UNIVERSITY OF FORT HARE

UNIVERSITY LIBRARY

ANC ARCHIVES

NETHERLANDS MISSION, (Code: NeM)

 

RECORDS

(Bulk dates, 1988 – 1994)

52 boxes(linear metres )

ACQUISITION: ANC Archive Committee

ACCESS The collection is open

PHOTOGRAPHS: None

VISUAL MATERIAL: Poster

AUDIO MATERIAL:

PRINTED MATERIAL:

COPYRIGHT: ANC Archives Committee

PROCESSED BY: Sadie Forman, October 1998. Additional material processed by Xolani Malawana and Mduduzi Mpanza, June 2003. Partially rearranged and described by Sibongile Simelane and Khanyisa Bottoman , July 2003.

REVISED BY: Africa Media Online( Kulu Mushaka and Brenda Lecheko ), May 2018

 

 

Introduction

When the Nationalist Government banned the African National Congress (ANC) on 8 April 1960, the ANC began operating underground in South Africa. Outside the country the ANC started to establish itself as the official voice of South Africa’s voteless masses. By the 1970s recognition of the ANC’s legitimacy was growing, not only amongst the multiplicity of non-governmental anti-apartheid organizations, but also among foreign governments.

The first missions were opened in London, Accra, Cairo, and Dar-es-Salaam. By 1980, the ANC had offices and representatives in 32 countries. The external missions worked to win support for the overthrow of apartheid by promoting the cause of the ANC and urging international economic pressure against the South African government. The missions also provided assistance to South African exiles. Following the banning of the organisation, Oliver Tambo, President General of the ANC left South Africa to head of the ANC’s external operations.

On 2 February 1990 the bans on the ANC and other political organisations were lifted. A process of negotiations between the unbanned organisations and the South African government ensued. In 1992 the ANC instructed its missions to collate and box their records for shipment to South Africa. These records were to form the basis of the official archives of the ANC, from which a true history of the ANC’s role in the struggle against apartheid could be written.

 

 

Historical background on the Netherlands Mission.

The Netherlands was an important centre to the ANC in the anti-apartheid struggle. There are historic ties with Holland, the country of the Dutch East India Company which bore Jan van Riebeeck to its shores in 1652 and turned South Africa into a haven for white settlers and later European imperialist expansion. A considerable number of Dutch people feel a debt is owed South Africa and were enthusiastic participants in anti-apartheid groups, aside from those who inherently opposed racism.

The headquarters of the Shell Corporation are based in Rotterdam and provided a focus for protest in the form of pickets and blockades. However the ANC mission was not immediately set up in Amsterdam, but until 1988 operated from Brussels where Godfrey Motsepe was the Chief Representative and Rose Motsepe was the women’s co-ordinator organising and working towards a planned women’s conference. They took up their posts in 1981, responsible for the Benelux countries of Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg. They forged strong links with Dutch organisations, South Africans and friends living in Holland.

A number of solidarity organisations were formed, with different political positions. The AABN (Anti-Apartheid Beweging Nederland) were more radical than the larger Labour-aligned Holland Committee on South Africa(KZA) while Kairos, a Christian organisation were mainly engaged in educational links and AWEPAA (Association of Western European Parliamentarians for Action against Apartheid engaged in many projects for South African students and workers. All worked closely with the ANC members in Holland and with the mission based in Brussels.

Women’s organisations were mobilised by full-time worker Bunie Sexwale. Together with Rose Motsepe stationed in Brussels they organised a highly successful 30th Anniversary Women’s Day on August 9, 1986, commemorating the 1956 March to Pretoria of 20,000 women against the pass laws. A pioneering conference which brought to Amsterdam for the first time in the apartheid years, 100 women direct from South Africa in January 1990 was paid for by Dutch Anti-Apartheid (AABN). Women’s organisations and the general anti-apartheid movement helped to make the Malibongwe Conference a great success attended by women internationally.

In September 1988, Kumar Sanjay was Head of the ANC Information Bureau in Amsterdam and was appointed Chief Representative of the new Mission in November. He proved to be an energetic worker, who initiated meetings with groups hitherto unsympathetic to the AAM. The atmosphere of change in the air, had Shell approaching the Mission for talks. Sanjay held the position until May 1991, when Zolile Magugu took over. The nature of conferences then changed to post-apartheid concerns such as pollution and regeneration of education. The Dutch had been keenly supportive, both with teachers and material needs of the Solomon Mahlangu Freedom College in Tanzania opened after the Soweto students’ uprising. In the 90’s that interest and support continued.

