Southern Africa Support Coalition Special Edition

by Southern Africa Support Coalition
Pasadena, California, United States
June 1981
27 pages
Type: Newsletter
Coverage in Africa: Mozambique, South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
The newsletter includes reprints from the Mozambique Information Agency (AIM) Bulletins. It reports on South African army attacks on homes of South African refugees in Matola in southern Mozambique. The newsletter reports that the Mozambican government has broken up a CIA spy network headquartered in the U.S. embassy in Maputo and discusses Foreign Minister Joaquim Chissano, and the role of Jose Massinga and Alcido Chivite. Contents: This month in Mozambique January : 1981 • Commando Raid on Matola • This Month in Mozambique February : 1981 • Editorial Who’s Afraid? • President Samora Warns South African Racists • The World Reacts to the South African Attack at Matola • This Month in Mozambique March : 1981 • Mozambique Expels CIA • 1. Spy Network Broken Up • 2. Action Against CIA Courageous • 3. CIA and S.A. Secret Services Collaborated • 4. CIA Tried to Recruit Agents from Among Exiles in Maputo • 5. CIA Informer In Guard Force • 6. CIA Agents Make Statements • 7. CIA Infiltrated by Mozambican Security • 8. CIA Affair: Minister Replies to Questions • 9. Maputo's Top CIA Spy Now a Reagan Advisor • South African Incursion at Ponta Do Ouro • This Month in Mozambique October : 1980 • Migrant Labour to South Africa: Abolish the Present System
Used by permission of a former member of the Southern Africa Support Committee.
Collection: Carol B. Thompson and Bud Day Papers on Southern Africa, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections