A Guide to the Oliver Tambo Papers, undated, 1960-1992.
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- A Guide to the Oliver Tambo Papers
- Tambo, Oliver, 1917-.
- Inclusive Dates
- undated, 1960-1992.
- 2.0 Linear feet
- Oliver Reginald Tambo spent most of his life serving in the struggle against apartheid. During his years in the African National Congress (ANC), Oliver Tambo played a major role in the growth and development of the movement and its policies. He was among the generation of African nationalist leaders who emerged after the Second World War who were instrumental in the transformation of the ANC from a liberal-constitutionalist organisation into a radical national liberation movement.
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Controlled Access Headings
- Africa-Cultures International Institute.
- African National Congress. Archives.
- African National Congress.
- Artists United Against Apartheid.
- British Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa.
- Communist Party of India.
- International Defence and Aid Fund.
- Irish Anti-Apartheid Movement.
- Komittee Zuidelijk Afrika.
- Lincoln University.
- National Union of Seaman (Great Britain).
- Organisation of African Unity.
- Pan Africanist Congress.
- Socialist International.
- South African Communist Party.
- South African Indian Congress.
- South African United Front.
- South West African National Union.
- Soviet Afro-Asian Solidarity Committee.
- Umkhonto we Sizwe (South Africa).
- University of Fort Hare.
- University of the West Indies.
- University of the Western Cape.
- University of the Witwatersrand.
- Alice, South Africa.
- Johannesburg, South Africa.
- London, England.
- People's Republic of Angola.
- South Africa.
- United Kingdom.
- Asmal, Kader.
- Astor, David.
- Belafonte, Harry, 1927-.
- Bhutto, Benazir.
- Bloom, Anthony, 1914-.
- Boesak, Allan Aubrey, 1946-.
- Brandt, Willy, 1913-.
- Buthelezi, Mangosuthu Gatsha.
- Carlsson, Ingvar, 1934-.
- Castro Ruz, Fidel.
- Ceausescu, Nicolae.
- Colin, Margaret, 1958-.
- Cosby, Bill, 1937-.
- Cosby, Camille O. (Camille Olivia), 1944-.
- Cunhal, Alvaro.
- Davis, Jennifer.
- Diouf, Abdon.
- Dos Santos, Jose' Eduardo, 1942- or 1946-.
- Eriksson, Alison.
- Eriksson, Lars-Gunnar.
- Ferrari, Frank D.
- Frederick, Wayne A.
- Genscher, Hans Dietrich.
- Goddard, Ruth, 1917-.
- Harris, Ann.
- Huddleston, Trevor, Bp., 1913-.
- Karis, Thomas, 1919-.
- King, Coretta Scott, 1927-.
- Kleinschmidt, Horst Guenter.
- Lembede, Anton Muziwakhe, 1914-1947.
- Louw, Raymond.
- Luthuli, Albert, 1898-1967.
- Machel, Graça.
- Majombozi, C.M.
- Malan, D.F. (Daniel François), 1874-1959.
- Mandela, Nelson, 1918-.
- Marchais, Georges, 1920-.
- Marin, Manuel.
- Mbeki, Govan, 1910-.
- Mda, Ashby.
- Minty, Abdul S.
- Moi, Daniel Arap, 1924-.
- Moshoeshoe II, King of Lesotho, 1938-1996.
- Mugabe, Robert Gabriel, 1924-.
- Mugabe, Sally, 1931-1992.
- Nandé', Beyers.
- Ncomo, William.
- Nyerere, Julius K. (Julius Kambarage), 1922-.
- Omar, Dullah.
- Pereira, Aristides.
- Persson, Carl.
- Reddy, E.S.
- Robinson, Randall.
- Romanov, D.
- Sampson, Anthony.
- Segal, Ronald, 1932-.
- Shaker, Mohamed Ibrahim.
- Sisulu, Walter Max.
- Slovo, Joe
- Stanishev, Dimitur.
- Stolenberg, Thorvald.
- Tambo, Adelaide.
- Tambo, Oliver, 1917-.
- Turok, Ben, 1927-.
- Uys, Pieter-Dirk.
- Vigne, Randolph.
- Walters, Ian.
- Ware, Helen.
- Wilson, Francis.
- Yates, Anne Hayden Price, 1939-.
- Yusuf Dadoo, 1909-1983.
- Zhikov, Todor.
Oliver Reginald Tambo was born in Mbizana in eastern Pondoland in the Cape Province on 27 October 1917. He attended Ludeke Methodist School, and completed his primary education at Holy Cross Mission near Flagstaff. From there he transferred to St. Peter's Secondary School in Johannesburg. After completing his secondary education, Tambo went to the University College of Fort Hare in Alice [South Africa] and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in 1941. He remained at the University of Fort Hare to qualify for an honours degree but was expelled in 1942 during a student strike over demands for a democratically elected student representative council. Following his expulsion he returned to St. Peter's in Johannesburg as a science and mathematics teacher.
In Johannesburg, Tambo became involved with a group of young leaders who advocated a more radical direction for the African National Congress ( ANC). Working with Nelson Mandela, Walter Sisulu, Anton Lembede, Ashby Mda, William Ncomo, C.M. Majombozi, and others, Tambo became a founding member of the ANC Youth League ( ANCYL) in 1944. He served as the Youth League's national secretary and was elected president of the Transvaal in 1948 and national vice-president in 1949.
Tambo moved quickly into a position of influence in the senior ANC and was elected to the Transvaal Executive of the ANC. In 1948, along with Walter Sisulu, he was elected to the National Executive Committee. Tambo was also a member of the committee that drew up the Programme of Action in 1948, which helped move the ANC from a passive organization charged with catering to the elite, to one which mobilized the people for massive campaigns of civil disobedience and non-violent resistance.
Tambo left teaching in 1947 and took up law. With the support of Walter Sisulu he was articled in a Johannesburg law firm. In 1952, he qualified as an attorney, and later that year he established a law practice with Nelson Mandela. Their legal practice championed underprivileged victims of apartheid laws.
Pressure and banning orders from the South African government forced Walter Sisulu to resign from ANC leadership leading to Tambo's appointment as acting secretary-general in 1954. Although banned himself, and restricted to Johannesburg, Tambo was allowed to retain his leadership position in the ANC. During this period he helped to guide the ANC through the Defiance Campaigns and the difficult campaigns against the Western area removal and the introduction of Bantu Education. In December 1956, he was arrested and charged with treason. He was among those discharged from the Treason Trial in late 1957. In 1958, with Albert Luthuli isolated by bans restricting him to his Natal home, Tambo was elected to fill the newly created post of deputy president-general of the ANC. In 1959, Tambo was banned and was forbidden to attend gatherings for five years.
Following the Sharpeville Massacre of 1960, ANC leaders were convinced a banning of the ANC was imminent and made plans for Tambo to leave the country to serve as a foreign spokesman and to establish external missions and mobilize international support against the apartheid system.
From the banning of the ANC and PAC ( Pan Africanist Congress) in 1960 until the unbanning of the ANC in 1990, Tambo led the ANC's organization in exile, living in London, Tanzania, and Zimbabwe. In conjunction with Yusuf Dadoo he was instrumental in the establishment of the South African United Front ( SAUF), which brought together the ANC external missions, the PAC ( Pan Africanist Congress), the South African Indian Congress, and the South West African National Union ( SWANU). Through successful lobbying the SAUF brought about the expulsion of South Africa from the Commonwealth in 1961. Following its initial success the SAUF broke up in July 1961.
Aided by various African governments, Tambo established ANC missions in Egypt, Ghana, Morocco, and London, England. Eventually the ANC operated missions in 27 countries by 1990. Countries hosting missions included all permanent members of the United Nations Security Council with the exception of China.
When the ANC moved to armed struggle and activated Umkhonto we Sizwe, Tambo was instrumental in securing the cooperation of numerous African governments in providing training and facilities for the ANC. Following Albert Luthuli's death in 1967, Tambo was named acting president-general. His appointment was approved by the Morogoro Conference in 1969.
Throughout the 1970s, Tambo's international prestige rose immensely as he traveled the world promoting opposition to the apartheid system. In 1985, Tambo was reelected ANC president at the Kabwe conference. In that role he served as head of the Politico-Military Council (PMC) of the ANC and as commander in chief of Umkhonto we Sizwe.
In 1989, Tambo suffered a stroke and spent several months in Stockholm recuperating. He returned to South Africa in 1991 and was elected national chairperson at the ANC's first legal national conference in July 1991. He was offered the position of chancellor at the University of Fort Hare in 1991. Oliver Tambo died on 24 April 1993.
Scope and Content
The original collection contains correspondence, diaries, notebooks, materials reflecting his changing responsibilities within the ANC and the anti-apartheid struggle, photographs, audio visual materials and ephemera. Researchers shold be aware that descriptions of the contents of folders are intended to highlight significant documents, subjects or individuals and not to provide an inclusive list of materials to be found in the folder. This finding aid describes the microfilm copy of the collection provided by the University of the Witwatersrand.
The Oliver Tambo Papers were arranged at the Department of Historical Papers at the University of the Witwatersrand (Collection ID: A2561) prior to their transfer to the University of Fort Hare. The arrangement of the papers has been retained as it was received from University of the Witwatersrand.
Microfilm rolls correspond to the box numbers as follows:
- Roll 1 Boxes 1 - 4
- Roll 2 Boxes 4 - 6
- Roll 3 Boxes 6 - 12
- Roll 4 Boxes 12 - 18
- Roll 5 Boxes 28 - 31
- Roll 6 Boxes 31 - 35
- Roll 7 Boxes 35 - 37
- Roll 8 Boxes 37 - 41
- Roll 9 Boxes 41 - 44
- Roll 10 Boxes 44 - 47
- Roll 11 Boxes 47 - 51
- Roll 12 Boxes 51 - 54
- Roll 13 Boxes 54 - 58
- Roll 14 Boxes 58 - 61
- Roll 15 Boxes 61 - 67
- Roll 16 Boxes 68 - 72
- Roll 17 Boxes 73 - 77
- Roll 18 Boxes 77 - 81
- Roll 19 Boxes 82 - 87
Boxes 19 - 27 and 88 - 95 were not microfilmed.
Series A: Personal Documents, 1960-1993
Subseries A1: Family
Correspondence from Adelaide Tambo to Oliver Tambo (16 items), 1962, 1969, 1981-1988
Correspondence to Adelaide Tambo (includes two greeting cards, 15 items), 1961-1980
Family/General, (15 items, includes 3 photographs) undated, 1960, 1983, 1985, 1989-1990
Greeting Cards/Messages: Birthdays, Christmas etc., includes telexed messages to Oliver Tambo on his 70th Birthday- See also: Greeting Cards/Messags - Birthdays (18 items), undated
Wedding of Nomatemba (Tembi) Tambo and Martin Kingston, 1981 August 1
Correspondence (13 items) Correspondents include: Yusuf and Winnie Dadoo; Trevor Huddleston; N. M. Masemola; Ernst Michanek (Swedish Foreign Ministry); Julius Nyerere and his wife; David Owen (MP) and his wife; Olaf Palme, undated
Miscellaneous Personal Matters, (28 items) re to Oliver and Adelaide Tambo Includes: harrassment- handwritten list of threats received against Oliver Tambo on the part of Adelaide; children's education; vehicle registration document ( Adelaide Tambo); ANC Staff Provident Fund ( Oliver Tambo); motor insurance; correspondence re the allocation of land (Wattville) to Oliver Tambo/the purchase of property in Benoni, South Africa by the Tambos, undated, 1960-1992
Subseries A2: Finance, 1962-1993
Includes correspondence re Oliver Tambo's personal finance affairs; invoices; statements (bank), notices, etc.
1962-1972 (9 items)
1973 (23 items)
Includes items relating to fire loss at Oliver Tambo's home in North London
1974-1979 (9 items)
1980-1986 (11 items)
1987-1989 (13 items)
1990 (3 items)
1991 (11 items)
Includes correspondence; bank statements; invoices; final notice
Includes bank statements; info on life insurance policies
Undated (4 items)
Subseries A3: Health, 1975-1991
Correspondence (13 items), 1975-1991
Medical Records (24 items), 1978-1991
Includes Medical Bills; Prescriptions; Programmes/Exercises; Special Diets
Subseries A4: Honourary Degrees/Honourary Membership, 1961-1991
Correspondence, (17 items), 1986-1991
Corresponents include: National Union of Seamen; Cuban Anti-Apartheid Committee; Lincoln University; University of the West Indies; Africa-Cultures International Institute
Subseries A5: Music (61 items), undated
Includes words of songs (e.g. Song of Africa, Nkosi Sikelel' i-Afrika) and draft music
Subseries A6: Public Portraits, (4 items- includes 2 photographs), 1985, 1991
Correspondents include: Ian Walters (Sculptor); Stanley Uys
Subseries A7: Requests, Autographs and Other Information (28 items), undated, 1986-1991
Subseries A8: Travel Arrangements (7 items), 1961-1990
Subjects include: visa applications; flight bookings; reservation particulars, undated
Presidential Visits, Meetings (8 items), 1973-1991
Items include: Itinerary: Lars-Gunnar and Alison Eriksson- visit to Africa, 18 April/9 June, 1973; Pamphlet: ANC Leider Tambo in Nederland (Invitation: Komitee Zuidelijk Afrika), 1981; Brief Report on the Presidential Mission to the 18th Congress of the Socialist International, 20 June 1989; Brief Report on the Meeting with Manuel Marin, Vice-President of the EEC (2 July 1989); Brief Report on the Meeting with Raymond Louw (15 May 1991); Handwritten List/Notes ( Oliver Tambo): Invitations; Recommendations for Future Presidential Tours (Travel Arrangements and Accommodation/Scheduling).
Subseries A9: Universities, Dealings with...Fort Hare; University of the Western Cape, etc., (See also: Special Topics - Organisations/ University of the Western Cape) (16 items), 1990, 1991, 1992
Items include: Documents supplied by Wits University re role of Chancellor (sent to Oliver Tambo by Penuell M. Maduna) 25 September 1990; Correspondence between Dullah Omar and Oliver Tambo re graduation, 11/12 October 1990 (2 items); Correspondence: re Oliver Tambo's invitation to become Fort Hare's Chancellor, 21 February 1991; Response from SANSCO re honourary doctorate to be conferred on Oliver Tambo by UDW (March 1991); Facsimiles (2 items) sent by Prof S. Bengu to Oliver Tambo re Chancellorship of Fort Hare (Advertisement) and death of a student in Bisho March (1992).
Subseries A10: Personal Documents
Cards: Calling/Business Cards, undated
Countries (Ambassadors, Ministers) (80 items)
Individuals (Includes academics) (31 items)
Media (print and television journalists) (37 items)
Organisations (45 items)
United Nations (10 items)
Miscellaneous (34 items)
Cards Identity/Membership (15 items), 1980s
Includes membership card of the June Four Movement; identity cards issued at OAU Assemblies/Summits.
Official Documents (7 items), 1970, 1978, 1987
Passports (including a Malawian travel document in lieu of a national passport); Driving Licence (Issued March 1970: Lusaka City Council);Firearm Licence (Issued in April 1978: Lusaka City Council); Receipt for Firearm or Ammunition deposited in a Public Warehouse (4 August 1987).
Subseries A11: Diaries/Address/Telephone Books/Notebooks/Miscellaneous Notes
Diaries (3 items), 1980, 1981, 1990
Address/Telephone Books (4 items and loose transcriptions)
Includes miscellaneous notes written at random amongst the addresses/numbers.
Notebooks/Miscellaneous Loose Leaf Notes, 1970-1989
Miscellaneous Loose Leaf Notes, circa 1971
Includes "Call for Unity" - PAC.
circa 1974 (1 item)
circa 1977 (1 item)
circa 1978 (4 items)
Includes Notebook: Visit to Vietnam
circa 1979/1980 (3 items)
circa 1982 (2 items)
circa 1985 (1 item)
1987 (2 items)
circa 1988 (4 items)
circa 1989 (2 items)
Notebooks: Miscellaneous (11 items), undated
1 item includes telephone numbers/addresses as well as miscellaneous notes
Loose Leaf Notes: Miscellaneous (11 files), undated
Includes Reminders/Messages; Notes prepared for Speeches/Statements
Draft Minutes/Memoranda (5 items), undated
Draft Reports/Papers (10 items)
Early Life (3 items)
Notes explaining the origin of Oliver Tambo's letters to Joyce and Ruth Goddard (1928-1940). Includes excerpts from letters to both received from and referring to Oliver Tambo. 7p. Ts. Handwritten notes ( Oliver Tambo) re life at St Peters/admission to Fort Hare. 3p. Notebook: Dictated to Speech Therapist, 5 September 1989.
Draft/Unfinished Letters (14 items), undated
Biographical Details (5 items), undated
Subseries A12: Greeting Cards/Messages, 1983-1990
General (24 items), 1989
Includes written list of telephone messages, 27 October 1989. Correspondents include: ANC Department of Education; ANC Department of Information and Publicity; ANC Headquarters Staff; ANC members - United Kingdom and Ireland; ANC National Youth Committee; High Commissioner for Tanzania, Mrs. Malecela and Staff.
Oliver Tambo's 70th Birthday, 1987 October 27
ANC (40 items), undated
Correspondents include: ANC membership - Angola; Angola - leadership of the Security Department; Department of Finance; Department of Transport; International Headquarters; Quibaxe Centre Youth Committee; Quibaxe - Women's Section; SOMAFCO Student-body; UmKonto we Sizwe; Viena Transit Camp. Publication: Issued by ANC: A 70th Birthday Tribute, (see also: ANC Publications)
Countries (22 items), undated
Includes list of greetings/messages. Ts. Correspondents include: People's Republic of Angola; Ebrahim Babaginda ( Nigeria); Nicolae Ceausescu; Communist Party of India; Hans-Dietrich Genscher ( Germany); Carl Persson (Ambassador: Sweden); D. Romanov (Ambassador: Bulgaria); Fidel Castro Ruz; Tanzania High Commission; Jelko Zagar (Ambassador: Yugoslavia).
Individuals (27 items), undated
Correspondents include: Harry and Julie Belafonte; Frank Ferrari; Trevor Huddleston; Lisbet Palme; Randall Robinson; E. S. Reddy; Joe Slovo.
Organisations (43 items), undated
Correspondents include: All India Peace Solidarity Organisation; Artists United Against Apartheid (Little Steven); British Defence and Aid Fund ( Ethel De Kieser); Democratic Youth Federation of India; Hungarian Solidarity Committee; International Defence and Aid Fund ( Horst Kleinschmidt); Irish Anti-Apartheid Movement ( Kadar Asmal); Kairos workgroup (Christians against Apartheid); PanAfrican Youth Movement; Parliamentarians Action for Removal of Apartheid (Para-India); Socialist International ( Willy Brandt); South African Communist Party ( SACP); Soviet Afro-Asian Solidarity Committee; United Nations Special Committee against Apartheid (Chairman Garba); WESPAC (Westchester Peoples Action Coalition).
Oliver Tambo's 73rd Birthday, 1990 October 27
Correspondents include: ANC membership - Denmark; ANC Department of Internal Publicity; ANC Headquarters - Lusaka; ANC Community - Luanda; ANC Office of the Chief Representative, United Kingdom and Ireland; ANC - Southern Natal Region; Daniel arap Moi; King Moshoeshoe II; Alfred Nzo (on behalf of The National Executive Committee); Thandi Lujabe Rankoe (Chief Representative - ANC Oslo Office); E. S. Reddy; M. K. Tsekoa (High Commission of the Kingdom of Lesotho).
"Get Well Messages"
Correspondence (83 items), 1989-1990
Includes correspondence addressed to Adelaide on behalf of Oliver Tambo. Correspondents include: Tony Bloom; Allan Boesak; Mangosuthu G. Buthelezi; Ingvar Carlsson; Jennifer Davis; Abdou Diouf; G. Dove-Edwin; Rajiv Ghandi; Trevor Huddleston; Tom Karis; Coretta Scott King; Margaret and Legum Colin; Georges Marchais, (Community Party of France); Govan Mbeki; François Mitterand; Muslim Judicial Council (Cape); Dr. A. S. Nkomo; Aristides Pereira; Thorvald Stoltenberg (see also: UN High Commissioner for Refugees); Francis Wilson; Anne Yates.
Greeting Cards/Messages (85 items, 2 files), 1989-1990
Correspondents include: ANC membership - Sweden; Harry Belafonte; Benazir Bhutto; Bill and Camille Cosby; Nadine and Jerry Dunfey; Wayne Frederick; Ann Harris; Zambia's High Commissioner and Mrs. E. M. Lubinda; Graça Machel; Daniel arap Moi; Tony Sampson; Pieter Dirk Uys; Helen Ware ( Australian High Commissioner).
Responses by Oliver Tambo to "Get Well" Messages and Birthdays
Disk 1 (47 files)
Disk 2 (43 files)
Season's Greetings, undated, 1983
Individuals/Organizations Greeting Cards (16 items), undated
Correspondents include: Wolfie Kadesh; Veterans' League
Official Greeting Cards (22 items), 1983
Includes a written list of Season's Greetings received. Correpondents include: Victoria Chitepo; Alvaro Cunhal ( Portuguese Communist Party); José Eduardo Dos Santos; Georges Haoui (Secretary General of the Lebanese Communist Party); The President and Mrs. Kaunda; Georges Marchais (Secretary General of the French Communist Party); Angolan Ambassador (Lusaka) and Mrs. M. B. Mavunza; Robert and Sally Mugabe; Poland; Romania; Mohamed I. Shaker (Ambassador of Egypt); Dimitur Stanishev (Secretary of the Central Committee of the Bulgarian Communist Party); Klaus Timmermann (Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany); Vietnam; Todor Zhikov (General Secretary of the Central Committee of the Bulgarian Communist Party).
Miscellaneous (20 items), undated
Includes 'Welcome Home' greetings; best wishes, etc. Correpondents include: ANC Nursery School, Mazimbu; Ben and Mary Turok; youth at Chelston Transit Centre.
Subseries A13: Individuals (Correspondence), 1960-1992
1960-1961 (9 items)
Correspondents include: Mary-Louise Hooper.
1962 (14 items)
Correspondents include: Mary-Louise Hooper; Abdul Minty.
1963/1964 (2 items)
Correspondents include: David Astor. Subjects include: The Negro Leadership Conference on Africa.
1971-1973 (4 items)
Correspondents include: Mary-Louise Hooper.
1977-1978 (12 items)
Correspondents include: M. Golden; Tom Karis; D. Martz; Beyers Naudé.
1979-1980 (7 items)
Correspondents include: Mary-Louise Hooper; Dr. Dan Naidoo; Randolph Vigne.
1981-1982 (11 items)
Correpondents include: Mary Delany; Mary-Louise Hooper; Ronald Segal; Correspondence with Violet Weinberg. Subjects include: sanctions/policy; message of condolence on the death of Eli Weinberg; wedding ceremony of Tembi Tambo and Martin Kingston.
1983 (7 items)
Correspondents include: Ray Simons.
1984-1985 (33 items)
Correspondents include: Archie Crail; Valerie O'Connor-Makatini; Jennifer Davis; D.F. Malan; Jeremy Thorpe; Peter Weiss. Subjects include: pre-colonial history of South Africa; South Africa's political future; building of a nuclear power plant in South Africa; incarceration of Christian Philander Aaron in Angola.
1986 (40 items)
Correspondents include: Rica Bird; Jack Dunfey; Saville Kapelus; Livi Mqotsi; Bishop Simeon Nkoane; Ray and Jack Simons; Mervyn Susser; Jeanne M. Woods. Subjects include: a constitutional solution for South Africa; corporations with investments in South Africa; analysis of the apartheid act of 1986 - Jeanne M. Woods.
1987 (27 items)
Correspondents include: Peter Abrahams; Mary Benson; Trevor Huddleston; Ray C. Kingston (See also: Family and Countries - New Zealand); Tony O'Dowd; Jeanne M. Woods. Correspondence with: Harry Belafonte; Bill Lucy; Mr. and Mrs. Poitier. Subjects include: cultural and academic boycotts; Oliver Tambo's visit to the United States; Inkatha (Correspondence between Mary Benson and Mangosuthu Buthelezi.
1988 (25 items)
Correspondents include: George M. Houser; Coretta Scott King; Danny Meyer; Livie Mqotsi; Phyllis Naidoo; Maurice C. Pincoffs; John T. Walker; Jeanne M. Woods. Subjects include: messages of condolence on the death of Dulcie September; messages of condolence on the death of Johnny Makatini.
1989 (42 items)
Correspondents include: Peggy Dulany; Jerry Dunfey; Trevor Huddleston; Mike Overmeyer; Anthony Sampson; Jack Simons; Raymond Suttner. Subjects include: 80th Birthday Celebrations of Barney Gordon; Winnie Mandela; article on Johnny Makatini; Professor Ronald Dworkin's conference of lawyers about South Africa; 10th Anniversary Celebration of the Solomon Mahlangu Freedom College; South Africa: Stage Two on the Road to the Ultimate Political Arrangement - John Wilkison; World Medical Association and South Africa.
1990 (43 items)
Correpondents include: Phyllis Altman; Conny Braam; Dennis Brutus; Camille and Bill Cosby; Jerry Dunfey; Marie and Don Embleton; Wolfie Kadesh; Margaret and Colin Legum; Mark Shope; Ray and Jack Simons; Sylvester Stein; Mervyn Susser; Francis Wilson; Trevor Huddleston.
1991-1992 (28 items, Photographs and Hard Disc included)
Correpondents include: Winifred Armstrong; J. Chissano (See also: Countries) Mozambique); Marie and Don Embleton; Tom Karis; Ando Kenichiro; Martin Kingston (See also: Family); Graça Machel (See also: Countries) Mozambique; Ray and Jack Simons; Theresa and Ronald Watts; Francis Wilson. Subjects include: Chancellorship of the University of Fort Hare; Ray and Jack Simons financial problems with Oxfam; Sir Robin Rennick's views on certain key areas relating to developments within South Africa.
Correspondence (22 items), undated
Correspondents include: Rica Bird; Cora Weiss.
Subseries A14: Organisations/Forums/Institutions (Correspondence), 1960-1992
1960-1962 (15 items)
Correspondents include: American Committee on Africa ( George M. Houser (See also: Individuals, 1988); American Friends Service Committee; The Anti-Apartheid Movement; Dublin University History Society; Episcopal Churchmen for South Africa; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; Scholarships Committee of South Africa; South Africa Defence Fund; World Assembly of Youth (WAY- Norwegian Secretariat). Subjects include: South African Contrasts: Rosalind Moreau; Caprivi African National Union ( CANU); American Committee on Africa's "Appeal for Action Against Apartheid"; arrest of Nelson Mandela; South African Action Conference (January 1961); Study Conference: economic sanctions - organised by the Anti-Apartheid Movement; conference on "Pan-Africanism."
1970-1972 (10 items)
Correspondents include: Africa 2000( Tom Draisma); Task Force on Southern Africa of the United Presbyterian Church, USA; World Council of Churches ( Baldwin Sjollema). Correspondence with: Organisation of African Unity ( OAU) Liberation Committee. Subjects include: question of unity between the PAC and the ANC.
1973-1974 (19 items)
Correspondents include: African Studies Association; The Afro-Asian Peoples' Solidarity Organisation; American Friends Service Committee, Inc.; International Red Cross; Terre des hommes. Subjects include: 16th annual meeting of the African Studies Association; 11th Council Session of the Afro-Asian Peoples' Solidarity Organisation.
1975-1976 (6 items)
Correspondents include: Christian Democratic World Union; Netherlands Anti-Apartheid Movement ( Conny Braam (See also: Individuals, 1990); World Peace Council. Subjects include: International Conference of Peace Researchers and Peace Activists; Conference of the Christian Democratic World Union; "Christian Democracy facing the World Crisis"; meeting of the WPC Presidential Committee (Delhi, 1976).
1977 (3 items)
Correspondents include: International University Exchange Fund; Socialist International (See also: Countries) Zimbabwe); World Citizens Assembly; World Council of Churches ( Baldwin Sjollema). Subjects include: Seminar on Death Penalty in Africa; resolution on the arms race/ United Nations Special Session on Disarmament; Open University tuition to South African victims of apartheid.
