Southern Africa REPORT

(Vol. 10 No. 3)
by S.A.R. Collective, Toronto Committee for Links Between Southern Africa and Canada
Toronto, Canada
March 1995
Publisher: Toronto Committee for Links Between Southern Africa and Canada
36 pages
Contents: Editorial: Policy and Power • Under the Microscope: The ANC in Power by Patrick Bond • Spelling Out the Policies: • I. The Housing Question by Barry Pinsky • II. Whose Health? By Yogan Pillay •  Savimbi … Again by Victoria Brittain • Joe Slovo • I. Ode to a Mensch by Linzi Manicom • II. Words and Deeds by John S. Saul • Civics in Zimbabwe: Are They Making a Difference? by Richard Saunders • AIDS, Education, Theatre: A Zimbabwe Experience by David Pottie • Bell Curve, South Africa Style: Rewriting the Civics Movement by Mzwanele Mayekiso • The newsletter discusses the African National Congress (ANC), COSATU (Congress of South African Trade Unions), the Reconstruction and Development Programme (RDP), the Government of National Unity, Dennis Brutus, the IMF (International Monetary Fund), Nelson Mandela, Thabo Mbeki, Alex Erwin, Chris Stals, Anglo American, Bobby Godsell, Rand Merchant Bank, Rudolf Gouws, National Institute of Economic Policy, Macroeconomic Research Group, Keynesian economics, Jay Naidoo, the Zimbabwe African National Union (ZANU), GATT, Trevor Manuel, apartheid, the Reserve Bank, the Newly Industrializing Countries (NICs), the World Bank, domestic consumption, PepsiCo, Luster Cosmetics, Bernie Fanaroff, Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), urban poor, women, youth, the working class, grassroots leaders, provincial ministries, forced removals, SACP (South African Communist Party), Sanco (South African National Civics Organization), housing policy, Rooftops Canada, the National Housing Forum, the Housing White Paper, Botshabelo, end-user finance and the mortgage lenders, townships, home ownership, the University of Durban- Westville, the Department of Health, the Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP), the NP (National Party), the  South African Chamber of Business, primary health care, Jonas Savimbi, Unite, the Lusaka Accord, MPLA, South African mercenaries, Gbadolite, President José Eduardo Dos Santos, Bailundo, Lusaka, Namibe, Addis Ababa, Abijan, the diamond areas in Lunda, Negage airport, Isias Samakuva, General Joāo Matos, Zaire, Morocco, Frelimo, Africa Watch, the Non-Aligned Movement, Alex Vines, the Soweto Uprising, Afrikaans slang-words, Black Consciousness, Ruth First, socialism, mass democratic organizations, MK (Umkhonto we Sizwe), Robert Mugabe, ZANU (PF), ZANU-PF, structural adjustment programme (ESAP), opposition parties, the Forum Party, the World Health Organization (WHO), HIV positive, Tisa Chifunyise, the Children's Media Trust, unsafe sex, the Women and AIDS Support Network, OXFAM Canada, declining health resources, the South Africa National Civic Organisation (SANCO), Moses Mayekiso, Lechesa Tsenoli, Newt Gingrich, Charles Murray, Lawrence Schlemmer, the Urban Foundation, the Consultative Business Movement, Nedcor, Old Mutual, Civic Associations of Johannesburg, Pierre Wack, Shell Oil, Maude Motanyane, Mamphela Ramphele, Sheila Sisulu, Bob Tucker, the Development Bank of Southern Africa, Joint Management Committee in Alexandra township, activists,  the National Intelligence System, Musa Soni, Planact, and Bruce Boaden.
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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).