[As someone who has been very active in promoting the realization of freedom and liberation in Southern Africa you are someone we especially want to have join us in the Boston Chapter of TransAfrica …]

by Pearl T. Robinson, TransAfrica Boston Chapter
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
March 24, 1989
1 page
Type: Mailing
Coverage in Africa: Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English

Invitation to a breakfast program on April 19 at the Tufts University Club with Moeletsi Mbeki, who is very close to the top leadership of the African National Congress (ANC) of South Africa. Mbeki is a top journalist with The Herald, the principal daily newspaper in Harare, Zimbabwe. Currently, he is a Nieman Fellow at Harvard. His father, Govan Mbeki, remains imprisoned with Nelson Mandela, and is one of the principal leaders of the ANC. His brother, Thabo Mbeki, is a chief political spokesperson for the ANC. Moleletsi Mbeki will discuss current developments in the ANC and the struggle for freedom in South Africa as well as in Namibia. The Mozambique Support Network (MSN) is organizing several events with Marcelino Dos Santos, President of the People's Assembly in Mozambique.

Used by permission of a former member of TransAfrica Boston Chapter.
Collection: Private collection of Willard Johnson