1978-1980 (12 items)
Correspondents include: Danish Association for International Co-Operation; Organisation of Solidarity of the Peoples of Africa, Asia and Latin America; Irish Anti-apartheid Movement; Socialist International; Special Committee of International NGOs on Human Rights (Geneva); World Council of Churches; World Peace Council ( Romesh Chandra). Subjects include: International Conference for Action against Apartheid, Geneva 1978; Congress of Socialist International, Vancouver 1978; International Anti-Apartheid Year Conference: The European Economic Community and South Africa; Hearing on the Situation in South Africa: Danish Association for International Co-operation.
1981-1985 (30 items)
Correspondents include: American Committee on Africa; British Defence and Aid fund for Southern Africa; Carnegie Corporation of New York; Centre for Intergroup Studies, UCT ( H. W. van der Merwe); Council on Foreign Relations, US; Edgar Robert/ Howard University, Washington D.C.; International Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa; London School of Economics and Political Science - Debating Union; Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights under Law ( Gay McDougall); New England Circle; New Zealand Seamen's Union; Socialist Interafrican; Socialist International ( J. Oop Den Uyl); South Africa Foundation; TransAfrica - Free SA Movement ( Randall Robinson). Correspondence with: Anti-Apartheid Movement (Britain - Trevor Huddleston (See also: Individuals); TransAfrica (Director: Randall Robinson). Subjects include: retirement of George Houser; Arusha Conference on Southern Africa; Second Carnegie Inquiry into Poverty and Development in Southern Africa; 25th Anniversary of the British Anti-Apartheid Movement; General Council of the Socialist Interafrican; impact of American anti-apartheid pressure groups.
1986 January-July (57 items)
Correspondents include: Africa Fund; B. C. Teachers Federation; Business International; Coalition for a Free Africa, Inc.; Defence Africa and the Middle East; European Parliament Socialist Group; Korean Committee for Afro-Asian Solidarity; International Association of Democratic Lawyers; Irish Anti-Apartheid Movement; National Black Leadership Roundtable (President: Walter E. Fauntroy); PanAfrican Youth Movement; Preferential Trade Area for Eastern and Southern African States (PTA); Riverside Church Disarmament Programme; TransAfrica (Director: Randall Robinson); Third World Prize; United Artists Against Apartheid ( Jennifer Davis); Wales Anti-Apartheid Movement; World Alliance of Reformed Churches; World Congress devoted to the International Year of Peace; World Peace Council ( Romesh Chandra). Subjects include: "Mobilizing Afro-American Support for a Black-Ruled South Africa"; exchange of views between the World Alliance of Reformed Churches and the ANC; exhibition of anti-apartheid posters; trial of anti-apartheid activists, including Randall Robinson, "for acts of civil disobedience against Shell Oil Company"; support for the struggle against apartheid issued by various organisations; invitation extended to Oliver Tambo to be the first Olaf Palme Memorial Lecturer; Hanif Bhamjee: Wales Anti-Apartheid Movement - controversy re visit of a Welsh choir to Hungary who had recently performed in South Africa; Ho Chi Minh Award: ANC.
1986 August-December (37 items)
Correspondents include: All Africa Teachers' Organisation; British Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa ( Ethel de Keyser); Business International; Canadian Labour Congress; Friedrich Ebert Foundation; Holland Committee on Southern Africa; Indian Society for Afro-Asian Studies; International Center for Development Policy ( Robert E. White); International Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa; Irish Anti-Apartheid Movement; Japan Anti-Apartheid Committee; National Council of Swedish Youth; Royal Commonwealth Society; Third World Prize; Unity Movement of South Africa. Subjects include: Conference, New Delhi (November 1986) - "Cooperation between the Afro-Asian Countries"; planned conference in Bonn held by The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung re future development in South Africa/solutions to the conflict; South Africa: Royal Commonwealth Society's Statement; 5th Assembly of the All Africa Teacher's Organisation; Third World Prize 1986: Bob Geldoff; Japanese government's policy on South Africa and government's invitation to Oliver Tambo; invitation extended to Oliver Tambo by the BDAF Council to deliver the Canon Memorial Lecture; Jay Naidoo's ( COSATU) tour of Canada; Nathaniel Honono.
1987 (33 items)
Correspondents include: American Committee on Africa (Executive Director: Jennifer Davis); Concern International; Development Aid From People to People; Disarmament Program, Riverside Church (Co-Director: Cora Weiss); Educators Against Apartheid; International Center for Development Policy (Director: Barbara Harmel); International Council of Voluntary Agencies; International Defence and Aid Fund (Director: Horst Kleinschmidt); Institute for African Alternatives; Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law ( Gay McDougal); Martin Luther King Jr. Center; Morning Star; PanAfrican Youth Movement; TransAfrica; South African Economic Research and Training Project; Zambia Electricity Supply Corporation Ltd; Zimbabwe Committee for Child Survival and Development (President: Sally Mugabe. Subjects include: national festival: Morning Star (invitation to speak); The United States Policy on South Africa and the Black Continent by Jaime B. Ramirez; Nationalisation of the monopolies and banks and the reconstruction of the industrial sector by Ben Turok; Oliver Tambo's holiday at Iteshitezhi c/o Zambia Electricity Supply Corporation Ltd; Barbara Harmel and Nancy Stetson's preparatory trip to Southern Africa; ICVA Consultation on Uprooted Peoples in Southern Africa; International Conference on Children, Repression and the Law in Apartheid South Africa ( IDAF); Oliver Tambo's visit to Japan; Olaf Palme Memorial Lecture; Oliver Tambo's visit to the United States; National Action Symposium sponsored by the Martin Luther King Jr. Center on "Creating a New U.S. Policy for South Africa"; boycott of Kellogg's Corporation; invitation to attend the Harare Symposium on the Survival and Development of Children in the Frontline States and Southern Africa.
1988 January-July (18 items)
Correspondents include: Association of West European Parliamentarians for Action against Apartheid ( AWEPAA); Council on Foreign Relations; Free South Africa Coalition (New Haven); The Hunger Project; InterAction Council; Irish Anti-Apartheid Movement ( Kader Asmal); O. G. H. International; War on Want. Subjects include: Conference on SADCC's Future: Europe's Role organised by the Parliament of Zimbabwe and AWEPAA; annual session of the InterAction Policy Board, Zimbabwe 1988; Report on British and European Aid to the Southern African Development Co-Ordination Conference; The Northeast Conference for Common Strategies Against Apartheid For a Democratic South Africa; Message: Mandela Concert; announcement of the winner of the Africa Prize for Leadership for the Sustainable End of Hunger.
1988 July-December (29 items)
Correspondents include: Angolan League of Friendship; Congress of Black Panamanians; Development Aid From People to People; Organisation of Solidarity with the Peoples of Africa, Asia and Latin America; OXFAM; Pan African Women's Organisation; The Solidarity Foundation (Executive Director: Steven Little); South African Economic Research and Training Project; Southern African Advanced Education Project; World Peace Through Law Center. Correspondence with: International Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa (Director: Horst Kleinschmidt). Subjects include: Advanced Education and High Level Training for Black South Africans: The need for an Independent Commonwealth Initiative; Nelson Mandela; 77th Anniversary of the ANC; message of condolences on the death of Johnny Makatini.
1989 (47 items)
Correspondents include: AAPSO; Africa Fund ( Jennifer Davis); African-American Institute (Acting President: Frank E. Ferrari); American Committee on Africa ( Jennifer Davis); Carter-Menil Human Rights Foundation; Commonwealth Secretariat ( Shridath Ramphal "Sonny"); General Union of Syrian Women; The Hunger Project; International Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa; National Ecumenical Commission to Combat Racism ( Brazil); Organisation of African Unity ( OAU); Organisation of African Trade Unity; Organisation of Solidarity of the Peoples of Africa, Asia and Latin America; Oxford Union Society; Preferential Trade Area for Eastern and Southern African States (PTA); South African Council of Churches (General Secretary: Frank Chikane); South African Non-Racial Olympic Committee (SAN-ROC)-President: Dennis Brutus; Third World Affairs; World Constitution and Parliament Association; World Mathaba; UIL ( Unione Italiana Del Lavoro). Subjects include: anti-apartheid activity in Israel; option to apply for membership of OAU Coordination Committee on Assistance to Refugees in Africa ( CCAR); invitation extended by the General Union of Syrian Women to visit Damascus; UIL: 10th National Congress, Venice; Voice of America editorial - President-elect Bush outlining US counter-terrorism policy; meeting on trade union activity against apartheid and in solidarity with the workers and people of South Africa; Summit Conference on apartheid planned by the American Committee on Africa to mobilize "expanded advocacy in the US Religious Community"; commemoration of the Sharpeville Massacre; Johnny Makatini; solidarity between Brazilians and Southern African Blacks; Barnet Anti-Apartheid Movement's adopted Political Prisoner: Ahmed Kathrada ("Kathy"); publication in commemoration of Abdul Minty's 50th Birthday (See also: Publishers); Ending Hunger Through Sustainable Development by Maurice Strong; World Conference against A and H Bombs; invitation extended to a delegation of the ANC to visit the Mathaba Office in Tripoli; 1989 Third World Prize awarded to four South African Church Leaders; Panama.
1990 (41 items)
Correspondents include: Africa Fund; Anti-Apartheid Movement of the Netherlands ( AABN); Anti-Apartheid Movement ( UK); Association of West European Parliamentarians for Action against Apartheid ( AWEPAA): Black Lawyers Association; Commonwealth Secretariat; Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation; Development Aid From People to People (DAPP); Harvard Foundation; IDASA ( Institute for a Democratic Alternative for South Africa); Institute for Contextual Theology; Institute of International Education; Irish Anti-Apartheid Movement; International Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa; New Zealand Association for the Teaching of English; Organisation of African Trade Unity ( OATUU); Organisation of Solidarity of the Peoples of Africa, Asia and Latin America ( OSPAAL); Preferential Trade Area for Eastern and Southern African States (PTA); SAMAK; Socialist International (Chairman: Wim Kok); The Southern African Advanced Education Project (Director: Anne Yates); The Synod of the Northeast; Union of Australian Women; University of the Western Cape's Community Law Centre; University of the Western Cape's Returnees Committee. Subjects include: Conference of Socialist International and Frontline States on Southern Africa, Harare (See also: Countries) Zimbabwe; release of Nelson Mandela; AWEPAA meeting, Brussels; invitation to the 18th Ordinary Nordic Labour Movement Congress; Resolution on South African Sanctions adopted by The Synod of the Northeast (Mission Council); message of appreciation addressed to Shridath Ramphal on his leaving the office of Commonwealth Secretary General; extracts from remarks by Chief Emeka Anyaoku, Commonwealth Secretary-General, at a dinner for Nelson Mandela; Black Lawyers Association 10 Anniversary Celebrations; seminar and conference: "the State and the Crisis in Africa; In Search of a Second Liberation"; Extract from a speech by William Waldegrave - South Africa: Realism is winning through/Britain's relaxation of certain restrictive measures against apartheid/press cutting - interview with Margaret Thatcher; 30th Anniversary of the Anti Apartheid Movement of the Netherlands - release of a special newspaper for the occasion - (See also: Media-Print); invitation to attend the 5th OATUU Congress, Tripoli; a "welcome home" message addressed to Oliver Tambo.
1991-1992 (23 items)
Correspondents include: The African-American Institute ( Frank E. Ferrari); Anti-Apartheid Movement (UK) British Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa (Director: Ethel de Keyser); First City Bancorporation of Texas; International Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa; South African Council of Churches ( Frank Chikane); SANSCO/ NUSAS; Transkei National Library. Subjects include: need for a Commercial bank owned and managed by the majority of the peoples of South Africa; sponsorship of a South African child by the G.M.B. Trade Union; continuation of The BDAF Council/closure of IDAF; SANSCO's response on hearing that a honourary doctorship be awarded to Oliver Tambo by the University of Durban Westville; message from Oliver Tambo on the role of Focus on Political Repression (and IDAF publication) - (See also: Media); request by The Transkei National Library for Oliver Tambo's speeches; invitation to address the Launching Congress of a non-racial students organisation in South Africa; desire of The African-American Institute to strengthen their work in South and Southern Africa; Oliver Tambo's election as National Chairman of the ANC.
Subseries A15: Media (Correspondence), 1962-1991
Interviews (8 items), 1962, 1985-1989
Correspondents include: ABC News; BBC Television Centre (including the "Wogan" Programme; Channel Four: After Dark; CBS News ( David Lowe); NOVIB ( Dutch Organisation for International Development Co-operation.
Proposals/Suggestions: Documentaries; Television News Programmes (5 items), 1987, 1991
Correspondents include: Beverley Marcus; Edgard Pisani; Dayle E.Powell (Fellow for Conflict Resolution - The Carter Centre of Emery University).
Enclosed copies of interviews with Oliver Tambo/other references to Oliver Tambo in the press (5 items), 1981, 1985-1987
See also: Interview Transcripts. Correspondents include: Monroe Gilmour (article published in The Asheville Citizen); Chandran Nair (article published in New Straits Times); Margaret A. Novicki ( Africa Report).
Frontline: Denis Beckett (8 items), 1985-1986
Requests: Contributing articles by Oliver Tambo on various subjects (3 items), 1986, 1989
Correspondents include: Barricada Internacional (overseas publication of the Sandinista National Liberation Front); Sunday Times, Johannesburg.
Requests: Information/Interviews with Oliver Tambo/ Nelson Mandela (20 items), 1973, 1981, 1984, 1986-1991
Correspondents include: Jeremy Brooks; Joe Davidson ( Wall Street Journal); Earl W. Foell ( Christian Science Monitor); Leadership; Playboy; Scope; Sunday Times of Zambia ( Robinson Makayi); Stanley Uys.
Subseries A16: Publishers/Publications, 1978-1991
General (3 items), undated, 1991
Autobiography/Biography: Ben Turok - Oliver Tambo Speaks (2 items), 1985, 1987
Includes Ben Turok and Adelaide Tambo correspondence.
Autobiography/Biography (General re: Oliver Tambo, 4 items), 1986, 1989
Correspondents include: John Battersby; Antony Harwood ( Aitken and Stone).
Other Publications: (Book of Southern African liberation movement documents; Preparing for Power, 4 items), 1982, 1987
Correspondents: Immanuel Wallerstein; Deidre Mullane
Requests: Permission to include essays/letters in various publications (8 items), 1986, 1988, 1990-1991
Correspondents include: Dr. Lewis Baldwin; Valerie Aubry ( Oxford University Press).
Requests/Responses directed to Oliver Tambo re forwards etc for inclusion in respective publications (11 items - includes 1 photograph), 1986, 1989, 1990
Correspondents: Anthony Heard; Esther Levitan; Diana E.H.Russell.
Requests directed to Oliver Tambo re information for purposes of publication on: Trevor Huddleston; Nelson Mandela; Albert Luthuli (7 items), undated, 1986, 1988-1990
Correspondents include: Mary Benson; Deborah D. Honoré; ( Oxford University Press); William Borman
Interview Transcripts (Published/unpublished form, 12 items), 1978, 1983-1990
Items include:Tambo Denounces Western Intervention, Algiers ( Revolution Africaine)/Original in French, May 1978; Interview for the FRG Daily, Die Neue, October 1978; Republication of original interview between Tony Heard and Oliver Tambo in Cape Times, 1985; Meeting between Comrade Honecker and Oliver Tambo, Berlin, 15 August 1986; Report: Salient points from Oliver Tambo's response to questions raised by Cuban Ambassador to Luanda, 5 March 1989.
Autobiographical Notes made on Audio Cassettes: Transcripts: (9 items), undated
Interview Transcripts with Adelaide Tambo (2 items), undated
Items include: Interview with Ben Turok. 15p. Ts.
The Struggle for South Africa: A Reference Guide to Movements, Organisations and Institutions. Centre of African Studies - Eduardo Mondlane University, Maputo, 1983.
Introduction and Chapter 1: Setting the Scene
Chapter 2: The Capitalist Ruling Class: Major Forces and Economic Organisations.
Chapter 3: Political Organizations of the Ruling Class and its Allies.
Chapter 4: State Structures and Policies
Chapter 5: Organizations of Classes allied to the Capitalist Ruling Class
Chapter 6: Political Organizations of the National Liberation Movement
Chapter 7: Democratic Trade Unions
Chapter 8: Community, Women's, Students' and other Popular Organizations
Chapter 9: The Democratic White Opposition to Apartheid
Chapter 10: Other Political and Miscellaneous Organizations
A History of the ANC - F. Meli, undated
Introduction and Chapter 1: Early Wars of Resistance
Chapter 2: Sources of Inspiration, 1900 - 1912
Chapter 3: The Formation of the ANC
Chapter 4: The ANC and Workers’ Organizations
Fundamental Changes, 1930 - 1949
Chapter 6: Defiance and New Strategies, 1949 - 1960
Armed Resistance and Mass Mobilisation, 1961-1969
Chapter 8: Re-Emergence of the ANC, 1969-1985
Oliver Tambo Speaks by Ben Turok (Manuscript incomplete)
Outline of a book on MK ( 10 Years of Armed Struggle), 1987
Cape of Storms by Anthony Heard (Only Chapter 15, Addressed to Adelaide Tambo), 1990 July 10
Unknown Manuscript (Includes extracts taken from Sechaba), 1970-1971
Speeches and Statements
Includes drafted and completed speeches and statements.
The Present Stage of the Struggle against Apartheid in South Africa, 1968
Miscellaneous draft. (May be related to previous address) 3p. Ms., circa 1968
Apartheid - A Threat to Africa's Survival: Unit on Apartheid, Department of Political & Security Council Affairs, United Nations. 11p. Ts., 1971 May
Statement to the UN Special Committee on the Policies of Apartheid of the Republic of South Africa, Stockholm. 14p. Ts., 1968 June 17
Presidential Address (Morogoro Conference). 17p. Ms., 1969
A Call to Freedom. 5p. Ms., 1971 December 16
Address (London). 12p. Ts., 1972 June 26
Address to the Political Committee of the International Conference in Support of the Victims of Colonialism and Apartheid in Southern Africa, (Oslo). 7p. Ts., 1973 April 11
Message on the Occasion of 20th Anniversary of the Tanganyika African National Union ( TANU), 3p. Ts., circa 1975
Statement to the 9th Extraordinary Session of the Council of Foreign Ministers of the Organisation of African Unity, Dar Es Salaam, 7p. Ts., 1975 April 7 - 10
New Year Message: Master Draft. 4p. Ts., 1978
Draft Statement to the National Conference of Solidarity for the Independence and Sovereignty of the Peoples of Southern Africa Against Colonialism, Racism and Apartheid, ( Reggio Emilia, Italy). 9p. Ts., 1978 November 25
New Year Message on the Occasion of the 67th Anniversary of the ANC. 6p. Ts., 1979 January
Message to the People of South Africa on the occasion of the 68th Anniversary of the ANC. Ts., 1980 January 8
Forward to a People's Government.
South Africa: Imperialist Strategy and the Struggle against Imperialism: Institute of Marxist Studies.
An Interview with Comrade Oliver Tambo - Radio Freedom. 15p. Ts., circa 1980
Statement. 22p. Ts., 1981 January 8
Address to the International Conference on Sanctions against South Africa, Paris. 16p. Ts., 1981 May 21
Statement on the Occasion of the 60th Anniversary of the South African Communist Party. 12p. Ts., 1981 July 30
Statement on the Death Sentence passed on three ANC and MK Militants, Broadcast on Radio Freedom, Luanda. 2p. Ts., 1981 August 20
Statement at the First Conference - Women's Section ANC (SA), Luanda. Ts., 1981 September 10
Statement to the Luanda Afro-Arab Conference. 7p. Ts., 1981 December 6 - 9
Europe and the Solution for Peace in Southern Africa [Draft]. 8p. Ts.
Statement at a Mass Rally, Bairro De Leberdade, Maputo. 16p. Ts., 1982 February 14
Miscellaneous draft - Year of Unity in Action. 7p. Ts., 1982 March 12
Draft speech for OAU Summit. (2 versions). 13p. 10p. Ts., 9p Ms., 1982 November
Statement to the UN General Assembly on the Question of Apartheid, New York. [Draft]. 7p. Ts., 1982 November
Statement at the Special Session of the UN General Assembly summoned to confer UN Awards to Distinguished Representatives of the World Anti-Apartheid Movement. [Draft]. 3p. Ts., 1982 November 5
Statement to the Council on Foreign Relations: The African National Congress, the United States and the future of South Africa. [Draft]. 9p. Ts., 1982 November 8
Message condemning attack against Lesotho by SADF, 1982 December 13
Draft - Answers for Avant-garde Interview
Draft - preparatory notes to use for the OAU Liberation Committee. 13p. Ts., 1983 January 14
Draft Statement to the OAU Liberation Committee: Arusha, Tanzania. 10p. Ts., 1983 February 10
Ibid. 11p. Ts.
Draft Statement at the Summit of the Non-Aligned Movement, New Delhi. 15p. Ts., 1983 March 7 - 11
Speech to the Non-Aligned Summit of Heads of State and Government, New Delhi. 7p. Ts., 1983 March 7 - 11
Opening Speech by Oliver Tambo to The First Conference of the Department of Information and Publicity, Lusaka, 1983 July 5 - 9
Statement of Acceptance by Oliver Tambo, on the Occasion of the Presentation to Nelson Mandela of the Simon Bolivar Prize, Caracas. 16p. Ts., 1983 July 24
Draft Speech re "complex and explosive situation" in Southern Africa (Not delivered). 9p. Ts., circa 1984
Statement of the National Executive Committee, delivered by President Oliver Tambo. 19p. Ts. (Duplicate. See also: NEC - Statements), 1984 January 18
Call to the People of South Africa [Draft]. 3p. Ts., 1984 June 16
Statement of the ANC to the 42nd Session of the OAU Liberation Committee, Arusha, Tanzania. [Draft]. 10p. Ts., 1984 August 27 - September 1
Statement to the OAU Summit Meeting of the Heads of State and Government, Addis Ababa. 8p. Ts., 1984 November 12 - 15
Statement to the Press: Addis Ababa, 1984 November 16
Statement of the National Executive Committee. 20p. Ts. (Duplicate. See also: National Executive Committee - Statements), 1985 January 8
Draft NEC Statement. 17p. Ts., undated
Ibid. 15p. Ts.
Statement (telex): "To the People of Uitenhage"
Address to the 21st Summit of the OAU, Addis Ababa. 7p. Ts., 1985 July 18 - 20
Statement to the 12th World Festival of Youth and Students, Moscow. 1p. Ts., 1985 July
Draft Statement at the Opening of SOMAFCO. 6p. Ts., 1985 August 22
Statement, Chatham House, London. 3p. Ts., 1985 October 29
Address to the ILO Conference. [Draft]. 8p. Ts.
Message of the National Executive Committee, delivered by Comrade Oliver Tambo. 17p. Ts. (Duplicate. See also: National Executive committee - Statements), 1986 January 8
Ibid. [Draft]. 23p. Ts.
Ibid. [Draft]. 21p. Ts.
Statement at the Funeral of the Late Comrade Moses Mbheki Mabhida Maputo. 5p. Ts., 1986 March 29
Address on receiving the degree of Doctor of Laws (Honoris Cause) at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. 8p. Ts., 1986 May 9
Draft Statement: The role of the Youth in the Struggle for Liberation, Democracy and Development, ANC Youth Week. 7p. Ts. (Includes 2 pages of hand-written notes: Tasks of Youth), 1986 June 9 - 16
Address to the 8th Summit of the Non-Aligned Movement, Harare. 8p. Ts., 1986 September 1 - 6
Statement of Acceptance of the Ho Chi Minh Award bestowed on the ANC by the World Peace Council, Luanda. 2p. Ts., 1986 December 15
Statement of the National Executive Committee delivered by President Oliver Tambo on Heroes Day, on the occasion of the 25th Anniversary of the Formation of Umkhonto we Sizwe, the People's Army. 23p. Ts. (Duplicate. See also: NEC - Statements), 1986 December 16
Draft International Appeal on the occasion of the 75th Anniversary of the ANC. Ts. 2p.
A Call to the People of South Africa. 6p. Ts., circa 1987
Statement of the National Executive Committee on the occasion of the 75th Anniversary of the ANC, presented by President Oliver Tambo. 22p. Ts. (Duplicate. See also National Executive Committee - Statements), 1987 January 8
Address at the 75th Anniversary Meeting of the ANC, Lusaka. 5p. Ts., 1987 January 8
Draft - General guidelines of activities for marking the 75th Anniversary of the ANC. 2p. Ts.
Address before the Foreign Policy Association, New York. 30p. Ts., 1987 January 22
May Day Speech, Stockholm. 3p. Ts.
Address: Visit to Australia, 1987 March - April
Address to The West Australian Council of Churches, 1987 March - April
Draft - May Day Speech, Stockholm. 5p. Ms.
Keynote Address - People's National Party ( PNP) Founders Day Banquet, Jamaica. 20p. Ts., 1987 July 4
Address to Joint Session of Parliament, Trinidad and Tobago. 11p. Ts., 1987 July 10
Statement - Venezuela Foreign Minister's Lunch. 4p. Ts., 1987 July 13
Speech delivered on behalf of the Liberation Movements at the Opening Session of the 23rd Summit of the OAU. 3p. Ts., 1987 July 27
Statement to the International Conference on Children, Repression and the Law in Apartheid South Africa, Harare. 7p. Ts., 1987 September 24 - 27
Opening Statement - Special NEC Meeting. 3p. Ms., 1987 October 5 - 8
Statement of the Delegation of the ANC to the Informal Meeting of Delegations. 6p. Ms., 1987 November 4 - 5
Speech on the occasion of the award of an honorary doctorate to Nelson Mandela by the Karl Marx University of the GDR, Leipzig. 6p. Ts. (Includes transcript of Laudation. 8p.), 1987 November 11
Statement at the closing session of the International Conference against Apartheid for a Democratic South Africa, Arusha, Tanzania. 5p. Ts., 1987 December 1 - 4
Statement at the Harare Symposium on the Survival and Development of Children in the Frontline States and Southern Africa. 6p. Ts., 1988 March 1 - 5
Draft Statement for the above Symposium. Ts. and Ms.
Statement at the AWEPAA Conference, Harare, Zimbabwe. 4p. Ts., 1988 March 28
Statement at the 50th Session of the OAU Coordinating Committee for the Liberation of Africa, Harare. 15p. Ts., 1988 May 13
Draft Statement at the 25th Anniversary OAU Summit Meeting of Heads of State and Government, Addis Ababa. 8p. Ts., 1988 May 25
Ibid. 6p. Ts.
Ibid. 6p. Ts.
Ibid. 5p. Ts. and Ms.
Ibid. 4p. Ts.
Statement at the War on Want Conference, London: "Peace and Development in the Frontline States." 7p. Ts., 1988 June 9
Statement at the Launch of the " Nelson Mandela: Freedom at 70" Campaign, Wembley Stadium, London. 2p. Ts., 1988 June 11
Draft Statement at the SADCC Summit Meeting, Maputo. 3p. Ms., 1988 July 15
Address delivered to the 10th General Conference of the United National Independence Party, Zambia. 5p. Ts.
Statement given on behalf of the Southern African Liberation Movements, at the 7th Summit Meeting of the Preferential Trade Area for Eastern and Southern African States, Arusha. 6p. Ts., 1988 December 1 - 2
Ibid. 9p. Ts.
Statement at the 19th African-American Conference, Lusaka. 6p. Ts., 1989 January 12
Statement at the Socialist International Conference on Southern Africa, Harare. 8p. Ts., 1989 February 15
Statement at the Press Conference, Moscow. 3p. Ms., 1989 March 10
Message of the President to the 7th Party Congress of the South African Communist Party. 6p. Ts., 1989 April
Press Statement in response to the five year plan presented to the National Party Conference by President-elect, F. W. de Klerk. Ts., 1989 June 29
Statement at the 25th OAU Assembly of Heads of State and Government, Addis Ababa. 13p. Ts. (Includes handwritten appendix), 1989 July 24 - 26
Statement to the Rally to Welcome the Released Leaders, Johannesburg. 8p. Ts., 1989 October 29
Statement at the SADCC Summit Meeting, Maputo. (Draft), 1989 July 15
Address to a conference organised by Socialist International and its Committee on Southern Africirca [Draft]. 12p. Ts.
Draft Statement on behalf of Oliver Tambo re meeting with Nelson Mandela's and others in Sweden. 3p. Ms.
Message to the Re-launch of the ANC Women's League, Durban. 3p. Ts., 1990 August 9
Draft Statement - Re-launch of the ANC Women's League. 5p. Ts.
Ibid. 2p. Ts.
Ibid. 1p. Ms.
