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The index covers the first 10 years of the magazine. Only articles from Vol 8 No 1 are available on this web site. Others may be found in libraries.

Vol 1 to Vol 11

Cumulative Subject Index - Vol 1 No 1 to Vol 11 No 1 (1985-1995)
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Southern Africa Report

Index by Subject - Vol 1 No 1 to Vol 11 No 1

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Subject Index categories that are used
in this index are listed here:

ACADEMIC FREEDOM
AGRICULTURE
AID
AIDS
ANC
APARTHEID
ARMAMENTS
ARMED STRUGGLE
ARTS AND CULTURE
BANTUSTANS
BIOGRAPHY
CEASEFIRES
CENSORSHIP
CHILDREN
CHURCH - RELATIONS TO LIBERATION
CIDA
CIVIL WAR
COLONIALISM
CONSTITUTION
COOPERATIVES
CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT
DESTABILIZATION
DETAINED PERSONS
DROUGHT
ECONOMIC ANALYSIS
ECONOMIC CONDITIONS
ECONOMIC POLICY
ECONOMIC SANCTIONS
EDUCATION
ELECTIONS
ENVIRONMENT
EXPORTS
FARM WORKERS
FOOD
FOREIGN DEBT
FOREIGN RELATIONS
FRONTLINE STATES
GAY RIGHTS
HEALTH
HISTORY
HOUSING
HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND
INDEPENDENCE
INDIGENOUS PEOPLES
INKATHA
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
INTERNATIONAL SOLIDARITY
LABOUR
LAND USE
LITERACY
MASS MEDIA
MASS MOBILIZATION
MASSACRES
MEMORIALS
MILITARY
MINING AND MINERALS INDUSTRY
MPLA
NATIONAL ECONOMY
NEGOTIATIONS
NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS
PEASANT MOVEMENTS
POETRY
POLITICAL ANALYSIS
POLITICAL DESTABILIZATION
POLITICAL MOBILIZATION
POLITICAL MOVEMENTS AND PARTIES
POPULAR EDUCATION
POVERTY
PROGRESSIVE CULTURE
PROPAGANDA
REFORM STRATEGY
REFUGEES
RENAMO
RESTRICTED ORGANIZATIONS
REVIEWS
SEXUAL DISCRIMINATION
SOCIAL CONDITIONS
SOCIALISM
SPORTS BOYCOTT
STATES OF EMERGENCY
STRIKES
STRUCTURAL ADJUSTMENT
STUDENT MOVEMENTS
SWAPO
TOWNSHIPS
TRADE UNIONS
TRANSNATIONAL CORPORATIONS
UNEMPLOYMENT
UNITA
URANIUM INDUSTRY
VIOLENCE
VOTER REGISTRATION
WEALTH REDISTRIBUTION
WOMEN

ACADEMIC FREEDOM

The Academic Boycott: Kingston, May 1988. Vol.4, No.1, July 1988, pp. 31-33.

Forging Alliances: Students and universities against the state, Martin, Bill. Vol.3, No.3, Dec. 1987, pp. 13-14.

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AGRICULTURE

Banking on Hunger: Food security in Zimbabwe, Stoneman, Colin; Thompson, Carol. Vol.9, No.3, Jan. 1994, pp. 20-22.

Mozambique's Agricultural Crisis: A second look, Roesch, Otto. Vol.2, No.3, Dec. 1986, pp. 18-20.

The Rural Challenge: The ANC and the countryside, Bernstein, Henry. Vol.9, No.3, January 1994, pp. 3-7.

The Rural Challenge: Women and land, Friedman, Michelle. Vol.9, No.3, January 1994, pp. 8-11.

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AID

Canada and South Africa: Less of the same, Freeman, Linda. Vol.11, No.1, Nov. 1995, pp. 3-7.

Canada and Southern Africa: The Liberal aid massacre of 1995. Vol.10, No.4, May 1995, pp. 26-29.

Donor Dollars and Mozambique's NGOs, Costy, Alexander, Vol.10, No.5, July 1995, pp. 15-19.

Getting Rich Together: Canada and South Africa 1990, Freeman, Linda. Vol.6, No.3, Dec. 1990, pp. 4-9.

An Interview with Stephen Lewis, Valpy, Michael. Vol.4, No.3, Dec. 1988, pp. 13-15.

Mozambique: Debating the terms of solidarity. Jobs and charity?, Hanlon, Joseph. Vol.5, No.4, Feb. 1990, pp. 22-23.

Mozambique's Agricultural Crisis: A second look, Roesch, Otto. Vol.2, No.3, Dec. 1986, pp. 18-20.

The New Rules of the Game: Canada and South Africa 1993, Freeman, Linda. Vol.9, No.4, March 1994, pp. 3-8.

New Struggles, New Questions: Foreign aid and education, Martin, Bill. Vol.3, No.1, July 1987, pp. 18-20.

To Rebuild a Nation: Refugees return, Barnes, Sam. Vol.4, No.2, Oct. 1988, pp. 23-24.

Structural Adjustment for Africa: Canada jumps on the bandwagon, Neal, Christopher. Vol.7, No.2, Nov. 1991, pp. 26-27, 33.

Target Angola: The U.S.- South Africa conspiracy, Brittain, Victoria. Vol.3, No.2, Oct. 1987, pp. 13-15.

The U.S. Front: Newt-ering the solidarity movement,Cason, Jim. Vol.11, No.1, Nov. 1995, pp. 8-9.

U.S. Policy: After sanctions, what?, Fleshman, Mike; Cason, Jim. Vol.2, No.5, April 1987, pp. 24-25.

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AIDS

AIDS, Education, Theatre: A Zimbabwe experience, Pottie, David. Vol.10, No.3, March 1995, pp. 26-28.

AIDS in South Africa: The democratic movement responds, Head, Judith. Vol.8, No.5, May 1993, pp. 25-28.

Double Jeopardy: AIDS and apartheid, McCaskell, Tim. Vol.6, No.3, Dec. 1990, pp. 18-20.

Healing Apartheid's Work: 1. Defining the Problem. An interview with Dr. Barry Kistnasamy. Part 2: The challenge of change, De Beer, Cedric. Vol.7, No.2, Nov. 1991, pp. 20-26.

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ANC

The ANC: Beyond apartheid, Vol.2, No.4, Feb. 1987, pp. 8-11.

Building Civil Society: Moses Mayekiso interviewed, Vol.6, No.1, July 1990, pp. 21-23.

ANC Call to the Nation: The future is within our grasp, Vol.1, No.1, June 1985, pp. 9-11.

Between Pain and Hope: A conversation with Rev. Frank Chikane (Part One), Vol.2, No.4, Feb. 1987, pp. 12-15.

Congressional Action: How important?, Fleshman, Mike; Cason, Jim. Vol.2, No.2, Oct. 1986, pp. 12-14.

Getting Rich Together: Canada and South Africa 1990, Freeman, Linda. Vol.6, No.3, Dec.1990, pp.4-9.

The High Costs of Stalemate: Dan O'Meara on South Africa, Vol.6, No.5, May 1991, pp. 10-13.

The I Love Lucy Show: The "taking strides" consultative forum, May, 1990, Vol.6, No.1, July 1990, pp. 15-20.

Inkathagate Revisited, Mare, Gerhard. Vol.7, No.2, Nov. 1991, pp. 14-17.

It's Not Easy Being Brown: ANC environmental policies, McDonald, David. Vol.9, No.4, Mar. 1994, pp. 31-33.

The Movement Regroups, Vol.5, No.5, May 1990, pp. 8-12.

Planning for Victory: ANC's National Consultative Conference, Vol.1, No.2, Oct. 1986, pp. 18-20.

The Question of Violence, Vol.2, No.5, April 1987, pp. 3-8.

Red Baiting in America, Lewis, David. Vol.2, No.3, Dec. 1986, pp. 24-25.

The Rural Challenge: The ANC and the countryside, Bernstein, Henry. Vol.9, No.3, Jan. 1994, pp. 3-7

South Africa's Struggle in a New Phase: Challenges for solidarity, Saul, John S. Vol.4, No.5, May 1989, pp. 3-7.

Spectres from the Camps: The ANC's Commission of Enquiry, Lodge, Tom. Vol.8, No.3-4, Jan. 1993, pp. 19-21.

Stacking the Deck in Namibia, Brittain, Victoria. Vol.4, No.4, March 1989, pp. 12-15.

Tambo in Washington: A foot in the door, Cason, Jim; Fleshman, Mike. Vol.2, No.4, Feb. 1987, pp. 20-22.

Tambo, Not Rambo: The ANC president in Toronto, Vol.3, No.2, Oct. 1987, pp. 19-22.

Towards a Common Strategy: Support for the ANC - MDM, Van Mossel, John. Vol.5, No.4, Feb. 1990, pp. 29-30.

Transkei: Battling the Bantustans, Theron, Jan. Vol.5, No.5, May 1990, pp. 16-19.

Trapped by Past Gestures: Canada and South Africa 1992, Freeman, Linda. Vol.8, No.3-4, Jan. 1993, pp. 3-8.

Virtually a Government in Exile: The ANC at Arusha, Brittain, Victoria. Vol.3, No.4, Feb. 1988, pp. 22-23.

Walter Sisulu Honoured at York University, Vol.1, No.2, Oct. 1985, pp. 10-11.

What's Left of the South African Left?Connell, Dan. Vol.10, No.4, May 1995, pp. 19-25.

Where's the Beef? Canada and South Africa, 1987, Freeman, Linda. Vol.3, No.3, Dec. 1987, pp. 3-8.

Why the ANC?, Vol.2, No.4, Feb. 1987, pp. 4-7.

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APARTHEID

AIDS in South Africa: The democratic movement responds, Head, Judith. Vol.8, No.5, May 1993, pp. 25-28.

Apartheid is the State of Emergency! UDF leaders in Toronto, Vol.4, No.4, March 1989, pp. 24-25.

Beating Around the Bush,Cason, Jim; Fleshman, Michael. Vol.5, No.3, Dec. 1989, pp. 21-24.

Defending Apartheid, Vol.1, No.5, April 1986, pp. 11-13.

Defying Apartheid, Reardon, John. Vol.5, No.4, Feb. 1990, pp. 31-33.

Going Through the Motions: Divestment at U. of T., Vol.1, No.3, Oct. 1986, pp. 9, 23.

Inside Apartheid: Memories of a Tanzanian visitor, Halfani, Mohamed. Vol.8, No.3-4, Jan. 1993, pp. 47-50.

It's Not Easy Being Green: Environmental politics in South Africa, McDonald, David. Vol.8, No.3-4, Jan. 1993, pp. 54-57.

Leading from the Rear: Canada and South Africa 1989, Freeman, Linda. Vol.5, No.3, Dec. 1989, pp. 4-8.

The Lives of South African Women, Manicom, Linzi. Vol.1, No.2, Oct. 1986, pp. 12-17.

The Question of Violence, Vol.2, No.5, April 1987, pp. 3-8.

Quo Vadis South Africa, Narsoo, Monty. Vol.5, No.3, Dec. 1989, pp. 14-17.

Report from New York: Apartheid issue heats up in the U.S., Urdang, Stephanie. Vol.1, No.1, June 1985, pp. 16-17.

Rescheduling Apartheid, Hirsch, Alan. Vol.5, No.3, Dec. 1989, pp. 18-20.

The Rural Challenge: The ANC and the countryside, Bernstein, Henry. Vol.9, No.3, Jan. 1994, pp. 3-7

Segregation IS An Issue, James, Wilmot G. Vol.9, No.2, Nov. 1993, pp. 26-28.

Targeting Canada: Apartheid's friends on the offensive, Galbraith, David. Vol.3, No.5, May 1988, pp. 10-14.

Trade Union Strategies: The debate continues, Joffe, Avril; Gindin, Sam. Vol.9, No.3, Jan. 1994, pp. 26-28.

Trapped in Apartheid [Review], Wells, Harold. Vol.5, No.1, July 1989, pp. 30-32.

Workers of the World Debate: A South Africa/Canada Workshop, Vol.9, No.1, July 1993, pp. 18-21.

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ARMAMENTS

Angola Quagmire: What way out?, Luce, Frank. Vol.6, No.5, May 1991, pp. 4-9.

Defending Apartheid, Vol.1, No.5, April 1986, pp. 11-13.

The Mines of Mozambique,Cockburn, Bruce. Vol.11, No.1, Nov. 1995, pp. 14-18.

Renamo and the Peasantry: A view from Gaza, Roesch, Otto. Vol.6, No.3, Dec. 1990, pp. 21-25.

The Southern Africa Minefield, Vines, Alex. Vol.11, No.1, Nov. 1995, pp. 19-22.

War is no Solution: The end conscription campaign, Vol.2, No.5, April 1987, pp. 13-16.

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ARMED STRUGGLE

1975-1985: Independence Day, Vol.1, No.1, June 1985, pp. 2-3.

Angola, Front Line of the Frontline. Campagnola: More Canadian help, MacNutt, Mary. Vol.3, No.4, Feb. 1988, pp. 13-15.

Angola, Front Line of the Frontline: Economic reform, Dos Santos, My and Daniel. Vol.3, No.4, Feb. 1988, pp. 11-12.

Angola Prepares for Second Party Congress, Vol.1, No.1, June 1985, pp. 14-15.

Angola: South Africa's Vietnam?, Brittain, Victoria. Vol.4, No.2, Oct. 1988, pp. 11-14.

Angola: War without end, Beaudet, Pierre. Vol.9, No.1, July 1993, pp. 7-9.

Another Angola? Politics and peace in Mozambique, Vol.9, No.1, July 1993, pp. 10-13.

Between Pain and Hope: A conversation with Rev. Frank Chikane (Part One), Vol.2, No.4, Feb. 1987, pp. 12-15.

Brothers Born of Warrior Blood: Ethnicity and politics in South Africa [Book Review], Stiles, Marit. Vol.9, No.2, Nov. 1993, pp. 30-32.

The Coup d'Etat in Lesotho, O'Meara, Dan. Vol.1, No.5, April 1986, pp. 3-5, 13.

Dirty War in Namibia, Vol.1, No.1, June 1985, pp. 12-13.

Filming the Frontlines: Destabilization/Development, Cooke, David; Guebert, Linda. Vol.3, No.4, Feb. 1988, pp. 27-28.

