This report analysed the actions taken by F W de Klerk during his first 100 days as President of South Africa. It argued that he had made no significant changes to the apartheid system.



Report making the case for sanctions against South Africa and examining the role played by Scottish companies in the apartheid economy. The report reviews Scottish anti-apartheid campaigns and assesses the impact of the boycott of South African goods.

Report of a symposium on the history of the Anti-Apartheid Movement held at South Africa House, London on 25-26 June 1999. The symposium included contributions from Baroness Barbara Castle, Abdul Minty and Lord Bob Hughes, former Hon. Secretary and Chair of the AAM, Professor Shula Marks, Stuart Hall, South African High Commissioner Cheryl Carolus, Peter Katjavivi, former SWAPO representative, UN Centre against Apartheid Director E S Reddy, Victoria Brittain, Patsy Robertson and South African Cabinet Minister Kader Asmal. It marked the 40th anniversary of the founding of the AAM.