Southern Africa REPORT

(Vol. 4 No. 2)
by S.A.R. Collective, Toronto Committee for the Liberation of Southern Africa
with John Loxley, Otto Roesch, Victoria Brittain, Judith Marshall, Paul Fauvet, Sam Barnes, Mary MacNutt, John Saul, Gene Desfor, Paul Puritt
Toronto, Canada
October 1988
Publisher: Toronto Committee for the Liberation of Southern Africa
36 pages
Contents: Editorial: States of Siege • Economic Reform in Mozambique: Two Views • I: Strategic Defeat or Tactical Retreat? By John Loxley • II: Classes in Formation? by Otto Roesch • Angola: South Africa’s Vietnam? by Victoria Brittain • Hard Times/Soft Copy: A Journalist’s Notebook by Victoria Brittain • "What Has Ruined Our Lives Is the War": Voices from Nampula as recorded by Judith Marshall • Remembering Samora • Botha Promises … Again by Paul Fauvet • To Rebuild a Nation: Refugees Return by Sam Barnes • "I Returned Because I Wanted Land" Returnees from Malawi to Tete • Canada - Mozambique: The Moises Connection by Mary MacNutt • Southern Africa Notebook by John S. Saul • COCAMO - Canada in Mozambique by Judith Marshall • Apartheid’s Racquet: Extending the Sports Boycott by Gene Desfor • Readers' Forum…. • TRADE UNION ARTICLES by Paul Puritt
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Used by permission of former members of the Southern Africa Report (SAR) Collective of the Toronto Committee for Links between Southern Africa and Canada (TCLSAC, successor to the Toronto Committee for the Liberation of Southern Africa).