UNIVERSITY OF FORT HARE

UNIVERSITY LIBRARY

ANC ARCHIVES

SECRETARY-GENERAL’S OFFICE

CYRIL RAMAPHOSA , (Code: SGO )

RECORDS, 1988 – 1997

(bulk dates, 1990 – 1994)

118 Boxes (13.1 linear meters)

ACQUISITION: ANC Archive Committee

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Historical background on Secretary- General’s Office, Cyril Ramaphosa

Cyril Ramaphosa was born on 17 November 1952 at the South Western Townships (SOWETO), near Johannesburg. He is the son of Erdmuth and Samuel Ramaphosa. He did his early education in SOWETO and completed his high school education at Sibasa in the Northern Tranvaal in 1971 and later enrolled for the law degree at the University of the North (Turfloop). At the university he was heavily involved in student politics, becoming in 197 4 chairman of the local branch of two black consciousness organisations, the South African Student’s Organisation and the Student Christian Movement. This resulted in him being detained in solitary confinement for eleven months in 197 4 under Section 6 of the Terrorism Act, for organising pro- Frelimo rallies. In 1976, following the outbreak of the SOWETO student uprising, he was detained for six months.After his release, he became a law clerk for a Johannesburg firm of attorneys and continued his studies through the University of South Africa (UNISA), where he obtained his B. Proc degree in 1981.Disillusioned with private legal practice, he joined the independent trade union movement as a legal adviser to the black consciousness oriented Council of Unions of South Africa (CUSA).

In mid-1982, in a momentous decision that was to transform labour relations in the wealthy South African mining industry, the Chamber of Mines and the South African Government announced that they would allow black African mineworkers to join unions. The change of policy prompted a number of unions to try and organise the country’s 700 000 black mineworkers. In 1982, CUSA requested that Ramaphosa start a union of mineworkers. This union was launched in the same year and was named the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM).

Ramaphosa was elected as the first General Secretary of the union. As general secretary of the union, he embarked on exhausting rounds of union organising, collective bargaining and, public activities. Under his skilful direction the NUM grew rapidly, concentrating its organising efforts on those mines where management was most receptive. It focussed its campaigns on wages and working conditions and on the colour bar that for years had reserved skilled mining jobs for whites only.The NUM won some significant victories in the courts and at the bargaining table. Mineworkers, denied a voice for many decades, became far more assertive and militant. In “comrade Cyril” they had an articulate and confident spokesperson who, though he had never been a mineworker himself, enjoyed enormous personal credibility and popularity with mineworkers.

In 1985 the NUM broke with CUSA and threw its weight behind the giant Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU). COSATU adopted a “Chaterist” approach to national politics and forged links with the exiled political movement, the African National Congress (ANC). In 1986, Ramaphosa was part of a COSATU delegation to meet the ANC leadership in Lusaka, Zambia In l 987the NUM membership in a conference elected the imprisoned ANC leader, Nelson Mandela, as its honorary life president and endorsed the political platform outlined in the ANC’s “Freedom Charter.” When Nelson Mandela was released from prison in early 1990 and made his first public speech in 30 years from the steps of City Hall in Cape Town, Ramaphosa was at his side and introduced the veteran politician to the masses.

Mandela’s confidence in Ramaphosa was evident when he chose Ramaphosa to a position of secretary general in an ANC conference on July 5, 1991. During the next few years from then, Ramaphosa played a crucial role in negotiations with the former South African regime to bring about a peaceful transition to end apartheid and to set a stage for the country’s first democratic elections that were held in April 1994. He was re-elected to the position of secretary general that same year and, at the insistence of comrade Nelson Mandela, he took the post of co-chairing the Constitutional Assembly. His negotiating talents and skills in building and leading effective teams made a significant difference.

In 1996, he announced that he was going into private business and six months later, he was appointed as Deputy Chairman of New Africa Investments Limited (NAIL) and Chairman of the National Empowerment Consortium (NEC). When Ramaphosa left the secretary general position, Cheryl Carolus was appointed by the ANC NEC as the Acting Secretary General until October 1997, when she was appointed as South Africa’s High Commissioner in London.

 

Acknowledgements and References

1. http://www.anc.org.za/ancdocs/pr/l 997 /pr l 002a.html
2. http://www.answers.com/topic/cyril-ramaphosa
3. http://en.wikipediaorglwiki/Cyril Ramaphosa

 

Scope and Content Note

The records of the office of the ANC Secretary General cover the period when he was the National Chairperson of the Reception Committee in 1990; when he was elected in an ANC National Conference to become Secretary General in 1991; his role from during the transition government from apartheid to democracy in 1996; his dedication in serving the people of South Africa as co-chair of the Constitutional Assembly that led to the writing and adoption of the “Constitution” of the Republic of South Africa (Act 108 of 1996).

The entries in this collection are arranged alphabetically according to folder title. Where the box contains more than one form of records (e.g. commissions, conferences and corporate bodies) it is indicated, especially in series such as minutes.

The Cyril Ramaphosa collection is divided into the following main series: Correspondence; Discussion Documents; Minutes; Reports and Statements.

 

Series 1 – Correspondence: It is made up of Grey boxes, from 0001 to 0077. This is further sub divided into sub series namely: acknowledgements, anti-apartheid movements, ANC departments, associations, commissions, concerns and comments, conferences, corporate bodies, foreign relations, forums, foundations and trusts, government departments, homelands, investments, invitations, labour movement, learning institutions, legal matters, local government, media, memoranda, messages of support, other countries, political parties, projects, provinces, recommendations, religious bodies, requests, sport codes, visits and world bodies.

Sub-series 1 – Acknowledgements. These are mostly responses from the offices of Secretary General to various individuals and organizations making follow ups about the particular issues. The period covered is this correspondence is from 1991-1996. This material is in box 0001.

Sub-series 2 – Anti Apartheid Movement. These are civil societies that were formed by the international community in different countries to resist their governments when supporting the apartheid South African government in any form that was not advancing the political, economic social freedom of all South Africans. The correspondence in this sub series is from the Anti-Apartheid Movement in the following countries i.e. London; France; Holland; New Zealand etc. The period covered by this correspondence is from 1992 to 2003, and is in box 0002.

Sub-series 3 – ANC Departments. This correspondence is from various ANC departments and is sent to Secretary General requesting him to attend meetings or requesting him to speak in various events. The period covered in this correspondence is from 1990-1994 and is located in box 0003 to 0010.

Sub-series 4 – Associations. These are associations representing different sectors of the South African society and are writing to the Secretary General on policy issues, commenting on political events and activities. This correspondence is from civic and community association, domestic animal associations and from the International Society for the Red Cross. The period covered is from 1990-1997 and is in box 0011 to 0011a.

Sub-series 5 – Commissions. This correspondence is from chapter 9 institutions as constituted in the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa. The period covered is from 1991 to 1997 and is in box 0012.

Sub-series 6 – Concerns and Comments. This is the correspondence from various individuals and organisations regarding complaints and concerns on various matters including transport, racial conflicts, socio-political conditions, socio-economic conditions, job creations, employment crisis, giving warnings and advises on death penalty, violence, elections, education, etc. The period covered ranges from 1991 to 1997 and is in box 0013-0014

Sub-series 7 – Conferences. In this sub series we find correspondence to the Secretary General regarding the conferences of the ANC i.e. international, national and provincial conferences, international, donor and business conferences as well as workshops. The period covered is from 1990 to 1997 and is in box 0015 to 0016.

Sub-series 8 – Corporate Bodies. This is the correspondence from various corporate bodies congratulating Cyril Ramaphosa and others for leading the ANC to victory during the general elections. Some of these companies are motor dealership such as VWSA; Mercedes Benz; Toyota etc. Others are presenting him with offers and others inviting him to be a guest speaker in their conferences. This correspondence covers the period from 1991 -1997 and is in boxes 0017 to 0021.

Sub-series 9- Foreign Relations. This is the correspondence from various Embassies sent to Cyril Ramaphosa inviting him to attend meetings, cocktails parties and celebrations. Included are condolences, congratulations and acknowledgements to
ANC on various matters. The period covered is from 1991 to 1997 and is in box 0022 to 0024

Sub-series 10 – Forums. This correspondence is from international and national forums inviting Cyril Ramaphosa to attend their conferences and annually meetings. The period covered is from 1990 to 1991 and is in box 0025 to 0027.

