ECSA Bulletin

by Episcopal Churchpeople for a Free Southern Africa
with Namibia Communications Centre
New York, New York, United States
June 8, 1987
10 pages
The newsletter reprints newspaper articles including: "Thousands choose 'one person, one vote'", "U.S. Actions Anger S. Africa Rebels" by Vivienne Walt, "Rise in South Africa's Economy to Boost Spending on Police" by Allister Sparks, "S. African union group joins extra-parliamentary opposition" by Patrick Lawrence, "Tambo calls for 'concrete action' by business against Pretoria" by Michael Holman, "Apartheid by another name", "'Beneficiaries' of the indaba don't know about it, says Natal survey", "In South African 'Showcase,' Reports of Brutality and Arrests" by John D. Battersby, "SA police seize rebel prince as he leaves the British consulate" by Patrick Laurence, "Police hunt Chikane", and "Bill: My faith is stronger". The newsletter reprints THE LUSAKA STATEMENT published by the Namibia Communications Centre. The newsletter reprints a newspaper advertisement A MESSAGE TO ALL DEMOCRATS by COSATU. The newsletter discusses South African Nation Students Congress (SANSCO), P.W. Botha, the National Union of South African Students (NUSAS), Nelson Mandela, the United Democratic Front (UDF), Murphy Morobe, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), the African National Congress (ANC), Oliver Tambo, the Reagan administration, U.S. policy, Nkwabi Ng'wanakilala, the Southern African Development Coordinating Conference (SADCC), gold prices, Finance Minister Barend du Plessis, Pieter W. Botha, Jay Naidoo, the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU), the strike by black railway workers, the South African Railway and Harbours Workers Union (SARHWU), apartheid, economic sanctions, international companies, the South African military, Business International, Lynda Chalker, Chief Gatsha Buthelezi, KwaZulu, Natal, Michael Sutcliffe, the University of Natal, the Programme to Combat Racism of the World Council of Churches, justice, peace, the Harare Declaration, banks, corporations, the KwaNdebele homeland, former Chief Minister Simon Skosana, Jon Qwelane, Brigadier Herzog C. Lerm, Col. Andries Kuhn, Paramount Chief David Mabusa Mabhoko Mahlangu, Piet Ntuli, Helen Suzman, the Progressive Federal Party (PFP), Prince Cornelius Mahlangu, King David Mapoch, George Mahlangu, Minister of Law and Order Adriaan Vlok, General Johann Coetzee, General Henie de Witt, Transkei, Ciskei, Bophuthatswana, Frank Chikane, the South African Council of Churches (SACC), the Institute for Contextual Theology (ICT), Cuban troops, SWAPO, a World Day of Prayer, colonial domination, Beyers Naude, Francois Bill, the Evangelical Presbyterian Church, the Alliance of Black Reformed Churches in South Africa, and detention.
Used by permission of former board members of the Episcopal Churchpeople for a Free Southern Africa.
Collection: Patricia L. Beeman Southern Africa Liberation Committee collection, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections