Southern Africa

by Southern Africa Committee
New York, New York, United States
November 1975
35 pages
Contents: "Angolan Independence: Neocolonialism or Socialism" by Carolyn Fleuhr-Lobban • SOUTH AFRICA • Politics • Wave of Detentions • Transvaal Nationalist Congress • Terrorism Trial • Black Dean Installed • Ban Lifted • Black Journalists in South Africa Attack Ashe • Black for Central Labour Board • Health • Economics • Black Labor Force Increases-End of Job Reservation Mooted • Black Union Issue Grows • Four More Miners Killed • Farmers to Follow Mines' Lead • Big Chrome Investment Approved by British Government • US Resource and Energy Investments • White Consumer Price Index • Inflationary Problems Call for Government Action • Problems with Gold • Foreign Relations • South Africa and the French "Arms Embargo" • South Africa and the Third Word • ZIMBABWE • Council Expels Nkomo • Rhodesia Weakens • NAMIBIA • Terrorism in Namibia • The "Constitutional Conference" • South Africa's Policy Restated • Kissinger Repeats U.S. Position • South Africa Campaign for Puppet Recognition • A Show Trial? • A SWAPO Constitutional Discussion Paper • ANGOLA • MPLA in the Vanguard • Mercenaries Add to Angolan Crisis • Recent Developments in Cabinda • THE STRUGGLE CONTINUES • Mozambique • Internal Affairs • Relations Within Africa • Foreign Affairs • Guinea-Bissau • The Domestic Scene • Development Progresses • Cape Verde • A New Era Begins • Elections and Amnesty • A New Government • Cape Verdean American Help RCP • NEIGHBORS • Zambia Faces Difficult Economic Situation • Franco-Zairois Talks • Switzerland's Change of Attitude • AT THE UN • New UN Members • South Africa Avoids UN Challenge • PAC To Open Office in New York • UNITED STATES AND SOUTHERN AFRICA • House Upholds Byrd Amendment • Kissinger Presents "US African Policy" • US Intervention on Angolan Strife • ACTION NEWS AND NOTES • Political Action • Zimbabweans on Trial in Delaware • Expel South Africa from the UN • Free Namibia • Protest Supremes' Visit to SA • International Actions • Sports Summary • RESOURCES • Books and Pamphlets Received • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR • The newsletter discusses PAC (Pan Africanist Congress), David Sibeko, PAIGC, FRELIMO, Mobutu Sese Seko, the CIA (Central Intelligence Agency), Henry Kissinger, Arthur Ashe, Agostinho Neto, Zaire, Pinto Andrade; Daniel Chipenda, P.I.D.E., MPLA (Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola), the FNLA (National Liberation Front of Angola) and UNITA (National Union for the Total Independence of Angola), Agostinho Neto, assassination, Amilcar Cabral, Jonas Savimbi, Holden Roberto, Daniel Chipenda, Breyten Breytenbach, NUSAS (National Union of South African Students), Karel Tip, Security Police, the Terrorism Act, Megan Rielly, Rev. James Polley, Glen Moss, Gerry Mare, arrested, Clara Rohm, Prime Minister Vorster, the South African Reserve Bank, Minister of Finance Owen Horwood, the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Giscard d'Estaing, Mirage F-1 jet fighters, Thomson-CSF, Dr. Hilgard Muller, General Hendrik van den Bergh, the Bureau of State Security (BOSS), General Mike Geldenhuys, investments, apartheid, Bishop Abel Muzorewa, the African National Council, ZAPU (Zimbabwe African Peoples Union), Ian Smith, Joshua Nkomo, Ndabaningi Sithole,  the Zimbabwe Liberation Council, SWAPO (South West Africa People's Organization), the Namibia National Convention (NNC), the Lutheran and Anglican churches, the Christian Institute, David H. Meroro, Rev. Zefanja Kameeta, the Lutheran Paulinum Theological Seminary, the United Nations Council for Namibia, Herero Chief Clemens Kapuuo, and the Bophuthatswana "homeland".
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Used by permission of former members of the Southern Africa Committee.
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