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Thank You Programme Director, Provincial Secretary Comrade David Makhura Lelapa laha Nkoe Mme le bana ba Comrade Ephraim Nkoe Friends of Comrade Ephraim, in particular Comrade Rapu Molekane NEC...
Publication date: 11 May 2013
Ministers and Deputy Ministers, Representatives of all sectors, Fellow South Africans, Good morning to you all. Thank you for joining us on this important occasion. The year 2014 represents a...
Publication date: 11 March 2014
The Speaker of the National Assembly, The Chairperson of the National Council of Provinces, Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly and Deputy Chairperson of the NCOP, Deputy President Cyril...
Publication date: 12 February 2015
The President of the Progressive Professionals Forum (PPF), Mr Jimmy Manyi, Esteemed Members of the PPF,  Ladies and gentlemen I am humbled by the honour to share a few thoughts and...
Publication date: 2 August 2013
In the name of the National Executive Committee of the African National Congress of South Africa and on behalf of the struggling people of South Africa, I thank members most sincerely for giving us...
Publication date: 20 November 1984
The Executive Governor of the Province of Hubei, Mr Li Xiansheng, our distinguished hosts, honoured guests, fellow South Africans, ladies and gentlemen; It is a distinct honour for me to have been...
Publication date: 11 August 2010
SALUTATION Programme director, Ms. Mpumi Mpofu, Honourable Minister of Transport, Mr. Jeff Radebe Premier of KwaZulu-Natal, Mr. Sibusiso Ndebele, Secretary General of ICAO, Dr. Taïeb Chérif,...
Programme Director, Deputy Chairperson, Comrade Gwen Ramokgopa Secretary General, Comrade Gwede Mantashe NEC Deployees here present Provincial Secretary, Comrade David Makhura and Office Bearers...
Publication date: 24 February 2013
From the 2nd to the 7th July 1991, 2,244 delegates representing 760,000 members met in the 48th National Conference of the African National Congress. This conference was the first of its kind held...
Publication date: 13 July 1991
Dear friends and fellow countrymen, The opening of a new year is the occasion for the exchange of greetings. From this southern part of the world of progressive peoples, we send our sincere and...
Author: O. R. Tambo
Publication date: 1 January 1971
Since the banning of the African National Congress on April, 1960, three conferences which were in the nature of general consultations have been held by the A.N.C. The first of these was held at...
Author: O. R. Tambo
Publication date: March 1969
Comrades-in-arms and fellow fighters in the struggle for freedom: On December 16, 1961, a national army - Umkhonto we Sizwe - was born to resume the armed resistance of our fathers, this time...
Author: O. R. Tambo
Publication date: 16 December 1969
(Abridged text) For over fifty years the African National Congress has led the people of South Africa in the struggle for freedom. For over fifty years it has been the sword and shield of the people...
Author: O. R. Tambo
Publication date: 26 June 1969
Contents Extracts from the Political Report of the National Executive Committee to the Consultative Conference of the ANC The Freedom Charter; Revolutionary Programme of the ANC Strategy...
Author: O. R. Tambo
Publication date: 25 April - 1 May 1969
Mr. President,  Your Imperial Majesty,  Your Royal Majesty,  Your Excellencies and distinguished guests, Allow me on behalf of the liberation movements, the revolutionary...
Author: O. R. Tambo
Publication date: 13 – 16 September 1968
In the course of my address to the session of the Special Committee on Apartheid in Stockholm, I asked the Chairman, Ambassador Marof, to convey to Your Excellency the gratitude of my colleagues and...
Author: O. R. Tambo
Publication date: 29 June 1968
Power to the People! Matla! Mayibuye! We have come a long way from the day 18 years ago when the Nationalist Government police shot down and killed in cold blood 18 unarmed and undefended,...
Author: O. R. Tambo
Publication date: 26 June 1968
Mr. Chairman, Your Excellencies,  distinguished representatives and guests: Permit me first of all, Sir, to express the gratitude of the African National Congress for the invitation...
Author: O. R. Tambo
Publication date: June 18, 1968
Twenty years ago last month, a minority of the white minority in South Africa, steeped in the doctrines Hitler sought to impose by force on mankind, seized political power from another section of the...
Author: O. R. Tambo
Publication date: 1 June 1968
This is a joyful day for all of us. It is a day of celebration for all the people of our country. Those who have chosen to turn their backs on our festivity are the small minority who continue to...
Author: O. R. Tambo
Publication date: 29 October 1989

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The Mafika Pascal Gwala Annual lecture was initiated by South African History Online in 2015 and is run in partnership with both the University of Kwa Zulu Natal (UKZN) and the National Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences (NIHSS). 

Gwala was a prominent South African poet, activist and intellectual whose life and work played a leading role in giving form to the debate about ‘a people’s culture’ in the 1970’s and 1980’s.

The primary aim of these lectures is to inspire the present generation of artists and academics to revisit the pivotal role of artists in promoting debate on human rights issues. The lecture series is in line with South African History Online’s objective of compiling a comprehensive history of the arts.

Rose Sonto describes student organizing in his high school in Malteno, in the Eastern Cape, in 1969, well before the Soweto Uprising of 1976. The main political influence on him at that time was the Black Consciousness Movement.

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