Southern Africa REPORT

(Vol. 9 No. 3)
by S.A.R. Collective, Toronto Committee for Links Between Southern Africa and Canada
Toronto, Canada
January 1994
Publisher: Toronto Committee for Links Between Southern Africa and Canada
36 pages
Contents: Editorial: Peasants and Politics • The Rural Challenge: The ANC and the Countryside by Henry Bernstein • The Rural Challenge: Women and Land by Michelle Friedman • Land Reform in Namibia: Why Not? by Chris Tapscott • Main'Lydia • The Politics of the Aftermath: Peasant Options in Mozambique by Otto Roesch • Banking on Hunger: Food Security in Zimbabwe by Colin Stoneman and Carol Thompson • Angolan Democracy: The International Betrayal by Victoria Brittain • Trade Union Strategies: The Debate Continues • from Avril Joffe to Sam Gindin • Sam Gindin replies • Counterpoint by Marit Stiles • Reviews: • The Literate Factory: A Mozambican Case Study by Jonathan Barker • BACK ISSUES OF SAR AVAILABLE! • The newsletter includes a review of the book Literacy, Power, and Democracy in Mozambique: The Governance of Learning from Colonization to the Present by Judith Marshall, Westview Press, Boulder Colorado 1993. The newsletter discusses the Transvaal Rural Action Committee (TRAC), the ANC (African National Congress), land questions, white agriculture at the end of apartheid, white farmers, national oppression, capitalist exploitation, he South African Agricultural Union (SAAU), the Conservative Party, the Orange Free State, the Transvaal, Bantustans, the DBSA (Development Bank of Southern Africa), KwaZulu, KaNgwane, the black working class, the World Bank, Govan Mbeki, the Freedom Charter, the Land and Agricultural Policy Centre (LAPC), the National Land Committee, the South African Development Trust, land redistribution, the Rural Women's Movement (RWM), Henry Bernstein, John Saul, FOSATU, SWAPO, the IMF (International Monetary Fund), Renamo, Frelimo, Lionel Cliffe, the Grain Marketing Board (GMB), the MPLA, Jonas Savimbi, Unita, Joe Slovo, the South African Communist Party (SACP), Zaire, President Mobutu, SADF (South African Defence Force), troops, Nelson Mandela, Alioune Blondin Beye, King Hassan of Morocco, President Houphouet-Boigny of the Ivory Coast, President Dos Santos, Mario Soares in Portugal, Boutros Ghali, trade union struggles, COSATU, Tito Mboweni, the Toronto Committee for Links between Southern Africa and Canada (TCLSAC), the Latin American Working Group (LAWG), the Development Education Centre (DEC), liberation struggles, liberation movements, UN sanctions, the Security Council, General Ben Benn, Canada Latin America Resource Centre (CLARC), the Southern Africa Resource Centre (SARC), and the Development Education Centre.
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