UNIVERSITY OF FORT HARE

UNIVERSITY LIBRARY

ANC ARCHIVES

SOLOMON MAHLANGU FREEDOM COLLEGE

DIRECTOR’S OFFICE , (Code: SDO)

 

RECORDS, 1960 – 1991

(bulk dates, 1978 – 1991)

160 Boxes (linear meters)

ACQUISITION: ANC Archive Committee

ACCESS: The collection is open

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VISUAL MATERIAL: None

AUDIO MATERIAL: None

PRINTED MATERIAL: Located in 0039- 0040

COPYRIGHT: ANC Archive Committee

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Historical background on SOMAFCO Director’s Office

The development of SOMAFCO necessitated additional administrative structures for the effective and efficient management of the complex. In the beginning, the college was designed to offer high school education to the young people who left the country after 1976 Students Uprising against Bantu Education and to prepare them both politically academically for further education and training at tertiary level. As time went by, SOMAFCO had undergone tremendous changes in terms of human and material conditions. All this necessitated a new approach to the administration of the place. Ideas about the kind of administration required for the complex were to a large degree influenced by one’s perception of the place. Besides the educational and political establishments at the place, they’re a mushrooming of other structures: construction, agriculture, health, finance, catering, projects, political affairs, youth, women etc to mention but a few activities. Thus, the college became one organic whole divided into distinct but interrelated entities. What needed was an administrative network that would knit all these entities together.

New structures were set up to implement the above-mentioned endevour. Consequently, the complex consisted of various departments of the ANC. These conformed to the structure of the ANC as adopted by the National Executive Committee in 1978. The heads of these departments or their headquarters were in Lusaka. The main and central department was that of Education manifested in Mazirnbu by SOMAFCO. But since SOMAFCO was conceived as a boarding school, students studying and resident at the school, it became necessary to bring other departments to service SOMAFCO. The existence of departments meant the existence of departmental structured running from Headquarters to Mazimbu in a vertical form. But the totality of these departments at Mazirnbu formed a complex that necessitated a structure of co-ordination, service and control. This was unavoidable in the consideration of the structure of Mazimbu. The efficiency of control, co-ordination and services in Mazirnbu depended on the efficiency and service machinery of departments and Directorate.

Departments were required to conform to a policy and directives of their headquarters. Departments would have to coordinate by the coordinating machinery of Mazirnbu, the Directorate. This organ was made up of the Heads of departments or sectors and the Director as Chairman, with the Chief Representative Of East Africa and his Deputy for Morogoro as ex-officio members; the representative of the National Youth Committee, the representative of the Women’s Section, the Commissar and the Special Representative of the Treasury General in East Africa as members.

 

 

Scope and Content Note

The SOMAFCO Director’s Office is comprised of 18.8 linear metres and twelf series: Correspondence, Countries, Dakawa, Documents of Directorate, Namibia, Non-Governmental Organizations, Projects, Secretary for Education, Seminars, Subject Files, Treasury, and Addenda. The series were kept from the original delineation of series upon the arrival of the records at the ANC Archive.

The Correspondence series spans the years 1971-1991. It reflects events that took place in and outside the college, such as educational and relations with support groups; social and political issues; maintenance and problems that were prevalent at the complex.

The Countries series spans the years 1969-1989. This series contains information about The ANC relations with countries, which rendered human and material support to the college. Students of the college were offered scholarships and placements in some of these countries. There were also people to people contact between students of SOMAFCO and their counterparts derived from such relations.

The Dakawa series spans the years 1982-1992. Apart from SOMAFCO, which was a boarding complex, Dakawa was a village name 20km away from the school complex meant for the settlement of the general community of the ANC. The ANC had established a vocational training centre at Dakawa where training took place for members who were not going to SOMAFCO Secondary division. Dakawa also served as a reception centre for people coming out of South Africa. Thus, the series contains information about the general events and activities that took place at Dakawa.

The Directorate Documents series spans the years 1981-1989. It reflects 
operations and functions of the supreme organ that was in control of the whole complex.

The Namibia series spans the years 1972-1990. The series covers a variety of issues concerning the Namibian struggle. There are among the collection publications of SW APO and the UN depicting history of the struggle of the Namibian people.

The Non-Governmental Organisations series spans the years 1961-1990. This series contains information about International solidarity displayed mainly by the Scandinavian countries to the ANC educational projects. These organizations had contributed immensely in human and material support rendered to both SOMAFCO and Dakawa establishments. This is not to exclude other formations around the world, which also assisted the ANC projects in various ways.

The Projects series spans the years 1982-1992. It documents transactions that composed the ANC projects: SOMAFCO and Dakawa. The donors played a crucial role in meeting the goals and objectives of such projects.

The Secretary for Education series spans the years 1976-1990. It is an important section in that it deals educational items relevant to the ANC schools. The ANC Department of Education was formed in 1978 to enable the young people who had left the country after 1976 uprising to get a better education. The Headquarters were in Lusaka where ANC schools got directives.

The Seminar series spans the years 1980-1989. It reflects discussions around educational matters, the relevance of education in the liberation, transformation and development.
The Subject Files series spans the years 1958-1992. However, the bulk of documents are between the years 1980-1992. It is the largest series that contains topical issues about the general political life of the ANC, its relations to the international organizations, educational matters, students, youth and women affairs at the college, donors and solidarity workers, as well as an information about individuals at the complex.

The Treasurer General series spans the years 1979-1992. It documents financial transactions for the sustainability of the overall projects and the welfare of the community of the complex.

The Addenda series adds to the aforementioned categories of series.

