Southern Africa

(VOLUME XI NUMBER 5)
by Southern Africa Committee
New York, New York, United States
June - July 1978
36 pages
Type: Newsletter
Coverage in Africa: Angola, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Zimbabwe
Coverage outside Africa: United States, Canada
Language: English
Contents: GM'S CONTINGENCY PLANS FOR SOUTH AFRICAN UNREST: PRIVATE COMMANDOS TO PROTECT PLANTS • GM SOUTH AFRICAN-CONTINGENCY PLAN IN EVENT OF SERIOUS CIVIL UNREST • ATTACHMENT "B" • SPECIAL REPORTS: 'BREAK ALL TIES. . .' • STUDENT MOVEMENT ESCALATES • CIA AGENT REVEALS U.S. ROLE IN ANGOLA • SOUTH AFRICA • 'IDLE BANTUS' AND 'PLURAL DEVELOPMENT' • CHANGING THE NAME BUT KEEPING THE SYSTEM • POLITICAL TRIAL BEHIND CLOSED DOORS • CULTURE • BLACK AS I AM • INTERVIEW • HEALTH CARE FOR THE NEW ZIMBABWE • ZIMBABWE • A NEW WAVE OF TERROR • CRACKS IN NEW REGIME • NAMIBIA • SOUTH AFRICA LAUNCHES ATTACKS ON SWAPO IN ANGOLA • SOUTH AFRICAN ATTACK KNOCKS OUT SETTLEMENT TALKS • MOZAMBIQUE • FLOODING IN THE ZAMBEZI RIVER VALLEY • UNITED STATES • NAMIBIA POLICY LEAVES CORPORATIONS UNCHECKED • WASHINGTON NOTES • OVERVIEW • UPDATE • LETTERS • 'TIME SURE FLIES BY FAST WHEN YOU ARE HAVING FUN . . .' • U.S. MERC WRITES HOME • ACTION NEWS NOTES
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