(Volume 5 Number 1)
by Mozambique Solidarity Office
with Susan White, Bernice Powell Jackson, Karin Candelaria (editor), Heeten Kalan (editor), Janet MacLean (editor), Prexy Nesbitt (editor)
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, United States
February/March 1996
10 pages
Contents: UNITA attacks reported in Namibia • SA and Mozambique defense deal • Beloved Leader Jean Sindab Dies • Anti-Apartheid Scholar and Activist Harold Wolpe Dies • Primary school ordered to accept black students • USAID threatens food aid to Mozambique • Angola Peace Monitor Vol. II, Issue 4, 12/18/95 • UN Secretary-General warns of progress • Washington visit marks closer relationship • UNAVEM face opposition • UNITA restarts quartering troops as UN deadline approaches • UNITA annual conference agrees to continue peace process • Government protests Zaire flights • Riot police quartered • UN Committee on UNITA arms admits failure • Executive Outcomes contract ended • Military actions continue • South Africa • S.A. government Land reforms • Apartheid army tied to poaching • Cuban doctors to South Africa • Pretoria criticized at SADC meeting • Panel meets about war effects on children • Workshop to tackle rural poverty • Angola and South Africa sign cooperation agreement • Eugene De Kock before the Truth Commission? • Apartheid victims to tell stories in public • Mozambique and Angola • Angola From the Ground Up • Land to stay with the State • Action in Swedish/Norwegian aid theft • US Ambassador to Mozambique attacks Mozambique Information Agency (AIM) • UNESCO: Mozambique needs human rights culture • Book Review • Book Review by Susan White, 1/30/96: Ending Mozambique's War by Cameron Hume, Washington, D.C., United States Institute for Peace • Blurbs & Quotes • Serving notice of eviction on… • The world of the Coca-Cola bottle • Turning the clock back to apartheid… • Children at war • Massaging egos • "African Madness" • Farewell to Jean by Bernice Powell Jackson
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