Getting Away With It: Who's backing Savimbi?, Brittain, Victoria. Vol.9, No.4, March 1994, pp. 18-21.

Hamba Kahle Chris Hani: 1942-1993, Mzamane, Nthoana; Mzamane, Mbulelo. Vol.9, No.1, July 1993, pp. 22-24.

Inside Apartheid: Memories of a Tanzanian visitor, Halfani, Mohamed. Vol.8, No.3-4, Jan. 1993, pp. 47-50.

Interpretations Matter: Evaluating the War in Mozambique: Part 1. Christian Geffray's Argument. Part 2. The Anthropology of a Civil War, O'Laughlin, Bridget. Vol.7, No.3, Jan. 1992, pp.23-33.

Life on the Frontline: Mozambique diary, Marshall, Judith. Vol.3, No.4, Feb. 1988, pp. 7-10.

Mozambique and Nicaragua: The politics of survival, Marshall, Judith. Vol.2, No.1, June 1986, pp. 14-20.

Mozambique Resists South African Attacks, Hanlon, Joe. Vol.3, No.1, July 1987, pp. 27-28.

Mozambique: The video, Kuehn, Larry. Vol.3, No.5, May 1988, p. 31.

Murder is Our Business: South Africa's hit men in Namibia, Evenson, John. Vol.3, No.2, Oct. 1987, pp. 7-8.

The Sanctions End Game, Ray, Don. Vol.9, No.2, Nov. 1993, pp. 28-29.

Setting an Agenda: South-South-North II, Vol.9, No.1, July 1993, pp. 14-17.

South Africa's War, Vol.2, No.1, June 1986, pp. 25-28.

And Still they Dance: Women, war and the struggle for change in Mozambique [Review], Luxton, Meg. Vol.5, No.2, Nov. 1989, pp. 31-33.

Target Angola: The U.S.- South Africa conspiracy, Brittain, Victoria. Vol.3, No.2, Oct. 1987, pp. 13-15.

Ten Years After, Saul, John S. Vol.1, No.1, June 1985, pp. 5-7.

Treacherous Crossing: Namibian independence debacle, Vol.5, No.1, July 1989, pp. 15-17.

Two Into One Won't Go? Integrating the armies in South Africa, Vol.7, No.3, Jan. 1992, pp. 17-20.

Unity in Zimbabwe, Vol.3, No.4, Feb. 1988, pp. 3-6.

War and Gender, Workman, Thom. Vol.9, No.2, Nov. 1993, pp. 32-33.

"We Want Change": Cleaning house in Malawi, Chirwa, Wiseman Chijere. Vol.9, No.4, March 1994, pp. 25-27.

What Has Ruined Our Lives is the War: Voices from Nampula, Marshall, Judith. Vol.4, No.2, Oct. 1988, pp. 15-18.

Why is South Africa Getting Away with Murder?, Vol.3, No.5, May 1988, pp. 21-22.

Why Namibia? SWAPO, the Commonwealth and "the west", Wood, Brian. Vol.3, No.2, Oct. 1987, pp. 3-6, 18.

A Wrecker's Role: Unita and its friends, Brittain, Victoria. Vol.9, No.1, July 1993, pp. 3-6.

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ARTS AND CULTURE

Eyuphuro, Vol.5, No.2, Nov. 1989, pp. 26-27.

Let Us Build Each Other Up, Couse, Beverly. Vol.1, No.4, Feb. 1986, pp. 11-12.

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BANTUSTANS

The Hidden Violence of Apartheid, Chase, Claudette. Vol.1, No.5, April 1986, pp. 17-19.

Hustling Bantustan Bucks, Hirsch, Alan. Vol.3, No.1, July 1987, pp. 21-24.

Inkathagate Revisited, Mare, Gerhard. Vol.7, No.2, Nov. 1991, pp. 14-17.

Transkei: Battling the Bantustans, Theron, Jan. Vol.5, No.5, May 1990, pp. 16-19.

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BIOGRAPHY

Joe Slovo: Ode to a mensch, Manicom, Linzi. Vol.10, No.3, March 1995, pp. 16-19.

No Life of my Own: Chikane's autobiography [Review], Wells, Harold. Vol.5, No.2, Nov. 1989, pp. 30-31.

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CEASEFIRES

Nicaragua Revisited? Peace and democracy in Angola, Dos Santos, Daniel; Luce, Frank. Vol.6, No.1, July 1990, pp. 24-28.

The People's Peace in Mozambique, Wilson, Ken. Vol.9, No.4, March 1994, pp. 22-24.

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CENSORSHIP

Apartheid is the State of Emergency! UDF leaders in Toronto, Vol.4, No.4, March 1989, pp. 24-25.

Keeping the Right Image: The mainstream media in South Africa, Collinge, Jo-Anne; Niddrie, David. Vol.6, No.1, July 1990, pp. 3-7.

Perish or Publish: Consolidating the alternative voice, Moss, Glenn. Vol.6, No.1, July 1990, pp. 11-12.

The Rushdie Controversy, Bauer, Charlotte. Vol.4, No.3, Dec. 1988, pp. 20-21.

Singing External's Song: Journalism conference controversy, Valpy, Michael. Vol.4, No.5, May 1989, pp. 26-27.

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CHILDREN

Challenging Their World [Review], Guebert, Linda. Vol.2, No.4, Feb. 1987, pp. 27-28.

Mozambique's Beleaguered Children: Legacy of a war, Richman, Naomi. Vol.6, No.5, May 1991, pp. 14-16.

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CHURCH - RELATIONS TO LIBERATION

False Confessions: White reformed churches in South Africa, Vol.5, No.1, July 1989, pp. 9-10.

Partners in Prophecy: Canadian churches in solidarity, Kenny, Gary. Vol.5, No.1, July 1989, pp. 11-14.

Struggling for its Soul: The church in South Africa, Kirkwood, Jim; Kenny, Gary. Vol.5, No.1, Jul. 1989, pp.3-8.

Truth and Consequences: South Africa's churches on the front line, Kenny, Gary. Vol.4, No.3, Dec. 1988, pp. 18-19.

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CIDA

Canada and Southern Africa: The Liberal aid massacre of 1995. Vol.10, No.4, May 1995, pp. 26-29.

CIDA Pulls the Plug, Marshall, Judith. Vol.8, No.5, May 1993, pp. 28-30.

Structural Adjustment for Africa: Canada jumps on the bandwagon, Neal, Christopher. Vol.7, No.2, Nov. 1991, pp. 26-27, 33.

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CIVIL WAR

Civil War in Natal, Vol.3, No.5, May 1988, pp. 7-9.

The Killing Machine, Vines, Alex, Human Rights Watch/Africa. Vol.10, No.2, Dec. 1994, pp. 25-27.

Why Namibia? SWAPO, the Commonwealth and "the west", Wood, Brian. Vol.3, No.2, Oct. 1987, pp. 3-6, 18.

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COLONIALISM

The Rewriting of South African History [Review], Mason, Mike. Vol.1, No.4, Feb. 1986, pp. 25-26.

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CONSTITUTION

A Constituency for Southern Africa? The state of the U.S. Movement, Cason, Jim; Martin, Bill. Vol.8, No.5, May 1993, pp. 20-24.

Constituting a Nation, Lindsay, Jenny. Vol.5, No.4, Feb. 1990, pp. 5-7.

Elections and After: Gerald Caplan on Namibia, Vol.5, No.4, Feb. 1990, pp. 3-4.

Forging the Agenda: Canadian anti-apartheid movement debates. A view from the west, Kossick, Don. Vol.5, No.4, Feb. 1990, pp. 24-26.

Mozambique: Debating the terms of solidarity. The New Terms of Solidarity, Johnston, Anton; Lind, Ageta. Vol.5, No.4, Feb. 1990, pp. 17-19.

A New Kind of Resistance Politics? South Africa in the 1990s, Lodge, Tom. Vol.5, No.4, Feb. 1990, pp. 13-16.

Now for the Hard Part: Prospects for a new Namibia, Vol.5, No.4, Feb. 1990, pp. 8-10.

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COOPERATIVES

Life on the Frontline: Mozambique diary, Marshall, Judith. Vol.3, No.4, Feb. 1988, pp. 7-10.

Resisting Adjustment in Mozambique: The grassroots speaks up, Marshall, Judith. Vol.7, No.1, July 1991, pp. 3-8.

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CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT

The Blonde Beast: Preparing white youth, Crewe, Mary; Muller, Johan. Vol.3, No.1, July, 1987, pp. 12-15.

Popular Education: A tool for change, MacAdam, Colin. Vol.2, No.4, Feb. 1987, pp. 28-29.

Strangers in Their Own Country [Review], Dart, Steven. Vol.2, No.2, Oct. 1986, pp. 26-27.

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DESTABILIZATION

Angola, Front Line of the Frontline. Campagnola: More Canadian help, MacNutt, Mary. Vol.3, No.4, Feb. 1988, pp. 13-15.

Angola Prepares for Second Party Congress, Vol.1, No.1, pp. 14-15.

Botha Promises...Again, Fauvet, Paul. Vol.4, No.2, Oct. 1988, pp. 21-22.

Botswana: Beleaguered oasis, Gillespie, Peter. Vol.1, No.5, April 1986, pp. 9-10.

Bush and Botha: New tactics for Southern Africa, Martin, Bill. Vol.4, No.3, Dec. 1988, pp. 26-28.

The Coup d'Etat in Lesotho, O'Meara, Dan. Vol.1, No.5, April 1986, pp. 3-5, 13.

Destabilization: A grim balance sheet, O'Meara, Dan. Vol.3, No.2, Oct. 1987, pp. 16-18.

Dirty War in Namibia, Vol.1, No.1, June 1985, pp. 12-13.

Filming the Frontlines: Destabilization/Development, Cooke, David; Guebert, Linda. Vol.3, No.4, Feb. 1988, pp. 27-28.

The Frontline States in the New Era in Southern Africa: the Ruth First Memorial Lecture, Brittain, Victoria. Vol.7, No.1, July 1991, pp. 22-25.

Hidden Lives, Hidden Deaths [Review], Browne, Lois. Vol.4, No.4, March 1989, p. 29.

Looking at SADCC, Vol.1, No.5, April 1986, pp. 14-16.

Malawi and the MNR, Vol.2, No.3, Dec. 1986, p. 26.

Mozambique: Apartheid's second front, Marshall, Judith. Vol.2, No.5, April 1987, pp. 17-21.

Mozambique Resists South African Attacks, Hanlon, Joe. Vol.3, No.1, July 1987, pp. 27-28.

Mozambique: What is South Africa's strategy?, Davies, Robert. Vol.2, No.3, Dec. 1986, pp. 13-17.

Namibia: Five months after, Leys, Colin. Vol.6, No.2, Nov. 1990, pp. 16-19.

Nkomati Revisited?, Hanlon, Joseph. Vol.4, No.5, May 1989, pp. 17-21.

Remembering Samora Machel, Saul, John S. 2, No.3, Dec. 1986, pp. 3-5.

Renamo's Home Address, Vol.5, No.5, May 1990, pp. 20-21.

South Africa as a Neighbour [Review], Barker, Jonathan. Vol.2, No.3, Dec. 1986, pp. 27-28.

South Africa's War, Vol.2, No.1, June 1986, pp. 25-28.

War Games, Guebert, Linda. Vol.3, No.1, July 1987, pp. 25, 33.

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DETAINED PERSONS

100 Artists Against Detention, Vol.4, No.1, July 1988, pp. 4-8.

Beyond Stalemate, Vol.3, No.5, May 1988, pp. 3-6.

Not Behind Bars, Vol.3, No.5, May 1988, pp. 28-30.

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DROUGHT

The Politics of Drought: Southern Africa fights back, Thompson, Carol. Vol.8, No.1, July 1992, pp. 3-5.

Race, Class and Land in Zimbabwe, Ludwig, Kimberly. Vol.8, No.1, July 1992, pp. 15-17.

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ECONOMIC ANALYSIS

Under the Microscope: The ANC in power, Bond, Patrick. Vol.10, No.3, March 1995, pp. 3-7.

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ECONOMIC CONDITIONS

Angolan Democracy: The international betrayal, Brittain, Victoria. Vol.9, No.3, Jan. 1994, pp. 23-25.

How the West Was Won: The coloured vote in the Western Cape, McDonald, David. Vol.10, No.1, July 1994, pp. 10-13.

The New Terms of Solidarity: A South African view, Mayekiso, Mzwanele. Vol.10, No.2, Dec. 1994, pp. 28-32.

Post-apartheid Southern Africa: How rosy a dawn?, Stoneman, Colin. Vol.10, No.1, July 1994, pp. 44-47.

The Rural Challenge: The ANC and the countryside, Bernstein, Henry. Vol.9, No.3, Jan. 1994, pp. 3-7.

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ECONOMIC POLICY

Democracy vs. Economic Liberalization: The Zambian dilemma, Burdette, Marcia. Vol.8, No.1, July 1992, pp. 6-11.

The New Rules of the Game: Canada and South Africa 1993, Freeman, Linda. Vol.9, No.4, March 1994, pp.3-8.

Zimbabwe Land Reform: What's going on?, Stiles, Marit. Vol.10, No.1, July 1994, pp. 48-51.

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ECONOMIC SANCTIONS

Anti-Apartheid in the U.S.: Confronting imperialism, Cason, James; Fleshman, Michael. Vol.1, No.3, Dec. 1985, pp. 19-20.

Canadian Sulphur Trade to South Africa: The problem, Goffin, Jeffrey. Vol.3, No.3, Dec. 1987, pp. 17-18.

Coke Adds Artificial Sweetener: Buying into the black opposition, Cason, James; Fleshman, Michael. Vol.1, No.5, April 1986, pp. 20-21.

Congress of the People - Canadian Style, Vol.2, No.5, April 1987, pp. 28-29.

Congressional Action: How important?, Fleshman, Mike; Cason, Jim. Vol.2, No.2, Oct. 1986, pp. 12-14.

Constructive Disinvestment or Deceptive Engagement?, Cason, Jim; Fleshman, Mike. Vol.2, No.3, Dec. 1986, pp. 21-23.

Credit Where Credit is Due?, Vol.6, No.5, May 1991, pp. 32-33.

Dalhousie Divests, Keen, Paul. Vol.1, No.4, Feb. 1986, pp. 15, 28.