 

 

Scope and Content Note

The Netherlands Mission papers of the ANC are stored in 43 boxes.

The papers are divided into 6 series: Subject, Correspondence, SA Embassy Newsletter, News Clippings, Publications, and Posters and Memorabilia.

Additional material has been added. This is of material that came with the material but for one reason or another was not processed with the material. It was later processed and added to this record group. It has been divided into 4 series: Correspondence, Discussion papers, reports and statements.

The Subject Series I is consists of 25 boxes

Folders 1 – 19 contains ANC reports from commissions, conferences, missions and the CODESA negotiations. Folders 20 – 30 holds reports on projects, anti-apartheid movements, COSAWR and Bantustans, Folders 31 – 44 contains conferences, COSATU, Dutch delegations the economy, and education. Folders 45 – 55 has elections, SA incursions into Angola and Mozambique, faxes in and out, the Harare Conference and health material. Folders 56 – 71 holds information on Helen Joseph, Kairos, KZA, Land, Mandela’s visit to Holland, the UDF and others. Folders 72 – 85 holds inter alia reports on Nelson Mandela, NGO’s the post-apartheid constitution and RECSA. Folder 86 – 95 is on sanctions and the SA-Netherlands Cultural Centre. Folders 97 – 106 contains an interview with an ANC Rep, Tambo speeches, violence within the organisation, Sisulu Winnie Mandela, Women and Zambia. Folders 107 127 a mix of folders some of which are the same as earlier ones and these are indicated on the finding aids, e.g. CODESA, ANC policy and Women’s Section, Dutch Government and correspondence.

The Correspondence Series II is in Boxes 0023 and 0024. It contains Incoming mail in folders 1 to 3 and Outgoing in folders 4 to 7. Correspondence dates from 1985 to 1993 and is mainly from Dutch anti-apartheid organisations and ANC Lusaka.

The SA Embassy Newsletter Series III is in Box 0024 to 0027 holds folders 1 to 13, dating from 1992-1994. The newsletter informed missions of the progress of the CODESA negotiations, inter alia.

The News Clippings Series IV is in Box 0028 to 0029 holding folders 1 to7 and also contain some articles. They date from 1992-1994.

The Publications Series V are contained in Boxes 0030 to 0038. Removed some publications, especially ANC material and it’s allies to be added to the special section

The ANC News briefings removed

The Posters and Memorabilia Series VI are contained in Box 0039 and consist inter alia of Dutch and anti-apartheid posters, flags, postcards and a diary of Kumar Sanjay.

The additional material is in boxes 0040 to 0043, and consists of correspondence, discussion documents, reports and statements.

 

 

Series I – Subject Files

 

Box 0001
0001. Abuja Declaration, 1991
0002. ANC Camps (Motsuenyane Commission Report), n.d., 1990 – 1993
0003. ANC Conferences/Workshops (1), 1981-1991
0004. ANC Conferences/Workshops (2), 1981-1991
0005. ANC Dept. of International Affairs, n.d., 1989, 1991 – 1992
0006. ANC Donors Conference, Arusha, 1990 – 1991

 

Box 0002
0007. ANC Missions, 1992
0008. ANC-NEC Matters, 1988
0009. ANC Negotiations/CODESA (1), n.d., 1991
0010. ANC Negotiations/CODESA (2), 1992
0011. ANC Negotiations/CODESA (3), 1992-1993
0012. ANC Policy Documents (1), 1991

 

Box 0003
0013. ANC Policy Documents (2), 1992 – 1994
0014. ANC Press Releases/Statements (1), n.d., 1987-1989
0015. ANC Press Releases/Statements (2), 1990
0016. ANC Press Releases/Statements (3), 1991

 

Box 0004
0017. ANC Press Releases/Statements (4), 1992 – 1994
0018. ANC Press Releases/Statements (5), 1992 – 1994
0019.ANC Projects, 1986
0020. Angola, n.d., 1992
0021. Anti-Apartheid Movement, Netherlands, 1988-1993

 

Box 0005
0022. Anti-Apartheid Movements – European Community, n.d., 1987-1992
0023. Arts and Culture, n.d., 1989-1993
0024. AWEPAA (1), n.d., 1987-1989
0025. AWEPAA (2), 1990-1994

 