Message to the Re-launching Rally of the ANC Youth League, Johannesburg. 9p. Ts., 1990 October 27
Statement - Lusaka Airport. 2p. Ts., 1990 December 7
Speech to the National Consultative Conference of the ANC, Johannesburg. 7p. (Incomplete). Ts., 1990 December 16
Scheme of the Presidential report to the Conference. 3p. Ts.
The Measure of Your Victory - on the 30th Anniversary of the British Anti-Apartheid Movement. 8p. Ts. (Draft)
Address to participants at the 10th and Final Conference of the International Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa. 10p. Ts.
Message to the Extended PNYC of the ANC Youth League. 6p. Ts.
Acceptance speech on receiving the honourary Doctor of Law Degree, awarded by UWC (Draft). 9p. Ts.
Message to the South African Youth on the Occasion of the 15th Anniversary of June 16th. 3p. Ts.
Statement to the ANC National Conference, Johannesburg. 11p. Ts., 1991 June
Statement to the ANC National Conference, Durban. 12p. Ts., 1991 July
Draft Statement to the Joint Congress to create one united non-racial student organisation. 6p. Ts.
Message of condolences from the President and Commander-in-Chief of the ANC re murders of Albert Xhamfu and Edward Charles (OFS).
Lecture delivered to Youth and Students of Ghana. 8p. Ts.
Message to the People of Ghana. 4p. Ts.
Speech delivered whilst presenting the first "Ruth First Memorial Award to Nobel Laureate, Nadine Gordimar, at the University of the Western Cape. 3p. Ts., 1992 August 17
Miscellaneous: (22 items), Undated
Statement on behalf of the South Africa United Front: Oliver Tambo and Vusumzi L Make
Address by Oliver Tambo on the occasion of the granting of the Freedom of the City of Kweke to Robert Mugabe and Nelson Mandela
Peace and Development in the Frontline States - South Africa's Total Strategy and The Frontline States.
Published in the form of pamphlets, journal articles, etc.
Message published in Sechaba, 1967 January
"A Great Step Forward" - Message published in Sechaba to President Julius Nyerere on the occasion of his announcement of the nationalization of all banks in Tanzania, 1967 March 1967
"Capture the Citadel" - A Broadcast to South Africa on the occasion of the 8th Anniversary of the formation of Umkhonto we Sizwe, 1969 December
Miscellaneous published article re the Afro-Asian People's Organisation, circa 1970s
"Call to Revolution." Apartheid - A Collection of writings on South African Racism by South Africans. edited by Alex La Guma. Laurence and Wishart, 1972
"Southern Africa in Struggle" - Speech delivered at a meeting in London to commemorate June 26, South Africa Freedom Day and to condemn the 600-year alliance between Britain and Portugal, published in Sechaba, 1973
"The ANC and the Pan Africanist Movement" - Extracts from a statement made by the ANC to the 6th Pan African Congress, Dar es Salaam: published in Sechaba, 1974 October
"A Future Free of Exploitation." An address to the First Congress of the MPLA, Luanda, December 1977, published in Sechaba, 1978/2nd quarter
Booklet: The Year of the Charter - Message to the People of South Africa on the occasion of the 68th Anniversary of the ANC, 1980 January 8
Mr. Oliver Tambo of the African National Congress of South Africa Addresses United Nations Special Committee Against Apartheid - New York. Published by the United Nations Centre against Apartheid, 1981 June 11
" O.R. Tambo - The Spirit of June 26." published in Sechaba, 1981 July
Speech published in Sechaba, presented at a meeting of the Women's Section, 1981 December
Statement at the Second National Conference of Solidarity with the Peoples of Southern Africa, Rome, published in Sechaba, 1982 February 26 - 28
Statement - In Combat, ANC Department of Information and Publicity, 1983 April
President's message for 1984 - Sechaba, 1984 January
Clarion Call to all Opponents of Apartheid, Press Conference with Oliver Tambo held under the auspices of the Greater London Council in County Hall. Booklet Published by the ANC, 1984 March 21
Speech published in Sechaba at the Solomon Mahalngu Freedom College, 1984 October
"The Ideology of Racism." Miscellaneous article.
Render South Africa Ungovernable. Message of the National Executive Committee on the occasion of 8 January 1984, delivered by Oliver Tambo. Issued by the ANC. (Duplicate. See also: National Executive Committee - Statements).
"Address to the Nation," Radio Freedom. Issued by the ANC, London, 1985 July 22
ANC Press Statement presented by President Oliver Tambo, Lusaka, 1985 August 16
"Attack, Advance - Give the Enemy no Quarter," Message of the National Executive Committee on the Occasion of 8th January 1986, Delivered by Oliver Tambo. Issued by the ANC, Lusaka. (Duplicate. See Also: National Executive Committee - Statements).
"Support the Sacrifices we are Making," Address to the Royal Commonwealth Society, London, 1986 June 23
Racism, Apartheid and a New World Order, Third World Lecture 1986. Third World Foundation/Monograph 15.
Statement of the National Executive Committee (NEC) on the occasion of the 75th Anniversary of the ANC. Presented by Oliver Tambo. Published in the form of a pamphlet/brochure: 8 January 1987 - ANC calls for advance to People's Power. (Duplicate. See also: National Executive Committee - Statements), 1987 January 8
Booklet published by the ANC on the occasion of the 75th Anniversary of the organisation. (Includes statements by Oliver Tambo)
United Action for People's Power. Message to the People of South Africa from the National Executive Committee on the occasion of 8 January 1987. Issued by the ANC. (Duplicate. See also: National Executive Committee - Statements)
Olaf Palme Memorial Lecture on Disarmament and Development. Edited by Cora Weiss. Riverside Church, 1987 January 21
"Here, No Surrenders." PNP Founder's Day Banquet (see main body of speeches and statements/1987 for transcript of keynote address contained in this publication), 1987 July 4
Radio Freedom, Addis Ababa, Text of Programme entitled - "Away with the Rule of Martial Law." (Includes excerpt by Oliver Tambo), 1987 June 11
South Africa at the Crossroads, Canon Collins Memorial Lecture. Published by the British Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa (1988), 1987 May 28
South Africa at the Crossroads: Speeches delivered in May 1987 to Business International, The Canon Collins Memorial Lecture and to the World Council of Churches. Issued by the ANC, Lusaka.
Speech delivered at PNP Founder's Day Banquet - July 4, 1987. Miscellaneous publication.
"Strategies Options for International Companies," The Black Scholar, 1987 December
Forward to Mass Action for People's Power! Statement of the National Executive Committee on the occasion of the 77th Anniversary of the ANC. Presented by Oliver Tambo. (Duplicate. See also: National Executive Committee - Statements), 1989
Mass Action for People's Power! (Published on a different format. See also: NEC - Statements)
Pamphlet: Message to the re-launch of the ANC Women’s League, Durban, 1990 August 9
Struggle for Liberation in South Africa and Responsibility of the United Nations: Addresses, 1963-1982 collected and edited by E. S. Reddy
Footage of Oliver Tambo recuperating after his stroke in Sweden
National Press Club - Guest: Oliver Tambo
Various Interviews - Australian Television, 1987
Nelson Mandela - Freedom at Seventy. An Indian Tribute: World Youth Action against Apartheid. (Doordarshan Delhi Presentation.)/Prometheus Bound - Nelson Mandela. (Devised and Produced by S. Raghava Chari, Delhi Doordarshan Production)
Nelson Mandela 70th Birthday Tribute ( Elephant House Productions, 1988 June 11
Nelson Mandela Tribute, Wembley Concert - Part 2 ( IDAF), 1990
Nelson Mandela's visit to Lusaka
Footage of funeral tribute: Velani V. Tula [ Winnie Mandela and "Mandela Team" present]
Interview for BBC TV News with Winnie Mandela on the Stompie Mokhetsi affair [Duplicate]
Footage of Winnie Mandela speaking at a graduation ceremony (clergy), Pietersburg, 1988
Network - SABC - " Winnie Mandela Controversy", 1989 February 23
Kader Asmal: Saturday Live Presented by Kader Asmal, 1988 January 30
Johnny Makatini, Funeral
E. J. Mabuza (Chief Minister of Kangwane): Interview with E. J. Mabuza on Network ( SABC). Interviewer: Nigel Murphy
Andrew Molotsansy Footage of Andrew Molotsansy in New Zealand (Includes footage of marches opposing a rugby tour by South Africa)
David Webster, Funeral/Tribute (Duplicate)
African National Congress, Women's Section
Second ANC Women's National Conference, Luanda, Angola
ANC Video Training Project, " SOMAFCO Art Workshops"/"Youth for Liberation", 1987 April
SOMAFCO 10th Anniversary
Tape 58: Public Meeting/Song/ Oliver Tambo's Speech/Songs/K.K. Speech/Minute to remember dead
Tape 59: Kaunda continued. Press Conference ( Afravision)
Documentaries and other Miscellaneous Items
15 Anni Di Solidarieta' Italiana Con I Popoli Dell'Africa Australe (a cura di G Soncini - Reggio Emilia) [Includes footage of Oliver Tambo]
"The Africa Prize for Leadership," Announcement News Conference, Lusaka, Zambia, and UN Headquarters in New York, 1988 July 21
Changing this Country: The testimony of four South African workers (58 minute documentary produced and edited by Peter Entell for the International Labour Office)
Amakomansi: 1921 - 1986/SACP ( Inkululeko Film Productions)
The Anvil and the Hammer. Director - Barry Feinberg ( IDAF, 1988)
Fight Mabhida Fight. Director: Mario Borgneth (Kanemo Producao e Comunicacao)
The Cry of Reason ( Beyers Naudé ) [Worldwide Documentary] (Includes preview cassette)
In Remembrance of Martin ( Martin Luther King, Jr. Centre for Nonviolent Social Change, Inc.)
ABC News Nightline, Reports from South Africa, 1985
Zuid Afrika op weg naar morgen ( VARA televisie, 2 hours) [Includes interviews with Oliver Tambo; Beyers Naudé and Alan Boesak), 1986 September 5
Dispatches (Television Actuality Programme, Channel Four), "Apartheid's Assassins," 1990 April 5
BUWA! ( South African United Artists)
Hiroshima and Nagasaki - The Harvest of Nuclear War (English Version)
Documentary of the life of Solomon T. Plaatje/Funeral of Victoria Mxenge
Cassette No 6 (Tapes 11 and 12): The School/St. John's Kraal
Cassette No 8 (Tapes 15 and 16): I fall among thieves and a horse is lost/A castle-in-the-air collapses into (Ex VI)/A 2nd Castle-in-the-air collapses into (Ex VI No.2)/The 3rd stands firm on the ground/at last the Ngele mountain range is conquered
Cassette 9 (Tapes 17 and 18) Student at St. Peter's Secondary School, Rosettenville
Cassette 10 (Tapes 17 and 20): More on June Holidays, 1934/Black and White - First Impression/A Heart-Rending Telegramme/Bizana revisited, 1935/Mrs. Elaine Melville/Another Heart-rending telegram/Problem of school fees/hopes for Lovedale Scholarship are dashed/St. Peter's J C Exams rock South Africa
Cassette 14 (Tapes 26 and 27): Fort Hare Continued
26 June 1969, Lusaka: (6 items)
Chairman's Opening Address
June 26 Choir - Vukani Mawethu; ZAPU Representative (T.G.)
ZAPU Representative (T.G.) continued
Frelimo Representative (Koufa); SWAPO Representative
SWAPO Representative (continued)
MPLA Representative (Alphonso); June 26 Choir - Hambe Kahle; HEPR (Nkolosa)
HEPR (Nkolosa) continued
Honourable Minister - P Matoka; ANC Acting President - Oliver Tambo
ANC Acting President - Oliver Tambo (cont.)
1. ANC Acting President - Oliver Tambo (cont.)
June 26 choir - Give a thought to Africa and Tiyende Pamosi; Chairman’s closing remarks; National Anthem
Radio Broadcast (7.10am): Address at June 26 meeting ( Evelyn Hone College of further studies)
MK Graduation Ceremony, Introduction - Oliver Tambo; Presentation - Joe Modise; March Past and Songs, 1977 November 28
Speech given by Oliver Tambo at a graduation ceremony of cadres and combatants of Umkhonto we Sizwe, ( Angola?), 1977 November 28
Side 1: Oliver Tambo on the Closure of the Second Course, 1979 August 6
Side 2: Speech to President of the MPLA, preceded by choir
New Year Message 1979 January 8
Mazimbu - Dakawa Message: Year of the Cadre
Side 1: Introduction to a gathering honouring the ANC by the Prime Minister of Madagascar (Includes history of struggle for liberation/Malagas Revolution)
Side 2: Introduction continued/ ANC Speaker: Oliver Tambo
President Oliver Tambo's speech - AKFM Head Quarters, Tananarive, Madagascar, 1980 March 19
Karl Renner Institute Address, Austria (2 cassettes), 1980 November 20
a) Speaker - Oliver Tambo
b) Questions (poor recording)
Speech by President Samora Machel (with Interpreter) and President Oliver Tambo, Mass Rally, Maputo, 1982 February 14
Olaf Palme Memorial Lecture on Disarmament and Development, 1987 January 21
Tape 1: Sechaba; William Sloane Coffin; Joe Martenson; Cheryl Partham; Dr Allan Boesak; Cora Weiss; Anders Ferm
Tape 2: Clamm Dole; William Sloane Coffin; Oliver Tambo; Anthem
Oliver Tambo: Call to the People, 1988 May 6
The Africa Fund Reception honouring Oliver Tambo at Roosevelt House, NYC
Message to the SACP Congress, 1989 April
Oliver Tambo’s address to OAU Summit, (duplicate) [Broadcast: Radio Freedom], 1989 July 25
Department of Information and Publicity: Speaker - Oliver Tambo, undated
Peking, 1983 May - June
Interview with Oliver Tambo, Tanama?
(Tape 2), (Also included: Extract of speech made at AKFM Rally), 1985
Press Conference, Addis Ababa 1988 May 28
Brief Statement and Questions: Press Conference, Moscow, 1989 March
Recorded Questions for possible response by President Tambo on the occasion of the OAU meeting, Addis Ababa, 1984
Notes made by Oliver Tambo on Principles of Organisation
Back Exercises/Breathing and Relaxation Techniques
Canon John Collins Memorial Service, St. Paul’s Cathedral, 1983 February 23
Norma and David Kitson: Telephone conversations with various individuals including Oliver Tambo
Interview with Johnny Makhatini re negotiations/sanctions
Vigil/tribute to Johnny Makhatini
Operation Push Saturday Forum - Guest: Neo Mnumzana - ANC; Speaker: Donald Parsons. Rev. Jesse Jackson (2 cassettes: a - Part 1; b - Part 11), 1986 November 29
Interview: Beyers Naudé ; with V. Simpson. VOA, ( Voices of Africa), 1985 May 14
Interview: Nkadimeng [Part 3], 1989 July 14
Interview with King Sabata on the occasion of his 57th Birthday (2 cassettes), 1985 November 25
Nthabi Simelane's account of the attempts of a white South African, Jeff to "recruit" her
Radio Broadcasts (11 items)
(News Items mainly recorded from Radio SA),
Items include: Interviews with South African politicians; Namibian Elections; Sanctions; Imperialist Strategy; Gatsha Buthelezi’s New Year Message (Zulu); National Party Speeches.
My Country - Right or Wrong. BBC Production on the British Secret Service (2 cassettes)
South Africa - Evolution or Revolution. BBC Production
File on 4, 1986 May 6
Music Collection and other miscellaneous items (51 items)
Items include: Le Français sans peine - 2 cassettes; taking your own blood pressure; Amandla Ensemble; Freedom Songs; Msasani Lutheran Church Choir; Jazz ( Dollar Brand/ Charles Mingus, etc.); Soweto Teachers Choir; James Philip with Amsterdam Choir; MK Choir
Photograhs/Posters/Awards/Momentos and Other Miscellaneous Items
Welcome Home Comrade President
Portrait of Oliver Tambo. Colours: Black, Green and Gold. Offset litho.
O.R. Tambo - We salute you
Portrait of Oliver Tambo. Colours: Black, Green and Gold. Offset litho.
O.R. Tambo - Freedom Fighter, Commander, People’s Leader.
3 photographs - Oliver Tambo addressing cadres. Colours: Black and Yellow. Offset litho. Issued by ANCDepartment of Information and Publicity, Johannesburg.
Awards/Momentos and other miscellaneous items
Items include: medallions (various); certificates (various); badges and other miscellaneous items such as a comb in shape of a plane (made out of scrap metal taken from American planes shot down over Vietnam).
Series B: Office of the President, 1962-1992
ANC Correspondence addressed directly to/from Oliver Tambo
1962-1969 (11 items)
Subjects include attendance of a Conference in Addis Ababa, February 1962; threatened deportations from Botswana to South Africa.
1971/1972 (10 items)
Correspondents include Fred Dube. Subjects include NEC Meeting scheduled for June 1971; Report by Fred Dube on Black Americans/South Africans/Members of the ANC/Georges Paper/Scholarships; activities of Mxolisi.
Subjects include Khartoum Symposium on Afro-Arab Liberation Movements; Liberation Committee: ANC/ PAC Unity Question; M. G. Buthelezi.
1977 (12 items)
Correspondents include Maxwell M. Mlonyeni (Publicity Unit); Eric Singh. Subjects include discussions between the Publicity Unit and the Chama Cha Mapinduzi ( CCM) Youth Wing, University of Dar-es-Salaam Branch re ANC publicity; 3 300 medals of Chief Lutuli; request from ANC students in Cuba for literature.
1982-1984 (5 items)
1985 (5 items)
Correspondents include Wolfie Kadesh; Luthuli Detachment Wankie Committee; Phylis Naidoo. Subjects include publication of Oliver Tambo's speeches; 13 August (1967), A Monumental Landmark - Wankie Campaign.
1986 (26 items)
Correspondents include Z. Pallo Jordan; Lindiwe Mabuza; Zarina Maharaj; Eric Singh. Subjects include invitation extended to Oliver Tambo to be the main speaker at the UN Institute for Namibia's 7th Graduation Ceremony; Towards the Reconstruction of South Africa by Albie Sachs; results of Z. Pallo Jordan's interview with Yugoslav Embassy; claims of "fraudulent" activities of a certain Moosajee; request for Oliver Tambo to use his influence to release two detainees: Augustine Bhekizazi and Rev. Patrick Simangaliso Mkhatshwa; application for marriage; invitation by the City Council of Sydney; poetry series focusing on the death of Olaf Palme; visit of the Swedish Foreign Minister/Rev. Jesse Jackson; conference of the Women's Section of the ANC: message; reaction to the decision taken at the Harare Summit/fate of Theresa Ramashamola; Statement on the Internecine Fighting at KTC.
1987 (4 items)
Subjects include Polisario’s victory; resignation of Godfrey Pule ( Godfrey Moshoeu) from the ANC/granted asylum in Sweden; Dakar meeting: an assessment.
1988 (9 items)
Correspondents include Nathaniel M. Masemola; Alfred Nzo. Subjects include premises for the Luthuli Services.
1989 (19 items)
Correspondents include ANC Students Union ( Bulgaria); Fred Dube; Solly Simelane; Jack Simons; Ann Marie Wolpe. Subjects include congratulations sent to Walter Sisulu in Polls Moor Prison on his 77th Birthday by Oliver Tambo and Alfred Nzo; relevant parts of De Klerk's statement on ANC.
1990 (19 items)
Correspondents include Kader Asmal; Abby Chikane (Chief Representative: Namibia); Wayne Fredericks; Frene Ginwala; H. Makgothi (Assistant Secretary General); Ngoako Ramatlhodi. Subjects include questions re need for the Political Research Unit/Political Committee (Office of the President); National Union of Mineworkers ( NUM) student delegates; SANSCO ( South African National Students Congress) Campaign re the renaming of the E. C. Mango College, Kangwane in honour of Oliver Tambo; death of Francis Meli; suggestions on the part of Frene Ginwala for two of Oliver Tambo's speeches: educational issues - South African university degrees (includes a statement to WUS/ UNESCO Seminar - Paris on Academic Freedom).
1991 January - March (9 items)
Correspondents include Lawson Naidoo. Correspondence with Nelson and Winnie Mandela. Subjects include message of support extended to Winnie Mandela; meeting (Jubilee Centre, London) to discuss a draft Constitution for a post-apartheid South Africa; message of condolences on the assassination of Bheki Mlangeni/ Bachana Matthews Mokoena and Alfred Mokoena/ Jabulani Nobleman Nxumalo; education crisis; division of South African artistic community; invitation extended to Oliver Tambo and/or Nelson Mandela to open ANC National Conference.
1991 April - June, 1992 (17 items)
Correspondents include Denis Goldberg; Titus Maleka (Umkhonto we Sizwe - PWV Region); Ngoako Ramatlhodi. Correspondence with Winnie Mandela. Subjects include concern on the part of family members re political prisoners - Antonio du Preez/ Derrick McBride/ Gordon Webster; Isithwalandwe Awards; Denis Goldberg's observations on problems faced by the ANC; impassioned appeal urging Oliver Tambo not to step down from his role as President in the forthcoming ANC elections; message of sympathy delivered on the conviction and sentence of Winnie Mandela; problems experienced by Umkhontho we Sizwe in the PWV Region; Statement: Appeal to Hunger Strikers from Comrade Nelson R. Mandela; holding of a meeting between the ANC and the Afrikaner Volksunie.
Undated Correspondence (12 items)
Correspondents include: Kadar Asmal; Wolfie Kadesh; Albie Sachs.
Mail Book, 1987 February - 1989 May
Lists of outgoing mail from the Presidents Office.
ANC - General
Correspondence (56 items), undated, 1971-1991
Correspondents include Brutus, Dennis; Choabi, Seretse; Joseph, Helen; Kodesh, Wolfie; Mbeki, Govan; Mbeki, Thabo.
Mfenyana, S. (Administrative Secretary, 10 items), 1977 November - December, 1984
Masondo, C. (Presidential Secretary, 15 items), 1986-1990
Makgothi, H. G. (Presidential Secretary, 3 items), 1977 October - November
Mongalo, A. (Deputy Secretary for Presidential Affairs, 46 items), 1986-1990
Correspondence re Visas (13 items), 1986-1990
Items include draft Memorandum on a proposed programme of non-violent and unifying resistance to apartheid after the Sabotage Act; Memorandum of the ANC to the UN Special Committee on Colonialism; Memorandum of the Delegation of the ANC to the Central Committee of the Rumanian Communist Party, Bucharest; Memorandum to the leadership of ANC from the Department of National Intelligence and Security (17 items).
Items include Points from Mswai’s report on the 10th Anniversary Celebrations of the Founding of the AAPSO, Cairo, 28-29 December 1967; Report re the signing of a pact of solidarity between the ANC and the city of Reggio Emilia ( ANC delegates led by Oliver Tambo arrive in Rome for the occasion, 1977); ANC Programme of Action for 1978; Some important features of the situation in South Africa, 3 December 1979. (32 items)
Items include Declaration of the Panel at the International Hearing on South African Aggression against Oslo, 22-24 March 1984; Report of the ANC delegation to the "International Symposium on 'Education for Liberation,'" Bremen, April 1984; Meeting with Neil Kinnock; Report of the Mission of the ANC to the Far East and Australia, Headed by Nelson Mandela, 1990 October 13 November 8 (31 items).
Items include "Causes of Refugee Problem in Africa," Mark William Shope (20 items).
Intelligence Reports (21 items), undated, 1977, 1983-1988, 1992
Intelligence/Miscellaneous (11 items)
Items include Curriculum Vitae; Correspondence
General Papers/Speeches (21 items), undated, 1969-1989
Items include Address by T. T. Nkobi, Chief Representative, Lusaka Office on the occasion of Angolan Youth Day dedicated to the memory of MPLA Commander-in-Chief, Hoji I. A. Hender, 18 April 1970; Paper submitted by the ANC to the International Symposium in Warsaw on the Charter of Peaceful Coexistence, International Security and Cooperation, 28-29 September 1974.
1968-1970 (9 items)
Items include Statement to the XIV Ordinary Council of Foreign Ministers, The Aggressive and Expansionist Foreign Policy of the White Minority Regime of South Africa, 4 March 1969; Draft Statement re March 21, 1970, Day of Elimination of Racial Discrimination in South Africa; Statement made on the Occasion of Mozambique Revolution Day, 1970.
1971-1972 (17 items)
Items include New Year Message, 8 January 1971; Statement on the Relationship between the ANC and MK, 1971; Statement of the ANC to the UNO Ad Hoc Committee on Decolonisation at a meeting, Dar es Salaam, 15 May 1971; Message from the ANC on Africa Freedom Day, 25 May 1971; Statement of the ANC on the occasion of the 12th Anniversary of the Sharpeville Massacre, 21 May 1960; June 26, 1972 - Message by the ANC to the Black People of South Africa.
1973-1974, 1977, 1979 (13 items)
Items include Statement made by the ANC delegation to the 6th Pan African Congress, Dar Es Salaam, 19-27 June 1974; Statement of the ANC on the Independence of Mozambique; Message of the ANC to the 1st Congress of the MPLA, Luanda, December 1977; Statement on the death of Dumalisile Nokwe.
1980-1989 (26 items)
Items include Statement on the occasion of the International Day of Solidarity with South African Political Prisoners; The ANC condemns the escalating repression of the Democratic forces in South Africa, 12 February 1982; Statement of the ANC to the 2nd World Conference to combat racism and racial discrimination, delivered by T. T. Nkobi, Treasurer-General of the ANC, Geneva, 1-12 August 1983; Joint Statement of the ANC and the PFP, 1985; Joint Communiqué of the meeting of the ANC and the National Union of South African Students ( NUSAS), 1986; Joint Communiqué of the ANC and the Southern African Catholic Bishops Conference, Lusaka, 16 April 1986.
1990 (23 items)
Items include PAC and ANC Media Statement, 17 January 1990.
1991, 1993(18 items)
Undated Statements (13 items)
Miscellaneous Papers/Articles, etc.
Organisations/Individuals (19 items), 1974, 1983-1991
Items include the ANC after Nkomati, Tom Lodge ( SAIRR Topical Opinion); Proposed article for New York Times, A. H. Bloom, 21 July 1986; "Africa’s Liberation: An Unfinished Task," Professor Chimere Ikoku (Vice-Chancellor, University of Nigeria); Speech on the occasion of the 78th Anniversary of the founding of the ANC, Niilo Taapopi, SWAPO; Chieftainship in a period of transition in South Africa, Nathaniel M. Masemola, 1990.
Organisations/Individuals (14 items), unidated
Items include Education as a Human Right in South Africa, Sibusiso Bengu; Human Rights in Africa - The Freedom Charter, Martin Mabiletsa; Concerning the significance of the Freedom Charter for the future of South Africa, Wolfgang Lienemann.
Miscellaneous (21 items)
Miscellaneous Writings/Notes (10 Items)
Miscellaneous Poetry (6 Items)
Miscellaneous Short Story (Draft)
Address/Mailing Lists (undated, 22 Items)
Funding (2 items), 1986, 1989
Documents of the National Fundraising Workshop, SOMAFCO, Tanzania, 1986 March 14 - 20; Norwegian People’s Aid, New Office Building - Dar es Salaam (Includes Elemental Cost Estimate and Plans).
Information Bulletin (4 items), 1971, 1974
2 March 1971; 14 March 1971; 1 October 1971; 15 June 1974
Miscellaneous Early Publications
New Age, 26 April 1956; How May Day Began
Fighting Talk, 1962 September
South Africa Freedom News, 1962 August 18
Underground Leaflets/Booklets (12 items), 1975
Pamphlets, Leaflets and Bulletins (23 Items)
Includes list of banned ANC, PAC, BCM, etc. publications in South Africa, 1 September 1982; Mandela Speaks; Message to Western Europe from ANC of South Africa; Ebrahim Ismail Ebrahim; Apartheid Destabilisation - Pretoria’s Strategy in Southern Africa; Bantustans and forced removals - Apartheid’s Policy of Genocide.
Booklets (6 items)
Items include South Africa’s coming back - Children, 1979; Unity in Action - A History of the ANC, 1912-1982; Selected Writings on - The Freedom Charter (A Sechaba Commemorative Publication); Peoples of the World support the ANC - Messages received by the ANC on the occasion of 8 January 1987, 75th Anniversary of its foundation; Repression - Torture and Death - South Africa.
