The TRC was set up in terms of the Promotion of National Unity and Reconciliation Act, No. 34 of 1995. The mandate of the commission was to bear witness to, record and in some cases grant amnesty to the perpetrators of crimes relating to human rights violations, reparation and rehabilitation.
The ANC made five seperate submission to the TRC:
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 June 2010
Truth and Reconciliation Commission
|03 Nov 1998||Events leading to the application for an interdict against the TRC|
|28 Oct 1998||ANC submission to the TRC in reply to the TRC`s "Findings on the ANC"|
|20 Nov 1997||ANC Submission to Special TRC Hearing on The Role of Business|
|30 Sep 1997||African National Congress Submission on Media to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission|
|12 May 1997||Further Submissions and Responses by the ANC to questions raised by the Commission for Truth and Reconciliation|
|15 Nov 1996||Questions from the TRC to the ANC in response to the ANC first submission to the TRC|
|20 Aug 1996||ANC Statement to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission|
|07 Sep 1992||Skweyiya Commission Report|
|14 Mar 1984||Stuart Commission Report|
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