Southern Africa REPORT

(Vol. 9 No. 4)
by S.A.R. Collective, Toronto Committee for Links Between Southern Africa and Canada
Toronto, Canada
March 1994
Publisher: Toronto Committee for Links Between Southern Africa and Canada
36 pages
Contents: Editorial: Who's Celebrating? • The New Rules of the Game: Canada and South Africa 1993 by Linda Freeman • Keeping Pace: Solidarity Work and the New Globalism by Judith Marshall • New Diplomatic Asset! • Elections and After: Oxfam in South Africa by Meyer Brownstone • Abdul Shariff • Getting Away With It: Who’s Backing Savimbi? By Victoria Brittain • The Peoples Peace in Mozambique by Ken Wilson • “We Want Change” Cleaning House in Malawi by Wiseman Chijere Chirwa • The Forgotten Fifth: Farm Workers in Zimbabwe by Blair Rutherford • It’s Not Easy Being Brown: ANC Environmental Policies by David McDonald • ANC Environmental Policy • The newsletter discusses the Voter Education South Africa Canada (VESAC), Nelson Mandela, the ANC (African National Congress), Jonas Savimbi, UNITA, apartheid, F.W. de Klerk, the Nobel Peace Prize, Brian Mulroney, Kim Campbell and Jean Chrétien, Barbara McDougall, Perrin Beatty, André Ouellett, corporation, financial sanctions, the Bank of Nova Scotia, Marc Brault, Roy MacLaren, trade, the Export Development Corporation, Canadian engines for the South African Air Force, the Alusaf smelting project,  SNC-Lavalin, Pratt and Whitney, turboprop engines, John Schram, military specifications, Canadian corporations in the new South Africa, Mark Drake, the Canadian Exporters Association, Quebec Iron and Titanium (QIT), Richards Bay Minerals company (RBM), Rio Tinto Zinc (RTZ), the South African Council of Churches (SACC), the Struggle for St. Lucia (SSL), Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Chief Buthelezi, the Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP), Helen Suzman, Ron Gould, the Independent Electoral Commission, Flora Macdonald, Ed Broadbent, Iona Campagnolo, Sunera Thobani, Oxfam Canada, CIDA support for non-governmental parties, the National Action Committee on the Status of Women (NAC), the Ecumenical Coalition for Economic Justice (ECEJ), the Institute for Social and Economic Analysis (IBASE) in Brazil, a South South-North Network, the Toronto Committee for the Liberation of Portugal's African Colonies (TCLPAC), FRELIMO, MPLA, PAIGC, South African Education Trust Fund, Cooperation Canada Mozambique (COCAMO), COSATU, the UDF (United Democratic Front), the Toronto Committee for the Liberation of Southern Africa (TCLSAC), NGOs, NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement), CIDA, CUSO, structural adjustment programs (SAPs), General Constand Viljoen, Afrikaner Volksfront, Mangosuthu Buthelezi, Transitional Executive Council (TEC), the Women's Resource Centre, the Freedom Alliance, the Goldstone Commission, the National Peacekeeping Force (NPF), Katlehong, Impact Visuals, Cyril Ramaphosa, Joe Slovo, Afrapix, the Natal Indian Congress, the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC), the Independent Media Commission (IMC), the Electoral Law, voter education, OXFAM-Canada, violence, bombs, the OAU (Organization of African Unity), the European Community, the Commonwealth, The Abdul Shariff Memorial Fund, The Africa Fund, Sambizanga, the Development Workshop, Maris Orchidea Saraiva, the Angolan Women's Organization (OMA), UN food supplies, Uige, Cuito, Cuando Cubango, Manuel Aranda da Silva, Amnesty International, human rights, Special Envoy Paul Hare, Boutros Boutros Ghali, Chester Crocker, mines, Alioune Blondin Beye, Renamo, the General Peace Accords, ceasefire, government troops, the Morrumbala district, demobilization, banditry, the Malawi Young Pioneers (MYP), the Malawi Congress Party (MCP), the Third Battalion of the Malawi Army, the Kamuzu Institute for Youth, Operation Chitedze, Operation Bwezani, Hastings Banda, the Tribal Trust Lands, agricultural inputs, fertilizer, seeds, commercial farmers, peasant farmers, Robert Mugabe, ZANU (PF), the Lancaster House Constitution, the Land Acquisition Act, the National Employment Council, the Agricultural Labour Bureau (ALB), the Communal Lands, the General Agricultural and Plantation Workers Union of Zimbabwe (GAPWUZ), minimum wage legislation, the IMF (International Monetary Fund), Economic Structural Adjustment Programme (ESAP), Rural Councils, Rural-District Council, and nature conservation.
This record was digitized for Aluka.
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).