Box 0006
0026. Bantustans/Townships, 1989-1992
0027. Benelux, n.d., 1993
0028. Cards, n.d., 1992
0029. Chris Hani Assassination, 1993
0030. Committee on South African War Resistance, 1989
0031. Conferences (1), n.d., 1983, 1986

 

Box 0007
0032. Conferences (2), 1988 – 1989, 1991 – 1992
0033. Conferences (3), 1992
0034. Conferences (4), 1993

 

Box 0008
0035. Consultation on South African Debt Rescheduling, 1989
0036. COSATU and Unions, n.d., 1993
0037. Diplomatic Courses, n.d., 1992 – 1994
0038. Discussion Papers, n.d., 1986, 1989, 1993
0039. Dutch Delegations, n.d., 1993

 

Box 0009
0040. Dutch Government, n.d., 1990 – 1994
0041. Economy (1), n.d., 1989 – 1990
0042. Economy (2), 1991-1993

 

Box 0010
0043. Education (1), n.d., 1986
0044. Education (2), 1989-1992
0045. Elections (1), 1994

 

Box 0011
0046. Elections (2), 1994
0047. Elections (3), 1994
0048. Embassies/Missions, 1991-1994
0049. European Campaign Against South African Aggression on Mozambique and Angola, n.d.
0050. Faxes – Incoming, 1990-1993

 

Box 0012
0051. Faxes – Outgoing, 1990-1993
0052. Forum Nelson Mandela – Report, 1994
0053. Govan Mbeki and Winnie Mandela Fund, 1988-1990
0054. Harare Conference, 1989
0055. Health, 1989
0056. Joseph, Helen, 1993
0057. Kairos, 1989-1993
0058. Komittee Zuidelijk Afrika (KZA), n.d., 1989-1993

 

Box 0013
0059. Land Issue, n.d., 1991-1994
0060. Local Anti-Apartheid Groups, n.d., 1986-1993
0061. Local City Councils, 1984, 1988-1990
0062. Mandela Document, 1989
0063. Mandela Visit to Netherlands (1), 1994

 

Box 0014
0064. Mandela Visit to Netherlands (2), 1994
0065. Mangaung, n.d.
0066. Mass Democratic Movement and UDF, n.d., 1987-1990
0067. Military and Nuclear Affairs (1), n.d., 1984, 1986 – 1990
0068. Military and Nuclear Affairs – SA Anti-Terrorist Manual (2), 1986

 

Box 0015
0069. Miscellaneous Forms, n.d.
0070. Multinationals, 1990-1992
0071. Namda, 1987-1990
0072. National Party of South Africa, Bulletin, 1993
0073. Nelson Mandela Newspaper Clippings, 1988 – 1989
0074. Nelson Mandela Newspaper Clippings, 1990

 

Box 0016
0075. Nelson Mandela Reception Committee, Release, 1989-1990
0076. NGO’s, 1989-1993
0077. Nkobi, T, 1990 Address at the International Donors’ Conference 1991
0078. Partij van die Arbeid (PVDA) – Harare Conference on Southern Africa, 1989
0079. Philippines, n.d., 1991, 1993
0080. Points from the Press, 1991-1992

 

Box 0017
0081. Platform Zuidelyk Afrika, 1988-1993
0082. Post-Apartheid Debates and Discussions, n.d., 1988-1989
0083. Post-Apartheid Debates and Discussions, 1990 – 1991
0084. Reference Centre on Education and Religion in South Africa (RECSA), 1986, 1988 – 1990

 

Box 0018
0085. Religion, 1988-1991
0086. Reports, 1990-1991
0087. Sanctions and Investments , n.d., 1986 – 1988
0088. Sanctions and Investments , 1988. Includes an Address by Dr. C.F Beyers Naude

 

Box 0019
0089. Sanctions and Investments , 1990
0090. Sanctions and Investments, Newsletters on the Oil Embargo Against South Africa, 1985-1988
0091. Sanctions and Investments, Newsletters on the Oil Embargo Against South Africa, 1989-1990
0092. Sanctions and Investments, Newsletters on the Oil Embargo Against South Africa, 1991 – 1994

 

Box 0020
0093. South African Community Cultural Centre (SACCC), 1989
0094. Slovo, Joe includes an interview with the Harare ZTV broadcasting, 1987
0095. S. A.– Netherlands Chamber of Commerce 1993
0096. Speech by Neo Mnumzana, Chief Rep of the ANC at the United Nations, n.d.,
0097. Sports, 1990
0098. State Affairs (1), 1989-1990
0099. State Affairs (2), 1990-1992

 

Box 0021
0100. Tambo, Oliver/Speeches, 1985-19887, 1989 – 1993. Includes condolences to Mrs. Tambo and her family on O.R.Tambo’s death, Also a statement by Nelson Mandela during the funeral.
0101. Telexes. 1988-1991
0102. Violence, 1992
0103. Walter Sisulu, 1989
0104. Winnie Mandela, 1989-1992

 

Box 0022
0105. Women, 1987-1992; 1998-1992
0106. Zambia, 1989
0107. ANC – NEC, 1990
0108. ANC Policy
0109. ANC Women’s Section, 1990 – 1992
0110. Arts and Culture, 1993 – 1994

 

Box 0022a
0111. Cards (greetings), n.d.,
0112. CODESA debates and papers
0113. Conferences, 1992
0114. Correspondence, (Incoming), 1994
0115. Dutch Government, 1990, 1992
0116. Economics, 1992 – 1993
0117. Faxes (Outgoing), 1994

 

Box 0022b
0118. Inkatha and other Right Wing Movement
0119. Lubbers and Van den Broek, 1992
0120. Niehaus, Carl, 1992
0121. Papers,
0122. Police Violence, 1988 – 1989
0123. Police Violence, 1989 – 1992

 

Box 0022c
0124. Repatriation of Exiles, 1990 – 1993
0125. Rudi Boon papers, 1989 – 1990
0126. South African Communist Party, 1989 – 1992. Includes a paper by Joe Slovo entitled “Has Socialism Failed?” and a response by Pallo Jordan to that paper.
0127. Socialisteise Partij, n.d.

 

 

Series II – Correspondence

 

Box 0023
0001. Incoming (1), n.d., 1985-1988, 1992
0002. Incoming (2) 1988 – 1991
0003. Incoming (3) 1993
0004. Outgoing (1) 1986 – 1990
0005. Outgoing (2) 1991 – 1992

 

Box 0024
0006. Outgoing (3) 1992
0007. Outgoing (4) 1992

 

 

Series III – South African Embassy Newsletter

 

Box 0024
0001. SA Embassy Newsletter (1), 1992

 

Box 0025
0002. SA Embassy Newsletter (2), 1992
0003. SA Embassy Newsletter (3), 1992
0004. SA Embassy Newsletter (4), 1992
0005. SA Embassy Newsletter (1), 1993

 

Box 0026
0006. SA Embassy Newsletter (2), 1993
0007. SA Embassy Newsletter (3), 1993
0008. SA Embassy Newsletter (4), 1993
0009. SA Embassy Newsletter (5), 1993
0010. SA Embassy Newsletter (6), 1993

 

Box 0027
0011. SA Embassy Newsletter (7), 1993
0012. SA Embassy Newsletter (1), 1994
0013. SA Embassy Newsletter (2), 1994

 

 

Series IV – Newspaper Clippings

 

Box 0027
0001. Newspaper Clippings (1), 1992 – 1994

 

Box 0028
0002. Newspaper Clippings (2), 1993 – 1994
0003. Newspaper Clippings (3), 1993 – 1994
0004. Newspaper Clippings (4), 1992 – 1993

 

Box 0029
0005. Newspaper Clippings (5), 1993
0006. Newspaper Clippings (6), 1993
0007. Newspaper Clippings (7), 1993

 

 

Series V – Publications

Box 0030
0001. Dutch Publications, 1989 – 1994

 

 

Box 0031
0001. Dutch Publications, 1989 – 1994

 

 

Box 0032
0001. Dutch Publications, 1989 – 1994

 

 

Box 0033
0001. Human Rights Commission, 1989 – 1992

 

 

Box 0034
0001. Human Rights Commission, 1989 – 1992

 

 

Box 0035
0001. PAC, 1988 – 1993

 

 

Box 0036
0001. Frontfile, 1988 – 1990

 

 

Box 0037
0001. Anti – Apartheid Movement

 

 

Box 0038
0001. Anti-Apartheid, [1988] – 1989
0002. AWEPAA News Bulletin, 1991
0003. Challenge: Church and People, 1991 – 1993
0004. International Mobilisation, 1990
0005. Intelligence Newsletter, 1989
0006. Mandela’s Appeal, n.d., 1992
0007. Prisma: World News, 1988 – 1989
0008. Religion, 1989
0009. Sanctions, 1988 – 1989
0010. South Africa: ANC Interim Constitution, 1990
0011. Transvaal Rural Action Committee (TRAC), 1989

