Southern Africa

by Southern Africa Committee
New York, New York, United States
January 1976
36 pages
Contents: feature SOME ASPECTS OF LIBERATION by Julius Nyerere • South Africa • Politics •BREYTENBACH SENTENCED FOR TERRORISM • MOVES TOWARD UNITY • COLOURED COUNCIL LEADER FIRED • STRUGGLE OVER PRESS CONTROL • SOUTH AFRICA SEEKS FACE LIFT • THE TRANSKEI AND THE UN • TRANSKEI TO GET PORT • APARTHEID HAS MOST WHITE SUPPORT • Economics • BANTUSTAN CONSOLIDATION PUT OFF • DUTCH END BANTUSTAN AID • URBAN HOUSING HITCH • WAGE GAP BETWEEN COLOUREDS AND WHITES INCREASES • BLACK UNION PETITION DRIVE IN DURBAN • MORE ON GOVERNMENT "INDUSTRY COMMITTEES" • SOUTH AFRICA AND THE WORLD • MINING PICTURE • MORE REACTION TO ANTI-INFLATION PACT • Defense • SOUTH AFRICA IS AT WAR IN ANGOLA • ENRICHED URANIUM: A POTENT APARTHEID WEAPON • SOUTH AFRICA AND INDEPENDENT AFRICAN STATES • SOUTH AFRICA AND ITS WESTERN ALLIES • Namibia • THE WAR • GEHEIMPROJEKT "TURSCHWELLE" MILITARY MATTERS • "CONSTITUTIONAL CONFERENCE" • "SANITIZING" THE BORDER • TRIAL • Zimbabwe • EDSON SITHOLE DETAINED • U.S. MERCENARIES REPORT EXPERIENCES • MUGABE SUPPORTERS SPEAK OUT • NKOMO-SMITH TALKS • Angola • NOVEMBER 11th-INDEPENDENCE FOR ANGOLA • INTERNATIONAL RESPONSE • MILITARY UPDATE • ASSISTANCE BY SOCIALIST COUNTRIES TO MPLA-PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF ANGOLA • The struggle continues • Mozambique • INTERNAL AFFAIRS • FOREIGN AFFAIRS • Guinea-Bissau • INSIDE THE REPUBLIC • POLITICAL DEVELOPMENTS • ON THE FOREIGN FRONT • Cape Verde • ON THE ISLANDS • CAPE VERDEANS IN NEW ENGLAND • THE REPUBLIC OF SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE • Neighbors • THE ZAMBIAN ECONOMY AND THE TANZAM RAILWAY • ZAMBIA AND THE LIBERATION MOVEMENTS • MERCENARIES IN BOTSWANA • BREAKDOWN OF A UNIVERSITY • SWAZILAND AND MOZAMBIQUE • At the United Nations • REPORT ON THE THIRTIETH GENERAL ASSEMBLY • United States and Southern Africa • STATE DEPARTMENT'S LATEST AFRICA SHUFFLE • US ADMITS TO INTERVENTION IN ANGOLA • MOYNIHAN IS DUPLICITOUS ABOUT SOUTH AFRICA • Action News & Notes • ACTIONS ON ANGOLA • ZIMBABWEAN FREEDOM FIGHTER ON US TOUR • SAC SUES THE FBI • U.S. ANTI-APARTHEID MOVEMENT UNDERWAY • Books Received/Books Reviews • Resources • The newsletter discusses Breyten Breytenbach, Okhela, the African National Congress (ANC), the National Union of South African Students (NUSAS), SASO (South African Students’ Organization), black organizations, the Pan Africanist Congress (PAC), the Unity Movement, the Organization of African Unity (OAU), political trials, Coloured People's Representative Council (CRC), the Labour Party, Sonny Leon, Prime Minster B.J. Vorster, Minister of Coloured Relations Dr. van de Merwe, Louis Luyt, John McGoff, the Washington Star, Minister of Information Connie Mulder, South African Department of Information, Sir de Villiers Graaff, the United Party (UP), Progressive Reform Party (PRP), Afrikaans, Titus Mambola, the South African Amateur Athletic Union, the Olympics, Kaiser Matanzima, Port St. Johns, NOVIB, African townships, the Trade Union Advisory and Coordinating Council (TUACC), South African Airways (SAA), Boeing 747, Minister of Transport Mr. L. Muller, Eddie Webster, the Export-Import Bank (Exim), arms embargo, Koppers, ISCOR, the Industrial Development Corporation, Gold Fields of South Africa, Newmont, Okiep, Rio Tinto Zinc, Johannesburg Consolidated Industries (JCI), mineral exports, the South African Chamber of Mines, Krugerrands, the South African Reserve Bank, the South African Defence Force (SADF), the Kunene River, South African troops, SWAPO, UNITA, FLNA, Pelindaba, uranium, nuclear power, Minister of Mines Piet Koornhof, NATO, Henry Kissinger, Pieter Botha, Holden Robert, the CIA, PAIGC, Nathaniel Davis, Luis Cabral, Abilio Duarte, Bay Area Namibia Action Group, TCHUBA. FRELIMO, and the MPLA Solidarity Committee.
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