Sub-series 11 – Foundations and Trusts. This correspondence is from the ANC related foundations and trusts such as Luthuli Memorial Trust, Kagiso Trust etc. Included is the Chris Hani Post Graduate Scholarship in Britain for interested ANC members. The period covered is from 1990 to 1991 and is in box 0026 to 0027.

Sub-series 12 – Government Departments. This correspondence is from different governments departments to the Secretary General before and after the 1994 general elections. The period covered is from 1990-1997and is in box 0028 to 0029.

Sub-series 13 – Homelands. This is the correspondence from the apartheid government homelands (Bophuthatswana, Ciskei, kwaNdebele etc) to the secretary general. The period covered is from 1990 tol994 and is in box 0030.

Sub-series 14 – Investment Corporation. This correspondence from different investment corporations to Secretary General addressing various matters such economic policies and prospective investments in the country. The period covered is from 1991 tol996 and is in box 0031.

Sub-series 15 – Invitations. This correspondence is in a form of invitations that are sent to secretary general inviting him to attend functions outside the ANC. The period covered is from 1991 to 1997 and is in box 0032 to 0036.

Sub-series 16 – Labour Movement. This correspondence is from the Labour Movement to Secretary General informing him about the possible industrial actions. The period covered is from 1991 to 1997 and is in box 0036 to 0038.

Sub-series 17 – Learning Institutions. This correspondence is from various learning institutions i.e. Universities, Technikons, Colleges and Technical Colleges as well as the Student Organizations. The period covered is from 1990 to 1997 and is in box 0039 to 0043.

Sub-series 18 – Legal matters. This is the correspondence from various organisations and individuals regarding various legal matters. The period covered is from 1991 to 1997 and is in box00 44 to 0046

Sub-series 19 – Local Government. This is the correspondence between Secretary General and various institutions of the local government such as traditional leaders and local municipalities in both urban and rural areas. The period covered is from
1991-1994, 1997 and is in box 0047.

Sub-series 20 – Media. This correspondence is from the local and international broadcasting corporations, production companies and media associations to Secretary
General requesting media related matters. The period covered is from 1990 to 1997 and is in box 0048.

Sub-series 21 – Memoranda. This correspondence is from different ANC structures and from the alliance to secretary general informing him about the organisational activities. The period covered is from 1991 to 1997 and is in box 0049 to 0053.

Sub-series 22 – Messages of Support. This correspondence is from various political parties. These are messages of Support from various local and international political parties, companies and countries to Secretary General congratulating him on being elected as Secretary General during the national conference. Included in this sub series are messages congratulating Walter Sisulu on his 80th birthday and messages of condolence to the ANC on the death of Chris Hani, Joe Slovo and on the Boipatong massacre. The period covered is from 1991 to 1997 and is in box 0054.

Sub-series 23 – Other Countries. This correspondence is from various countries i. e Africa, Australia, Asia, Europe, USA etc. to secretary general regarding the political situation in South Africa and also congratulating the ANC on winning the first democratic elections in South Africa. The period covered is from 1990 to 1997 and is in box 0055.

Sub-series 24 – Political Parties. This correspondence is from political parties in South Africa, Africa as well as abroad to Secretary General regarding various organisational matters. The period covered is from 1990 to 1997 and is in box 0056.

Sub-series 25 – Projects. This correspondence is about the ANC projects i.e Dakawa/Mazimbu. The period covered is from 1990 to 1997 and is in box 0057 to 0058.

Sub-series 26 – Province and Regions. This correspondence is from the Provinces and Regions to Secretary General informing him about the community developments. The period covered is from 1990 to 1997 and is in box 0067 A to00 69.

Sub-series 27 – Recommendation. This is the correspondence from different leaders of the world that is sent to Secretary General conveying messages of appreciation on the progress of the ANC in addressing the political and socio-economic interest of all the people of South Africa. The period covered is from 1992-1996 and is in box 0068.

Sub-series 28 – Religious Organisations. This is the correspondence from various religious bodies that is sent to Secretary General in support of the work of the ANC in negotiating with the apartheid state a way forward to a non-racial, non-sexist democratic South Africa. The period covered is from 1990 to 1997 and is in box 0068.

Sub-series 29 – Requests. This is the correspondence from various organisations making requests to Secretary General i.e. financial assistance, donations, advises, membership applications, information for research/book publication dispute interventions, requests for meeting and interviews. The period covered is from 1991 to 1997 and is in box 0070 to 0074.

Sub-series 30 – Sport Codes. This is the correspondence from different Sport Codes i.e. Rugby, Soccer/ Football (N.S. L. /Women’s Football), United Cricket Board of South Africa, Blind Bowler’s, Golfers Association, Federation of Sleggod sports,
United Surfing Council of South Africa, Cape Town Olympic Bid Committee, Olympic Sports Congress of South Africa, Formula One Grand Prix and National Greyhond and Racing Board of South Africa. The period covered is from 1991 to
1996 and is in box 0075.

Sub-series 31 – Visits. This is the correspondence regarding the visits of the Secretary  General to various countries and continents i.e. Africa, America, Asia, Europe, United Kingdoms, Scandinavian countries, etc. The period covered is from 1991 to 1997 and is in box 0076.

Sub-series 32 – World Bodies. This is the correspondence to Secretary General and other world institutions i.e. Amnesty International, Common Wealth, European Parliament, Organisations of African Unity (OAU), United Nations, World Economic Forum, Southern African Development Community (SADC) etc. The period covered is from 1991-1996 and is in box 0077.

 

Series 2- Discussion Documents. This section is composed of discussion papers that cover various subjects of historical value to the organisation i.e. ANC departments, ANC presented papers, conference papers, conference commissions, policy papers and workshop papers. These documents can be found from box 0078 to 0085.

Sub-series 1 – ANC Departments. These are discussion documents that emanate from various ANC departments i.e. arts and culture, economic policy, health, information and publicity etc. The period covered is from 1990 to 1997 and is in box 0078 to 0079.

Sub-series 2 – ANC Presented papers. These are discussion papers that have been presented by various ANC departments and individuals to various institutions. The period covered is from 1990 to 1997 and is in box 0080.

Sub-series 3 – Commissions. These are commission papers that were presented for discussion during conference commission sessions i.e. the emancipation of woman, the delimitations of regional boundaries, commission on building of the organisation, democratic language policy for South Africa and integrated approach to post compulsory educations. The period covered is from 1991 to 1993 and is in box 0081.

Sub-series 4 – Conferences. These are the discussion papers that have been presented in various institutions and conferences some of which are ANC and non ANC i.e. strategic task facing the ANC after April 27, land manifesto for National
Conference and ANC National Policy Conferences Process, includes ANC COSATUSACP Alliance Summit and Inter -Regional Summit. The period covered is from 1991 to 1997 and is in box 0082.

Sub series 5 – Provinces. These are discussion papers regarding the complaints about the State of emergence; banning of political meetings and intimidations by the police.
The period covered in this correspondence is from 1992-1993; 1995 and the material can be located in box 0083.

Sub-series 6 – ANC Policy. These are discussion papers on policies i.e. ANC policy guidelines for a democratic South Africa, finance, transport and proposed motor and vehicle policy. The period covered is from 199l to 1993, 1995 and is box 0084.

Sub-series 7 – Workshops. These are the discussion papers that were presented to various structures of the ANC i.e. ANC evaluation, ANC economic policy, engagement strategy, etc. The period covered is from 1990 and 1992 and is in box 0085.

 

Series 3 – Minutes. This series papers include minutes of the various structures of the ANC and its allies i.e. ANC departments, alliance partners, commissions/conferences/corporate bodies, foundations and trusts, handwritten notes and those minutes that came from the provinces.

Sub-series 1- ANC Departments. These are minutes of meetings from various ANC departments. The period covered is from 1991 to 1997 and is in box 0086 to 0090.

Sub-series 2 – Alliance. These are minutes of meetings the secretary general had with different organisations i.e. Peace Conferences, Consultative meeting between the African National Congress and the Natal and Transvaal Indian Congress, Tripartite Alliance and Socio Economic Issues etc. The period covered is from 1991 to 1993 and 1996 and is in box 0091.

Sub-series 3 – Commissions/Conferences/Corporate bodies. This series is made up of commissions, conferences and corporate bodies. The period covered is from 1990 to 1997 and is in box 0092.