 

 

Series VI – Posters and Memorabilia

 

Box 0039
0012. Includes Photo album “Mandela tour”
0013-0018. Memorabilia

 

Additions

Series I – Correspondence

 

Box 0040
0001. Between Frene Ginwala and the Shipping Research Bureau on the oil embargo over South Africa, 1981 – 1986
0002. Date and time of election for South Africans in the Netherlands, April 1994
0003. Expressing concern about the situation in South Africa, 1992
0004. From NR Mandela to FW de Klerk, 9 July 1992
0005. From the Treasurer General to Chief Reps, 1993
0006. In Dutch, 1988
0007. Statements sent to the ANC President’s office 1984, 1988
0008. With high commissioners/embassies, 1988
0009. With ANC Secretary General’s office, 1974 – 1975
0010. With the ANC London office, 1988
0011. President’s office, OR Tambo, 1973, 1986 – 1990

 

 

Series II – Discussion Documents

 

Box 0041
0001. Assessment of the economy of South Africa, 1987
0002. Department of Information and Publicity – the Situation in South Africa
0003. Economy of a democratic South Africa, 1990
0004. Gender and Economic Policy in a Democratic South Africa by Ginwala and others, 1991
0005. Mobility and social change in South Africa, June 1975
0006. On a mixed economy in South Africa, by Vella Pillay, ANC DEP discussions, 1989
0007. On the oil embargo, 1982
0008. Policy Guidelines for a democratic South Africa, April 1992
0009. Sent to Frene Ginwala re relations between Europe and South Africa, 1990
0010. South Africa’s Foreign Debt, 1989
0011. South Africa’s Manufacturing Industry, 1987
0012. South Africa’s Transport Industry and Transport Policy, 1987
0013. The Oil Embargo 1989 – 1991: Secrecy still rules
0014. What is COSATU?

 

 

Series III – Reports

 

Box 0042
0001. Abductions by the Apartheid regime
0002. A Matla Trust Project
0003. ANC Development Centre Dakawa – Revised 1984 Development Plan, Volume I, August 1990
0004 ANC Development Centre Dakawa – Revised 1984 Development Plan, Volume II, August 1990
0005. ANC Development Centre Dakawa – Revised 1984 Development Plan, Volume III, August 1990
0006. 1990 ANC National Consultative Conference
0007. Malibongwe Conference on Women’s Struggle in South Africa
0008. Meeting between the ANC and the Consultative Business Movement, March 1990
0009. Project for developing destitute youth
0010. Stop Apartheid; Boycott Shell! Shadow Report

 

 

Series IV – Statements

 

Box 0043
0001. NEC Statement – 78th Anniversary of the ANC January 8, 1990
0002. Notes on negotiations
0003. On the Campaign for Peace and Democracy, issued by ANC/ SACP/ COSATU, July 1992
0004. Speech – NR Mandela to the Finance Week Breakfast Club, 19 July 1991

 

 

Series – New Addition Correspondence

 

Box 0044
0001. ANC Election Fundraising Campaign, 1993
0002..ANC Election Fundraising Campaign, 1993 Netherland Mission
0003. ANC Chief Representatives Office -ANC Membership
0004. ANC Netherlands Unit, 1986, 1988
0005. ANC students in Netherlands, 1993
0006. ANC Women’s Section, 1991 – 1992, n.d.
0007. Circular from Political Prisoners Committee to all other missions, 1988 – 1989
0008. Chief Representation Office, 1988 -1993, n.d.
0009. Department of Education

 

Box 0045
0010. Department of International Affairs, 1989 – 1992
0011. Embassies, 1989, 1991
0012. Holland Committee on Southern Africa, 1988 – 1989, 1991
0013. Invitations to attend a meeting in Holland, 1992
0014. Palla Jordan (ANC Head of Research Department) and Gerd
0015. Projects Department, 1990 – 1992
0016. Regarding opening ANC Information Bureau in Amsterdam, n.d.
0017. Request for funding the running and maintenance of the Amsterdam Office
0018. The Secretary General’s Office (S.G.O.), 1988
0019. Support for the ANC Amsterdam Office, 1986, 1988 – 1989, 1991
0020. Thebe Investment Corporation, 1992
0021. Treasurer General’s Office, 1989

 

 

Series – Reports

 

