(Volume 2 Number 4)
by Mozambique Solidarity Office
with Terri Harris, Elizabeth Schmidt
Chicago, Illinois, United States
March - April 1993
8 pages
Type: Newsletter
Coverage in Africa: Angola, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Contents: Conservative Party Leader Accused of Plotting Chris Hani's Death • Oliver Tambo dies • Angolan inflation at 562% • Angola peace talks continue • RENAMO announces it refuses to work in peace commission • Walus "linked to intelligence" • SADC Opens Office in South Africa • Conservative Party leader Treurnicht dies • Hani's Assassin killed too early • It's "war" over gun licensing • Visiting Dutch assess SA police • RENAMO sold "200 elephant tusks a month" to the SADF • Mozambican Foreign Minister met with key Washington officials • State Department assesses human rights in Mozambique • Dedications (To Past and Future Generations) • Mines in Southern Africa: A Special Report: US enacts one year moratorium on sale of Anti-personnel mines; Demining Mozambique's rural roads; Study released on mines in Angola • ''Pollute the poor," argues World Bank Economist • World Bank paper suggests "massive redistribution of land" • ANC holds international solidarity conference, a special report by Terri Harris • A U.S.-created monster in Angola, By Elizabeth Schmidt • Inside Angola • UNITA's founder is new MPLA ambassador • Drought and war bring desperation to Angolans • UNITA “sells DeBeer’s illegal diamonds” • US Congress adopts resolution on Angola • US policy toward Angola languishes as Appointee waits for confirmation • Archbishop Jaime Gonclaves visits the US • RENAMO accused of hiding child soldiers from UN • Namibia: National Council inaugurated • Namibia and Guatemala initiate diplomatic relations
Used by permission of Prexy Nesbitt, former staff member of Mozambique Solidarity Office.
Collection: Kathleen Sheldon Southern Africa Collection, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections