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Time to bury the Great White Hope
Published under the title “Rituals and realities”, in: Leadership South Africa, vol. 7, no. 3, 1988, pp. 19 - 22.
Article by Dr. F. van Zyl Slabbert, M. P., leader of the opposition for publication
Article. The PFP’s stand on the NP’s “step in the right direction” politics and its position should the Government introduce reforms; questions what exactly is meant by the term “reform”.
Article (No. 11), written for the Argus
Article (No. 11), about the crisis in black education due to the vast inequalities of quantity, quality and accessibility to facilities and resources between Black and White in South Africa.
N.P. van Wyk Louw memorial lecture, delivered at the University of Johannesburg
An anecdotal, biographical and analytical synopsis of the important place of the Afrikaans language in his life. Accompanied by manuscript. On page 6 of the holograph manuscript there is a note regarding a 1988 conference ...
Overview of election politics and voter behaviour in South Africa after the 1999 election; Ken Owen; FVZS’s election campaigns as Opposition Leader in the “old” South Africa; Tony Leon and the Democratic party’s improved ...
Hey! It’s the 27th April. So what?
Article regarding the inadequacy of the current electoral system for national and provincial politics to promote serious democratic participation and accountability. Also attached is a printout of the article from Brand ...
Article for South 1987-05-26
Lead sentence: “One of the legacies of almost 40 years of NP rule, has been the inflation of words beyond any recognised meaning. They lose their value in the difficult art of communication”.
Why you should support the PFP
Article about why you should support the PFP. Senior assistant editor, Wilf Nussey puts 10 questions to FVZS about the PFP’s policy, to assist voters in the forthcoming election. Attached are the questions and answers.
Untitled article, sent to Peter Sullivan, The Star
Lead sentence: “The Government has been warned time and again that its policy of black resettlement in the Homelands and particularly its policy of treating the Cape Western Region as a Coloured Labour preference area would ...
Article for Sunday Times (Fleur de Villiers)
Poses the question: “What to do with the “urban blacks?”