. Minty, Abdul, Students Sports, SOMAFCO logo, SOMAFCO Tanzania, 1983?
0008. Prime Minister of South Africa, Mr. Vorster, Balthazar, Photograph By Kopec, Jan of Camera Press in London,
0009. September, Dulcie, n.d.
0010. Site of the new Dairy Farm, SOMAFCO Tanzania, and 1984 Feb [Information provided at the back of every photo]
0011. Tambo, Oliver Reginald and other Members of the ANC, SOMAFCOTanzania, 1983 April [information provided at the back of every photo]
0012. Tambo, Oliver Reginald, visit to Guyana, n.d.
0013. Tambo, Oliver Reginald, visit to Nicaragua
0014. Works of Art done by Students, SOMAFCO Tanzania, 1983 Sept [Information provided at the back of every photo]

 

 

Series XII – Publications

 

Sub series 1 – Periodicals

BOX 0097
0001. AAM Publications 1964, 1965, 1967, 1972, 1975, 1976, 1979, 1982-1984, 1988
0002. Africa Digest, 1961
0003. Africa Insider, 1988 Jan
0004. Africa Report, 1963, 1967
0005. Africa Research Group reprint 4, The CIA is an equal opportunity Employer by Shechter Dan, Ansara Michael, Kolodney David, n.d.
0006. African Social Security Series by ISSA (International Social Security Association), 1969, 1970
0007. Aida Parker Newsletter, 1986 July 1
0008. American Committee on Africa (ACOA) Publications, 1964,1975, 1989, 1990
0009. American Committee on Africa Newsletters 1982-1984, 1986, 1988
0010. An independent Socialist Magazine, 1986 April

 

Box 0098
0011. ANC Information Bulletin on Political prisoners, 1976 – 1977
0012. ANC News Report, 1981
0013. ANC Newsletters, South Africans for Peace, Phakathi, Vukani – Awake, Amandla-Maatla, ANC News, 1963, 1967, 1975, 1976
0014. ANC of SA UK Mission, 1979 -1981, 1983
0015. ANC Pamphlets 1978, 1981
0016. ANC Publications, n.d., 1976, 1981, 1982, 1990
0017. ANC Revolutionary Perspectives, 1978 June
0018. ANC, A Soviet task force? By Campbell, Keith of the Institute for The study of Terrorism in South Africa, 1986?
0019. Angola in Arms: M.P.L.A 1971, 1972, 1962
0020. Angola Publications, n.d., 1981

 

Box 0099
0021. Anti-Apartheid Movement, Members newsletter, 1972, 1973
0022. Anti-Apartheid News, 1983, 1984
0023. Assagai, 1963
0024. Assessing the impact of economic Sanctions on Black Welfare in
South Africa by the SA Communist Party, the Pan African Congress of SA. 1970, 1981
0025. AWEPAA News Bulletin 1990
0026. Azania Combat, 1974
0027. Azania Frontline, no. 5 and no. 11, 1984, 1985
0028. Barometer on Negotiation Volume 2, Number 1, 2, 4 1990
0029. Boycott Shell Bulletins, 1987
0030. Briefing Paper of the International Defence and Aid Fund, 1982-1985
0031. Briefing Paper, 1985, 1986
0032. British Investment in Southern Africa 1963, 1970
0033. Bulletin of the UBJ, n.d.
0034. Business Africa 1993
0035. Challenge, n.d.
0036. Chamber of Mines, 1989
0037. Christian Concern for Southern Africa (CCSA) Newsletters, 1987, 1988, 1989
0038. Commonwealth News release 1985, 1986, 1990
0039. Community Newsletters, n.d., 1980, 1981
0040. COSATU Congress Special, 1987
0041. Crisis no. 1 and 2, 1977 March – April
0042. Cultural Events in Africa, 1964, 1965 – 1966

 

Box 0100
0043. Daily Challenge, 1990 March 26
0044. Democracy in Action, 1988, 1989
0045. Development Dialogue, 1987
0046. EDICESA news, vol. 2 no. 6, 1989
0047. Embargo Newsletter no. 4, 1987
0048. Executive Memorandum, 1986
0049. Fact Paper of the International Defence and Aid Fund, no. 1, 2 and no.4, 1976-1977
0050. Financial Mail, 1980 Feb 22
0051. Focus Indexes of issues 1 – 12, 1976- 1989
0052. Focus no.1-19, News Bulletins of the International Defence and Aid Fund, 1975 – 1978
0053. Focus no. 20 – 37, News Bulletins of the International Defence and Aid Fund, 1979 -1989
0054. Focus no. 38 – 61, News Bulletins of the International Defence and Aid Fund, 1982- 1985
0055. Focus no. 62 – 85, News Bulletins of the International Defence and Aid Fund, 1986 – 1989

 

Box 0101
0056. Focus no. 86 – 90, News Bulletins of the International Defence and Aid Fund, 1990
0057. Focus on South Africa, 1989
0058. Focus Special Issues 1 and 2, 1980, 1981
0059. FRELIMO Publications 1977 (other material written in Portuguese Language)
0060. Frontline, 1979 Dec
0061. Grassroots, Aug 1980
0062. Group Inter Groep, 1979, 1980
0063. CSA bulletin, International Committee against Apartheid in Southern Africa, 1981 – 1983
0064. Information South Africa . .and Analysis 1962 – 1963
0065. International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU) Publications, 1983, 1985
0066. International Labour Organisation (ILO), 1983, 1985
0067. International Mobilisation, 1980- 1990
0068. Israel Foreign Affairs 1986- 1990, 1992
0069. ISSSA International Terrorism 1985
0070. Izwilethu, Ilizwi lase Rhini, 1983, 1987
0071. Kampala Agreement. The Documents covering the decisions Arrived at by the Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika government in Redressing the imbalances of trade between them 1964
0072. Krugerrand, 1985

 

Box 0102
0073. KW ASA, an official newsletter of the Media Workers Association of South Africa (MW ASA) vol. 1 no. 7, 1981 April
0074. Labour publications, 1976, 1979
0075. Maltreatment and Torture of Prisoners in SA by Ahmad Barakat, 1973
0076. Mayibuye Number 3 -5, 7, 8, 12 1981, Number 1, 7 -10 1982
0077. Mayibuye Volume. 1 10, 11 1967, Volume. 2 Number 26-4 1968, Number 10 1969
0078. Mayibuye Volume. 2 Numbers 1-2, 7, 9-24 1968

 

Box 0103
0079. Mayibuye Volume. I Number 1- 4, 6-9 1978
0080. Mozambique Information Bulletin Number 1, 12-18 1977, Number 19, 22 1978
0081. Mozambique Publications, 1961, 1965, 1968, 1971, 1975, 1977
0082. Mozambique Revolution publications, 1964, 1968 -1971, 1975, 1978
0083. Multinational Publications, 1986 April 15

 

Box 0104
0084. Namibia publications, 1976, 1978
0085. National Security, South Africa, 1987 -1988
0086. New Life by Rex Close 1950
0087. New Nation, n.d.
0088. Nordic Newsletter no. 2 1990
0089. North West and Multinational Investment in South Africa Links 4,7 Anti -Apartheid Liaison Committee 1981
0090. Notes and Briefings of the International Defence and Aid Fund, no 90/3 and 91/1, 1990, 1991
0091. Noticias, Maputo, 1977
0092. Pensions Investments Research Consultants (PIRC), 1988, 1989
0093. Phakathi vol. 1 no 2, 1976 October
0094. Public Investment and South Africa 1983, 1984
0095. Race Relations Journal of the South Africa Institute of Race Relations 1933 -1935, 1937.

