UNIVERSITY OF FORT HARE

UNIVERSITY LIBRARY

ANC ARCHIVES

LONDON MISSION RECORDS , (Code: LMR)

 

RECORDS, 1956,1965-1993

(bulk dates, 1976 – 1990)

68 Boxes (8 linear meters)

ACQUISITION: ANC Archive Committee

ACCESS: The collection is open

PHOTOGRAPHS: Box 0069

VISUAL MATERIAL: None

AUDIO MATERIAL: None

PRINTED MATERIAL: Intermingled

COPYRIGHT: ANC Archive Committee

PROCESSED BY: Arrangement and description done under the auspices of a joint project between the University of Fort Hare and the University of Michigan. Primary processor, Kristine Palmquist, June 1999. History of the mission by Sadie Forman. Reprocessed by Khanyisa Bottoman, August 2003

FUTHER PROCESSED BY: Mr Mosoabuli Maamoe, Africa Media Online (Kulu Mushaka), October 2017

 

 

History of London Mission Records

Among the reasons that made it necessary for the ANC to open its Mission in the United Kingdom as early as 1960 were the following:

1. The UK’s historic links with South Africa as the former colonial power and then head of the Commonwealth, of which South Africa was a member.

2.  The United Kingdom was the largest trading partner of South Africa and by far the largest investor in South Africa. It was the main supplier of arms to South Africa and partner of the only military agreement with South Africa, the Simonstown Agreement.

3. The emergence of the Boycott SA Movement in London in 1959, the forerunner of the powerful British Anti-Apartheid Movement(AAM), spearheaded by Archbishop Trevor Huddleston, Mrs Barbara Castle, Canon John Collins, Bishop Ambrose Reeves, Lord Brockway and other prominent leaders.

The London’s strategic position internationally and diplomatically made this third item.

The British Mission was intensely active one along two broad fronts: externally with British society and diplomatic embassies based in London and internally with the South African exile community. Furthermore, the Mission was mandated to cover Ireland and collaborated with the ANC Missions across the channel of Europe.

In spite of the hostility of Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and the Conservative Party towards the ANC, the Mission maintained friendly relations with other political parties, especially the Labor Party, Liberal Party and the Communist Party, and many members of parliament, including a few conservatives. There was close collaboration with the British Anti-Apartheid Movement nationally and regionally, with trade unions, student and women’s organizations. Grassroots support was forthcoming from a range of NGOs, church groups, artists, etc. Protest rallies and pickets were frequently held in London and in other cities and towns, especially in the post-SOWETO-Uprising period when repression and persecution were intensified in SA. The campaign for free Nelson Mandela and other political prisoners gained momentum in the 1980s.

As the Mission’s security needs grew in the 1980s, protection was provided by the British Government, especially after the bombing of the office in 1987.

There was a sizeable and growing number of South African exiles in Britain, leading to the establishment of the ANC political structures (Branches and Regional Political Committees) and functional committees dealing with fund-raising, education, health, etc.
These structures supported the Mission in various ways, for instance, with the campaign to disseminate information about Apartheid and mobilize solidarity. The Mission was able to mobilize support for South African exiles in Front-line states. campus scholarships, for instance, were offered by various universities to students of the ANC’s Solomon Mahlangu Freedom College in Tanzania and other South African students.

Those who served as Chief Representatives were Raymond Mazisi Kunene 1961-1968(1); Mendi Msimang 1985-1994(6); Reginald September, 1968-1978(2); Yeyedwa Cap Zungu, 1978-1982(3); Ruth Mompati, 1982-1983(4); Solly Smith, 1983-1985(5).

 

Scope and Content Note

The series in this collection are ANC Correspondence Series I, Education Committee Series II, Subject Files Series III, Press cuttings Series IV, Press Statements Series V, Photographs Series VI.

Correspondence Series I (0.22 linear meters) is arranged mainly by the sender, topic, or event around which the correspondence is centred. Where senders and recipients are mixed, the folder is given a general name, such a Faxes, Outgoing. Like other missions, this mission contains a preponderance of evidence of the planning of events; the receipt by the ANC of supportive overtures from dozens of agencies, unions, countries and NGOs; and an increasing support from external forces, the harvesting of which was key to the success of the ANC.