 

 

Series I – Correspondence

 

Box 0001
0001. ANC, 1979-1984 (1)
0002. ANC, 1979-1984 (2)
0003. ANC office: Dakawa, 1988-1989

 

Box 0002
0004. ANC office: Dakawa, 1988-1989
0005. ANC offices, 1988-1989
0006. Individuals & organizations, 1978-1981

 

Box 0003
0007. Individuals & organizations, 1978-1981
0008. Individuals & organizations, 1982-1983 (1)
0009. Individuals & organizations, 1982-1983 (2)

 

Box 0004
0010. Individuals & organizations, 1981-1986
0011. Individuals & organizations, 1983-1984
0012. Individuals & organizations, 1982-1987
0013. Individuals & organizations, 1983-1984

 

Box 0005
0014. Individuals & organizations, 1983-1987
0015. Individuals & organizations, 1984
0016. Individuals & organizations, 1984-1986

 

Box 0006
0017. Individuals & organizations, 1984-1988
0018. Individuals & organizations, 1984-1991
0019. Individuals & organizations, 1985

 

Box 0007
0020. Individuals & organizations, 1985
0021. Individuals & organizations, 1985
0022. Individuals & organizations, 1986

 

Box 0008
0023. Individuals & organizations, 1986-1987
0024. Individuals & organizations, 1986-1987
0025. Individuals & organizations, 1986-1987

 

Box 0009
0026. Individuals & organizations, 1987
0027. Individuals & organizations, 1987
0028. Individuals & organizations, 1987

 

Box 0010
0029. Individuals & organizations, 1989
0030. Individuals & organizations, 1989
0031. Individuals & organizations, 1990

 

Box 0011
0032. Individuals & organizations, 1989-1990
0033. Individuals & organizations, 1990
0034. Individuals & organizations, 1990-1991
0035. Individuals & organizations, 1991-1992

 

 

Sub- Series: Others

Box 0012
0036. Chief Representative, 1984
0037. Countries, 1987-1988
0038. Dept. of Education (ANC), 1989-1990
0039. Government Representative, 1981-1984
0040. Lusaka, 1983
0041. Mails record book, 1985

 

Box 0013
0042. Manghezi, A, 1989-1990
0043. Recruitment, 1987-1990
0044. SOMAFCO, 1979-1980
0045. Tanzania wood industry, 1986
0046. Telexes, 1983-1990

 

Box 0014
0047. Volunteers, 1986-1988
0048. Volunteers, 1986-1990
0049. Women, 1971-1974

 

 

Series II – Countries

 

Box 0015
0001. Algeria, 1988
0002. Angola, 1983-1988
0003. Australia, 1969-1987
0004. Austria, 1986
0005. Botswana, 1983-1987
0006. Bulgaria, 1984-1987
0007. Cuba, 1985-1986
0008. Denmark, 1984-1988
0009. Egypt, 1985
0010. Ethiopia, 1985
0011. Finland, 1986-1990
0012. France, 1984-1987

 

Box 0016
0013. German Democratic Republic, 1982-1988 (has 1 additional folder 0013a)
0014. Hungary, 1985
0015. India, 1984-1985
0016. Irish, 1985-1986
0017. Italy, 1984-1990
0018. Mozambique, 1982-1988
0019. Netherlands, 1985

 

Box 0017
0020. Islamic Republic of Iran, 1983
0021. Nigeria, 1983-1988
0022. Norway, 1985-1989
0023. Poland, 1983
0024. Sweden, 1983-1988
0025. United Kingdom, 1982-1988 (has 1 additional folder 0025a)

 

Box 0018
0026. United States, 1983-1988 (has 1 additional folder 0026a)
0027. USSR, 1985-1987
0028. Yugoslavia, 1986
0029. Zambia, 1984-1988
0030. Zimbabwe, 1983-1988

 

 

Series III – Dakawa

 

Box 0019
0001. Administration, 1990-1991
0002. Census, 1990
0003. Correspondence, 1989-1991
0004. Donors’ Conference, 1985
0005. Education Orientation Centre
0006. Health
0007. Inventories
0008. Maintenance
0009. Minutes, 1989
0010. Personnel, 1983-1987

 

Box 0020
0011. Personnel, 1985
0012. Seminars, 1982-1988
0013. Seminars, 1984-1989

 

Box 0021
0014. Seillinars, 1984, 1989
0015. Staffing, 1990
0016.Vocational Training Centre, 1988-1992
0017.Volunteers, 1981-1983

 

 

Series IV – Document of Directorate

 

Box 0022
0001. ANC-Tanzanian faillilies, 1981
0002. Comillissar, 1982-1987
0003. Complex structure, 1982-1987 Correspondence
0004. Lulama, etc., 1982-1983

 

Box 0023
0005. Makgothi, Henry, 1982-1984 (has 3 additional folders: 0005a, 0005b and 0005c)

 

Box 0024
0006. Maseko, Tim, etc., 1984-1989  (has 2 additional folders: 0006a and 0006b)

 

Box 0025
0007. Staffing, 1982-1983
0008. Tickly, Mohammed, 1984
0008a. Tickly, Mohammed, 1984
0009. Deployment, 1984
0010. Meetings, 1981-1982
0011. Meetings, 1981-1989

 

Box 0026
0011a. Meetings, 1981-1989
0011b. Meetings, 1981-1989

 

Box 0027
0011c. Meetings, 1981-1989
0001d. Meetings, 1981-1989
0011e. Meetings, 1981-1989

 

Box 0028
0012. Memoranda, 1982-1986
0013. Minutes, 1981-1989  (has 10 additional folders: 0013a* see next boxes )

 

Box 0029
0013. Minutes, 1981-1989 Cont. (0013b, 0013c, 0013d, 0013e)

 

Box 0030
0013. Minutes, 1981-1989 Cont. (0013f, 0013g)

 

Box 0031
0013. Minutes, 1981-1989 Cont. (0013h, 0013i, 0013j and 0013k)

 

Box 0032
0014. Minutes, 1983-1989 (has 10 additional folders: 0014a, 0014b, 0014c * see next boxes)

 

Box 0033
0014. Minutes, 1983-1989 Cont. ( 0014d, 0014e, 0014f )

 