Sub-series 4 – Trusts and Foundations. This sub-series consists of minutes of meetings of both trusts and foundations that were held with Secretary General i.e. education trust and independent development trust, etc. The period covered is from
1990 to 1997 and is in box 0093.

Sub-series 5 – Handwritten notes. This sub-series contains unmarked original handwritten notes. The period covered is from 1997 to 1998 and is in box 0094.

Sub-series 6 – Provinces. This sub-series contains minutes of the ANC Regional Executive Committee and Provincial Executive Committee of all nine provinces. The period covered is from 1991 to 1997 and is in box 0095.

 

Series 4- Reports. This series is made up of reports from various sections of the ANC i.e. ANC departments, conferences, provinces and from the workshops.

Sub-series 1- ANC Departments. These are reports from the organising department of the ANC. The period covered is from 1990 to 1997 and is in box 00096 to 0099.

Sub-series 2- Conference. These are reports of various conferences i.e. national, provincial and regions. The period covered is from 1991-1996 and is box 0100 to 0103.

Sub-series 3- Provinces. These are reports from provincial and regional offices of the
ANC and they include reports on the Secretary General’s visit to the provinces and his briefing notes. The period covered is from 1990 to 1997 and is in box 0104 to 0110.

Sub-series 4- Workshops. These are report from various workshops i.e. consultative workshops and report of tri-partite workshops on violence. The period covered is from
1992 to 1993 and is in box 0111.

 

Series 5 – Statements. This series is made up of statements from various sections of the ANC and its allies i.e. ANC departments, alliance, conferences, press briefings, provinces and those issued by the secretary general.

Sub-series 1 – ANC Departments. These are press statements that were issued by various departments. The period covered is from 1990 to 1 997 and is in box 0112 to 0113.

Sub-series 2 – Alliance. These are statements that were issued by the tripartite alliance. The period covered is from 1989 to 993 and 1997 and, is in box 0114.

Sub-series 3 – Conference. These are statements that were issued during conference by different leaders. The period covered is from 1990 and 1 996 and is in box 0115.

Sub-Series 4 – ANC Press briefings. These are daily press briefing statements and interview transcripts of the Secretary General. The period covered is from 1991 to
1994 and is in box 0116.

Sub-series 5 – Provinces. These are statements that were issued by the leadership of the provinces. The period covered is from 1991 to 1996 and is in box 0117.

Sub-series 6 – SGO Press Release. These are the released press statements by the Secretary General, included in this sub series are statements by the then acting Secretary General Cheryl Carolus. The period covered is from 1991 to 1997 and is in box 0118.

 

 

Series I – Correspondence

 

Sub series 1 : Acknowledgments

Box 0001
0001. September – December, 1991
0002. January – June 1992
0003. July – December 1992
0004. January – December, 1993
0005. January – November 1994
0006. January -March 1995
0007. April – June 1995
0008. July – September 1995
0009. October – December 1995
0010. February – April 1996
0011. May – July 1996
0012. August – September 1996
0013. nd

 

Sub series 2 – Anti Apartheid Movement

Box 0002
0014. Amnesty International France, 1993, 1996, 2003
0015. Anti-Apartheid Holland, 1992, 1994- 1995
0016. Anti-Apartheid Movement London, 1992-1993, 1995
0017. Hart New Zealand, 1991 – 1992
0018. Anti-Apartheid Movement of various countries, 1990 – 1996

 

Sub series 3 – African National Congress Departments

Box 0003
0019. Arts and Culture, 1990 -1991
0020. Arts and Culture, 1992 (Jan – Dec)
0021. Arts and Culture, 1993 (Jan – Dec)
0022. Arts and Culture, 1994 (Jan, March – April)

 

Box 0004
0023. Building and Technical Services, 1991 – 1993
0024. Civil Service Unit, 1992 – 1994
0025. Economic Planning, 1991, 1993 – 1994
0026. Education, 1992, 1994, 1996
0027. Finance, 1990 -1991, 1993 – 1994
0028. Fundraising (Donations), 1991-1992, 1994
0029. Health, 1991-1993

 

Box 0005
0030. Information and Publicity, 1991-1992
0031. Information and Publicity, 1993
0032. Information and Publicity, 1994-1996
0033. International Affairs, 1991
0034. International Affairs, 1992
0035. International Affairs, 1993
0036. International Affairs, 1994-1996

 

Box 0006
0037. Human Resource, 1991
0038. Human Resource, 1992, January – March
0039. Human Resource, 1992, April – June
0040. Human Resource, 1992, July August
0041. Human Resource, 1992-September – November
0042. Human Resource, 1993-1995

 

Box 0007
0043. Legal and Constitutional Affairs, 1991, 1992
0044. Legal and Constitutional Affairs, 1993
0045. Legal and Constitutions Affairs, 1994-1996
0046. Organizing, 1991
0047. Organizing, 1992
0048. Organizing, 1993
0049. Organizing, 1994-1995, 1997, 1999, n.d

 

Box 0008
0050. Personal, 1992-1995, 1997
0051. Policy, 1992-1995
0052. Policy, 1996-1997
0053. Political Education, 1990-1992
0054. Political Education, 1993
0055. Political Education, 1994, 1996
0056. Project, 1990-1993

 

Box 0009
0057. Research, 1991-1992, n.d.
0058. Researches, 1993
0059. Research, 1994
0060. Research, 1996-1997
0061. Staff Association, 1992-1993
0062. Social Welfare, 1991-1993, 1996

 

Box 0010
0063. Auditors, 1993
0064. Deployment and personnel matters, 1991-1995, 1997
0065. Economic and Planning, 1991-1992
0066. Fundraising, 1991-1995
0067. Transport, (Treasurer- General), 1990-1993
0068. Transport (Treasurer- General), 1994-1997

 

Sub-series 4 – Associations

Box 0011
0069. Domestic Animals, 1993-1995
0070. Care for the Aged and Retired Persons, 1992, 1995-1996, n.d.
0071. Civic and Community, 1991-1993
0072. Civic and Community, 1994-1997, 1999
0073. Civil Societies, 1992-1993, 1995-1996
0074. Conflict Intervention, 1992-1994
0075. Community and Transport, 1992-1993
0076. Gays and Lesbian, 1992, 1994-1997
0077. Health Institutions and Related Organizations, 1992, 1997
0078. Health Professional (dental and medicine), 1991-1 994
0079. Health Professionals and related field, 1992-1994, 1996
0080. Traditional Healers and Leaders, 1992-1993, 1995
0081. Transport, 1993-1996

 

Box 0011a
0082. International Committee of the Red Cross, 1991-1994
0083. Legal Firms representing various businesses, 1992-1995
0084. Metallurgical Managers, 1993 -1 994
0085. Other countries, 1991 -1996
0086. Physically disabled, 1992, 1994
0087. Political campaigns, 1990, 1993 and 1 996,
0088. Public servants, 1992 – 1994; 1996 – 1997
0089. Various, 1992 – 1996

 

Box 0012
0090. Commissions of Inquiries, 1991 – 1993; 1995; nd
0091. Gender Commission, 1993 – 1994
0092. Goldstone Commission, 199 – 1994
0093. Peace Commission, 1991, 1993
0094. Various Commissions, 1991 – 1995; 1997

 

Sub series 5 – Comments and Concerns

Box 0013
0095. Legislation/ Policies, 1992 – 1996
0096. Various matters, 1991 – 1992; nd
0097. Various matters, 1993 (Jan – June)
0098. Various matters, 1993 (July – Dec)
0099. Various matters, 1994 (Jan- March)
0100. Various matters, 1994 (May – Dec)
0101. Various matters, 1995 (Jan; May and June)
0102. Various matters, 1995 (July – Dec)
0103. Various matters, 1996

 

Box 0014
0104. Crime, 1992-1993
0105. Crime, 1994, 1996, 1997
0106. Human rights issues, 1992-1997
0107. Labour related issues, 1991-1993
0108. Labour related issues, 1994-1995
0109. Outstanding payments and claims, 1992, 1994-1995
0110. Various issues, 1991-1993, n.d.
0111. Various issues, 1995
0112. Various issues, 1996-1997

 