Defending Apartheid, Vol.1, No.5, April 1986, pp. 11-13.

Direct Action in Montreal, Ciampi, Maria. Vol.2, No.2, Oct. 1986, pp. 21-22.

Divestment at Queens: The pressure mounts, Adkin, Laurie E. Vol.1, No.5, April 1986, pp. 23-25.

Divestment at the University of Windsor, Adam, Barry D. Vol.2, No.2, Oct. 1986, p. 19.

Divestment at York University, Stevenson, Michael. Vol.2, No.2, Oct. 1986, pp. 19-21.

Divestment at York University: The student-trade union alliance, Desfor, Gene. Vol.1, No.4, Feb. 1986, pp. 14-15.

Divestment Breakthrough in Ontario, Stevenson, Michael. Vol.4, No.5, May 1989, pp. 24-25.

Getting Rich Together: Canada and South Africa 1990, Freeman, Linda. Vol.6, No.3, Dec. 1990, pp. 4-9.

Going Through the Motions: Divestment at U. of T., Vol.1, No.3, Oct. 1986, pp. 9, 23.

The I Love Lucy Show: The "taking strides" consultative forum, May, 1990, Vol.6, No.1, July 1990, pp. 15-20.

An Interview with Stephen Lewis, Valpy, Michael. Vol.4, No.3, Dec. 1988, pp. 13-15.

Ja Toivo Calls for Sanctions Against South Africa, Vol.1, No.3, Dec. 1985, pp. 11-13.

Jumping the Gun? Canada and South Africa, 1991, Freeman, Linda. Vol.7, No.3, Jan. 1992, pp. 3-9.

Keeping up With the Joneses: Canada and South Africa, 1985, Freeman, Linda. Vol.1, No.2, Oct. 1985, pp. 4-8.

Marq de Villiers Dreaming [Review], Saul, John S. Vol.3, No.3, pp. 24-25.

Moving Forward on Sanctions: A view from inside South Africa, Spaulding, Geoffrey. Vol.3, No.5, May 1988, pp. 23-25.

The New Rules of the Game: Canada and South Africa 1993, Freeman, Linda. Vol.9, No.4, March 1994, pp. 3-8.

One Person, One Vote, in a Unified South Africa, Vol.1, No.3, Dec. 1985, pp. 3-6.

"Preparing Ourselves for Power": Albie Sachs in Toronto, Vol.9, No.2, Nov. 1993, pp. 13-15, 18-19.

Prioritizing Sanctions, Spaulding, Geoffrey. Vol.4, No.1, July 1988, pp. 25-28.

Quebec and Southern Africa: Still crazy after all these years, Thede, Nancy. Vol.4, No.5, May 1989, pp. 11-13, 33.

Report from New York: Apartheid issue heats up in the U.S., Urdang, Stephanie. Vol.1, No.1, June 1985, pp. 16-17.

Rural Ontario: Apartheid's long reach, Slavin, Linda. Vol.4, No.5, May 1989, pp. 28, 33.

SADCC Conference: Ottawa, Nov. 13, 1985, Vol.1, No.3, Dec. 1985, p. 18.

The Sanctions Campaign: What Next?, Centre d'Information et Documentation sur le Mozambique et l'Afrique Australe (CIDMAA). Vol.2, No.2, Oct. 1986, pp. 15-18.

The Sanctions End Game, Ray, Don. Vol.9, No.2, Nov. 1993, pp. 28-29.

Singing External's Song: Journalism conference controversy, Valpy, Michael. Vol.4, No.5, May 1989, pp. 26-27.

Sneaking Around Sanctions, Daniel, John. Vol.4, No.5, May 1989, pp. 22-23.

South Africa Confidential: Document underscores Canadian backsliding, Vol.4, No.3, Dec. 1988, pp. 9-12.

The Sports Boycott: Old ploys vs. new players, Kidd, Bruce. Vol.5, No.3, Dec. 1989, pp. 30-31.

The State of Apartheid: Assessing the sanctions at year one, Fleshman, Mike; Cason, Jim. Vol.3, No.3, Dec. 1987, pp. 19-22.

Staying Alive: Angola on the ropes, Pottie, David. Vol.9, No.2, Nov. 1993, pp. 24-25.

Stonewalling the Future: Thatcher's "NO", Desmond, Cosmas. Vol.2, No.2, Oct. 1986, pp. 9-12.

Tambo, Not Rambo: The ANC president in Toronto, Vol.3, No.2, Oct. 1987, pp. 19-22.

"Thieves or Murderers": Background to the Angola elections, Vol.8, No.2, Nov. 1992, pp. 22-24.

Trapped by Past Gestures: Canada and South Africa 1992, Freeman, Linda. Vol.8, No.3-4, Jan. 1993, pp. 3-8.

The U.S. and South Africa: What next?, Martin, Bill. Vol.6, No.5, May 1991, pp. 27-29.

U.S. Policy: After sanctions, what?, Fleshman, Mike; Cason, Jim. Vol.2, No.5, April 1987, pp. 24-25.

The U.S. Scene: Shell pickets and Savimbi visit, Cason, James; Fleshman, Michael. Vol.1, No.4, Feb. 1986, pp. 19-20.

U.S. Unions and Apartheid: Good news/bad news, Cason, Jim; Fleshman, Michael. Vol.2, No.1, June 1986, pp. 28-29, 31.

Uneven Gains: The U.S. movement enters the 90s, Martin, Bill; Cason, Jim. Vol.5, No.5, May 1990, pp. 22-25.

What's Right with Mulroney? Canada and Sanctions, 1986, Freeman, Linda. Vol.2, No.2, Oct. 1986, pp. 3-8.

Where's the Beef? Canada and South Africa, 1987, Freeman, Linda. Vol.3, No.3, Dec. 1987, pp. 3-8.

Why is South Africa Getting Away with Murder?, Vol.3, No.5, May 1988, pp. 21-22.

Why Namibia? SWAPO, the Commonwealth and "the west", Wood, Brian. Vol.3, No.2, Oct. 1987, pp. 3-6, 18.

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EDUCATION

The Blonde Beast: Preparing white youth, Crewe, Mary; Muller, Johan. Vol.3, No.1, July, 1987, pp. 12-15.

Botswana: Miracle... or mirage?, Vol.7, No.4, March 1992, pp. 20-25.

The Harare Consultation: A Northern perspective, de Wolff, Alice. Vol.7, No.4, March 1992, pp. 17-19.

The Harare Consultation: A Southern perspective, Roque, Atila P. Vol.7, No.4, March 1992, pp. 13-16.

Making Contact: The education tour - Mozambique, Vol.5, No.2, Nov. 1989, pp. 28-29.

New Struggles, New Questions: Foreign aid and education, Martin, Bill. Vol.3, No.1, July 1987, pp. 18-20.

People's History: A discussion with Luli Calinicos, Vol.3, No.1, July 1987, pp. 9-11.

The Politics of the Aftermath: Peasant options in Mozambique, Roesch, Otto. Vol.9, No.3, Jan. 1994, pp. 16-19.

Practical Solidarity: Teachers and grain handlers in Mozambique, Vol.3, No.1, July 1987, pp. 28-29.

School Work: the education policy debate in South Africa, Muller, Joe; Taylor, Nick. Vol.7, No.4, March 1992, pp. 27-29.

Schooled in Struggle, Vol.3, No.1, July 1987, pp. 3-8, 15.

War Games, Guebert, Linda. Vol.3, No.1, July 1987, pp. 25, 33.

Zimbabwe Ten Years After: Prospects for a popular politics, Cokorinos, Lee. Vol.6, No.1, July 1990, pp. 29-33.

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ELECTIONS

After the Count is Over: Mozambique now. Vol.10, No.4, May 1995, pp. 16-18.

Amandla Ngwethu: The ANC and the elections, Marais, Hein; Vick, Chris. Vol.9, No.2, Nov. 1993, pp. 3-6.

Angolan Democracy: The international betrayal, Brittain, Victoria. Vol.9, No.3, Dec. 1994, pp. 23-25.

Angonia: Why Renamo?, Juergensen, Olaf Tataryn. Vol.10, No.2, Dec. 1994, pp. 12-16.

Chartering Women's Future, Meintjes, Sheila. Vol.9, No.2, Nov. 1993, pp. 9-12.

A Constituency for Southern Africa? The state of the U.S. Movement, Cason, Jim; Martin, Bill. Vol.8, No.5, May 1993, pp. 20-24.

Constituting a Nation, Lindsay, Jenny. Vol.5, No.4, Feb. 1990, pp. 5-7.

Decentralization in South Africa: How democratic?McDonald, David. Vol.11, No.1, Nov. 1995, pp. 23-26.

Defying Apartheid, Reardon, John. Vol.5, No.4, Feb. 1990, pp. 31-33.

Election Fever, Vol.10, No.1, July 1994, pp. 1-2.

Election Protest at Wits: Black gowns fail to halt white on white violence, Vol.3, No.1, July 1987, pp. 26-27.

Elections and After: Gerald Caplan on Namibia, Vol.5, No.4, Feb. 1990, pp. 3-4.

Elections and After: Oxfam in South Africa, Brownstone, Meyer. Vol.9, No.4, March 1994, pp. 14-16.

Electoral Parody, Vol.2, No.5, April 1987, p. 27.

Elections in Malawi: the perils of regionalism, Chirwa, Wiseman Chijere. Vol.10, No.2, pp. 17-20.

Forging the Agenda: Canadian anti-apartheid movement debates. A view from the west, Kossick, Don. Vol.5, No.4, Feb. 1990, pp. 24-26.

History: The National Party's albatross, Marais, Hein. Vol.9, No.2, Nov. 1993, pp. 7-8.

A Hollow Shell: Democracy in Zimbabwe,Saunders, Richard. Vol.10, No.4, May 1995, pp. 3-4.

How The West Was Won: The coloured vote in the Western Cape, McDonald, David. Vol.10, No.1, July 1994, pp. 10-13.

Malawi After the Referendum, Kamanga, Gerard L. Vol.9, No.2, Nov. 1993, pp. 20-23.

Mass Action: South Africa's second referendum, Saul, John S. Vol.8, No.2, Nov. 1992, pp. 4-7.

Mozambique: Debating the terms of solidarity. The New Terms of Solidarity, Johnston, Anton; Lind, Ageta. Vol.5, No.4, Feb. 1990, pp. 17-19.

Mozambique: The "peace election", Saul, John S. Vol.10, No.2, Dec. 1994, pp. 3-6.

Nampula Diary, Vol.10, No.2, Dec. 1994, pp. 10-12.

No Easy Transition: Namibia on the eve, Leys, Colin. Vol.5, No.2, Nov. 1989, pp. 16-19.

"Now for the Hard Part", Saul, John S. Vol.10, No.1, July 1994, pp. 18-19.

Now for the Hard Part: Prospects for a new Namibia, Vol.5, No.4, Feb. 1990, pp. 8-10.

Observing the Natal Election: an Empangeni journal, Slavin, Linda. Vol.10, No.1, July 1994, pp. 14-17.

"Preparing Ourselves for Power": Albie Sachs in Toronto, Vol.9, No.2, Nov. 1993, pp. 13-15, 18-19.

Royal Watching in Buthelezi Country, Maré, Gerhard. Vol.10, No.2, Dec. 1994, pp. 21-24.

Staying Alive: Angola on the ropes, Pottie, David. Vol.9, No.2, Nov. 1993, pp. 24-25.

"Still No Easy Walk", Marais, Hein. Vol.10, No.1, July 1994, pp. 3-9.

The SWAPO Sweep,Dobell, Lauren, Vol.10, No.4, May 1995, pp. 5-9.

"Thieves or Murderers": Background to the Angola elections, Vol.8, No.2, Nov. 1992, pp. 22-24.

The View from Manica, Browne, Lois. Vol.10, No.2, Dec. 1994, pp. 7-9.

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ENVIRONMENT

It's Not Easy Being Brown: ANC environmental policies, McDonald, David. Vol.9, No.4, March 1994, pp. 31-33.

It's Not Easy Being Green: Environmental politics in South Africa, McDonald, David. Vol.8, No.3-4, Jan. 1993, pp. 54-57.

When Democracy is not Enough: Denying Angola's electoral result, Brittain, Victoria. Vol.8, No.3-4, Jan. 1993, pp. 41-46.

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EXPORTS

Angola: Tough road ahead, Godfrey, Steve. Vol.1, No.5, April 1986, pp. 6-8.

Deeper in Debt: What are our alternatives?, Loxley, John. Vol.7, No.1, July 1991, pp. 10-15.

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FARM WORKERS

The Forgotten Fifth: Farm workers in Zimbabwe, Rutherford, Blair. Vol.9, No.4, March 1994, pp. 28-30.

Mozambique's Agricultural Crisis: A second look, Roesch, Otto. Vol.2, No.3, Dec. 1986, pp. 18-20.

The Rural Challenge: The ANC and the countryside, Bernstein, Henry. Vol.9, No.3, Dec. 1994, pp. 3-7.

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FOOD

Banking on Hunger: Food security in Zimbabwe, Stoneman, Colin; Thompson, Carol. Vol.9, No.3, Jan. 1994, pp. 20-22.

Rescuing Credibility? Canadian policy towards South Africa, 1988, Freeman, Linda. Vol.4, No.3, Dec. 1988, pp. 3-8.

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FOREIGN DEBT

Deeper in Debt: What are our alternatives?, Loxley, John. Vol.7, No.1, July 1991, pp. 10-15.

What We Need is Mass Action: Zimbabwean trade unionist interviewed, Vol.7, No.1, July 1991, pp. 16-17.

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FOREIGN RELATIONS

Angola, Front Line of the Frontline. Campagnola: More Canadian help, MacNutt, Mary. Vol.3, No.4, Feb. 1988, pp. 13-15.

Angola: Tough road ahead, Godfrey, Steve. Vol.1, No.5, April 1986, pp. 6-8.

Bush and Botha: New tactics for Southern Africa, Martin, Bill. Vol.4, No.3, Dec. 1988, pp. 26-28.

Canada and South Africa: Less of the same, Freeman, Linda. Vol.11, No.1, Nov. 1995, pp. 3-7.

Canada-Mozambique: The Moises connection, MacNutt, Mary. Vol.4, No.2, Oct. 1988, pp. 25-26.

