Southern Africa REPORT

(Vol. 10 No. 4)
by S.A.R. Collective
Toronto, Canada
May 1995
Publisher: Toronto Committee for Links Between Southern Africa and Canada
36 pages
Contents: Editorial: Elections Are Not Enough • A Hollow Shell: Democracy in Zimbabwe by Richard Saunders • The SWAPO Sweep by Lauren Dobell • Troubled Monarchy, Troubled Country: What Future for Lesotho? by Larry Swatuk • Swaziland by Larry Swatuk • After the Count in Over: Mozambique Now by a Special Correspondent • What's Left of the South African Left? by Dan Connell • Canada and Southern Africa: The Liberal Aid Massacre of 1995 by Our Ottawa Bureau Chief • Review: Amnesty not Amnesia: Dealing with the Past in South Africa by Colin Leys • The newsletter includes a review of the book Alex Boraine, Janet Levy, Ronel Sheffer (eds.), Dealing with the Past: Truth and Reconciliation in South Africa, IDASA, Capetown, 1994. The newsletter discusses unemployment, Robert Mugabe, ZANU-PF, the World Bank, structural adjustment, spending on social services, Edgar Tekere, the Zimbabwe Unity Movement, ZANU-Ndonga, Enoch Dumbutshena, the Forum Party of Zimbabwe, Vivian Mwashita, a Constituent Assembly, Democratic Turnhalle Alliance (DTA), Dirk Mudge, Hage Geingob, Walvis Bay, the Trans Caprivi, the Trans Kalahari, the Namibian National Assembly, Monitor Action Group, the African Christian National (ACN), MP Kosie Pretorius, the Rehoboth-based Federal Convention of Namibia (FCN), the Worker's Revolutionary Party (WRP), SWANU, Mishake Muyongo, Sam Nujoma, the Democratic Coalition of Namibia (DCN), the United Democratic Front (UDF), MAG (Monitor Action Group), Kosie Pretorius, Moses Katjiuongua, Oshivambo-speaking Namibians, the Caprivi, union leaders, Bernard Esau, John Shaetonhodi, Walter Kemba, NUNW (National Union of Namibian Workers), Ben Ulenga, parliament, the Highlands Water Project, the BNP (Basotho National Party), the Basutoland Congress Party (BCP), Dick Weisfelder, Chief Leabua Jonathan, Ntsu Mokhehle, King Moshoeshoe II, Retelisitsoe Sekhonyana, Khabele Matlosa, Phisoana Ramaema, Major General Metsing Lekhanya, the Lesotho Liberation Army, South African commando raids, Radio Lesotho, James Cobbe, King Mswati III, Imbokodvo National Movement, the late King Sobhuza II, Tibiyo Taka Ngwane, the Swaziland Posts and Telecommunications Corporation (SPTC), the Swaziland Youth Congress (Swayoco), the Peoples United Democratic Congress (Pudemo), elections, the Tinkhundla system, Humaras (Human Rights Association of Swaziland), Swanafro (Swaziland National Front), Maxwell Lukhele, guerrilla struggle, democracy, Frelimo, Renamo, Joaquim Chissano, the National Assembly, Vicente Ululu, José de Castro, Raul Domingos, local elections, the African National Congress (ANC),the South African Communist Party (SACP), the Reconstruction and Development Programme (RDP), COSATU (Congress of South African Trade Unions), Hein Marais, NUMSA (National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa), Jeremy Cronin, the IFP (Inkatha Freedom Party), the World Trade Centre negotiations, the ANC Women's League, Langa Zita, the South African Women's Charter, Paul Martin, Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), NAFTA, the World Trade Organization, the Canadian Council for International Co-operation (CCIC), the Official Development Assistance budget, the Special Fund for South Africa, Minister of State Christine Stewart, OXFAM-Quebec, OECD countries, Truth Commission Bill, the National Unity and Reconciliation Bill, the National Party (NP), Alex Boraine, Mary Burton, André du Toit, Wilmot James, IDASA (Institute for a Democratic Alternative in South Africa), and the Goldstone Commission.
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).