by Episcopal Churchmen for South Africa
New York, New York, United States
About August, 1973
Labor unrest continues in South Africa as African, Coloured and Indian workers unite and become more determined to better their wages and working conditions. • The Namibian people on August 1-2 handed South Africa a stunning defeat by boycotting an election. • In 1970, Portugal's aircraft began dropping chemicals on cassava, sweet potatoes and other staple crops of Africans in Angola and Mozambique in an effort to cripple the peoples' support of liberation armies. • Atrocities committed by Portuguese forces in Mozambique have been documented by sources which could not be ignored by the Western press and politicians. • South Africa's regime operates on many levels to crush any individual or organization it considers to be a threat. • The State Department on Rhodesian Chrome Contents: Terrorism Trial: The Pretoria Six • Namibia • No Neutral Ground, by Joel Carlson • Our Butcher Ally • Sensitivity • Secret Bank Loan to South African Government • Hon. Donald M. Fraser of Minnesota in the House of Representatives • Repeal the Byrd Amendment • Africa News
Used by permission of former board members of the Episcopal Churchpeople for a Free Southern Africa.
Collection: Private collection of Elizabeth S. Landis