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All the contents pages for the last years of the magazine. Click on the article title to call up the article.

vol 8 to vol 15

Cumulative linked contents, Vol 8 No 1 to Vol 15 No 4 (1992 to 2000)
Southern Africa Report


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Southern Africa Report
Contents - Vol 8 No 1
July 1992
"Drought & Democracy"

Editorial: Drought & Democracy - 1

The Politics of Drought: Southern Africa Fights Back - 3
by Carol Thompson

Democracy vs. Economic Liberalization The Zambian Dilemma - 6
by Marcia Burdette

Malawi: Revolution Without Leadership? - 12
by Melvin E. Page

Race, Class & Land in Zimbabwe - 15
by Kimberly Ludwig

At War with the Future?
Black South African Youth in the 1990s - 18
by Colin Bundy

End Game The ANC's Victor Moche Interviewed - 22

Honouring the Sports Boycott - 24
by Bruce Kidd

Mozambique Revisited - 26
by Judith Marshall and Brad Lester

Reviews:
Striking Back: An Insider's View of COSATU - 31
a review by David Pottie

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Southern Africa Report
Contents - Vol 8 No 2
November 1992
"DeKlerk's Agenda:
Derailing Democracy"

Editorial: The Centre Cannot Hold - 1

South Africa:
Mass Action: South Africa's Second Referendum - 4
by John S Saul

South Africa:
Political Violence and the "Third Force" - 8
by Paulus Zulu

South Africa:
The Rise of Strategic Unionism - 13
by Karl von Holdt

The High Costs of Obstinacy: Banda Hangs On - 17
by Tony Woods

"Thieves or Murderers"
Background to the Angolan Elections - 22

Building Popular Alliances: The New Politics in Zimbabwe - 25

Dishonourable Degree - 29
by John Daniel

Letters:
Down with "Bleak Despair" - 31
by Paul Fauvet

Letters:
Your Vision or Mine? - 33
by Don Scott

Letters:
... from Jamaica - 33
by Horace Levy

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Southern Africa Report
Contents - Vol 8 No 3-4
January-February 1993
"South Africa 1993"

Editorial: Twenty Years - 1

Trapped in Past Gestures:
Canada & South Africa 1992 - 3
by Linda Freeman

TCL'd Pink: 20 Years of Solidarity - 9
by Richard Swift

The New Terms of Solidarity:
Lessons from Latin America - 14
by Bob Jeffcott

Spectres from the Camps:
The ANC's Commission of Enquiry - 19
by Tom Lodge

The Paradox of Poverty:
The Politics of Compromise in the Eastern Cape - 22
by Janet Cherry

20 Years Remembered: A Photo Essay - 27

Playing His Last Card? Buthelezi's Regional Option - 31
by Gerhard Maré

Strategic Unionism: The Debate - 36
by Karl von Holdt

When Democracy is Not Enough:
Denying Angola's Electoral Result - 41
by Victoria Brittain

Inside Apartheid: Memories of a Tanzanian Visitor - 47
by Mohamed Halfani

Waiting for Clinton - 51
by Anne Griffin

It's Not Easy Being Green:
Environmental Politics in South Africa - 54
by David McDonald

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Southern Africa Report
Contents - Vol 8 No 5
1 May 1993
"Unions: The May Day Issue"

Editorial: Solidarity Forever? - 1

"Mutually Searching" Trade Union Strategies, South Africa and Canada - 3

Defining a Role: Trade Unions in Namibia - 8
by Gretchen Bauer

Starting Over: Rebuilding the Workers' Movement in Mozambique - 12
by Adriane Paavo

Bearing the Brunt: Labour and Structural Adjustment in Zimbabwe - 16
by Lloyd Sachikonye

Worker to Worker: A Canadian Unionist in South Africa - 18
by Gerry LeBlanc

A Constituency for Southern Africa? The State of the U.S. Movement - 20
by Jim Cason and Bill Martin

