Southern Africa

(VOLUME VIII NO. 11)
by Southern Africa Committee
New York, New York, United States
December 1975
35 pages
Contents: OVERVIEW Detente: A Noose Around Freedom's Neck • FEATURE South Africa's Military Build-Up: US on the scene by Jennifer Davis • south africa • POLITICS • TRANSKEI INDEPENDENCE DATE SET • CONTINUED ARRESTS • COLOURED COUNCIL ADJOURNS IN PROTEST • BAN ON WINNIE MANDELA EXPIRES • BUS BOYCOTT ENDS IN VICTORY • SOUTH AFRICAN ECONOMICS • GOVERNMENT ACTS TO UNDERMINE BLACK UNIONISM • MIGRANT LABOR SYSTEM GROWING • BANTUSTAN INVESTMENT PICTURE • SOUTH AFRICA AND THE WORLD-ECONOMIC NOTES • SOUTH AFRICA DEVALUES THE RAND-CRITICISM FOLLOWS • STATE COMMITS MILLIONS TO OIL EXPLORATION • SOUTH AFRICA FOREIGN RELATIONS • THE WEST GERMAN-SOUTH AFRICAN ATOMIC BOMB CONNECTION • IVORY COAST-SOUTH AFRICA • namibia • THE WIDENING WAR • THE INTERNATIONAL WAR • SOUTH AFRICAN FORCES CREATE SECURITY ZONE • THE PUPPET DELEGATION VISITS THE U.S.A. • DETAINEES • zimbabwe • WARFARE INTENSIFIES • ZAMBIA'S STAND • NKOMO'S RESPONSE • SMITH'S MERITOCRACY • PROTECTIVE LEGISLATION • angola • ANGOLA: AN MPLA STRONGHOLD ON THE EVE OF INDEPENDENCE • O.A.U. EFFORTS AT CONCILIATION • NUMBER OF REFUGEES DECLINES • The Struggle Continues • Mozambique • INTERNAL DEVELOPMENTS • FOREIGN MINISTER ADDRESSES GENERAL ASSEMBLY • PRESIDENT NYERERE VISITS MOZAMBIQUE • NEWS IN BRIEF • Guinea-Bissau • THE ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION CONTINUES • FOREIGN AFFAIRS • Cape Verde • THE REPUBLIC OF CAPE VERDE • CAPE VERDEAN POLITICS IN THE NORTHEASTERN U.S. • THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE • Neighbors • THE ZAMBIAN ECONOMY • ZAIRE AND SOUTH AFRICA • MALAWIAN MINE WORKERS • at the UN • COUNCIL FOR NAMIBIA HEARS MERORO, CONDEMNS PUPPET DELEGATION • ANTI-APARTHEID ACTION TAKEN A STEP FURTHER • ANC SPEAKS BEFORE FOURTH COMMITTEE • SOUTH AFRICAN AGGRESSION IN ANGOLA CONDEMNED •  UNITED STATES and SOUTHERN AFRICA • EVIDENCE OF US INTERVENTION IN ANGOLA • SCHAUFELE TO REPLACE DAVIS IN AFRICA POST • US AID FOR ZAIRE ZOOMS TO RECORD $81 MILLION • AMERICAN MERCENARIES HELD BY BOTSWANA • ACTION NEWS and NOTES • WORKING CONFERENCE OF NORTH AMERICAN GROUPS AT MADISON • NEW YORK TIMES KEEPS ADVERTISING FOR DISCRIMINATORY JOBS • ZIMBABWEAN FINED $1000 IN DELAWARE • NEW VOICES PROTEST SUPREMES S.A. VISIT • PROTEST SOUTH AFRICAN SPORTS ADS & "WHITES ONLY" TENNIS • HEAD BISHOP CALLS FOR CONSIDERATION OF SANCTIONS AGAINST SOUTH AFRICA • INTERNATIONAL ACTIONS • INTERNATIONAL SOLIDARITY GROWS • OTHER INTERNATIONAL ACTIONS • BOYCOTTS AND CAMPAIGNS • MPLA Solidarity Committee Formed • UPDATE • COLBY REVEALS U.S. ROLE IN ANGOLA • EVENTS IN ANGOLA • SOVIET ROLE IN ANGOLA SPARKS AFRICAN CRITICS • NKOMO FORECASTS RENEWAL OF STINKWOOD SUMMIT • SOUTH AFRICAN LIBERATION MOVEMENT DENIES MERGER • SOUTH AFRICA CONFIRMS NUCLEAR PLANS • SENATE VOTES POSTPONEMENT OF INDIAN OCEAN BASE • TALKS RE-CONVENED IN WINDHOEK • BOTSWANA HOLDS AMERICANS FOR ESPIONAGE • 
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