- Christine Taubira, (garde des sceaux, ministre de la Justice française), "Nelson Mandela : Rolihlahla, pour transfigurer le monde" 
- "Nelson Mandela: the radical", AJE
Nelson Mandela: Le rêve d'une nation (France Culture: les Grandes Traversées)
- British Concentration Camps of the South-African War 1900-1902 
- Harold McMillan's "Winds of Change" speech 1960
- South Africa & weapons of mass destruction wikipedia
- Project Coast wikipedia
- Steve Biko wikipedia
- Breyten Breytenbach's "Nelson Mandela is Free" from The Memory of Birds in Times of Revolution (1990)
Apartheid / South Africa in Music
- Youssou N'dour
- Gil Scott Heron (Johannesburg)
- the SWAPO singers with Robert Wyatt ("Winds of Change")
- Alpha Blondy ("Apartheid is Nazism")
- Peter Gabriel "Biko" (en particulier)
- Peter Tosh (Apartheid)
- "Sun City" (Zandt)
- Paul Simon, Graceland, breaks the cultural embargo?
- Bono - U2
- Miles Davis - Amandla (power in Xhosa / Zulu)
- Miriam Makeba:
Zenzile Miriam Makeba was born in Johannesburg on 4 March 1932. Her mother was a Swazi sangoma (traditional healer-herbalist). Her father, who died when she was six years old, was a Xhosa. When she was eighteen days old, her mother was arrested for selling umqombothi, an African homemade beer brewed from malt and cornmeal. Her mother was sentenced to a six-month prison term, so Miriam spent her first six months of life in jail.
When she tried to return to South Africa in 1960 for her mother's funeral, she discovered that her South African passport had been cancelled
Comparisons with segregation in the Southern US
Comparisons with Indian reservations in the US
Comparisons with Palestine
In 1961, the South African prime minister, and the architect of South Africa's apartheid policies, Hendrik Verwoerd, dismissed an Israeli vote against South African apartheid at the United Nations, saying that "Israel is not consistent in its new anti-apartheid attitude... they took Israel away from the Arabs after the Arabs lived there for a thousand years. In that, I agree with them. Israel, like South Africa, is an apartheid state." source Wikipedia, source, Andrew James Clarno, The Empire's New Walls: Sovereignty, Neo-liberalism, and the Production of Space in Post-apartheid South Africa and Post-Oslo Palestine/Israel, 2009. p. 66-67
- Jimmy Carter, Palestine: Peace not Apartheid, 2006.
- Nelson Mandela, "Memo to Thomas Friedman about Israel and Palestine", 2001.