History of the African National Congress (ANC)
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- The Post-Apartheid South Africa: Has a New Era
- By Nakedi Mochaki, Newsletter of the ICP. 14 February, 1995.
Can the ANC live up to its promisses?
- Party faithful turning sceptic
- By Chris Lowe. IPS, Harare. 16 February, 1995. With opening of
parliament, issue of whether accomodation with the white NP means
betrayal of ANC promisses to Blacks.
- South Africa: A Revolution Betrayed?
- A dialog on Africa-L (February, 1995). With its electoral victory,
did the ANC betray its socialist aspirations?
- Organising Department Now Re-organised
- In Mayibuye, July 1995. After the election, the
organising department had to be set up afresh, with
new personnel and a new mission which took account of
the new situation. We first had to define together with
the political leadership of the movement questions like:
how was the ANC going to operate as a majority party in
government of national unity as well as a liberation
- ANC statement on Truth Commission Committee
- 14 March, 1996. ANC holds that the temporary immunities granted its
members was for the purpose of negotiating the political settlement
and do not immunize them from the Truth and Reconciliation
- A revolution betrayed
- By John Pilger, in the Electronic Mail & Guardian,
Johannesburg, South Africa, 24 April 1998. Argues that the government,
in the interests of compromise, has sold out its own principles