|Straight talk ... a matter of urgency for Africa|
|Editorial comment: Encircling the "impregnable" laager|
|Telex from Col Sergio Vieira, Minister of Agriculture, Mozambique, to His Excellency, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Cape Town||
Translation of a telex sent from the Minister of Agriculture, Mozambique, to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, South Africa, with regard to the alleged involvement of the South African authorities in criminal and terrorist actions against the Peoples' Republic of Mozambique
|Text of telex received from Rev Frank Chikane||
Telex from Rev Frank Chikane, General Secretary of the South African Council of Churches to the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA, October 9, 1987 about the South African Council of Churches position on sanctions.
|Message from Mr Carlos Aldana to Mr van Heerden||
Correspondence from Mr Aldana to Mr Neil van Heerden regarding the reported insurgence of SWAPO troops into Angola. Included is a letter from Mr Robin Renwick, British Embassy, Cape Town to Mr van Heerden
|Message from the Permanent Representative, New York, to D W Auret, Cape Town||
Following on from Cuban protest about the announcement by the Namibian Administrator-General that SWAPO guerillas returning to Angola would be interrogated, Mr van Heerden sent a mesaage to Mr Aldana that there would be no interrogations and SWAPO would have freedom of passage for an extended per
|Letter from D Nokwe, Secretary-General, to Minister of Home Affairs, Botswana||
Letter from D Nokwe, Secretary-General of the ANC, to the Minister of Home Affairs, Botswana, regarding the deportation of Mr Jerry Mbuli.
|Botha learns from Chilean dictators|
|Call for sanctions against South Africa:Address to the International Conference against Sanctions, Paris, May 21, 1981||
Paper presented by Oliver Thambo at the International Conference of Sanctions against South Africa, held in Paris on May 21, 1981. It covers the purpose of sanctions, and an appeal by ANC.
|Circular on the London office||
The External Affairs Office of the Black Peoples Convention was set up by a resolution to handle foreign public relations and programmes for the welfare of refugee members. This is a circular from the London office.
|Meeting: Revolutionary perspectives in Southern Africa||
Announcement of a meeting in London on Revolutionary perspectives in Southern Africa on 7th July 1978. Speaker to be I B Tabata.
|The Black Man in South Africa||
Notice of a public lecture to be given by I B Tabata at the University of California, San Diego, entitled The Black Man in South Africa.
|Governments may change - but policies remain|
|Israel to take tough SA stand|
|Plea for positive Western pressure|
|The options: war or compromise|
|Inkatha President meets Polish leaders in historic trip|
|Mrs Coretta Scott King: widow of slain US civil rights leader used by Archbishop Tutu and the Rev Allan Boesak in divisive black political feud|
|Negotiations the only way forward, says former British Premier|