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As a general rule there is not much we can do to change or alter the objective conditions that militate against larger-scale radicalisation of the Indian masses. But we must guard against a view that...
ANC-ZAPU alliance From: Sechaba, October 1967 Furious fighting has been and is taking place in various parts of Southern Rhodesia. From the thirteenth of this month, the area of Wankie has been the...
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Presidential Address to the 46th Annual Conference of the African National Congress, Durban, December 12-14, 1958 Sons and Daughters of Afrika, Nationalist Returned to Power We meet for our 46th...
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Including "The Atlantic Charter from the Standpoint of Africans within the Union of South Africa" and "Bill of Rights," Adopted by the ANC Annual Conference PREFACE In the following pages the...
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Our bases are inside South Africa Question: Since the car bomb explosion in Pretoria there has been talk of a change of strategy by the ANC. Has there really been any change? TAMBO: There hasn`t...
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Question: In the January 8 statement of the National Executive Committee this year, prominent mention is given to the cultural field. How would you briefly define culture and the task of the artist...
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Presidential Address to the 47th Annual Conference of the African National Congress Durban, 12 December 1959 The Annual Report of the Secretary-General and the Presidential Address will have...
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The African National Congress (ANC) is saddened to learn of the passing-on of Cde Basil “Jomo” Mavuso, a former MK combatant in Nova Catenga, a military training camp, south of Angola and an MK...
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The first question the President of the ANC was asked is whether he was satisfied, or the ANC satisfied about the level of support that is emanating from the member States of the OAU. TAMBO: We...
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Reaction Takes the Offensive After the first attempted march on Johannesburg on 4 August, and the partial stay-at-home which kept at least 60 per cent of the labour force away from work, the SSRC...
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National leadership of the ANC and the Alliance, ANC Provincial Chairperson, Comrade Ace Magashule and the provincial leadership, Leadership of uMkhonto we Sizwe Military Veterans Association, (...
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It used to be that the ANC was set up much more like the Zion Christian Church (ZCC), the biggest, the largest and the strongest African initiated church in world, that has its headquarters in South...
Author: Chris Kanyane
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Mr Dali Tambo and the entire Tambo family, Esteemed Trustees and Founding Members of the Oliver and Adelaide Tambo Foundation, Ministers and Deputy Ministers, ANC Officials and NEC members,...
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From the book: My Spirit Is Not Banned by Frances Baard and Barbie Schreiner One day when I got up to go to work it was very cold, and it was raining outside. It was in the middle of June, in...
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Programme Director Leadership of the Organisation of Cde. Oliver Tambo and the Alliance Business Community Comrades Patriots Ladies and Gentlemen Let me start by saying it is very...
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Oliver Reginald Tambo, leader of the African National Congress in exile for thirty years, died on 23 April 1993. Yet his legacy lives on. Comrade O.R. left us a significant and enduring heritage, one...
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From: Lessons of the 1950s By Richard Monroe, March-May 1984 Chapter 3 - The Rise of the ANC When the mass movement recovered at the end of the 1940s, the vacuum left by the failure of the...
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Oliver Tambo representing the ANC Vusumzi L. Make representing the PAC On October 5th, 1960, the "electorate" of the Union of South Africa voted in favour of a Republic by a majority of...
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<p class="insert_center inote"><span>This article was written by Andrew Mintz and forms part of the SAHO and Southern Methodist University partnership project</span></p...
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His Excellency Ayatollah Khomeini, Teheran  Islamic Republic of Iran On behalf of the African National Congress and the oppressed masses of South Africa we express to you our immense joy at...
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Question: Mr. Tambo, you have just completed a tour of some African countries; what was the aim of this tour and what are its results? TAMBO: Our delegation has been to Algeria and Tunisia. Other...
From: Lessons of the 1950s By Richard Monroe, March-May 1984 Chapter 4 - The role of the Communist Party in the ANC In 1950 the Communist Party, faced with banning under the Suppression of...
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Oliver Tambo[1] In many colonial and social revolutions, the leaders of the people had to go into exile to guide the resistance or were imprisoned or deported by the oppressive regimes but continued...
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The African National Congress joins the nation in commemorating the 20th Anniversary of the passing of Comrade Oliver Reginald Tambo, a towering giant of our struggle, a unifier and a selfless leader...
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World Reporter. (1976) 'ANC-PAC enlist exiled students', The World, 30 December
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From: Lessons of the 1950s By Richard Monroe, March-May 1984 Chapter 5 - The Freedom Charter The Freedom Charter, a programme which still embraces many of the essential aims of our struggle, was...
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  PLANNING FOR A FREE SOUTH AFRICA by Enuga S. Reddy I had firm faith even in the 1960s that South Africa would be liberated, though I never predicted when. I felt that the liberation...
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It is with deep regret and a profound sense of loss that the African National Congress has learnt of the death this evening (31 January 2007) of Adelaide Tambo, widow of the late ANC President Oliver...
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Journal of Southern African Studies Singing against Apartheid: ANC Cultural Groups and the International Anti-Apartheid Struggle 
Publisher: Taylor & Francis, Ltd
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From: Lessons of the 1950s By Richard Monroe, March-May 1984 Chapter 9 - Division weakens the movement During the 1950s Congress activists had built, if not strong workplace organisation, at least...
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Question: On the night of the 12th/13th of August, a unit of the People`s Army shelled Voortrekkerhoogte, the Headquarters of the racist SADF with, according to reports, 122mm rockets. This is the...
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On 11 July 1963, I was one of  seven men arrested at the Lilliesleaf Farm, Rivonia, near Johannesburg. After three months’ detention in solitary confinement we were brought before the...
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Introduction The Robben Island prisoners settled down to the mindless timetable of imprisonment, filling hours with manual labour which mercifully distracted them from dwelling on their plight and...
Description: This collection of letters was written by Mandela will he was in prison. We have organized them into ‘theme’ categories on the right. The textual commentary and letters are drawn from Meer, F. (1988). Higher than Hope , London: Hamish Hamilton, pp. 333-412, and is used with the kind permission of the author.
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From: Lessons of the 1950s By Richard Monroe, March-May 1984 Chapter 10 - Sharpeville and its aftermath In the early months of 1960 the PAC leadership launched a campaign against the pass laws. The...
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[Speaking at a press conference in Maputo, Mr. Tambo said that the ANC had already held two sets of discussions with the Swazi authorities on the South African "offer" of the Kangwane...
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