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NEUM Basil Brown Collection

  • ZA SAHA AL3459
  • collection
  • 1988 - 2011

The collection of publications had been categorised (A-E) during a preliminary sorting by the donor. These categories have been retained as the main series in the arrangement of the collection.

A Historic Literature

B Presidential Addresses

C APDUSA

C1 Presidential Address by I.B. Tabata

C2 APDUSA Views

D NUM Bulletin

E The Education Journal

The Historical Literature series (A) is arranged in chronological order by the earlier publication date and not necessarily the date of publication of the re-issued titles and later editions found in this series. For example 'The Origin and Development Segregation in South Africa' a lecture by W.P. van Schoor was originally published in 1951. The publication in this collection is the lecture re-issued as part of the Unity Movement History Series, published by APDUSA in 1986.

The Presidential Addresses series (B) is arranged in chronological order.

The APDUSA series (C) is arranged in two subseries: Presidential Address by I.B. Tabata (C1) and APDUSA Views (C2). The APDUSA Views are arranged in chronological order by publication date for the first view issues and by the issue number for the remainder of the issues. This allows for current missing and further issues to be incorporated into the series without disrupting the order.

The NUM Bulletin series (D) is arranged in chronological order by volume and issue numbers to allow for current missing and further issues to be incorporated into the series. A subseries 'Special Bulletins' was added to accommodate a 'Special' issue and two anniversary issues. The Special Bulletins could not be included with the main series of NUM Bulletins due to an absence of volume and issue numbers for these issues.

The Educational Journal series (E) is arranged in two subseries due to their provenance and separate numbering systems. The Educational Journal was published by The Teachers' League of South Africa from 1967-1999 as their official organ (E1) and by NUPSAW Education Sector from 2000-2016 (E2). Both subseries are arranged in chronological order by volume and issue number (E1) and by publication date (E2) to allow for current missing and further issues to be incorporated.

After consultation within NUM the decision was made to include the name of Basil Brown in the collection name. Dr Basil Brown is the current President of NUM.

SAHA is expected to receive further material from the donor in the future. Additional material may include follow-up literature from NEUM/NUM/TLSA – Educational Journals as well as more recent publications from NUM.

While the collection at SAHA consists of a selection of NEUM and NUM publications, personal papers of individuals involved in these organisations are in the custody of the University of Fort Hare National Heritage and Cultural Studies (NAHECS) and the University of Cape Town Special Collections.

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Walter Felgate Security Papers

  • ZA SAHA AL3456
  • collection
  • 1985 - 1999

Letter from the Donor:

To whom it may Concern:

An anonymous donor wishes to deposit the attached package of documentary material at the South Africa History Archive (SAHA). The material relates to the conflict between the ANC and the IFP in the 1980s and 1990s. Thousands of people died during the internecine civil war between the ANC and the IFP – These documents are historically important, politically sensitive and unavailable elsewhere. The package contains Walter Felgate’s security papers, extracts from Felgate’s unpublished memoir, Felgate’s Section 29 TRC hearing and correspondence between Chief Mangosuthu Buthelezi, Sir Laurens van der Post and others.

The donor – who requests confidentiality for political reasons is a supporter of both freedom of speech and freedom of information. The donor has been a friend of the South African History Archive over many years and has had numerous discussion with former SAHA employees regarding donations. The donor would like the South African History Archive to make this material available to historians, researchers, journalists and the general public as quickly as possible.

• 88 SEC - 4; Presentation: briefing on the threat against RSA; 15 pages; June 1988.

• 88 SEC - 4; Planned attempt on the life of Nkosi Buthelezi; 1 page; 26 October 1988

• 95 – 05; Statement by Eric Molobi Chief Executive, Kagiso trust Chairman, Kagiso Trust USA may 4 1995. 5 page document,

• 95 SEC – 1; Message of Reconciliation by SAPS commissioner Fivaz, Reconciliation, 7 page document; 14 March 1995.

• 95 SEC – 11; Evaluation: Eastern Transvaal, local elections, SANCO vs ANC; 2 page document, June 1995.

• 95 SEC – 12a; Military intelligence report on IFP mobilisation in KZN, 2 page document, June 1995.

• 95 SEC – 12b; SACP political education workshop: Bhambayi, 2 page document, June 1995.

• 95 SEC – 14; Secret Anti-IFP SANDF intelligence document, 6 page document, June 95.