 

Box 0105
0096. Race Relations Journal of the South African Institute of Race Relations 1938, 1939, 1941
0097. Race Relations Journals, 1953, 1956 -1959, 1961
0098. Race Relations News 1938 – 1949

 

Box 0106
0099 Race Relations News 1950-1953
0100. Race Relations News 1956-1958

 

Box 0107
0101. Race Relations News 1959 -1962
0102. Race Relations News 1963 -1966
0103. Race Relations News 1967 -1969

 

Box 0108
0104. Race Relations News 1970-1973
0105. Race Relations News 1974-1976
0106. Race Relations News 1977 -1979

 

Box 0109
0107. Race Relations News 1980, 1981, 1983, 1987
0108. Rand Daily, 1978 Nov
0109. RPC Newsletters, 1982, 1983, 1985 -1991
0110. SA coal Insight, 1988 Oct
0111. SA dialogue vol. 1 no. 2and vol. 2 no. 3 and 6, 1989, 1990
0112. Sanctions against apartheid government 1981, 1986, 1987
0113. SASO vol. 1 -no. 1, 1977 June
0114. Scottish South African Society (SSAS), 1987 Oct
0115. Searchlight, 1970-1974
0116. Shell Boycott Publications
0117. Solidarity -Broadsheet of Sheffield Campaign against Racism
0118. South Africa -Information and Analysis, a monthly bulletin Edited by Mphahlele Ezekiel and Neville Rubin, 1964 Jan

 

Box 0110
0119. South Africa Freedom News 1962 -1967
0120. South Africa’s Theologized Nationalism by Villa-Vincencio, Charles, 1977 Oct 4
0121. South African Newsletter, 1983, 1987
0122. South African Students Press Union (SASPU)-National, 1981, 1983
0123. South, 1990 Feb 8- 14
0124. Southern Africa Affairs Volume 1 Number 6 1970, Volume 1 Number 8 1971
0125. Southern Africa Perspectives, 1982, 1984, 1985, 1990
0126. Southern African News Agency (SANA), 1978

 

Box 0111
0127. Spearhead the Pan-African Review Volume I, Number 1, 1961
0128. Spearhead the Pan-African Review Volume I, Number 2, 1961
0129. Spearhead the Pan-African Review Volume I, Number 3, 1962
0130. Spearhead the Pan-African Review Volume I, Number 4, 1962
0131. Spearhead the Pan-African Review Volume I, Number 5, 1962
0132. Spearhead the Pan-African Review Volume I, Number 6, 1962
0133. Spearhead the Pan-African Review Volume I, Number 7, 1962
0134. Spearhead the Pan-African Review Volume I, Number 8, 1962
0135. Spearhead the Pan-African Review Volume I, Number 9, 1962
0136. Spearhead the Pan-African Review Volume I, Number 10, 1962
0137. Spearhead the Pan-African Review Volume I, Number 11, 1962
0138. Spearhead the Pan-African Review Volume II, Number 1, 1963
0139. Duplicate Copies of Spearhead removed—–remove
0140. Duplicate Copies of Spearhead removed———remove
0141. Duplicate Copies of Spearhead removed——–remove
0142. Spearhead the Pan-African Review Volume II, Number 2, 1963
0143. Spearhead the Pan-African Review Volume II, Number 3, 1963
0144. Spearhead the Pan-African Review Volume II, Number 4, 1963

 

 

Box 0112 (Removed)

 

 

Box 0013 (removed)

 

 

Box 0114
0145. Sports Boycotts 1975, 1989
0146. Spotlight on South Africa an ANC News Digest Volume 3, Number 1, 1964, Volume 3, Number 3 -6, 8 -22 1965
0147. Spotlight on South Africa an ANC News Digest Volume 3, Number 23 -41, 1965
0148. Spotlight on South Africa an ANC News Digest Volume 3, Number 43 -52, 1965

 

