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The African National Congress of South Africa, founded in January 1912, got a lot of support from Mahatma Gandhi, who had already begun his campaign of passive resistance against racism. E.S. REDDY...
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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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FREEDOM MOVEMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA: ITS INTERNATIONAL IMPACT[1] All national movements for freedom and justice spread ripples beyond their national boundaries.  But some stand out as beacons...
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In 1977, the Special Committee sent a small mission to Accra – composed of its officers and representatives of ANC and PAC – to congratulate Ghana on the tenth anniversary of its...
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"If we look into the future [of South Africa], is it not a heritage we have to leave to posterity, that all the different races commingle and produce a civilisation that perhaps the world has...
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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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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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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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March 15, 2010 THE WORLD PEACE COUNCIL, THE UNITED NATIONS AND THE ANC My Reminiscences by Enuga S. Reddy A high level delegation of the World Peace Council (WPC) came to the United Nations in...
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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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  UNITED DEMOCRATIC FRONT AND THE UNITED NATIONS My Reminiscences by Enuga S. Reddy I followed with great interest the establishment of the United Democratic Front(UDF) in January 1983 to...
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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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  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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Question: How did the Luanda summit go? TAMBO: This has been a very important meeting for a number of reasons. The consultations of British Foreign Secretary David Owen on southern Africa are of...
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Question: Your guerrillas recently blew up fuel tanks at South Africa`s oil-from-coal processing plant at Sasolburg, and there have been attacks on police stations and a bank. Does this mean that...
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NATO and South Africa In drafting resolutions on apartheid, I used to avoid any reference to NATO – though there were condemnations of Western governments for increasing collaboration with...
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Mobilise world support for African Liberation struggle [Oliver Tambo, speaking on behalf of all liberation movements, thanked the Government of Norway for its hospitality. He specially praised the...
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Mr. Ken Livingstone, Archbishop Trevor Huddleston, Ambassador Sahnoun, Honourable Mr. Hughes, Ladies and gentlemen, May I begin by expressing the thanks of the African National Congress and of...
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  MISSION TO WEST GERMANY, AUGUST 1973 During the cold war, the four occupying powers in Germany established two German States in 1949 – the Federal Republic of Germany (West Germany)...
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South Africa - The principal target Mr. Tambo explained that the Lusaka communique was issued when the Smith regime was trying to give the impression that the clashes in Rhodesia were with ANC...
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How would you assess the current state of affairs in South Africa? TAMBO: The South African regime has become very desperate. They have lost a lot of ground. They have failed in all their efforts to...
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International University Exchange Fund, its Rise and Demise In 1961, the Government of Norway, which had a special interest in assisting refugees, decided to make a grant for scholarships to South...
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MANDELA AND TAMBO said the brass plate on our office door. We practised as attorneys-at-law in Johannesburg in a shabby building across the street from the Magistrates` Court. Chancellor House in Fox...
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Unity in Action Decisive Question: How would you assess the Lancaster House Conference on Zimbabwe, and the implementation up to now of what was agreed? TAMBO: The decisions of the Lancaster House...
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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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[On the morning of January 30, 1981, South African troops attacked and killed a number of ANC refugees in Matola, Mozambique. The following is from an address by Mr. Tambo to thousands of members and...
Question: The ANC lays great emphasis on unity. How do you see the question of unity with such groups as PAC and other small groupings inside South Africa? TAMBO: The ANC has always encouraged the...
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Forward to a People`s Government! On March 9, 1980, the racist Prime Minister of South Africa, P.W. Botha, surprised the world with the announcement that his Government had decided to summon a...
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