Education Committee Series II ( 0.45 linear meters) mainly contains all the educational activities of the ANC in different missions (countries). Included are also the circulars of different subjects which were taught in these schools. The bulk of information in this series is mostly between 1976 to 1984.

The Subject Files Series III (1.01 linear meters) attest to the level of activity the Australian office maintained, both within the country of Australia and in interactions with other nations’ movements. The strength of the ANC abroad has been in tactfully garnering support for the movement while maintaining a firm sense of its mission. The organizations, countries and events which this series documents are witness to the extent to which the Australian office committed itself to outreach and involvement as a part of its daily business.

Press Cuttings Series IV (0.49 linear meters) is a combination of news clippings and runs of important newspapers and magazines interspersed with relevant clippings.
An important front on which the Anti-apartheid battle was fought was the Sports industry, where the threat of cricket boycotts was a steadily debated topic during the prison years. The clippings from Sport give an extensive, thorough focus on this contentious issue.

Press Statements Series V (0.07 linear meters) contains press statement which were released by the National Executive Committee, the Youth League, the Women’s league and the other ANC alliance parties. Included also are ANC campaigns; negotiations with other political organisations; newsletters and bulletins.

Photographs Series VI ( 0.07 linear meters) contains an impressive array of 8 x 10 inch photos of all phases of the Anti-Apartheid movement, ranging from early shots of Mandela from his student days, to scenes of violence during the prison years, to the glorious victory over Apartheid and the smiling victors of the ANC leadership. Several conferences, anniversaries and celebrations are documented and catalogued, while other photos contain no description. The researcher may appreciate them for their breadth of scope, for they attest to the dizzying heights and the desperate lows that South Africa has experienced over the last 40 years.

 

 

Series I – Correspondence

Box 0001
0001. ANC Algeria, 1968 – 1969
0002. ANC Building & housing committee, 1988 – 1990
0003. ANC British home office
0004. ANC Chief Rep’s office, 1978
0005. ANC Department of Information & publicity, n.d., 1969 – 1972,
1978 – 1979
0006. ANC Education Department, n.d., 1989 – 1990
0007. ANC General, 1975 – 1993

Box 0002
0008. ANC Head Office, 1976, 1978
0009. ANC India – London, 1967 – 1969
0010. ANC Lusaka, 1967 – 1969, 1979 – 1980
0011. ANC Morogoro Office, 1967 – 1969
0012. ANC Mendi Msimang’s Correspondence, 1989 – 1990
0013. ANC Political prisoners committee, 1989
0014. ANC President’s Office, 1989 – 1991
0015. ANC Regional Women’s Committee, 1990
0016. ANC Sechaba, 1977

Box 0003
0017. ANC Women Section, 1989 – 1990
0018. ANC Anti – Apartheid Movement, 1968 – 1990
0019. ANC Cards / Postcards
0020. ANC City of Coventry, 1988
0021. ANC Faxes Dispatched, 1990
0022. ANC Faxes Dispatched, 1991, 1993
0023. ANC faxes received, 1991 – 1992

Box 0004
0024. International Organization of Journalists, 1956, 1977 – 1978
0025. International Socialist, Political Organizations, 1988 – 1989
0026. International University Exchange Fund, 1977
0027. International Women’s day Celebration, 1990
0028. Kotane, Moses, 1968
0029. Lawyers against apartheid, 1989
0030. Local youth political, 1968 – 1969
0031. Luthuli Commemoration S.E Asia Conference Faulkner S.  1973 – 1974
0032. Mandela’s visit to U.K, 1990

Box 0005
0033. Manufacturing, Science, Finance (M.S.F) union, 1993-1994
0034. Mbeki, Thabo, 1964-196
0035. Members of the house commons / European Parliament, 1988 – 1991
0036 .Report to Head Quarters, 1966 – 1968
0037. Scholarship & student solidarity, 1967 – 1969
0038. Sechaba correspondence, 1966 – 1970