Box 0034
0014. Minutes, 1983-1989 Cont. ( 0014g, 0014h, 0014i )

 

Box 0035
0014. Minutes, 1983-1989 Cont. ( 0014j, 0014k and 0014l )

 

Box 0036
0015. Assessment of the College, 1984
0016. Chief Administrator, 1986-1988
0017. Commission of directorate
0018. Commission of enquiry (accident), 1982
0019. Commissariat, 1982-1984
0020. Complex Housing Committee
0021. Complex regulations & Job descriptions
0022. Construction 1983\1988
0023. Dakawa, 1982-1989
0024. Dept. of Manpower and Development, 1986-1989
0025. Director, 1982-1989

 

Box 0037
0026. Education, 1984-1986
0027. Health Team, 1982-1989
0028. Mazimbu Administrative structures
0029. National Scholarship Committee (ANC Graduates), 1984
0030. Political structures
0031. Project Manager, 1983-1986
0032. Regional Political Committee, 1984
0033. Regional Youth Committee, 1984
0034. Secondary School division, 1982-1986
0035. Transport
0036. Treasury, 1984-1989
0037. Women section, 1984\1988
0038. Works Committee, 1983-1988
0039. Youth, 1982\1988
0040. Zonal Political Committee, 1985-1989
0041. Zonal Youth Committee, 1985-1989

 

Box 0038
0042. Addenda, 1982-1986 (has 3 additional folders: 0042a, 0042b and 0042c)

 

Series V – Namibia

 

Box 0039
0001. Individual documents Committee for the liberation of Namibia Decolonisation process in Namibia Draft resolution in Namibia 15th Anniversary of armed struggle History of Namibia 
New Terror in Namibia 
South Africa & South West Africa SIDA & Namibian children
0002. Namibia Communication Centre (London), 1988-1989
0003. SW APO election manifesto
0004. SWAPO School, 1984-1989

 

 

Sub series- Publications

0005. Action on Namibia, 1983-1988
0006. Anti-Apartheid Movement! 980
0007. The challenge of independence
0008. The Combatant, 1983-1987
0009. Information Bulletin

 

Box 0040
0010. Kassinga massacre
0011. Mibagus-Aluta Continua
0012. News briefings, 1983-1987
0013. Pamphlets, 1987
0014. Vomen, 1981\1985
0015. United Nations

 

Series VI – Non-Governmental Organisations

Sub-Series 1 – DANCHURCHAID

Box 0041
0001. Correspondence, 1983-1988 (has 9 additional folders: 0001a, 0001b * see next boxes )

 

Box 0042
0001. Correspondence, 1983-1988 Cont. (0001c, 0001d, 000e)

 

Box 0043
0001. Correspondence, 1983-1988 Cont. (0001f, 0001g, 000h)

 

Box 0044
0001. Correspondence, 1983-1988 Cont. ( and 0001i)
0002. Checklist for non-ANC visitors
0003. Danish Youth Council, 1986
0004. Orders, 1981-1982
0005. Support for ANC schools, 1988-1993

 

 

Sub-Series 2 – Norway Peoples Aid

Box 0045
0001. Correspondence, 1987-1988
0002. Council for Southern Africa, 1985-1986
0003. Dakawa Development Centre, 1985-1988 (has 1 additional folder: 0003a)

 

Box 0046
0004. Dakawa Development Centre, 1989 (has 1 additional folder: 0004a)
0005. Dakawa-Mazimbu Programme, 1991
0006. Expenditure, 1987-1990

 

Box 0047
0007. Management papers
0008. Operations\Days work, 1986-1987
0009.Volunteer Service, 1983-1987 (has 1 additional folder: 0009a)

 

 

Sub-Series 3 – Norplan

Box 0048
0010. Beginning of the project, 1978-1984 (has 1 additional folder: 0010a)
0011. Brochures, 1979
0012. Guidelines in maintenance, 1985
0013. NOREMCO construction, 1985-1988 (* MISSING)

 

Box 0049
0014. NOREMCO construction, 1985-1987 (has 2 additional folders: 0014a and 0014b)

 

Box 0050
0015. NOREMCO construction, 1986-1987 (has 2 additional folders: 0015a and 0015b)

 

 

Sub-Series 4 – Finland

Box 0051
0001. Association of Finish Adult Education, 198-1987
0002. Meeting: Maseko, Spencer and Finnish, 1987

 

 

Sub-Series 5 – Netherlands

0003. Development Organization (correspondence), 1985-1990

 

 

Sub-Series 6 – International Labour Organization

Box 0052
0004. Correspondence, 1982-1989
0005. Consignments (has 1 additional folder: 0005a)
0006. Secretarial training, 1982-1989

 

 

Sub-Series 7 – South African Congress of Trade Unions (SACTU)

Box 0053
0001. Anniversaries
0002. Correspondence, 1961-1990 (has 3 additional folders: 0002a, 0002b and 0002c)
0003. International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (LC.F.T.U),
0004. International Labour Organization, 1970-1978

 

Box 0054
0005. Minutes, 1990
0006. NEC meeting, 1988
0007. Organisation of African Union Unity (OATUU), 1970-1977
0008. Papers\speeches, 1970-1988
0009. Reports, 1963-1990
0010. Seminars, 1983-1986
0011. Simons,Ray, 1977
0012. Publications
0013. Workers song

 

 

Sub-Series 8 – Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA)

Box 0055
0001.Correspondence, 1986-1988
0002.Guides, 1979-1997
0003. Meeting: ANC & SIDA, 1990
0004. NORAD, 1981-1989 (has 1 additional folder: 0004a)

 

Box 0056
0005. NORAD, 1986-1988
0006. Programmes, 1986-1989 (has 2 additional folders: 0006a and 0006b) Education: ANC & SWAPO Education: ANC & SIDA cooperation (see box 57)

 

Box 0057
0007.Swedish Education Policy, 1979
0008.Swedish visitors, 1983-1986
0009.Training for agriculture, 1987
0010.Trade Unions, 1970-1977

