Southern Africa REPORT

Mozambique: The Peace Election
(Vol. 10 No. 2)
by S.A.R. Collective, Toronto Committee for Links Between Southern Africa and Canada
Toronto, Canada
December 1994
Publisher: Toronto Committee for Links Between Southern Africa and Canada
35 pages
Type: Newsletter
Coverage outside Africa: Canada
Language: English
Contents: Editorial: Two Cheers for Democracy • Mozambique: The “Peace Election” by John S. Saul • The Election Results • The View from Manica by Lois Browne • Nampula Diary by Stephen Allen • Angonia: Why Renamo? by Olaf Tataryn Juergensen • Elections in Malawi: The Perils of Regionalism by Wiseman Chijere Chirwa • Royal Watching in Buthelezi Country by Gerhard Maré • The Killing Machine by Alex Vines • The New Terms of Solidarity A South African View by Mzwanele Mayekiso • Review: In Darkest Hollywood by David Pottie • The newsletter includes a review of In Darkest Hollywood: Cinema and Apartheid, a film written and directed by Daniel Riesenfeld and Peter Davies; a Nightingale/Villon production, 1993. The newsletter discusses apartheid, Hastings Kamuzu Banda, the World Bank, the IMF (International Monetary Fund), President Chissano, GraŅ«a Machel, Oxfam-Canada, Canadian observer teams, Frelimo (Front for the Liberation of Mozambique), Afonso Dhlakama, UNITA, MPLA, Alberto Joaquim Chissano, COCAMO, Samora Machel, the National Election Commission (NEC), UNOMOZ (United Nations Operations in Mozambique), the Organization of Mozambican Women (OMM), Maria Magdalene Charomar, NGOs, the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), the National Assembly, the Peace Accord, Shangan speakers, women’s voices, voter education, Radio Mozambique, the Provincial Electoral Commission, the Association of Rural Women, Union of General Coops (Paulo Samuel Kancoba Coop), the National Electoral Commission, peasant political consciousness, soldiers, refugee camps in Malawi, a referendum, a one-party state, a multi-party system, the Alliance for Democracy (AFORD), the Malawi Congress Party (MCP), the United Democratic Front (UDF), Tom Chakufwa Chihana, Elson Bakili Muluzi, Mangosuthu Buthelezi, Sfiso Zulu, the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC), the ANC (African National Congress), Nelson Mandela, Shaka Day, KwaZulu-Natal, the Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP), the National Party, Zulu kings, Natal/KwaZulu, the KwaZulu Bantustan, CODESA, Multi-Party negotiators, the Government of National Unity, King Goodwill, Human Rights Watch/Africa, arms shipments, the Bicesse Accords, social justice, the South African National Civic Organization (SANCO), the Reconstruction and Development Programme (RDP), capital flight, Alexandra, the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), the Civic Associations of Johannesburg, the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), Marcia Burdette, Wiseman Chirwa, and John Saul. [Note: This PDF is incomplete; numbered page 33 is missing; the PDF should be 36 pages.]
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).