E.S. [Enuga Sreenivasulu] Reddy, a national of India, has been an active supporter of the South African freedom movement for more than half a century.
As head of the United Nations Centre against Apartheid for over two decades, he played a key role in promoting international sanctions against South Africa and assistance to the liberation movement, as well as in organising the world campaign to free Nelson Mandela and other political prisoners.
The ANC is in an alliance with the South African Communist Party (SACP) and the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU). Each Alliance partner is an independent organisation with its own constitution, membership and programmes. The Alliance is founded on a common commitment to the objectives of the National Democratic Revolution, and the need to unite the largest possible cross-section of South Africans behind these objectives.
Last updated: 29 July 2010
ES Reddy - 1973
|26 Dec 1973||Christmas and New Year message by Oliver Tambo distributed illegally in South Africa|
|11 Jul 1973||Statement by Oliver Tambo at a press conference in Addis Ababa|
|20 Jun 1973||Statement by Oliver Tambo at meeting to commemorate South Africa Freedom Day and to condemn the 600-year alliance between Britain and Portugal|
|11 Apr 1973||Statement by Oliver Tambo at the International Conference of experts for the support of victims of Colonialism and Apartheid in Southern Africa|
|09 Apr 1973||Statement by Oliver Tambo on behalf of Liberation Movements, at the International Conference of experts for the support of victims of Colonialism and Apartheid in Southern Africa|
|06 Apr 1973||Paper presented by the African National Congress to the International Conference of Experts for the support of the victims of colonialism and apartheid in Southern Africa|
|02 Apr 1973||Tribute by Oliver Tambo to the United Nations Special Committee against apartheid statement at the meeting of the special committee on its tenth anniversary|
|01 Mar 1973||Statement by Oliver Tambo to the annual meeting of the African Studies Association, Syracuse|
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