Lutuli Speaks (Statement and Addresses), Published by the Solidarity Committee of the GDR in cooperation with UN Centre Against Apartheid on the occasion of 70th Anniversary of ANC, 8 January 1982; Transnational Corporations Involvement in South Africa’s Electronic Industry, Max Sisulu, Amsterdam.
Items include Statistical Graphs according to population grouping (3 items)--1) Population Density - Killed and Wounded by Police/Reported TB Cases/Proportion of Doctors, 2) Number of Students - Primary, Secondary and University Levels/Degrees awarded University Students doing Arts, 3) Economically Active Population; Income Levels; Social Pensions etc.; Industrial Accidents; Industrial Disputes; Free South Africa’s Political Prisoners, Illustrates process involved in producing logos/labels/letterheads, etc.(7 items).
Provisional Headquarters, Morogoro, Tanzania
Correspondence (35 items), 1966, 1969-1973
Correspondents include: T. T. Nkobi; Alfred Nzo; Oliver Tambo.
1969-1972 (16 items)
Items include 60th ANC and 10th Umkhonto we Sizwe Anniversaries.
1973 (8 items)
Items include Short Brief - Political Prisoners; Report of the 12th Executive Committee Meeting of the Afro-Asian Peoples' Solidarity Organisation, Aden. Attended by Joe Nhlanhla and Sindiso Mfenyana; Report submitted by Alex La Guma on the preparatory meeting for the World Congress of Peace Forces, Moscow; A Brief on the invitation to the British Trade Union Council by the South African Trade Union Council.
Report/Minutes (2 items), 1969
Items include the Quaker Conference, Montreaux.
Finance (6 items), 1970-1971, 1976
Includes outlines of expenditure.
Special Committee, Lilanda
Minutes and Reports, 1969, 1970 August - 1971 March
National Executive Committee (NEC)
Correspondence (sent by the NEC and the NECWC, 13 items), 1973-1991
Correspondence (addressed to the NEC and the NECWC, 14 items), 1973-1989
Correspondents include Embassy of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea; F. J. Makitini; MOJA ( Movement for Justice in Africa); Alfred Nzo; Reg September; Terre des Hommes ( Edmond Kaiser).
Agendas and Notices (12 items), undated, 1971, 1986, 1991
Reports and Minutes (generated by NEC, 18 items), 1970-1991
Reports (submitted to NEC, 4 items), 1971-1984, 1985-1986
Includes Report for the Extended NEC Meeting, May 1974 ( Reg September); Report submitted by the Publicity and Information Section; Legal Analysis of Nkomati Agreement - Kader Asmal, 1984; The New Face of Counter-Revolution: A briefing paper - Z. Pallo Jordan, 1985; Recommendations to NEC on establishment of the Department of Economics and Planning Report on Women’s Day Meeting at Kaunda Square, 9 August 1989 ( Ronnie Kasrils) [Copy of the Presidents].
1975-1980 (5 items)
Declaration - Morogoro, 17-20 March 1975; Message to all the units of the ANC on the current situation, 14 September 1976; Statement of the NEC Broadcast by Radio Freedom on the occasion of the 67th Anniversary of the Foundation of the ANC, January 8, 1979; Statement of the NEC on the victory of the Patriotic Forces in Zimbabwe.
1981-1985 (12 items)
The Struggle for a democratic South Africa forges ahead, 1981; Statement on the occasion of the 20th Anniversary of Umkhonto we Sizwe, 16 December 1981; Statement on the occasion of the 70th Anniversary of the ANC, 8 January 1982; Radio Freedom broadcast of the Secretary-General to the People of South Africa on the occasion of June 26, 1982; Statement on the occasion of the 71st Anniversary of the ANC, 8 January 1983; Statement on the occasion of 8 January 1984, delivered by President Oliver Tambo, 8 January 1984; Statement following a meeting to consider the current situation in Southern Africa, 16 March 1984; Ibid. (Draft) and statement sent in the form of a telex; Message of the NEC on the occasion of 8 January 1985, delivered by President Oliver Tambo; ANC, Call to the Nation: The future is in our grasp!, 25 April 1985; Statement on the eve of the hanging of Comrade Benjamin Moloise (telex).
1986-1989 (7 items)
Message on the Occasion of 8 January 1986, delivered by President Oliver Tambo. 17p. Ts.; ANC, "Call to the Nation: From Ungovernability to People’s Power." 7p. Ts.; Statement delivered by Comrade President Oliver Tambo on Heroes Day, December 16, 1986 on the occasion of the 25 Anniversary of the formation of Umkhonto we Sizwe, the People’s Army. 22p. Ts.; Statement of the NEC on the Occasion of the 75th Anniversary of the ANC, presented by Oliver Tambo, 8 January 1987. 21p. Ts.; Statement of the NEC on the Occasion of the 76th Anniversary of the ANC, presented by President Oliver Tambo, January 8, 1988. 19p. Ts.; Statement of the NEC on the Campaign for Peace among the People in Natal. Issued by the Department of Information and Publicity, 10 May 1989. (Telex); Press Release - NEC Communiqué (1989) (Telex); Press Statement released by the NEC, Lusaka, 18 February 1989, 3p. Ts.
1990-1991 (15 items)
Statement of the NEC on the occasion of the 78th Anniversary of ANC, January 8, 1990; Statement of the extended meeting of the NEC. January 21, 1990. (Telex to Chief Representatives, ANC Missions); Statement of the NEC, Lusaka, February 16, 1990; Press Statement of the NEC, 2 March 1990; Statement of the NEC on recent developments within South Africa, 30 March 1990; Statement, April 10, 1990; Statement of the NEC on the emancipation of women in South Africa, May 2, 1990; Statement, July 25, 1990; Draft statement of the NEC on the occasion of the 79th Anniversary of the ANC, January 8, 1991; Introductory statement of the President of the ANC, Oliver Tambo on the Presentation of the Statement of the NEC, January 8, 1991; Statement of the NEC on the occasion of the 79th Anniversary of the ANC, delivered by the Deputy President, Nelson Mandela, 8 January 1991; Statement, February 2, 1991; Press Statement of the extended NEC Meeting, 18 May 1991; Statement of the NEC on the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the ANC, January 8, 1992; Statement of the NEC on the campaign for peace among the people in Natal.
Published Statements (14 items), 1985-1990
"The hour has come." Statement issued in January 1963 appearing in Liberator ( USA), April 1963; "Render South Africa Ungovernable." Statement issued on 8 January 1985, delivered by President Oliver Tambo. Published by the ANC, London; Attack, Advance, Give the enemy no quarter! Message issued on 8 January 1986, delivered by President Oliver Tambo, Published by the ANC, Zambia; 8 January 1987 - ANC calls for Advance to People’s Power. Published by the ANC, Zambia; Statement of the NEC on the Question of Negotiations, October 9, 1987; The illegitimacy of the Apartheid Regime, the Right to Struggle against it and the Status of the ANC (Arusha Conference); United Action for People’s Power. Message to the People of South Africa form the NEC on the Occasion of 8 January 1988. Published by the ANC, Zambia; Forward to Mass Action for People’s Power! Statement of the NEC on the occasion of the 77th Anniversary of the ANC, Presented by President Oliver Tambo, January 8, 1989; Mass Action for People’s Power! (Duplicate of the above - published on a different format, Published by the ANC, Zambia; Communiqué of the NEC, Lusaka, 27 June 1989; Freedom, Democracy and Peace! Statement of the NEC on the occasion of the 78th anniversary of the ANC - 8 January 1990, Published by the ANC, Zambia; Statement of the extended meeting of the NEC, Lusaka, 21 January 1990, Published by the ANC, Zambia; Press statement of the NEC on recent developments within South Africa, Lusaka, 30 March 1990; Statement of the NEC on the emancipation of women in South Africa, 2 May 1990.
Miscellaneous (5 items)
Includes an invitation issued on the part of the NEC to the presentation ceremony of the Isitwalandwe/Seaparankoe Award (conferred upon Govan Mbeki and the late Bishop Ambrose Reeves).
National Working Committee (NWC)
Correspondence (10 items), 1988-1989
Includes Notice of Meetings.
Agenda and Minutes (6 items), undated, 1986, 1988-1989
Items include National Working Committee Sub-Committee, Report on Administration in Zambia; Enclosed report of the Department of Arts and Culture; Report of a Commission of Inquiry set up in November 1989 by the National Working committee of the NEC to investigate the circumstances leading to the death of Mzwakhe Ngwenya (also known as Thami Zulu or TZ).
External Coordinating Committee (ECC)
Correspondence/Memoranda (4 items), 1986-1988
Correspondents include James Stuart (Secretary)
Office of the President
Department of Information and Publicity (DIP)
Director-- Alfred Kgikong
Correspondence (9 items), 1968-1969
Director-- Thabo Mbeki
Correspondence (38 items), undated, 1978-1986
Includes correspondence from Oliver Tambo to Thabo Mbeki.
Secretary-- Sizakele Sigxashe
Correspondence (37 items), undated, 1978-1982
Paper presented to a NEC meeting re preparations for the task of national reconstruction and development, June 1977; Report on Working Visit to Tananarive, March 1983.
Personal--Doctor's Note, 1978 July 14
Administrative Secretary and Treasurer-- Joseph Louw
Correspondence (3 items), 978-1980
Correspondence (Internal, 11 items), 1973-1984
Correspondence (External, 6 items), undated, 1979-1988
Memoranda/Minutes (12 items), 1979-1983
Requisitions (55 items), 1978-1979
Reports (DIP, 12 items), undated, 1972-1986
Includes handwritten item, Oliver Tambo.
Papers (DIP, 8 items)
Reports (External organisations/bodies, 15 items)
Press Releases (Reports)/Publications (External) (11 items)
Statements/Press Releases (DIP, 25 items), undated, 1978-1991
Message (1 item), 1980
Message received on the occasion of the 25th Anniversary of the adoption of the Freedom Charter at the Congress of the People, 26 June 1980.
Publications (DIP, 8 items)
Miscellaneous (11 items)
Includes outlines of Information and Publicity Departmental Structures.
Miscellaneous (14 items).
Correspondence (1 item), 1982
Draft Proposal for a news agency, Govin Reddy
Internal Propaganda Committee
Radios ( Radio Freedom)
Correspondence (16 items), 1973-1982, 1986, 1989
Includes correspondence with Oliver Tambo.
Memo on Radio Communication Facilities, 1977 December 16; Memorandum for radio facilities in Addis-Ababa, 1979 August 20.
Radio Commentary/Scripts (12 items), 1969-1989
Miscellaneous (5 items)
Includes "Radio Freedom" Stickers; requisition for Radio Freedom; Radio Peking English Language Transmissions; Zambia Broadcasting Service: External Services.
Time Table, 1983
Minutes and Memoranda (5 items), undated, 1980
Dawn (monthly journal of Umkhonto We Sizwe),
Correspondence (1 item), 1984
Excerpts (2 items), 1979, 1981
Correspondence (3 items), 1978, 1984, 1985
Other Correspondence (2 items), 1978
External Propaganda Committee
Correspondence, Minutes and Report (4 items), 1973-1989
Correspondence and Proposals (9 items), 1978-1984
Correspondence (3 items), 1979-1982
Reports and Proposals (7 items), undated, 1979-1985
Research-- Pallo Jordan
Correspondence (27 items), 1978-1991
Memoranda (3 items), 1985, 1989
Reports (7 items)
Requisition (1 item)
Equipment Requisition from NEC, 1977.
News Briefings-- Gill Marcus
Correspondence (3 items), 1978, 1986, 1989
Includes correspondence with Oliver Tambo re booklet commemorating late Johnny Makatini.
News Briefings Committee
Correspondence (4 items), 1979-1991
Weekly News Bulletin Summary, 1979 March 25 - April 30
Correspondence (2 items), undated, 1980
Acquisitions (24 items), 1979-1980
Miscellaneous (2 items)
NAT (31 items)
Correspondence ( Jacob Zuma)
Formation Processing Unit Annual Report, 1983-1984
Urgent NAT Report to NWC
Aspects of Enemy counter guerrilla tactics
US contingency plans in Botswana to contain and dictate a future democratic government in SA
Information re Enos Mabuza’s visit to Lusaka to meet the ANC (includes correspondence), 1986
Affidavits: residents of Moteti Village, Dennilton, 1986
Militarization of North Eastern and Western Transvaal
Armed Struggle deep inside South Africa intensifies
PMC (10 items)
Office of the Secretary General
Correspondence (Generated by Office of the Secretary General - Internal, 35 items), 1969-1990
Correspondents include Alfred Nzo (correspondence between Alfred Nzo and Oliver Tambo).
Correspondence (Addressed to the Office of the Secretary General - Internal, 39 items), 1969-1990
Correspondence (Generated by and addressed to the Office of the Secretary General - External, 32 items), 1962 - 1975 August
Correspondents include Action for Development; Arab Socialist Union; Baath Arab Socialist Union; Milan Democrats; National Christian Council of Kenya; New Zealand National Anti-Apartheid Committee; Organisation of African Unity; Tanzania (Dept of Foreign Affairs); United Nations; World Congress of Peace Forces; World Health Organisation. Correspondence with Algeria ( Organisation Nationale des Moudjahidine); Anti-Apartheid Movement ( UK); Pakistan (Ambassador); Zaire (Ambassador); United Nations (Secretary General); Vietnam Afro-Asian Solidarity Committee; Yugoslavia (Embassy).
Correspondence (Addressed to and generated by the Office of the Secretary General, 31 items), 1975 September - 1990
Correspondents include Afro-Asian Peoples' Solidarity Organisation; French Communist Party; Italian Socialist Party; National Christian Council of Kenya; National Council of Trade Unions ( NACTU/ South Africa); Swedish Social Democratic Party ( Bernt Carlsson); UNESCO; World Congress of Peace Forces; World Peace Council. Correspondence with Fantuzzi, Giolio (Mayor of Reggio Emilia); Madagascar (Minister of Foreign Affairs); Margaret Thatcher; United National Independence Party ( UNIP/ Zambia).
Reports (19 items)
On the Portuguese Coup d’etat. 4p. Ms.
The OAU and the Liberation Struggle. 6p. Ts.
Report on Solidarity Work: J Jele, 1973 November 12
A Brief Report of the Activities. 38p. Ts., 1917 September - 1974 April
Draft Report of the Sub-Committee for the Release of Political Prisoners. 8p. Ts.
Speeches/Statements of the Secretary General, Alfred Nzo (11 items), 1968, 1968-1975, 1978
1968 - 1981
Statement delivered on behalf of the India Office of the ANC to the 71st Session of the Indian Congress, Hyderabad, 3p. Ts., 1968
Greetings to the Government and People of the Soviet Union on the occasion of the 52nd Anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution, 2p. Ts., 1969
Message delivered on the occasion of South African Freedom Day, 1974 June 26 June
Hands off Angola, 1975
A Statement of the ANC delivered by Alfred Nzo at a Conference of the Continuation Committee of the Lisbon International Conference in Support of the Peoples of Southern Africa, London, 1979 March 21 - 23
How and why a small ANC clique decided to make a public emergence at this time and state in the development of our situation, 1978
1982-1984 (19 items)
Press Statement by Comrade Alfred Nzo to the Youth of South Africa on the occasion of the 6th Anniversary of the June 16th Soweto Uprising. 3p. Ts.
Statement re Week of Solidarity with the Colonial Peoples of Southern Africa. 3p. Ts.
Statement to the Canadian Conference in Solidarity with the Liberation Struggles of the Peoples of Southern Africa, Ottawa. 10p. Ts. 1982 May 7 - 9
Statement at the Scientific Seminar to mark the centenary of the birth of Georgi Dimitrov, Sofia. 5p. Ts., 1982 June 15 - 17
Radio Freedom Broadcast of the Secretary-General to the People of South Africa. 7p. Ts., 1982 June 26
Statement at the Seminar on Karl Marx. 7p. Ts., 1983 April 11 - 16
A Call for Urgent Action. Statement by Secretary General Nzo. 2p., 1984 May 5
Undated Speeches/Statements (7 items)
Miscellaneous (10 items), 1982-1990
Programmes; lists; notices, etc.
Department of Arts and Culture
Barbara Masekela - Administrative Secretary
1982-1985 (69 items)
1986 (22 items)
1987-1989 (26 items)
Correspondence (18 items) 1982-1990
Correspondents include Fitzgerald, Patrick (Assistant Secretary for International Cultural Affairs/Administrative Secretary); Khosa, Rufus (Assistant Secretary for Projects); Maluleka, Jubilee Lizwe (Amandla Liaison Officer); Mokwena, Bachana (Amandla Administrator).
1969, 1982-1986 (13 items)
Items include Report on the 1st Pan African Cultural Festival; Amandla Cultural Ensemble Reports; state of the Department of Arts and Culture.
1987-1988 (12 items)
Items include proposal for Amandla Cultural Ensemble to live and study in Cuba for one year; CASA - Culture in Another South Africa Reports.
1989 (9 items)
Items include Cultural Boycott Seminar; ANC In-House Seminar on Culture and Sport; draft paper on Albie Sachs - Preparing ourselves for freedom.
DAC Newsletter, No. 1
Culture News, No. 2 (1990)
Rixaka: Cultural Journal of the ANC, 1989-1990
Information Bulletin - International Conference against Apartheid Sport, 1987 November
Alex Arts Centre News, 1986 December
Draft speech for Cultural Boycott Workshop organised by Irish AAA
Statement of the NICC on the Cultural Boycott
Joint Communiqué from the ANC/Afrikaans Writers Conference, 1989
Lists: Members of Amandla Cultural Ensemble/Proposal - conference of journalists
Pamphlet: Amandla Zimbabwe Tour, 1988
Press Cutting, " ANC leader criticizes Simon on Graceland"
Department of Economics
Head of Department-- Max Sisulu
1987-1990 (12 items)
undated, 1979-1987 (10 items)
1988, 1990 (6 items)
Proceedings of the ANC In-House Seminar on Social Welfare which took place in Lusaka on 28-30 July 1988; Neither Japan nor South Korea, but a New South Africa. A Critique of Peter Berger: Z. Pallo Jordan; Draft Economic Policy Document; Discussion Document on Economic Policy.
Press Statement (1 item), 1990
Press Statement on the consultative Workshop organised by the ANC's Department of Economics and Planning, COSATU and The Economic Trends Group on the theme: South Africa - Towards a Post-Apartheid Economy.
1981, 1985 (3 items)
1986, 1987 March (2 items)
1987 April -1990 (5 items)
Undated (5 items)
South African Economic Research and Training Project (SAERT)
Correspondence (4 items), 1985-1987, 1989
Pamphlet (advertising the workshop)
Outline of Sessions and Papers
Report of Workshop, 1987 March
SAERT Summary Progress Report, prepared by S. Matlhape and S. Choabi
Research and Training for Economic Planning in Post-Apartheid South Africa, 1986 May
Memorandum addressed to Oliver Tambo re SAERT (Matlhape Project)
Department of Education
Secretary for Education-- H. G. Makgothi
Correspondence (24 items), 1982-1988
Secretary for Education-- M. S. Choabi
Correspondence/Memoranda/Reports (20 items), 1982-1990
Speeches/Statements (4 items), undated, 1989
Administrative Secretary-- M. Tikly
Correspondence (15 items), 1988-1989
Correspondence (8 items), 1977-1990
Miscellaneous (3 items)
Includes: correspondence generated by The Southern African Advanced Education Project ( Ann Yates) re: Public Service Training - Induction Programme for High Level Posts; List of Participants: Seminar on Education and Culture for Liberation in Southern Africa; ANC Department of Education - Newsletter (October 1992).
undated, 1980 - April 1988 + undated items (12 items)
1988 June - 1990 (7 items)
Education Courses and Scholarships
Correspondence (32 items), 1968-1989
Minutes/Reports (2 items), 1986
Lists: Students applying for Scholarships (7 items), 1968-1969
Miscellaneous (5 items)
Includes application forms; miscellaneous lists of courses and other requirements.
Information Booklets, Institutions offering Scholarships (4 items)
3rd - 5th National Educational Council Meetings
Reports/Minutes (4 items), 1980-1983
6th National Educational Council Meeting
Reports in published and unpublished form, 1986
7th National Educational Council Meeting
Preparatory Memoranda (4 items), 1988
Solomon Mahlangu Freedom College ( SOMAFCO)
M. W. Njobe - Principal
Correspondence (5 items), 1979-1980
T. K. Maseko - Principal
Correspondence (4 items), 1982
Mohammed Tikly - Director
Correspondence (15 items), 1983-1986
Correspondence (15 items), 1981-1989
Items include citation from the SOMAFCO Nursery School to Oliver Tambo following his visit to the community; request addressed to Oliver Tambo to look after Sasa Zikalala on the part of Fieke Vermeulen and Willem Van Harderwijk (Mazimbu).
Proposals on ANC (SA) School Project
Memorandum to the Government of Italy concerning cooperation with the exiled community in Dakawa and Mazimbu ( Tanzania) and in other Front Line States through the executing NGO's
UN Development Programme - Preparatory Education Assistance to the ANC
Reports/Memoranda (13 items), 1978-1982
Items include water supply scheme; principal’s interim report; pregnancies amongst students; inquiry into a motor accident involving students at Mazimbu.
Reports/Memoranda (17 items), 1983-1990
Items include School Year Reports; visit to Italy of a SOMAFCO Delegation to Italy; G. V. Reddy’s report on his psychiatric work/observations at Mazimbu/Dakawa; analysis of examination results.
Somafco Magazine (3 items)
Miscellaneous (9 items)
Items include: Speeches/Notices; Programmes; Textbooks/Educational Aids
Official opening of SOMAFCO: Progress Report Special Edition (including the ANC Development Centre - Dakawa)
Dakawa Vocational Training Centre
M. W. Njobe - Principal
Correspondence (10 items), 1985-1989
Miscellaneous Correspondence (4 items), 1982, 1988, 1989
1984 (3 items)
Items include Royal Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs on behalf of ANC (SA): Dakawa Development Centre, Tanzania (Volumes 1-3)
Reports (7 items), 1985-1989
Miscellaneous (6 items)
Items include Memoranda/Speech/Outline of Vocational Training Programme/Handbook on course outlines.
Mazimbu Works Committee
Correspondence (1 item), 1983
Works Committee Information Bulletin, No. 22, 31 (10 items), 1983-1984
Hlanganani: Mazimbu Workers Monthly Bulletin, No. 32, 41-57 (9 items), 1984-1985
Mazimbu/Dakawa News and Views, 1984-1989
Department of Health
Correspondence (9 items), 1982-1991
Items include appeal in the case of Phakiso Make; resignations - Pren Naicker/ Regina Nzo.
Reports/Papers/Memoranda (5 items), undated, 1969, 1990
Items include Seminar Report - "Towards comprehensive intervention strategies for the prevention and control of AIDS/HIV infection" (1990); discussion document for ANC branches towards developing a health policy; "Malaria and You" by Regina Nzo.
Other Organisations/Individuals (includes - CHISA, Committee for Health in Southern Africa)
Correspondence/Reports (4 items), 1986-1990
Items include Declaration on Health in Southern Africa. Maputo, April 15 1990.
Department of International Affairs
Acting Head-- S. Molifi
Correspondence (32 items), 1983-1987
Correspondence (33 items), 1970-1991
Reports (10 items), 1978, 1981-1986
Statements (7 items), 1982-1988
Statements/Other (1 item), 1989
High Commissioner of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana.
Miscellaneous (8 items)
ANC External Missions
Algeria Report (1 item), 1990
Angola (10 items), 1985-1990
Correspondence--New Year compliments/relaying of a message from Flt-Lt Jerry Rawlings to Oliver Tambo on the occasion of the 77th Anniversary of the ANC.
Asia (2 items), undated, 1985
List; Correspondence--informing Oliver Tambo the Jawaharlal Nehru University wishes to confer the degree of Doctor of Laws Honoris Causa on him.
Australasia/Pacific (28 items), 1983-1989
Report of the Australasian and Pacific Mission: Sydney, 1989 November
Briefing Notes. Visit to the ANC of the Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs, Hon. Gareth Evans QC MP.
Prime Ministerial Statement on South Africa. House of Representatives, 1986 August 21
South Africa: Actions taken by the Australian Government, 1983-1988
Address by the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Senator Gareth Evans, to the ANC Regional Conference Against Apartheid For A Democratic South Africa, Sydney, 1989 September 15
Australian ANC Support Committee Annual Report (includes pamphlet), 1989
Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade News Release
SAPSAN ( Special Assistance Program to South Africans and Namibians) Annual Report, 1987-1988
SAPSAN Annual Report, 1988-1989
APHEDA supported ANC Projects, 1986-1989
SA - New Zealand Government Position (statements)
Sticker--Act Now! Against Apartheid
Regional Conference Against Apartheid for a Democratic South Africa, Sydney, 1989 September 15-17
Botswana (2 items), 1984
Brussels (5 items), 1990
Outline of the functioning of the Brussels ANC Mission (first 6 months of 1990), 1990
Visit of Comrade Nelson Mandela to the European Parliament and the European Economic Commission, 1990 June 12 - 14
Canada (13 items), 1970-1991
Correspondence--Manitoba Anti-Apartheid Coalition for Majority Rule in Southern Africa
Canadian Labour Congress Report: presented by Steve September (Winnipeg Unit)
Reports/Correspondence (4 items), undated, 1988
Reports by the ANC Representative ( Raymond Nkuku) in Cuba to Oliver Tambo.
Financial Report ( Stanley Manana)
Denmark (1 item), 1988
East Africa (See also Kenya Mission)
Correspondence (20 items), 1971-1989
Reports (6 items), 1965, 1981, 1986, 1989
Afro-Asian Economic Seminar, 1965 February
Temeke Incident (Memorandum/Statements), 1981
Meeting of the Chief Representative East Africa with Ambassador of Guinea Conakry
Brief Report on ANC Work in East Africa, 1988 November
Chief Representative’s Report ( Tanzania)
Miscellaneous (3 items)
Telegram to Winnie Dadoo/Coded Message
Egypt (3 items), 1975, 1988-1989
Ethiopia (1 item), 1985
India (1 item), 1971
Italy (4 items), 1972, 1982, 1989
Report-- Thami Sindelo, 1988 October 10
Reports/Correspondence (12 items), 1973, 1979, 1982
Message sent by Didier Ratsiraka, President of the Democratic Republic of Madagascar to Dr. Kurt Waldheim, Secretary General of the UN, 1979 March
A plot against Ratsiraka: correspondent - Bolofo Rasoarahoma, 1982
Items relating to an incident in which members of the ANC Radio Unit were detained and consequently repatriated to Tanzania, 1982
Visits to Seychelles
Diplomatic Cards (3 items)
Pretoria Connection, 1981 December 21 - 1982 January 3
Report on visit to the Republic of Seychelles, 1982 January 29 - February 5
Press Cuttings--relating to South African mercenary attack, 1981 November
Mozambique (5 items), 1984-1987
Reports on developments, 1984 September, 1985 January, 1986 July - August
Memorandum on the situation in Mozambique after the death of President Machel
Namibia (4 items), 1991
Netherlands (Amsterdam Office, 2 items), 1989
Nigeria (5 items), 1985-1989
Sweden (Nordic Countries, 8 items), 1982, 1988-1989
United Kingdom and Ireland
1962-1978 (46 items)
Correspondents include Mendi Msimang; Reg September.
1985, 1989-1991 (25 items)
Includes memoranda; Correspondents include Mendi Msimang (Chief Representative)
1989 January - July (9 items)
Memorandum on Sechaba: Some Thoughts on its Aims and Needs.
Book proposal on Robert McBride.
Draft Introduction by Brain Wrobel to the Report to the British Parliamentary Human Rights Group including the three responses by the ANC, the South African regime and Inkatha.
ANC/ IRA Allegations.
EEC and Sanctions.
1989 August (10 items)
Lausanne Colloquium ("The Mixed Economy of a Democratic South Africa"): Paper presented by Professor Lawrence Harris.
The Mandela Football Club.
Political Prisoners’ Committee Report.
1989 November - December (17 items)
Meeting between WUS ( UK) and this Mission.
Sechaba (A Festival of Cultural Resistance to Apartheid), Glasgow.
Allegations of torture by SWAPO.
Third World Prize Award for 1989.
Swiss Labour Assistance to ANC.
1990 January (11 items)
Southern African Coalition.
The Nelson Mandela National Reception Committee - Britain.
Notes of Meeting with Hungarian Ambassador and our office.
Memorandum on meeting at Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
1990 February - April (9 items)
A TOAISEAGH (Prime Minister) Charles Haughey invitation to Comrade Nelson Mandela.