 

Box 0006
0039. Solly Smith correspondence
0040. Stitching Anti – Apartheid Bewiging Nederlands, 1977
0041. Transport & General Workers Union, 1990 – 1993
0042. War on Want, 1990
0043. World Conference against Apartheid, Racism & Colonialism continuation Committee, 1978 – 1979

 

 

Series II – Education Committee

Sub-Series: Correspondence

Box 0007
0001. 1976 – 1978
0002. 1979
0003. 1980
0004. 1981
0005. n.d, 1982
0006. 1983
0007. 1984 – 1990

 

Sub-Series:Circular

Box 0008
0008. Agriculture
0009. Biology
0010. English
0011. Development of societies, n.d, 1982
0012. General science
0013. Geography
0014. History
0015. Journalism
0016. Mathematics
0017. Social studies

Box 0009
0018. Meeting: National Education Council, 1979 – 1983
0019. Meeting: National Education Council, 1979 – 1983
0020. Meeting: Youth
0021. Meeting: J.S (Jane Shakti)

Box 0010
0022. – 0026. Minutes, 1977 – 1990

Box 0011
0027. Minutes, 1988 – 1990
0028. Reports, 1982 – 1989
0029. Report: The conference for ANC students in Britain,1986
0030. Report: Post – Matric panel
0031. Report: Social science panel
0032. ANC Education Policy, 1979 – 1983
0033. ANC Education Policy, 1979 – 1983

Box 0012
0034. ANC Personnel Addresses
0035. Appeal for the ANC school
0036. Background Information
0037. Children of South Africa and Namibia
0038. Circulars
0039. Committee members addresses
0040. Committee: DAR, 1978 – 1979
0041. Committee: Luanda, 1978
0042. Committee: Lusaka, 1979 – 1982
0043. Committee: Maputo, 1979
0044. Committee: New York, 1979

Box 0013
0045. Curriculum for the ANC school
0046. Curriculum workshop
0047. Editorials
0048. Educational development in S.A
0049. Eli, Njobe notes, n.d
0050. Finance / Account notes, n.d
0051. Freedom Charter, 1955
0052. General memos to all committees
0053. IDAF, 1982 / 1987
0054. June 16 1976 paper
0055. Memoranda, 1979 – 1988
0056. Message: Donation for SOMAFCO
0057. National Scholarship Committee, 1983
0058. Notes on Blacks, Coloureds & Indians affairs
0058b. Papers: ANC education policy & SOMAFCO/Background information on SOMAFCO Operationalising policy/Polytechnical education Strategic issues in the struggle War against children-S.A
0058c. Production notes & newsletters, n.d.
0058d. Programme for student conference, 1989

Box 0014
0059. Recruitment, n.d., 1982, 1984 – 1986
0060. Recruitment, 1987 – 1988
0061. Recruitment, 1990

Box 0015
0062. Research Papers-Education in South Africa, Ruth First Memorial trust South Africa, 1987
0063. Seminars, 1978 / 1983
0064. Socialism

 

Sub-Series : SOMAFCO

0065. Correspondence, 1985
0066. Day care center
0067. Directorate
0068. Education for liberation
0069. Health
0070. Index of the College
0071. Minutes: Social science department
0072. Nursery & Primary school
0073. Nursery school
0074. Primary school
0075. Papers: Discussion on behaviour problems & discipline Fundamentals of production Environmental and Social studies . The role of SOMAFCO in the liberation struggle. Basic training course on childcare, nutrition and group feeding.
0076. Poetry
0077. Proposal of the ANC school

Box 0016
0078. Publications
0079. Reports: First formal examination of the college Freedom Mazimbu crisis interim The tour of the drama group
0080. Requisitions
0081. Seminars
0082. Staff
0083. Speech by Roger Diski on receipt of the Martin Luther King memorial prize, 8 April 1987
0084. Two South African policies on education, 1979
0085. Work & Political direction – ANC education department, 1979
0086. Newsletters – Jana Shakit, 1977
0087. Press cuttings
0088. Press cuttings