• 95 SEC – 15; Statement by Paulus Ngcobo of COSATU, 2 page document, Jul 1995.

• 95 SEC – 14c; ANC election strategy to defeat the IFP, 6 page document, 1995?

• 95 SEC – 5; Perspective on the African National Congress, 3 page document, 5 April 1991.

• 91 SEC – 4; Summary of the reports submitted during March 1991, 3 page document, 4 April 1991.

• 91 SEC – 1; Joint working committee meeting – about the meeting between the ANC and IFP, 4 page document, Jan 1991.

• 95 SEC – 19; New plans for mass action by COSATU, 2 page document, September 1995.

• 95 SEC – 15a; Speech of ANCY chairperson Jacob Zuma to ANCY provincial general council meeting on 8 July 1995, 8 page document, July 1995.

• 95 SEC – 15e; Political research document – bread and circuses – Prof Welsh, 6 page document, July 1995.

• 00 SEC – 4s; Manipulation of Voters rolls in Kwazulu-Natal by the ANC, 2 page document.

• 00 SEC – 44; COSATU Joint regional executive committee meeting, 3 page document.

• 00 SEC – 40; Activities of Bheki Cele, 2 page document, 2000.

• 00 SEC – 35b; ANC stagey for Pietermaritzburg, 2 page document, 2000.

• 00? Intelligence – Policy interaction, 1 page document.

• 00 SEC – 12; Evaluation Monitoring of MK and APLA leaders, 2 page document, 2000.

• 89 SEC – 1; Statement of Mamuel Mokotedi Puli – Black male 39 years – Sothern Sotho, 3 page document, 4 September 1986.

• 90 SEC – 17; Explosions and hand grenade attacks, 11 page document, August 1990.

• 90 SEC – 14; Liaison 013/90 25/07/90 , Credibility grading, 6 page document, 27 July 1990.

• 89 SEC – 5; Discussions between congress of South African Trade unions organisers about the current peace talks between Inkatha. UDF and COSATU. 5 page document, 22 June 1989.

• 89 SEC – 12A; United Democratic Front /congress of South African Trade Unions Peace Rally, 2 page document, 3 July 1989.

• 89 SEC – 4; UDF / COSATU – Peace initiative in Natal, 2 page document, 19 May 1989.

• 00 SEC – 24; Mass action campaign around the labour relations act (LRA), 3 page document, 2000.

• 00 SEC – 25; Evaluation – MK /APLA dissidents, 3 page document.

• 00 SEC – 31; Analysis – problems in ANC parliamentary Caucus, 2 page document,

• 00 SEC – 32; evaluation – Insurance Companies woo COSATU, 2 page document.

• 00 SEC – 35; Mass action campaign around the labour relations act (LRA), 3 page document, 2000.

• 00 SEC – 35a; ANC Infiltration of Unit 17 Hostel – Umlazi, 1 page document.

• 00 SEC – 35c; ANC strategy to use funds and development to win chiefs and penetrate rural areas, 2 page document.

• 00 SEC – 21; Analysis – Existence of list of ANC “tainted” leaders, 2 page document.

• 95 SEC – 6a; Report on KZN 159/95 – Growing criticism of the ANC, 8 page document, 17 April 1995.

• 00 SEC – 48; Analysis – ANC Provincial Reports, 4 page document.

• 00 SEC – 49; Analysis – Harry Gwala Funeral, 2 page document.

• 00 SEC – 50; Analysis – COSATU mass action, 4 page document.

• 00 SEC – 51; Analysis – Privatisation in SA, 2 page document.

• 00 SEC – 52; AZAPO official heads Durban Environmental Group, 2 page document.

• 00 SEC – 30; Analysis – Western Diplomatic concerns over Mandela and his successor, 2 page document.

• 00 SEC – 22; Analysis – Western Diplomatic concerns over Mandela and his successor, 2 page document.

• 90 SEC – 9; Susting van defence committee, 2 page document, May 1990.

• 90 SEC – 10; FC Memo on Natal Situation from DPC, 23 page document, 10 July 1990.

• 90 SEC – 11; KZN police Daily incidents reports 190/07/17 to 1990/07/18, 2 page document, 18 July 1990.

• 90 SEC – 14; Liaison 013/90 25/07/90 Creditability rating, 6 page documents.

• 89 SEC – 5; Confidential weekly bulletin of Southern African affairs, 32 page document, 27 June 1989.