Box 0046
0001. ANC Membership List -Amsterdam, 1990
0002. ANC Mission to EEC and Benelux Countries in Brussels, 1989
0003. ANC National Consultative Conference, 1990
0004. ANC Netherlands, 1989
0005. ANC Unit Netherlands, 1986, 1989
0006. Award of Honorary Doctorate to Rev. Frank Chikane, 1988
0007. The Batlagae Trust Annual General Report, 1992
0008. Briefing on the work of Foreign Affairs Commission, n.d.
0009. Cadres of the ANC are challenges to build Dakawa, n.d.
0010. Cooperation agreement between the University of the North and the University of Groningen, 1993
0011. Democracy Trust, cop of Trust deed, 1994
0012. Department of Information and Publicity, n.d.
0013.Discussion with accountant, Mrs. R. Letschert, 1991
0014. Donors Conference, Arusha, Tanzania, 1990 – 1991
0015. Draft Report on RPC structure in Netherlands by ad hoc Committee,
0016. Draft Structure of the Regional Political Committee, n.d.
0017. Elections Strategy Workshop, 1993
0018. Elsies River Community Development Trust, 1993
0019. Financial statements – ANC Netherlands, 1991
0020. Funding proposal for documentary: Through our own eyes and in our own words, 1992
0021. Funding proposal for Peace and Democracy Campaign, Media Development Project, 1993

 

Box 0047
0022. Finding proposal for Service and Information Point (SIP), 1993
0023. Funding Proposal for the Studies of Michelle Williams, 1992
0024. Funding Proposal of Community Based Peace Work, Peace Coordination Trust, 1992
0025. International Conference on Southern Africa, London, 1993
0026. Inventory report by Reference Centre on Education and Religion in South Africa, 1990
0027. May 5 Liberation Day, Commemoration in Netherlands, 1990
0028. National Fundraising Workshop, 1986, 1988, n.d.
0029. Oslo Fundraising Conference, 1989
0030. Preliminary report on information and technology, n.d.
0031. Regional Political Committee (RPC)) statement for years ending, 1988 – 1990
0032. Remarks and personal observation by Lerato Msopho – ANC Amsterdam Office, 1990
0033. Report by Jeffrey Marishane, who undertook one year research fellowship under the Govan Mbeki Fund, University of Amsterdam, 1988 -1989
0034. Report from Joke and Gert van Maanen of South African situation, 1993
0035. Report of DIA to the Oslo, Norway fundraising workshop, 1989
0036. Report back of meeting with the Department of Transport and Water Affairs, 1992
0037. Report of trip to the Netherlands & Belgium undertaken by Shaheed Rajie, 1991
0038. Report of the working group on South Africa to the Executive Board of the International Federation of Library Associations (IFLA), 1990, 1992
0039. Report on activities in Netherlands by Bunie Sexwale to ANC Women’s Section, 1987
0040. South Africa, the future for textiles, 1994
0041. The South African Advances Education Project (SAAEP), 1993
0042. State of affairs finances, ANC Office Amsterdam, 1989
0043. The treasury workshop – Dar-es Salam, 1988, n.d.

 

Series – Minutes / Statements/ Discussion Documents

 

Box 0048
0001. Naude, Beyers Interviews, 175, 1983
0002. Speech delivered by ANC office in Berielux countries, n.d.
0003. Summary of lecture given by Esau du Plessis for workshop 12 – “Apartheid there and here”, 1988
0004. ANC Women’s Section Meetings – Amsterdam, 1990 – 1991
0005. The Department of Economic and Planning (DEP) – Harare, 1990
0006. Salient points and comments raised at the meeting of the ANC and ANC supporters and friends, 1990
0007. Various meetings, 1985 – 1989, 1994, n.d.
0008. ANC: National Liberation Movement or Political Party, n.d.
0009. ANC policy in Dutch language
0010. Background paper on funding Women’s Section, 1989
0011. Discussion document on Development issued by ANC Projects Department, 1990
0012. Draft discussion document on sanctions, 1990
0013. Women in Lesotho – some research priorities, a working paper from the Basotho Women Migrant Project – Post graduate seminar on Women, Colonialism and Commonwealth. Papers presented by Bunie M. Sexwale – University of London, 1986

 

Box 0049
0001. Dutch language material, (Application of Kumar Sanjay, real name Girja Singh) for residence and permit in the Netherlanda1988 – 1989, 1991
0002. Dutch language material, (Letter to NOVIB); (ANC office in Amsterdam requested various municipalities for financial support.
0003. Dutch language material, (Agreement reached with ANC Office and AABN – Anti Apartheid Beweging Neserland), 1988