Box 0115
0149. Spotlight on South Africa an ANC News Digest Volume 4, Number 1 -14, 37 -39, 44, 49 -52, 1966
0150. Spotlight on South Africa an ANC News Digest Volume 5, Number 1 -6, 8, 13 -19, 21, 22, 1967
0151. Spotlight on South Africa an ANC News Digest Volume 5, Number 23 -50, 1967
0152. Spotlight on South Africa an ANC News Digest Volume 6, Number 1 – 10, 1968

 

Box 0116
0153. Spotlight on South Africa an ANC News Digest Volume 8, Number 2-14, 17, 20, 21, 23-25, 27 – 33, 42, 44, 45, 48, 1970
0154. Spotlight on South Africa an ANC News Digest Volume 9, Number 1, 5 -7, 12 – 15, 17 -21, 1971
0155. Spotlight on South Africa. An ANC News Digest Volume 1, Number 4-5, 1976
0156. Spotlight on Southern Africa, Aug 1978
0157. ST Paul’s Cathedral: Service of Memorial and thanksgiving 1981-1983, 1971

 

Box 0117
0158. Student Newsletters, 1977, 1980
0159. Students Newsletters, 1976 -1978
0160. Study of the conflict in South Africa by Reinhard, Rode. South Africa relations with Germany 1968 -1972. (Materials written in Germany Language) n.d
0161. SW APO Information Bulletin 1980
0162. TANU Parliamentary Party, 1960 Nov 7
0163. Teach Yourself Student Power, edited by Adelstein, David, 1968
0164. The Kassinga File, Published by IUEF, 1978
0165. The North Western Command Intelligence Bulletin, 1970?
0166. The South African Newsletter, Facts against apartheid, 1961 Oct
0167. The Workers’ Movement and SACTU A struggle for Marxist Policies.Workers Unity Issue Number 1 1977

 

Box 0118
0168. Thought a Journal of Afrikaans Thinking for the English Speaking Volume 1, Number 2, 1955, Volume 2, Number 2-4, 1957, Volume 3, Number 1-4, 1958, Volume 4, Number 2-4, 1959
0169. Thought a Journal of Afrikaans Thinking for the English Speaking Volume 5, Number 1-4, 1960, Volume 6, Number 1-4, 1961
0170. Thought a Journal of Afrikaans Thinking for the English Speaking Volume 7 Number 1-4, 1962, Volume 8, Number 4, 1963

 

Box 0119
0171. Thought a Journal of Afrikaans Thinking for the English Speaking Volume 9, Number 1-4, 1964
0172. Thought a Journal of Afrikaans Thinking for the English Speaking Volume 10, Number 1-4, 1965
0173. Thought A Journal of Afrikaans thinking for the English Speaking Volume 11, Number 1-4, 1966
0174. Thought A Journal of Afrikaans thinking for the English- speaking Volume 12, Number 1-3, 1967, Volume 13, Number 1-2, 4, 1968

 

Box 0120
0175. Thought new series A Journal of Afrikaans and English Thinking In South Africa, Volume 14, Number 1-4, 1969
0176. Thought New Series a Journal of Afrikaans and English Thinking In South Africa, Volume 15, Number 1-2, 4, 1970, Volume 16, Number 1-2, 1971
0177. Thought New Series a Journal of Afrikaans and English Thinking In South Africa, Volume 17, Number 1-4, 1972
0178. Tongaat Civic Association, 1979 May
0179. Towards freedom no 5 and 6, 1963
0180. Trade Unions Newsletters, 1973, 1978, 1989
0181. The Matie, 1977
0182. Transition, 1961, 1963, 1965

 

Box 0121
0183. U.N Publications 1974, 1977, 1982, 1984, 1987 – 1989
0184. Ukusa Newspaper, 1981
0185. United Democratic Front Publications, 1985
0186. Update-South Africa Namibia vol.9 no. 7, 1985 July
0187. Urbanization and the political position of Africans in South Africa 1983

