See these points from: Position Paper on the Cultural and Academic Boycott, Lusaka, May 1989 http://www.anc.org.za/ancdocs/pr/1989/pr0500.html 2.1 The Cultural and Academic Boycott of Apartheid South Africa (i.e. those bodies, institutions, cultural workers and products that promote, defend and give aid and comfort to the system of White minority domination) must consistently and continuously be strengthened as part of our strategy for the isolation of the Apartheid regime. No cultural workers, artists, sportspersons or academics should be permitted to travel to SA to perform or to impart their services save and except in those instances where such travel is clearly in furtherance of the national democratic struggle or any of its objectives. 2.2 Democratic and anti-racist SA artists, cultural workers, sportspersons and academics who seek to perform, work or participate in activities outside SA should be permitted to do so without fear of ostracism or boycott.
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