• 90 SEC – 12; Kwazulu Police Daily incidents report 13 July 1990 to 16 July 1990, 2 page document, 16 July 1990.

• 90 SEC – 13; KZN police Daily incidents report- 1990-07-17 to 1990-07-19, 2 page document, 19 July 1990.

• 90 SEC – 13; Intelligence Bulletin 008/90 – 19/07/1990, 5 page document, 19 July 1990.

• 90 SEC – 15; Intelligence Bulletin 009/90 – 25/07/1990, 7 page document, 25 July 1990.

• 89 SEC – 15; File 2650 Holomisa, Major General H. Bantu, Chief of the Defence Force of the Transkei, 7 page document, 15 October 1989.

• 89 SEC – 17a; 23 October 1989 The meeting of the shop stewards and Umlazi youth league, 5 page document, 27 October 1989.

• 89 SEC -16; 26 October 1989- Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) Local Meeting held at Clairwood on Tuesday October 24, 1989, 7 page document, 27 October 1989.

• 89 SEC – 17; 26 October 1989 – Durban Democratic Association (DDA) Meeting Held at Saint Thomas Hall in Musgrave Road on the 25th October 1989, 1 page document, 27 October 1989.

• 89 SEC - 19; KZN police report visit by Mr. Walter Sisulu at Kings park soccer stadium on 1989-11-15 ie Wednesday, 1 November 1898.

• 89 SEC – 20; The Inkatha institute for South Africa- UDF’s and MDM’s attitudes towards the King’s Imbizo, 5 page document, 16 November 1989.

• 89 SEC -18; KZN police Incident reports – 1989-10-27 to 1989-10-30, 2 page document, 31 October 1989.

• 89 SEC – 21; KZN police Incident report: 1989.11.25 to 1989.11.27, 2 page document, 27 November 1989.

• 89 SEC -21; Memorandum to the minister of police in Kwazulu chief G.M. Buthelezi about Kwazulu Police Conduct, 6 page document.

• 89 SEC – 12; COSATU/UDF Peace conference held at Wadley Stadium in Edendale Pietermaritzburg on the 9th July 1987, 5 page document, 9 July 1989.

• 89 SEC – 11; KZN government Ulundi, 1 page document, 28 July 1988. ( 2 copies)

• 89 SEC – 10; Security Briefing Natal Division Period 1989-10-11 to 1989-06-19, Prepared for his excellency, the chief minister Dr M. G. Buthelezi, 3 page document, 29 June 1989

• 89 SEC – 12b; Students, Parents and Teachers meeting, 4 page document, 12 July 1989

• 88 SEC – 8; Security situation report prepared for the Information of Dr M. G. Buthelezi Period ending 1988-11-25, 5 page document, 29 November 1988.

• 94 ; Fax to his excellency Chief Minister Buthelezi Minister for home affairs, 25th May 1994, 3 page document, 25 may 1994.

• 94 ; Fax to his excellency Chief Minister Buthelezi Minister for Home affairs from the Oubaas, 2 page document, 18 July 1994.

• 95 SEC -?; Letter to King Zwelethini ka Bhekuzulu from John Aspinall, 2 page document, 9 March 1995.

• 95 SEC - ?; Fax to King Zwelithini ka Bhekuzulu from John Aspinall, 2 page document 7 March 1995.

• 94 SEC -? Note about this fax - Press statement a call for tolerance and the facilitation of free and fair elections, 3 page document, 24 April 1994.

• 94 SEC- ? ; Fax to his excellency Chief minister Buthelezi from the Oubaas London. Laupens gats 12. 2 page document, 17 February 1994.

• 93 SEC - ?; Letter from unknown sender (possibly to Buthelezi), 2 page document, 21 December 1993.

• 93 SEC - ?; Fax from Mangosuthu Buthelezi to the Oubaas, 3 page document, 20 December 1993.

• 94 - ? ; Fax to his excellency Chief Minister Buthelezi from Oubaas, London, 2 page document, 20 January 1994.

• 93 -?01; Fax to Kleinbaas from the Oubaas KZN, 2 page document, 30 November 1993.

• 93 - ?02; Fax to His excellency chief minister Buthelezi from the Oubaas, 2 page document, 21 February 1993.

• 91 - ?01; KZN ministry of the minister of economic affairs and police to Van der Post from Mangosuthu G. Buthelezi, 2 page document, 7 June 1991.

