Contents: 1. Editorial: "A Numbers Game" • 2. Inside South Arica • Trial of 22 Africans Continues • Herstigte Nasionale Party (HNP) • Dr. Albert Hertzog on Trial • Removals, South African Style • 3. Links Between Tanzania and Zambia Sabotaged • 4.With the Guerrillas - reprint • 5. Inside Rhodesia • U.S. Consulate in Rhodesia: Significant or Not? • Victims of Fascism • A Dose of Medicine to Whites • 6. United States and South Africa • Tires for Apartheid • South Africa's Propaganda Outreach • 7. Liberation Movements • Recent Events in FRELIMO • Communist vs. non-communist debate • Guinea-Bissau - some new developments • 8. Feature Article: Gulf Oil, Pittsburgh, U.S.A./Portuguese Government, Lisbon • 9. Recruiters for Racism • 10. Cabora Bassa: Portugal and its Allies • 11. Brief Notes • 12. South Africa and Defence • 13. Sports • Ashe Seeks Entry to South Africa • Vorster Comments on International Sports • New Zealand Rugby Tour Still Uncertain • 14. At the United Nations • 15. New Publications and Book Reviews • The newsletter discusses Angus MacDonald, the Zimbabwe African People's Union (ZAPU), the Suppression of Communism Act, the African National Congress (ANC), Winnie Mandela, Nelson Mandela, Philip Golding, detention without trial, Samuel Tholotho, Shanti Naidoo, Jaap Marais, Nombwe Vriline Makhala, police, the National Party (NP), the Bureau of State Security (BOSS), Carel de Wit, Zululand, oil, road links, Minister of Bantu Administration and Development M. C. Botha, Ian Smith, the Wankie game reserve, James Chikerema, Henry Kissinger, W. Paul O'Neill, Walter Annenberg, Prime Minister Harold Wilson, the Law and Order (Maintenance) Act, the Emergency Powers Act, the Railway Amalgamated Engineering Union, Firestone Tire and Rubber Company, Harry Oppenheimer, Anglo-American Corporation, the South African Information Service, the South African Foundation, John Chettle, the American Committee on Africa (ACOA), the American-Southern African Council, John Acord, Youth for Wallace, Julius Nyerere, the OAU Liberation Committee, the Organization of African Unity (OAU), Uria Simango, PAIGC, the Cape Verde Islands, Cabinda, the Committee of Returned Volunteers, Gulf and Iran, the Kunene hydroelectric scheme, Marcelino Dos Santos, Amilcar Cabral, Petrangola, Babcock and Wilcox, Petrofina, African Metals Corporation, copper, Anglo Transvaal Consolidated Investment Company, the South African Navy, Arthur Ashe, the United States Lawn Tennis Association, Abdul S. Minty, the UN arms embargo, the United States Steel Corporation, the University of Connecticut, apartheid, Bendix Aviation Corporation, Global Transport of Germiston, the Swedish firm A.S.E.A., the Commercial Bank of Malawi, Dr. Banda, the Swedish Social Democratic Party, copper, President Senghor, General de Gaulle, Salazar, Caetano, the Soviet Union, the International Defence and Aid Fund (IDAF), publications, and the Episcopal Churchmen for South Africa.
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Used by permission of former members of the Southern Africa Committee.
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