(Volume 1, Number 2)
by National Namibia Concerns
with Jim Knutson, Mozambique Support Network, Sessy Nyman
Denver, Colorado, United States
Contents: Proper Housing Holds Key to Many Problems • Classroom 'crunch': No place to learn for Ovambo kids • Community Involvement Key to Health for All • Farm-Takeover Plan Roils Zimbabwe • Bomb Victims Say South African Death Squads Still Active • Meditation by Father Michael Lapsley • Mass Democratic Movement Must Move People's Agenda Forward in Mozambique • Drought Threatens Lives of Half-Million Mozambicans • Mozambique Rebels Sabotage Rail Line • UN food convoys brave lawless roads of Angola • IMF backs Zimbabwe market reform plan • Angola Accuses South Africa of Assisting Rebels • Superpowers, Portugal Call For Further Angolan Peace Talks • Angola Says Peace Talks Could Resume This Month • South Africa Moves to Abolish Racial Limits on Owning Land • Land Act Repeal: Start of an Obstacle Course • Natal peace shaky after chief's killing • Buthelezi apologizes for factional violence in South Africa • Buthelezi travels to rival's camp, says S. Africa struggle nearly over • Two die in separate ambushes in South Africa • S. African Gunmen Attack Writer Planning Book on White Right • South Africa gives 1,833 amnesty • First group of political exiles returns • South Africa: Independent Inquiry into Mlangeni's Murder • Angry MPs ask Malan to resign • Comments and Reflections by Jim Knutson • ELCA Synod Task Forces Busy on Namibia/South Africa • Resources • South Africa: Rural Blacks Begin Struggle to Reclaim Land
Used by permission of former members of National Namibia Concerns.
Collection: Private collection of Elizabeth S. Landis