• 89 -?01; Fax to H.R.H. Prince Mangosuthu G. Buthelezi from Laurens van der Post, 2 page document, 3 October 1989.

• 89 -?02; letter from Sir Laurence van der Post to Mangosuthu Gatsha Buthelezi, 3 page document, 29 May 1989.

• 88 - ? ; Letter to Sir Laurence van der Post from Mangosuthu Gatsha Buthelezi, 2 page document, 1 June 1988.

• 93 - ? ; Memorandum for presentation to sir Lourens van der post by Mangosuthu Buthelezi, Chief Minister of Kwazulu and President of Inkatha Freedom Party, Johannesburg 7 October 1993, 10 page document, 7 October 1993.

• 85 – 05 ; Letter to Chief Gatsha Buthelezi, 1 page document, 17 may 1985.

• 93 – 09; Memorandum for presentation to Sir Laurens van der Post by Mangosuthu Buthelezi, president of Inkatha Freedom Party, 6 page document, September 1993.

• 90 – 07; Meeting with Sir Laurens van der Post, points to ponder by Mangosuthu Buthelezi chief minister of the KZN and president of Inkatha, 5 page document, July 1990.

• 90 – 11; Memorandum for discussion with Sir Laurens van der post by Mangosuthu Buthelezi chief minister KZN and President Inkatha Freedom Party, Cape Town, 6 page document, 20 November 1990.

• 97 – 10; Controversy over ‘IFP’ Felgate files – newspaper article, 1 page document, 12 October 1997.

• 97 – 10; Institute of race Relations briefing, Challenges to be faced in the transition to democracy By Walter Felgate, Johannesburg, 8th October 1997, 10 page document, 8 October 1997.

• 86 SEC - ?? Summary of the contents of Security briefings to Buthelezi, 18 page document, 1995?.

• ?? - ?? ; Notes on the Contents of Briefings sent to Buthelezi, 1986 – 1995; 17 page document, post 1995.

• 96 – 07; Inquiry in terms of Section 29- Held at Durban - Walter Sidney Felgate - Pages 1 – 145, 92 page document, (printed) 30 January 2001. Hearing held 7/7/1996.

• ?? - ??; Book Draft - Chapter 4 Buthelezi’s View of his leadership, 44 page document, Date Unknown

• 95 SEC – 14B + 9; Analysis – ANC members training in Israel / evaluation privatisation, 5 page document, June 1995.

• 95 SEC – 12; Political research document by Prof David Welsh, 6 page document, 6 June 1995.

• 95 SEC – 15c; Kwazulu-Natal Provincial Congress of the S.A Communist Party, 5 page document, July 1995.

• 95 SEC – 18; Document Entitled ‘how we lost the elections’, 5 page document, August 95.

• 91 SEC – 3; In confidence – for your eyes only – letter to Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi, 5 page document, 22 January 1991.

• 95 SEC – 4; Evaluation Security Situation in Transkei, 14 page document, April 1995.

• 00 SEC – 47; Massive security force operation in Kwazulu-Natal, 2 page document, 2000.

• 00 SEC – 42; Analysis the Spread of Islamic extremism through Africa, 12 page document, 2000.

• 00 SEC – 53; Analysis Kwazulu-Natal Investigation into Hit Squads, 2 page document, 2000.

• 94 SEC - 7; ANC possible scenario for the next five years, 4 page document, 25 July 1994.

• 00 SEC – 27; Analysis Existence of list of ANC “tainted” leaders, 2 page document, 2000.

• 00 SEC – 37; possible header missing? Proposed Mandate and Functions – Internal security (CIS) 14 page document, 2000.

• 00 SEC – 9; Evaluation National Intelligence Estimate Board (NIEB), 32 page document, May 1995.

• 90 SEC – 16; Hand Grenade and other Explosions, 6 page document, 1 August 1990.

• 00 SEC – 23; Analysis ANC consultancy Company, 5 page document, 2000.

• 86 SEC – 2; Free translation, Situation report 121/86 Summary, 6 page document, 15 October 1986.

• 00 SEC – 19 +14; Analysis – ANC internal Tensions in Eastern Transvaal/ evaluation Security situation in Transkei Azanla activity, 5 page document, 2000.

• 86 – 08; A few remarks on the occasion of a dinner with sir Laurens Van der post by Mangosuthu G. Buthelezi, Chief Minister Kwazulu, President of Inkatha and Chairman, the South African Black Alliance, The Edward Hotel Durban, 28 August 1986, 7 page document, 23 April 2000.

