Interview with George Nyandoro, General Secretary of ZAPU

Interviews in Depth ZAPU - ZIMBABWE #1
by Liberation Support Movement
Richmond, Canada
May 1973
19 pages
Type: Pamphlet
Coverage in Africa: Southern Africa, Zimbabwe
Coverage outside Africa: Canada
Language: English
The interview with George Nyandoro was taped by Don Barnett in Dar es Salaam on May 16, 1968. Nyandoro was until recently the General Secretary of the Zimbabwe African People's Union (ZAPU). The interview mentions the National Democratic Party (NDP), the Youth League, the Southern Rhodesia African National Congress (ANC), Joshua Nkomo, labor exploitation, the color bar, the movement for liberation, nationalist parties, the Central African Federation, independence, restrictive legislation, oppression, repression, police, white settler rule, the emergence of independent African states, ideology, methods of struggle, the decolonization process, violence, Marxist-Leninist theory, socialism, capitalism, ZANU (Zimbabwe African National Union), the civil service, mass rallies, establishing democratic organizations, socialist principles, the United Federal Party, Roy Welinsky, the Central African Party, the Capricorn African Society, a State of Emergency, Rev. Sithole, reactionary ideas, British and American imperialists, Tanzanian Foreign Minister Oscar Kambona, Stokely Carmichael, the People's Council, prison, detention, Lusaka, armed struggle, guerrilla fighters, Salisbury, South African fascist troops, the Smith regime, Vorster, Salazar, imperialism, Vietnam, and self-determination.
Used by permission of former members of Liberation Support Movement.
Collection: Private collection of Candice Wright