Box 0015
0113. African National Congress 1991, 1994-1995
0114. Annual General Meeting, 1991-1993, 1996
0115. Regional Conference, 1992, 1994
0116. Donors, 1991
0117. International Business and Investment, 1992-1994, 1996
0118. International Conferences in Austral-Asia, 1992
0119. International Conference in Britain, 1991, 1995-2996
0120. International Conference on Democratic South Africa, 1992
0121. International Conference on Foreign, 1993, 1995
0122. International Socialist Parties, 1990-1991-199, 1994

 

Sub-series 6 – Conferences

Box 0016
0123. International Solidarity, 1993
0124. Interregional Summit, 1992
0125. Policy, 1992
0126. Postponements, 1991-1992
0127. Reports, 1992, 1994
0128. Seminar, 1992-1996
0129. SADC, 1991, 1993, 1995-1997
0130. Symposiums and Summit, 1992-1993, 1995-1996
0131. Workshops, 1991-1996

 

 

Sub-series 7 -Corporate Bodies

Box 0017
0132. Airlines and Airports, 1991, 1993-1995
0133. Auto-Mobile companies, 1 993, 1995
0134. Auto Mobile companies, buses and trains-1993-1994
0135. Auto Mobile companies: Freight, 1992-1996
0136. Auto Mobile companies, 1992 – 1 995
0137. Auto Mobile companies: (Toyota), 1991 – 1 994
0138. Banking Institutions, 1991 – 1993
0139. Banking Institutions (Ned bank; Nucor), 1991; 1993; 1995 – 1996
0140. Banking Institutions (First National and Standard), 1992 – 1994, 1997
0141. Banking Institutions (World Bank) 1991-193-1994
0142. Business Associations, 1 992 – 1996
0143. Catering and Baking, 1993 – 1995
0144. Chamber of Mines, 1991 – 1993
0145. Chamber of Commerce from other countries, 1992 – 1994

 

Box 0018
0146. Communications, 1991-1993
0147. Communications companies, 1994-1996
0148. Consultants Finance and Chartered Accountants, 1993-1996
0149. Consultants General, 1991-1996
0150. Consultative Business movement, 1991-1994
0151. Eastern and Western Cape Chamber of Commerce, 1992 – 1996
0152. Engineering companies, 1992 – 1996
0153. Fuel and Gas companies, 1993 – 1996
0154. Holding companies, 1992 – 1994
0155. Holding companies, 1995 – 1 996

 

Box 0019
0156. Information and Technology, 1991 – 1993
0157. Information and Technology, 1994 – 1996
0158. Insurance Companies and Brokers, 1991 – 1996
0159. Insurance companies, 1991 – 1996
0160. International Business, 1992 – 1994; 1996 – 1997
0161. Investment Companies, 1991 – 1 996
0162. Kessel Feinstein Consulting, 1993

 

Box 0020
0163. Management Consultants, 1991 – 1996
0164. Manufacturing firms, 1992, 1994 – 1996
0165. Marketing companies, 1991 – 1996
0166. Minerals and Energy companies, 1992 – 1995
0167. National African Federated Chamber of Commerce and Industry, 1991 – 1 995
0168. Office furniture and stationary, 1992 – 1994

 

Box 0021
0169. Post and Telecommunication, 1993 – 1996
0170. Properties, 1993 – 1996
0171. Provincial Chamber of Commerce, 1992 – 1996
0172. South African Breweries, 1992 – 1995
0173. South African Chamber of Business, 1991 – 1995
0174. Supermarkets and Retail Companies, 1992 – 1996
0175. The Tongaat Hullet Group Ltd., 1993 – 1994
0176. Wooltru Ltd and Retail companies, 1992 – 1993

 

Sub series 8 – Foreign Relations

Box 0022
0177. Embassy: American countries, 1992, 1994 – 1995, 1997
0178. Embassy: Angola, 1994 – 1996, 1999
0179. Embassy: Australia, 1992 – 1997
0180. British Consulate General: Johannesburg, 1992, 1995, 1997
0181. British High Commissioner, 1995 – 1996
0181a. Embassies: British, 1991-1992, 1994
0182. Embassy: Canada, 199 1 – 1993
0183. Embassy: Central Africa, 1992, 1995, 1997
0184. Embassy: Central and South West Europe, 1993, 1996 – 1997
0185. Embassy: Chile, 1992 – 1994
0186. Embassy: China, 1992 – 1995
0187. Embassy: Cuba, 1992 – 1997
0188. Embassy: Democratic People s Republic of Algeria, 1995 – 1996
0189. Embassy: Denmark, 1991 – 1993, 1996
0190. Embassy: East and West Europe, 1996
0191. Embassy: Federal Republic of Germany, 1991 – 1996
0192. Embassy: Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1992, 1995 -1996
0193. Embassy: Finland, 1996
0194. Embassy: France, 1991 – 1996
0195. Embassy: Greece, 1992

 

Box 0023
0196. Embassy: India, 1992, 1994 – 1997
0197. Embassy: Israel, 1992 – 1994, 1996
0198. Embassy: Italy, 1992 – 1993, 1995 – 1996.
0199. Embassy: Japan, 1993 -1995
0200. Embassy: Korea, 1992 – 1995
0201. Embassy: Malawi, 1994 – 1995, 1999
0202. Embassy: Middle East, 1995 – 1996
0203. Embassy: Netherlands, 1991 – 1992, 1996
0204. Embassy: Northern Africa, 1993, 1995
0205. Embassy: Norway, 1991, 1993 – 1995
0206. Embassy: Pakistan, 1993 – 1994, 1996
0207. Embassy: Russia, 1992, 1994, 1997
0208. Embassy: Singapore, 1992-1995
0209. Embassy: South African, 1991-1995
0210. Embassy: Southern Africa, 1991, 1993-1997
0211. Embassy: South Eastern Europe, 1994-1996
0212. Embassy: Spain, 1992, 1994-1996
0213. Embassy: Sweden, 1991-1996
0214. Embassy: Switzerland, 1993-1995

 

 

Box 0024
0215. Embassy Tanzania, 1995-1996, 1999
0216. Embassy Tunisia, 1994-1995, 1997
0217. United Nations Centre against Apartheid, 1991-1992
0218. United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, 1991-1994
0219. United State of America 1991-1996
0220. United Nations Observer Mission in South Africa, 1993-1995
0221. United Nation, 1991-1993, 1995

 

 

Sub series 9 – Forums

Box 0025
0222. Advocacy Groups and Forums, 1992, 1994 – 1995
0223. Forums, 1991 – 1995

 

 

Sub-series 10 – Foundations and Trusts

Box 0026
0224. African Enterprise, 1992 – 1996
0225. ANC Related Trusts, 1990 – 1993
0226. ANC Related Trust, 1994 – J 996
0227. Arts and Culture, 1992 – 1993
0228. Children Development Foundation, 1993, 1995 – 1996
0229. Development Aid, 1991 – 1997
0230. Education and Development, 1992 – 1994, 1997
0231. Entrepreneurship Development, 1992 – 1993, 1996
0232. Foundation for Democratic Advancement, 1992 – 1994,
0233. Housing, 1992 1993, 1997
0234. The Human Rights Trust, 1991, 1995
0235. Peace and Justice, 1991 – 1992

 

 

Box 0027
0236. Human Science and Research Council, 1992, 1994
0237. Independent Development Trust, 1991 – 1993
0238. Institute for Multi-Party Democracy, 1991 – 1995
0239. Kenneth Kaunda Foundation, 1995
0240. Lesotho and Zimbabwe, 1993, 1996
0241. Read and Education Trust, 1993 – 1995
0242. Urban Foundation, 1991 – 1993
0243. Various Foundations, 1994 – 1995

 

 

Sub series 11 – Government Departments

Box 0028
0244. Agriculture, 1994, 1997
0245. Constitutional, 1991 – 1992, 1996
0246. Education, 1991 – 1996
024 7. Environment, 1994 – 1997
0247a. Finance Department, 1 995-1997
0248. Foreign Affairs, 1991, 1993 – 1994
0249. Health, 1991, 1994 – 1995, 1997
0250. Housing, 1994 – 1996
0251. Home Affairs, 1990, 1994 – 1995, 1997
0252. Justice, 1991 – 1995, 1997
0253. 253. Labour, 1996 – 1997
0254. Law and Order, 1989, 1991 – 1994
0255. Local Government, 1992 – 1993, 1995 – 1997

 

 

