The Arusha Conference was held, from 1-4 December 1987, under the theme: Peoples of the World unit against Apartheid for a Democratic South africa.
More than 60 countries were represented at Arusha and there were more than 500 delegates.
The ANC is in an alliance with the South African Communist Party (SACP) and the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU). Each Alliance partner is an independent organisation with its own constitution, membership and programmes. The Alliance is founded on a common commitment to the objectives of the National Democratic Revolution, and the need to unite the largest possible cross-section of South Africans behind these objectives.
Last updated: 04 August 2010
|04 Dec 1987||Arusha Conference: Declaration|
|04 Dec 1987||Statement from the Arusha Conference|
|04 Dec 1987||Closing speech by Oliver Tambo at the Arusha conference|
|01 Dec 1987||Address by Oliver Tambo at the opening session of the Arusha Conference|
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