Southern Africa REPORT

(Vol. 8 No. 1)
by S.A.R. Collective, Toronto Committee for the Liberation of Southern Africa
Toronto, Canada
July 1992
Publisher: Toronto Committee for the Liberation of Southern Africa
36 pages
Contents: Editorial: Drought & Democracy • The Politics of Drought: Southern Africa Fights Back • Democracy vs. Economic Liberation: The Zambian Dilemma by Marcia Burdette • Malawi: Revolution Without Leadership? by Melvin E. Page • Race, Class & Land in Zimbabwe by Kimberly Ludwig • At War with the Future? Black South African Youth in the 1990s by Colin Bundy • End Game? The ANC’s Victor Moche Interviewed • Honoring the Sports Boycott by Bruce Kidd • Mozambique Revisited • I. The Struggle for Mozambique: An Activist's View by Judith Marshall • II. Grass-roots Mozambique: A Cooperant Reports by Brad Lester • Review: Striking Back: An Insider's View of COSATU by David Pottie [Striking Back: A History of COSATU by Jeremy Baskin, Ravan Press, Johannesburg 1991] • The newsletter discusses the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Carol Thompson, destabilization, RENAMO, Southern Africa Development Co-ordination Conference (SADCC), US AID (United States Agency for International Development), the Beira Corridor Group (BCG), David Zausmer, food security, maize, the European Economic Community (EEC), international donors, grain marketing boards, UNICEF, U.N. list of Least Developed Countries, Kenneth Kaunda, the United National Independence Party (UNIP), the Movement for Multiparty Democracy (MMD), trade unionist Frederick Chiluba, the Zambia Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU), the New Economic Recovery Programme (NERP), Lt. General Christon Tembo, the Fourth National Development Plan, the Southern African Trade Union Coordinating Council (SATUCC), Chakufwa Chihana, Dr. Kamuzu Banda, the Malawi Congress Party (MCP), Atati Mpakati, Mkwapatira Mhango, Albert Muwalo, Isa Macdonald Lawrence, the Nyasaland African Congress (NAC), the University of Malawi, Malawi's Catholic bishops, the School for International Training (Vermont), the Lancaster House Agreement, the Land Acquisition Act, Nelson Mandela, Sipho Maseko, the Azanian Students Convention (AZASCO), Moeti Mpuru, the South African Students Congress (SASCO), the Joint Enrichment Program (JEP), the Development Bank of South Africa, unemployment, Bantu education, black townships, Percy Qoboza, apartheid, the education crisis, the State of Emergency, F.W. de Klerk, CODESA II, the anti-VAT (Value Added Tax) campaigns, Sam Ramsamy, the University of Toronto, sanctions, the National and Olympic Sport Congress, the mass democratic movement, the National Olympic Committee of South Africa (NOCSA), the South African Non-Racial Olympic Committee (SAN-ROC), the International Olympic Committee (IOC), the Olympic Games, Zola Budd, the General Union of Agricultural Cooperative (UGCAN), the Rural Women's Association, KARIBU, NGOs, COCAMO (Cooperation Canada-Mozambique), CUSO, Oxfam, YWCA, Lutheran World Relief, Canadian Cooperative Association, Steelworkers Humanity Fund, CIDMAA, Frelimo, Samora Machel, UGCAN, FAO, Jeremy Baskin, Elijah Barayi, Jay Naidoo, and the UDF (United Democratic Front).
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Used by permission of former members of the Southern Africa Report (SAR) Collective of the Toronto Committee for Links between Southern Africa and Canada (TCLSAC, successor to the Toronto Committee for the Liberation of Southern Africa).