Business Perceptions of Change in South Africa
The lecture was given by Gavin Lewis the Director of Research and Programs for the South Africa Foundation.
Report on RENAMO
The lecture was given by William Minter, a visiting researcher from the African Studies program at Georgetown University.
Apartheid Reform: What Does it Mean and Where is it Going?
Burton, Mary | Mjekula, Zwelenzima | Xundu, Mcebisi
The lecture was given by Mary Burton the National President of Black Sash, Zwelenzima Mjekula the Director of Ntombekhaya Mgubasi, the foundation for Social Development and Anglican Paris priest, and Mcebisi Xundu the Director for Justice and Reconciliation for the Anglican Diocese in Port Elizabeth.
Changing Soviet Perspectives on Southern Africa
This Lecture was given by Alexei Makarov, the senior expert on the USSR Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the Africa Department.
Current ANC Strategies After the Southwest African Agreement
The lecture was given by the Chief Representative for the African National Congress (ANC) Observer Mission to the United States.
Attacking Poverty and Hunger Through Black Empowerment
The lecture was given by Ina Perlman the Executive Director for Operation Hunger.
The Cities of South Africas Future
The lecture was given by Ann Bernstein the Executive Director for the Urban Foundation. The recording is noisy and distorted in places but audible.
The Role of Judiciary in the State of Emergency
The lecture was given by the Honorable Richard Goldstone, Judge of the Supreme Court of South Africa.
South Africa Under De Klerk
The lecture was given by Azhar Cachalia the National Treasurer of the United Democratic Front (UDF).
South Africa Update: The Defiance Campaign, the Elections and F.W. de Klerk
The lecture was given by Tom Lodge the Staff Associate at the Social Science Research Council and the author of Black Politics in South Africa Since 1945. As well as Karl Beck the Senior Associate at Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (CEIP) and former political officer in the U.S. Embassy in Pretoria 1985-1988.