 

Box 0122
0188. Various Publications 1963, 1976, 1978 -1980, 1983 -1986, 1988, 1989
0189. Various Publications on South Africa and the Struggle against Apartheid, n.d. 1960, 1977, 1982, 1984, 1986-1990
0190. Washington Notes on Africa, 1985, 1987, 1989, 1990
0191. Washington Office on Africa Educational Fund, 1984, 1988, 1990
0192. Women’s. UNESCO year of Women (The Publication are written In Russian, Thai, Arabic Chinese 1980)
0193. Workers’ Unity Issue Number 1 -5, 8 -9, 11, 13 -16 1977, Issue Number 17, 19 -23 1980, Issue Number 24 -26, 28 1981, Issue Number 31, 32 1982, Issue Number 35 -40 1983,Issue Number 41 -47 1984
0194. Zambian Newsletters: United National Independent Party: Northern Rhodesia 1962
0195. Zimbabwe Publications, 1962, 1965, 1972, 1973, 1975, 1976
0196. Zimbabwe Review, 1961, 1965, 1967, 1970

 

 

Sub series 2 – Other publications

Box 0123 !! missing !!

 

 

Series XIII – Additional Material

 

Sub-Series 1 – Reports

Box 0124
0001. 1992 South African Economic Landscape, 1992
0002. Call for unity and a united front, 1971
0003. Con I popoli, Rasegna – Stam pa, 1982 Marzo 28 [written in foreign Language]
0004. Criminal and civil code of the people of South Africa, 1980 June 4
0005. Extended Meeting of the ANC NEC, held in Lusaka, 1974 May 16-18
0006. Meeting of the ANC Representatives in European and North American Countries, 1982 March 29
0007. Merg Seminar, the role of the state, held at the University of Western Cape in Cape Town, 1992 Aug
0008. National policy conference committee (NPCC) of the ANC, Meeting Documents, 1991, 1992
0009. Programme of MDM sumit at shaft, 1993 Dec 12
0010. Social scientists seminar, held in Moscow, 1987 March 17 – 22
0011. Wage Commissions, 1972
0012. Wellerstein, Immanuel, 1981

 

 

Sub series 2 ̶ Conferences / Discussion Documents /Manuscripts

Box 0125
0001. Affirmative action in a new South Africa, held in Port Elizabeth, 1991 Oct 10-12
0002. Arusha, Tanzania, 1987 Dec 1-7
0003. African petty Bourgeoisie: a force for change for the status quo, by Jordan, Z. Pallo, n.d.
0004. Cuito cuanavale, a turning point in the liberation struggle, 1988
0005. Penetration of SA capital in Southern Africa and its control of Inter Regional Trade by Jaya, Josie, 1982
0006. Photocopy of an early manuscript of the book: A history of the ANC by Meli, Francis, n.d.

 

 

Sub Series 3 ̶ Publications / Press Clippings

Box 0126
0001. Amadelakufa, Newsletter of the Youth Section (UK region), 1987
0002. Blitz news Magazine, 1959
0003. Daily Cleaner, 1987
0004. Forward, Journal of the ANC youth, 1981 – 1985, 1988
0005. Independent all Indian weekly, 1960 Nov 18
0006. Leader, voice of the people, 1960 Nov 18
0007. Tanganyika Standard, 1960, 1961, 1962
0008. United Kingdom Information Office, UKIO news Service, n.d.
0009. Voice of Somafco, Journal of Solomon Mahlangu Freedom College, vol. 1 no. 6, n.d.
0010. Early years of the Struggle, 1949, 1956, 1959, 1960-1964, 1966
0011. South African Cricket Union Development Programme, part one, 1986 – 1987
0012. Tambo, Oliver Reginald visit to the Caribbean, 1987 July
0013. Tambo, Oliver Reginald, 1992, 1983, 1987

 

Series XIV ̶ Posters