• 87 – 11; A few remarks by Mangosuthu G. Buthelezi, Chief Minister Kwazulu, President of Inkatha and Chairman, The South African Black Alliance of a Meeting with Sir Laurens van der Post Johannesburg, 9 November 1987, 5 page document, 23 April 2000.

• 87 – 05; A few remarks on the occasion of a Luncheon with sir Laurens Van der Post by Mangosuthu G. Buthelezi, Chief minister Kwazullu, President of Inkatha and Chairman, the South African Black Alliance – Royal Hotel – Durban 23 May 1987, 6 page document, 23 April 2000.

• 88 – 10; Some observations by Mangosuthu Buthelezi, Chief minister of KZN and president of Inkatha on the occasion of a dinner with sir Laurens Van Der Post – 25 October 1988, 4 page document, 23 April 2000.

• 89 – 06; Confidential letter to Sir Laurens van der Post from Mangosuthu Buthelezi, 6 page document, 26 June 1989.

• 89 – 10; Some thoughts expressed to Sir Laurens van der Post by Mangosuthu G. Buthelezi, Chief Minister of Kwazulu and president of Inkatha at meeting in London on the 8th October 1989, 4 page document, 23 April 2000.

• 89 – 10; Memorandum presented by Mangosuthu G. Buthelezi, Chief minister of KZN south Africa, and president of Inkatha at a meeting with American friends of Sir Laurens van der Post – London 1989, 8 page document, October 1989.

• 86 – 11; hand written notes on hotel paper, 1 page document, 24 November 1986.

• 76 – 12; Hand written letter -HMS brought on att Royseth, 5 page document, 2 December 1976.

• 00 SEC – 8; Evaluation Business leaders dissatisfaction over GNU achievements, 3 page documents, 2000.

• 95 SEC – 7; Background to the ongoing violence at Glebelands Hostel, 2 page document, 7 April 1995.

• 95 SEC – 2; Evaluation ANC Eastern Transvaal, 24 page document, February 1995.

• 96 – 12; Letter from reconciliation commission to Buthelezi from Dr Alex Boraine, 5 page document, 11 December 1996.

• 00 SEC – 46; The ANC Reneges on the sunset clause, 9 page document.

• 00 SEC – 41; Financial Aid for the investigation task unit (ITU), 2 page document.

• 00 SEC – 39; Draft proposal for national peace conference for circulation, 7 page document, 2000.

• 00 SEC – 38; Evaluation Public Sector Unions Become more Militant, 3 page document.

• 00 SEC – 6; ANC secret, Pg. 2 missing, 6 page document. No date?

• 00 SEC – 7; Analysis SAPS internal security head Leonard Radu, 4 page document.

• 00 SEC – 28; Securocrats in president Mandela’s office, 2 page document.

• 00 SEC – 2; Activities of trained militia being infiltrated from Zimbabwe, No date.

• 00 SEC – 15; Evaluation SAPS crime intelligence guidelines, 6 page document.

• 90 SEC – 4; Confidential, document, 48 page document.

• 88 SEC – 1; Security briefing concerning northern natal division to his excellency to the Chief Minister, Dr. M.G. Buthelezi 1988-02-03, 17 page document, 3 February 1988.

• 88 SEC – 2; United Democratic front, New year message of the United democratic front January 1988, 5 page document, 3 February 1988.

• 88 SEC – 3; New year message of the United Democratic Front, 5 page document, January 1988.

• 88 SEC – 5; Security Briefings – 16 August 1988, 6 page document, 16 August 1988.

• 91 SEC – 7; Liaison Document 11/91 – 22/4/91, 15 page document, 22 April 1991.

• 95 SEC – 15d; Failure of COSATU joint regional congress on 23 July 1995, 1 page document.

• 95 SEC – 15b; Planned attack on IFP delegates to the IFP national conference, July 1995, 1 page document.

• 91 SEC – 10; Planned attacks on the Zulus Attending the Imbizo, 3 July 1991.

• 91 SEC – 8; Continuation to the Southern Natal regional conference of the African national congress (ANC) held at Umgababa holiday resort lower south coast near Umkomaas on the 22 June 1991, 5 page document.

• 91 SEC – 9; Proceedings on the second day of the national conference of the African National Congress (ANC), 3 page document, 4 July 1991.

