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STUART COMMISSION REPORT
1984
COMMISSION OF INQUIRY INTO RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC
OF ANGOLA
March 14, 1984
Lusaka
CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION
2. EVENTS
ring2 BACKGROUND
ring2 EVENTS IN EASTERN ANGOLA AND LUANDA
3. ASSESSMENT AND CONCLUSION
4. RECOMMENDATIONS
5. APPENDICES: List of 32 Detainees


PART ONE
INTRODUCTION
Per its letter of the 13th February 1984, the Working Committee of the National Executive Committee of the African
National Congress established a Special Commission to fully investigate the developments that have taken place
within its ranks in the People's Republic of Angola.
Members of the Special Commission were:
1. Comrade James Stuart (Convener)
2. Comrade Antony Mongalo
3. Comrade Sizakele Sigxashe
4. Comrade Aziz Pahad
5. Comrade Mtu Jwili.
The Terms of Reference of the Special Commission were to investigate and report on:
1. The root cause of the disturbances;
2. Nature and genuineness of the grievances;
3. Outside or enemy involvement, their aim and methods of work;
4. Connection in other areas;
5. Ring leaders and their motives.
The Special Commission was mandated to interview and co-opt any member of the African National Congress and was
fully independent. It was authorised to examine all documents, reports and records of either the ANC Mission in the
RPA, the Regional Command or the Security Services.
The Special Commission left for Luanda on the With February 1984, and started its work on the following day. During
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