Caught in the Middle: Botswana's position in Southern Africa, Solway, Jacqueline. Vol.3, No.4, Feb. 1988, pp. 15-17.

The Costs of Procrastination: Canada's policy towards Namibia, 1966-1987, Pratt, Renate. Vol.3, No.2, Oct. 1987, pp. 9-12.

Getting Rich Together: Canada and South Africa 1990, Freeman, Linda. Vol.6, No.3, Dec. 1990, pp. 4-9.

The I Love Lucy Show: The "taking strides" consultative forum, May, 1990, Vol.6, No.1, July 1990, pp. 15-20.

An Interview with Stephen Lewis, Valpy, Michael. Vol.4, No.3, Dec. 1988, pp. 13-15.

Mozambique: Apartheid's second front, Marshall, Judith. Vol.2, No.5, April 1987, pp. 17-21.

Mozambique: Celebrating ten years of independence, Vol.1, No.2, Oct. 1986, pp. 21-23.

Mozambique: Impasse in the peace process, Davies, Robert. Vol.7, No.2, Nov. 1991, pp. 18-20.

Mozambique: The failure of socialism?, Saul, John S. Vol.6, No.2, Nov. 1990, pp. 20-24.

The New Terms Of Solidarity: A South African view, Mayekiso, Mzwanele. Vol.10, No.2, Dec. 1994, pp. 28-32.

Operation Timber [Review], Brittain, Victoria. Vol.4, No.3, Dec. 1988, p. 33.

Prisoner of the Past? The new South Africa abroad,Vale, Peter, Vol.4, No.5, July 1995, pp. 7-10.

Red Baiting in America, Lewis, David. Vol.2, No.3, Dec. 1986, pp. 24-25.

Regional Security: The "new security" in Southern Africa, Southall, Roger.Vol.10, No.5, July 1995, pp. 3-6.

South Africa's War, Vol.2, No.1, June 1986, pp. 25-28.

Tambo in Washington: A foot in the door, Cason, Jim; Fleshman, Mike. Vol.2, No.4, Feb. 1987, pp. 20-22.

Trapped by Past Gestures: Canada and South Africa 1992, Freeman, Linda. Vol.8, No.3-4, Jan. 1993, pp. 3-8.

The U.S. Scene: Shell pickets and Savimbi visit, Cason, James; Fleshman, Michael. Vol.1, No.4, Feb. 1986, pp. 19-20.

Waiting for Clinton, Griffin, Anne. Vol.8, No.3-4, Jan. 1993, pp. 51-53.

What's Right with Mulroney? Canada and Sanctions, 1986, Freeman, Linda. Vol.2, No.2, Oct. 1986, pp. 3-8.

Where's the Beef? Canada and South Africa, 1987, Freeman, Linda. Vol.3, No.3, Dec. 1987, pp. 3-8.

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FRONTLINE STATES

Destabilization: A grim balance sheet, O'Meara, Dan. Vol.3, No.2, Oct. 1987, pp. 16-18.

Extending the Frontlines, Vol.3, No.4, Feb. 1988, pp. 24-25.

Filming the Frontlines: Destabilization/Development, Cooke, David; Guebert, Linda. Vol.3, No.4, Feb. 1988, pp. 27-28.

The Frontline States in the New Era in Southern Africa: the Ruth First Memorial Lecture, Brittain, Victoria. Vol.7, No.1, July 1991, pp. 22-25.

Regional Security: The "new security" in Southern Africa, Southall, Roger.Vol.10, No.5, July 1995, pp. 3-6.

South Africa as a Neighbour [Review], Barker, Jonathan. Vol.2, No.3, Dec. 1986, pp. 27-28.

Stacking the Deck in Namibia, Brittain, Victoria. Vol.4, No.4, March 1989, pp. 12-15.

Unity in Zimbabwe, Vol.3, No.4, Feb. 1988, pp. 3-6.

War Games, Guebert, Linda. Vol.3, No.1, July 1987, pp. 25, 33.

Zimbabwe Ten Years After: Prospects for a popular politics, Cokorinos, Lee. Vol.6, No.1, July 1990, pp. 29-33.

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GAY RIGHTS

Coming Out Against Apartheid: Gay activist speaks in Toronto, Cavanagh, Chris. Vol.5, No.3, Dec. 1989, p. 32.

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HEALTH

AIDS, Education, Theatre: A Zimbabwe experience, Pottie, David. Vol.10, No.3, March 1995, pp. 26-28.

Double Jeopardy: AIDS and apartheid, McCaskell, Tim. Vol.6, No.3, Dec. 1990, pp. 18-20.

Healing Apartheid's Work: 1. Defining the Problem. An interview with Dr. Barry Kistnasamy. Part 2: The challenge of change, De Beer, Cedric. Vol.7, No.2, Nov. 1991, pp. 20-26.

The Hidden Violence of Apartheid, Chase, Claudette. Vol.1, No.5, April 1986, pp. 17-19.

The Politics of the Aftermath: Peasant options in Mozambique, Roesch, Otto. Vol.9, No.3, Jan. 1994, pp. 16-19.

Spelling Out the Policies: 2. Whose health?, Pillay, Yogan. Vol.10, No.3, March 1995, pp. 11-13.

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HISTORY

Angonia: Why Renamo?, Juergensen, Olaf Tataryn. Vol.10, No.2, Dec. 1994, pp. 12-16.

The Killing Machine, Vines, Alex, Human Rights Watch/Africa. Vol.10, No.2, Dec. 1994, pp. 25-27.

Marq de Villiers Dreaming [Review], Saul, John S. Vol.3, No.3, pp. 24-25, pp. 24-25.

People's History [Review], Mason, Mike. Vol.2, No.2, Oct. 1986, pp. 27-28.

People's History: A discussion with Luli Calinicos, Vol.3, No.1, July 1987, pp. 9-11.

Prime Time History: Appropriating Shaka Zulu, Hamilton, Carolyn. Vol.4, No.4, March 1989, pp. 21-23.

The Question of Violence, Vol.2, No.5, April 1987, pp. 3-8.

The Rewriting of South African History [Review], Mason, Mike. Vol.1, No.4, Feb. 1986, pp. 25-26.

Royal Watching in Buthelezi Country, Maré, Gerhard. Vol.10, No.2, Dec. 1994, pp. 21-24.

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HOUSING

Spelling Out the Policies: 1. The Housing Question, Pinsky, Barry. Vol.10, No.3, March 1995, pp. 8-11.

Undermining the RDP: A reply to Barry Pinsky, Bond, Patrick. Vol.10, No.5, July 1995, pp. 23-26, 29.

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HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS

The Killing Machine, Vines, Alex, Human Rights Watch/Africa. Vol.10, No.2, Dec. 1994, pp. 25-27.

Malawi After the Referendum, Kamanga, Gerard L. Vol.9, No.2, Nov. 1993, pp. 20-23.

Political Violence and the "Third Force", Zulu, Paulus. Vol.8, No.2, Nov. 1992, pp. 8-12.

"Preparing Ourselves for Power": Albie Sachs in Toronto, Vol.9, No.2, Nov. 1993, pp. 13-15, 18-19.

Serious Abuses: Establishing a culture of truth, Vol.9, No.2, Nov. 1993, pp. 16-17.

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INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

Canada and Southern Africa: The Liberal aid massacre of 1995. Vol.10, No.4, May 1995, pp. 26-29.

Mozambique: The failure of socialism?, Saul, John S. Vol.6, No.2, Nov. 1990, pp. 20-24.

Old Recipes, New Rhetoric: Structural adjustment in 1990, Bienefeld, Manfred. Vol.6, No.2, Nov. 1990, pp. 9-13.

Selling Structural Adjustment in South Africa, Bond, Patrick. Vol.7, No.1, July 1991, pp. 18-21.

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INDEPENDENCE

1975-1985: Independence Day, Vol.1, No.1, June 1985, pp. 2-3.

Angola Prepares for Second Party Congress, Vol.1, No.1, pp. 14-15.

Mozambique: Celebrating ten years of independence, Vol.1, No.2, Oct. 1986, pp. 21-23.

Namibia: A class act?, Tapscott, Chris. Vol.7, No.2, Nov. 1991, pp. 3-6.

Police Story: A tough transition, Leys, Colin. Vol.7, No.2, Nov. 1991, pp. 10-13.

Post-apartheid Southern Africa: How rosy a dawn?, Stoneman, Colin. Vol.10, No.1,July 1994, pp. 44-47.

The SWAPO Sweep,Dobell, Lauren, Vol.10, No.4, May 1995, pp. 5-9.

Ten Years After, Saul, John S. Vol.1, No.1, June 1985, pp. 5-7.

Transkei: Battling the Bantustans, Theron, Jan. Vol.5, No.5, May 1990, pp. 16-19.

Why Namibia? SWAPO, the Commonwealth and "the west", Wood, Brian. Vol.3, No.2, Oct. 1987, pp. 3-6, 18.

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INDIGENOUS PEOPLES

Land Reform in Namibia: Why not?, Tapscott, Chris. Vol.9, No.3, Jan. 1994, pp. 12-15.

The Politics of the Aftermath: Peasant options in Mozambique, Roesch, Otto. Vol.9, No.3, Jan. 1994, pp. 16-19.

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INKATHA

Civil War in Natal, Vol.3, No.5, May 1988, pp. 7-9.

Inkathagate Revisited, Mare, Gerhard. Vol.7, No.2, Nov. 1991, pp. 14-17.

The Killing Fields: Who is Gatsha Buthelezi and why is he killing people?, Vol.6, No.2, Nov. 1990, pp. 14-16.

Playing His Last Card? Buthelezi's regional option, Mare, Gerhard. Vol.8, No.3-4, Jan. 1993, pp. 31-35.

The Real Inkatha, Green, Pippa. Vol.2, No.4, Feb. 1987, pp. 16-19.

The Sad Saga of KwaZulu-Natal, Maré, Gerhard. Vol.10, No.5, July 1995, pp. 11-14.

Trapped by Past Gestures: Canada and South Africa 1992, Freeman, Linda. Vol.8, No.3-4, Jan. 1993, pp. 3-8.

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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

Angola: War without end, Beaudet, Pierre. Vol.9, No.1, July 1993, pp. 7-9.

Another Angola? Politics and peace in Mozambique, Vol.9, No.1, July 1993, pp. 10-13.

Dishonourable Degree, Daniel, John. Vol.8, No.2, Nov. 1992, pp. 29-30.

Elections and After: Oxfam in South Africa, Brownstone, Meyer. Vol.9, No.4, March 1994, pp. 14-16.

Getting Away With It: Who's backing Savimbi?, Brittain, Victoria. Vol.9, No.4, March 1994, pp. 18-21.

Hamba Kahle Chris Hani: 1942-1993, Mzamane, Nthoana; Mzamane, Mbulelo. Vol.9, No.1, July 1993, pp. 22-24.

The New Rules of the Game: Canada and South Africa 1993, Freeman, Linda. Vol.9, No.4, March 1994, pp. 3-8.

The New Terms of Solidarity: A South African view, Mayekiso, Mzwanele. Vol.10, No.2, Dec. 1994, pp. 28-32.

Setting an Agenda: South-South-North II, Vol.9, No.1, July 1993, pp. 14-17.

Strategic Unionism: The debate, Von Holdt, Karl. Vol.8, No.3-4, Jan. 1993, pp. 36-40.

The U.S. and South Africa: What next?, Martin, Bill. Vol.6, No.5, May 1991, pp. 27-29.

Waiting for Clinton, Griffin, Anne. Vol.8, No.3-4, Jan. 1993, pp. 51-53.

When Democracy is not Enough: Denying Angola's electoral result, Brittain, Victoria. Vol.8, No.3-4, Jan. 1993, pp. 41-46.

Women's Writing: What's new in South Africa, Clayton, Cherry. Vol.9, No.1, July 1993, pp. 30-33.

Workers of the World Debate: A South Africa/Canada Workshop, Vol.9, No.1, July 1993, pp. 18-21.

A Wrecker's Role: Unita and its friends, Brittain, Victoria. Vol.9, No.1, July 1993, pp. 3-6.

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INTERNATIONAL SOLIDARITY

Anti-Apartheid Activism: A cross-Canada survey, Vol.4, No.5, May 1989, pp. 8-10.

Apartheid is the State of Emergency! UDF leaders in Toronto, Vol.4, No.4, March 1989, pp. 24-25.

Beating Around the Bush, Cason, Jim; Fleshman, Michael. Vol.5, No.3, Dec. 1989, pp. 21-24.

Bonn Trabalho: Supporting Angola and Mozambique, Guebert, Linda; Marshall, Judith. Vol.4, No.4, March 1989, pp. 26-28.

Canadian Solidarity: After anti-apartheid,Sutton, Sue. Vol.11, No.1, Nov. 1995, pp. 10-13.

The Centre Cannot Hold: White liberalism and beyond in South Africa, Vol.1, No.3, Dec. 1986, pp. 7-10.

Congress of the People - Canadian Style, Vol.2, No.5, April 1987, pp. 28-29.

Consolidating Solidarity: The parallel Commonwealth Conference, Vol.3, No.3, Dec. 1987, pp. 15-16, 22.

Extending the Frontlines, Vol.3, No.4, Feb. 1988, pp. 24-25.

Fighting Sexual Oppression: Two-way solidarity, Black, Julia C. Vol.7, No.2, Nov. 1991, pp. 28-30.

Forging the Agenda: Canadian anti-apartheid movement debates. Buying silence?, Vol.5, No.4, Feb. 1990, pp. 26-28.

FRELIMO Leader in Canada, Vol.5, No.1, July 1989, pp. 27-29.

Keeping Pace: Solidarity work and the new globalism, Marshall, Judith. Vol.9, No.4, March 1994, pp. 9-13.

Lesotho: Of coups and commoners, Eldredge, Elizabeth. Vol.5, No.2, Nov. 1989, pp. 20-22.

Mozambique: Debating the terms of solidarity. Jobs and charity?, Hanlon, Joseph. Vol.5, No.4, Feb. 1990, pp. 22-23.

Mozambique: Debating the terms of solidarity. Sadly Revisited, Urdang, Stephanie. Vol.5, No.4, Feb. 1990, pp. 20-21.

The New Moment in South Africa: What kind of solidarity?, Thede, Nancy. Vol.6, No.3, Dec. 1990, pp. 10-13.

The New Terms Of Solidarity: A South African view, Mayekiso, Mzwanele. Vol.10, No.2, Dec. 1994, pp. 28-32.

The New Terms of Solidarity: Lessons from Latin America, Jeffcott, Bob. Vol.8, No.3-4, Jan. 1993, pp. 14-18.

Nkomati Revisited?, Hanlon, Joseph. Vol.4, No.5, May 1989, pp. 17-21.

No Life of my Own: Chikane's autobiography [Review], Wells, Harold. Vol.5, No.2, Nov. 1989, pp. 30-31.

On the Ropes: Socialism and Frelimo's 5th Congress, Marshall, Judith. Vol.5, No.2, Nov. 1989, pp. 4-8.

Practical Solidarity: Teachers and grain handlers in Mozambique, Vol.3, No.1, July 1987, pp. 28-29.

Quebec and Southern Africa: Still crazy after all these years, Thede, Nancy. Vol.4, No.5, May 1989, pp. 11-13, 33.

The Quebec Scene: Southern Africa in Quebec - Making Friends, Centre d'Information et de Documentation sur le Mozambique et l'Afrique Australe (CIDMAA). Vol.1, No.3, Dec. 1985, pp. 17, 21.

Rescheduling Apartheid, Hirsch, Alan. Vol.5, No.3, Dec. 1989, pp. 18-20.

Solidarity in a New Key: The reflections of a bespectacled solidarity supporter, Barker, Jonathan. Vol.7, No.4, March 1992, pp. 3-8.

South Africa's Struggle in a New Phase: Challenges for solidarity, Saul, John S. Vol.4, No.5, May 1989, pp. 3-7.

South African Liberation and the Rebirth of Pan African Consciousness in Canada, Case, Frederick Ivor. Vol.2, No.4, Feb. 1987, pp. 23-25.

South African Trade Unions: The Canadian connection, Vol.2, No.1, June 1986, pp. 3-9.

TCL'd Pink: 20 years of solidarity, Swift, Richard. Vol.8, No.3-4, Jan. 1993, pp. 9-13.

Time for Small Victories: Discussing solidarity in Harare, Vol.7, No.4, March 1992, pp. 9-12.

Tough Talk: Chikane in Canada, Kenny, Gary. Vol.5, No.3, Dec. 1989, pp. 12-13.

The U.S. Front: Newt-ering the solidarity movement,Cason, Jim. Vol.11, No.1, Nov. 1995, pp. 8-9.

Uneven Gains: The U.S. movement enters the 90s, Martin, Bill; Cason, Jim. Vol.5, No.5, May 1990, pp. 22-25.

Upbeat Organizing Down Under, Vol.4, No.3, Dec. 1988, pp. 29-30.

We Symbolize Toughness: MATCH supports Zimbabwean women, Galey, Sherry. Vol.1, No.5, April 1986, pp. 26-27.

When Democracy is not Enough: Denying Angola's electoral result, Brittain, Victoria. Vol.8, No.3-4, Jan. 1993, pp. 41-46.

Zimbabwe Ten Years After: Prospects for a popular politics, Cokorinos, Lee. Vol.6, No.1, July 1990, pp. 29-33.

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LABOUR

Another Angola? Politics and peace in Mozambique, Vol.9, No.1, July 1993, pp. 10-13.

Bearing the Brunt: Labour and structural adjustment in Zimbabwe, Sachikonye, Lloyd. Vol.8, No.5, May 1993, pp. 16-17.

Defining a Role: Trade unions in Namibia, Bauer, Gretchen. Vol.8, No.5, May 1993, pp. 8-11.

The High Costs of Obstinacy: Banda hangs on, Woods, Tony. Vol.8, No.2, Nov. 1992, pp. 17-21.

"Mutually Searching": Trade union strategies, South Africa and Canada, Vol.8, No.5, May 1993, pp. 3-7.

Nampula: What's left?, Roesch, Otto. Vol.5, No.2, Nov. 1989, pp. 9-13.

No Such Thing as a Liberal Bourgeois: The South African miner's strike, Martin, Bill. Vol.3, No.2, Oct. 1987, pp. 24-25.

NUMSA Urges Democratic Restructuring, Vol.5, No.1, July 1989, pp. 20-21.

Practical Solidarity: Teachers and grain handlers in Mozambique, Vol.3, No.1, July 1987, pp. 28-29.

The Rise of Strategic Unionism, Von Holdt, Karl. Vol.8, No.2, Nov. 1992, pp. 13-16.

Setting an Agenda: South-South-North II, Vol.9, No.1, July 1993, pp. 14-17.

Starting Over: Rebuilding the workers' movement in Mozambique, Paavo, Adriane. Vol.8, No.5, May 1993, pp. 12-15.

War and Peace on the Natal Front, Vol.5, No.1, July 1989, p. 21.

Women Organizing Against Detention, Gurr, Jane. Vol.5, No.1, July 1989, pp. 22-23.

Women's Writing: What's new in South Africa, Clayton, Cherry. Vol.9, No.1, July 1993, pp. 30-33.

Worker to Worker: A Canadian unionist in South Africa, Leblanc, Gerry. Vol.8, No.5, May 1993, pp. 18-19.

Zimbabwe: Economic crisis and the politics of venality, Vol.5, No.3, Dec. 1989, pp. 26-29.

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LAND USE

The Forgotten Fifth: Farm workers in Zimbabwe, Rutherford, Blair. Vol.9, No.4, March 1994, pp. 28-30.

Gender Field Workers: A Toronto visit, Clarke, Marlea. Vol.10, No.5, July 1995, pp. 20-22.

Land in Namibia: Rhetoric, reform or revolution?, Brown, Susan. Vol.7, No.2, Nov. 1991, pp. 7-10.

Land Reform in Namibia: Why not?, Tapscott, Chris. Vol.9, No.3, Dec. 1994, pp. 12-15.

Namibia: A class act?, Tapscott, Chris. Vol.7, No.2, Nov. 1991, pp. 3-6.

The Rural Challenge: The ANC and the countryside, Bernstein, Henry. Vol.9, No.3, Jan. 1994, pp. 3-7.

Zimbabwe Land Reform: What's going on?, Stiles, Marit. Vol.10, No.1, July 1994, pp. 48-51.

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LITERACY

Training for Empowerment [Book Review], Walters, Shirley. Vol.6, No.3, Dec. 1990, pp. 29-32.

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MASS MEDIA

Credit Where Credit is Due?, Vol.6, No.5, May 1991, pp. 32-33.

The Education of Michael Valpy, Turner, Owen. Vol.3, No.5, May 1988, pp. 15-18.

Eyuphuro, Vol.5, No.2, Nov. 1989, pp. 26-27.

Hard Pressed: Bi-cameral racism and the Globe and Mail, Vol.6, No.1, July 1990, pp. 13-1

Keeping the Right Image: The mainstream media in South Africa, Collinge, Jo-Anne; Niddrie, David. Vol.6, No.1, July 1990, pp. 3-7.

Perish or Publish: Consolidating the alternative voice, Moss, Glenn. Vol.6, No.1, July 1990, pp. 11-12.

Prime Time History: Appropriating Shaka Zulu, Hamilton, Carolyn. Vol.4, No.4, March 1989, pp. 21-23.

Singing External's Song: Journalism conference controversy, Valpy, Michael. Vol.4, No.5, May 1989, pp. 26-27.

Stop the Press? The media struggle in Zimbabwe, Saunders, Richard. Vol.6, No.5, May 1991, pp. 23-26.

Valpy on Valpy, Valpy, Michael. Vol.3, No.5, May 1988, pp. 19-20.

When Actors Become Authors: Radical communications in the 1980s, Pinnock, Don. Vol.6, No.1, July 1990, pp. 7-10.

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MASS MOBILIZATION

Between Pain and Hope: A conversation with Rev. Frank Chikane (Part One), Vol.2, No.4, Feb. 1987, pp. 12-15.

COSATU: The year in retrospect, Vol.4, No.3, Dec. 1988, pp. 16-17.

De Klerk: On the defensive?, Vol.5, No.5, May 1990, pp. 4-7.

Election Protest at Wits: Black gowns fail to halt white on white violence, Vol.3, No.1, July 1987, pp. 26-27.

The Movement Regroups, Vol.5, No.5, May 1990, pp. 8-12.

Prioritizing Sanctions, Spaulding, Geoffrey. Vol.4, No.1, July 1988, pp. 25-28.

What We Need is Mass Action: Zimbabwean trade unionist interviewed, Vol.7, No.1, July 1991, pp. 16-17.

Why the ANC?, Vol.2, No.4, Feb. 1987, pp. 4-7.

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MASSACRES

Massacre at Homoine: A Canadian's account, Vol.3, No.2, Oct. 1987, p. 23.

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MEMORIALS

Abdul Shariff (obituary), Vol.9, No.4, March 1994, p. 17.

Hamba Kahle Chris Hani: 1942-1993, Mzamane, Nthoana; Mzamane, Mbulelo. Vol.9, No.1, July 1993, pp. 22-24.

Joe Slovo: Ode to a mensch, Manicom, Linzi. Vol.10, No.3, March 1995, pp. 16-19.

Remembering Samora, Vol.4, No.2, Oct. 1988, pp. 19-20.

Remembering Aquino, Wallerstein, Immanuel. Vol.2, No.3, Dec. 1986, p. 6.

Remembering Fernando Honwana, Isaacman, Allen. Vol.2, No.3, Dec. 1986, p. 7.

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MILITARY

Anthropology in the Service of Apartheid, Gordon, Robert. Vol.4, No.3, Dec. 1988, pp. 22-25.

Rescuing Credibility? Canadian policy towards South Africa, 1988, Freeman, Linda. Vol.4, No.3, Dec. 1988, pp. 3-8.

Staying Alive: Angola on the ropes, Pottie, David. Vol.9, No.2, Nov. 1993, pp. 24-25.

Transkei: Battling the Bantustans, Theron, Jan. Vol.5, No.5, May 1990, pp. 16-19.

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MINING AND MINERALS INDUSTRY

Chasing a Cure: Capitalists dilemmas in South Africa, Vol.4, No.4, March 1989, pp. 3-8.

Namibian Workers: Intensifying the struggle, Vol.2, No.1, June 1986, pp. 22-24.

No Such Thing as a Liberal Bourgeois: The South African miner's strike, Martin, Bill. Vol.3, No.2, Oct. 1987, pp. 24-25.

People's History [Review], Mason, Mike. Vol.2, No.2, Oct. 1986, pp. 27-28.

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MPLA

Angola Prepares for Second Party Congress, Vol.1, No.1, pp. 14-15.

Getting Away With It: Who's backing Savimbi?, Brittain, Victoria. Vol.9, No.4, March 1994, pp. 18-21.

Nicaragua Revisited? Peace and democracy in Angola, Dos Santos, Daniel; Luce, Frank. Vol.6, No.1, July 1990, pp. 24-28.

Target Angola: The U.S. - South Africa conspiracy, Brittain, Victoria. Vol.3, No.2, Oct. 1987, pp. 13-15.

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NATIONAL ECONOMY

Angola, Front Line of the Frontline: Economic reform , Dos Santos, My and Daniel. Vol.3, No.4, Feb. 1988, pp. 11-12.

Angola: Tough road ahead, Godfrey, Steve. Vol.1, No.5, April 1986, pp. 6-8.

Chasing a Cure: Capitalists dilemmas in South Africa, Vol.4, No.4, March 1989, pp. 3-8.

Economic Reform in Mozambique: Two views, Loxley, John; Roesch, Otto. Vol.4, No.2, Oct. 1988, pp. 3-10.

Ja Toivo Calls for Sanctions Against South Africa, Vol.1, No.3, Dec. 1985, pp. 11-13.

Namibia: A class act?, Tapscott, Chris. Vol.7, No.2, Nov. 1991, pp. 3-6.

One Person, One Vote, in a Unified South Africa, Vol.1, No.3, Dec. 1985, pp. 3-6.

The Politics of Drought: Southern Africa fights back, Thompson, Carol. Vol.8, No.1, July 1992, pp. 3-5.

Race, Class and Land in Zimbabwe, Ludwig, Kimberly. Vol.8, No.1, July 1992, pp. 15-17.

A Ruse by Any Other Name, Pickles, John; Woods, Jeff. Vol.5, No.3, Dec. 1989, p. 25.

Southern African Notebook, Vol.5, No.2, Nov. 1989, pp. 23-26.

At War With the Future? Black South African youth in the 1990s, Bundy, Colin. Vol.8, No.1, July 1992, pp. 18-21.

We Will Restructure: Debating the post-apartheid economy, Vol.6, No.2, Nov. 1990, pp. 3-8.

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NEGOTIATIONS

Barcelona Bound: The sports boycott's last hurrah, Kidd, Bruce. Vol.7, No.3, Jan. 1992, pp. 9-10.

Getting Rich Together: Canada and South Africa 1990, Freeman, Linda. Vol.6, No.3, Dec. 1990, pp. 4-9.

The High Costs of Stalemate: Dan O'Meara on South Africa, Vol.6, No.5, May 1991, pp. 10-13.

Interpretations Matter: Evaluating the War in Mozambique: Part 1. Christian Geffray's Argument. Part 2. The Anthropology of a Civil War, O'Laughlin, Bridget. Vol.7, No.3, Jan. 1992, pp.23-33.

Jumping the Gun? Canada and South Africa, 1991, Freeman, Linda. Vol.7, No.3, Jan. 1992, pp. 3-9.

Mozambique: Impasse in the peace process, Davies, Robert. Vol.7, No.2, Nov. 1991, pp. 18-20.

Negotiations: Dress rehearsals in the townships, Vol.5, No.5, May 1990, pp. 13-15.

"Negotiations Will Fail": Neville Alexander in Toronto, Vol.7, No.3, Jan. 1992, pp. 21-22.

No Level Playing Field: Bruce Kidd in South Africa, Kidd, Bruce. Vol.8, No.5, May 1993, pp. 31-33.

Stacking the Deck in Namibia, Brittain, Victoria. Vol.4, No.4, March 1989, pp. 12-15.

Treacherous Crossing: Namibian independence debacle, Vol.5, No.1, July 1989, pp. 15-17.