Projected visit to the United Kingdom by the Deputy President, Comrade Nelson Mandela.
Press Statements (2 items), 1989, 1991
ANC Catalogue (clothing; posters; accessories and other ANC paraphernalia)
Regional Preparatory Committee (RPC)
Union of Soviet Socialist Republic ( USSR)
Correspondence (5 items), 1988-1990
Includes a New Year’s message to Oliver Tambo.
United States of America ( USA)
Correspondence (15 items), 1973, 1983, 1988-1991
Includes correspondence between Dumi Matabane and Oliver Tambo).
Report/Memorandum (1 item), 1988
State of Organisation
undated, 1966-1969 (19 items)
Correspondents include T. T. Nkobi (Chief Representative).
1970 (15 items)
Correspondents include: T. T. Nkobi (Chief Representative).
1971 (45 items)
Correspondents include: T. T. Nkobi (Chief Representative)
1972 (52 items)
Correspondents include: T. T. Nkobi (Chief Representative).
1973-1976, 1978 (15 items)
Correspondents include: T. T. Nkobi (Chief Representative).
1988-1990, 1993 (14 items)
Reports/Minutes/Memoranda (17 items), undated, 1969-1974
Miscellaneous (13 items)
Includes Finances;Lists of Personnel stationed in Zambia; Applications for visas, etc.
Special Committee, Lilanda, Zambia
Correspondence (4 items), undated, 1972, 1988
1970 (12 items)
1971-1972 (14 items)
1973 (11 items)
Correspondence (9 items), 1985, 1988-1990
Consultative Meeting of Chief Representatives, Mazimbu, 1987 August 11 - 13
Reports (3 items)
Report: Commission on International Mobilisation.
Report: Commission on Sanctions.
Report: Commission on the Exclusive Recognition of the ANC.
Department of Legal and Constitutional Affairs
Correspondence (including internal memoranda)
Chairperson-- Zola Skweyiya
1986 January - June (15 items)
1986 July - D1987 December (4 items)
1988-1991 (29 items)
Includes correspondence with Oliver Tambo.
Secretary-- Z. N. Jobodwana
1986, 1988 (10 items)
Including Brigitte Mabandla; P M Maduna; Ted Pekane
undated, 1985-1990 (40 items)
Includes correspondence with Oliver Tambo.
Legal Documents (10 items)
Includes Memorandum and Articles of Association of The Mandela Foundation of Australia Ltd.; Affidavit; Deed of Trust - Institute of Broadcast Journalism; Last Will and Testament of a donor; Marriage Certificate (includes correspondence re applications to marry).
undated, 1985 (12 items)
Includes Report of Commission on National Structures, Constitutional Guidelines and Codes of Conduct adopted at the 2nd National Consultative Conference of the ANC - June 1985.
1986 (14 items)
Includes Report by DLCA on their meeting with Advocate Louis Skweyiya and Attorney Kwenza Mlaba in Harare on 18 May 1986; ANC Political Prisoners in Botswana; Report on the meeting between DLCA and Yunus Mohamed in Lusaka; Report on the meeting of Commonwealth Law Ministers held in Harare; DCLA - IDAF Meeting, London; Departmental Report; ILO Briefing Schedule; Consultation in preparation for the meeting with Law Professors from White South Africa.
1987-1989 (18 items)
Meeting with a Leader of the Democratic Lawyers Congress ( Mathole Motshekga); The Uprooted People Conference; Memorandum on Commission on Crimes of Apartheid; Report on the meeting with Professor Antonio Alberto Neto; Family Disputes, Child Abuse and Adoptions.
Papers (ANC?) (4 items)
Apartheid. A negation of human rights: Paper delivered at a conference held in Yaounde, Cameroon (1985) to mobilise the international community against violation of human rights in Africa; The legality of the use of force by national liberation movements; Legal status of South African regime and other aspects of anti-apartheid struggle; The normalising of South African society: The role of a National Convention.
Kadar Asmal (5 items)
See also: Constitutional Committee - Publications in conjunction with UWC.
The Charter of the United Nations, International Treaties and International Law Norms for the Liquidation of Racism and Apartheid: Meeting of Jurists at Baku, Azerbaijan, 1978
Study of Electoral Systems, 1986
Memorandum on certain aspects of the comprehensive Anti-Apartheid Act of 1986 passed by the US Congress in October 1986, 1986
Developing a Human Rights Culture: National Association of Democratic Lawyers, 1990
Decentralisation of a Unitary State: Conference on Constitutional Issues for a Free South Africa ( UNISA)
Albie Sachs (1 item)
See also: Special Topics - Bill of Rights.
Towards the Reconstruction of South Africa. The Relationship between self-determination, national liberation, democracy and civil rights: draft of a paper to presented to the UN Conference on Law and Apartheid, Lagos, 1984
Declaration/Press Statement (2 items), 1980, 1986
Declaration from the ANC addressed to the International Committee of the Red Cross (includes statement by O. R. Tambo on the occasion of the making of a Declaration of adherence to the Geneva Convention).
Press Statement: consultation between members of the Legal and Constitutional Affairs Department and Lawyers from South Africa.
Correspondence-- Jack Simons (4 items), 1986
1985-1988 (14 items)
1990-1991 (13 items)
Publications (in conjunction with the Community Law Centre, University of the Western Cape (4 items)
Electoral Systems - A Discussion Document, 1990 November
Electoral Systems - A Critical Survey: Kadar Asmal (See also: DLCA - Papers [Individuals]
ANC Draft Bill of Rights
Constitutional structures-- Arthur Chaskalson
Draft Constitution for South Africa. 106p. Ts., 1990 September 21
Miscellaneous (3 items)
Items include Broederbond - Constitutional Conditions for the future; draft document on the constitution; constitutional principles for a democratic South Africa.
1984-1986 (3 items)
Legal obligations of states with respect to Apartheid: Jeanne M. Woods (Seminar - UN Centre against Apartheid).
Nationalisation, Socialisation and the Freedom Charter: Robert Davies ( Ruth First Memorial Lecture).
Why the incorporation of Moutse into Kwandebele should be rejected: memorandum compiled by John Dugard, Nicholas Haysom and Dolly Mokgatle, legal advisors to the Moutse Community.
undated, 1986-1992 (6 items)
Statement by Gay J. McDougall: UN Special Political Committee Hearing on Apartheid, 1986
Judicial Review in a future democratic South Africa, Patrick Mzolisi Mtshaulana (doctoral thesis)
Memorandum prepared at the request of Mr. Bill Frankel re areas of concern which have troubled lawyers in South Africa.
Statements/Press Releases (5 items), 1985-1989
Items include Law Commission Report.
Bill of Rights (8 items)
Commentary on the draft Bill of Rights prepared by the South African Law Commission headed by Justice P. J. J. Olivier.
Law Commission Report.
Toward a Bill of Rights in a Democratic South Africa, Albie Sachs (See also: DLCA -Papers/Individuals).
Conference on South Africa and Rule Under Law - Ronald Dworkin
Correspondence/Reports (3 items)
Criminal and Civil Code of the People of South Africa. Ts.
Legal Affairs - USA (3 items)
Items include the New York Times Company against City of New York Commission on Human Rights and American Committee on Africa, African Heritage Studies Association, One Hundred Black Men, Inc., William H. Booth; Comprehensive Anti-apartheid Act of 1986.
Prisoner of War Status (2 items)
Assessment of the claim for POW Status in terms of Geneva Protocol I of 1977 (GP) L. Mxolisi Edward Petane.
Memorandum on the 1977 Geneva Protocol I additional to the Geneva Conventions of 1949, and relating to the protection of victims of international armed conflicts.
Lists--Lawyers/Papers/Comment (5 items)
Observation of the Trial of the State vs Ramaligela and Mangaga, Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, 1983
Briefing Paper on the United Democratic Front Treason Trial (State v. Maswlal Ramgobin and 15 others), Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, 1985 August
The Human Personality and Human Society are Social Constructs, The individual has limited responsibility for his actions - Report prepared in extenuation for McBride and Apelgren, Fatima Meer.
Various Trials, 1976-1977
Evidence submitted in the Pietermaritzburg Trial by Dr. L. J. West, 1977
Correspondence/Notes/Affidavit (8 items)
State vs Harry Gwala and 9 others (4 files), 1977
Documents (collated by the Sangoni Partnership) re to the matter between Buyele Kilwya Danlindyebo, Beatrice Nomoscow Danlindyebo and Chief Bambilanga Albert Nxeko Mtirara, Station Commander, Umtata, Gwiliza’s Funeral Parlours
Charge Sheet - Prosecution of
Patrick Vos Mazibuko.
Moroa Partick Barry Pule.
Nhlanhla Jeffrey Madonsela , 1987
Correspondence/Affidavits/Memorandum/Applicant’s Heads of Argument, 1987
Department of Manpower Development (4 items), 1988, 1989
Department of Political Education
Correspondence (3 items), 1988, 1990
Reports/Memoranda (3 items), 1985-1986, 1988
Papers/Briefings (5 items), 1988-1989
Clough, Michael "Southern Africa - Challenges and Choices"
Department of Religious Affairs
Correspondence (2 items), 1988-1989
Correspondent: F. F. Gqiba (Rev.)/ ANC Chaplain.
Report on International Visits.
Publications (3 items)
Phakamani - Quarterly magazine of the ANC, Department of Religious Affairs, 1988
Newsletter, 1989 November, 1990 February
Miscellaneous (1 item)
Correspondence (89 items), 1971-1990
Includes correspondence with Oliver Tambo.
Reports (10 items) undated, 1971-1990
ANC Women’s Secretariat Report (submitted to NEC), 1970-1971
Information on mission to the Federal Republic of Cameroon and the People's Republic of Congo Brazzaville, Report to the ANC Women's Secretariat by M. Resha, 1971 August 6
Apartheid Crimes against African Women in South Africa, Issued by ANC, Scandinavian Mission, 1975 May 30
Statements (9 items), undated, 1975-1990
Statements/Other Organisations (3 items)
Message of greeting to the All-Africa Women’s Conference Seminar - Dar Es Salaam, Adelaide Tambo
VOW ( Voice of Women, 32 items), 1978-1989
Women and Children under Apartheid (Newsletter),Issue No.2, 1986 April - May
Miscellaneous Pamphlets/Stickers (5 items)
Includes ANC Women’s League and Other Organisations ( World Federation of Trade Unions).
Miscellaneous (9 items)
Items include National Workshop Programme, 11 August 1990; Poems; questions on the South African Women’s Day Celebrations; invitations.
South African Women’s Day (11 items), 1975 August 9
Notice/Speeches/Resolutions/Messages of Support
Women, Children and the Family in a future Constitutional Order, Lusaka, 1989 December 8 - 12
Correspondence (16 items), 1971, 1973, 1986-1991
Items include detailed reports of protest action on the part of the ANC Youth League (1991); correspondence with Oliver Tambo.
Memoranda/Appeals (4 items), undated, 1969, 1986, 1988
Memoranda (3 items), undated, 1989
Reports (13 items), 1967-1990
Items include "The evermounting revolt in the face of fascist military terror"; proposed constitution for a Youth and Students' Movement; report on the International Youth Seminar on "Lenin and the Contemporary World"; report on World Youth Assembly; report of the Regional Youth Committee - USA; summary of discussions held in March 1989 between the ANC Youth Section, the Stellenbosch University Students Delegation, Representative of IDASA and journalist Hennie Serfontein; ANC Students Union ( Ghana) Report.
Statements (5 items), 1988, 1990-1991
See also: Correspondence - 1991.
Forward - Official Organ of the ANC (5 items), 1981-1984
Fighting Talk - Regional Youth Bulletin, 1978 August, 1986 June - July
Pamphlet - The Heroic Rebirth of the ANC Youth League, 1990 October 27
Correspondence (6 items), 1960, 1970, 1972-1974
Correspondents include International Union of Students; World Assembly of Youth ( WAY); World Federation of Democratic Youth.
Statements/Declarations (5 items), 1973, 1975, 1987, 1990
Items include General declaration and Resolution of the 1st Pan-African Youth Festival; "We reject dialogue with the racists," All Africa Students Union; New Delhi Declaration on the elimination of apartheid, International Youth Conference; South African Youth Congress.
Regional Political Committees (3 items), 1978, 1985, 1990
Correspondence from Yusuf Dadoo re role of London RC Committee, 1978 April 8
Memorandum from the RPC, Lusaka re Regiona Disciplinary Committee, 1985 January 30
Memorandum generated by the London RPC ( Lawson Naidoo) re General Meeting, 1990 August 16
Research on Education in South Africa
"Strategies on Education and Training in South Africa, 1960 - 1987: The role of Corporate Capital," 1987 December
"Bantu Education as a Reformist Strategy of the South African State"
Political Research Discussion Group
Monitoring Research Group, Research Section/ RPMC UK. Briefings, 1988 May
Research Section RPMC UK. Participation Debate, 1988 June
ANC Occasional Research Papers
"Foreign African Labour in South Africa," 1978 April
"The Role of Transnational Corporations, Foreign Investments and the National Bourgeoisie in South Africa, Patrick Magapatona, 1981
"Socialist Transformation and the Freedom Charter," Z. Pallo Jordan, 1983
"The African Petty Bourgeoisie: A Case study of NAFCOC - 1964 - '84," Z. Pallo Jordan
"Agriculture in South Africa," Jacob Chiloane 1984 March
Office of the Treasurer General
T. T. Nkobi
Correspondence (11 items), 1988-1990
Correspondence (7 items), 1986, 1988-1990
Correspondents includes M. Tikly; Correspondence drafted by Oliver Tambo to Ismail Coovadia, Regional Treasurer, 31 January 1986.
Statement (1 item), 1983
Statement of the Treasurer-General at the Memorial Service held in honour of Canon John Collins, London. 3p. Ts., 1983 February
Correspondence/Proposals-- CUSO ( Canadian University Service Overseas), 1978-1979
Correspondence re ANC President’s Tour of Canada
CUSO Liberation Support Plan (1978/9): Presented by Projects Officers, Lusaka/Amended by CUSO ECSA RM
Correspondence (3 items), 1988-1989
Miscellaneous (4 items)
ncludes: Receipts, Lists, etc.
ANC - Miscellaneous Topics
Organisations/Projects associated with the ANC
Minutes, 1986 July 24, August 5
Included is a copy of a letter addressed to the Chairman of the Commonwealth mini-summit/sent by Alfred Nzo.
Luthuli Memorial Foundation
1970-1972 (18 items)
Correspondents include Picton V. Mbatha; M. B. Yengwa.
1973-1974, 1985 (18 items)
Correspondents include Picton V. Mbatha.
Reports/Minutes/Memoranda (19 items), 1970-1974, 1985, 1988-1989
News Sheet, 1972 July - August
List of Staff members ( LMF and other departments)
Curriculum Vitae - P. V. T. Mbatha
Establishment/Launch of the Foundation
Statements/Addresses/Resolutions (4 items)
Statement by M. B. Yengwa (Director).
Address by the Director of the Political Department of the OAU on the occasion of the inauguration of the Foundation.
Proposals--Sponsors/Trustees/Members of the Advisory Council
Deeds of Trust/Foundation Guidelines (5 items)
Luthuli Memorial Trust
Correspondence (14 items), 1990-1991
Items include correspondence between Nathaniel M. Masemola and Oliver Tambo.
Luthuli Cultural and Welfare Services
Correspondence (1 item), 1990
Correspondent N. M. Masemola.
Director’s Report: Meeting of the Management Council - 1990 February 28
Africa and Freedom: Text of the Nobel Lecture delivered by Chief Albert J. Luthuli, Oslo University, 1961 December 11
National Film Trust of Southern Africa ( NAFTSA)
Correspondence with Oliver Tambo (Donor/Founder) [Includes announcement on the establishment of NAFTSA].
Post Apartheid South Africa ( PASA) (5 items)
Correspondence/Memoranda (3 items), 1989
Items include United States Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, Staff Investigation of Human Rights Abuses of Black South African Exiles by the "Liberation Movements"; The Arrest of Sipho Mbeja and Others.
Correspondence (1 item), 1986 October 7
Memorandum sent by the 75th Anniversary Committee to Chief Representatives.
Items include Layout of messages booklet; Programme; List--Regional Choir Membership.
Discussion Document/Press Statement (2 items).
Lists (9 items)
Application Forms to leave Lusaka (17 items)
Lists "Wankie on Action"
Questionnaire/ Zambian Government, Corresponding report-- ANC
Groote Schuur Minute (2 items)
National Consultative Conferences
Correspondence/Memorandum (2 items)
National Preparatory Committee
Reports/Documents (8 items)
Memoranda (2 items)
Conference Package, including Standing Rules; Draft Programme; Draft discussion documents
Speeches and Resolutions (5 items)
1991 July 2
Correspondence/Lists (23 items)
Documents (17 items)
Includes Statement of the President of the ANC, Oliver Tambo; Opening and closing statements/addresses of the Deputy President, Nelson Mandela; Resolutions.
Memoranda/Reports (10 items)
Items include Responses to ANC Discussion Paper on the issue of Negotiations from UK Region'; Notes on the meeting between Mr Hendrik van der Merwe and the Chief Representative (and M. Netsianda) on 30 August 1989; Notes of the Meeting between the Chief Representative (and M Netsianda) and Mildred Nevile, Coordinator, Southern Africa Coalition on 11 August 1989; Notes on meeting between Mr. Patrick Fairweather, Under-Secretary of State ( Africa) in Foreign and Commonwealth Office (and Tim Dowse) and the Chief Representative, Comrade Mendi Msimang, (and M. Netsianda) on 31 August 1989; Notes on the meeting on 15 August 1989 between Foreign and Commonwealth Office ( Tim Dowse and Jeffrey Berg) and the African National Congress Chief Representative and Mamatho Netsianda); Notes on meeting between Jimmy Kolker (First Secretary US Embassy London) and Bill Lucas (First Secretary US Embassy Pretoria) and the Chief Representative (and M. Netsianda) on 30 August 1989; Notes on the Meeting between Mr. Andrew Pearce and the Chief Representative, comrade Mendi Msimang (and M. Netsianda) on 30 August 1989.
Miscellaneous Reports/Papers (4 items)
Items include Dr. Sibusiso Bengu’s response to the ANC Discussion Paper on the Issue of Negotiations.
Press Statement/Extracts from the Submission of the ANC to the Meeting between the ANC and the Government, Tuynhuis, 1990 October 8
Update on the Transition Process: Paper III - The Pretoria Minute and Working Group Report ( Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights under Law), 1990 August 6
Working Group re suspension of armed action
Briefing Notes on the Working Group Agreement entered into between the ANC and the Government, 1991 February 12
Working Group re release of ANC Prisoners, etc.
Correspondence/Reports/Press Statements (7 items)
Items include Reports of the Working Group under Paragraph 2 and 3 of the Pretoria Minute; Political Imprisonment in South Africa: Joint Publication of the Human Rights Commission and IDAF.
Correspondence/Memoranda/Reports (7 items), 1988-1990
Items include Correspondence re Body of Profession Public Administrators (within the ANC); Provisional Body of Public Administrators: Planning Seminar, 1988; Report re ANC/ SIDA Seminar on Administrative Development Programme, 8 - 19 May 1989; ANC Administrative Study, May 1989.
Refugees (South African)
Memorandum Re SACC visit to Mazimbu, Dakawa and Refugee Camps in Botswana and Tanzania, 1989 October 6
Protocol between ANC and the Office of the United Nations High commissioner for refugees ( UNCHR) relating to the repatriation of South African Refugees (Master Copy?)
Pamphlet-- South African Refugees - Tanzania
Smear Campaigns (9 items)
Strategy and Tactics
Reports/Papers (6 items)
Items include Suggested Tactics and Strategy in the Mobilisation and Organisation of Africans for the Revolution; Reflections on the political strategy of the South African Revolution.
Publications (2 items)
Forward to Freedom - strategy, tactics and programme of the ANC: Published by the ANC, Morogoro, Tanzania
Advance to National Democracy - Guidelines on Strategy and Tactics of the ANC, 1991 February
Series C: Special Topics
Conference of Independent African States, Addis Ababa, 1960 June
Invitation--Addressed to Oliver Tambo
Summary Records of 1 - 6 Plenary Meetings
Speeches/Statements (7 items)
Items include Speech by Mr Ako Adjei, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ghana; Speech by H. E. Dr. Whabi El Buri, Head of the Libyan Delegation; Closing Address of J. Rudolph Grimes, Secretary of State of the Liberian Delegation.
Resolutions of committee I - III
Miscellaneous (1 items)
The Third Afro-Asian People’s Solidarity Conference, Moshi, Taganyika, 1963 February 4 - 11
Speeches (2 items)
Julius Nyere; Jomo Kenyatta.
Speeches of Heads of Delegations (22 items)
Doc. No. 109/III - 162/III } Documents Missing (Includes Speech by Oliver Tambo: Doc. No. 151/III).
Items include notes taken by Oliver Tambo; Some suggestions (sic) on the initiation in Japan of a movement for the boycott of South African goods; Report on proceedings.
Budget/Mailing List for Conference.
Organisation for Afro-Asian People's Solidarity
Resolutions and Recommendations of the 6th Session of the Executive Committee, Nicosia, 1963 September 10 - 12
International Seminar on Apartheid and Colonialism in Southern Africa, Kitwe, Zambia, 1967 July 24 - August 4
Paper presented by the ANC. 14p. Ts.
World Council of Churches: Consultation on Racism, London, 1969 May
Correspondence addressed to Oliver Tambo.
List of participants
Papers (10 items)
Items include Racism a lighted power-keg (sic) of violence in Southern Africa; The Asians in East Africa; Black Ecumenical Power; Minorities of Asia; Racism and its theological significance for the Church; European thinking on race.
Working Group I "Spiritual and Moral Issues in Opposing Racism"
Working Group II "The Realities of Racism Today"
Plan for an Ecumenical Programme to Combat Racism
Hand drawn map of Southern Africa.
International Conference for support of victims of Colonialism and Apartheid in South Africa, Oslo, Norway, 1973 April
Provisional List of Participants/List of Documents
Papers/Proposals (4 items)
Items include Education and Training Programmes, Background paper - Lars-Funnar Eriksson.
Fourth Conference of Non Aligned Countries, Algiers, 1973 September 5 - 8
Inaugural Address, Delivered by President Houari Boumediene of the Revolutionary Council and President of the Council of Ministers
Proposals/Declarations/Working Papers/Studies (45 items)
Includes Draft Resolution on Apartheid and Racial Discrimination in South Africa, Submitted by the ANC.
Miscellaneous (2 items)
Conference of Foreign Ministers - Report
Fourth Conference of Non Aligned Countries: Meeting of the Bureau, Algiers, 1974 March 19 - 21
Pan-African Youth Movement Conference, Benghazi, Libya, 1974 March
Papers (4 items)
Items include speech delivered by the Head of the ZAPU Youth Front, Comrade Stephen Vuma; Contribution of the SWAPO Youth League.
Sixth Pan-African Congress, Dar Es Salaam, 1974 June
Correspondence (4 items)
Items include Invitation to attend Congress; request for Oliver Tambo to prepare a paper for the conference.
Briefing Paper/Secretariat Report/Registration Form/Reservation Form for Accommodation
President Nyere’s Speech to the Pan African Congress
Message by President Ahm Ed Sekou Toure
Speech by the Head of the Cuban delegation
Report--Document of Cuban Delegation
International NGO Conference against Apartheid and Colonialism in Africa, Palais des Nations, Geneva, 1974 September 2 - 5
Correspondence/Invitations (2 items)
Reports/Draft Resolution (4 items)
Papers (11 items)
Items include Introductory Paper submitted by the ANC (with accompanying draft); "Apartheid must be outlawed," Professor I. Blishtchenko (Institute of International Relations, Moscow); "Apartheid and the Law," submitted by the ANC; "Legal Aspects of the Armed Struggle of the Liberation Movements," Georges Abi-Saab; "The Republic of South Africa," A. P. O’Dowd, Anti-Apartheid Movement; " Rhodesia: Recent Political Developments," M. D. Terry, Anti-Apartheid Movement; " Namibia: Political Developments during 1973/74," Roger Murray, Friends of Namibia Committee; "Political Trials and Detentions in Namibia," SWAPO.
Statements/Messages (4 items)
Items include "Statement of the African Liberation Movements," Presented by Alfred Nzo, Secretary General of the ANC.
General Telexes re Conferences, 1975
Conference of Developing Countries on Raw Material, Dakar, 1975 August 3 - 8
Statement-- B. M. Saliwa ( ANC)
Conference of Ministers for Foreign Affairs of Non-Aligned Countries, Lima, 1975 August 25 - 29
Reports/Miscellaneous Items (12 items)
Statements/Messages (13 items)
World Conference against Apartheid, Racism and Colonialism in Southern Africa, Lisbon, 1977 June 16 - 19
"South Africa’s Military Build-up," Presented by the British Anti-Apartheid Movement
Contribution (Paper/Statement) of the Women’s International Democratic Federation (Delivered by Fanny Edelman (General Secretary)
Economic Commission - Resolution
Message to the People of South Africa
World Conference for Action against Apartheid, Lagos, 1977 August
Composition of the Steering Committee
Guidelines for the Conference
Includes Amendments to Draft Declaration; General Declaration; Declaration du Secretaire General.
Speech by Olaf Palme, Sweden
Speech given by Mr. Odvar Nordli, Prime Minister of Norway
Paper No.2, "Unite in Action for the Liberation of Southern Africa - a plea to all nations" (Rev. Canon L. J. Collins/President - IDAF)
Paper No.4, "Apartheid South Africa - The Illegitimate Regime" ( Kadar Asmal)
Statements/Messages (5 items) (See also: Press Releases)
Includes ANC Statement.
Press Releases (7 items)
Items include: Statements by 23 States heard in debate (See also Statements/Messages).
World Conference to Combat Racism and Racial Discrimination, Geneva, 1978 August 14 - 25
Statement--"Statement by National Liberation Movements on the necessity of eliminating all and every form of racism, apartheid and racial discrimination," presented by ANC and the patriotic front.
Report/Speech by Mark Shope on the Conference
International Non Governmental Organisation Conference, Geneva, 1978 August 28 - 31
Mark Shope--Meetings with delegates from other organisations
Lars Gunnar Erikson on the Problem of our students in Nigeria
Meetings with Lars Gunnar Erikson/ Mark Shope, 1978 August 31
Fourth Bi-Annual Conference of the African Association of Political Science, Maputo, 1979
Includes Announcement; Theme of the Conference; Organisation; Panels and Convenors, etc.
Southern Africa: The Time to Choose, 1982 March 11 - 13
List of Principal Documents/Report
Speeches/Message ( 4 items)
1 - "Recent developments in South Africa"
3 - " South Africa’s Military and Nuclear Build-up"
4 - " South Africa’s War against Independent Africa"
5 - "Southern Africa - British, European and Western Policy"
Fourth Annual Meeting of the Southern African Labour Commission, Gabarone, Botswana, 1982 August 30
List of participants
Speeches/Statements (5 items)
Emergency International Conference in Solidarity with the People of South Africa, Addis Ababa, 1985 October 11 - 13
Provisional list of participants
Address/Motion of thanks
Notes on Discussions held by President Dr. K. E. Kaunda, with a delegation of South African Businessmen at State House, 21p. Ts., 1985 July 11
World Conference on Sanctions against racist South Africa, UNESCO House, Paris, 1986 June 16 - 20
Declaration--First Working Draft for the Declaration of the World Conference on Sanctions against racist South Africa, 23p. Ts.
8th Non-Aligned Conference, Harare, 1986 August/September
Provisional list of participants/Addendum
Countries A - I (13 items)
Countries P - Z (16 items)
Statement prepared by the ANC, Department of Information and Publicity
Reports (4 items)
Draft Political Declaration
Miscellaneous (3 items)
Items include Press Releases; Pamphlet South Africa imposes sanctions against its neighbours.
Documents of the Conference of Ministers for Foreign Affairs of Non-Aligned Countries, Luanda, 1986 September 2 - 7
Dakar Declaration ( IDASA), A Joint Communiqué, 1987 July 11
8th Non-Aligned Conference on Children, Repression and the Law in Apartheid South Africa, Harare, 1987 September 24 - 27
Correspondence/Memorandum/Background Documents, ( DPSC, Kader Asmal, N. Haysom)/working Papers/Statement/Declarations (5 items)
17th African-American Conference, Gabarone, Botswana, 1987 January 12 - 16
6th PTA Summit, 1987 December 3 - 4
Invitation Extended to Oliver Tambo by the President of Uganda, Yoweri Kaguta Museveni (Includes reply by Oliver Tambo)
Harare Symposium on the Survival and Development of Children in the Frontline States and Southern Africa, 1988 March 1 - 5
Correspondence (3 items)
Sally Mugabe; Oliver Tambo.
