AZAPO


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AZAPO

(aˈzapəʊ)
n acronym for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Azanian People's Organization
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4) AZAPO v President of RSA and others 1996 (4) SA 672 CC.
In AZAPO, the Court considered the application of the Geneva Conventions (175) and their Additional Protocols (176) to the struggle against apartheid.
Malan then describes a number of interviews with AZAPO activists that chiefly detail the incidents of violence themselves.
Side by side with articles about the revolutionary momentum in Vietnam, Nicaragua, Grenada, South Yemen, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Somalia, Iran, Afghanistan and the former Portuguese colonies of Africa, were pieces taking the measure of the resistance in El Salvador, Namibia, Malawi, Sudan, the Philippines and East Timor and analysing the capacity of imperialism to renew itself and repress anew -- in Chile, El Salvador, South Africa (where Siva's `Open letter to No Sizwe'[13] influenced the thinking of AZAPO on race, class and caste) and in the Middle East.
124) The promotion of teachers in Guateng or the award of a contract by director general of the Education Department to an old AZAPO associate might be cases in point.
In those assignments she specialized in monitoring and assessing political developments within the ANC, PAC, AZAPO and the IFE
In black politics, the beneficiaries would be those groups plainly hostile to the Codesa process: Inkatha, the PAC and AZAPO, organisations which have, thus far, demonstrated only an ability to bring mayhem and sectarianism, whether of the ideological or ethnic variety, to the country.
Mandela is also on the verge of bringing the Black Consciousness organization Azapo into his coalition and has been able to win over a majority of homeland leaders.
If you believed in the ANC's Freedom Charter you attended a UDF service; if you swore by the BCM and the Azanian Manifesto you went to an Azapo rally.
53) This case was brought by the AZAPO party and the families of a number of prominent survivors, and directly challenged the constitutionality of the TRC's amnesty provisions.