Talk:United Democratic Front (South Africa)
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I've heard it said that "UDF" stands for "Uniroyal, Dunlop and Firestone" due the practice of Necklacing.
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MDM - Mass Demoratic Movement
What was the MDM, and how were they linked to the UDF? I recall they often had joint rallies in some areas. If they were significant they should be discussed in this article as well. Park3r (talk) 09:38, 23 January 2010 (UTC)
This articles needs a lot of work!
It is not referenced. However there seems to be plenty of information in the resources listed at the bottom of the article and, also, online at: http://www.dailymaverick.co.za/article/2013-08-22-the-udf-at-30-an-organisation-that-shook-apartheids-foundation/ It shouldn't be difficult for someone to fix it up.