South African, Information on Armscor and Armaments Development and Production Act
September 27, 1985
Resolution of the International Atomic Energy Agency General Conference on South Africa’s Nuclear Capabilities
Alarmed that South Africa may be capable of developing nuclear weapons, the IAEA calls upon South Africa to submit its nuclear facitilies to agency safeguards, and calls upon all IAEA member states to hault nuclear cooperation with South Africa.
Annex, 'Terms of Reference of the President of the Republic of South Africa to the Commission of Inquiry into the Alleged Arms Transactions Between Armscor and One Eli Wazan and Other Related Matters'
Presidential directive setting out the terms of reference for the Cameron Commission to inquire about all of Armscor's recent arms deals.
March 08, 1994
Letter, South African Ambassador R. F. Botha
July 27, 1994
Letter, L. H. Evans Director General, to Mr. Tielman de Waal, Chief Executive of Armscor, Regarding Arms Sales
The Director General Evans writes to the Chief Executive of Armscor recommending South Africa be more discreet when selling arms to other states.
August 05, 1994
Cable, South African Department of Foreign Affairs, Forwarding Copy of Armscor Letter to Mission in Washington
Copy of a letter to Washington that discusses reforms to make Armscor more centralized.
August 08, 1994
Cable, South African Department of Foreign Affairs, US Restrictions on Armscor
Report on status of Armscor trading with the United States, in the wake of pending trade restrictions, and with the United Kingdom.
October 26, 1994
Memorandum, South African Department of Foreign Affairs, 'Cameron Commission of Inquiry: Lebanese Arms Sale'
Memorandum on the progress of the Cameron Commission's probe into Armscor's dealings.
November 14, 1994
South African Department of Foreign Affairs, 'Cameron Commission - Armscor Case'
Discusses the Cameron Commission and the debate about whether South African arms deals should be transperant to the public.
November 16, 1994
South African Department of Foreign Affairs, 'Cameron Commission: Implications of Publishing Country Classifications and Details of Arms Transactions'
Report on the Cameron Commission recommending that partners in arms dealings should remain secret.
November 16, 1994
South African Department of Foreign Affairs, 'Cameron Commision: Armscor in Camera Proceedings'
Internal report on the progress of the Cameron Commission.
October 28, 1996
Letter, South African Department of Foreign Affairs Director-General to the Non-Proliferation Secretariat
Letter to D. J. van Beek, the Non-proliferation Secretary, regarding the South African National Conventional Arms Control Committee request for an interdepartmental working group on national policy on transparency in arms trade and transfers.