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Amnesty International

A photocopy of a letter by Nelson Mandela to Amnesty International.

Mandela, Nelson Rolihlahla

Archbishops of Cape Town Part iii

The records of Anglican church in South Africa includes: correspondence, circulars of amoung the letters there is the ANC letter to Mr. De Klerk, address by Nelson Mandela. Joint undertaking between Nelson Mandela and Mangosuthu Buthelezi on peace and the democratic process 1993. Documents on Nelson Mandela 1990 and correspondence between Archbishop Tutu and Pastor Ray Macauley on rights to enquire about Nelson Mandela's religious conviction.

Tutu, Desmond Mpilo

Centre for Applied Legal Studies 1980-1999

Report and correspondence of the commission of inquiry on the demonstration of May 21 1991 in relation to the suspension of Winnie Mandela and the members of the women's league.
ANC speeches, statements including the speech delivered by Nelson Mandela on his release on 11 February 1990.

Centre for Applied Legal Studies (CALS)

South African Council of Churches

South African Council of churches records include: Address by Arch Bishop Desmond Tutu calling for Mandela to be released, the Release Mandela Campaign, speeches by Nelson Mandela, memoranda sent by Brigalia Bam to Nelson Mandela on crime and violence, TRC minutes on crime and violence (meeting with President Mandela, moral leadership of the church and statements by Nelson Mandela on TRC.

South African Council of Churches (SACC)

South African Clothing and Textile Workers Union

Natal Joint Crisis Committee: Reports and correspondence relating to the violence in Natal and to the meeting aimed at reducing the violence : Correspondents include E. Barayi, Mangosuthu Buthelezi, John Copelyn, Arch Bishop Denis Hurley, A. Gumede, Nelson Mandela and Willies Mchunu.

Womens' National Coalition