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Goldstone Commission of Inquiry Collection

  • ZA COM 11
  • Series
  • 1991-1994
Judge Richard Goldstone was appointed as chair of the Commission of Inquiry Regarding the Prevention of Public Violence and Intimidation in Ocotber 1991 by President F W de Klerk, to investigate political violence and intimidation that occurred between July 1991 and the 1994 general election that ended apartheid in South Africa. It became known as the Goldstone Commission.

Goldstone, Richard Joseph

Madiba-1990

Radio South Africa Actuality - Report by Ami Nanackchan on a rally addressed by the Deputy president of the ANC Mr Nelson Mandela, in Durban. In the address, Mr Mandela refers to violence and killings in Natal and asks the people engaged in violence to throw their weapons into the sea.

RECORDBC 19900226

SABC Sound Archives

Madiba -1990

RSN Interview by reverend Ngcobo with Chief Minister of Kwa Zulu and president of Inkatha Dr. Mangosuthu Buthelezi about an incident in which eight people who were killed in Natal. In the interview, he voices his views on
multi-party democracy and his relationship with Mr. Nelson Mandela.

RECORDBC 19900620

SABC Sound Archives

Madiba -1990

RSN Actuality
Report by Clement Ntombela on a press conference where the deputy president of the ANC Mr Nelson Mandela gives his views on the violence in Natal and also reacts to the steps announced the State President to curb the violence.

RECORDBC 19900403

SABC Sound Archives

Madiba -1990

Radio South Africa actuality on violence in Worcester, deputy President of the ANC Mr Nelson Mandela spoke about the violence throughout the country during a rally in Worcester.

RECORDBC 19900918

SABC Sound Archives

Madiba -1990

RSN Actuality -report by Sarah Oelofse on a press conference where the president of the ANC Mr Nelson Mandela gives his views on the violence in Natal and refers specifically to the role of the South African police in the conflict- Mr Mandela also gives reasons for the suspension of the talks with the South African government.

RECORDBC 1990403

SABC Sound Archives

Madiba -1990

TV 1- Actuality - Mr Nelson Mandela the deputy president of the ANC answers questions put to him by a panel of journalists. The questions focus on:-
1. Violence in the country relationship between the ANC and Inkatha- Education-
2. The issue of economic sanctions- nationalisation- religion- the relationship between the ANC and the SACP-
3. Multiparty democracy- the possibility of an alliance
4. The ANC relationship with homeland leaders
5. The fears of the conservative whites.

RECORDBC 19900812

SABC Sound Archives

Madiba -1990

Service - Radio South Africa - Actuality Radio Today- Violence in the townships- report by Herman Steyn on a meeting between the deputy president of the ANC Mr Nelson Mandela and the representatives of the South African Police about the violence in the black townships. - An Actuality of Mr Nelson Mandela and the minister of law and order Mr A.J. Blok-on allegations made by the police.

RECORDBC 1990817

Report by Herman Steyn on a meeting between the deputy president of the ANC Mr. Mandela
and the representatives of the South African police

SABC Sound Archives

Madiba -1990

RSN Interview- Unknown - New Constitution- Interview by Lehana Tsotetsi with the state president Mr F.W. De Klerk about negotiations for a new constitution, the role of the government and the ANC. Violence in South Africa, reforms that have taken place, the issue of sanctions and Mr De Klerk's opinion of Mr Nelson Mandela.

RECORDBC 1990000

SABC Sound Archives

Madiba -1990

Radio South Africa Actuality- Mass meeting of the ANC at Soccer City - the First National Bank Stadium in Crown Mines, Johannesburg to welcome back the Freed ANC leader Mr Nelson Mandela- crowd sings and cheer, a praise singer for Mr Nelson Mandela. Speech by Mrs Albertina Sisulu, speech by Mr Walter Sisulu, who pays tribute to Mr Mandela and introduces him to the people and the Speech by the Freed ANC leader Mr Nelson Mandela who refers to the hardships of Apartheid and the struggle for freedom, the crisis in education, the need for the continuation of the armed struggle-- violence in Natal and the country as a whole, the role of the police, nationalisation and distribution of wealth, housing and the economy, the plight of the workers democracy and the importance of a disciplined mass action in the struggle for freedom

RECORDBC 19900213

SABC Sound Archives