Southern Africa

THE CONFLICT IN ZIMBABWE SHARPENS
(VOLUME IX NO. 4)
by Southern Africa Committee
New York, New York, United States
April 1976
36 pages
Type: Newsletter
Coverage outside Africa: United States, Cuba, United Nations
Language: English
Contents: OVERVIEW • FEATURE A Report on the 1976 Angola Seminar in Havana, Cuba by Prexy Nesbitt • ANGOLA: THE STRUGGLE CONTINUES • Recognition for Angolan Government Mounts • Military Front • Massacres • Angola and the U.S. • Gulf Reopens Negotiations • South African and Namibian Involvement • South Africa Attempts to Create a Refugee Issue at the UN • Call for UN Membership • Inside Angola • SOUTH AFRICA • Politics • The Problem of Rhodesia • Propaganda Drive • Interview with South Africa’s UN Ambassador • Whites Debate Black’s Loyalty • New Security Commission • SASO Nine Trial • Interview with Winnie Mandela • Pass Laws Still Enforced • Toys Reflect Reality • BOSS Break-ins • Economics • Homeland Under-Development • Sex Discrimination Against African Women • Review of 1975 Black Labor Situation • Raising the Price of Migrant Labor • Gold Headaches • The Economy-Guns or Butter? • Investors Dump South African Shares • Foreign Relations • South Africa and its Western Allies • South Africa and Independent Africa • Defense • US Arms Embargo Against South Africa Broken Again • South African Military Purchases • South Africa's Defense Spending Skyrockets • For Defense, South Africa Termed "Africa South of Equator" • Xhosa Army Being Trained • NAMIBIA • Terrorism Trial • Attacks and Security • Change and the "Constitutional Conference" • Economic Storms Ahead • ZIMBABWE • Smith's Regime Attacks Mozambique • Nkomo/Smith "Talking Front" Falters • Fighting Front Reactivated • British Diplomatic Mission to Salisbury • GUINEA-BISSAU • Internal Affairs • Foreign Relations • MOZAMBIQUE • Step by Step Resolution in New Mozambique • Somora Machel Responds to Attack by Smith Regime • NEIGHBORS • The Crisis in Zambia • INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS • At the United Nations • Namibia Issue Delayed Again • Nigeria Takes Militant Anti-US Stand • Organization of African Unity • OAU Liberation Committee Meets in Maputo •  UNITED STATES AND SOUTHERN AFRICA • Ford May Weaken Ex-Im Policy Toward South Africa • Lockheed Bribes Revive in Arms Embargo Scandal • US ACTION NEWS AND NOTES • Spring Corporate-Church Proxy Season Opens: 1976 • Support the SASO Nine • UPDATE •
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