Southern Africa REPORT

Solidarity: What Now?
(Vol. 4 No. 5)
by S.A.R. Collective, Toronto Committee for the Liberation of Southern Africa
with Nancy Thede, Our South African Labour Correspondent, Joseph Hanlon, John Daniel, Michael Stevenson, Michael Valpy, Linda Slavin, Otto Roesch, Meg Luxton, Daphne Read
Toronto, Canada
May 1989
Publisher: Toronto Committee for the Liberation of Southern Africa
36 pages
Contents: Editorial: Hard Choices: Support Work & the State of Siege • South Africa’s Struggle in a New Phase: Challenges for Solidarity • Anti-Apartheid Activism: A Cross-Canada Survey • Quebec & Southern Africa: Still Crazy After All These Years by Nancy Thede • Workers’ Unity: NACTU Out of Step by Our South African Labour Correspondent • Nkomati Revisited? by Joseph Hanlon • Researching Renamo • Sneaking Around Sanctions by John Daniel • Divestment Breakthrough in Ontario by Michael Stevenson • Singing External’s Song: Journalism Conference Controversy by Michael Valpy • An Evening with Albie Sachs • Rural Ontario: Apartheid’s Long Reach by Linda Slavin • Reviews: • Mozambique: A Dream Undone? by Otto Roesch • Coming of Age in Zimbabwe by Meg Luxton • Difference Worlds by Daphne Read •
This record was digitized for Aluka.
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).