South Africa Election Watch - Campaign Update #2

by Dumisani S. Kumalo, The Africa Fund
with Human Rights Commission
New York, New York, United States
March 26, 1994
Publisher: The Africa Fund
8 pages
Type: Mailing
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Mailing of the South Africa Election Watch. The mailing says I am just back from a week long campaign with Nelson Mandela in the Northern Transvaal; I visited South Africa with Bill Lynch, former Deputy Mayor of New York City, who was invited by the ANC to assess and strengthen their "get out the vote" campaign. The mailing includes South Africa Election Watch '94 A Campaign To Protect The Peoples' Right To Vote. The mailing includes ELECTION WATCH, No. 3, March 1 - 16, 1994 by the Human Rights Commission. The mailing includes reprinted newspaper articles including "De Klerk's blind eye to slaughter" and "Those named in report". The mailing discusses the ANC (African National Congress), the Goldstone Commission, Judge Richard Goldstone, Colonel Eugene de Kock, the Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP), F.W. de Klerk, Mangosuthu Buthelezi, the Zulu people, apartheid, the police counter-intelligence unit C10, AK-47s, Themba Khoza, Sebokeng, firearms, Soweto, Kagiso, Katlehong, Lieutant-General Basie Smit, Major-General Krappies Engelbrecht, black policemen, train killings, Lieutenant-General Johan le Roux, Warrant-Officer Snor Vermeulen, Warrant-Officer Lionel Snyman, Vlakplaas, guns, Warrant-Officer Dawid Britz, Victor Ndlovu, Dries (Brood) van Heerden, SAP (South African Police), Absa Bank, Dougie Crow, Brigadier Beukes, Colonel Cronje, Willie Nortje, Charlie Chate, Chappies Klopper, Vossie de Kock, the East Rand Murder and Robbery Unit, Koekies Koekemoer, Larry Hinton, Durban Security Branch, Laurie Wasserman, Andy Taylor, General Jac Buchner, KwaZulu Police, Willem Coetzee, Colonel Roelf Venter, Major du Plessis, Major Henning Brand, the Clinton State Department, Bethuel Maserumule, the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA), COSATU (Congress of South African Trade Unions), Margy Ward, Minnesotans Against Apartheid, Joan Gerig, Carol Thompson, ELCA (Evangelical Lutheran Church in America), CCISSA (Chicago Committee in Solidarity with Southern Africa) the South African Consulate, Election Watchers, Constitutional Development Minister Roelf Meyer, Major-General Bantu Holomisa, the Transkei, the NP (National Party), the DP (Democratic Party), Tony Leon, the Good Hope College of Education, the University of Western Cape (UWC), right wing students, Security Forces, the Transitional Executive Council, prisoners, Tony Yengeni, Tumahole, the IEC (Independent Electoral Commission), Operation Access, Bonteheuwel, Chief Lucas Mangope, Bophuthatswana, Ciskei, General Oupa Gqozo, the Freedom Alliance, Neo-Nzai right-wing boers, the South African Defence Force (SADF), Jennifer Davis, petitions, and Boipatong.
Used by permission of Africa Action (successor to The Africa Fund).
Collection: Africa Action Archive