Two Into One Won't Go? Integrating the armies in South Africa, Vol.7, No.3, Jan. 1992, pp. 17-20.

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NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS

Anti-Apartheid Activism: A cross-Canada survey, Vol.4, No.5, May 1989, pp. 8-10.

Building Civil Society: Moses Mayekiso interviewed, Vol.6, No.1, July 1990, pp. 21-23.

Canadian Solidarity: After anti-apartheid,Sutton, Sue. Vol.11, No.1, Nov. 1995, pp. 10-13.

The Centre Cannot Hold: White liberalism and beyond in South Africa, Vol.1, No.3, Dec. 1986, pp. 7-10.

CIDA Pulls the Plug, Marshall, Judith. Vol.8, No.5, May 1993, pp. 28-30.

Deconstructing "Civil Society", Singh, Mala. Vol.6, No.3, Dec. 1990, pp. 26-28.

Donor Dollars and Mozambique's NGOs, Costy, Alexander, Vol.10, No.5, July 1995, pp. 15-19.

Elections and After: Oxfam in South Africa, Brownstone, Meyer. Vol.9, No.4, March 1994, pp. 14-16.

Fickle Funding? Canadian aid to Namibia, Graham, John. Vol.5, No.4, Feb. 1990, pp. 11-12.

Forging the Agenda: Canadian anti-apartheid movement debates. Buying silence?, Vol.5, No.4, Feb. 1990, pp. 26-28.

FRELIMO Leader in Canada, Vol.5, No.1, July 1989, pp. 27-29.

Getting Away With It: Who's backing Savimbi?, Brittain, Victoria. Vol.9, No.4, March 1994, pp. 18-21.

The I Love Lucy Show: The "taking strides" consultative forum, May, 1990, Vol.6, No.1, July 1990, pp. 15-20.

In a Lull: Canada's anti-apartheid movement, Francois, Pierre. Vol.5, No.3, Dec. 1989, pp. 9-11.

Keeping Pace: Solidarity work and the new globalism, Marshall, Judith. Vol.9, No.4, March 1994, pp. 9-13.

Making Contact: The education tour - Mozambique, Vol.5, No.2, Nov. 1989, pp. 28-29.

The New Moment in South Africa: What kind of solidarity?, Thede, Nancy. Vol.6, No.3, Dec. 1990, pp. 10-13.

The New Terms of Solidarity: Lessons from Latin America, Jeffcott, Bob. Vol.8, No.3-4, Jan. 1993, pp. 14-18.

The People of Canada Welcome New ANC Representative, Vol.5, No.1, July 1989, pp. 18-19.

Quebec and Southern Africa: Still crazy after all these years, Thede, Nancy. Vol.4, No.5, May 1989, pp. 11-13, 33.

Resisting Adjustment in Mozambique: The grassroots speaks up, Marshall, Judith. Vol.7, No.1, July 1991, pp. 3-8.

Selling Structural Adjustment in South Africa, Bond, Patrick. Vol.7, No.1, July 1991, pp. 18-21.

South African Women Organizing, Vol.1, No.4, Feb. 1986, pp. 2-10.

TCL'd Pink: 20 years of solidarity, Swift, Richard. Vol.8, No.3-4, Jan. 1993, pp. 9-13.

Uneven Gains: The U.S. movement enters the 90s, Martin, Bill; Cason, Jim. Vol.5, No.5, May 1990, pp. 22-25.

Women, Solidarity and Southern Africa: Report of the national workshop, Vol.4, No.1, July 1988, pp. 29-30.

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PEASANT MOVEMENTS

Peasants and Politics, Vol.9, No.3, Jan. 1994, pp. 1-2.

The Politics of the Aftermath: Peasant options in Mozambique, Roesch, Otto. Vol.9, No.3, Jan. 1994, pp. 16-19.

Renamo and the Peasantry: A view from Gaza, Roesch, Otto. Vol.6, No.3, Dec. 1990, pp. 21-25.

The Rural Challenge: Women and land, Friedman, Michelle. Vol.9, No.3, Dec. 1994, pp. 8-11.

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POETRY

The Black Mamba Rises, Hlatshwayo, Mi S'Dumo. Vol.4, No.1, July 1988, pp. 14-15.

Dia da Independencia 1985, Saul, John S. Vol.1, No.1, June 1985, p. 4.

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POLITICAL ANALYSIS

De Klerk: On the defensive?, Vol.5, No.5, May 1990, pp. 4-7.

Hard Pressed: Bi-cameral racism and the Globe and Mail, Vol.6, No.1, July 1990, pp. 13-14.

Hidden Lives, Hidden Deaths [Review], Browne, Lois. Vol.4, No.4, March 1989, p. 29.

Mozambique and Nicaragua: The politics of survival, Marshall, Judith. Vol.2, No.1, June 1986, pp. 14-20.

Mozambique: The failure of socialism?, Saul, John S. Vol.6, No.2, Nov. 1990, pp. 20-24.

Where is Botha Going?, O'Meara, Dan. Vol.2, No.2, Oct. 1986, pp. 23-25.

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POLITICAL DESTABILIZATION

Building Popular Alliances: The new politics in Zimbabwe, Vol.8, No.2, Nov. 1992, pp. 25-29.

Dishonourable Degree, Daniel, John. Vol.8, No.2, Nov. 1992, pp. 29-30.

The Harare Consultation: A Northern perspective, de Wolff, Alice. Vol.7, No.4, March 1992, pp. 17-19.

The High Costs of Obstinacy: Banda hangs on, Woods, Tony. Vol.8, No.2, Nov. 1992, pp. 17-21.

Mass Action: South Africa's second referendum, Saul, John S. Vol.8, No.2, Nov. 1992, pp. 4-7.

Mozambique: What is to be done?, O'Laughlin, Bridget. Vol.7, No.4, March 1992, pp.32-33.

Political Violence and the "Third Force", Zulu, Paulus. Vol.8, No.2, Nov. 1992, pp. 8-12.

The Rise of Strategic Unionism, Von Holdt, Karl. Vol.8, No.2, Nov. 1992, pp. 13-16.

School Work: The education policy debate in South Africa, Muller, Joe; Taylor, Nick. Vol.7, No.4, March 1992, pp. 27-29.

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POLITICAL MOBILIZATION

Civics in Zimbabwe: Are they making a difference?, Saunders, Richard. Vol.10, No.3, March 1995, pp. 21-25.

Honouring the Sports Boycott, Kidd, Bruce. Vol.8, No.1, July 1992, pp. 24-25.

Malawi: Revolution without leadership?, Page, Melvin E. Vol.8, No.1, July 1992, pp. 12-14.

Playing His Last Card? Buthelezi's regional option, Mare, Gerhard. Vol.8, No.3-4, Jan. 1993, pp. 31-35.

The Politics of Drought: Southern Africa fights back, Thompson, Carol. Vol.8, No.1, July 1992, pp. 3-5.

Race, Class and Land in Zimbabwe, Ludwig, Kimberly. Vol.8, No.1, July 1992, pp. 15-17.

Serious Abuses: Establishing a culture of truth, Vol.9, No.2, Nov. 1993, pp. 16-17.

Striking Back: An insider's view of COSATU [Book Review], Pottie, David. Vol.8, No.1, July 1992, pp. 31-33.

At War With the Future? Black South African youth in the 1990s, Bundy, Colin. Vol.8, No.1, July 1992, pp. 18-21.

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POLITICAL MOVEMENTS AND PARTIES

Amandla Ngwethu: The ANC and the elections, Marais, Hein; Vick, Chris. Vol.9, No.2, Nov. 1993, pp. 3-6.

ANC Call to the Nation: The future is within our grasp, Vol.1, No.1, June 1985, pp. 9-11.

Angola Prepares for Second Party Congress, Vol.1, No.1, pp. 14-15.

Bell Curve, South Africa Style: Rewriting the civics movement (debate), Mayekiso, Mzwanele. Vol.10, No.3, March 1995, pp. 29-33.

Chartering Women's Future, Meintjes, Sheila. Vol.9, No.2, Nov. 1993, pp. 9-12.

Elections in Malawi: The perils of regionalism, Chirwa, Wiseman Chijere. Vol.10, No.2, Dec. 1994, pp. 17-20.

End Game? The ANC's Victor Moche interviewed, Vol.8, No.1, July 1992, pp. 22-23.

History: The National Party's albatross, Marais, Hein. Vol.9, No.2, Nov. 1993, pp. 7-8.

The Killing Fields: Who is Gatsha Buthelezi and why is he killing people?, Vol.6, No.2, Nov. 1990, pp. 14-16.

Malawi After the Referendum, Kamanga, Gerard L.

Vol.9, No.2, Nov. 1993, pp. 20-23

Namibia: A class act?, Tapscott, Chris. Vol.7, No.2, Nov. 1991, pp. 3-6.

Namibia: Five months after, Leys, Colin. Vol.6, No.2, Nov. 1990, pp. 16-19.

Planning for Victory: ANC's National Consultative Conference, Vol.1, No.2, Oct. 1986, pp. 18-20.

The Sanctions End Game, Ray, Don. Vol.9, No.2, Nov. 1993, pp. 28-29.

The Savimbi Shuffle, Brittain, Victoria. Vol.5, No.2, Nov. 1989, pp. 14-15.

Serious Abuses: Establishing a culture of truth, Vol.9, No.2, Nov. 1993, pp. 16-17.

Staying Alive: Angola on the ropes, Pottie, David. Vol.9, No.2, Nov. 1993, pp. 24-25.

"Still No Easy Walk", Marais, Hein. Vol.10, No.1, July 1994, pp. 3-9 .

A Tale of Two Homelands: Part 1.The Transkei: the long road to democracy. Part 2. The Ciskei: following Buthelezi's path?, Cherry, Janet; Bank, Leslie. Vol.9, No.1, July 1993, pp. 25-29.

Under the Microscope: The ANC in power, Bond, Patrick. Vol.10, No.3, March 1995, pp. 3-7.

Unity in Zimbabwe, Vol.3, No.4, Feb. 1988, pp. 3-6.

Virtually a Government in Exile: The ANC at Arusha, Brittain, Victoria. Vol.3, No.4, Feb. 1988, pp. 22-23.

"We Want Change": Cleaning house in Malawi, Chirwa, Wiseman Chijere. Vol.9, No.4, March 1994, pp. 25-27.

Why Are Anti-Stalinists Joining the SACP?, Morris, Mike. Vol.6, No.3, Dec. 1990, pp. 14-17.

Why the ANC?, Vol.2, No.4, Feb. 1987, pp. 4-7.

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POPULAR EDUCATION

Bell Curve, South Africa Style: Rewriting the civics movement (debate), Mayekiso, Mzwanele. Vol.10, No.3, March 1995, pp. 29-33.

Forging Alliances: Students and universities against the state, Martin, Bill. Vol.3, No.3, Dec. 1987, pp. 13-14.

New Struggles, New Questions: Foreign aid and education, Martin, Bill. Vol.3, No.1, July 1987, pp. 18-20.

Popular Education: A tool for change, MacAdam, Colin. Vol.2, No.4, Feb. 1987, pp. 28-29.

Schooled in Struggle, Vol.3, No.1, July 1987, pp. 3-8, 15.

Training for Empowerment [Book Review], Walters, Shirley. Vol.6, No.3, Dec. 1990, pp. 29-32.

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POVERTY

Civil War in Natal, Vol.3, No.5, May 1988, pp. 7-9.

Face to Face With the "New" South Africa, Boyd, Rosalind. Vol.7, No.1, July 1991, pp. 26-29.

The Hidden Violence of Apartheid, Chase, Claudette. Vol.1, No.5, April 1986, pp. 17-19.

Inside Apartheid: Memories of a Tanzanian visitor, Halfani, Mohamed. Vol.8, No.3-4, Jan. 1993, pp. 47-50.

Life on the Frontline: Mozambique diary, Marshall, Judith. Vol.3, No.4, Feb. 1988, pp. 7-10.

Mozambique: Apartheid's second front, Marshall, Judith. Vol.2, No.5, April 1987, pp. 17-21.

Namibia: A class act?, Tapscott, Chris. Vol.7, No.2, Nov. 1991, pp. 3-6.

The Paradox of Poverty: Politics of compromise in the Eastern Cape, Cherry, Janet. Vol.8, No.3-4, Jan. 1993, pp. 22-26.

Post-apartheid Southern Africa: How rosy a dawn?, Stoneman, Colin. Vol.10, No.1, July 1994, pp. 44-47.

Resisting Adjustment in Mozambique: The grassroots speaks up, Marshall, Judith. Vol.7, No.1, July 1991, pp. 3-8.

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PROGRESSIVE CULTURE

100 Artists Against Detention, Vol.4, No.1, July 1988, pp. 4-8.

Abdul Shariff (obituary), Vol.9, No.4, March 1994, p. 17.

The Black Mamba Rises, Hlatshwayo, Mi S'Dumo. Vol.4, No.1, July 1988, pp. 14-15.

Bruce Cockburn in Mozambique, Vol.4, No.3, Dec. 1988, pp. 31-32.

Literature Beyond the Platitudes: An interview with Achmat Dangor, Vol.4, No.1, July 1988, pp. 9-13.

Making the New South African Culture: The Amsterdam Conference, Bruun-Meyer, Margie. Vol.3, No.4, Feb. 1988, pp. 18-21.

Mozambican Culture: A crowded canvas, Sachs, Albie. Vol.4, No.1, July 1988, pp. 21-24.

Taking Control of Culture: Plays of working life in the union movement, Vol.4, No.1, July 1988, pp. 16-17.

War is No Solution: The end conscription campaign, Vol.2, No.5, April 1987, pp. 13-16.

When Actors Become Authors: Radical communications in the 1980s, Pinnock, Don. Vol.6, No.1, Jul. 1990, pp.7-10.

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PROPAGANDA

Rural Ontario: Apartheid's long reach, Slavin, Linda. Vol.4, No.5, May 1989, pp. 28, 33.

Stamp News, Whelan, Tom. Vol.1, No.5, April 1986, p. 22.

Targeting Canada: Apartheid's friends on the offensive, Galbraith, David. Vol.3, No.5, May 1988, pp. 10-14.

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REFORM STRATEGY

Adjusting the Sports Boycott, Kidd, Bruce. Vol.4, No.4, March 1989, pp. 16-20.

