Mozambique Support Network Newsletter

(Volume III Number 2)
by Mozambique Support Network
with Loretta Williams (Editor), Lisa January (Editor), Serif Ltd. (Design), Bay Area Mozambique Support Network
Chicago, Illinois, United States
Spring / Summer 1990
19 pages
Contents:MSN Inaugurates National Campaigns, by Rollie Hudson • MSN National Campaigns Defend Mozambican Youth - Defeat Apartheid Financers • NEWSBRIEFS • Renamo Train Ambush • MOSAIC • $100 Million in Aid • UNICEF Reports Donor 'Fatigue' • New U.S. Ambassador • Peace Talks Derail • Letter To South Africa END ALL FORMS OF SUPPORT FOR RENAMO • Workers Strike • NACALA HARBOR BACK IN ACTION • U.S. Relations With Mozambique - Latest Statements • DEPARTURE STATEMENT by President Joaquim Alberto Chissano and President Bush (Excerpts) • EDITORIAL: The Nicaraguan Elections: Lessons for Mozambique, by Jim Eitel & Chris Benner • The Coors-Renamo Connection, by Barbara Gude • BOOK REVIEW by William Minter of Socialist Ideology and the Struggle for Southern Africa by John S. Saul • NEW RESOURCES • MORE ON MALANGATANA: THE ART OF RESISTANCE VISITS CHICAGO • DEFEAT APARTHEID BOYCOTT CITIBANK! • MSN Massachusetts Passes A Milestone • CHICAGO YOUTH DECRY CITIBANK SUPPORT OF APARTHEID, by Rollie Hudson • Seattle Volunteers Respond to Need in Mozambique - Children Send a Message • INTERVIEW with Teodato Hunguana by Margaret Carol Lee of Tennessee Technological University at Cookeville (reprinted from African Commentary, March 1990) • “Renamo Watch” newsletter by San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of the Mozambique Support Network, including U.S. Right Tries to Legitimize Renamo Bandits, South African Support for Renamo Continues, and a list of U.S. Based Individuals and Organizations that support Renamo. The newsletter mentions Grace Jones, Dr. Loretta Williams, Mackie McCleod, Zubaida McLeod, American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), “Child by Child,” the Mozambique Support Committee in South Africa (MOSAIC), the Mozambique donors’ conference held at the United Nations, the Mozambique National Resistance (MNR/Renamo), rebel action, European donor pledges, the Lome Commission, refugees, Javier Perez de Cuellar, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), James P. Grant, the World Food Program, President Bush, diplomat Townsend B. Friedman, Jr., the State Department, President F.W. de Klerk, genocide, poet Jose Craveirinha, the Mozambican Writers Association, Albino Magaia, the South African Association of Democratic Journalists, the Congress of South African Writers, the Film and Allied Workers Organization, the Union of Democratic Universities South Africa, Nelson Mandela, the IMF (International Monetary Fund), the World Bank, economic restructuring, the Mozambican Workers' Organization (OTM), the Nacala and Beira Corridors, transport routes, Ruth Ansah Ayisi, Alfonso Dhlakama, Kamuza Hastings Banda, President Joaquim Alberto Chissano, Malawian troops, a private British security firm, the White House, the State Department, Congress, UNO (Union of National Opposition), FSLN, the Sandinistas, the Uptown Community Learning Center, the Heritage Foundation, the Free Congress Foundation, the Conservative Caucus, Russ Bellant, Political Research Associates of Cambridge, health clinics, cooperatives, energy sources, railways, CISMAA/COCAMO, Baobab Books, Malangatana Ngwenya, Maputo, Manufactures Hanover, J. P. Morgan and Company, debts, CitiCorp, HR3458, Congressman Walter Fauntroy, the House Banking Subcommittee on International Development, Finance, Trade and Monetary Policy, John Reed, Boston City Council, the sister-city relationship between Boston and Beira, the Museum of Science and Industry, Lisa January, Black Creativity Month, Diane McCain, Shell Oil, Coca-Cola, the Mozambique Health Committee, the Mozambican Ministry of Health, the Pratt Fine Arts Center, Ambassador Valeriano Ferrao, destabilization, Alderperson Helen Schiller, Southern Rhodesia, children, the Rhodesian army, colonial rule, ZANU (Zimbabwe African National Union), re-education camps, the 1984 Nkomati Accord, Portugal, negotiations, meeting with President Botha in Songo, President Mugabe, President Daniel arap Moi, Zaire, President Mobuto Sese Seko, the Soviet Union, democracy, the Mozambique Humanitarian Foundation (MHF), the Mozambique Business Foundation, Benjamin Ngwenya, Boaventura Leman, Julius Seff, James Blanchard, the United States Global Strategy Council, Jean Kirkpatrick, Roger Fontaine, Donald Rumsfeld, Robert Gersony, the book “Renamo: Anti-Communist Insurgents in Mozambique” by Sibyl Cline, Nick Della Casa, SADF (South African Defence Force), a mercenary in the Rhodesian Army, ANC (African National Congress), the Weekly Mail, South African Army helicopters, the Ndumu and Kruger Game Parks, the Cahora Bassa hydroelectric plant, and President Reagan.
Used by permission of former members of the Mozambique Support Network.
Collection: William Minter Southern Africa Papers