 

Sub-series : Photographs

Box 0017
0089. CCM – ANC Rally Jack Simons at MacMillaws Wedding, Dec 1981
0090. Funerals
0091. Jack Simons, Lhoabi Seretse, Sidwelin
0092. SOMAFCO Adult Education
0093. SOMAFCO Building Site
0094. SOMAFCO Children O.R Thambo and H. Makgothi
0095. SOMAFCO Cobelery
0096. SOMAFCO Culture
0097. SOMAFCO Demonstrations
0098. SOMAFCO Donations
0099. SOMAFCO Farm
0100. SOMAFCO Furniture Factory
0101. SOMAFCO Health Care
0102. SOMAFCO Library
0103. SOMAFCO Name Board
0104. SOMAFCO O.R Tambo, Tim Maseko, M. Tikly
0105. SOMAFCO Photo Lab
0106. SOMAFCO Rally
0107. SOMAFCO Primary
0108. SOMAFCO Rally – Military Youth
0109. SOMAFCO Sport
0110. SOMAFCO Students
0111. SOMAFCO Factory DEA
0112. SOMAFCO Teachers
0113. SOMAFCO Welding Dept
0114. Negatives

Box 0018
* Slides ( Moved to Audio Visual Store )

 

Series III – Subject files

Box 0019
0001. Africa Centre, 1990
0002. African Liberation Movements, 1990
0003. Anti-Apartheid Movement, 1988 – 1990
0004. Anti-Apartheid Movement, 1988 – 1990
0005. Appeal, 1986

Box 0020
0006. Campaign, 1988 – 1990
0007. Dept. of Arts & Culture, 1991 – 1993 (2 folders)
0008. Dept. of International Affairs, 1977 – 1979 (2 folders)
0009. Dept. of Manpower & Development

Box 0021
0010. Discussion Document (land)
0011. Donors Conference, 1991
0012. Economic briefing, 1993
0013. Education Department, 1990 – 1991
0014. Elections fund-raising, 1992 – 1993
0015. Head office, 1978
0016. Invitations, 1993
0017. Joint statements (ANC – PAC), 1991
0018. Memoranda & circulars, 1990 – 1991
0018b. Memoranda & circulars, 1990 – 1991
0019. National Conference, 1991 (2 folders)

Box 0022
0020. National Executive statements, 1991
0021. Negotiations, 1992
0022. Office of the treasurer, 1980 – 1990
0023. Open letter to S.A government, 1963
0024. Policy documents, 1993
0025. Regional women’s committee, 1986 – 1989
0026. Religious Affairs, 1989
0027. Reports, 1975 – 1979
0028. Sechaba, editorials for articles, photos, etc., 1967
0029. Secretary Generals Office, 1992

Box 0023
0030. 70th Anniversary of ANC, 1982
0031. Soviet task force, 1986
0032. Statements, 1971 – 1989
032A Statements, 1993
0033. Statements – press, 1991 – 1993

Box 0024
0034. Subscriptions, 1977
0035. Supporters, 1991
0036. Welfare committee, 1989
0037. Women’s league launch, 1990
0038. Women’s section (3 folders)
0038a. ANC Women’s Section, 1981
0038b. ANC Women’s Section, 1980-1981

Box 0025
0039.Youth coordinating committee, 1965 – 1969
0040. Youth league, 1991 – 1993
0041. Youth reports, 1968 – 1970
0042. Amandla, 1989
0043. Amnesty International, 1989
0044. Arekopaneng, 1989
0045. Arts & Culture – projects

Box 0026
0046. Association of wives of Heads of African missions, (AWHAM), 1990 – 1991
0047. Birmingham six, 1990
0048. British press, public opinion and the Boer war concentration camps – paper, 1988
0049. Campaigns, 1989
0050. Case documents on violence and conflict, 1990 – 1991
0051. Chief Albert Luthuli of South Africa, 1906 – 1967 Film project, 1970
0052. Communist Party of Israel, 1988 – 1990

