Southern Africa Support Committee News Letter

(Vol. 8)
by Southern Africa Support Committee
Pasadena, California, United States
Nov-Dec 1977
23 pages
The newsletter includes an article on Angola with information about MPLA and UNITA, the beginning of the armed struggle, the Portuguese pull-out, Operation Carlota, conflict in Zaire's Shaba province, an attempted coup in Angola, developments in Southern Africa, and strengthened ties between Guinea-Bissau and Angola. An article about the role of U.S. corporations in South Africa includes Figure A: Direct Investments of U.S. Firms in South Africa and Figure B: Rate of Profits (US Firms in South Africa). • History of the Southern Africa Support Committee • The Second Anniversary of Angola's Independence • What does Southern Africa mean to Us? • Role of U.S. Corporation SOUTH AFRICA Pt. 2 • News Briefs • 600 Arrested In South African Police Crackdown • Israel's Foreign Minister Gives Support To South Africa • Indian Dentist Hung In South African Jail • UNITA Threatens Refugee Planes • South Africa's Only Black Newspaper Closed Down By Police • Foreign Firms In South Africa May Produce Weapons • S.A.S.C. Branch on UCLA Campus • S.A.S.C. Principles of Unity • The U.S.-British Plan for Zimbabwe • Steven Biko Murdered by the South African Government • New Wage of Repression in South Africa • Whites leaving Rhodesia • ERITREA…a look inside • Hundreds March Against Police Conference • ANNOUNCEMENTS • Del Monte Boycott • Clothing Drive • Books Available • Funds Needed • Wanted- Criticism of Newsletter!
Used by permission of a former member of the Southern Africa Support Committee.
Collection: Carol B. Thompson and Bud Day Papers on Southern Africa, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections