ECSA Bulletin

by Episcopal Churchpeople for a Free Southern Africa
New York, New York, United States
March 25, 1995
10 pages
Type: Newsletter
Coverage in Africa: Angola, Namibia, South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States, Denmark
Language: English
The newsletter reprints newspaper articles and a letter to the editor including "Kader Asmal's clean-up team" by Eddie Koch, "Black Sash awarded Danish peace prize," "Black Sash changes" by Mary Burton," "High lever defector claims Savimbi plans more war," "Peace shaky in Angola" by Mark Train, "More than 300 crime syndicates operating in SA," "Aids set to engulf South Africa," "British hired killer tells of attempt to unseat Mandela" by Tim Rayment, "Mandela must lay Winnie's curse to rest" by Phillip van Niekerk, "Disposing of the MUAFANGEJO estate," and four articles by Hugh Pope ("South Africa wakes from its long sleep," “Lack of voters as SA sets poll date," "Turmoil returns to liberal campus," and "Buthelezi lays siege to monarch’s grip and Mandela's dream"). The newsletter reprints an advertisement "Vote in the Local Government Elections Get your ID book NOW!" The newsletter discusses the South African economy, consumers, the Johannesburg Chamber of Commerce, Marius de Jager, manufacturers, Peter Scott-Wilson, Markinor, unemployment, the South African Chamber of Business, Keith Lockwood, banks, Chris Stals, the Reserve Bank, interest rates, President Nelson Mandela, trade unions, Chris Liebenberg, the Rugby World Cup, taxes, imported cars, international trade agreements, foreign investors, the ANC (African National Congress), Alec Irwin, Nkosazana Zuma, Ruth Mompati, Penuell Maduna, Wilton Mkwayi, Rocky Malebane-Metsing, corruption, the Danish Foundation for Peace, the Black Sash Advice Office Trust, the first post-apartheid local elections, KwaZulu-Natal, Eastern Transvaal, violence, F.W. de Klerk, Ron Haswell, Pietermaritzburg, Mangosuthu Buthelezi, Thabo Mbeki, the Democratic Party, Tony Leon, George Fivaz, citizens of the former homelands, Transkei, Bophuthatswana, Venda, Ciskei, the SAPS Criminal Intelligence Division, SAP (South African Police), HIV, Dr. Coenraad Slabber, the Ministry of Health, the World Health Organization, Dr. Peter Piot, Vice-Chancellor Robert Charlton, the University of Witwatersrand, students, racism, the Student Representative Council (SRC), Muzi Sikhakhane, African music, Peter Jordi, Heinrich Wohmke, Tyrone Chadwick, terrorism, murder, Ken Parker, Tom Parker, the AWB (Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging, Afrikaner Resistance Movement), the Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP), white extremist activities, guns, weapons, the Third Force, graves, farmworkers, Eugene Terre'Blanche, Winnie Mandela, Soweto, the ANC Women's League, Ben Ngubane, the Coordinated Anti-Poverty Programme, the Congress of Traditional Leaders of South Africa (CONTRALESA), Goodwill Zwelethini, Namibian artist John Muafangejo, Gavin Younge, Orde Levinson, the Arts Association, the Anglican Church, the Namibia judiciary, church lawyers, copyright, and the National Gallery of Namibia. 
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