Box 0027
0053. British Trade Unions, 1979
0054. Conference against Apartheid, Racism & colonialism in Southern Africa, 1978
0055. Democratic future in South Africa, 1990
0056. Emergency International conference, 1976
0057. Experts against Colonialism & Apartheid, 1973 – 1974, 1978 – 1979
0058. International live music, 1991
0059. International NGO action for sanctions against S.A., 1980
0060. International Peace Bureau, 1974
0061. International Trade Unions against apartheid, 1974
0062. World conference: Multinational co-operations and apartheid, 1975

Box 0028
0063. COSATU, 1991
0064. COSAWR, 1989 – 1990
0065. Cultural and academic boycott, 1988 – 1990
0066. Dar Es Salaam, 1963 – 1977

Box 0029
0067. Declaration against apartheid, 1988 – 1989
0068. Defoe and the rise of the English middle class ( A study of conflict between morality and commerce in Robinson Crusoe, colonel Jack, Moll Flanders & Roxana – Dissertation)
0069. Delmas Treason Trial – Report
0070. Development of Indian political movements in South Africa 1924 – 1946 (paper) Essop Pahad, 1972
0071. Discussion documents, 1989
0072. Economic sanctions, 1988 – 1991 (2 folders)

Box 0030
0073. Education, 1989 – 1991
0074. Embassies, 1990
0075. End loans to Southern Africa (ELTSA), 1991
0076. Feedback to the ANC form speaking engagements, 1988 – 1990
0077. Foreign commonwealth office, 1988 – 1990
0078. Freedom coin, 1990
0079. Funding proposals, 1990
0080. Gcina, Ivy
0081. Ginwala, Frene – Speeches / writings, 1989 – 1991
0082. Hani, Chris, 1993
0083.Harrasment of journalists in South Africa, 1974 – 1977

Box 0031
0084. Human Rights Commission, 1989 – 1992
0085. Human rights in South Africa, 1990
0086. ICCASA (International Committee against Apartheid, Racism & Colonialism in South Africa), 1977 – 1978 (2 folders)
0087. IEC (Independent Electoral Committee), 1991

Box 0032
0088. Inkatha, 1978 – 1979
0089. Association of Democratic lawyers, 1986

 

Sub- Series :International

0090. Commission of inquiry
2. 0091. Conference on solidarity with the front-line states, 1982
3. 0092. Defence and Aid fund (IDAF), 1990
4. 0093. Labour office (I.L.O), 1979

Box 0033
0094. University Exchange Fund, 1977 – 1979 (2 folders)
0095. Institute for African alternatives, 1989
0096. Invitations
0097. Ireland
0098. Irish Anti-apartheid Movement, 1989
0099. Joseph, Helen – Tribute
0100. Lawyers against apartheid, 1988
0101. Local Anti-apartheid authority, 1993

Box 0034
0102. Local authorities against apartheid, 1993 (2 folders)
0103. Local authority resource unit on apartheid, 1990
0104. Luthuli, A.J., 1961 – 1962 speeches / writings
0105. Mabizela, Stanley
0106. Madiba’s Eastern tour, 1990
0107. Mahlangu, Solomon – Campaign, 1978
0108. Maluti – paper

 

Sub- Series : Mandela

0109. Messages received, 1990
0110. Speeches, 1991
0111. Speeches and writings, 1976 – 1993
0112. Matthews, Joe – Interview, 1976

Box 0035
0113. Mbeki, Govan, 1990
0114. M.D.M, 1988 – 1989
0115. Meli, Francis – Obituary
0116. Memos on propaganda,1964,1969, 1969
0117. Merseyside Communist party, 1988 – 1989
0118. Military
0119. Miscellaneous Notes
0120. Msimang, Mendi – Speeches, 1991
0121. (Mzala) Nxumalo, Nobleman – obituary

Box 0036
0122. Naidoo, Jay
0123. NALGO, 1989 – 1993
0124. Namibia, 1981 (2 folders)
0125. Natal crisis – Tape transcripts, 1990
0126. Natal Indian Congress, 1944
0127. National Union Students (NUS), 1991

Box 0037
0128. Negotiations, 1981 – 1991
0129. Newsclippings, 1977 – 1991 (2 folders)
0130. Non-Aligned countries, 1971
0131. Nyerere, Julius – speeches, 1989
0132. Nzo, Alfred – speeches / writings
0133. OAU (Organisation of African Unity), 1961 – 1989 (2 folders)

Box 0038
0134. Overseas students conference, 14 – 15 October 1967
0135. Papers, 1987 – 1991 ( 2 folders)
0136. Papers on violence, 1989
0137. Personal security and surveillance
0138. Picketing, 1990
0139. Poetry, 1984
0140. Political Organisation, 1989 – 1990
0141. Political Prisoners committee, 1989 – 1990
0142. Public meetings, 1990
0143. Regional cultural committee.

Box 0039
0144. RENAMO, 1990
0145. Repatriation, 1990 – 1991
0146. Report of the National Education Workshop, Lusaka, 1988
0147. Report on the meeting of the sub-committee on Racism, Discrimination, Apartheid and colonization – Geneva, 1979.
0148. Reports, 1986 – 1988
0149. Request for donations, 1990
0150. Sachs, Albie – Apartheid, Destabilisation and Refugees, 1988 lecture.
0151. Discussion documents, 1990 – 1991
0152. SACTU ( South African Congress of Trade Unions), 1975 – 1979

Box 0040
0153. SACTU (South African Congress of Trade Unions), 1975 – 1979
0154. Sanctions, 1990
0155. SANROC (South African Non-Racial Olympic Committee), 1989 – 1990
0156. S.A Press, 1984 – 1986
0157. SATIS (Southern Africa the Imprisoned Society), 1989 – 1990
0158. Sechaba Festival – Glasgow, 1990
0159. Secretary General’s office, 1979

Box 0041
0160. Sharpeville six, 1989
0161. Sisulu, Walter – Speeches / writings
0162. Slovo, J.S – Speeches, 1990
0163. Socialist International, 1978
0164. Solidarity with other organisations or government
0165. Solidarity with political organisations outside the U.K, 1989 – 1990
0165b. South Africa and the neighbouring states
0166. Speakers report on meetings addressed on behalf of the African National Congress.

Box 0042
0167. Speaking engagement, 1990
0168. Suppression of communism bill, 1950
0169. SWAPO, 1981
0170. Tambo, O.R – Get well messages
0171. Tambo, O.R – Speeches / writings
0172. Thatcher, Margaret – Interview on Africa & South Africa, 1989
0173. Trade Unions – Congress, 1989 – 1991
0174. Trade Unions – Miscellaneous, 1989 – 1993
0175. Trade unions – Outside the U.K., 1988

Box 0043
0176. U.K policy towards South Africa and other states of the region, 1990
0177. Umkhonto weSizwe (M.K)
0178. United nations, 1978 – 1991 (3 folders)
0179. United Nations centre against apartheid, 1978 – 1990

Box 0044
0180. United nations Information center, 1977
0181. Universities
0182. Upington 25
0183. Women solidarity, 1989 – 1990
0184. Workers Issues
0185. Workers Party
0186. World conference against apartheid – Lisbon, 1977
0187. World council churches, 1976 – 1990

Box 0045
0188. World peace council, 1976 – 1982 (2 folders)
0189. World University service
0190. Item reports, 1988 – 1994
0191. Treasurer Office – list of supplies, 1988 – 1994
0192. Requisitions Book, 1986 – 1988
0193. ANC Programme of Action, 1978
0194. The Gang of eight, 1975
0195. The Gang of eight
0196. The Military cooperation between South Africa and Federal Republic of Germany, 1978

 

Series IV – Press Cuttings

Box 0046
0001. Africa, 1993 – 1994
0002. African national Congress (ANC), 1992 – 1994
0003. ANC armed wing (uMkhonto we Sizwe), 1993 – 1994
0004. ANC department of Information & Publicity (DIP), 1992 – 1994
0005. ANC Southern Natal region, 1993

Box 0047
0006. Afrikaners, 1992 – 1994
0007. AIDS, 1993
0008. Angola, 1992 – 1994
0009. Anti-Apartheid Movement (AAM), 1993 – 1994
0010. Apartheid Executions, 1989 – 1994
0011. Arts, 1993
0012. Azanian Peoples Organisation (AZAPO), 1992
0013. Bantustans, 1993 – 1994
0014. Beauty Contest, 1993

Box 0048
0015. Biehl, Amy, 1993
0016. Biko, Steve
0017. Bisho Massacre, 1993
0018. Bopape, Stanza, 1993
0019. Bophuthatswana, 1993 – 1994
0020. British Broadcasting Coorporation (BBC), 1993 – 1994
0021. British Neo-Nazi
0022. Business, 1992 – 1994

Box 0049
0023. Buthelezi, Mangosuthu, 1992 – 1994
0024. Carrington & Kissinger in South Africa, 1994
0025. Cartoons, 1993 – 1994
0026. Cassinga Massacre, 1978
0027. Changing South Africa, 1993 – 1994
0028. Chesterfield Socialist Conference, 1993
0029. Church attack – Cape Town, 1993
0030. Church matters, 1990
0031. Ciskei, 1994
0032. Coloured Community, 1993 – 1994
0033. Commonwealth, 1993 – 1994
0034. Communist Party, 1989 – 1990
0035. Congress of South African Students (COSAS)

Box 0050
0036. Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU), 1993
0037. Crime, 1993 – 1994
0038. Defence matters, 1991 – 1994
0039. De Klerk, F.W, 1993 – 1994
0040. De Lanerole, Ros, 1993
0041. Democratic Talks (2 folders), 1992 – 1994

Box 0051
0042. Dirty–tricks, 1992 – 1993
0043. Education, 1993
0044. Elections (2 folders), 1993 – 1994
0045. Enemies of Africa, 1993
0046. Environment, 1993 – 1994
0047. Exiles return, 1994
0048. Fairlady (political princesses: Zindzi, Tselane & Gloria), 1993

Box 0052
0049. Forced removals, 1993
0050. Freedom Alliance, 1994
0051. Goldstone Commission, 1992
0052. Gluckman, Jonathan (Biko’s case)
0053. Goniwe, Matthew, 1993
0054. Hani’s Assassins, 1993
0055. Holomisa, Bantu, 1993
0056. Inkatha Freedom party, 1993 – 1994
0057. Ireland learns from South Africa, 1993

Box 0053
0058. Ismael, Ebrahim (incomplete), 1991
0059. Kasrils, Ronnie, 1993
0060. KwaZulu Natal, 1992 – 1994
0061. Rand Question, 1992
0062. Lesotho, 1993 – 1994
0063. Letters, 1990 – 1993
0064. Life of Zindzi Mandela, 1993
0065. Maharaj, Mac, 1990
0066. Malawi, 1993
0067. Mandela in London, 1993
0068. Mandela’s Inauguration, 1994
0069. Mandela, Nelson, 1993
0070. Mandela, Winnie, 1993

Box 0054
0071. Mbeki, Thabo, 1994
0072. McBride, Robert, 1989 – 1994
0073. Migrant Hostels, 1992
0074. Missiles: U.S, Israel, S.A, 1991
0075. Mothopeng, Seph, 1990
0076. Mozambique, 1993
0077. Namibia, 1993
0078. Nationalist Party, 1992 – 1993
0079. Nuclear Programme, 1993 – 1994
0080. Organisation of African Unity (OAU), 1993
0081. Pan Africanist Congress (PAC), 1993 – 1994
0082. Peace force, 1994

Box 0055
0083. Pinochet, Augusto, 1991
0084. Pretoria arms / weapons in Rwanda, 1993
0085. Robben Island story, 1994
0086. Role of Churchill, Rhodes, Smuts in S.A, 1994
0087. Rural South Africa, 1993
0088. Sanctions, 1990 – 1993
0089. Sharpville Day, 1991 – 1994
0090. Slovo, Joe, 1993 – 1994
0091. Sebokeng death incident, 1991
0092. Security matters, 1991
0093. Sophiatown, 1994
0094. SAA, 1991
0095. S.A and E.L, 1993
0096. SABC (South African Broadcasting Corporation), 1992 – 1993
0097. SA Census, 1991

Box 0056
0098. South African Communist Party (SACP), 1993
0099. South African foreign affairs, 1991
0100. South African new flag, 1993
0101. South African police, 1993 – 1994
0102. South African writers
0103. Southern Africa, 1991 – 1994
0104. Soviets – South African relations, 1991
0105. Sport, 1993 – 1994
0106. State of emergency, 1990 – 1991
0107. Swaziland, 1993
0108. Tambo, O.R, 1993 – 1994
0109. Thatcher, Margaret, 1991
0110. Third Force, 1993 – 1994

Box 0057
0111. Tourism, 1992 – 1993
0112. Township crisis, 1990 – 1994
0113. Train killings, 1993 – 1994
0114. United Nations, 1992 – 1993
0115. U.K. & S.A relations, 1991 – 1994
0116. U.S & S.A relations
0117. Verwoed, Melanie, 1993

Box 0058
0118. Violence, 1990 – 1994
0119. White community, 1993
0120. Women, 1992 – 1993
0121. Word Campaign against apartheid, 1992 – 1993
0122. World campaign, S.A reports
0123. Zambia, 1993
0124. Zimbabwe, 1993 – 1994

 

Series V – Press Statements

Box 0059
0001. African National Congress, 1992
0002. African National Congress, 1993 – 1994
0003. ANC Alliance
0004. ANC Department of Economic Planning
0005. ANC PWV region, 1993
0006. ANC in the Western Cape
0007. ANC Women’s league
0008. ANC Youth league (Peter Mokaba)
0009. Commission of Inquiry
0010. Concerned Southern Africans Group (COSAG)
0011. End Conscription Campaign
0012. Hlongwane & N.P
0013. Human Rights Commission (HRC), 1992

 

Box 0060
0014. Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP), 1993
0015. Mandela & Buthelezi, 1993
0016. Mandela, Nelson (UN), 1993
0017. Multi-Party Negotiations, 1993
0018. National Peace Accord, 1993
0019. SALP (election list), 1994
0020. S.A labour bulletin, 1993
0021. M.K, APLA, T.D.F, & Venda
0022. Volksfront & ANC, 1993
0023. Guardian, 1993, 1994
0024. Spanish Press Cuttings
0025. Protest at Hani’s assassins’ trial
0026. Circular

 

——————————————–ADDITIONS—————————————

Series I – Correspondence

Box 0061
0001. Architectural School 1993-1994
0002. Subscriptions publications

Box 0062
0003. O.R Tambo and Reg September 1976,1987

 

Series II – Subject Files

Box 0063
0001. Women’s Day Conference, 2001

Box 0064
0002. Anti-apartheid Movement

Box 0065
0003. ANC at CODESA 1991
0004. A catalyst for peace
0005. Congress for Cultural Freedom 1963
0006. Economic Planning in Post Aphertheid S.A
0007. J.B marks Obituary
0008. Listed people 1984
0009. Minutes of meeting between Solly Smith, Seretsi Choab, 1985
0010. Mixed Economy of Democratic S.A
0011. Papers: Discussion paper of the publicity, Information and research work of the African National Congress (London)
0012. Press cuttings
0013. Reports 1965-, n.d
0014. Ruth First – Obituary
0015. S.A Outlook: Political Trials (SA)
0016. Sanctions
0017. Unity in Struggle

 

 

Series III – Periodicals

Box 0066
0001. ANC Information bulletin 1971-1974
0002. The News Agency of Angola 1988-1991

 

Series IV – Press Cuttings

Box 0067
0001. Daily Telegram , Financial Times, Guardian

 

Box 0068
0002. Cuttings from various publications

 

Series V – PHOTOGRAPHS

Box 0069