Box 0029
0256. Mineral and Energy, 1995
0257. Post and Telecommunications, 1994 – 1995, 1997
0258. Provincial Affairs, 1994 – 1995
0259. Public Enterprise, 1995 – 1996
0260. Public Service and Administration, 1995 – 1997
0261. Public Works, 1993, 1995, 1997
0262. Safety and Security, 1994- 1995
0263. South African Police, 1989, 1992 – 1996
0264. Trade and Industry, 1992, 1995 – 1996
0265. Transport, 1994 – 1996
0266. Various departments, 1992 – 1997
0267. Water Affairs and Forestry, 1992 – 1995
0268. Water Affairs and Forestry, 1996 – 1997

 

 

Sub series 12 – Homelands
Box 0030
0269. Bophuthatswana and Venda, 199 0 – 1994
0270. Ciskei and Transkei, 1991 – 1993
0271. Kwa Ndebele and Kwa Ngwane, 1990 – 1992

Sub series 13 – Investment Corporations

Box 0031
0272. Insurance Companies, 1991 – 1992, 1994
0273. International Corporations, 1991 – 1 993, 1995 – 1996
0274. Investment Research, 1 992
0275. Johannesburg Stock Exchange, 1995
0276. New Africa Investment Limited, 1996
0277. National Investment Corporation, 1994 – 1995
0278. Thebe Investment, 1993 – 1994, 1996

 

 

Sub series 14 – Invitations

Box 0032
0279. Invitation to attend a Conference, 1991 – 1992
0280. Invitation to attend Conferences, 1996 – 1997
0281. Invitation to attend Workshops, 1993
0282. Invitation to attend Workshops, 1994 – 1995

 

Box 0033
0283. Invitation to attend dinner, 1991 – 1992
0284. Invitation to attend dinner, 1993 – 1994
0285. Invitation to attend dinner, 1995
0286. Invitation to attend a Gala dinner, 1996 – 1997

 

Box 0034
0287. Invitation to attend events, 1991 – 1992
0288. Invitation to attend general events, 1993
0289. Invitation to attend events in general, 1995 (Jan – June)
0290. Invitation to attend events in general, l 995(July – Dec)
0291. Invitation to speak in events in general, 1996 – 1997
Box 0035
0292. Invitation to meetings, 1991-1995, 1996
0293. Invitation to speak in the events, 1992 – 1994
0293a. Invitation to speak in the events, 1996 – 1997
0294. Invitation to visit, 1991 -1993, 1995 – 1996

 

Sub series 15 – Labour Movement

Box 0036
0295. Chemical Workers Industrial Union, 1992, 1995 – 1996
0296. Clothing and Textile Workers Union, 1993 – 1996
0297. Congress of South African Trade Unions, 1991 – 1992
0298. Congress of South African Trade Unions, 1993
0299. Congress of South African Trade Unions, 1994
0300. Congress of South African Trade Unions, 1995
0301. Congress of South African Trade Unions, 1996 – 1997

 

 

Box 0037
0302. Food and Allied Workers Union, 1993 – 1995, 1997
0303. General and Allied Workers Union, 1991 – 1996
0304. International Trade Unions, 1991 – 1995
0305. Media and Telecommunication Workers Union, 1991 – 1993, 1995 – 1996
0306. National Education and Health Allied Workers Union, 1992 -1995, 1997
0307. National Union of Mine Workers, 1991 – 1996
0308. National Union of Metal Workers of South Africa, 1991 – 1995
0309. National Union of Public Employees, 1993
0310. National Unemployed Coordinators Committee, 1992 – 1994.

 

 

Box 0038
0311. Police and Prisons Human Rights Union (POPCRU), 1992 – 1994
0312. South African Democratic Teachers Union (SADTU), 1991 – 1995
0313. South African Commercial Catering and Allied Workers Union (SACCAWU), 1991 – 1996
0314. South African Prisoners Organization for Human Rights, 1992 -1994
0315. National Council of Trade Unions, 1991 – 1992
0316. Transport and General Workers Union, 1991 – 1994, 1997

 

Sub series 16 – Learning Institutions

Box 0039
0317. African – American Institute, 1992 – 1994
0318. Community Agency for Social Enquiry, 1992
0319. Chinese Study for South African Studies, 1995
0320. Colleges of Education, 1992 – 1996
0321. Education Africa, 1993
0322. Electoral Institutes, 1992 – 1996
0323. Harvard University, 1991 – 1994
0324. Institution in Australia 1993 – 1995
0325. Institution in Europe, 1993 – 1995
0326. Institute for the Advancement of Journalism, 1994
0327. Institute for Security Studies, 1991 – 1994
0328. Institute for Personnel Management, 1991 – 1992
0329. Institute in France, 1992 – 1994
0330. Institutions in USA, 1992 – 1995

 

 

Box 0040
0331. Maharish Vedic Institute, 1996
0332. Management Institutions, 1992-1995
0333. Medunsa, 1992, 1994
0333a. Military Research Group, 1993
0334. ORT Step Institute, 1993-1996

 

Box 0041
0335. P.M Management, 1993 -1994
0336. Policy Centre, 1992-1997
0337. Rhodes University, 1991, 1994-1996
0338. Potchefstroom Univesityl99-1996
0339. Research Institutions, 1992 – 1993, 1995 – 1996
0339a. Students Organisations, 1989, 1991-1995

 

Box 0042
0340. Training and developmental, 1992-1994
0341. Technikons, 1993 -1994, 1996-1997
0342. Universities in Africa, 1991-1992, 1995 -1996
0343. University of Bophuthatswana, 1994
0344. University of Cape Town, 1991 – 1996
0345. University of Durban Westville, 1992 – 1995
0346. University of Fort Hare, 1992 – 1994
0347. University of Natal, 1992 – 1996
0348. University of the North, 1992 -1993, 1996
0349. University of Pretoria, 1992, 1994, 1996
0350. University of South Africa, 1992 – 1995
0351. University of Stellenbosch, 1992 – 1993, 1995

 

Box 0043
0352. University of Transkei, 1991, 1993 – 1995, 1997
0353. University of the Western Cape, 1991
0354. University of the Western Cape, 1992
0355. University of the Western Cape, 1993 – 1995
0356. Vista University (Port Elizabeth), 1993 – 1994
0357. Witwatersrand University, 1991 – 1997

 

 

Sub series 17 – Legal Matters

Box 0044
0358. Bheka Shezi and Partners, 1991 -1992
0359. Cheadle Thompsons and Haysom, 1990 – 1993
0360. Cheadle Thompsons and Haysom, 1994 -1995, 1997
0361. Claims for damages, 1992 – 1996
0362. Chris Watters and Associates, 1992, 1994
0363. Edward Nathan and Friedland Incorporation, 1991 – 1993
0364. Moosa, Wagalay and Peterson, 1993 – 1995
0365. Legal and Environmental Association, 1991 – 1992, 1996 – 1997
0366. Erasmus – Havemann Attorneys, 1996

 

Box 0045
0367. G.H. Akharwaray and Associates, 1992, 1995
0368. General and various matters, 1991-1996
0369. International Law Firma, 1994, 1996
0370. Ismail Ayob and Partners, 1993, 1996
0371. Law Societies and Associations, 1988, 1991-1996
0372. Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights under Law, 1991-1992, 1994
0373. Lawyer for Human Rights, 1992-1994

 

 

Box 0046
0374. Matlala Attorneys Notaries and conveyancers, 1992
0375. Mlaba Makhaye and Partners Attorneys, 1991-1992
0376. Mthembu and Mahomed Attorneys, 1993, 1995
0377. Nicholls, Cambanis, Koosanuny and Pillay, 1992, 1996
0378. Property claims, 1991-1992, 1994-1995
0379. Steven Hinds and Whites, 1992-1994

 

 

Sub-series 18- Local Government

Box 0047
0380. Contralesa, 1994, nd
0381. Housing, 1992
0382. Housing l 993, 1993-1994
0383. Municipalities in Cape, 1991-1997
0384. Municipalities in Lebowa, 1993
0385. Municipalities in Natal, 1991, 1993, 1994
0386. Municipalities in Orange Free State, 1993
0387. Municipalities in the PWV region, 1991 – 1992
0388. Municipalities in the PWV region, 1994
0389. Municipalities in the PWV region, 1995 – 1998

 

 