• 91 SEC – 11; ANC intensification of recruitment campaign in Umlazi Township, 3 page document, 29 August 1991.

• 91 SEC – 12; Implementing the national Peace accord – Draft of JWC (Still Under Discussion), 12 page document, September 1991.

• 95 SEC – 10a; Evaluation, State Intelligence priorities, 12 page document, May 1995.

• 95 SEC – 2a; Evaluation – Human rights watch report on Kwazulu Natal, 5 page document, May 1995.

• 95 - ; ANC Gauteng Province – Programme of Action (POA) as adopted on February 26 1995 at the Provincial General Council, 29 pages.

• 95 SEC – 15; Analysis ANC Gauteng programme of action, 2 page document, February 1995.

• 89 SEC – 3; Secret - Harare Meeting – December 1988, 22 A3 pages, 13 May 1989.

• 90 SEC – 15b; Credibility Grading - KZN Umlazi Township unrest, 3 page document, March 1990.

• 89 SEC – 2; KZN police report -Unrest Incidents Kwamushu and Siyanda -1989-01-16. 10 Page document, 18 January 1989.

• 88 SEC – 9; Security briefing Port natal Div. – African National Congress and Terrorism; 6 page document, 29 November 1988.

• 00 SEC – 13; Comments by the President of COSATU, 4 page document.

• 89 SEC – 14; Intelligence review 006/89, 20 page document, 13 September 1989.

• 00 SEC – 16; Analysis the Shell House Massacre Controversy, 3 page document.

• 90 SEC – 2; Liason 004/90 – 10 page document, 28 March 1990.

• 90 SEC – 3; Confidential - Sharpeville commemoration , 6 page document, March 1990.

• 90 SEC – 4; Intelligence Bulletin 004/90, 5 page document, 19 April 1990.

• 90 SEC – 5; Intelligence Bulletin 005/90, 8 page document, 20 April 1990.

• 90 SEC – 4; KZN police – Daily Incidents report – 1990-04-09, 4 page document, 10 April 1990.

• 90 SEC – 8; Proposal for development of combat forces, 6 page document, May 1990.

• 88 SEC – 12; The rising spate of violence in the Durban Pietermaritzburg area, 2 page document, 20 December 1988.

• Unknown date; Contents / programme of action, 19 Pages.

• Date unknown; SAYCO Discussion Paper – Towards Restructuring the UDF – the Building of a formidable foundation for national unity, 8 Page document.

• 90 - ? Report from the ad-live crisis committee, The Crisis in Vulindlela and the Edendale Valley – 25 – 31 March 1990.

• 00 SEC – 5; Confidential – M Emolweni Emaromeni Vigilantes were attacking… , 35 page document, No Date.

• 95 SEC – 10; Evaluation ANC election strategy workshop – 20-21 May 1995, 17 page document, May 1995.

• 94 SEC – 1; Raid on Mlaba camp by members of the South African Police, Internal Stability Unit, 1994-04-26, 7 page document, 26 April 1994.

• 94 SEC – 2; Short title, number and year of law, Ordinances of the Province of Natal, 16 page document, 1994.

• 94 SEC – 4; Build up of feelings against PAC leadership within the ranks of alpha and paso, 4 page document, 18 July 1994.

• 94 SEC – 5; Dissatisfaction in ranks of PAC/APLA/PASO.

• 49 SEC – 5; Report on Dissatisfaction in Ranks of PAC / APLA/ PASO, 2 page document, 22 July 1994.

• 95 SEC – 1; Evaluation – ANC eastern Transvaal region organisation, 2 page documents, January 1995.

• 94 SEC – 6; Report on Implementing the RDP – Nationally or Provincially, 5 page document, 22 July 1995.

• 94 SEC – 6; Implementing the RDP – Nationally or provincially, 5 page document, 22 July 1994.

• 95 SEC – 1; Evaluation – ANCY eastern Transvaal region organisation, 2 page document, January 1995.

• 91 SEC – 6; Intelligence Bulletin, 14 page document, 22 April 1991.

Open Secrets Collection

  • ZA SAHA AL3450
  • collection
  • 1980s

The Open Secrets collection is a digital collection. It has been arranged according to the location of information acquired in the process of research by Hennie Van Vuuren. Available online are research notes and summaries of information compiled by Open Secrets. The copies of documents from these sources/archives will not be put online, however they will be made available on inquiry by researchers.