Between Pain and Hope: A conversation with Rev. Frank Chikane (Part One), Vol.2, No.4, Feb. 1987, pp. 12-15.

Forging the Agenda: Canadian anti-apartheid movement debates. Buying silence?, Vol.5, No.4, Feb. 1990, pp.26-28.

The Impossibility of Non-violence: A conversation with Rev. Frank Chikane (Part Two), Vol.2, Nos. 5, April 1987, pp. 9-12.

The Movement Regroups, Vol.5, No.5, May 1990, pp.8-12.

Moving Forward on Sanctions: A view from inside South Africa, Spaulding, Geoffrey. Vol.3, No.5, May 1988, pp. 23-25.

Mozambique: A Dream Undone? [Review], Roesch, Otto. Vol.4, No.5, May 1989, pp. 29-30.

The Rewriting of South African History [Review], Mason, Mike. Vol.1, No.4, Feb. 1986, pp. 25-26.

South Africa's Struggle in a New Phase: Challenges for solidarity, Saul, John S. Vol.4, No.5, May 1989, pp. 3-7.

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REFUGEES

Angonia: Why Renamo?, Juergensen, Olaf Tataryn. Vol.10, No.2, Dec. 1994, pp. 12-16.

Mozambican Refugees: The Mosaic Dossier, Vol.6, No.5, May 1991, pp. 17-19.

To Rebuild a Nation: Refugees return, Barnes, Sam. Vol.4, No.2, Oct. 1988, pp. 23-24.

Refugees, Renamo & Reconstruction: An Oxford workshop, Roesch, Otto. Vol.6, No.5, May 1991, pp. 20-22.

The View From Manica, Browne, Lois. Vol.10, No.2, Dec. 1994, pp. 7-9.

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RENAMO

After the Count is Over: Mozambique now.Vol.10, No.4, May 1995, pp. 16-18.

Mozambique: Impasse in the peace process, Davies, Robert. Vol.7, No.2, Nov. 1991, pp. 18-20.

Mozambique: The video, Kuehn, Larry. Vol.3, No.5, May 1988, p. 31.

The People's Peace in Mozambique, Wilson, Ken. Vol.9, No.4, March 1994, pp. 22-24.

Renamo and the Peasantry: A view from Gaza, Roesch, Otto. Vol.6, No.3, Dec. 1990, pp. 21-25.

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RESTRICTED ORGANIZATIONS

Beyond Stalemate, Vol.3, No.5, May 1988, pp. 3-6.

South Africa's Struggle in a New Phase: Challenges for solidarity, Saul, John S. Vol.4, No.5, May 1989, pp. 3-7.

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REVIEWS

Amnesty not Amnesia: Dealing with the past in South Africa [Review], Leys, Colin. Vol.10, No.4, May 1995, pp. 30-33.

Challenging Their World [Review], Guebert, Linda. Vol.2, No.4, Feb. 1987, pp. 27-28.

Coming of Age in Zimbabwe [Review], Luxton, Meg. Vol.4, No.5, May 1989, pp. 30-31.

Courageous Lives [Book Review], Manicom, Linzi. Vol.5, No.5, May 1990, pp. 30-32.

Different Worlds [Review], Read, Daphne. Vol.4, No.5, May 1989, pp. 32-33.

Education Against Apartheid [Review], Freeman, Victoria. Vol.3, No.1, July 1987, pp. 32-33.

Eyuphuro [Review], Vol.5, No.2, Nov. 1989, pp. 26-27.

The Gods Must Be Crazy: But the producers know exactly what they are doing [Review], Lee, Richard B. Vol.1, No.1, June 1985, pp. 19-20.

Hidden Lives, Hidden Deaths [Review], Browne, Lois. Vol.4, No.4, March 1989, p. 29.

In Search of Socialism in Southern Africa [Review], Crush, Jonathan. Vol.6, No.3, Dec. 1990, pp. 32-33.

Marq de Villiers Dreaming [Review], Saul, John S. Vol.3, No.3, pp. 24-25.

Mozambique: A Dream Undone? [Review], Roesch, Otto. Vol.4, No.5, May 1989, pp. 29-30.

No Life of my Own: Chikane's autobiography [Review], Wells, Harold. Vol.5, No.2, Nov. 1989, pp. 30-31.

Operation Timber [Review], Brittain, Victoria. Vol.4, No.3, Dec. 1988, p. 33.

People's History [Review], Mason, Mike. Vol.2, No.2, Oct. 1986, pp. 27-28.

The Rewriting of South African History [Review], Mason, Mike. Vol.1, No.4, Feb. 1986, pp. 25-26.

South Africa as a Neighbour [Review], Barker, Jonathan. Vol.2, No.3, Dec. 1986, pp. 27-28.

A Sport of Nature [Review], Read, Daphne. Vol.3, No.3, Dec. 1987, pp. 23-24.

Sporting Colours [Review], Kidd, Bruce. Vol.10, No.5, July 1995, pp. 27-29.

States of Grace [Review], Galbraith, David. Vol.2, No.3, Dec. 1986, pp. 28-29.

And Still they Dance: Women, war and the struggle for change in Mozambique [Review], Luxton, Meg. Vol.5, No.2, Nov. 1989, pp. 31-33.

Strangers in Their Own Country [Review], Dart, Steven. Vol.2, No.2, Oct. 1986, pp. 26-27.

Ties of Blood [Review], Cohen, Derek. Vol.6, No.2, Nov. 1990, pp. 28-30.

Training for Empowerment [Review], Walters, Shirley. Vol.6, No.3, Dec. 1990, pp. 29-32.

Trapped in Apartheid [Review], Wells, Harold. Vol.5, No.1, July 1989, pp. 30-32.

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SACP

The ANC: Beyond apartheid, Vol.2, No.4, Feb. 1987, pp. 8-11.

Joe Slovo: Ode to a mensch, Manicom, Linzi. Vol.10, No.3, March 1995, pp. 16-19.

The Movement Regroups, Vol.5, No.5, May 1990, pp.8-12.

What's Left of the South African Left?Connell, Dan. Vol.10, No.4, May 1995, pp. 19-25.

Why Are Anti-Stalinists Joining the SACP?, Morris, Mike. Vol.6, No.3, Dec. 1990, pp. 14-17.

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SEXUAL DISCRIMINATION

Courageous Lives [Book Review], Manicom, Linzi. Vol.5, No.5, May 1990, pp. 30-32.

Fighting Sexual Oppression: two-way solidarity, Black, Julia C. Vol.7, No.2, Nov. 1991, pp. 28-30.

The Lives of South African Women, Manicom, Linzi. Vol.1, No.2, Oct. 1986, pp. 12-17.

Significant Differences: Debating gender in South Africa, Hassim, Shireen. Vol.6, No.5, May 1991, pp. 30-32.

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SOCIAL CONDITIONS

Bell Curve, South Africa Style: Rewriting the civics movement (debate), Mayekiso, Mzwanele. Vol.10, No.3, March 1995, pp. 29-33.

Building Civil Society: Moses Mayekiso interviewed, Vol.6, No.1, July 1990, pp. 21-23.

The Fifty Percent Solution: Unemployment and the working class, Vol.4, No.4, March 1989, pp. 9-11.

The Forgotten Fifth: Farm workers in Zimbabwe, Rutherford, Blair. Vol.9, No.4, March 1994, pp. 28-30.

Land Reform in Namibia: Why not?, Tapscott, Chris. Vol.9, No.3, Jan. 1994, pp. 12-15.

The Mines of Mozambique,Cockburn, Bruce. Vol.11, No.1, Nov. 1995, pp. 14-18.

Mozambique: A Dream Undone? [Review], Roesch, Otto. Vol.4, No.5, May 1989, pp. 29-30.

Mozambique and Nicaragua: The politics of survival, Marshall, Judith. Vol.2, No.1, June 1986, pp. 14-20.

Nkomati Revisited?, Hanlon, Joseph. Vol.4, No.5, May 1989, pp. 17-21.

The Politics of the Aftermath: Peasant options in Mozambique, Roesch, Otto. Vol.9, No.3, Dec. 1994, pp. 16-19.

The Rural Challenge: Women and land, Friedman, Michelle. Vol.9, No.3, Jan. 1994, pp. 8-11.

Segregation IS an Issue, James, Wilmot G. Vol.9, No.2, Nov. 1993, pp. 26-28.

South Africa: Elite sport is winning,Booth, Douglas. Vol.11, No.1, Nov. 1995, pp. 27-29.

The SWAPO Sweep,Dobell, Lauren, Vol.10, No.4, May 1995, pp. 5-9.

What's Left of the South African Left?Connell, Dan. Vol.10, No.4, May 1995, pp. 19-25.

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SOCIALISM

The ANC: Beyond apartheid, Vol.2, No.4, Feb. 1987, pp. 8-11.

Building Civil Society: Moses Mayekiso interviewed, Vol.6, No.1, July 1990, pp. 21-23.

Has Socialism Failed? The South African debate, Jordan, Pallo. Vol.7, No.3, Jan. 1992, pp. 11-16.

In Search of Socialism in Southern Africa [Review], Crush, Jonathan. Vol.6, No.3, Dec. 1990, pp. 32-33.

Jumping the Gun? Canada and South Africa, 1991, Freeman, Linda. Vol.7, No.3, Jan. 1992, pp. 3-9.

Lesotho: Of coups and commoners, Eldredge, Elizabeth. Vol.5, No.2, Nov. 1989, pp. 20-22.

The Movement Regroups, Vol.5, No.5, May 1990, pp. 8-12.

Mozambique: A Dream Undone? [Review], Roesch, Otto. Vol.4, No.5, May 1989, pp. 29-30.

Mozambique and Nicaragua: The politics of survival, Marshall, Judith. Vol.2, No.1, June 1986, pp. 14-20.

Mozambique: The failure of socialism?, Saul, John S. Vol.6, No.2, Nov. 1990, pp. 20-24.

Nampula: What's left?, Roesch, Otto. Vol.5, No.2, Nov. 1989, pp. 9-13.

No Easy Transition: Namibia on the eve, Leys, Colin. Vol.5, No.2, Nov. 1989, pp. 16-19.

No Life of my Own: Chikane's autobiography [Review], Wells, Harold. Vol.5, No.2, Nov. 1989, pp. 30-31.

On the Ropes: Socialism and Frelimo's 5th Congress, Marshall, Judith. Vol.5, No.2, Nov. 1989, pp. 4-8.

The Savimbi Shuffle, Brittain, Victoria. Vol.5, No.2, Nov. 1989, pp. 14-15.

Segregation is an Issue, James, Wilmot G. Vol.9, No.2, Nov. 1993, pp. 26-28.

Trapped in Apartheid [Review], Wells, Harold. Vol.5, No.1, July 1989, pp. 30-32.

Treacherous Crossing: Namibian independence debacle, Vol.5, No.1, July 1989, pp. 15-17.

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SPORTS BOYCOTT

Adjusting the Sports Boycott, Kidd, Bruce. Vol.4, No.4, March 1989, pp. 16-20.

Honouring the Sports Boycott, Kidd, Bruce. Vol.8, No.1, July 1992, pp. 24-25.

Isolating Apartheid Sport: An interview with Sam Ramsamy, Kidd, Bruce. Vol.3, No.1, July 1987, pp. 30-32.

Jelinek's End Run, Kidd, Bruce. Vol.2, No.4, Feb. 1987, pp. 25-26.

Not Yet De Klerk: Defending the sports boycott, Kidd, Bruce. Vol.6, No.2, Nov. 1990, pp. 25-27.

South Africa: Elite sport is winning,Booth, Douglas. Vol.11, No.1, Nov. 1995, pp. 27-29.

Sports Boycott Crosses the Finish Line, Kidd, Bruce. Vol.7, No.1, July 1991, pp. 30-31.

The Sports Boycott: This Budd's not for you, Kidd, Bruce. Vol.2, No.1, June 1986, pp. 32-33.

Tackling Tennis, Kidd, Bruce. Vol.3, No.4, Feb. 1988, pp. 26-27.

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STATES OF EMERGENCY

South Africa's Struggle in a New Phase: Challenges for solidarity, Saul, John S. Vol.4, No.5, May 1989, pp. 3-7.

Where is Botha Going?, O'Meara, Dan. Vol.2, No.2, Oct. 1986, pp. 23-25.

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STRIKES

COSATU: The year in retrospect, Vol.4, No.3, Dec. 1988, pp. 16-17.

Namibian Workers: Intensifying the struggle, Vol.2, No.1, June 1986, pp. 22-24.

No Such Thing as a Liberal Bourgeois: The South African miner's strike, Martin, Bill. Vol.3, No.2, Oct. 1987, pp. 24-25.

Resisting Adjustment in Mozambique: The grassroots speaks up, Marshall, Judith. Vol.7, No.1, July 1991, pp. 3-8.

Set-back in South Africa: Rethinking the strategy of struggle, Vol.3, No.3, Dec. 1987, pp. 9-12.

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STRUCTURAL ADJUSTMENT

Angola Quagmire: What way out?, Luce, Frank. Vol.6, No.5, May 1991, pp. 4-9.

Deeper in Debt: What are our alternatives?, Loxley, John. Vol.7, No.1, July 1991, pp. 10-15.

Old Recipes, New Rhetoric: Structural adjustment in 1990, Bienefeld, Manfred. Vol.6, No.2, Nov. 1990, pp. 9-13.

The Politics of the Aftermath: Peasant options in Mozambique, Roesch, Otto. Vol.9, No.3, Jan. 1994, pp. 16-19.

Resisting Adjustment in Mozambique: The grassroots speaks up, Marshall, Judith. Vol.7, No.1, July 1991, pp. 3-8.

Selling Structural Adjustment in South Africa, Bond, Patrick. Vol.7, No.1, July 1991, pp. 18-21.

Structural Adjustment for Africa: Canada jumps on the bandwagon, Neal, Christopher. Vol.7, No.2, Nov. 1991, pp. 26-27, 33.

Time for Small Victories: Discussing solidarity in Harare, Vol.7, No.4, March 1992, pp. 9-12.

What We Need is Mass Action: Zimbabwean trade unionist interviewed, Vol.7, No.1, July 1991, pp. 16-17.

