Southern Africa

(VOLUME X NUMBER 4)
by Southern Africa Committee
New York, New York, United States
May 1978
36 pages
Type: Newsletter
Coverage outside Africa: United States, Canada, France
Language: English
Contents: AFRICA: THE FRENCH CONNECTION by Carolyn Fluehr-Lobban • SPECIAL REPORT • THE GRAND 'OLE RACISTS: SOUTH AFRICA INVADES OPRYLAND by Richard E. Lapchick • INTERVIEW: ENSURING A REVOLUTION WITHIN A REVOLUTION by Stephanie Urdang Interview with Martha Ford, SWAPO Women's Council • ZIMBABWE • THE SETTLEMENT STAKES • SOUTH AFRICA • BUTHELEZI LEADERSHIP BID RUNS INTO TROUBLE • MOZAMBIQUE • PLANS FOR PLANNING • NAMIBIA • WEST ANXIOUS FOR SETTLEMENT • VICTIMS OF TORTURE SPEAK OUT • UNITED STATES • OLIN CONVICTED OF VIOLATING ARMS EMBARGO • WASHINGTON NOTES • Brzezinski Says No End To Nuclear Ties With Pretoria • GUN-RUNNING TO RHODESIA EXPOSED • RIGHT WING SUPPORTS SMITH SETTLEMENT • BANKS CURB LOANS FOR SOUTH AFRICA • ANGOLA • CONFLICTS WITH CHURCH HIERARCHY ROOTED IN COLONIAL PAST by Michael Shuster • resources • Text of agreement signed by Ian Smith, the Rev. Ndabaningi Sithole, Bishop Abel Muzorewa and Senator Jeremiah Chirau • action notes • APARTHEID CONFRONTS STOCKHOLDERS • EXPORT-IMPORT LOAN GUARANTEES • CAMPUS ACTIONS CONTINUE • NOBEL PEACE PRIZE NOMINEE • FILM AWARD • BRIEFS • CANADIAN ACTIONS
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