The history of KwaZulu-Natal and Inkatha

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IFP Elections Strategy Takes Form
Mayibuye, Journal of the African National Congress, July 1995. Inkatha looks set to use its old strategy of destabilisation to win local government elections in KwaZulu/Natal. It is continuing its strategy of last year - and of the preceding decade - of destabilising the province.
Mayibuye, Journal of the African National Congress, July 1995. Brief constitutional history of the successor states to Natal.
Inkatha Man Arrested
Mayibuye, July 1995. The deputy secretary general of the Inkatha Freedom Party, Zakhele Khumalo, was arrested on 8 June on 13 counts of murder. Khumalo is the most senior politician to be arrested since the government ordered a crackdown on alleged hit squad operations in KwaZulu/Natal. Khumalo is a close associate and former private secretary of Mangosuthu Buthelezi.
Violence an Obstacle to Effective Organisation in Natal
Mayibuye, Journal of the African National Congress, July 1995. While all ANC provinces have been experiencing organisational problems, the violence in KwaZulu/Natal has proved an extra burden for the ANC there. Fuelled by the struggle for power of Inkatha, the violence has claimed the lives of over 20,000 people since 1984.
Constitutional wrangle in KwaZulu/Natal
Mayibuye, Vol. 6, no. 6, October 1995. The KwaZulu/Natal legislature is embroiled in a bitter dispute over the IFP's constitutional proposals. In its rush to formulate a secessionist constitution for KwaZulu/Natal, the Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) has abandoned any pretence at democratic behaviour or reconciliation.
ANC Statement on Themba Khoza
October, 1995. Is Themba Khoza an Inkatha agent provocateur?
ANC Response to Allegations made by Themba Khoza
Newsline/Agenda. 17 October, 1995. ANC wishes IFP leader Mangosuthu Buthelezi to distance himself from Khoza and Mthetwa; NP dirty tricks.
ANC statement on IFP distortion of Tokyo's statement
Issued by the ANC Leadership in KwaZulu/Natal, 7 November 1995. Statements issued by the IFP concerning what they call "Premier Tokyo Sexwale's threat of invasion of KwaZulu/Natal" reflect the secessionist mind-set of the IFP leaders.
Cloud Of Violence Hangs Over KwaZulu Natal
By Gumisai Mutume, IPS, 25 January 1999. The assassination of South Africa's warlord Sifiso Nkabinde has left a cloud of violence hovering over KwaZulu Natal province as the country's general election approaches.