ECSA Bulletin

(#138)
by Episcopal Churchmen for South Africa
New York, New York, United States
July 10, 1993
10 pages
Type: Newsletter
Coverage in Africa: South Africa, Tanzania
Coverage outside Africa: United States, United Kingdom
Language: English
The newsletter includes "Mandela: 'We will have to overcome'" , a newspaper reprint of the statement by Nelson Mandela on receiving Liberty Metal. The newsletter includes reprints a newspaper articles including "Pretoria's long march to the end of an era", "For Bheki, revenge is sweeter through the ballot box" by John Carlin, "John Carlin reports from Katlehong on the human damage in South Africa's worst night of political violence this year", "Township stunned by savage night" by Rich Mkhondo, "David Beresford in Johannesburg talks to the neo-Nazi who joined the ANC and the black guerrilla who became a National Party activist", "Kevin Watkins and Victoria Brittain on the crisis among developing nations as some of the world's poorest economies face annual interest bills of $10 billion from the rich countries represented at the Tokyo summit", "Dangerous myth of the Zulu warrior" by John Carlin, "Killings highlight SA police inertia" by David Beresford, "The gunmen, the driver and random death in S Africa" by David Beresford, "The security police emerged as the prime suspects in a wide range of unsolved political killings at the Goniwe inquest this week" by Louise Flanagan, "Search for new agenda on ending apartheid in South Africa begins with humour", "A cry for his unloved county" by John Ezard, and "A curious conversion: by David Albright. The newsletter discusses Bill Clinton, the National Party, the African National Congress (ANC), the Pan-Africanist Congress (PAC), the Inkatha Freedom Party, the Convention for a Democratic South Africa (Codesa), Boipaton, Bheki Mkhize, Chief Mangosuthu Buthelezi, Linda Shweni, Albert Faji, Robert McBride, the Minister of Law and Order, Captain Craig Cotze, violence, Roelf Meyer, Petra Burrill , David Chuenyane, Eugene Terre'Blanche, Cyril Ramaphosa, Robert Mugabe, the Zimbabwe African National Union (ZANU), F.W. de Klerk, General Joshua Gqozo, Ciskei, the Conservative Party, Johan van der Merwe, AK-47 rifles, the Port Elizabeth Black Civic Organization (PEBCO), Dirk Coetzee, Sipho Hashe, Champion Galela, Qaqawuli Godolozi, Victoria Mxenge, Griffiths Mxenge, Vlakplaas, Koevoet, Major Doen Nieuwoudt, Archbishop Trevor Huddleston, the Anti-Apartheid Movement, Sir Shridath Ramphal, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Julius Nyerere, South Africa's nuclear program, nuclear weapons, the Kentron Circle facility, Advena, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the South African Atomic Energy Corporation (AEC), Gert Enslin, and Armscor.
Used by permission of former board members of the Episcopal Churchpeople for a Free Southern Africa.
Collection: Private collection of David Wiley and Christine Root