Baobab Notes

(Volume 2 Number 2)
by Mozambique Solidarity Office
with Karin Candelaria (editor), Prexy Nesbitt (editor), Joseph Hanlon, Association of West European Parliamentarians for Action Against Apartheid
Chicago, Illinois
December 1992 / January 1993
10 pages
Type: Newsletter
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
The newsletter is a special double issue that contains the first issue of Mozambique peace process bulletin written and edited by Joseph Hanlon and published by the Association of West European Parliamentarians for Action Against Apartheid (AWEPAA) in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The newsletter includes information about Frelimo, the Organization of Mozambican Women (OMM), and MPLA. Baobab Notes Contents:: South Africa's UNITA Airlift Brings Frontline Protests • World Bank Reports on Mozambique Economy • The Angola Crisis: Fighting Intensifies in Angola • Far-Right Plans to "Re-colonize" Mozambique • Announcement • Mozambique • OMM Prepares Its 20th Anniversary Celebration • Mozambique Water Systems Worsened by Drought • Beira Church Reopens • Hunger in Gorongosa • Mozambique Needs $500 million for Emergency Program • The Angola Crisis • Angola's Peace Process: Lessons for Mozambique • While Savimbi-led UNITA Makes War, US Government Continues Refusal to Recognize • Region • Southern Africa Must Import 7.75 Million Tons of Grain in 1993 • Lesotho Elections Postponed Again • US Aid to Mozambique Criticized: US official says AID exists to weaken Mozambique government • Elections in Namibia: SWAPO Makes Large Gains • Timetable for the Mozambican Peace Process, Likely Schedule Revision 1993-4 • Bill Proposed to De-Politicize Police in Zimbabwe • Further Announcements • Mozambique Support Network T-Shirts for Sale • Ideas for Action • South Africa • Bophuthatswana Bulldozes Shacks • Violence Continues • Basic Worker's Rights Extended to Farm and Domestic Workers • ANC and Government to Meet • 114 Deaths in Police Custody • subscribe • book available from MSO Mozambique peace process bulletin Contents: Cease-fire holds, but election delay likely • No access yet to Renamo zones • UN approves huge operation • Four towns taken and retaken • Child Soldiers • More than 100,000 to be demobilized • Private armies • Five parties registered
Used by permission of Prexy Nesbitt, former staff member of Mozambique Solidarity Office.
Collection: George M. Houser (Africa collection), Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections