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NELSON MANDELA: THE SYMBOL OF RESISTANCE[1] Soon after Nelson Mandela and others were charged in the Rivonia trial in October 1963, we secured, as noted elsewhere, a General Assembly resolution...
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Your Excellency, The leadership of the African National Congress of South Africa takes this opportunity again to congratulate Your Excellency on your recent election to the high post of Secretary-...
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From: South Africa Freedom News, Dar es Salaam The University of Algiers has conferred an honorary Doctorate of Literature on Chief A.J. Luthuli, President-General of the ANC of South Africa. The...
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African National Congress of South Africa expresses full support and solidarity with United Arab Republic and Arab people in their firm stand and struggle to resist Anglo-American Machinations to...
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At this hour of grief for both our peoples, who are further united by the blood we have both shed, we extend our deep-felt condolences to Your Excellency, the Government and people of Lesotho and...
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1961 "Racial Problems in South Africa". Oliver Tambo's Speech at the Second Pan-African Youth Seminar, Dar es Salaam, 5 August 1961 1963 "Appeal for Action to Stop Repression and Trials in...
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Racism in Isolation South Africa has for decades been the only country in the world which has codified the doctrine of racial superiority into a statutory system and established it as the basis of...
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My first meeting with Sean MacBride I FIRST MET Sean at the headquarters of the International Commission of Jurists in Geneva. I had gone to Geneva on an official mission to discuss with the...
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We received with great shock and anger the news of the brazen and outrageous invasion of the Kingdom of Lesotho by the racist South African army on December 9th. The multiple murders of Lesotho...
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DEFIANCE CAMPAIGN IN SOUTH AFRICA, RECALLED By E.S Reddy The "Campaign of Defiance against Unjust Laws" - launched jointly by the African National Congress of South Africa and the South African...
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For the oppressed people of South Africa the commemoration of the twentieth year of the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rightsbears a very poignant meaning. In our country the...
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[Addis Ababa - "Each time one of us dies, thousands of others say they will have to ensure that the death was not in vain". A few hours after the hanging of the three ANC militants, the...
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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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We must recognise, first of all, that the black women of South Africa have not been discriminated and oppressed by black men but by the apartheid system, by the white minority in power which is...
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We have discrimination against women, and even oppression of women, in many societies, but there is nothing like the inhumanity in South Africa. Women have played a heroic role in the struggle...
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Thesis Submitted as partial requirement for the degree MAGISTER ARTIUM (HISTORY) in the FACULTY OF HUMANITIES UNIVERSITY OF PRETORIA
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The Hon’ble Prime Minister, Distinguished Delegates, It is a great honour for me to extend warm greetings to this timely conference of Parliamentarians against Racism and Apartheid. Indeed, your...
Author: 17-18 August 1987
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Description: <p>&nbsp;</p> <div>'A Great Cause': The Origins of the Anti-Apartheid Movement, June 1959-March 1960</div> <div>Author(s): Christabel Gurney</div> <div>Source: Journal of Southern African Studies, Vol. 26, No. 1, (Mar., 2000), pp. 123-144</div> <div>Published by: Taylor &amp;amp; Francis, Ltd.</div> <div>Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2637553</div>
Publisher: Journal of Southern African Studies, Vol. 26, No. 1, (Mar., 2000), pp. 123-144
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At a farewell meeting of the Tamil community in Johannesburg on July 15, 1914, Gandhi said that the Tamils bore the brunt of the satyagraha struggle and that he felt he came to the meeting to meet...
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Gandhiji led a seven-year long struggle in South Africa from 1907 to 1914 for the security and dignity of the Indian settlers in that country who were subjected to humiliations by the white rulers....
Author: E. S. Reddy
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Pandit Nehru and the unity of the oppressed people of South Africa by E.S. Reddy[1]     The historic role of Gandhiji has overshadowed the crucial role of Pandit Nehru and others in...
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Statements, papers and letters of Abdul S. Minty, honorary secretary of the British Anti-Apartheid Movement and director of the World Campaign against Military and Nuclear Collaboration with South...
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I first met Oliver Tambo at the United Nations in 1960 during the session of the General Assembly. He was meeting delegates of African States who had decided to propose a resolution on sanctions...
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Our struggle has entered a phase which marks the final days of the apartheid system of colonial and racist domination. The extraordinary challenge represented by the mass offensive which has gripped...
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Honourable Ministers and Members of Parliament, Your Excellencies, Members of the Diplomatic Corps, Distinguished Guests, Representatives of the National Liberation Movements, Ladies and...
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Dr. Yusuf Dadoo once told me that Nelson Mandela had Indian friends in college and used to visit Indian homes. He would not accept the food they offered until he became convinced of the need for...
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On June 13, 1996, President Nelson Mandela inaugurated a year-long observance of the 1946 Indian passive resistance in South Africa. Speaking at the University of Natal in Durban, he described the...
Author: E. S. Reddy
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The five-year plan placed before the National Party conference by President-elect F.W. de Klerk yesterday, 29th June, 1989, is a shocking insult to the people of South Africa. The idea that our...
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When Nelson Mandela walked out of the Victor Verster  prison on 11 February 1960, after 10,053 days of incarceration, people all over the world watched the event with excitement and curiosity -...
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We take the opportunity to extend to the Committee the most cordial fraternal greetings on occasion of the twentieth anniversary of the Special Committee. The Special Committee belongs to the most...
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It is important to remember that the early Gandhi had little contact with Africans and did not understand their sensitivities. The recent agitation at the University of Legon in Ghana for the...
Author: E.S Reddy
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Today, Pretoria`s President, F.W. de Klerk, made important announcements which go a long way towards creating a climate conducive to negotiations. We welcome the lifting of the bans on the ANC and...
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Question: At the end of August, the regime conducted its "elections" to the "Coloured" and Indian parliaments. As expected, the whole exercise turned out to be farce, rejected by...
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CHAIRMAN: I welcome Mr. Oliver Tambo and his friends, Mr. Thabo Mbeki and Mr. Aziz Pahad, and I am glad that they have been able to come... Perhaps I could start by asking Mr. Oliver Tambo if he...
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