Section 01: African National Congress Archive based at Fort Hare University.

Section 02: Bodleian Library University of Oxford.

01 Anthony Sampson papers; 02 Minerals and Resources Corporation Ltd (Minorco) Reports; 03 UK Anti-Apartheid Movement; 04 UK Conservative Party

Section 03: Armscor Archive, South African Government.

Section 04: Auditor General of South Africa.

Section 05: Barbara Hogan donated papers of investigations by the Auditor General, African Studies Library, University of Cape Town

Section 06: Belgium Foreign Affairs.

Section 07:Belgium National Archive.

Section 08: Companies and intellectual Property Commission (CIPC)

Section 09: David Klatzow Papers - Helderberg Air Crash

Section 10: Department of Defense Archive (SANDF)

Section 11: Department of International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO)

Section 12: United Kingdom Foreign & Commonwealth Office.

Section 13: From Verwoerd to Mandela - Original Contributions - Stellenbosch University Library.

Section 14: Julian Amery Papers, Churchill College Archive, Cambridge University.

Section 15: Minister Danie Steyn Private Papers.

Section 16: National Party Papers, Archive for contemporary Affairs, Free State University.

Section 17: National Security Archives - George Washington University.

Section 18: Shipping Research Burea;

Section 19: South African National Archives.

Section 20: South African National Library.

Section 21: South African National Treasury.

Section 22: Swiss National Archive.

Section 23: Times Media Limited (Avusa)

Section 24: UK National Archive.

Section 25: United States Library of Congress.

Section 26: University of Leuven (KADOC)

01 Andre Vlerick; 02 Walter de Bock.

Section 27: World Council of Churches (WCC)

Section 29: West German Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Section 30: Wits Historical Papers

Section 31: South African History Archive. 01 DOJ TRC Related Documents; De Beers_Release on OAG PAIA Request

Section 32: Polokow Suransky Papers, DoD Documents.

This is a Digital collection of documents comprising of 8.01GB ; 2553 Files; 143 Folders.

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Glenda Webster Collection

  • ZA SAHA AL3301
  • collection
  • 2015

This collection consists of an essay entitled 'David Webster: A fearless defence of legality and due process?' by Glenda Webster. The essay, drawing on material from Glenda Webster's personal collection (not lodged with SAHA), records her experiences of David Webster's contribution to the work of the Detainees' Parents' Support Committee (DPSC), an organisation established in October 1981 to oppose and expose detention without trial in particular and repressive human rights violations in general.

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Ahmed Kathrada Foundation Collection

  • ZA SAHA AL3300
  • collection
  • 2011

This collection was first created in September 2015 as a digital collection, intended to create access to various digital records relating to the Ahmed Kathrada Foundation's work on non-racialism, through SAHA's online repository "Tracing the Unbreakable Thread"

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Centre for Environmental Rights (CER) Collection

  • ZA SAHA AL3299
  • collection
  • 2002

ArcelorMittal South Africa (AMSA) released the Environmental Master Plan records to the Vaal Environmental Justice Alliance (VEJA) in hard copy. SAHA obtained scanned copies of the records from CER on five DVDs and through Dropbox. Scanned records will be accessible on the SAHA website, while print copies of the records can be consulted in the SAHA reading room.

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GETNET collection

  • ZA SAHA AL3298
  • collection
  • 1992-2014

The collection consists of a digital archive covering the organisational operations of GETNET, its work in respect of gender training workshops, research papers, publications and training materials to name but a few of the materials within this collection. The collection further consists of a material based archive which still requires processing before it will be accessible to the public.

