(Volume 2 Number 6)
by Mozambique Solidarity Office
with Jenny Dahlstein, Heeten Kalan, K. Venda, Karin Candelaria (editor)
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, United States
October/November 1993
10 pages
Type: Newsletter
Coverage in Africa: Angola, Mozambique, South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States, Germany, Italy, United Nations
Language: English
Contents: RENAMO reversal on territorial agreement •RENAMO burying weapons • Fuelled by the course of events in Angola, many • Angola peace breakthrough • U.S. satellite data for air force denied • Far right training mentally handicapped • Mandela & de Klerk win Nobel peace prize • I am a growing seed by Feliciano Machava • Mozambique: Dhlakama & accord bribe • Polls show Chissano's support • Emerging political parties • Lobbyists' business connections • Start-up program for repatriated refugees • Mozambique joins the Commonwealth • Italian scandal • Mozambique Peace Process Bulletin: UN prods Renamo • Hopeful on the ground •Dhlakama eye-opener • Chissano & Dhlakama summit • RENAMO businesses? •Zambezia: Regulos in power •Exclusive Dhlakama interview • UNHCR allowed access to Mozambican refugees in SA • Strains remain • Child tracing programs suffer obstacles • Boutros-Ghali's Mozambique speech • Ms. South Africa, ANC sponsor deal • PAC teens murdered in raid • SA arms trade • Death penalty for Hani's murderers • COSATU conference • Multi-party talks extended • German lawyer & IFP • President Chissano’s U.S. Visit: Fragile Peace and New Directions in Mozambique, by and Jenny Dahlstein and Heeten Kalan •Nelson Mandela in D.C.: “Our Victory is Your Victory” by K. Venda • A Special Appeal from the Editors • Angola: U.S. donation for displaced • War and Starvation in Cuito • S.A., UNITA, C.I.A. threesome • Call for stronger U.S.-Angola policy • UNITA's Portugal offices closing • Ex-UNITA members speak out
Used by permission of Prexy Nesbitt, former staff member of Mozambique Solidarity Office.
Collection: Kathleen Sheldon papers, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections