ECSA Bulletin

by Episcopal Churchpeople for a Free Southern Africa
New York, New York, United States
May 30, 1995
10 pages
The newsletter reprints newspaper and magazine articles including: "The Truth and Reconciliation Commission" and "'Ms Land' has grand plan to reshape SA" by Eddie Koch, "Namibia and democracy at five," "Now for Hire: South Africa's Out-of Work Commandos" by Howard W, French, [Title not included] by Phillip van Niekerk, "In an Old Forest, New Trees Grow" by Michael Hill, “SHOULD LESOTHO BE INTEGRATED INTO SOUTH AFRICA?", and "Drought over in southern Africa." The newsletter discusses Minister of Justice Dullah Omar, the Government of National Unity, the Truth and Reconciliation Bill, Priscilla Hayner, Father Michael Lapsley, Nelson Mandela, the African National Congress (ANC), the Centre for the Victims of Violence and Torture, President Sam Nujoma, SWAPO (South West African Peoples Organisation), Gwen Lister, police, Home Affairs, the armed forces, the National Security Intelligence Agency, Nangolo Ithete, Nahas Angula, Nico Bessinger, Hanno Rumphf, grassroots democracy, Nigerian dictator Sani Abacha, The Namibian, Chief Moshood Abiola, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, President Nelson Mandela, political prisoners, solitary confinement, the apartheid regime, Selous Scouts, Crowbar, Executive Outcomes, Jonas Savimbi, UNITA (National Union for the Total Independence of Angola), Cubans, MPLA, William Sass, the South African Defence Force (SADF), Sierra Leone, the Revolutionary United Front, African military affairs, Capt. Valentine Strasser, an international embargo, insurgents, Eeben Barlow, Jakkie Cilliers of the Institute for Defence Policy, Aileen Marshall, the Global Coalition for Africa, land reform, Sue Lind, the United Democratic Front (UDF), the End Conscription Campaign, the Grahamstown Rural Committee, forced removal, Evaton township, political violence, KwaZulu/Natal, the Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP), Paul Taylor, the Rugby World Cup, the South African Rugby Football Union, Louis Luyt, the Springboks, Chester Williams, Ned Breslin, Operation Hunger, Lloyd Vogelman, the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation, Jessie Duarte, Ian Robertson, the National Party, guns, Alex (Alexandra), Maureen Penance, lawlessness, Thami Sibisi, the squatter camp of Ivory Park, murder, rape, unemployment in the black population, Moses Selako,  artwork, Sankie Nkondo, housing, Mary Metcalfe, the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM), the Lesotho Highlands Development Project, the Lesotho Highlands Water Project, the Basotho Congress Party, the Customs Union, the Reconstruction and Development Programme (RDP), migrant workers, mines, mohair, crop failure, farmers, maize, the World Food Programme, the Food and Agriculture Organization, and the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC). 
Used by permission of former board members of the Episcopal Churchpeople for a Free Southern Africa.
Collection: Elizabeth S. Landis collection, National Archives of Namibia