Draft Agenda/List, Members of the Bureau of the Symposium
Background Paper--Artists and Intellectuals Symposium for Child Survival and Development in the Frontline States and in Southern Africa, Harare, January 1988, includes a table of contents, 33p. Ts.
19th African-American Conference, Lusaka, Zambia, 1989 January 9 - 13
Conference Package--Participant Oliver Tambo
Includes Agenda; List of Participants; Workshops; Departure Form.
Meeting between Frontline States and OAU, Harare, 1989 March 21
Telex--Invitation extended to Oliver Tambo to attend meeting
Miscellaneous--Notes for the Frontline States Meeting
Statement-- Kenneth Kaunda
Memoranda/Reports/Statements, etc. (5 items)
Five Freedoms Forum/ ANC, "The Role of Whites in a Changing Society," 1989 June 29 - July 2
Items include Programme; Lists of delegates; Reports/Papers; Conference Package; Welcoming Address - O. R. Tambo; Press Statement - O. R. Tambo.
Free the Children from Apartheid - summary report from a working conference for Swedish national and local NGO’s, Stockholm, with guests from Angola, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe, 1989 September 22 - 23
Conference of Joint Executives of the ANC and PAC, Harare, 1991 April 15 - 16
Resolutions/Joint Communiqué (4 items)
Miscellaneous (20 items)
Items include Social Scientists' Preparatory Committee - preparation of papers; Notes on the Migrant Labour Conference, (1978 April 1); Conference of African Governmental Experts on Technical Cooperation among African Countries on Human Resources, Development and Utilisation, Libreville ( Gabon), (1982 August 2 - 11); Final Communiqué of the Second Extra-Ordinary Meeting of the Authority of the Preferential Trade Area for Eastern and Southern African States, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia (1988 May 24); Joint Communiqué of the Socialist International, The Socialist Group of the European Parliament, the Frontline States Parties and the Liberation Movements - Harare Conference on Southern Africa (1989 February 15 - 16).
Frontline States Summit Meetings
Includes Heads of State; Embassies; Governmental Bodies/Burroughs/Cities; Parliamentary Opposition Groupings/Extra-Parliamentary Opposition Groupings e.g. PLO.
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (6 items), 1971, 1977, 1989-1990
Correspondents include Chadli Bendjedid. Subjects include 15th Anniversary of Algerian Independence; Nelson Mandela.
General (3 items)
Includes News for Algeria (Embassy of the Democratic People’s Republica of Algeria).
Correspondence Oliver Tambo (1 item), 1988
Correspondence with: Jose Eduardo dos Santos. Subject "13th Independence Anniversary of the People’s Republic of Angola."
Report of the International Mission of Inquiry into the acts of aggression perpetrated by South Africa against the P. R. of Angola, 1980 August 6 - 13
Meeting with MPLA (Handwritten notes)
Speeches/Messages (10 items)
Dr. Agostinho Neto's speech at the "Cidadela" Meeting, 1975 February 4
Speech delivered by Agostinho Neto, President of the MPLA and of The People’s Republic of Angola, at the Opening Session of the 29 Meeting of the OAU Coordinating Committee for the Liberation of Africa, Luanda, 1977 June 14
Message of the ANC to the 1st Congress of the MPLA, Luanda, 1977 December
MPLA Pamphlets (3 items + 1 duplicate)
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (1 items), 1986
Correspondent--Argentine Committee for the Independence of Namibia and Eradication of Apartheid; Carlos H. Bianchi (Diplomat). Subject--invitation to participate in the First All American Congress on Southern Africa; breaking of diplomatic relations with South Africa.
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (5 items), 1989
Correspondents include Gareth Evans; Robin Nestdale (See also: UNICEF); Dr. Helen Ware.
Correspondence (2 items)
Subjects--1973 Springbok tour; Campaign against Racial Exploitation (CARE) Conference on Namibia, 1988.
Programme/Media Kit: Visit to Australia of Oliver Tambo, 1987 March 27 - April 12
Speech Delivered by Justice Einfeld, the then President of the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission, on the occasion of Oliver Tambo's visit to Australia
Barbados (1 item), 1988
Oliver Tambo Correspondence
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (10 items), undated, 1988-1991
Correspondents include Dr. Kenneth Koma ( Botswana National Front); Q. K. J. Masire. Subjects include Botswana citizens (and one South African refugee) killed in a South African Defence Force raid; 70th Birthday of Nelson Mandela; message of condolence on the death of Johnny Makatini and Bheki Mlangeni.
Correspondence (3 items)
Report on Botswana - Act to Control Political Refugees, 1968 November 5
Minutes - Meeting between ANC delegation and delegation of the Botswana government, 1987 September 17
Speeches/Messages (5 items)
Items include Speeches by Seretse Khama, 1969-1971.
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (1 item), 1991
Correspondent-- Brazilian Committee of Solidarity with the Peoples of South Africa and Namibia-COMAFRICA). Subject--Freedom of the City of Rio de Janeiro granted to Oliver Tambo.
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (10 items), 1979, 1987, 1989
Correspondents include Bulgarian Committee for Solidarity with the Peoples of Asia and Africa; Dr. D. Romanov (Ambassador). Subjects include granting of scholarships for Higher Education; message of condolence received on the death of Johnny Makatini; Namibia.
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (1 item), 1990
Correspondent Heng Samrin.
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (3 items), 1989-1990
Correspondents Canadian Council for International Co-operation; Brian Mulroney. Subjects invitation to address an anti-apartheid conference organised by the Inter-agency Working Group on Southern Africa, Canadian Council for International Co-operation; return to South Africa of Oliver Tambo.
Cape Verde ( Guinea Bissau)
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (1 item), 1988
Correspondent Aristides Pereira. Subject Message of condolence on the death of Johnny Makatini.
Speech by Comrade Amilcar Cabral (Secretary General of the African Independence Party of Guinea and Cape Verde Islands)
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (2 items), 1978, 1988
Correspondent FROLINAT ( Front de Liberation National du Tchad). Subjects include FROLINAT's struggle for liberation and the need to establish relations with the ANC.
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (4 items), 1977, 1987, 1989
Correspondents include Gu Jiaji (Ambassador). Subjects include 28th Anniversary of the Peoples Republic of China; concern over the situation in South Africa.
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (7 items), 1980-1989
Correspondents include Fidel Castro Ruz. Subjects include 75th Anniversary of the ANC; 13th Anniversary of the Cuban Revolution; message of condolence on the death of Johnny Makatini; June 16.
Statements/Speeches (5 items)
Press Release (1 item)
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (5 items), 1985, 1987-1988
Correspondents include Czechoslovak Committee for Solidarity with the Peoples of Africa, Asia and Latin America; Dr. Josef Gandel (Ambassador). Subjects include message of condolence on the death of Benjamin Moloise; peace initiative re the line dividing the member states of the Warsaw Treaty and NATO.
Correspondence (1 item), 1989
Speech: The Prime Minister's Opening Speech at the South Africa Hearing, 1989 March 17
Statement--Embassy of the Arab Republic of Egypt: re meeting of the Ad-hoc Committee Monitoring Group on a Ministerial level and the need for a high level of ANC participation.
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (1 item), 1987
Joint Statement - Oliver Tambo and Jorge Schafick Handal (Member of the General Command of the FMLN) re meeting of ANC delegation and the Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front ( FMLN), Algiers, 1987
Package contains speeches/statements in both English and Spanish re talks between the FDR and FMLN and the Salvadoran Government, 1987 September - October
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (1 item), 1989
Correspondence with Berhami Bayih (Member of the Political Bureau of the Workers’ Party of Ethiopia). Subject message of condolence on the death of Johnny Makatini.
Federal Republic of Germany
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (5 items), 1987-1989
Correspondents include Willy Brandt; Mayors of Bremen and Hamburg; Hans-Dietrich Genscher (Federal Minister of Foreign Affairs); Dr. Hans-Jochen Vogel ( Social Democratic Party of Germany). Subjects include Federal Governments stance on Apartheid.
General--Speeches/Messages (3 items)
Items include Speech by Helmut Schmidt, Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany, at the Dinner given by Dr. Kenneth Kaunda, 1978 June 29.
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (5 items), 1977, 1988-1991
Correspondents include François Mitterand; Mayor of Caen. Subjects include Bicentenary Celebrations of the French Revolution.
Correspondence (1 item)
Survey on the French Political Situation in regard to the Anti Apartheid Solidarity, Paris, 1989 June
News Bulletin/Press Revue (2 items) 1975, 1978
German Democratic Republic
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (5 items), 1987-1988
Correspondents include Guenther Donath. Subjects include offer of a holiday for Oliver Tambo and his family by the Solidarity Committee; Congratulations on Oliver Tambo's 70th Birthday; award, "Grand Star of International Friendship."
Correspondence (1 item)
Statements/Press Releases (6 items)
Items include Joint Press Release signed by Erich Honecker and Oliver Tambo.
News Bulletins (15 items), undated, 1968, 1982, 1989-1990
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (1 item), undated
Correspondence with President of Gabon and Chairman of the OAU. Subject financial assistance - ANC.
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (2 items), 1988-1989
Correspondence with Jerry Rawlings. Subjects include 32nd Anniversary of the independence of Ghana.
Statement on South Africa, 1970 December 10
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (1 item), 1992
Correspondent Mr. Pericles Tsamoulis (Greek Ambassador to South Africa). Subject invitation extended to Oliver Tambo to meet Greek Dignitaries at the Congress of the Greek Communities in South Africa.
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (4 items), undated, 1989
Correspondence with Dr. F. Augustine (High Commission); Jacqui McKenzie (New Jewel Movement).
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (2 items), 1989
Correspondent High Commission.
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (2 items), 1986
Correspondent National Democratic Party of Haiti. Subjects include support for the struggle of the ANC.
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (1 item), 1989
Correspondence with Karoly Groz. Subject message of condolences on the death of Jonas Kadar.
Statement/Correspondence (2 items, English and French), 1961, 1975
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (8 items), 1986-1991
Correspondents include Rajiv Ghandi; N. Krishnan (Special Envoy of the Prime Minister of India for Africa); K. Natwar-Singh. Subjects include Africa Fund; message of condolences on the assassination of Rajiv Ghandi.
Correspondence (4 items)
Memorabilia (3 items)
Conferment of the Degree of Doctor of Laws (LL.D) Honoris Causa, 1986 May; Booklet-- Official visit of Oliver Tambo, 1986 May 6 - 10.
Statement--Executive Bureau for the National Union of Iraqi Students re Syrian regime's action in closing its borders with Iraq.
Ireland (Republic of)
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (1 item), 1969
Correspondence with Dr. P. Hillery (Ministry of External Affairs). Subject ANC support re the situation in Northern Ireland.
General--Draw tickets in aid of the International Affairs Bureau of the Irish Republican Movement
>Oliver Tambo Correspondence (2 items), 1989-1990
Correspondent United Workers Party of Israel. Subjects include solidarity in the struggle against Apartheid.
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (13 Items), 1985-1991
Correspondents include Giullio Andreotti; City Council of Reggio Emilia; Community of S. Egidio; Bruna Soncini. Subjects include City Council of Reggio Emilia honouring Albertina Sisulu and Albert Luthuli; solidarity of the people of Reggio Emilia in the struggle against Apartheid; congratulations on Giullio Andreotti accession to the premiership; message of condolences on the death of Giuseppe Soncini.
Papers and Programmes (6 items)
Items include 10 Congresso Nazionale, Venezia, 1989 October 23 - 28.
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (1 item), 1986
Correspondent The People’s Party (document in French). Subject attack on collaborative efforts of the west and the current governments.
General--"Discours du Président de la Republique de Cote d'Ivoire," Félix Houphouet-Boigny, Addis Ababa, (Conférence au Sommet des Pays Indépendants D'Afrique), 1964 May 25
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (3 items), 1987, 1989
Correspondence with Michael Manley (President of the People's Party of Jamaica and Edward Seaga (President of the Jamaica Labour Party). Subject National Jamaican Parliamentary Elections, 1989 February 9.
Speech presented by Hugh L. Shearer, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Industry at a luncheon in honour of Oliver Tambo - Terra Nova Hotel, 1987 July 3
Addressed to the Minister of Foreign Affairs from Thabo Mbeki, re the inclusion of the United Cricket Board of South Africa into the ICC, 1991 May 20
National Workers Union ( NWU) 22 "Congress"
Resolution on South Africa
Resolution on regional co-operation in the Caribbean
Reports: The role of the Union in national development
Publications: Pamphlets/circulars issued by various organisations
Including Jamaica Council for Human Rights; The National Anti-Apartheid Movement (NAM)/A Southern African Liberation Working Committee.
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (3 items), 1988-1989
Correspondents include Toshio Saiki (Ambassador). Subjects include Message of condolences on the death of Emperor Hirohito; sanctions.
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (2 items), 1986, 1989
Correspondents include Daniel T. Arap Moi.
General--Statement presented by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation to the ANC, 1989 June 19
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (2 items), 1990 July - August
Correspondent Central Committee, Workers' Party of Korea.
Correspondence and Statements issued by the ANC/Invitation (4 items), 1970, 1979
Statements (7 items), undated, 1969, 1971-1973, 1975
Publication/Press Cutting, Korea Labour, 1990 September
General--Statements (3 items/2 in French)
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (24 items), 1990-1991
Correspondent King Moshoeshoe II (includes correspondence between King Moshoeshoe II and Nelson Mandela and between King Moshoeshoe II and Major-General Justin M. Kekhanya. Subjects include "enforced exile" and deposition of King Moshoeshoe.
Correspondence (1 item, issued by the Basotuland Congress Party), 1977
Reports (5 items), 1970, 1978, 1985
The recent coup in Lesotho, 1970
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (4 items), 1962, 1973, 1977
Correspondents include: Milton Margai.
Statement by Dr. William R. Tolbert, Jr., on his return for his state visit to the Republic of the Ivory Coast, 1975 March 22
"The Hypocrisy of Western Democracy," Statement issued by Movement for Justice in Africa ( MOJA) - Liberia on the occasion of the Fortieth Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, UNESCO House, Paris, 1988 December 8 - 10
Publication (1 item), Pan African Youth Movement, University of Liberia, "The Voice of Freedom"
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (7 items), 1979-1989
Correspondents include Salem A. El-Fallah; F. Gebril; Ahmed Al-Shahati.
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (1 item), 1984
Correspondent MONIMA Party.
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (2 items), 1986
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (3 items), 1986, 1989, 1990
Correspondents include The Malawi Peoples’ Party ( MPP); The Socialist League of Malawi. Subjects include message of condolence on the death of 12 refugees in Botswana, 1985 June; 26th Malawian National Independence Day; political developments in South Africa, 1990. Correspondence with Dr. Hastings Banda.
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (5 items), undated, 1986, 1989
Correspondents include Mouvement Militant Mauricien. Subjects include proposal to make Nelson Mandela an honourary citizen of the Municipality of Port-Louis; Mauritian Government’s stance on apartheid.
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (3 items), undated, 1973-1974
Correspondence with Samora Machel. Subjects include Message of condolence on death of Eduardo Mondlane; Independence.
Correspondence (1 item), 1969
Message of thanks sent by FRELIMO to the ANC re messages of condolence received on the death of Dr. Eduardo Chvambo Mondlane.
Speeches and Message (2 items)
Speech by Comrade Joachim Chissano, member of the Executive Committee and the Central Committee for the Mozambique Liberation Front
Speech by Mariano Matsinya, Chief Representative of FRELIMO in Zambia, delivered on behalf of the liberation Movements of Southern Africa, on the occasion of the Memorial Service of Comrade Cabral, 1973 February 3
Messagem Fraternal do Congresso Nacional Africano ( ANC) ao Partido Frelimo, 1984
Reports (6 items)
Items include Situation in Southern Africa following the victory of people's power in Angola and Mozambique.
Press Releases (5 items + duplicate), 1969, 1972, 1975
Items include Speech by President Samora at the Investiture, 1975 June 25.
Publications (13 items)
Includes Communiqué of The Mozambique Liberation Front ( FRELIMO), undated, 1970.
Miscellaneous (1 item), undated
Oliver Tambo: Correspondence (See also - United Nations--Council/Institute for Namibia, 2 items), 1986, 1989
Includes correspondence with Sam Nujomo. Subjects include Independence/ SWAPO electoral victory.
Correspondence (4 items), 1968, 1972, 1989
Speeches and Messages (4 items)
Speech made by Sam Nujoma ( SWAPO) at the Moscow Meeting devoted to the 50th Anniversary of the formation of the USSR
"The problems faced in the transition from the beginning of the implementation of the peace plan leading to the holding of elections in Namibia," David Smuts, 1991 February
Memorandum, Press Release and Agenda
Memorandum submitted to the UN Ad Hoc Committee of Experts on Human Rights by SWAPO, Lusaka, 1968 August 27
Press Conference given by the Office of SWAPO, Lusaka, 1968 November 5
Agenda, Namibia International Conference, Brussels, 1972
Reports (4 items)
Proposals of the Group of Five on settlement of the Namibian Question
Miscellaneous (2 items)
SWAPO Freedom Songs
Media Package--The National Thanksgiving Service to celebrate Namibia's Independence, Windhoek Athletic Stadium, 1990 March 22
Publications (4 items), 1967, 1979-1980
Namibia Today Published by SWAPO
Namibia Today Organ of SWAPO (Vol.3, No 2-3)
SWAPO Information Bulletin
Statement of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of SWAPO, Luanda, 1986 January 22 -24
SWAPO Election Manifesto
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (2 items), 1987, 1991
Correspondents include Mayor and Aldermen of the Hague; Netherlands Ambassador (Cape Town). Subjects include Dutch Conference of Cities-against-apartheid; European Community’s Political Cooperation.
Holland Committee on Southern Africa; some notes on the Campaign; Holland, break with the western protection of South Africa
Pamphlet--" ANC Leider Tambo in Nederland"
Guide - Zwart-Wit voor Gevorderden - Docentenhandleiding/Tropenmuseum
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (1 item), 1973
Dennis Brutus in correspondence with Norman Kirk re racist sports tours.
General (2 items)
Correspondence between Christopher Laidlaw, High Commissioner, Harare and Anthony Mongalo re Nelson Mandela, 1988
Programme and Itinerary: visit to New Zealand by Oliver Tambo, 1987 April 12 - 19
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (6 items), 1989
Correspondents include Francisco Campbell (Ambassador); Daniel Ortega; Sadinista National Liberation Front. Subjects include message of condolence on the death of Johnny Makatini; award bestowed on Nelson Mandela; statement of the National Directorate of the Sandinista National Front re accords signed by the five Central American Presidents (Summit), 1989 February 14.
General (1 item), 1989
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (15 items), 1971, 1975, 1977, 1987-1990
Correspondents include General Ibrahim B. Babangida; Dr L. A. Fabunmi (Chairman: National Committee for the Dissemination of Information on the Evils of Apartheid/High Commissioner); Banji Oloruntegbe (National Committee Against Apartheid); Binfa C. Selchum (High Commissioner). Subjects include International Press Institute Conference in Lagos (May 1975); International Conference on Anti-Apartheid, Lagos (November 1988); Municipal Elections/ South Africa (1988); Nigerian 'insurrection' (22 April 1990); Nelson and Winnie Mandela; Developments in South Africa (1990).
Memorandum, Minutes and Reports (6 items)
Anti-Apartheid Publicity in Nigeria and West African Countries - Tentative Plan
Nigeria - ANC Friendship: Progress Report, 1986 August 19
Meeting between Oliver Tambo and the High Commissioner of the Federal Republic of Nigeria
Notes on briefing by Rebecca Matlou to ANC Secretary General, ANC - Nigerian Government Relations [International Department], 1988 August 19
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (7 items), 1977, 1985, 1987, 1988
Correspondents include Norwegian Labour Party; Kjeld Olesen; Terje Vigtel; Mayor of Verdal Kommune. Subjects include Solidarity of the Commune of Verdal with the ANC.
General (2 items)
Correspondence (2 items), 1988
Statement/Report, Jan P. Syse disappointed the ANC, 1990 February 16
Telex--Members and Leadership of the Norwegian Confederation of Trade Unions extending warm congratulations to the Leadership of the ANC, elected on 6 July 1991.
Palestine ( PLO)
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (9 items), 1986-1990
Correspondents include Yasser Arafat. Subjects include PLO stance on the struggle against Apartheid; message of condolences on the martyrdom of Khalil El Wazir, Deputy Commander-in-Chief; South African Defence Force Raid (1986); Johnny Makatini eulogy; 77th Anniversary of the ANC; Appointment of Yasser Arafat by PLO to President of the State of Palestine; Release of ANC leaders; Oliver Tambo’s return from exile to South Africa.
Correspondence (1 item), 1988
International Committee of Artists and Intellectuals for the support of the uprising and the struggle of the Palestinian People in Occupied Territories.
Message Addressed to the ANC from the Palestine Committee for Peace and Afro-Asian Solidarity, 1975
Report of Meeting with PLO Delegation led by Comrade Arafat, 1989 April 29
Paper, "An International Law Appraisal of the Juridical Characteristics of the Resistance of the People of Palestine: the Struggle for Human Rights." Meeting of the Commission on Human Rights in Palestine, Second World Conference of Christians for Palestine, 1972 September 6 - 9
Publication-- Agence Jamahirya Presse, 1982 August 1
General--Resolution re Nelson Mandela (Spanish)
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (1 item), 1984
Portuguese Communist Party re Year of the Woman.
General, Pamphlet--" Portugal’s Democratic Coup," Special Supplement to Resister, Third Quarter, 1990
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (7 items), 1973, 1986, 1988
Correspondents include Nicolae Ceausescu. Subjects include Assistance provided by the Romanian Communist Party to the ANC; Visit to Romania.
Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (7 items), 1986-1990
Correspondents include Mohamed Abdelaziz (President). Subjects include 10th Anniversary of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic; Celebrations of "the launching of the armed struggle against Spanish colonialism and Moroccan expansionism" (May 20, 1987); Release of Nelson Mandela and the unbanning of the ANC.
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (3 items), 1973, 1986
Correspondent King Faisal; Subjects include invitation extended to Oliver Tambo on the occasion of the National Day; Oil Embargo directed against the State of Israel.
Correspondence (2 items), 1987, 1989
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (4 items), 1989-1990
Correspondents include Abdou Diouf. Subjects include 29th Anniversary of Independence of Senegal; Release of Nelson Mandela.
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (2 items), circa 1963, 1984
Correspondents include Adam Mohamed Ali; Abdullah Issa. Subjects include Arrest of Nelson Mandela; Socialist Inter-African General Council, 1984 June.
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (7 items), 1987-1991
Correspondents include PFP/DP; South African Communist Party ( SACP); Pik Botha. Subjects include South African political crisis (article by Colin Eglin in the Sunday Times, 1986); 7th Congress of the SACP; Five Freedoms Forum conference in Lusaka.
'Independent States' within South Africa's Borders and Homelands
Reports-- Various ANC reports (21 items), 1983-1984
Press Release re Attacks on residents of Braklaagte. (Issued by Western Transvaal Region), 1991 April 11
Address--"Address to SA British Trade Association" by Chief Minister Enos J. Mabuza of Kangwane and President of Inyandza National Movement
Documents--4th Kangwane Legislative Assembly
Speeches--Transcripts of 4 speeches made by M. N. Ramodike ( Lebowa People's Party) entitled "Political Stance of M. N. Ramodike", Lusaka, 1989 September 12
Address--Major Geneneral Bantu Holomisa. "South African Negotiations, One Person/One Vote and Implications for the Future," (21st African-American Institute Conference, Cairo), 1991 January 7 - 10
A State in the Making - Progress in the Transkei, Issued by the Department of Information/Government Printer Cape Town, 1970
"Aspects of the Non-Agricultural Economy in the Transkei"
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (2 items), 1991
Correspondence with Felipe Gonzales.
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (4 items), 1983
Correspondents include K. M. El-Mekki; Badr Eldin Suliman (Secretary of the Central Leadership/ Sudanese Socialist Union). Subjects include Socialist Inter-African Meeting, Khartoum, 1983.
General-- Sudan Review published by the Central Committee of the Sudanese Communist Party
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (4 items), undated, 1984, 1990
Correspondents E. B. B. Gamedze (High Commissioner); King Mswati III. Subjects include 75th Anniversary of the ANC; Release of Nelson Mandela and unbanning of ANC.
Correspondence (3 items)
Correspondents Jacob Zuma; B. S. S. Mabizela. Subjects Swaziland's reaction to 23 ANC cadres with military training going to ground; detention of an ANC member; parcel bomb - Bafana Duma/ambushing of ANC truck.
Memorandum presented by the National Executive Committee to the Government of Swaziland on the agreement between Swaziland and the Pretoria Regime on Ka-Ngwane, and Ngwavuma, 1982 July 15
Communiqué - talks between Executive Secretary of the OAU Liberation Committee and a Swaziland delegation of Ministers and Officials re problems with the ANC, 1985 March 8
Miscellaneous item re Conference in Swaziland, 1985
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (12 items), undated, 1977-1991
Correspondents include Ingvar Carlsson; Lisbet and Olaf Palme; Carl J. Persson (Ambassador); Swedish Communist Party; Swedish Liberal Party. Subjects include National Convention of the Swedish Liberal Party (1977); International Seminar on Southern Africa organised by the AIC ( International Centre of the Swedish Labour Movement), 1983; Swedish government decision to licence all trade with South Africa; Message of condolences on the death of Bernt Carlsson; Inauguration ceremony of new Swedish Embassy, Lusaka; Release of Nelson Mandela and the unbanning of the ANC; 79th Anniversary of the ANC.
Correspondence (1 item)
Telex - Olaf Palme (thanking T T Nkobi for the message of sympathy received on behalf of the ANC on the death of King Adolf Gustaf VI, 1973 November 7.
Agendas (2 items)
Visit of Oliver Tambo, Mr. Kunene and Mr. Legaffick, Stockholm, 1973 January 7 - 10
Congress of the Socialist International, Stockholm, 1989 June 20 - 22
Papers, Speeches and Messages (5 items)
Peace Now - Swedish Youth Rally: Sibusiso Bengu
Tribute to Olaf Palme by the Swedish Minister of Health and Social Affairs, Gertrude Sigurdsen, 1986 March
Booklet: Speech made at the "Swedish People's Parliament against Apartheid" on 21 February 1986 in Stockholm by Olaf Palme
Reports (4 items)
Summary Report of Scandinavian Tour [duplicate], 1962
The APG's visit to Sweden, 1972 December 28
Establishment of a Nordic Information Pool for the Liberation Movements of Southern Africa (Uppsala), 1980 January 15
Statement on South Africa and Namibia at the Meeting of Nordic Foreign Ministers in Turku, 1990 March 6 - 7
Publications and Booklets (2 items)
The Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation
To Sweden from ANC: Commemoration of the life of Olaf Palme
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (1 item), 1984
Correspondent Syrian Communist Party. Subject Founding (60th Anniversary) and work of the Syrian Communist Party.
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (13 items), 1962-1989
Correspondents include National Executive Committee of Cham Cha Mapinduzi; Ali Hassan Mwinyi; Julius K. Nyere; Salim Ahmed Salim. Subjects include Messages of condolence on the death of Edward M. Sokoine (Prime Minister); 7th Summit Meeting of the PTA Authority, Arusha - 1988; Message of condolences received on the death of Johnny Makatini; Release of Nelson Mandela.
Correspondence (5 items), 1986, 1988-1989
Subjects include relations between the Tanzanian Government Representative, Ndugu Obezi and the ANC Administration in Mazimbu, 1986 July 9.
Press Release--Taganyika, Independence, 1961 March 31
Tanzanian Policy on Foreign Affairs, Address by Mwalimu Julius K. Nyere, Tanganyika African National Union National Conference, 1967 October 16
President Nyerere's Speeches during his state visits to Mauritius, New Zealand, Australia and China, 1974 March 11 - 30
Trinidad and Tobago
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (3 items), 1990
Correspondents include Michael J. Williams (President of the Senate). Subjects include Release of Nelson Mandela and unbanning of ANC.