Sub series 19 – Media

Box 0048
0390. Associations, 1992 – 1994
0391. International Broadcasting Corporations, 1990, 1993 – 1997
0392. Magazines, 1991 – 1996
0393. Newspapers, 1991 – 1996
0394. Production companies, 1992 – 1997
0395. Publishers, 1991 – 1995
0396. Publishers and Publishing Houses, 1992 – 1996
0397. Radio, 1994 – 1996
0398. South Africa Broadcasting Corporation (SABC), 1996

 

 

Sub-series 20 – Memorandum

Box 0049
0399. To all staff members, 1991, 1994 – 1997
0400. To all departments, 1992 (March)
0401. To all departments, 1992 (April – June)
0402. To all departments, 1992 (July – Sept)
0403. To all heads of departments, 1992 (November)
0404. To all departments, (1993 – 1994)
0405. Arts and Culture, 1992 – 1993
0406. Technical Service, 1992 – 1993
0407. Conference and Preparatory Committee, 1993, 1997
0408. Conference and Reconstruction, 1994

 

 

Box 0050
0409. Education department, 1991 – 1993, 1996
0410. Economic and Policy Planning, 1991 – 1994, 1996 – 1997
0411. Heads of Departments, 1991
0412. Heads of Departments, 1992
0413. Heads of Departments, 1993
0414. Heads of Departments, 1994 – 1996
0415. International Affairs, 1991 – 1993
0416. Information and Publicity, 1991 – 1993

 

Box 0051
0417. Legal department, 1992-1993
0418. Local and Regional Government, 1991 – 1993
0419. Organizing department, 1992 – 1993, 1996
0420. Projects: Mazimbu and Dakawa, 1992
0421. Regions and Provinces, 1991 – 1993, 1997
0422. Regional Secretaries, 1991 – 1992
0423. Regional Secretaries, 1993

 

 

Box 0052
0424. Regional Secretaries, 1994 – 1997
0425. Regional Secretaries (SGO), 1991 – 1993
0426. Research department, 1992 – 1994
0427. Secretary General’s Office, 1991 – 1992
0428. Secretary General’s Office, n.d.
0429. Secretary General’s Office, 1992 (Jan – Mar)
0430. Secretary General’s Office, 1993 (April – June)

 

Box 0053
0431. Secretary General’s Office, 1993 (July – Dec)
0432. Secretary General’s Office, 1994 – 1995
0433. Secretary General’s Office, 1996 – 1997
0434. Social Welfare, 1992 – 1994
0435. Treasure General, 1990 – 1996
0436. Various Offices, 1992, 1995, 1997

 

 

Sub-series- 21 Messages of Support

Box 0054
0437. 1991
0438. 1992
0439. 1993
0440. 1994
0441. 1995
0442. 1996-1997

 

Sub-Series – 22 Countries

Box 0055
0443. Africa (southern), 1992-1996
0444. Asian and Australian, 1991-1995
0445. Assistance from other Countries, 1990-1991, 1993-1994, 1996, 1998
0446. Africa: Botswana, 1990-1994
0447. Africa: Central, 1988, 1992-1994, 1996
0448. Europe, 1991-1996
0449. Namibia, 1991-1994
0450. Northern Africa, 1991, 1993, 1996-1997
0451. North America, 1990-1996
0452. Swaziland, 1991, 1993

 

 

Sub-series -23 Political Parties

Box 0056
0453. Australia political parties, 1994
0454. African political parties: Angola, 1993-1996
0455. African political parties: Botswana, 1992-1993, 1998
0456. Civil and Civic Organizations Includes SANCO and Black Sash, 1992, 1995, 1997
0457. African political parties: Cote D’iVoire, 1994
0458. South African political parties: former Homeland, 1992-1994
0459. South African political parties: Labour Parties of S.A 1991, 1993
0460. African political parties: Malawi 1991-1992, 1994
0461. African political parties: Mauritius, 1993
0462. African political parties: Nigeria, 1994-1996
0463. South African political parties: Other Political Parties, 1992-1993, n.d
0464. South African political parties: Pan African Congress (PAC), 1991-1994
0465. Political parties: Union Pour La Democratie et le Progres Social, 1994
0466. South African political parties: South African Political Parties, 1991-1997
0467. South America: Caribbean, 1994-1996
0468. Political Parties: South West People Organisation (SW APO), 1992-1993, 1995, 1997
0469. UK Political parties: The Labour Party, 1996-1997

 

 

Sub-series 24 Projects

Box 0057
0470. ANC Educational projects, 1991-1993 ,n.d
0471. ANC projects, 1992-1995 ,n.d
0472. Alliance: COSATU, n.d
0473. Civil Service Unit, 1992-1994
0474. Projects Educational Projects, 1992-1993
0475. Projects: housing, 1990-1993, n.d

 

 

Box 0058
0476. Projects, non- ANC, 1992-1996
0477. Projects proposals 1989, 1991, 1994, n.d
0478. Projects annual reports, 1992
0479. Projects: solidarity, 1994-1995, 1997
0480. Projects: Finance department, 1992-1993, 1995
0481. Projects: various, 1990-1992

 

 

Sub-series 25 Provinces and Regions {Eastern Cape}

Box 0059
0482. Border Region, 1990-1992
0483. Border Region, 1993-1994
0484. Eastern Cape Province, 1995-1997

 

Box 0059a
0485. Eastern Cape Branches, 1993-1997
0486. Eastern Cape Region, 1990-1992
0487. Eastern Cape Region, 1993-1994 n.d
0488. Transkei Region, 1992-1993
0489. Transkei Region, 1994, n.d

 

 

{Free State see also Orange Free State Region}

Box 0060
0490. Free State Branches, 1992-1996, n. d
0491. Free State Province, 1994-1996
0492. Free State Province, 1997
0493. Northern Free State Region, 1990-1992
0494. Northern Free State Region, 1993-1996
0495. Southern Free State Province, 1 992
0496. Southern Orange Free State Region, 1 990-1991
0497. Southern Orange Free State Region, 1993-1994

 

 

{Gauteng Province see also PWV Region}

Box 0061
0498. Gauteng Branches, 1991-1992, n.d
0499. Gauteng Branches, 1996-1998
0500. Gauteng Branches, 1995
0501. Gauteng Branches, 1993-1994
0502. PWV Region, 1990-1993
0503. PWV Region, 1992
0504. PWV Region, 1992-1993
0505. Gauteng Province, 1994-1997

 

 

{Kwa-Zulu Natal Province}

Box 0062
0506. Northern Natal Branches, 1993, 1996. Includes Natal Midlands
0507. Southern Natal Branches, 1993-1996
0508. Southern Natal Branches, 1991-1992
0509. Natal Midlands Region, 1991-1995, 1997
0510. Northern Natal Region, 1994, 1997
0511. Northern Natal Region, 1991-1994
0512. Southern Natal Region, 1990-1992, n.d

 

 

{Kwa-Zulu Natal Province}

Box 0063
0513. Kwa-Zulu Natal Province 1995-1997
0514. Natal Midlands Region 1990-1992, n.d
0515. Southern Natal Region 1991-1992
0516. Southern Natal Region 1993
0517. Southern Natal Region 1994

 

 

{Limpopo Province see also Northern Transvaal Region}

Box 0063a
0518. Limpopo Branches, 1990, 1992-1994, 1996, 2000
0519. Northern Province, 1995-1997
0520. Northern Transvaal, 1991-1992
0521. Northern Transvaal, 1993-1994
0522. Northern Transvaal, 1995-1996

 

 

{Mpumalanga Province see also Eastern Transvaal Region}

Box 0064
0523. Mpumalanga Branches, 1992-1 996
0524. Eastern Transvaal Region, 1991-1992
0525. Eastern Transvaal Region, 1993-1994
0526. Eastern Transvaal Region, 1 995-1996
0527. Mpumalanga Province, 1997, n.d

 

{Northern Cape Province}

Box 0065
0528. Northern Cape Province, 1 991-1992
0529. Northern Cape Region, 1993
0530. Northern Cape Province, 1 994
0531. Northern Cape Branches, 1 995
0532. Northern Cape Region, 1995
0533. Northern Cape Province, 1996

 

{North West Province}

Box 0066
0534. North West Branches, 1992-1995, Includes Sub-regions
0535. North West Province, 1991-1993
0536. North West Province, 1994-1995
0537. North West Province, 1996-1997

 

 

