Southern Africa

(Volume 5, Number 5)
by Southern Africa Network-ELCA
with Eva Jensen, Pietermaritzburg Agency for Christian Social Awareness, Joan Gerig (editor), Carol Thompson (editor), Harvey Nelson, Marie Nelson
Chicago, Illinois, United States
September - October 1995
12 pages
Type: Newsletter
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Contents: Act Now to Save Aid for Africa • PROTECT US FUNDING FOR HUNGER PREVENTION AND SELF-HELP DEVELOPMENT • COMPANION SYNOD REPORTS • Caribbean Synod-Eastern Diocese ELCSA • Northeastern Ohio Synod-Northern Diocese ELCSA • Companion Synods of the ELCA and Churches in Southern Africa • Companion Covenant • ADVOCACY • LANDMINE VICTORY • Southern Africa Landmines Action • Torture Victims Bills Need Support • SEMPRE ANDAR NO CAMINHO SEGURD "Always Walk on the Safe Path" • Angolan Landmine Kit Available from SAN • SOUTHERN AFRICA NEWS BRIEFS • Namibian Editor Wins Award • Land Claims Mounting • Malawi Keeps Death Penalty • Angolan Oil Production Up • No African Peacekeeping Force • Savimbi Offered Vice-Presidency • World Bank/IMF to South Africa? • Namibian President Wins Hunger Prize • US Front for Apartheid • SOUTHERN AFRICA CHURCH NEWS • Chikane Forgives Tormentor • Youth Call for Church Unity • SACC Accepts New Members • Call for Black Leadership in Church • Njuoma Lauds LWF Role • CALENDAR OF ACTION AND REFLECTION • Litany from the 1992 All Africa Conference of Churches General Assembly • One Nation-One Team • NETWORK NOTES • The newsletter includes am insert INCOME DISTRIBUTION IN SOUTH AFRICA, PACSA FACT SHEET NO. 41 of June 1995. The newsletter discusses the Development Fund for Africa, Rev. Gail Brodersen-Heins, the Lutheran Office on Governmental Affairs, The Africa Fund, Senators McConnell, Helms, and Wellstone, USAID, Pastor Caroline Mhlongo, Bishop Clifford M. Molefe, the Leahy Amendment to the Defense Authorization Act, the Vienna Conference on Conventional Weapons, the South African Ministry of Defense, the South Africa Landmines Campaign, the International Campaign to Ban Landmines, the Comprehensive Torture Victims Relief Act, Gwen Lister, a Nieman Fellowship, Harvard University, the South African Commission on Restitution of Land Rights. The Malawi National Assembly, OPEC, the Organization of African Unity (OAU), UNITA, MPLA, Jonas Savimbi, Finance Minister Chris Liebenberg, James Motlatsik, the National Union of Mineworkers, President Nelson Mandela, Sam Nujoma, Joyce Mungherera, the YWCA, the African Prize for Leadership for the Sustainable End of Hunger, Javier Perez de Cuellar, the International Freedom Foundation (IFF), President De Klerk, Paul Erasmus, Frank Chikane, the South African Council of Churches (SACC), the NGK-Dutch Reformed Church, the Roman Catholic Church, the Christian Council of South Africa, Archbishop Wilfred Napier, the Southern African Catholic Bishops' Conference (SACBC), the Anglican Bishops’ Synod, Desmond Tutu, the Lutheran World Federation, the Paulinum Lutheran Theological Seminary, the Rugby World Cup, Wartburg Seminary, Abisai Shejavali, Franz Friedrich Graz, Julia Iilonga, the Lutheran Office for World Community, June Kjome, Dr. Molefe Tsele, the Lutheran School  of Theology, the Kairos Document, Dan Olson, the Namibia Support Fund, the Gini coefficient, racial income, poverty, income inequality, job creation, VAT, and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in American (ELCA). 
Used by permission of former members of the Southern Africa Network-ELCA.
Collection: William Minter Southern Africa Papers