 

 

Series VII – Projects

Box 0058
0001. AN C Representation directory
0002. Correspondence, 1982-1987
0003. Education, 1990-1991
0004. Index: countries and Ngo,s, 1991-1992

 

Box 0059
0005. Meeting, 1991
0006. Peoples Education Seminar
0007. Rediffussion system: SOMAFCO and Dakawa, 1987
0008. Reports, 1983-1989 (has 1 additional folder: 0008a)
0009. Requisitions, 1982-1983
0010. UNEP, 1984-1986

 

 

Series VIII – Secretary of Education

 

Box 0060
0001. ANC perspective on education
0002. Correspondence, 1976-1984
0003. Correspondence, 1981-1984
0004. Correspondence, 1982-1988

 

Box 0061
0005. Correspondence, 1984 (has 1 additional folder: 0005a)
0006. Correspondence, 1985

 

Box 0062
0007. Correspondence, 1985-1987 (has 1 additional folder: 0007a)
0008. Correspondence, 1988-1990

 

Box 0063
0009. Language policy planning, 1987
0010. Minutes, 1977-1986 (has 3 additional folders: 0010a, 0010b and 0010c )

 

Box 0064
0011. Professional bodies
0012. Report, 1989

 

Series IX – Seminars

 

Box 0065
0001. ANC economists, 1989
0002. Bantu Education, 1984
0003. Education and Culture, 1980
(has 1 additional folder: 0003a)
0004. Education, Development and Social Transformation, 1982
0005. Education for liberation, 1984
0006. National Scholarship Committee, 1989
0007. Role of SOMAFCO, 1982
0008. Social welfare, 1988

 

 

Series X – Subject Files

 

Box 0066
0001. Building site, 1979-1982
0002. Code of conduct
0003. Communique, 1989
0004. Constitution
0005. Departments, 1987-1990 (has 1 additional folder : 0005a)- Arts and Culture, Economics, Education, National Women Secretariat, National Youth Secretariat, Political Education, Secretary General and Treasurer General

 

Box 0067
0006. Education, 1977-1985 (has 2 additional folders: 0006a and 0006b)

 

Box 0068
0007. Education, 1986-1987
0008. Inkatha Freedom Party, 1990
0009. Interim constitutional framework
0010. International affairs, 1973-1983
0011. Leaders: 
 Abram Fisher
 Denis Goldberg
 Eli Weinb erg
 GovanMbeki
 HarryGwala
 OscaMpetha
 YusufDadoo
0012. Mazimbu Project, 1978-1981 (has 1 additional folder: 0012a)

 

Box 0069
0013. Mazimbu project, 1981-1987 (has 15 additional folders: 0013a, 0013b * see next boxes)

 

Box 0070
0013. Mazimbu project, 1981-1987 cont. (0013c, 0013d, 0013e)

 

Box 0071
0013. Mazimbu project, 1981-1987 cont. (0013f, 0013g, 0013h)

 

Box 0072
0013. Mazimbu project, 1981-1987 cont. (0013i, 0013j)

 

Box 0073
0013. Mazimbu project, 1981-1987 cont. (0013k, 0013l, 0013m)

 

Box 0074
0013. Mazimbu project, 1981-1987 cont. (0013n and 0013o)
0014. Membership applications

 

Box 0075
0015. Minutes
0016. Missions (ANC offices abroad), 1985-1986
0017. Nafcoc Communique
0018. Norway agreements, 1983-1988

 

Box 0076
0019. Organizational structure
0020. Paper: Cultural and Economic boycott, 1989
0021. Personnel, 1991
0022. Political education, 1988-1989
0023. Public administrator’s body, 1989
0024. Reports and statements, 1978-1985
0025. Research material

 

Box 0077
0026. Residents
0027. School building project, 1981-1985
0028. Small production units reports, 1983\1990, Clothing Factory, Garment Factory, and Leather Factory
0029. South African Communist Party Alliance, 1986
0030. Speeches by O.R Tambo, 1980-1989

 

Box 0078
0031. Statements, 1960-1990 (has 2 additional folders: 0031a and 0032b)
0032. Press statements
0033. Steungroep Wageningen, 1985
0034. Stockholm Conference, 1987-1988
0035. UCT Talks (list of participants)
0036. Workshop on curriculum, 1982

 

Box 0079
0037. Accidents, 1982-1992
0038. Administration, 1982-1985 (has 1 additional folder: 0038a )
0039. Adult Education division, 1990-1992
0040. Africa Group of Sweden, 1982-1988

 

Box 0080
0041. African American Institute, 1986
0042. Afro-Asian Solidarity Conunittee, 1982-1989
0043. Agreement: ANC and Norwegian Peoples Aid, 1988
0044. Agriculture, 1982-1984
0045. Amandla Reportage, 1982-1984
0046. Amnesty International, 1986

 

Box 0081
0047a. Anti-Apartheid Movements
0047b. Austria, 1984-1989
0047c. Canada, 1987
0047d. Ireland, 1984-1991
0047e. Japan, 1984-1988 (has 1 additional folder : 0047ea) 
0047f. Netherlands, 1978-1990
0047g. Sweden, 1986
0047h. U.K., 1981-1986

 

Box 0082
0048. Apartheid crisis, 1988
0049. Apheda, 1990
0050. Applications (travel & marriages), 1987-1992
0051. Appointments Committee, 1985-1986
0052. Area treasurer, 1983-1987
0053. Arthur’s file (commissar), 1983
0054. Arts and Culture, 1980-1989
0054a. Church

 

Box 0083
0055. Association of Finnish Adult Education
0056. Attitudes to work
0057. Batlagae trust, 1991-1992
0058. Benelux mission, 1984-1987
0059. Bill of Rights for a New South Africa
0060. Biographies
0061. Births
0061. War on what, 985-1986
0062. Bishop Tutu Refugee Fund, 1986-1987
0063. British Council of Churches, 1986
0064. British Defence and Aid Fund, 1982-1987
0065. Bursar, 1988-1989
0066. Canadian Mission, 1983-1988

