ECSA Bulletin

(#160)
by Episcopal Churchpeople for a Free Southern Africa
New York, New York, United States
May 1, 1995
10 pages
Type: Newsletter
Coverage in Africa: South Africa, Tanzania
Coverage outside Africa: United States, United Kingdom
Language: English
Contents: SOUTH AFRICA: CREATING THE FUTURE CONSTITUTION • The newsletter has an article on ANC Constitution News and how to subscribe. The newsletter reprints newspaper articles including: "Free State at forefront on farming solutions," "Huddleston tells us much for our comfort" by Olga Horowitz, "ASSESSING THE PERFORMANCE OF THE RDP" by Amrit Manga, [Title not included] by Harvey Tyson, "The immutable politics of South African gold" by Michael Hill, "Closure of Pelindaba uranium plant ends a costly chapter in SA's history" by Roy Cokayne, "South Africa Emerges as a Force for Extending Nuclear Arms Pack" by Barbara Crossett, and "Nominations for human rights body"  by Adrian Hadland. The newsletter discusses Patrick "Terror" Lekota, landlessness, unemployment, housing, Cas Human, the ANC (African National Congress), agriculture, farming, Father Trevor Huddleston, the Community of the Resurrection, the struggle to end apartheid, Julius Nyerere, Bishop of Masasi, the Anti-Apartheid Movement, Nelson Mandela, violence in KwaZulu-Natal, King Zwelithini, Chief Buthelezi, the Reconstruction and Development Programme (RDP), Jay Naidoo, water supply, electrification, school feeding schemes, drug-dealers, drug-traffickers, police, Sacob, the National Business Initiative, the South African Council of Churches (SACC), Anglo-American Corp., Michael O'Dowd, crime, Joseph de Broize, Thandi Motokeng, Soweto Anti-Violence Education (SAVE), Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Elliot Shabangu, Western Deep Levels mine, gold, President Nelson Mandela, black workers, mines, dynamite, John Sematle, Marcel Golding, the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM), Wilmot James, the Institute for Democracy in South Africa, the mining industry, the Atomic Energy Corporation (AEC), the Koeberg nuclear power station, Waldo Stumpf, Johann Paulsen, Joseph Cirincione, the Campaign for a Nonproliferation Treaty, the Clinton Administration, Foreign Minister Alfred Nzo, Tom Zamora Collina, the Institute for Science and International Security, Vice President Al Gore, Secretary of State Warren Christopher, F.W. de Klerk, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), The Africa Fund, Helen Suzman, Max Coleman, Brigalia Bam, Charles Dlamini, Karthy Govender, Shirley Mabusela, Rhoda Kadakie, Barney Pityana, Pansy Tiakula, Anne Routier, Chris de Jager, and South Africa's new human rights commission.
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