{Western Cape Province}

Box 0067
0538. Western Cape Region, 1991
0539. Western Cape region, 1 992 January- June
0540. Western Cape, 1992 July- November
0541. Western Cape Region, 1993

 

 

{Western Cape Province}

Box 0067a
0542. Western Cape, 1991-1996
0543. Western Cape Region, 1994
0544. Western Cape Province, 1995, n.d
0545. Western Cape Province, 1996
0546. Western Cape, 1997

 

 

Sub-series 26 – Recommendations

Box 0068
0547. 1992-1996, n.d

 

Sub-series 27 – Religious Organizations

Box 0069
0548. Anglican Church, 1991-1995
0549. Baptist Church, 1992-1993, 1995, n.d
0550. Islamic Religion, 1991- 1994
0551. Methodist church of Southern Africa, 1991-1995
0552. Millennium Churches, 1992-1996
0553. Other Churches, 1994-1994
0554. Pentecostal Churches, 1991-1995 ,1 997
0555. South African Council of Churches, 1990-1994
0556. Various, 1992-1994
0557. Various, 1993-1996
0558. World Council of Churches, 1991-1993

 

 

Sub-series 28 – Request

Box 0070
0559. Request for assistance, 1997,n.d
0560. Request for autographs, 1993 February- 1996 May
0561. Request for financial assistance, 1991
0562. Request for financial assistance, 1992
0563. Request for financial assistance, 1993
0564. Request for financial assistance, 1994
0565. Request for financial assistance, 1995
0566. Request for financial assistance, 1996
0567. Request for financial assistance, 1997
0568. Request for financial assistance, n.d

 

Box 0071
0569. Request for information, 1991
0570. Request for information, 1992 January- November
0571. Request for information, 1993
0572. Request for information, 1994
0573. Request for information, 1995
0574. Request for information, 1996

 

Box 0072
0575. Request for intervention, 1991 July – December
0576. Request for intervention, 1992
0577. Request for intervention, 1993-1994
0578. Request for intervention, 1994
0579. Request for intervention, 1995
0580. Request for intervention, 1996 January- October

 

Box 0073
0581. Request for the meeting, 1991, includes request for interviews
0582. Request for the meeting, 1992
0583. Request for the meeting, 1993
0584. Request for the meeting, 1994

 

Box 0074
0585. Request for the meeting, 1995
0586. Request for the meeting, 1996
0587. Request for the meeting, 1997

 

 

Sub-series 29 – Sports Codes

Box 0075
0588. Various, 1993-1993
0589. National and Olympic sports: Congress of S.A, 1991-1993
0590. Motor Racing incl. National Greyhond Racing Board of South Africa, 1993-1994
0591. Rugby sports 1992, 1996
0592. Soccer/football sport incl. NSL and Woman’s football 1992- 1993, 1995
0593. United Cricket Board of South Africa, 1993-1994

 

 

Sub-series 30 – Visits

Box 0076
0594. Africa, 1 991-1996
0595. America, 1992-1996
0596. Asian Countries, 1992, 1995
0597. ANC Prominent members, 1991-1994
0598. Companies, 1991-1 996
0599. Foundations, 1992-1996
0600. Europe, 1991-1 997
0601. Other countries, 1991-1992, 1994-1995
0602. New- Zealand, 1992, 1994
0603. Scandanavia 1992-1 992

 

 

Sub-series 31 – World Bodies

Box 0077
0604. Amnesty International, 1992-1 994
0605. Common Wealth Organisations, 1991; 1993; 1995
0606. European Parliament, 1992-1993; nd
0607. Organisations of African Unity (OAU), 1991 -1995
0608. South African Development Coordination Conference, 1990- 1993
0609. United Nations ISHR, 1992-1 993
0610. Various, 1991; 1993 -1994; 1996
0611. World Economic Forum, 1991-1995

 

Series II – Discussion Documents

 

Sub-series 1 – ANC Departments

Box 0078
0001. Arts and Culture, 1991-1992, n.d
0002. Economic Policy, 1994, n.d.
0003. Electronic, 1987
0004. Education, 1991-1993, n.d
0005. Health, 1994, n.d
0006. Human Resource, 1992, n.d

 

Box 0079
0007. Information and Publicity, 1991, n.d
0008. Organising, 1991 -1 993
0009. Organising, 1996, n.d
0010. Political Education, 1991-1 992
0011. Social Welfare, 1991, n.d
0012. Research, 1994, n.d

 

Sub-series 2 – ANC Presented papers

Box 0080
0013. Alliance discussion documents, 1991,1993 ,1996, n.d
0014. ANC papers, 1992-1997
0015. ANC papers, n.d

 

 

Sub-series 3 – Commissions

Box 0081
0016. ANC Language Commission, 1993, n.d
0017. Conference Commission, 1991
0018. Delimitation Commission and Emancipation of Women, 1993
0019. Goldstone Commission, n.d

 

 

Sub-series 4 – Conference

Box 0082
0020. ANC National conference, 1991, 1994, n.d.
0021. ANC Regional and Provincial conferences, n.d.
0022. Conference (resolutions), 1 991, n.d
0023. Inter-Regional Summit, 1993, 1 996-1997

 

Sub-series 5 – Provinces

Box 0083
0024. Border Region, 1 992
0025. Free State Region, 1992-1993, 1995
0026. Kwa-Zulu Natal Province, 1 995-1 997, n.d
0027. Northern Cape Region, 1992-1993,1 995, n.d.
0028. Southern Natal Region, 1992-1993, 1 995, n.d.
0029. Western Cape, 1 992, n.d.
0030. Western Transvaal Region, 1993

 

 

Sub-series 6 – Policy

Box 0084
0031. ANC policy guidelines for a democratic South Africa, 1992, 1995
0032. Policy documents, 1991, 1993. Includes Finance, Transport (Proposes motor vehicle policy)

 

 

Sub-series 7 – Workshops

Box 0085
0033. ANC Engagement Strategy Consultative workshop, 1992 September 11-13
0034. ANC Evaluation workshop, 1992
0035. Economic Policy workshop, 1990, 1992

 

 

Series III – Minutes

 

Sub-series 1 – ANC Departments

Box 0086
0001. Arts and Culture, 1 992-1993
0002. Civil service Pilot Team, 1992-1994, n.d
0003. Department of international affairs (DJ.A), 1 990-1 992
0004. Finance Department, 1992-1 993
0005. General, 1988-1996
0006. Secretary General’s Office, 1991, 1 993-1 997
0007. Secretary General’s Office, Head of department 1 992 February- 8 March
0008. Heads of Department, 1 992 April- June
0009. Heads of Department, 1 992 July- August

 

Box 0087
0010. Heads of Department, 1992 October – November
0011. Health, 1992-1993, 1996
0012. Human Resource, 1992-1993
0013. Inter- Departmental Policy Committee, 1 992-1 993
0014. Land claims court, 1 992-1 994
0015. Organizing, 1 991-1 992
0016. Organizing, 1 993-1 994

 

Box 0088
0017. Planning Committee, 1992
0018. Project, 1 990- 1 992
0019. Research library, 1 990-1995

 

Box 0089
0020. Staff Committee, 1991-1993, 1996
0021. Staff Committee, 1994
0022. Staff Committee, 1995 January- September
0023. Staff Committee, 1995 October- December
0024. Staff Committee, 1996 January- March
0025. Staff Committee, 1996 April- June

 

Box 0090
0026. Staff Committee (admin Department), 1996 July- September
0027. Staff Committee, 1996 October- December
0028. Staff Committee, 1997
0029. Staff Committee, n.d
0030. Solidarity Committees, 1992, 1995, 1996
0031. Committees Welfare, 1993

 

Sub-series 2 – Alliance

Box 0091
0032. 1991
0033. 1992
0034. 1993-1996

 

Sub-series 3 – Commission/ Conferences/ Corporate Bodies

Box 0092
0035. ANC Commission on different subjects, 1991
0036. Conferences, 1992
0037. Conferences, 1993
0038. Corporate Bodies, 1991-1993, 1995

 

Sub-series 4 – Foundation and Trusts

Box 0093
0039. Joint Education, 1992
0040. Joint Education, 1994 February- March
0041. Joint Education, 1994 April
0042. Joint Education, 1994 June- July

 

 