 

Box 0084
0067. Carribea, 1979-1982
0068. Caritas: Otto Krinzinger, 1983-1986
0069. Curriculum Development Committee, 1987
0070. Cash Requisition forms, 1982-1987
0071. Catering, 1986-1988
0072. Census, 1989-1991

 

Box 0085
0073. Central Trade Union of Chile, 1973
0074. Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM), 1978-1988
0075. Chief Administrator (SOMAFCO), 1985-1990
0076. Chief Representative (Dar-Es-Salaam), 1981-1990
0077. Children’s Centre, 1982-1984

 

Box 0086
0078. Children’s Centre, 1982-1991
0079. CIES\ANC on SOMAFCO, 1989-1991
0080. Circulars, 1981-1990
0081. Clothing factory (SOMAFCO), 1982-1985

 

Box 0087
0082. Commercial Distributive Trade, 1961-1972
0083. Commissariat (SOMAFCO), 1980-1983
0084. Commissions of inquiries

 

Box 0088

0084a. Administration, 1982
 0084b. Boarding Section, 1988-1989
 0084c. Charlottes, 1984
 0084d. Future ofMazimbu and Dakawa, 1990
 0084e. Health, 1982-1983
 0084f. Mechanics, 1984
0085. Commonwealth Secretariat, 1985-1989
0086. Communications, 1984-1985
0087. Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR), 1985
0088. Complex Disciplinary Committee, 1983-1987

 

Box 0089
0089. Complex Emergency Code, 1984
0090. Compulsory education
0091. African experts on Human Resources, 1982
0092. Anti-Apartheid Conf., 1988 
0093. Arusha, 1987 
0094. East Africa Region, 1985 
0095. Education, 1989

 

Box 0090
0096. Conferences: National Consultative Conference, 1984-1985
0097. Conferences: National Consultative Conference, 1985
0098. Conferences: National Consultative Conference, 1985

 

Box 0091
0099. Conferences: National Consultative Conference, 1990
0100. Conferences: National Consultative Conference, 1981

 

Box 0092
0101. Consultative meeting: H.Q and Mazimbu secretariat, 1982
0102. Constitutional guidelines
0103. Convention for a Democratic S.A (CODESA), 1991
0104. Cooperation for emer§ing countries (COPSE)
0105. Council minutes (1- 3rd ANC National Education Forums), 1978- 1983
0106. Criaa: France, 1985-1986
0107. Criminal and Civil Code of South Africa
0108. Cuban Embassy, 1986-1987
0109. Cuso, 1983-1986

 

Box 0093
0110. Danish Volunteer Service, 1985-1987
0111. Deaths, 1982-1990
0112. Dental care, 1985-1986
0113. Arts and Culture, 1985-1991
0114. Economics and Planning, 1987-1988

 

Box 0094

0115. Information and Publicity, 1982-1990 
 (has 2 additional folders: 0115a and 0115b)
0116. Legal and Constitutional affairs, 1988
0117. Manpower and Development, 1988-1991

 

Box 0095

0118. Political Education, 1981-1990 (has 1 additional folder: 0118a)
0119. Religious Affairs, 1984-1991 (has 1 additional folder: 0119a)

 

Box 0096
0120. Development Aid from People to People (DAPP), 1982-1985
0121. Development Plan for Dakawa (community centre), 1983-1984
0122. District Executive Director (Morogoro ), 1987
0123. Documents: lectures and statements, 1980-1983

 

Box 0097
0124. Donors Conference, 1990
0125. Economics unit, 1983-1988
0126. Education documents, 1980-1990

 

Box 0098
0127. Education documents, 1988-1991 (has 3 additional folders: 0127a, 0127b and 0127c)

 

Box 0099
0128. Education material for Namibians, 1983
0129. Electrical Department (SOMAFCO), 1982-1985
0130. Electrolux: Foodservice, 1984-1987
0131. Electronics workshop (SOMAFCO), 1986-1988
0132. Elev, 1986-1988
0133. Elux, 1979-1983

 

Box 0100
0134. Elux, 1981-1983
0135. Embassies, 1986-1987
0136. Emmaus Bjorka, 1985
0137. Equipment, 1988-1989
0138. European Community projects, 1982-1983
0139. Evacuees from Mozambique (S.A exiles), 1984
0140. Evaluation of SOMAFCO and Dakawa, 1989
0141. Federal Republic of Germany, 1984-1987
0142. Finance Committee, 1982-1987

 

Box 0101
0143. FlNNIDA, 1991-1992
0144. Finish Africa Committee, 1985-1988
0145. Finnish Library Association, 1987
0146. FISE, 1985
0147. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), 1983-1986 
 ( has 1 additional folder: 0147a)
0148. Freddy, Reddy (ANC Doctor), 1984-1985
0149. Freedom Charter, 1980
0150. Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (German Ngo), 1982-1988

 

Box 0102
0151. Frelimo Peoples Liberation Army, 1981
0152. Frontline States Summit, Arusha, 1984
0153. Fund-raising, 1985-1986 (has 1 additional folder: 0153a)

 

Box 0103
0154. Fund-raising, 1989
0155. Groote Schuur Minute, 1990
0156. Guidelines: director, volunteers, guests
0157. Habitat, 1983-1987
0158. Headquarters\Depts., 19.85-1989
0159. Heath. 1982-1990
0159. Hibab International (a report from Dakawa), 1988

 

Box 0104
0160. HNOS Humanistic Institute for Co-operation with Developing Countries (HNOS), 1985-1986
0162. Holland Committee on Southern Africa, 1982-1988
0163. The horror of Apartheid, 1978
0164. Horticulture, 1986
0165. Information (correspondence), 1982-1990
0166. Inkatha, 1988
0167. Institute of Development Management (Mzumbe), 1988-1991
0168. International Campaign for Political Prisoners, 1985-1990
(has 1additional folder: 0168a )
0169. International response on apartheid, 1982-1984
0170. International sport, 1987
0171. Interview: Shun chetty (South African Judiciary), 1979

