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- A dialog on Xhosa cattle-killing, "mfecane" and
- From Africa-L. March, 1995.
- Genders and Generations Apart: Labor Tenants, Law,
Domestic Struggle in Natal, South Africa, 1918-1944
- May, 1995, dissertation abstract by Thomas V. McClendon.
The history of Apartheid in South Africa
- ANC Statement on Anniversary of Death of Steve
- The African National Congress on 13 September 1995 marked the 18th
anniversary of Steve Biko's death in detention in 1977. It calls on the
Apartheid leaders to account for the destruction which they have
- New evidence: apartheid terror ordered from the
- By Norm Dixon, Green Left Weekly, 29 June, 1996.
"Third Force" terror campaigns and links with Inkatha, RENAMO
contras in Mozambique, Lesotho National Liberation Army, and UNITA
- Hit squad commander names former South African
presidents in crimes
- By Greg Rosenberg, in the Militant, 9 October
1996. Col. Eugene de Kock, commander of Vlakplaas police death
squad, names former South African presidents P.W. Botha and
F.W. de Klerk as having approved "hits" against
- S.African Truth Commission Exposes Apartheid
- By Greg Rosenberg, from the Militant, November
11, 1996. In Oct 21 testimony before Truth and Reconciliation
Commission, former commissioner of the apartheid police force
implicates former South African president Pieter W. Botha and
other Cabinet officials in two of the most high-profile acts
of terror committed by the white regime in the 1980s.
- Torturer's Testimony Gives South Africa a New Lesson
in the Banality of Evil
- By Susanne Daley, in The New York Times, 9 November
- Former Apartheid Top Faces Charges
- By T. J. Figueroa, in the Militant, 9 February 1998.
P.W. Botha, president and top racist of apartheid South Africa in the 1980s,
appeared in court January 23 on charges of ignoring a subpoena to
appear before the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
- Policemen tell of killings
- From Terence Sibiya, SAPA, 17 November 1998. Guns fitted with
silencers were used by the Security Branch to kill two African National
Congress activists in Durban in 1988, the truth commission heard
- Hearing Portrays Struggle in Durban in Late 80s
- By Mbongeni Hlophe, Africa News Service, 19 November 1998. Police
informants and Vlakplaas played a vital role in the abduction and
assassination of Umkhonto we Sizwe (MK) cadres believed to be responsible
for several bombs that went off in greater Durban in the 1980s.
- Talking to Vula: Part 3 - Vula Starts
- The story of the secret underground communications network
of Operation Vula. By Tim Jenkin, in Mayibuye,
July 1995. In the early months of 1988 Mac Maharaj and
'Ghebuza' (Siphiwe Nyanda) entered South Africa as secret
agents, known only to President Oliver Tambo and a few others
involved in the preparations for Vula.
- More Dirty Tricks Revealed
- In Mayibuye, July 1995.Former Stratcom operative Paul
Erasmus reveals how Stratcom - the State Security Council
arm which specialised in intelligence gathering and dirty
tricks - had used such activities to strengthen the NP in
negotiations and diminish the ANC's capacity to win a
- ANC Statement on the 2nd Anniversary of the death
of Chris Hani
- Commemoration of death of Chris Hani on 10 April, 1993.
- The story of the secret underground communications
network of Operation Vula
- Part 6: Vula Winds Up. By Tim Jenkin, in Mayibuye, Journal
of the African National Congress, The highpoint and end of the ANC
operation in 1990-1991.