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Referendum article for the Star
Lead sentence: “For South Africa, first prize would be widely acclaimed, fair and free elections on the 27th April, 1994.”; variations on “worst case outcomes”; transition has been allowed to become much more uneven and ...
Article for the Sunday Times 1985-09-08
Gives an overview of the present circumstances under the State of Emergency; pointless to call a National Convention immediately, but proposes actions that a Convention Alliance could be involved in to restore law and order ...
Foreword for the September issue of Leadership
The dynamics of the transition in South Africa from an authoritarian regime to “rather uncertain democratic outcomes.” Accompanied by manuscript and email.
Article for the Sunday Times Constitutional Forum Booklet
Re the Government’s new Constitution Bill; minimum essentials for a new and better constitutional plan to succeed; reasons why the PFP is convinced that it is a step in the wrong direction.
Article for Sunday Tribune 1983-10-21
Open letter to the Voters of the White electorate, urging them to vote “No” in the coming Referendum.
Article for the Sunday Times 1983-06-02
Article re the conflicting opinions held by Mr Carter Ebrahim and Mr David Curry of the Labour Party on the National Party’s new Constitutions Bill; reasons why the Progressive Federal Party rejects the Bill.
South Africa in crisis
Extract of address to a public meeting at the Town Hall, Mooi River, Natal, on Wednesday, 27 March 1985.
Untamed South Africa
Published in The Economist, pp. 13-14.
How does one benchmark the transformation in South Africa?
Article in answer the question: “How does one benchmark the transformation in South Africa?”
National party's inability to handle crisis
Extract of address given by Dr. F. van Zyl Slabbert MP, to a public meeting held at Howick, Natal on Monday, 25 March 1985.