"Struggle for Justice: A Report on Human Rights in Trinidad and Tobago" compiled by The Trinidad and Tobago Bureau on Human Rights to commemorate World Human Rights Day, 1986 December 10
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (5 items), 1987-1989
Correspondents include Taieb Sahbani. Subjects include Official visit to Tunisia; Election of Zine Al-Abidine Ben Ali to the Presidency.
General (1 item), 1989
Correspondence (1 item), 1989
Correspondence between Anthony Mongalo on behalf of Oliver Tambo and Amama Mbabazi re travel documents for ANC cadres.
Publication and Pamphlet (2 items), 1959-1960
"Uganda Political Survey," Uganda National Congress Appeal to 2nd Independent African States Conference at Addis Ababa, 1959 May - 1960 May
Memorandum on Uganda's Self-Determination - Presented by Uganda National Congress to 2nd Independent African States Conference, Addis Ababa, 1960 June
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (1 item), 1985
Subject Soviet Instructors attached to ANC camps in Angola (See also ANC External Missions: Angola).
"Triumph of Lenin’s National Policy," D. Kunaev (First Secretary, Central Committee, Communist Party of Kazakhstan), 1970 April 1
"New Soviet Peace Initiatives," M. Gorbachev speaks at the United Nations, ( USSR Embassy Press Release), 1988 December 7
Press Releases (Embassy of the USSR) (11 items), 1968, 1971, 1983, 1986, 1988, 1990
Papers and Discussion Documents (27 items, various topics), uundated, 1978
Soviet Peace Committee, "On the Situation in Southern Africa," 1978
Soviet Afro-Asian Solidarity Committee, Appeals/Statements, 1989-1990
Miscellaneous Report--"Economic Development"
Novosti Press Agency, News and Views, 1978 June, 1988 - 1990 August
Press Releases, Novosti Press Agency, 1988-1989
Publications, Miscellaneous (4 items), 1978, 1980, 1986
United Arab Emirates
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (2 items), 1975
Ahmed Khalifa Al-Suweidi (Minister of Foreign Affairs) re Symposium on Arab-African relations and co-operation.
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (22 items), 1986-1991
Correspondents include Lord Barber; Bernie Grant; Haringey Council; Lord John Hatch; Geoffrey Howe; Neil Kinnock; National Union of Mineworkers; Steven Miles; Sir David Steele; W. K. K. White (High Commissioner). Subjects include British Government/European Community's stance on Apartheid.
Programme--Service of Thanksgiving for the life and work of Geoffrey H. C. Bing, Addressed to Oliver and Adelaide Tambo
Correspondence (9 items), 1983, 1986-1988
Correspondents include Geoffrey Howe; Nathaniel Masemola; Margaret Thatcher; Dennis Worral.
Speeches (7 items), 1978, 1986-1990
Text of Dr. Owen's Speech to the General Assembly of the United Nations, 1978 September 27
" South Africa: No Easy Answers"
Interviews (extracts)-- Margaret Thatcher
Extract from a speech by William Waldegrave, " South Africa - Realism is Winning Through"
Greater London Council's Anti-Apartheid Declaration
"British Policy Towards South Africa"
"House of Lords Official Report" (item on South Africa and Sanctions), 1991
House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee - Session 1984-85, The Situation in South Africa/Minutes of Evidence ( ANC - Oliver Tambo; Thabo Mbeki; A. Pahad)
United States of America
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (23 items), 1980-1990
Correspondents include Barbara Harmel; Rev. Jesse Jackson; Edward Kennedy; Paul E. Tsongas. Subjects include Report by Paul E. Tsongas on visit to seven African states; sanctions debate; visit to the US; Tribute to Oliver Tambo by Senator Edward Kennedy, 1990.
General (4 items), 1985-1986, 1989
Correspondence re Project South Africa Invitation/Programme
Reports (8 items)
Apartheid as an oppressive and violent system and the ANC as a movement dedicated to change and democracy in South Africa
Report of a meeting between the ANC and Robert Cabelly, special assistant to Chester Crocker, US Information Office, Lusaka, 1983 September 7
Rebuttals to criticism of ANC President Oliver Tambo's meeting with Secretary Shultz
ANC meeting with William Roberts
Memorandum, Talking points for Hani Meeting with Jeffrey Davidow, 1991 April 22
The United States, Africa and the International Division of Labour
Speeches, Statements and Interviews (14 items)
South Africa: Strategy for Change, Chester Crocker, 1980-1981
Interview with Chester Crocker, Howard Scripps, 1981
Statement from the Office of Senator Edward M. Kennedy re visit to South Africa, 1985
Press Releases, US Information Service, undated, 1976-1981, 1986
Uruguay and South African Apartheid, Uruguayan Association against Racism and Apartheid, 1983
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (5 items), 1988-1989
Includes correspondence with Carlos Andres Perez. Subjects include Honourary Doctorate to be conferred on Nelson Mandela; electoral victory for Carlos Andres Perez, 1989.
Correspondence (2 items), 1968-1969
Subjects support of the people of Vietnam; message of condolences over the death of President Ho Chi Minh.
Speech given by Nguyen Ho, member of the Standing Committee of the City Communist Party, President of Ho Chi Minh City Committee of Solidarity and friendship with world peoples at reception in honour of ANC delegation, 1978 October 17
Statement by Nguyen Van Linh, General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam at the Meeting of Parties and Organisations, Moscow, 1987 Septmber 4 - 5
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (10 items), 1971, 1977-1978, 1989
Correspondents include Ambassadors of Yugoslavia.
Correspondence (2 items)
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (3 items), undated, 1972, 1988
Correspondents include Political exile - Nkamba-Ilunga wa Mwenga (Ligue des Sans-Partie); Bande Larity Nyarende (Ambassador). Subjects include 20th Anniversary of the Independence of Zaire.
List/Notes - Miscellaneous
Statement,"The Cartel's position towards People's aspirations for fundamental change in Congo 'Zaire'," 1990 April 15
Zambia, undated, 1962, 1984-1989
Oliver Tambo Correspondence
Correspondents include Kenneth Kaunda; E. H. K. Mudenda. Subjects include 20th Anniversary of the Independence of Zambia/26th Anniversary of UNIP/60th Birthday of Kenneth Kaunda; message of condolences on the death of Nalumino Mundia; 24th Anniversary of the Independence of Zambia; Namibian Elections.
1967-1973 (42 items)
1975-1976, 1988-1989 (42 items)
Statements and Speeches
ANC Statements (4 items), undated, 1962, 1987-1988
Statement on the Question of Negotiations, 1987 October 9
Statement addressed to the 10th General Conference, UNIP, Kabwe, Zambia, 1988 August 18 - 23
Kenneth Kaunda (6 items), 1969, 1975, 1978, 1982, 1987, 1989
Address to the UNIP National Council, Matero, Lusaka, 1969 August 11
Africa's Constant Plea - remarks made at a White House dinner given in his honour by President Gerald R. Ford, 1975 April 19
Speech, officially opening the World Council of Churches' Meeting, Pamodzi Hotel, 1987 May 4
Remarks on the Presentation of the Main Gift on 64th Birthday of His Excellency, Dr. K. Kaunda at State House, 1988 April 28
The Lusaka Statement - representations of churches, trade unions, Women's Youth (sic) and anti-apartheid groups from South Africa, Namibia and other parts of the world, Lusaka, 1987 May 4 - 8
Reports; The National Anthem; Applications for a Zambia Travel Document; programme for the official visit by the Prime Minister of New Zealand, 1985
Oliver Tambo Correspondence (16 items), 1971-1989
Correspondents include M. Mangwende; E. D. Mnangagwa; D. N. E. Mutasa; N. M. Shamuyarira; James Chikerema; Robert Mugabe. Subjects include Non-Aligned Movement Summit Conference (1986, 1989); elections of the First President under the Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment (1987); Unity accord between ZANU (PF) and PF-ZAPU (1987); message of condolences on Johnny Makatini’s death; Campaign of Mrs. McBride on the death sentence imposed on Robert McBride; Conference of Socialist International and Frontline States on Southern Africa; message of condolences Maurice Nyagumbo’s death.
Zimbabwe African National Union ( ZANU)
Correspondence (2 items)
Report--The Party’s Ideological Concept
Statements and Communiqués (5 items), undated, 1970, 1977
Statement addressed to the ANC on the occasion of its 60th Birthday
Death in detention of the Vice President of ZANU, Leopald Takawira
Miscellaneous--Sticker, Rhodesia is Zimbabwe - Support ZANU for action inside Zimbabwe Now
Zimbabwe African People’s Union ( ZAPU)
Correspondence re formal expulsion of James Chikerema, George Nyaudoro and Stephen Pariernyatwa (Former members of ZAPU)
"'Amagolilia' - that's what they call guerrilla's"
Facts about ZAPU and ZANU ( ZAPU)
Communiqué ZAPU and ANC
Crimes of the Rhodesian Colonial Regime against the People of Zimbabwe and Independent African States, presented by ZAPU before the International Commission of Inquiry into the Crimes of the Racist and Apartheid Regimes in Southern Africa, Brussels, 1979 February 9 - 12
Summary - Session with Minister of Education re placement of ANC students in Zimbabwe, 1984
The Zimbabwe People's Voice, Official Organ of ZAPU, Vol. 1 No.73, 1978 November
The Inaugural Africa Prize for Leadership Address - Robert Mugabe, The Hunger Project, 1988
Press Cuttings, Zimbabwe Fact Sheet
Lewis John Collins
Programme of Funeral, St Paul's Cathedral, 1983 January 11
King Sabata Dalindyebo, Medical Report, 1986 April 14
Ruth First-- Ronald Segal's tribute to Ruth First, Hampstead Town Hall
Chris Hani’s Assassination
Correspondence between Angela E. V. King (UN Observer Mission in South Africa) and Nelson Mandela, 1993 April 10
Press Releases,Statements (5 items)
Archbishop Trevor Huddleston
Correspondence (3 items), 1984, 1986, 1990
Correspondents include C. D. Powell; Margaret Thatcher.
Statement and Speech (2 items)
Statement by Rev. T. Huddleston, President, Anti-Apartheid Movement, on launching the Anti-Apartheid Movement's Ten-Point Programme of Action
Canon Collins Memorial Lecture: South Africa at the Crossroads, 1986
A. Kathrada Speech and Statement (2 items)
David and Norma Kitson
1982-1984 (18 items)
1985-1987, 1990 (17 items)
Minutes (3 items), 1981-1983
Booklet, One Union's Fight against Apartheid - The Story of the Free Dave Kitson Campaign
Justice for Kitson Campaign
Circular Letter/Pamphlet (2 items), 1989
Minutes, City Branch (4 items), 1982 February - April
Pamphlets, Circular Letters, Press Releases re activities including pickets outside South Africa House (See Photographs; 8 items)
Membership Card, Adelaide Tambo (Founder)
Photographs (9 items)
24 Hour Picket outside South Africa House.
Albert J. Luthuli
Commemorative Speech on July 21, date of Chief Luthuli’s death
Miscellaneous item--Slip attached to payment forwarded to A. J. Luthuli ( BBC transcription service)
List of various organisations/countries who sent messages on the death of Johnny Makhatini, 1988 December 5
Programme for the Funeral of Johnny Makhatini
Pamphlet "Obituary - Johnstone "Johnny" Mfanafuthi Makatini (Tireless Freedom Fighter)
Letters written from Pollsmoor Prison (27 items including duplicates), undated, 1978-1989
Report - Robben Island, 1970 January
Correspondence (4 items), 1990
Speeches and Statements (14 items), 1964, 1985-1991
Published Speeches and Statements (10 items)
Itinerary(s) and Programmes
Miscellaneous Items--Postcard, Card, Photograph
Drafts of Plays/Books on Nelson Mandela (6 items)
Mary Benson's book on Nelson Mandela
What is to be done - A play by Laurie C. Sain, Includes correspondence, 1985
Report/Memorandum on meetings with Nelson Mandela whilst in Prison (2 items)
Items include An account of a meeting with Nelson Mandela by Nicholas Bethell, 1985 Janaury 27
Biographical Notes on Nelson Mandela
Speeches given in honour of Nelson Mandela (5 items)
Correspondence, Reports and Miscellaneous Items
Messages of Solidarity received on the occasion of Nelson Mandela’s 60th Birthday, 23 July 1978; Message from Willy Brandt to Nelson Mandela on latter’s Birthday, 1986/Pamphlet - 70th birthday greetings
International Calls for Mandela’s Release and Awards
Survey of Events and Actions in Honour of and for the Release of Nelson Mandela, Preliminary results prepared by the British Anti-Apartheid Movement, 1984 October
Nelson Mandela Park - Welford Road, Leicester (Information Package)
Freedom of the City of Aberdeen
International Reception Committee Memorandum; Nelson Mandela British Honours List (April 1990); Statements (Including statement on release of Nelson Mandela); Publication - IRC News
Responses to his release from prison (Includes a statement by Oliver Tambo) (18 items)
Items include Statements by O. J. Masire, PLO, Communist Party/ Sweden, People’s Republic of Bulgaria.
ANC - Miscellaneous
Correspondence, Reports and Paper (4 items)
Paper, "What is the Significance of Nelson Mandela’s 70th Birthday for the ANC"; Telexes/Notes re Libyan embassy's offer to rebuild house of the Mandela's, 1988.
Miscellaneous (Includes list of items forwarded to Nelson Mandela), 1990 March 25
Correspondence (3 items), 1986 April
Includes correspondence addressed to Oliver Tambo.
Transcript, " Winnie Mandela and the Football Club," A File on 4 Special Documentary
Press Cutting, Winnie Mandela in Brandfort, Fatima Meer (Index on Censorship)
Postcard with a portrait of Winnie Mandela
Notes on Winnie Mandela
J. B. Marks
Correspondence (1 item), 1969 November 24
Addressed to J. B. Marks, London ( Yusef Dadoo?).
Address, Opening address by J. B. Marks at The Morogoro Consultative Conference of the ANC, 3p. Ms.
Record of Exchange of Messages re death of J. B. Marks
Obituary, In Memory of J. B. Marks, Provisional Headquarters, Morogoro, ANC
Canon Collins Memorial Lecture delivered by Govan Mbeki, London, 1990 September 27
Address to the Govan Mbeki Fellowship at the University of Amsterdam, 1990 September 28
Publications (2 items)
Includes Govan Mbeki, An Honorary Doctor behind bars.
General Correspondence (33 items), 1978-1986
Speeches and Statements (4 items)
"Domestic and Foreign Policies of a New South Africa," Lecture given by Thabo Mbeki (Conflict and Change in Southern Africa: Scandinavian and Canadian Perspectives and Policy Options, [Translation in French], 1978 February 19 - 22
Statement by Thabo Mbeki on Poverty and Change in South Africa: Duke University, Durham, 1989 February 16
Miscellaneous Questions for an interview
"Education for Revolution: The Role of a Qualified Cadre in our struggle"
Death of Mzala Nxumalo, Brian Bunting, London, 1991 February 23
Jeannette Schoon, 1949 - 1984
Pamphlet, Published by ADAC
Correspondence with Albertina Sisulu from The White House and Danielle Mitterrand, 1989 May 11 and February 20
Address by Walter Sisulu at the National Welcome Back Rally, Johannesburg, 1989 October 29
Publication, Walter Max Ulyate Sisulu, Published by Southern Africa - The Imprisoned Society in cooperation with the UN Centre against Apartheid
Address, "Prospects for Armed Struggle in South Africa," National Student Conference, Revolution in Southern Africa, Oxford, 1968 March 9
Press Cuttings (2 items)
Items include:"What Recent 'Peace' Initiatives Mean," Radio Freedom (Addis Ababa) Interviews with Joe Slovo.
Africa Fund (Action for Resisting Invasion, Colonialism and Apartheid)
Final Documents - Africa Fund Summit, New Delhi, 1987 January
Circular with enclosed educational materials concerning Health, produced in cooperation with the Committee for Health in southern Africa ( CHISA)
Afrikaanseweerstandbeweging ( AWB), 1991
Correspondence from Mendi Msimang (Chief Representative, ANC Mission - UK and Ireland) re AWB recruitment
Miscellaneous, "To all members of the Afrikaner Volk!"
Afro-Asian People's Solidarity Organisation
Booklet, International Seminar on Agricultural Development and Food Security in the Developing Countries, Hungary, 1985 October 13 - 17
Afro-Asian Solidarity (A Quarterly issued by the Afro-Asian Peoples Solidarity Organization), Nos. 3-4 1989
American Committee on Africa
Press Release, "Court rules for hearing on ACOA against the New York Times for South African Job Advertisements," 1973 November 26
Action News (4 items), 1988-1991
Pamphlets (6 items)
Items include Observe Human Rights Day, December 10, by answering this appeal for action against apartheid (circa 1950s/1960s); Join the Free South Africa Movement; Question and Answers on Divestment; Programme - Reception honouring Oliver Tambo, 22 January 1987 (American Committee on Africa/Africa Fund).
Anglo American Policy on South Africa as reported by Clem Sutner
Summary of lecture by Clem Sutner, Delivered in Harare, 1989 February
Pamphlet, "Reform and Reaction in South Africa," G. W. H. Relly (Address to the South Africa Club, London, 1981 October 8
Anti Apartheid Movement
Correspondence (2 items), 1990
Correspondents Kader and Louise Asmal.
Annual Report, 1989-1990
Pamphlet, "The Dunnes Strike and the Struggle against Apartheid," 1985 April
France (5 items), 1980, 1984
Reaction to proposed visit of P. W. Botha by Comit contre le Colonialisme et l’Apartheid
Correspondence (1 item), 1983
Correspondent Connie Braam.
Correspondence (5 items), 1988-1991
Minutes of the National Committee Meeting, House of Commons, 1964 March 25
Report of the Executive Committee to the National Committee, 1964 July 6
Memoranda (2 items)
Addressed to the ANC and other organisations from IAEA and Mike Terry, Executive Secretary, AAM)
Memoranda, Reports and Papers (6 items)
Memorandum to the United Nations Special Committee on the Policies of Apartheid of the Government of the RSA, London, 1964 April
" South Africa - Aspects of Foreign Investment and Finance," prepared by Vella Pillay, Meeting of the UN Special Committee on Apartheid, Dublin, 1974 May 21
National Convention against Apartheid and for Freedom in Namibia and South Africa, Draft Programme of Action, 1984 June 23 - 24
"Southern Africa - The Time to Choose," Progress Report, 1982
Constrained by Sanctions - The Apartheid Economy in 1988, A memorandum for Presentation to the Commonwealth Foreign Ministers Committee on Southern Africa, Harare, 1989 February 6
Press Releases and Statements (6 items)
Includes Media Package: Nelson Mandela - Freedom at 70.
Annual Report of Activities and Developments (5items), 1977-1978, 1982-1986
Members Newsletter (1 item), 1973 February
Anti Apartheid News (6 items), 1977, 1980, 1981, 1984
General Items (10 items)
Includes Southern Africa: The Time to Choose; Selling Out to Apartheid: British Government Support for Trade with South Africa; Apartheid Gold.
Pamphlets (10 items)
Correspondence, Reports and Publications (10 items)
Includes World Campaign against Military and Nuclear Collaboration with South Africa and Bulletin of the Continuation Committee of the World Conference against Apartheid, Racism and Colonialism in Southern Africa.
Anti-Imperialist Solidarity Committee for Africa/Asia/Latin America (14 items)
Memoranda, Statements, Appeals and Publications
Artists against Apartheid (Sun City)
Correspondence between Steven Little (President) and the ANC, 1989 July 26
Association of West European Parliamentarians for Action against Apartheid ( AWEPAA) (8 items)
Statements, Report and Publications
Black Consciousness Movement of South Africa, London
Circular, Circular on the London Office
Publication, Solidarity, Volume 1, No. 2
Black Consciousness Movements (BCM (A)), Canada
Newsletter 1983 January - February
Bophelo/Impilo Community Association
Report, Presentation to 1990 Federation Conference - Jersey
Fifth Annual Report, Community Development in a Changing South Africa, 1989-1990
Centre for Development Studies, University of the Western Cape
Correspondence, Memoranda, Reports, Pamphlet
Report, 1990 July - 1991 March
Correspondence/Memoranda re temporary suspension of all CDS activities (2 items)
Memorandum, Meeting between ANC, UDF, COSATU, SASPRO and CDS (Board of Trustees), 1990 June 10
Discussion Document on Structures and Principles of a Constitution for a Democratic South Africa, Sent to Oliver Tambo by Zola Skweyiya, 1991 April 11
Centre for Intergroup Studies
Coalition for a Free Africa, Inc.
Proposed Fundraising Telethon - "From Selma to Soweto," 1986
Information Package, Organisation of Telethon, 1987
Statements, Press Releases, Publications (7 items), 1985, 1989-1990
Commonwealth News Release, Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 1989 October 18 - 24
Responding to Reform: The phased lifting of Commonwealth sanctions against South Africa, 1991
Publication, Nassau Communiqué, 1985 October
Commonwealth EPG (4 items)
Press Release, Statement by the Secretary of State for External Affairs, Joe Clark, MP, 1986 June 12
Mission to South Africa: The Commonwealth Report, 1986
Congress of South African Students (COSAS)
Papers and Reports (2 items), undated
Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU)
List, Correspondence (17 items)
Meeting between UDF/ COSATU and Inkatha, 1989
Pamphlet, UWUSA or COSATU ... The People Choose! Issued by the National Student Federation
Congress of Traditional Leaders of South Africa ( CONTRALESA)
Reports and Speeches (3 items)
1st National Conference to mark the launch of CONTRALESA, Broederstroom, 1990 September 28 - 30
Paper submitted at the Consultative Conference of the ANC, 1990 December 14
Pamphlets (2 items)
European Community (5 items)
Includes "A Code for Misconduct? A critical study of the implementation of the EEC Code of Conduct by British Companies operating in South Africa," Barbara Rodgers ( Christian Concern for Southern Africa), 1980
Mangosuthu G. Buthelezi:
Correspondence with Oliver Tambo re Oliver Tambo’s reaction to violence in Lamontville, 1984
Speeches and Statements
1977 (16 items)
1978 (10 items)
1979, 1990 July - November (21 items)
Meetings between Mangosuthu G. Buthelezi and government officials
Conference of eight black leaders with B. J. Vorster and M. C. Botha, 1975 January 22
Meeting between M. G. Buthelezi and J. T. Kruger, Union Buildings, (Transcript), 1977 September 19
The Aide-Memoire used at the first meeting between the Prime Minister of South Africa, P. W. Botha and M. G. Buthelezi, 1979 January 22
Interview transcripts with Mangosuthu G. Buthelezi:
NBC Report, 1977 July 27
Interview given by M. G. Buthelezi to Chege Mbitiru, Foreign Editor, The Daily Nation, Kenya, Durban, 1977 August 13
Points made during an interview with Mangosuthu Buthulezi conducted by Voice of America, 1979 September 9
Oliver Tambo’s notes on Gatsha Buthulezi, Ms. 17p.
Correspondence (Miscellaneous, 4 items)
"The People’s Struggle," M. G. Buthelezi, London, personal copy sent to Oliver Tambo, 1979 October
Joint Statement arising out of a meeting between ANC and Inkatha, Issued by the ANC Department of Information and Publicity, 1990 September 19
Joint Statement of the IFP/ ANC meeting, Durban, 1991 January 29
Miscellaneous Memorandum/reaction to remarks by Buthelezi on Indians (letters/pamphlet)/Notes on Inkatha
Summary of Sibusiso M. Bengu’s Address, "The Role of Inkatha and the Youth in the Black Liberation Struggle in South Africa", Ulundi, 1978
Publications/Pamphlets (10 items)
Inkatha, Vol. 1, No.1; Vol. 1 No.3; Vol.1, No.4; Vol.1, No.7, 1976-1979
Fourth Ordinary General Conference, 1978 July
Fifth Ordinary General Conference, 1979 June - July
Pamphlet, "Defend Your Rights - Stay South African"
Pamphlet, "Seek Your Rights as a South African"
Miscellaneous items relating to Natal
"Natal - The killing fields of apartheid," issued by Nusas- SRC Projects and SANSCO
Natal/Kwazulu, A selection of four papers from a conference on Co-operation for Development, presented by the Development Society of Southern Africa, 1985 August 5
International Committee against Racism Colonialism and Imperialism in Southern Africa (1 item)
Minutes, 1986 May 15
International Confederation of Free Trade Unions ( ICTFU)
Reports and Documents re ICTFU Delegation to South Africa (2 items), 1986
International Defence and Aid Fund ( IDAF)
Miscellaneous Correspondence, Statement
Correspondence between Horst Kleinschmidt and Ethel de Keyser re the publication of books and pamphlets by BDAF, 1985 April
Extract from Memorandum submitted to Dr. Nkrumah by Canon Collins, "South Africa: Refugees and Relief Work"
Includes Proposal, "Project for Prisoners of Apartheid and Racism"
South Africa Freedom Call, Vol.1, No.5, 1960 August
i.d.a.f. news notes, 1982 December, 1983 June
Pamphlets and Cards
8 Post Cards, Women in Apartheid South Africa
Southern Africa Information Service, 1973 July - December
Institute for a Democratic Alternative for South Africa ( IDASA)
Statement by IDASA Delegation on their visit to the USSR, 1989 April 1 - 10
Joint Communiqué: Soviet Afro-Asian Solidarity Committee and IDASA, 1989 April
Institute for International Relations (Bonn)
1984 - 1987
Inyandza National Movement (Also see: Countries - South Africa/'Independent States'/Homelands: Kangwane)
Report, "Estimates of Revenue and Expenditure for the year ending 31 December 1986"
Miscellaneous Agenda, Meeting between Inyandza delegation and ANC
Unitry and Federal Forms of Transition, Jeremy Ive, 1987 October - November
"The Implications for future constitutional settlement in South Africa of recent and prospective developments in the structures of central government," Jeremy Ive and John Ashcroft, 1988 February
"Alternative strategies to overcome low income white fears of unemployment," Michael Schluter and David Porteous, 1988 February
Lawyers for Human Rights
Representation to The South African Law Commission on a Bill of Rights for South Africa, 1990 January
Lawyers for Human Rights and Death Squads in South Africa
National African Federated Chamber of Commerce ( NAFCOC)
Statement, Joint Communiqué of the Meeting of NAFCOC and ANC, Lusaka, 1986 May 27
Press Release re meeting between delegation from NAFCOC led by its President, Dr. S. M. Motsuenyane and Geoffrey Howe, Pretoria, 1986 July 24
National Conference of Black Lawyers
Activities Report, 1972 December 1
National Peace Accord ( South Africa)
Media Package (5 items)
National Seoposengwe Party
Paper, Tabled by the Secretariat at a Special Conference of the Party, Huhgudi/Vryburg, 1984 April 28 - 29
Challenges and Tasks ahead, 1990 December 10
Statement of Aims and Principles
New England Circle
Pamphlet, Includes extract on Oliver Tambo, Parker House, Boston, Massachusetts, 1985 April 30
Organisation of African Unity
General Report covering OAU activities, 1963-1973
Report of the Administrative Secretary-General, 1968-1972
Administrative Secretary Generals Reports of the OAU to Botswana, 1968 June 9 - 24
Statement by Olajide Alo ( Nigeria), Rapporteur, at the 118th Meeting of The Special Committee on the Policies of Apartheid of the Government of the Republic of South Africa, 1969 June 26
Memorandum submitted by ZAPU/ ANC Alliance to Heads of State on occasion of 6th Summit Meeting of OAU, 1969
Council of Ministers - 16th Ordinary Session, Addis Ababa, 1971 February - March
Council of Ministers - 17th Ordinary Session, Addis Ababa, 1971 June
Report of the Administrative Secretary General, 1972 June - May
Minutes of the Meeting with the Representatives of the Liberation Movements on the preparations for 10th Anniversary of OAU, 1973 February 23
International Conference of Experts for the Support of Victims of Colonialism and Apartheid in Southern Africa, Oslo, Norway, 1973 April 9 - 14
Report of the 21st Ordinary Session of the Co-ordinating Committee for the Liberation of Africa to the 20th Session of the Council of Ministers, Addis Ababa, 1973 May
21st Ordinary Session
Secretary-General’s Report on the Working of the Executive Secretariat of the Co-ordination Committee for the Liberation of Africa
Note - Presenting the Report of the Administrative Secretary-General
Report by ANC delegates of the 10th Anniversary Summits, Addis Ababa and the 10th Ordinary OAU Session of the Heads of State and Governments
Statement issued by the ANC on the occasion of the 10th Anniversary of the OAU
Commemorative Publication, OAU - 10th Summit Anniversary
Publication, OAU News Bulletin, 1973 October - November
Reports, March - May - Co-ordinating Committee for The Liberation of Africa
23 Ordinary Session, 1974 June
Publication, October Star (5 items), 1974 June 10 - 16
24th Ordinary Session of the Council of Ministers, Addis Ababa, 1975 February 13 - 21
9th Extraordinary Session of the Council of Ministers on South Africa, Dar es Salaam, 1975 April 7 - 10
Rapporteur’s Report on AOU/ OATUU Symposium on conditions of African Workers in Territories still under Colonial and/or Racial Domination, Dar es Salaam, 1975 April 21 - 25
Co-ordinating Committee for the Liberation of Africa (Committee of Eighteen), Dar es Salaam, 1975 May
25th Ordinary Session of the Liberation Committee, Rabat, Morocco, 1975 June 9 - 13
Council of Ministers 29 Ordinary Session
Draft, The Lagos Declaration for Action against Apartheid, 1977 August 25
16th Ordinary Session of the Assembly of Heads of State and Government, Monrovia, Liberia, 1979 July
33rd Ordinary Session of the Council of Ministers, Monrovia, Liberia, 1979 July
OAU Strategy for Liberation of South Africa, Document presented by the ANC, "The New Situation in Southern Africa and the position of the oppressed majority in a Apartheid South Africa"
Draft Resolution on South Africa - Coordination Committee for the Liberation of Africa, 34th Ordinary Session, Dar es Salaam, 1980 January 21 - 25
Draft Resolution on Southern Africa: 42 Ordinary Session, Dar es Salaam, 1984 September
Includes 22 Assembly of Heads of State and Government (Programme/Statements/Declarations/Speech).
Report on activities, 1986 June 1 - 1987 May 31
Declarations and Resolutions
48th Ordinary Session
Statement by Flt-Lt Rawlings on occasion of the 25th Anniversary of the founding of the OAU
Draft resolution on SA
Co-ordination Committee for the Liberation of Africa, 1988 May
49th Session of The Council of Ministers - Resolution on Namibia
Communiqué/Motion of the Ad Hoc Committee of Heads of State and Government on Southern Africa, Harare
Report on the Mission of the Ministerial Delegation to Washington, D. C.
25th Ordinary Session - Assembly of Heads of State and Government, Election of Members of the African Commission on Human and People's Rights/Speech by President Mohamed Hosni Moubarak
ANC Statement to the OAU Summit, 1989 July
Draft/Declaration of the OAU Ad-Hoc Committee on Southern Africa on the Question of South Africa, Harare, 1989 August 21
Reports of the ANC to the OAU Monitoring Group, 1990 May 2
27th Ordinary Session: Assembly of Heads of State and Government, Abuja, Nigeria - Abuja Declaration on South Africa, 1991 June 3 - 5
Miscellaneous (12 items)
Organization of Solidarity of The Peoples of Africa, Asia and Latin America ( OSPAAL)
Tricontinental, No.88/4, 1983
Pan Africanist Congress ( PAC)
Reports and Papers
Miscellaneous--Azania or Zinjisland
"The Pan Africanist Congress exists to subvert the South African Liberation Struggle," A. B. Ngcobo (Treasurer-General of PAC), 1967 September 27
Azania News, 1973 February
Azania Combat, 1975
Pamphlet--"Who are the Africanists?"
Preferential Trade Area for Eastern and Southern African States
Report of the First Extraordinary Meeting of the Authority, Bujumbura, Burundi, 1986 May 27 - 28
Synopsis of PTA Implementation Activities, 1989 July - December
Progressive Federal Party ( PFP)
Statement by Oliver Tambo (Includes notes) addressed to either Frederick Van Zyl Slabbert or Alex Borraine re their withdrawal from parliament, circa 1986
Correspondence, Reports, Minutes, Press Releases, Statements and Publications.
Report to Socialist International Mission to Southern Africa, 1977 September 2 - 11
Correspondence between Bernt Carlsson and Oliver Tambo re talks given by Oliver Tambo to the delegation of the Socialist International’s mission, 1977 November 11
1978 January - May
Socialist International Conference on Disarmament, Helsinki, 1978 April 24 - 26
1978 June - December
Second 1978 Bureau Meeting of the Socialist International, Dakar, 1978 May 12 - 13
ICSDW Bulletin, Women under Apartheid, 1978 May/June
Summary report of the proceedings and decisions of the Socialist International Bureau, Oslo, 1980 June 12 - 13
Correspondence, invitation of a representative of the ANC to attend as observer the Bureau meeting, Paris, 1981 September 24 - 25
Proceedings and Decisions of The Socialist International Bureau Meeting, Paris, 1981 September
Press Release, " Socialist International Mission to Southern Africa," 1982 January 26
Socialist International Statement on Southern Africa
Minutes of the Bureau Meeting of The Socialist International, Helsinki, 1982 May 26 -27
Communiqué on the Arusha Conference on Southern Africa between representative member parties of the Socialist International and parties of the Front Line States, SWAPO and ANC, 1983 March 12
Correspondence, invitation to send representatives of ANC to attend as observers the Congress of the Socialist International, Albufeira, Southern Portugal, 1983 April 7 - 10
Invitation extended to Oliver Tambo, Meeting of the Bureau of the Socialist International, Slangerup, Denmark, 1984 April 25 - 26
South Africa Beyond Apartheid ( SABA) [South African/American Academic Research Project], Project Outline
South African Black Alliance, Provisional Constitution
South African Communist Party (SACP)
Correspondence (1 item), 1987
Correspondence between Dan Tloome (Chairman - SACP) and Thabo Mbeki re release of Joe Slovo from his functions as Chief of Staff of Umkhonto we Sizwe
Chairman of SACP, Yussuf M. Dadoo addresses meeting of Moscow working people devoted to 50th Anniversary of USSR
Speech delivered by Joe Slovo on the occasion of the celebration of the 60th Anniversary of the SACP, Maputo, 1981 July 30
SACP Statement on the International Situation, undated
Statement of Central Committee of the SACP, The Working Class is the Key, 1985 January
Miscellaneous Circulars, Bulletins, Discussion Documents (5 items)
Publications and Pamphlets (5 items)
Commemorating the death of the National Chairman, Dr. Yusuf Dadoo (2 items)
The African Communist, No.104/First Quarter, 1986
"The Path to Power," Programme of the SACP as Adopted at the 7th Congress, 1989
"A Distant Clap of Thunder, Fortieth Anniversary of the 1946 Mine Strike," A Salute by the SACP to South Africa's Black Mine Workers
Miscellaneous (3 items)
Items include Newspaper clippings and obituary of Yusuf Dadoo.
South African Front/ South African United Front
Correspondence, Reports and Statements (13 items), 1960-1961
Statement on behalf of the South Africa United Front, Oliver Tambo and Vusumzi L. Make
Comments and Observations on United Front and After by Judy Coburn (Includes notes made by Oliver Tambo)
South African Congress of Trade Unions ( SACTU)
Correspondence (11 items), 1969-1973
Reports and Memoranda
Report by SACTU's Observers, Comrades M. Shope and R E Simons to the 54th Session of the ILO Conference, Geneva, 1970 June 3 - 25
Memorandum submitted by SACTU to the 56th Session of the ILO Conference, Geneva, 1971 June 2 - 25
Report of SACTU activities to the enlarged NEC of the ANC (Handwritten), 1974 May
Statement and Speeches
Message to the Workers and Peoples of South Africa on the occasion of the 7th February, International Day of Solidarity with the Workers and Peoples of SA
Address by Mark Shope to the 100th Anniversary of the birth of Vladimir Lenin on behalf of the ANC, Lusaka, 1970 April 13
Broadcast message to the South African workers on the occasion of the 16th anniversary of the founding of SACTU, M. Shope, 1971 March 5
Press Release, 1989
Miscellaneous Agenda, 1989
South African Labour Party
Minutes of the 14th Annual Party Conference, Port Elizabeth, 1979 December 27 - 29
South African Students' Organisation (SASO)
Correspondence, Circular letter to SRC President ( All South African Universities) re SASO, 1970
Miscellaneous, Incomplete Statement re SASO activities
South African Studies Project, Ltd. ( SASPRO), 1989-1990
Memoranda and Minutes (5 items)
Report on the Deliberations of the Workshop on Rural Strategies and the Land Question, Harare, 1989 May 18 - 20
Southern Africa Committee
Southern Africa - A Monthly Survey of News and Opinion, Vol. VI, No.4, 1973 April
Southern African Development Coordination Conference (SADCC)
Reports, Speeches, Statements and Press Cutting (8 items), 1985-1989
Swedish International Development Authority (SIDA)
Correspondence, Minutes and Miscellaneous items (6 items)
Includes Minutes, Consultations in Lusaka, May 1986, between the ANC and Sweden concerning humanitarian assistance.
Third World Prize
Report: TransAfrica’s Report Card on U S Sanctions against South Africa, (An assessment of the conditions required to lift sanctions and a selected list of 62 current apartheid laws), 1991 March 12
TransAfrica News, Vol.10, No.1), 1991 Winter
Unemployed and Poverty Action Council ( UPAC)/USA
United Democratic Front (UDF)
Statemen, United Democratic Front Founding Congress, Cape Town, (Issued by Department of Information and Publicity), 1983 August 20 - 21
Correspondence with Oliver Tambo.
International Labour Office (ILO) (4 items), 1986, 1989
Correspondents include Francis Blanchard (Director-General); Bertil Bolin; James I. Othieno (Director). Subjects include invitation to be represented at the 72nd Session of International Labour Office, Geneva, 1986; announcement of the retirement of James I. Othieno (Director of the ILO Lusaka Office/successor, E. Kenneth Andoh.
United Nations Children’s Fund ( UNICEF, 12 items), 1988-1989
Subjects include Harare Symposium; North south roundtable Meeting on Southern Africa, Harare, 1988; preliminary report of the Third Pan-African Symposium - Artists and Intellectuals for African Children: The Bamako Initiative or Community Participation in Sustaining Child Survival and Development.
United Nations educational, scientific and cultural organization ( UNESCO, 8 items), 1975-1986
Correspondents include Amadou-Mahtar M’Bow; D. Diene (Deputy Assistant-Director General); John E. Fobes (Deputy Director-General). Subjects include 97th Session of the Executive Board, Paris, 1975; observer status accorded to the ANC at the 35th session of the International Conference on Education, Geneva, 1975; First International Conference of Ministers and senior Officials Responsible for Physical Education and Sport in the Education of Youth, Paris, 1976; Special Intergovernmental Committee of Technical and Legal experts to Prepare a Draft International Recommendation for the Protection of Translators; Third UNESCO/ WMO International Conference on Hydrology and scientific Bases of water resources Management, Geneva, 1987; International meeting of experts "Poverty and Progress" Paris, 1986; invitation to participate in the launching of the Paris Appeal - World Food Day, 1987.
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (5 items), 1985-1990
Correspondents include Sergio Vieira de Mello; Alfred Nzo; A. B. M. Saied; Thorvald Stoltenberg. Subjects include invitation to participate in the 36th Session of the Executive Committee of the High Commissioner's Programme; evacuation and resettlement of ANC members from LesothoM; invitation to attend the 37th session of the Executive Committee of the High Commissioner's Programme; Throvald Stoltenberg's resignation as UN High commissioner for Refugees.
United Nations Special Committee against Apartheid/Centre against Apartheid
1975-1976 (5 items)
Subjects include invitation to attend a Seminar on South Africa organised by the Special Committee against Apartheid, UNESCO Headquarters, Paris, 1975; invitation to attend a meeting and press conference in observance of the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination; invitation to attend an International Seminar on the Eradication of Apartheid and in Support of the Struggle for Liberation in South Africa, Havana, 1976.
1981-1990 (15 items)
Correspondents include Iqbal Akhund (Assistant Secretary-General, Centre against Apartheid); J. N. Garba (Chairman - Special Committee against Apartheid); Alhaji Yussuff Maitama-Sule (Chairman, Special Committee against Apartheid). Subjects include Oliver Tambo to address a special meeting of the Special Committee against Apartheid, New York, 1981; message of support and solidarity on behalf of the Special Committee against Apartheid; invitation to attend a meeting of the Special Committee against Apartheid in observance of the Day of Solidarity with South African Political Prisoners; International Conference on Women and Children under Apartheid organised by the Special Committee against Apartheid, visit by the Committee delegation to Lusaka re issues on women and children; invitation to attend a special session in observance of the 25th anniversary of the Sharpeville massacre; invitation to attend a meeting in observance of the Day of Solidarity with South African Political Prisoners; invitation to celebrate the 70th Birthday of Nelson Mandela; East Asian Seminar on Concerted International Action against Apartheid; Correspondence between Sam C. Nolutshungu and Abdenour Abrous re "the need for international participation in the process of constitutional transition in South Africa".
UN Special Committee against Apartheid, E. S. Reddy
1968-1990 (25 items)
Subjects include invitation extended to Oliver Tambo to present a paper for the Special Committee on Apartheid, Stockholm, 1968; Oliver Tambo’s address at Lagos; issues around support/contributions to the ANC; establishment of the Lutuli Memorial Foundation; 10th anniversary of the first meeting of the Special Committee on Apartheid; seminar on South Africa organised by the Special Committee against Apartheid, Paris 1975; invitation to participate in the observance of the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination; World Conference for Action against Apartheid, Lagos, 1977; personal questions surrounding the effectiveness of the Special Committee against Apartheid; E. S. Reddy’s activities during his "retirement" from the Special Committee against Apartheid; preparation of a collection of Oliver Tambo's speeches at UN meetings/conferences for publication (See also: Speeches and statements).
Miscellaneous (23 items), 1960-1990
Correspondents includes Fourth Committee; UN Council for Namibia; UNCTAD; UN Information Centre; Inter Action Council; UN Environment Programme ( UNEP); UN Institute for Planning and research ( UNITAR). Subjects include Oliver Tambo seeks permission to appear before the Fourth Committee re the situation in South West Africa; drafting of a Constitution for the UN Industrial Development Organisation; invitation to attend the UN Council for Namibia’s Symposium: "A century of heroic struggle of the Namibian people against colonial occupation" (1884-1984); UN Conference on the Law of Treaties between States and International Organizations or between International Organizations; UN Radio service, documentary to commemorate the thirty-first anniversary of the Freedom Charter; reimbursement of expenses after participating in the World Conference on Sanctions against Racist South Africa; invitation to attend the Annual session of the Inter Action Policy Board, Harare, 1988; invitation to attend the 10th Graduation Ceremony of the UN Institute for Namibia; invitation to attend the special session of the Governing Council of the UNEP.
Non-governmental organizations in consultative status with the UN and its related agencies (5 items), 1986-1989
Correspondents include International Association of Democratic Lawyers; UN Association of Great Britain and Northern Ireland; World Federation of UN Associations ( WFUNA). Subjects include invitation to participate in the commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the International Association of Democratic Lawyers, Theme of this celebration--The United Nations System under challenge, international cooperation, the right to development and the safeguarding of peace; UNA/ UNHCR Refugee Appeal; campaign organised by WFUNA and linked to the 70th Anniversary of Nelson Mandela; invitation to participate in the 32 Plenary Assembly of WFUNA: "Safeguarding Global Security and the United Nations - Political, Socio-Economic and Humanitarian Aspects".
Correspondence with the ANC.
Correspondence (14 items), 1970-1990
Miscellaneous (3 items), 1968-1969
Special Service Agreement
Proposals - Sanctions and Material Aid - 1969 August 13
Unity Movement of South Africa
Interview on Zimbabwean Television with I. B. Tabata, President of The Unity Movement, 1971 February 28
APDUSA ( African People’s Democratic Union of Southern Africa, Affiliated to the Unity Movement), 1970 September/October
University of the Western Cape (UWC)
Proposal sent by Jakes Gerwel to Aziz Pahad re creation of a new school of public administration at UWC, 1990 October 18
Ruth First Memorial Colloquium (17 items), 1992 August
Introduction, Programme and Papers.
War on Want
Memorandum, War on Want Support to ANC
World Federation of Democratic Youth (WFDY)
Appeal on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution.
News Service, No.1, 8th IUS Congress, 1965 January
WFDY News, No. 56, No. 58, No. 1-2, 1966 July/August, 1966 November/December, 1967 January, 1967 Feburary/March
World Peace Council
Correspondence and Statement (9 items), 1974, 1977-1978
Correspondence and Statements (15 items), 1985 December - 1987 March
Correspondence, Press Releases and statements (25 items), 1989 January - May
Correspondence, Press Releases and statements (21 items), 1989 June - December, 1990
Miscellaneous (5 items)
Message to Ramesh Chandra on his 65th Birthday from office of Secretary General, 1984 April 11
Statement of Acceptance of the Ho Chi Minh Award bestowed on the ANC by the World Peace Council, Luanda, 1986 December 15
Other miscellaneous items relating to peace organisations affiliated to the World Peace Council (3 items)
International Mobilisation, published by the WPC in Cooperation with UN Centre against Apartheid (6 items), 1981-1983
Azania (Debate over renaming of South Africa)
"Azania as a new name for South Africa" (Draft)
Azania, Geographically and Historically Wrong Name for South Africa (Paper published in form of a pamphlet)
Correspondence (5 items), 1970, 1972, 1989
Notice of a Workshop, "The churches and the liberation of Southern Africa" (Africa 200/ Mindolo Ecumenical Foundation), 1972
Ananda Marga Mission congratulates ANC on its continued fight against apartheid, 1989
Reports, Memoranda and Minutes (11 items)
Items include Dialogue between the Southern African Liberation Movements ( ANC, PAC and SWAPO) and the Churches, Lusaka, 1987 May 4 - 8.
Memorandum to the State President, Presented by Dr. Allan Boesak, Dr. Frank Chikane and Archbishop Desmond Tutu, 1989 October 11
"Did development co-operation reach the needy population, did it support them on their way towards liberation and self-reliance?" (a co-statement made at the EZE-Workshop on Development Cooperation, EZE on Trial by Sibusiso M. Bengu.)
Miscellaneous Publications (2 items)
World Council of Churches ( WCC)
Correspondence between Rev. Joan B. Campbell (Executive Director, United States Office, WCC) and Thabo Mbeki re the delegation meeting with the ANC, 1986
WCC Executive Committee decision to support organisations combating racism, (Church reactions/profiles on recipient organisations - Frelimo/ PAIGC ( Partido Africano de Independencia da Guinea e Cabo Verde), 1970 September
The WCC and International Banking in Southern Africa Central Committee, West-Berlin, 1974 August 11 - 18
Miscellaneous (2 items)
Publications (3 items)
"Challenge to the Churches," report of a Consultation on The Church and the Liberation of Southern Africa, Kitwe, Zambia, 1976 November 25 - 30
WCC statements and actions on racism, 1948 - 1979
"The Churches' Search for Justice and Peace in Southern Africa," Report on Meeting in Lusaka, 1987 May 4 - 8
Miscellaneous Report, "Victims of apartheid on Death Row," circa 1989 February
News Releases (2 items)
Stay of execution for 'Sharpeville Six'/Nadel statement on executions, 1988.
List of Political Prisoners in South Africa prepared by International Defence and Aid Fund, 1974 September 1
2nd report on arrests, detentions and trials of members and supporters of: SASO, BPC, BAWU, TECON, BCP Issued by The Program of Social Change, 1974 December 23
Publications (2 items)
ADAC News ( Detention Action Committee Newsletter): No.5, 1983 April
Amnesty International Circulars re Arrests, Legal Concern, Fear of Ill-Treatment of Detainees, 1990 March 23 - April 3
Disinvestment and Sanctions (See also: Special Topics - Oil Embargo)
Correspondence (1 item)
Evidence of US firms violating the trade embargo directed against South Africa, 1986.
ANC Sanctions folder
Items include Correspondence between Gill Marcus and Johnny Makatini, 1986; "The people of South Africa call for sanctions," "Impose sanctions to assist the people of South Africa's fight for freedom," "Economic sanctions and the boycott of South African goods."
Brief on exposés of British business in South Africa, ANC, 1973 March 28
The economic impact of sanctions against South Africa, Starnberger Institute, 1987 July
Summary of Starnberger study
Speeches, Papers, Policy Documents
"Economic sanctions against South Africa," a policy document based on the Study Conference on Sanctions against South Africa, prepared by J. Symonds, Anti-Apartheid Movement, UK, 1962 June 23
International Conference on Sanctions against South Africa, points for working paper on the Declaration, 1981 April 4
"Sanctions: The Path to Peaceful Change," Address by Shridath S. Ramphal (Commonwealth Secretary-General) to the World Conference on Sanctions against Racist South Africa, Paris, 1986 June 16
"Working paper by the chairman of the Preparatory Committee for the Declaration of The World Conference on Sanctions against Racist South Africa," 1986 June 16 - 20
"The Case for Mandatory Economic Sanctions Against South Africa," ANC, 1981
Text of statement by Abdul S. Minty to a closed session of the Security Council Committee on the arms embargo against South Africa, "Anti-Apartheid World Campaign against military and nuclear collaboration with South Africa," 1983 September 23
Academic Contacts with South Africa, M. P. K. Sorrenson, Professor of History, University of Auckland, 1985 March 29
Sanctions, Frene Ginwala, London, 1990 March 17
ANC President Oliver Tambo Calls for Sanctions
Barclays Shadow Report, 1981-1984
Bills, United Kingdom
Elections, before 1990
Reports (6 items)
Circulars, Reports, Papers (6 items)
Permanent Secretariat of the African Committee for Union Coordination and Action against Apartheid and Colonialism (Circular No.03/74)
Report on Seminar "Profile of Black Skills, Manpower Distribution, Education and Skills Training in South Africa," 1988 July 19 - 20
Mosebetsi: The Story of a South African Worker (Vuyisile Mini)
Appeal to the Black Workers of South Africa on their struggle for demands for higher wages, trade union rights and better conditions of life and work
Military and Defence
Appeal, White Paper, Publications, Press Cuttings (6 items)
Appeal: International Conference against Imperialist Military Bases in the Indian Ocean and for making Indian Ocean a zone of peace, New Delhi, 1974 August 27 - 29
White Paper on Defence and Armaments Supply, 1982
Pamphlet-- National Security
Paratus, 1979 May
Reports and Papers (2 items)
" South Africa's National Question"
"The National Question in South Africa"
Oil Embargo (See also: Special Topics - Disinvestment/ Sanctions)
Correspondence (9 items), 1974
Documents of the Research and Action Group on Oil: No.1 - 4, 1974 January
Miscellaneous (4 items)
Items include Appeal for an Oil Embargo against South Africa; Notes taken by Oliver Tambo from the Rand Daily Mail (1985) re consequences of disinvestment.
Publications (3 items)
"Oil - A Weapon against Apartheid. Proposals for Action to Cut off South Africa's Supply of Oil," Paper presented at International Seminar on an Oil Embargo against South Africa, 1980 March 14 - 16
Secret Oil Deliveries to South Africa 1981 - 1982, Shipping Research Bureau/Amsterdam
Newsletter of the Oil Embargo against South Africa, 1986 May
Report--"Draft Report of the Sub-Committee for the Release of Political Prisoners"
Greeting Cards and Messages
Items include Greetings to Helen Joseph on her 80 Birthday from political prisoners on Robben Island ( Nelson Mandela, A. N. Kathrada, A. Mlangeni, Walter Sisulu...).
South African Government
P. W. Botha
Correspondence (2 items)
re Rev. Chikane's reaction to a letter sent to Archbishop Tutu by P. W. Botha, 1988 March.
Statements (2 items)
EPG, Botha’s Intent and British position (30 April 1986) [includes attached press cuttings).
F. W. de Klerk
Correspondence (2 items)
Items include Statement by Dirk Coetzee to F. W. de Klerk.
Speeches and Statements (4 items)
Includes Statement in reaction to decision of NEC to send a delegation, 1990 February; Address by F. W. de Klerk to the Institute of Directors, London, 1991 April 23.
Comment/Points to note in De Klerk Speech, Frene Ginwala, London, 1990 February 7
Quo Vadis De Klerk?, Frene Ginwala
Special Cabinet Committee: Memorandum on Constitutional Development in South Africa, 1984 August
The White Paper on Urbanisation
Speech and Statement--Other NP Ministers
Speech by J. C. Heunis, Minister of Constitutional Development and Planning during his budget vote in Parliament, 1989 May 5
"Return of Refugees," Statement by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. R. F. Botha, 1991 March 21
Miscellaneous (7 items)
Includes Strategy for the expansion of the NP in Soweto and its neighbouring townships; Pamphlet-- ...and what about the BLACK PEOPLE? Dr. Stoffel van der Merwe; Proposed Plan of Action of the NP, Election, 1989 September 6.
Newsletter of the International Campaign Against Apartheid Sport and the South African Non-Racial Olympic Committee, Sport and Apartheid, Vol.1, No.5, 1989 March
Fire Damage Inspection Report/House in Umlazi Township, Kwa Zulu, University of Natal/Built Environment Support Group
Confidential Interim Report on the Violence in Natal: Commissioner Mr. Advocate R. S. Douglas
Statements and Resolutions
ANC Press Statement of the Wave of Violence, 1990 September 13
Resolutions of the NEC on Violence, 1990 September 18 - 19
Resolution arising from the report of the ANC/ COSATU National Working Committee on Violence, 1990 September 20
Announcement by the State President on Measures to Terminate the Violence, 1990 September 20
Miscellaneous Press Cutting
IDAF Information, No. 90, "The Natal Violence," 1990 August 4
The Workers Movement, SACTU and the ANC - a struggle for Marxist policies
South Africa's Impending Socialist Revolution - Perspective of the Marxist Workers' Tendency of the ANC (Inqaba/Ya Basebenzi publication), circa 1982 May
Pamphlets (2 items)
Women Organised, A Fedsaw Commemorative Pamphlet
Repeals on Apartheid Laws,Desegregation of Public Facilities
Assassinations, Threats and Killings
Bill of Rights
Defiance Campaigns--Republic Day Protests, 1981, 1991
Destabilisation against Frontline and SADCC States
Ecology, etc. Conservation and Rural Development
Education in South Africa and Tanzania (See also Scholars and Students)
Exiles and Expatriates
Evolution and South Africa
The Future South Africa
Non Governmental Organisations (NGOs)
Police and Prisoners Civil Rights Union, etc.
Political Prisoners and Juveniles
Radio SA Commentaries
Racism, Global Struggles vs
Vol.1 Mandela in UK, 1990 July
Mandela and IRA, 1990 July
Vol.2 Mandela in Africa, 1990
Mandela in India, 1990
Mandela in Japan, 1990-1991
Vol.3 United States - Mandela’s visits
Various articles, 1981-1986, 1991
Vol.6 OAU and OCOWAS
Vol.7 De Klerk's Travels, 1990-1991
Vol.8 Cultural Boycott
Self Defence Units
Security Guards (Civilian)
SADCC ( Southern African Development Coordination Conference)
States of Emergencies, 1986 June, 1990
Students and Scholars (See: Education)
Spy Networks/Rightwing Killings/Third Force/Harms Commission (See: Right Wing)
United Front, Moves towards
Violence: Cape and OFS
Violence: Natal, 1990-1991
Violence, Transvaal (Subfile: Alexandra)
Violence, The Politics of
Violence and Traditional Weapons
Violence, ANC Ultimatum to De Klerk, 1991 April
Africa: Ethiopia; Eritrea; Zaire; Congo; Senegal; Somalia
Ghana; Liberia; Nigeria; Sudan
Africa, South Africa’s role in
Eastern Block Countries
Indian Ocean Area
Links with Latin America
War Graves - Natal
British Labour Party
Margaret Thatcher's visit to South Africa
Apartheid Presidents--Verwoerd, Vorster, Botha
Buthelezi, Mangosuthu G.
De Klerk, F. W.
1971, 1980-1990 (General)
Copies of Nhân Dân, Vietnam visit of Oliver Tambo, 1978 October
USA Visit, 1987
Various press articles re Oliver Tambo
African National Congress
Conference Preparation, 1991
Future SA Constitution
Organisation and Administration
ANC/ SACP/ NP Relations
Stay Away Protests
Umkonto we Sizwe
Anti-Apartheid Youth Front
Labour Party (SA)
Plans for a new Constitution
Pan Africanist Congress
South African Communist Party ( SACP)
South African Defence Force ( SADF)
United Democratic Front ( UDF)
Series D: Press Cuttings, undated
This series was not microfilmed.