South Africa Bulletin

(No. 4)
by American Committee on Africa
with Mary-Louise Hooper, Julius Glickman, Kenneth Carstens
New York, New York, United States
November 1965
6 pages
Type: Newsletter
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
The newsletter discusses the upcoming visit to South Africa by Senator Robert Kennedy and economic links to South Africa, including U.S. bank loans, the sugar quota, and South African wool for the U.S. South Africa now has a nuclear reactor thanks to U.S. cooperation and know-how. The newsletter reports on two New York demonstrations on June 26, South Africa Freedom Day, in support of political prisoners - one at the South African Mission and Consulate and another at the Tourist Corporation. Contents: Now the 180-Day Law • Trials • Two Jail Terms for the Same Offense • Nursing Sister Z. N. Mpendu • Defense and Aid Fund Under Attack • Alan Paton • Outside Help No Wanted • The Press Versus The State • The Prison Scandal • The "Bantustan" or "Separate Development" Policy • American Committee on Africa Observes "June 26" • Students Against Apartheid • Summer Research Project • South Africa Challenges the U.S. • What You Can Do
Used by permission of Africa Action (successor to the American Committee on Africa).
Collection: Africa Action Archive