 

Box 0105
0172. Job descriptions, 1985-1988
0173. Joint meeting: APC and Technical Dept. 1982-1983
0174. Joint meeting: ANC and Tanzanian Representative, 1982
0175. Khaile, Ernest report (deployment), 1985
0176. Kwazulu statement on Cetshwayo’s Day, 1983
0177. Lagos (ANC Students), 1987\1990
0178. Logistics, 1982-1985
0179. Land Registration Ordinance, 1989
0180. Law documents
0181. Leather workshop, 192-1984
0182. Lesotho Mission, 1983-1987
0183. Library Committee, 1988-1992

 

Box 0106
0184. Lusaka Seminar on Education, 1980
0185. Lusaka trips, 1983-1984
0186. Luthuli’s letter to Strijdom, 1957
0187. Maintenance, 1983-1988 (has 3 additional folders: * see next box)

 

Box 0107
0187. Maintenance, 1983-1988 Cont. (0187a, 0187b and 0187c)

 

Box 0108
0188. Malume documents, 1984-1987 (has 1 additional folder: 0188a)
0189. Management, 1980-1991

 

Box 0109
0190. Mandela, Nelson (has 1 additional folder: 0190a)

 

Box 0110
0191. Manghezi, Alfred (director), 1985-1991, (has 3 additional folders: 0191a, 0191b and 0191c)

 

Box 0111
0192. Marriage certificates
0193. Marshalltown (ANC correspondence), 1992
0194. Maseko, Tim (Principal), 1982-1988 (has 3 additional folders: * see next box )

 

Box 0112
0194. Maseko, Tim (Principal), 1982-1988 Cont. ( 0194a, 0194b and 0194c)

 

Box 0113
0195. Mashinini, Tsietsi
0196. Maud\Mariane\Henk (Anti-Apartheid Beweging Holland), 1982- 1988
0197. Mazimbu departments, 1985-1986
0198. Mazimbu Farm, 1984-1988

 

Box 0114
0199. Mazimbu investigation, 1985
0200. Mazimbu Photolab, 1982-1983
0201. Mbeki, Govan profile
0202. Mechanical workshop, 1984

 

Box 0115
0204. Medish Komitee Angola, 1979-1986, (has 1 additional folder: 0204a)
0205. Memoranda, 1983-1990
0206. Messages: Mandela and De Klerk, 1990
0207. Minutes, 1979-1989

 

Box 0116
0208. Ministry (Prime Minister’s office), 1983-1990
0209. Ministry (Industries and Trade), 1986
0210. Militarisation of South Africa, 1986
0211. Migrant Labour: Research on Manpower
0212. Molisv project, 1983-1986
0213. Mothers Centre (Kate Molale), 1982-1988
0214. Mozambique and U.S relations, 1984

 

Box 0117
0215. National Education Council (NEDUC), 1980
0216. National Executive Council (NEC-ANC) meeting, report, statements, 1982-1991
0217. National Resistance Army of Uganda
0218. National Security Management System (NSMS-SA)
0219. National Union of Finnish students, 1986, 1988
0220. Negotiations, 1987-1989

 

Box 0118
0221. News from the Soviet Union, 184-1985 (has 1 additional folder: 0121a)
0222. News report of the ANC, 1985
0223. New Zealand Federation of Labour, 1970
0224. Nkomati Accord, 1984
0225. Non-governmental Organizations, 1983-1987

 

Box 0119
0226. Nordic Centre Party Youth (support for SOMAFCO), 1982-1992
0227. Nors Folkhjelp ( donation to Dakawa), 1986
0228. Novib Documents (projects), 1981-1991 (has 2 additional folders: 0228a and 0228b)
0229. Nyberg\ Ndonda project, 1985
0230. Observation of SOMAFCO
0231. Obituaries, 1966-1991
0232. October Revolution and the Liberation Movement

 

Box 0120
0233. Operation Day work delegation
0234. Organisation of African Trade Union Unity ( OATUU), 1973
0235. Organisation of African Unity (OAU), 1972-1990
0236. Otto Benecke Foundation (OBF), 1982-1985
0237. Outings Committee, 1986-1987
0238. Oxfam, 1983-1987

 

Box 0121
0239. Pan Africanist Congress (PAC), 1968-1986
0240. Apartheid, Agriculture and State: The Farm Labour
0241. Cultural strategies of Survival
0242. Development of African Nationalism
0243. Development Law and Social justice
0244. Education for Liberation
0245. Education in Cuba
0246. Education policy of the ANC
0247. Events in South Africa

 

Box 0122
0248. Interaction policy Board
 0249. International Trade Union Conference on Apartheid, 1973 0232. 0250. Land question
 0251. Seminar on Developing Countries, 1987
 0252. SADCC: A Tool for Economic Liberation, 1987
 0253. World against Imperialism, Zionism and Racism, 1982
0254. Particulars of students: Dates of Birth
0255. Photolab, 1983-1985
0256. Physicians’ forum, 1985

 

Box 0123
0257. Commissariat, 1982-1985
0258. Discussion papers: ( The Freedom Charter)
0259. Lectures African Perspectives 
Communist Manifesto 
Elements of Socialist construction National liberation 
Proletarian Revolution 
Social Formations 
Socialism and Nationalism 
Theory of Revolution 
World Socialism: National sovereignty
0260. Speeches (Youth Conference 1982-SOMAFCO), 1982
0261. Programmes
0262. Papers

 

