Namibia's Stolen Wealth - North American Investment and South African Occupation

by Gail Hovey, The Africa Fund
with Sean MacBride
New York, New York, United States
About November 1982
Publisher: The Africa Fund
60 pages
Type: Pamphlet
Coverage in Africa: Angola, Namibia, South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Contents: Foreword by Sean MacBride • North American Investment and South African Occupation • One Hundred Years of Colonialism • The Apartheid Society • The Workers of Namibia • The Namibian Economy • North American Corporations: Profiles • Forging Resistance, Building the Future • Namibia and United States Policy • Appendix • North American Corporations with Investments in Namibia • North American Corporations with Marketing Outlets or Franchise Agreements in Namibia • Footnotes • Selected Bibliography and Suggested Further Reading • The pamphlet includes information on SWAPO, South African troops in Angola, Democratic Turnhalle Alliance (DTA), Consolidated Diamond Mine (CDM), Oranjemund, and Rossing Uranium Limited. The North American corporations with investments in Namibia profiled in the pamphlet include Newmont Mining Corporation and Amax Inc. (Tsumeb Corporation), Nord Resources Corporation, Texaco Inc. and Standard Oil Company of California (Caltex Oil (SWA) Pty. Ltd.), Mobil Oil Corporation, Brilund Ltd. (Etosha Petroleum Company), Superior Oil Company, Falconbridge Ltd., Cominco Ltd., Standard Oil Company (Ohio) (Kennecott Corporation), Hudson's Bay Company, and BankAmerica Corporation (Swabank). 
Used by permission of Africa Action (successor to The Africa Fund).
Collection: Africa Action Archive