Zimbabwe Land Reform: What's going on?, Stiles, Marit. Vol.10, No.1, July, 1994, pp. 48-51.

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STUDENT MOVEMENTS

Dalhousie Divests, Keen, Paul. Vol.1, No.4, Feb. 1986, pp. 15, 28.

Divestment at the University of Windsor, Adam, Barry D. Vol.2, No.2, Oct. 1986, p. 19.

Divestment at York University, Stevenson, Michael. Vol.2, No.2, Oct. 1986, pp. 19-21.

Divestment at York University: The student-trade union alliance, Desfor, Gene. Vol.1, No.4, Feb. 1986, pp. 14-15.

Education Against Apartheid [Review], Freeman, Victoria. Vol.3, No.1, July 1987, pp. 32-33.

Election Protest at Wits: Black gowns fail to halt white on white violence, Vol.3, No.1, July 1987, pp. 26-27.

Schooled in Struggle, Vol.3, No.1, July 1987, pp. 3-8, 15.

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SWAPO

The Costs of Procrastination: Canada's policy towards Namibia, 1966-1987, Pratt, Renate. Vol.3, No.2, Oct. 1987, pp. 9-12.

Dirty War in Namibia, Vol.1, No.1, June 1985, pp. 12-13.

Murder is Our Business: South Africa's hit men in Namibia, Evenson, John. Vol.3, No.2, Oct. 1987, pp. 7-8.

Namibia: Five months after, Leys, Colin. Vol.6, No.2, Nov. 1990, pp. 16-19.

Why Namibia? SWAPO, the Commonwealth and "the west", Wood, Brian. Vol.3, No.2, Oct. 1987, pp. 3-6, 18.

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TOWNSHIPS

Face to Face With the "New" South Africa, Boyd, Rosalind. Vol.7, No.1, July 1991, pp. 26-29.

Negotiations: Dress rehearsals in the townships, Vol.5, No.5, May 1990, pp. 13-15.

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TRADE UNIONS

The Battle for Trade Unions in Namibia, Wood, Brian. Vol.2, No.5, April 1987, pp. 21-23.

Broadening the Agenda: COSATU resolution on women, Vol.2, No.1, June 1986, pp. 9-13.

Building Popular Alliances: The new politics in Zimbabwe, Vol.8, No.2, Nov. 1992, pp. 25-29.

COSATU: The year in retrospect, Vol.4, No.3, Dec. 1988, pp. 16-17.

De Klerk: On the defensive?, Vol.5, No.5, May 1990, pp. 4-7.

Deconstructing "Civil Society", Singh, Mala. Vol.6, No.3, Dec. 1990, pp. 26-28.

Defining a Role: Trade unions in Namibia, Bauer, Gretchen. Vol.8, No.5, May 1993, pp. 8-11.

Divestment at York University: The student-trade union alliance, Desfor, Gene. Vol.1, No.4, Feb. 1986, pp. 14-15.

Mozambique: What is to be done?, O'Laughlin, Bridget. Vol.7, No.4, March 1992, pp. 32-33.

"Mutually Searching": Trade union strategies, South Africa and Canada, Vol.8, No.5, May 1993, pp. 3-7.

Namibian Workers: Intensifying the struggle, Vol.2, No.1, June 1986, pp. 22-24.

The New Terms of Solidarity: Lessons from Latin America, Jeffcott, Bob. Vol.8, No.3-4, Jan. 1993, pp. 14-18.

NUMSA Urges Democratic Restructuring, Vol.5, No.1, July 1989, pp. 20-21.

Quebec and Southern Africa: Still crazy after all these years, Thede, Nancy. Vol.4, No.5, May 1989, pp. 11-13, 33.

The Real Inkatha, Green, Pippa. Vol.2, No.4, Feb. 1987, pp. 16-19.

Set-back in South Africa: Rethinking the strategy of struggle, Vol.3, No.3, Dec. 1987, pp. 9-12.

South African Trade Unions: The Canadian connection, Vol.2, No.1, June 1986, pp. 3-9.

South African Women Organizing, Vol.1, No.4, Feb. 1986, pp. 2-10.

Starting Over: Rebuilding the workers' movement in Mozambique, Paavo, Adriane. Vol.8, No.5, May 1993, pp. 12-15.

The State of Apartheid: Assessing the sanctions at year one, Fleshman, Mike; Cason, Jim. Vol.3, No.3, Dec. 1987, pp. 19-22.

Strategic Unionism: The debate, Von Holdt, Karl. Vol.8, No.3-4, Jan. 1993, pp. 36-40.

Taking Control of Culture: Plays of working life in the union movement, Vol.4, No.1, July 1988, pp. 16-17.

Trade Union Strategies: The debate continues, Joffe, Avril; Gindin, Sam. Vol.9, No.3, Jan. 1994, pp. 26-28.

The U.S. Scene: Shell pickets and Savimbi visit, Cason, James; Fleshman, Michael. Vol.1, No.4, Feb. 1986, pp. 19-20.

U.S. Unions and Apartheid: Good news/bad news, Cason, Jim; Fleshman, Michael. Vol.2, No.1, June 1986, pp. 28-29, 31.

War and Peace on the Natal Front, Vol.5, No.1, July 1989, p. 21.

What's Left of the South African Left?Connell, Dan. Vol.10, No.4, May 1995, pp. 19-25.

What's Right with Mulroney? Canada and sanctions, 1986, Freeman, Linda. Vol.2, No.2, Oct. 1986, pp. 3-8.

Why Are Anti-Stalinists Joining the SACP?, Morris, Mike. Vol.6, No.3, Dec. 1990, pp. 14-17.

Women Organizing Against Detention, Gurr, Jane. Vol.5, No.1, July 1989, pp. 22-23.

Worker to Worker: A Canadian unionist in South Africa, Leblanc, Gerry. Vol.8, No.5, May 1993, pp. 18-19.

Workers' Unity: NACTU out of step, Vol.4, No.5, May 1989, pp. 14-16.

Zimbabwe: Economic crisis and the politics of venality, Vol.5, No.3, Dec. 1989, pp. 26-29.

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TRANSNATIONAL CORPORATIONS

Coke Adds Artificial Sweetener: Buying into the black opposition, Cason, James; Fleshman, Michael. Vol.1, No.5, April 1986, pp. 20-21.

Constructive Disinvestment or Deceptive Engagement?, Cason, Jim; Fleshman, Mike. Vol.2, No.3, Dec. 1986, pp. 21-23.

Hustling Bantustan Bucks, Hirsch, Alan. Vol.3, No.1, July 1987, pp. 21-24.

Keeping up With the Joneses: Canada and South Africa, 1985, Freeman, Linda. Vol.1, No.2, Oct. 1985, pp. 4-8.

The New Rules of the Game: Canada and South Africa 1993, Freeman, Linda. Vol.9, No.4, March 1994, pp. 3-8.

Rescuing Credibility? Canadian policy towards South Africa, 1988, Freeman, Linda. Vol.4,No.3, Dec.1988, pp.3-8

Sneaking Around Sanctions, Daniel, John. Vol.4, No.5, May 1989, pp. 22-23.

What's Right with Mulroney? Canada and Sanctions, 1986, Freeman, Linda. Vol.2, No.2, Oct. 1986, pp. 3-8.

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UNEMPLOYMENT

The Fifty Percent Solution: Unemployment and the working class, Vol.4, No.4, March 1989, pp. 9-11.

Post-apartheid Southern Africa: How rosy a dawn?, Stoneman, Colin. Vol.10, No.1, July 1994, pp. 44-47.

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UNITA

Getting Away With It: Who's backing Savimbi?, Brittain, Victoria. Vol.9, No.4, March 1994, pp. 18-21.

Nicaragua Revisited? Peace & democracy in Angola, Dos Santos, Daniel; Luce, Frank. Vol.6,No.1, Jul 1990, pp.24-28.

Target Angola: The U.S.- South Africa conspiracy, Brittain, Victoria. Vol.3, No.2, Oct. 1987, pp. 13-15.

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URANIUM INDUSTRY

The Costs of Procrastination: Canada's policy towards Namibia, 1966-1987, Pratt, Renate. Vol.3, No.2, Oct. 1987, pp. 9-12.

Direct Action in Montreal, Ciampi, Maria. Vol.2, No.2, Oct. 1986, pp. 21-22.

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VIOLENCE

Congress of the People - Canadian Style, Vol.2, No.5, April 1987, pp. 28-29.

Congressional Action: How important?, Fleshman, Mike; Cason, Jim. Vol.2, No.2, Oct. 1986, pp. 12-14.

Election Protest at Wits: Black gowns fail to halt white on white violence, Vol.3, No.1, July 1987, pp. 26-27.

Face to Face With the "New" South Africa, Boyd, Rosalind. Vol.7, No.1, July 1991, pp. 26-29.

The High Costs of Stalemate: Dan O'Meara on South Africa, Vol.6, No.5, May 1991, pp. 10-13.

The Impossibility of Non-violence: A conversation with Rev. Frank Chikane (Part Two), Vol.2, No.5, April 1987, pp. 9-12.

The Killing Fields: Who is Gatsha Buthelezi and why is he killing people?, Vol.6, No.2, Nov. 1990, pp. 14-16.

Mozambique: Impasse in the peace process, Davies, Robert. Vol.7, No.2, Nov. 1991, pp. 18-20.

Mozambique's Beleaguered Children: Legacy of a war, Richman, Naomi. Vol.6, No.5, May 1991, pp. 14-16.

The Question of Violence, Vol.2, No.5, April 1987, pp. 3-8.

The Real Inkatha, Green, Pippa. Vol.2, No.4, Feb. 1987, pp. 16-19.

The Sad Saga of KwaZulu-Natal, Maré, Gerhard. Vol.10, No.5, July 1995, pp. 11-14.

Set-back in South Africa: Rethinking the strategy of struggle, Vol.3, No.3, Dec. 1987, pp. 9-12.

Staying Alive: Angola on the ropes, Pottie, David. Vol.9, No.2, Nov. 1993, pp. 24-25.

Tambo, Not Rambo: The ANC president in Toronto, Vol.3, No.2, Oct. 1987, pp. 19-22.

Trapped by Past Gestures: Canada and South Africa 1992, Freeman, Linda. Vol.8, No.3-4, Jan. 1993, pp. 3-8.

War and Gender, Workman, Thom. Vol.9, No.2, Nov. 1993, pp. 32-33.

Why the ANC?, Vol.2, No.4, Feb. 1987, pp. 4-7.

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VOTER REGISTRATION

Nampula Diary, Vol.10, No.2, Dec. 1994, pp. 10-12

The View from Manica, Browne, Lois. Vol.10, No.2, December 1994, pp. 7-9.

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WEALTH REDISTRIBUTION

Land in Namibia: Rhetoric, reform or revolution?, Brown, Susan. Vol.7, No.2, Nov. 1991, pp. 7-10.

Namibia: A class act?, Tapscott, Chris. Vol.7, No.2, Nov. 1991, pp. 3-6.

We Will Restructure: Debating the post-apartheid economy, Vol.6, No.2, Nov. 1990, pp. 3-8.

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WOMEN

And Still They Dance: Women, war and the struggle for change in Mozambique [Review], Luxton, Meg. Vol.5, No.2, Nov. 1989, pp. 31-33.

Another Angola? Politics and peace in Mozambique, Vol.9, No.1, July 1993, pp. 10-13.

Botswana: miracle... or mirage?, Vol.7, No.4, March 1992, pp. 20-25.

Chartering Women's Future, Meintjes, Sheila. Vol.9, No.2, Nov. 1993, pp. 9-12.

Courageous Lives [Book Review], Manicom, Linzi. Vol.5, No.5, May 1990, pp. 30-32.

Direct Action in Montreal, Ciampi, Maria. Vol.2, No.2, Oct. 1986, pp. 21-22.

Gender Field Workers: A Toronto visit, Clarke, Marlea. Vol.10, No.5, July 1995, pp. 20-22.

The High Costs of Obstinacy: Banda hangs on, Woods, Tony. Vol.8, No.2, Nov. 1992, pp. 17-21.

Let Us Build Each Other Up, Couse, Beverly. Vol.1, No.4, Feb. 1986, pp. 11-12.

The Lives of South African Women, Manicom, Linzi. Vol.1, No.2, Oct. 1986, pp. 12-17.

Not Behind Bars, Vol.3, No.5, May 1988, pp. 28-30.

The Politics of the Aftermath: Peasant options in Mozambique, Roesch, Otto. Vol.9,No.3, Dec.1994, pp.16-19.

The Rural Challenge: Women and land, Friedman, Michelle. Vol.9, No.3, Jan. 1994, pp. 8-11.

South African Women Organizing, Vol.1, No.4, Feb. 1986, pp. 2-10.

War and Gender, Workman, Thom. Vol.9, No.2, Nov. 1993, pp. 32-33.

War and Peace on the Natal Front, Vol.5, No.1, July 1989, p. 21.

We Symbolize Toughness: MATCH supports Zimbabwean women, Galey, Sherry. Vol.1, No.5, April 1986, pp. 26-27.

What's Left of the South African Left?Connell, Dan. Vol.10, No.4, May 1995, pp. 19-25.

Women in the Bata-stan, Bazilli, Susan. Vol.1, No.4, Feb. 1986, pp. 12-13, 28.

Women Organizing Against Detention, Gurr, Jane. Vol.5, No.1, July 1989, pp. 22-23.

Women's Writing: What's new in South Africa, Clayton, Cherry. Vol.9, No.1, July 1993, pp. 30-33.

Women, Solidarity and Southern Africa: Report of the national workshop, Vol.4, No.1, July 1988, pp. 29-30.

Zimbabwe: Economic crisis and the politics of venality, Vol.5, No.3, Dec. 1989, pp. 26-29.

Bata-stan, Bazilli, Susan. Vol.1, No.4, Feb. 1986, pp. 12-13, 28.

Women Organizing Against Detention, Gurr, Jane. Vol.5, No.1, July 1989, pp. 22-23.

Women's Writing: What's new in South Africa, Clayton, Cherry. Vol.9, No.1, July 1993, pp. 30-33.

Women, Solidarity and Southern Africa: Report of the national workshop, Vol.4, No.1, July 1988, pp. 29-30.

Zimbabwe: Economic crisis and the politics of venality, Vol.5, No.3, Dec. 1989, pp. 26-29.

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