Article from the NAAIC Newsletter. The article says latest reports from Namibia say that the massive 3 month strike of the Ovambo workers has not ended, despite a so-called "settlement" reached between the illegal South African government and the government's paid tribal chiefs; the South African army is still in occupation of the territory, and eye witness reports from Ovambo land claim the jails cannot hold all those arrested. The article discusses Newmont Mining Corp., American Metal Climax, Episcopal Churchmen for South Africa (ECSA), the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC), Ken Williams, Caroline Hunter, the Polaroid Revolutionary Workers Movement (PRWM), AL Hubbard, Vietnam Vets Against the War, Ben Guriab, SWAPO (South West African People’s Organization), the Anglo-Rhodesian Settlement Pact, Ian Smith, the British Mission to the UN, General Motors (GM), Gulf Oil Corporation, IBM, Goodyear Rubber, the Corporate Information Center (CIC), ITT, General Electric, U.S. corporations, liberation movements, Amilcar Cabral, PAIGC, Sietze Bosgra, the Angola Comité, Adbul Minity, AAM (Anti-Apartheid Movement), Harry Applewhite, the United Church of Christ, the African Heritage Studies Association, the UAW International Affairs Department, Clergy and Laity Concerned (CALC), ACOA (American Committee on Africa), and Tsumeb mines. • SOUTHERN AFRICA COMMITTEE • NAMIBIA STRIKE (2/27) • ACTIVITY NOTES – • Newmont Demonstration & Namibia Support Group • Corporate Campaign • Washington Conference [Note: Organizations that joined North American Anti-Imperialist Coalition (NAAIC) wrote reports for the NAAIC Newsletter. The correct spelling of the name is Theo-Ben Gurirab.]
Used by permission of former members of the Southern Africa Committee.
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