Constitution of the Republic of South Africa Act 200 of 1993, Chapter 16, National Unity and Reconciliation:
ANNEX 6 AGENDA ITEM II.4: NATIONAL RECONCILIATION: I. GENERAL PRINCIPLES:
5. In the spirit of National Reconciliation, all Angolans should forgive and forget the offenses resulting from the Angolan conflict and face the future with tolerance and confidence. Furthermore, the competent institutions will grant an amnesty, in accordance with Article 88 (h) of the Constitutional Law, for illegal acts committed by anyone prior to the signing of the Lusaka Protocol, in the context of the current conflict.
AGREEMENT ON ENDING HOSTILITIES IN THE REPUBLIC OF CONGO
(29 DECEMBER 1999)
Chapter III: General Stipulations
Article 5: The signatories agree to the following:
The adoption and promulgation of a General Amnesty law covering acts of war committed from 5 June 1997 up until the date this agreement is signed.
THE GENERAL FRAMEWORK AGREEMENT: ANNEX 7
Agreement on Refugees and Displaced Persons
Article VI: Amnesty
1995 PEACE AGREEMENT
Section III. Restoration of Peace and National Reconciliation
A general amnesty will be decided upon in favour of the elements of the ORA and the elements of the Defence and Security Forces as well as other agents of the State for all acts committed because of the conflict prior to the date of the signing of this present Agreement.