Box 0124
0263. Press Cuttings, 1983-1984
0264. Press Release, 1984-1991
0265. Press Statements, 1984-1991
0266. Primary school division (staffing)\ correspondence, 1989
0267. Pretoria Minute, 1990
0268. Problems of SOMAFCO, 1982
0269. Psychological effects of Apartheid, 1982-1983
0270. Public administration and local government
0271. Publicity and information, 1983-1986

 

Box 0125
0272. Recruitment of Doctors, 1983-1986
0273. Radda Bamen Group-Sweden, 1983-1987
0274. Radio Sisulu, 1985-1986
0275. Red Cross: Refugees, 1989
0276. Regional Commissioner, 1983-1988
0277. Regional Conference: Southern Africa Teachers, 1985
0278. Regional Health Department, 1982

 

Box 0126
0279. Regional Political Committee, 1980-1991 (has 2 additional folders: 0279a and 0279b)
0280. Regional Treasury, 1982-1990
0281. Regional Youth Committee, 1984-1985
0282. Released ANC leaders (Reception Committee), 1990
0283. Religion, 1985-1986

 

Box 0127
0284. Abuse: Partners\Children, 1988
0285. Accident (Land Cruiser), 1985
0286. ANC assets at Mazimbu & Dakawa, 1992
0287. Annual Report (Developments at SOMAFCO), 1982\3 258. 5 0288. Branch\Unit Report Form
0289. Catering Dept., 1984-1985
0290. Complex Disciplinary Committee, 1985
0291. Garage, 1984
0292. HOD, 1988
0293. Leaders, 1983
0294. Logistics, 1982
0295. Monthly: Mazimbu & Dakawa, 1984
0296. Morogoro Office, 1983
0297. Production Units
0298. Progress reports
0299. Quarterly reports: Social Welfare, 1986
0300. Regional Commissar
0301. Restructuring: DCC\Boarding\Creche & Nursery divisions
0302. Second Consultative Meeting
0303. Students trip to Saba-Saba, 1987
0304. Teachers’ recruitment, 1982 258
0305. Teaching staff, 1980
0306. Visit: S.A Initiatives Committee, City College New York, 1988

 

Box 0128
0307. Research on Education in South Africa (RESA), 1989-1990
0308. Resources Dep., 1982-1986
0309. Rica Hodgson (correspondence), 1981-1984
0310. Rien Cardo!, 1982
0311. Ruth First murder, 1982
0312. Ruth Lazarus, 1979-1984
0313. Salaries, 1991-1992
0314. Sais, 1985
0315. Southern Africa- the imprisoned society (Satis), 1985
0316. SAIH, 1984-1985

 

Box 0129
0317. Secondary division, 1989-1992 (has 1 additional folder: 0317a)
0318. Secour Populaire Francaise, 1985-1986
0319. Secretarial course, 1983-1985
0320. Secretary for Education (ANC), 1983-1990
0321. Secretary General, 1982-1990
0322. Shipping Research (Oil Embargo against S.A), 1987

 

Box 0130
0323. Sisulu, Walter, 1983
0324. Shope, M.W, 1972
0325. Site production unit (SOMAFCO), 1980-1989 (has 1additiona folder: 0325a)
0326. 16 of June programme, 1989
0327. Social Centre, 1984
0328. Social Welfare Dept, 1965-1987
0329. Socialist League of Malawi, 1985

 

Box 0131
0330. A Bus from Finland, 1984-1985 
0331. International Conference on Children, Harare, 1987
0332. Molisv, 1984-1986
0333. Netherlands Anti-Apartheid Movement, 1983 \
0334. Swedish visit to SOMAFCO, 1980
0335.Administration, 1979-1984
0336. Carpentry, 1986-1991
0337. Computer Centre, 1989-1990
0338. Project evaluation, 1983

 

Box 0132
0339. South African Coloured People’s Congress (SACPC)
0340. South African Communist Party (SACP), 1981-1983
0341. South African Extension Unit (SAEU) 1986-1991
0342. South Africa\US relations, 1981
0343. Southern Africa: Commonwealth accord, 1985
0344. Southern Africa: Support for education, 1989
0345. Soweto Parents Crisis Committee (education), 1985
0346. Swapo of Namibia, 1982-1984
0347. Soviet Afro-Asian Committee1983\1989
0348. Soviet Union, 1983

 

Box 0133
0349. Sports, 1982-1987
0350. Staffing, 1980-1990 (has 3 additional folders: 0350a, 0350b and 0350c)

Statements

0351. Account, 1985
0352. Lisbon Conference, 1977
0353. Situation in Southern Africa, 1984

 

Box 0134
0354. Stores Sub-Committee, 1982-1983
0355. Strasburg Film Project, 1985-1988
0356. Strategy and tactics of the ANC
0357. Students’ affairs, 1979-1988 (has 1 additional folder: 0357a)
0358. SumarVarma & Associates, 1990
0359. Supervisors course, 1986
0360. Support groups
0361. Swaziland evacuees, 1984
0362. Swaziland and Pretoria relations, 1982
0363. Swedish companies in South Africa, 1980
0364. Swedish Red Cross, 1985
0365. Swedish Teachers’ Union, 1985-1989

 

Box 0135
0366. Switzerland Anti-Apartheid Movement, 1983-1988
0367. Tambo, O.R, 1965-1991 (has 3 additional folders: 0367a, 0367b and 0367c)

 

Box 0136
0368. Correspondence, 1985-1987
0369. Foreign Affairs, 1985-1989
0370. General (local matters), 1979-1988 (has 1 additional folder: 0370a)
0371. Government representative, 1980-1988 (has 5 additional folders: * see next boxes)

 

Box 0137
0371. Government representative, 1980-1988 Cont. (0371a, 0137b, 0137c)

 

Box 0138
0371. Government representative, 1980-1988 Cont. (0137d and 0137e)
0372. Individual particulars: certificates in pseudonyms
0373. Regional Immigration Office
0374. Tanganyika Christian Refuge Service, 1985-1989
0375. 20th of Anniversary of Arusha Declaration, 1987
0376.Visitors, 1985-1988