A Getnet

A1 Profile

A1.1 Organisational overview from website

A2 Constitution

A3 Annual reports

A4 Audits

A4.1 GETNET Annual Financial Statements

A4.2 Funder project specific Annual Financial Statements

A5 Board

A6 Funders

A6.1 Funding proposals

A6.2 Funding agreements

A6.3 Funder reports

A7 Strategy and Plans

A7.1 Civil Society Consultation

A8 Budgets

A9 Evaluation

A10 Accreditation

A11 NPO Status

A11.1 Tax exemption

A12 Organisational Development

A13 Tenders

B Programmes

B1 Overview of Programmes

B2 Gender

B2.1 Conferences, Papers, Presentations

B2.2 Gender Mainstreaming Reports

B2.3 Gender Budgeting

B2.4 Miscellaneous

B3 Men and Masculinities

B3.1 Conferences, Papers, Presentations

B3.2 Programme plans and reports

B3.3 Miscellaneous

B4 Panel Training

B5 SADC

B6 Local Government

B6.1 Conferences, Papers, Presentations

B6.2 Programme plans

B6.3 Women and elections

B6.4 SALGA working group

B7 Economic Literacy

C Training materials

C1 Gender Awareness

C1.1 Workshop Tools

C2 Gender and Organisational Change

C3 Men and Masculinities

C4 Panel Training

C5 Gender Mainstreaming

C6 Local Government

C6.1 Workshop Tools

C7 Gender Budgeting

C8 Training of Trainers

C9 Gender and HIV/AIDS

C10 Economic Literacy

C11 Other

C11.1 Diversity

C11.2 Sexual Harassment

C11.3 Lobbying and advocacy

C12 Non-GETNET materials

C12.1 Workshop Guides and Tools

C12.2 Readings

D Publications

D1 Conference reports

D2 Newsletters

D3 Training manuals

D4 Research Papers

D5 Presentations

D6 Gender Audits

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Constitution and Civil Society Project Collection

  • ZA SAHA AL3297
  • collection
  • 2014

The oral history component forms series A of the collection. Interviews have been arranged in alphabetical order by interviewee surname within each region: A1 - Cape Town, A2 - Durban, A3 - Gauteng.

Research materials form series B and project documentation series C of the collection.

The oral history and research component form part of the broader project collection on the Constitution.

Dale McKinley conducted the thirty-three oral history interviews in 2014 in three regions - Cape Town (12 interviews), Durban (3 interviews) and Gauteng (18 interviews). He submitted the audio-recordings (MP3 format) to SAHA by region and this order has been retained for the purpose of archival arrangement. The transcripts, transcribed by Victoria Hume, are accessible online. Consent were obtained from interviewees to make their interview materials publically available.

A collection of related research materials on crucial constitutional rights cases as well as academic, legal and activist materials written over the past two decades submitted by Dale McKinley in electronic format is also part of this collection.

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Shifty Records Project Collection

  • ZA SAHA AL3296
  • collection
  • 1985 - 1990

The materials deposited by Lloyd Ross (series A-C) form the core of the Shifty Records project collection and include Shifty Records organisational material, but largely a wealth of materials relating to the musicians whose music Shifty recorded, such as the digitised audio recordings, artists’ correspondence, lyric sheets, press releases, news clippings and photographs, as well as digitised copies of album releases (covers, inner sleeves and vinyl records). Documents from the Shifty archive (series A) were withdrawn from SAHA by Lloyd Ross in 2020 and lodged with the Africa Open Institute (AOI) for Music in Stellenbosch as part of their Hidden Years Project. All digitised items included here will remain accessible on this site.

Series D contains materials donated by people other than Lloyd Ross:

Michael Drewett donated education material relating to music and censorship; copies of materials relating to the censorship of Shifty Records' Kalahari Surfers release 'Bigger than Jesus' and Mzwakhe Mbuli's 'Change is Pain'.

Copies of materials relating to the SABC's restriction on airplay of music recorded by Shifty Records were obtained from the SABC Record Library and include: Agendas of the SABC Central Record Acceptance Committee (CRAC) meetings; SABC internal correspondence memos; lyric sheets with comments by the SABC CRAC on why a particular song was restricted; faxes from the SABC Record Librarian to Shifty records to inform them of decisions taken by CRAC; and digitised copies of a number of vinyl records with covers and inner sleeves containing the ‘Avoid’ stickers next to song titles and scratched tracks to prevent DJs from playing the songs.

In order to fill the gaps identified in the collection, SAHA has also obtained artefacts from other sources, such as Shifty artists, Shifty workers and Shifty friends.

Series E contains the oral history component of the project and materials include the audio recording and transcripts of interviews with Lloyd Ross, Warrick Sony, Carl Raubenheimer, Brendan Jury, Chris Letcher, Mzwakhe Mbuli, Koos Kombuis, Chris Letcher, Matthew van der Want, Gary Herselman, Simba Morri, Willem Möller, Roger Lucey, and Hannalie Coetzee. The interviews were conducted by Michael Drewett on behalf of the South African History Archive (SAHA) and the Rhodes University Department of Sociology for the Shifty Records Legacy Archive Project in 2013-2014, and transcribed by Victoria Hume.

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