ECSA Bulletin

by Episcopal Churchpeople for a Free Southern Africa
with Louise Asmal, The Africa Fund
New York, New York, United States
April 28, 1997
10 pages
Contents: SAVING WATER BY CUTTING DOWN INVASIVE ALIENS • The newsletter reprints newspaper articles including "THIRD FORCE", "EO Forces in Bougainville said to include Namibians", "Racism still on reading list for SA children" by Adrian Hadland, "Mercury staff 'were poisoned'", and "Mandela and De Klerk warn of SA fault lines". The newsletter includes reprints of newspaper and magazine articles without their titles including articles by Eddie Koch, Sharon Hammond, Adam Alexander, Ian Burrell, and Rev. Steve Titus of the United Congregational Church in Southern Africa (UCCSA). The newsletter includes a leaflet about a spring U.S. speaking tour for Father Michael Lapsley. The newsletter discusses the Western Cape, apartheid, Cape Nature Conservation, the Department of Water Affairs and Forestry (DWAF), Kader Asmal, the South African Municipal Workers' Union (Samwu), the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU), Moses Mayekiso, Biwater, Michael Nkosi, the Lesotho Highlands Project, the State Security Council (SSC), the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, Nelson Mandela, F.W. de Kerk, the Third Force, the African National Congress (ANC), P.W. Botha, Archbishop Desmond Tutum bushman, the South African army, Riano Nduve, SWAPO, Roger Chennels, Executive Outcomes, Papua New Guinea, "Coloured Preference Area", Sanco Holding, the South African National Civics Organization (Sanco), Louis Mthisi, Etienne Garnett-Bennett, the Independent Municipal and Allied Trade Union, William Spencer, the National Labour Relations Forum, Neil MacLeod, the National Water Regulations Drafting Committee, the Investigation Task Board, Howard Varney, NP (National Party), Pik Botha, Louis le Grange, Kobie Coetsee, Adriaan Volk, Berend du Plessie, Lieutenant-General P.W. van der Westhuizen, R.P.J. van Vuuren, P.H. Vijoen, Neil Bernard, P.J. Coetzee, P.R. Killen, the South African Defence Force (SADF), the South African Police (SAP), Glen Goosen, Daan Prinsloo, the Karoo desert, the military training ground of Schmidtsdrif, Smit Tjiohimba,   Captain Steve Moyo, the Bougainville Revolutionary Army (BRA), Eben Barlow, Sandline International, Amnesty International, Orenna Krut, Maskew Miller Longman, Sibusiso Bengu, Sheila Sisulu, Cape plc, mercury, Thor Chemical Holdings, Albert Dlamini, Peter Cele, Englebert Ngcobo, Cato Ridge, Gerrit Schepers, asbestos, Matlaweng Mohlala, the National Centre for Occupational Health, Rachel Lubbe, Mstthys Nel, the High Court in London, Richard Meeran, the Council of Churches in Namibia (CCN), the Evangelical Lutheran Churches, the Roman Catholic Church, the African Methodist Episcopal Church (AME), the Anglican Church, the Methodist Church of Southern Africa (MCSA). The United Congregational Church of Southern Africa, Pastor Hendrik Witbooi, Pastor Zephania, Matti Amadhila, the Namibian Broadcasting Corporation (NBC), the Breaking the Wall of Silence Committee (BWSC). Samson Ndeikwila, Christo Lombard, the Ecumenical Institute of Namibia, North America, and Canadian Churches.
Used by permission of former board members of the Episcopal Churchpeople for a Free Southern Africa.
Collection: Elizabeth S. Landis collection, National Archives of Namibia