 

Box 0139
0377. Task Force Management, 1991
0378. Technical Dept, 1981-1988
0379. 10th Anniversary of SOMAFCO, 1989
0380. Text of Secretary Schultz on South Africa, 1987

 

Box 0140
0381. Trade Fair (SABA-SABA), 1986
0382. Transport, 1981-1987
0383. Travel matters, 1985-1986
0384. Treasury, 1985-1986
0385. Treatment abroad, 1983-1987
0386. Turin\Geneva, 1983

 

Box 0141
0387. Armed resistance, 1976-1989
0388. Code of conduct
0389. Correspondence, 1982\1986
0390. Meetings, 1982-1984
0391. National Days
0392. OAU Medical Centre, 1982
0393. Piliso, Mzwai
0394. Publications, 1971-1986
0395. Report (Kongwa Graves)
0396. Units

 

Box 0142
0397. UN Centre Against Apartheid, 1982-1987
0398. United Church Board for World Ministries, 1987-1990
0399. United Church of Canada, 1986-1989
0400. United Nations Development Programme, 1978-1991 (has 2 additional folders: 0400a and 0400b)

 

Box 0143
0401. UNDP, 1978-1991 (has 1 additional folder: 0401a)
0402. UNESCO, 1983-1990: Inspection of SOMAFCO\ Teacher rating (has 2 additional folders: 0402a and 042b)

 

Box 0144
0403. UNICEF, 1985
0404. UNIDO, 1983-1988
0405. UNHCR, 1983-1986
0406. USSR, 1983-1987
0407. US Youth Against Apartheid
0408. Unit Talk (News briefing): Situation in S.A\Education, 1980

 

Box 0145
0409. Van Rensberg, Patrick (Education), 1983-1984
0410. Veterans Committee (Luthuli Detachment), 1985
0411. Vietnam Federation of Trade Unions, 1978
0412. Visitors, 1980-1990 (has 4 additional folder: 0412a, 0412b)

 

Box 0146
0412. Visitors, 1980-1990 Cont. (0412c and 0412d)
0413. Vocational Training Progranune
0414. Volunteers, 1985-1991 (has 1 additional folder: 0414a)

 

Box 0147
0415. Vuyisile Mini Factory (SOMAFCO), 1991-1992
0416. Weinberg, Eli, 1977
0417. Women Section
0418. All African Women’s Conference, 1965-1974 369.2 Correspondence\reports, 1984\1991
0419. Papers Emancipation of women 
Women and children under Apartheid Women in MK 
Women’s Day 
Women’s International Democratic Federation

 

Box 0148
0420. Work Force and rations, 1987-1988
0421. Working Class Movement in the 1920’s
0422. Working Committee of the ANC: structure, 1983
0423. Works Committee (SOMAFCO), 1981-1987 (has 1 additional folder: 0423a)

 

Box 0149
0424.Works Committee (ZPC\RPC), 1990-1991 (has 3 additional folders: 00424a, 0424b and 0424c)

 

Box 0150
0425. Works Disciplinary Committee, 1981
0426. World Federation of Labour, 1972-1976
0427. World Council of Churches (WCC), 1969-1988
0428. World Federation of Democratic Youth (WFDY), 1985
0429. World Federation of Teachers Union (WFTU), 1984-1985
0430. World Federation ofTrade Unions (WFTU), 1970-1977
0431. World peace Council (WPC), 1972-1973

 

Box 0151
0432. Youth Centre (SOMAFCO), 1984-1985 (has 1 additional folder: 0432a)
0433. Youth Conference, 1982 (has 1 additional folder: 0433b)
0434. Youth (Corresp\Reports), 1981-1987

 

Box 0152
0435. Youth Mbeya trip, 1985
0436. Zambia Trade Unions, 1971
0437. ZAPU Education policy
0438. Zonal Political Committee (ZPC), 1985-1986
0439. Zonal Youth Committee (ZYC), 1985-1986

 

 

Series XI – Treasurer General

 

Box 0153
0001. Correspondence, 1980-1988 (has 3 additional folders: 0001a, 0001b and 0001c)

 

Box 0154
0002. Correspondence, 1983-1991 (has 1 additional folders: 0002a )
0003. Correspondence\Meetings, 1979-1981

 

Box 0155
0004. Correspondence\reports, 1981-982
0005. Fund-raising, 1986
0006. Headquarters, 1990-1992
0007. Job descriptions
0008. Special meeting, 1983
0009. Special report, 1980-1983
0010. Statements, 1982
0011. Structures

 

 

Series XII – Addenda

 

Box 0156
0001. ANC Anniversaries (has 1 additional folder: 0001a)
0002. ANC Engineering Council
0003. African Teachers’ Association of South Africa (AT ASA): 57th Conference; Durban, 1979
0004. Angola: South African Aggression
0005. AZANIA or Maluti: Naming of South Africa debate

 

Box 0157
0006. Correspondence: Sequence, 1984\1986
0007. Correspondence: Makgothi, Henry, 1985
0008. Dairy
0009. Effects of Apartheid in Namibia and Zimbabwe, 1978
0010. General Register of Attendance: SOMFCO Depts, 1985
0011. Faxes

 

Box 0158
0012. Minutes, 1985\1988
0013. Policy documents: ANC\SACP\COSATU
0014. Reports, 1985
0015. Reports: Michael Lapsey, 1982
0016. Reports: Natie Marcus, 1982-1984
0017. Report: School Building Project, 1980
0018. Southern Africa Liberation Solidarity Committee
0019. Southern Africa Development Research Association: Workshop;
0020. SAEP Conference, Missouri, 1984
0021. State, Market & Socialist Pluralism
0022. World Federation of Lutheran Churches, 1986

 

Box 0159
0023. Telexes, 1986-1990 (has 3 additional folders: 0023a* see next box)

 

Box 0160
0023. Telexes, 1986-1990 Cont. (0023b and 0023c)