Progress Report Winter 1990

by Fund for a Free South Africa
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Winter 1990
10 pages
Type: Report
Coverage in Africa: South Africa, Zimbabwe, Zambia
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
The report presents the background and goals of the Fund for a Free South Africa (FreeSA) and lists its Board of Directors and Advisory Board. The report lists the projects supported by FreeSA on issues such a women, youth, health care, media, labor, culture, and community development. Funded projects in South Africa include: Squatter Community Schools, Western Cape; Lilian Ngoyi Day Care Centre, Soweto; South African Youth Congress, Johannesburg; Afrapix, Johannesburg; South African Commercial Catering and Allied Workers Union, Johannesburg; Kgwana Cultural Project, Sekhukhuneland; Community Arts Project, Cape Town; Alexandra Civic Organization, Alexandra; and Agrarian Project/National Land Committee, Johannesburg. Funded projects elsewhere in Southern Africa include Nehanda Publishers in Harare, Zimbabwe and the following in Lusaka Zambia: Women's Section, African National Congress; Malibongwe Conference/Women's Section, African National Congress; Dora Tramana Creche; Youth Section, African National Congress; Dept. of Arts and Culture, African National Congress; and Chongela Farm. These projects also were funded: Harriet Hardy Institute/Industrial Health Research Group, Boston, MA/Cape Town; The Africa Fund/United Democratic Front, New York, NY/Johannesburg; Cultural Resistance/Afrapix, Boston, MA/Johannesburg, SA; Sechaba Singers, Newark, NJ; and Nthabiseng Mabusa, Boston, MA.
Used by permission of the South Africa Development Fund (successor to the Fund for a Free South Africa).
Collection: Private collection of David Goodman