Contents: RHODESIA • UDI - - FIRST ANNIVERSARY • "NEGOTIATIONS" CREAK ON • OUTSIDE - - LOOKING SOUTH • INSIDE - - LOOKING IN • SECURITY • ECONOMIC • UNIVERSITY • COPPER • Kafue Bridge Plot • Transport • DEPORTATIONS - AND RIOT • Items • ECONOMIC • ITEMS • SOUTH AFRICA • News summary about events in Rhodesia (Zimbabwe) and Southern Africa; articles summarized from British, U.S., and other newspapers including The Times (London), the New York Times, the Manchester Guardian Weekly, the Economist, the Washington Post, the Observer, the Johannesburg Star, Nationalist (Dar es Salaam), the Financial Times, and the Times of Zambia. The newsletter discusses UDI (Unilateral Declaration of Independence), Ian Smith, Salisbury's Dutch Reformed Church, Sir Humphrey Gibbs, whites, businessmen, the UN, a draft resolution on mandatory sanctions, proposals to settle the crisis, British troops, Bowden, HMG (Her Majesty's Government), the Southern Rhodesia Act 1965, economic sanctions, a British colony, Conservatives, the Security Council, the white minority, Parliament, the Smith regime, African MP's, African voters, oil sanctions, the Commonwealth Sanctions Committee, Clifford Dupont, Harold Wilson, Emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia, Portuguese policy in Angola and Mozambique, Africans, rights as free men, the African continent, the UN Trusteeship Committee, Lord Salisbury, the Council of Chiefs, Diario de Noticias, Mrs. L. F. Parias, the lack of schools for African children, acts of sabotage, the Zambesi boarder area, incidents of violent protest, Rhodesian nationalist guerrillas, Bulawayo, Zambia, Tanzania, a grenade attack on a Greek cafe, ZANU (Zimbabwe African National Union), soldiers, helicopters, United Church of Christ missionary Rev. Charles P. Blakney, speaking out against torture of African prisoners, ZANU Chihota, fined, jailed, Minister of Commerce/Industry Mussett, the 1960 Law and Order (Maintenance) Act, the Congregational Church, police, RG (Rhodesian Government), motor vehicles, local assembly plants, imports, allocations of currency, Japanese Isuzu trucks, the British Rover group, Peugeot, Nigeria, LSE (London School of Economics), University College, a students' pamphlet, multi-racialism, President Kaunda, the UN General Assembly, Prime Minister Lester Pearson, the Kennecott Copper Corporation, refined copper, the Israeli security company, the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation), Friedrich Zoellner Corporation, Lockheed Aircraft Corp., Zambian Air Cargoes, Lockheed Hercules, airlifting petrol, coal, the Benguela Railway, the Rhodesia Railway, ZG (Zambian Government), criticism of white racialists, UNIP(United National Independence Party), fire, a Kitwe petrol depot, rumors of European sabotage, deportation orders, Copperbelt racial incidents, a riot, William Cook, white miners, black Zambians, the British High Commission, Vice-President Kamanga, the shooting of a Zambian women on the Rhodesian-Zambian frontier, Mrs. Maina Soko, Mrs. Myburgh, Rhodesian troops, a 4-year Development Plan, public/private capital investment, wages, the International Court of Justice (ICJ, World Court), SAG (South African Government), Vorster, King Moshoeshoe II of Lesotho, the OAU (Organization of African Unity), apartheid, oil companies, local refineries, Caltex, Shell Oil, PB (British Petroleum), Mobil, crude, foreign reserves, Esso, and Total.
This item was digitized for Aluka, which made it available to the African Activist Archive.
Used by permission of former members of the Southern Africa Committee.
Collection: Northwestern University Libraries