Sub-series 5 – Hand written notes

Box 0094
0043. 1988
0044. 1991-1992
0045. 1993, 1997
0046. n.d
0047. n.d

 

 

Sub-series 6 – Provinces

Box 0095
0048. Free State Province, 1991, 1997, n.d
0049. Kwa-Zulu Natal 1993, 1994, 1996, n.d. includes. Northern and Southern Natal
0050. Natal Midlands- REC, 1992
0051. Northern Cape Province incl. Northern Cape REC meeting, 1992 – 1993, 1996
0052. Northern Free State- consultation meeting with consultants, 1992 April
0053. Provincial Secretaries meeting, 1996
0054. Regional Secretaries incl. Regional co-ordinates meeting, 1992, 1994
0055. Transkei Region, 1993-1994
0056. Western Cape Region, 1991-1992, 1995
0057. Western Transvaal Region- REC incl. B.O.P Secretariat meeting, 1992, 1993

 

Series IV – Report

Sub-series 1 – ANC Departments

Box 0096
0001. Admin Department, 1992
0002. Admin Department, 1994-1997
0003. Arts and Culture Department (DAC), 1992 January-June
0004. Arts and Culture Department (DAC), 1992 July-October
0005. Arts and Culture Department (DAC), 1993
0006. Arts and Culture Department (DAC), 1991-1994 (consolidated reports)

 

Box 0097
0007. Education Department, 1991-1993, n.d.
0008. Finance Department, 1991. Includes 1985
0009. Finance Department, 1992
0010. Finance Department, 1993-1994
0011. Finance Department, 1995-1997
0012. Finance Department, n.d.
0013. Health Department, 1991-1995

 

Box 0098
0014. Information and Publicity Department, 1990-1991
0015. Information and Publicity Department, 1993-1995, n.d
0016. Internal Political Committee, n.d.
0017. Internal Affairs, 1991-1992
0018. Legal and Constitutional Affairs, 1992, 1996, n.d
0019. Local and Government and Housing Policy Department, 1992, 1996,1997, n.d.
0020. Organising Department, 1991
0021. Organising Department, 1992
0022. Organising Department, 1993

 

Box 0099
0023. Organising Department, 1994
0024. Organising Department, 1995-1996
0025. Organising Department, n.d.
0026. Peace Desk, 1992-1993
0027. Political Education Section, 1991-1993, n.d
0028. Research Department, 1991-1994
0029. Social Welfare, 1991-1993, n.d. Includes the bound document of consolidated annual reports from all ANC Departments for the period of 1993

 

 

Sub-series 2 – Conferences

Box 0100
0030. Alliance Summit, 1997
0031. Commissions, 1992
0032. Eastern Cape Region, 1992 February-April
0033. Eastern Cape Region, 1992 October-December

 

 

Box 0101

0034. Eastern Cape Region, 1993, n.d.
0035. Free State Province (Northern and Southern Orange Free State) regional conference, 1992, 1994
0036. Gauteng Province (PWV Region) – regional conference, 1990- 1991
0037. Gauteng Province (PWV Region)- regional conference, 1992
0038. Inter-Regional Summit, 1993
0039. Limpopo Province (Northern Transvaal) and Kwa-Zulu Natal – regional conference, 1994-1995
0040. Mpumalanga Province (Eastern Transvaal) – regional conference, 1993
0041. Mpumalanga Province (Eastern Transvaal) – regional conference, 1994-1995, n.d

 

Box 0102
0042. National Conference (ANC), 1991, 1994, 1997
0043. National Consultative Conference, 1985, 1990-1991, 1994
0044. National Preparatory Committee, 1990, n.d

 

Box 0103
0045. National Reconstruction and Strategy Conference, 1994
0046. Northern Cape – regional conference, 1993-1994
0047. North West Province (Western Transvaal Region) – regional conference, 1992
0048. North West Province (Western Transvaal Region – regional conference, 1993
0049. Policy Conferences, 1992-1993
0050. Western Cape Province, 1991-1992, n.d

 

 

Subseries 3 – Provinces and Regions
{Eastern Cape Province}

Box 0104
0051. Border Region, 1990-1993,1997. Included branches
0052. Ciskei Region, 1992
0053. Eastern Cape Region: general reports, 1992
0054. Eastern Cape Region: general reports, 1993-1994
0055. Eastern Cape Region: RECs and Secretariats, 1991-1992

 

Box 0105
0056. Eastern Cape Region: RECs and Secretariats, 1993, 1995, n.d.
0057. Eastern Cape Region: various departments, 1990, 1992, n.d.
0058. Eastern Cape Region: visits, 1992-1994
0059. Transkei Region, 1992
0060. Transkei Region, 1993

 

 

{Gauteng Province}

Box 0106
0061. Gauteng Province, see PWV Region, 1991
0062. Gauteng Province, see PWV Region, 1992
0063. Gauteng Province, see PWV Region, 1993-1995
0064. Gauteng Province, see PWV Region, n.d.

 

 

{Kwa-Zulu-Natal Province}

Box 0107
0065. Kwa-Zulu Natal Province, 1994-1995
0066. Natal Midlands, 1990, 1992-1993
0067. Northern Natal Region, 1992, n.d.
0068. Southern Natal Region, 1991, 1993, n.d.
0069. Southern Natal Region, 1992

 

{Northern Cape Province and Northern Transvaal Region}

Box 0108
0070. Northern Cape Region, 1993
0071. Northern Cape Region, 1995, 1997
0072. Northern Transvaal Region, 1991-1993
0073. Northern Transvaal Region, 1995-1996, n.d.

 

{Orange Free State Region}

Box 0109
0074. Northern Orange Free State, 1991-1992, n.d.
0075. Southern Orange Free State, 1991-1993, n.d

 

 

{Western Cape Province and Western Transvaal Region}

Box 0110
0076. Western Cape Region, 1 990, 1 992-1993
0077. Western Cape Region, 1994-1995
0078. Western Cape Region, 1 996-1997, n.d
0079. Western Transvaal Region, 1992-1993.
0080. Western Transvaal Region, 1995, 1997

 

 

Sub-series 4 – Workshops

Box 0111
0081. 1992-1993
0082. n.d

 

 

Series V – Statements

 

Sub-series 1 – ANC Departments

Box 0112
0001. Arts and Culture, 1991, 1993, nd
0002. Commissions on Religious Affairs, 1997
0003. Department of Information and Publicity, 1 990-1991, n.d
0004. Department of Information and Publicity, 1992 October- November
0005. Department of Information and Publicity, 1 992 July- September
0006. Department of Information and Publicity, 1 992 April- June

 

Box 0113
0007. Department of Information and Publicity, 1992 January- March
0008. Department of Information and Publicity, 1993
0009. Department of Information and Publicity, 1994- 1995
0010. Department of Information and Publicity, 1996 January- March
0011. Department of Information and Publicity, 1996 April- June
0012. Department of Information and Publicity, 1 996 July- September .N.B. August is not available
0013. Department of Information and Publicity, 1 996 October- November
0014. Department of Information and Publicity, 1997
0015. Department of Education, 1990-1992, n.d
0016. Department of Social Welfare, 1 992, 1997
0017. Department of Finance, 1 992-1995

 

 

Sub-series 2 – Alliance

Box 0114
0018. 1992-1996
0019. 1993, 1997
0020. 1989-1990, n.d
0021. 1991 -1992

 

Sub-series 3 – Conferences

Box 0115
0022. 1990-1992, n.d
0023. 1993-1996

 

Sub-series 4 – ANC Press Briefing

Box 0116
0024. Statements on various issues, 1991, 1993,n.d
0025. ANC Press Briefing n.d

 

 

Sub-series 5 – Provinces

Box 0117
0026. Border Region incl. Sub-regions or Branches, 1992, 1995, n.d
0027. Free State, 1 992-1993, n.d
0028. Gauteng see also PWV, 1 991-1 992, 1996
0029. Kwa-Zulu Natal, 1 991-1992, 1996
0030. Mpumalanga see also Western Transvaal, 1991 – 1993, 1995, n.d
0031. North West see also Western Transvaal, 1992, 1996
0032. Northern Transvaal, 1 994-1995
0033. Western Cape, 1993, 1996

 

Sub-series 6 – Secretary General’s Office (Press Release)

Box 0118
0034. 1991
0035. 1992
0036. 1993
0037. 1994
0038. 1995
0039. 1996-1997
0040. n.d