AIDS in South Africa: The Democratic Movement Responds - 25
by Judith Head

CIDA Pulls the Plug - 28
by Judith Marshall

No Level Playing Field: Bruce Kidd in South Africa - 31
by Bruce Kidd

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Southern Africa Report
Contents - Vol 9 No 1
July 1993
"A Different Global Agenda: New South/North Initiatives"

Editorial: Of Links . . . and Liberation - 1

War and Peace and War: A Wrecker's Role: Unita and Its Friends - 3
by Victoria Brittain

War and Peace and War: Angola: War Without End - 7
by Pierre Beaudet

War and Peace and War: Another Angola? Politics and Peace in Mozambique - 10

Setting an Agenda: South-South-North II - 14

Workers of the World Debate: A South Africa/Canada Workshop - 18

Hamba Kali Chris Hani, 1942-1993 - 22
obituary by Nthoana and Mbulelo Mzamane

A Tale of Two Homelands - 25
by Janet Cherry and Leslie Bank

Women's Writing: What's New in South Africa - 30
by Cherry Clayton

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Southern Africa Report
Contents - Vol 9 No 2
November 1993
"South Africa: Preparing for Power"

Editorial: Of Polls and Power - 1

Amandla Ngwethu: The ANC and the Elections - 3
by Hein Marais and Chris Vick

History: The National Party's Albatross - 7
by Hein Marais

Chartering Women's Future - 9
by Sheila Meintjes

"Preparing Ourselves for Power" Albie Sachs in Toronto - 13

Malawi After the Referendum - 20
by Gerard L Kamanga

Staying Alive: Angola on the Ropes - 24
by David Pottie

Segregation IS an Issue - 26
by Wilmot G James

The Sanctions End Game - 28
by Don Ray

Reviews:
Brothers Born of Warrior Blood: Ethnicity and Politics in South Africa - 30
review by Marit Stiles

War and Gender - 32
review by Thom Workman

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Southern Africa Report
Contents - Vol 9 No 3
January 1994
"Peasants and Politics"

Editorial: Peasants and Politics - 1

The Rural Challenge: The ANC and the Countryside - 3
by Henry Bernstein

The Rural Challenge: Women and Land - 8
by Michelle Friedman

Land Reform in Namibia: Why Not? - 12
by Chris Tapscott

The Politics of the Aftermath: Peasant Options in Mozambique - 16
by Otto Roesch

Banking on Hunger: Food Security in Zimbabwe - 20
by Colin Stoneman and Carol Thompson

Angolan Democracy: The International Betrayal - 23
by Victoria Brittain

Trade Union Strategies: The Debate Continues - 26
letters by Avril Joffe and Sam Gindin

Counterpoint - 29
by Marit Stiles

Review: The Literate Factory: A Mozambican Case Study - 31
review by Jonathan Barker

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Southern Africa Report
Contents - Vol 9 No 4
March 1994
"New Rules of the Game: Canada and South Africa"

Editorial: Who's Celebrating? - 1

The New Rules of the Game: Canada and South Africa 1993 - 3
by Linda Freeman

Keeping Pace: Solidarity Work and the New Globalism - 9
by Judith Marshall

Elections and After: Oxfam in South Africa - 14
by Meyer Brownstone

Abdul Shariff - 17

Getting Away with It: Who's Backing Savimbi? - 18
by Victoria Brittain

The People's Peace in Mozambique - 22
by Ken Wilson

"We Want Change" Cleaning House in Malawi - 25
by Wiseman Chijere Chirwa

The Forgotten Fifth: Farm Workers in Zimbabwe - 28
by Blair Rutherford

It's Not Easy Being Brown: ANC Environmental Policies - 31
by David McDonald

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Southern Africa Report
Contents - Vol 9 No 5 / Vol 10 No 1
July 1994
"South Africa: What Next?"
a double issue incorporating
WIP 97

Editorial: Election Fever - 1

`Still No Easy Walk' - 3
by Hein Marais

How the West Was Won: The Coloured Vote in the Western Cape - 10
by David McDonald

Observing the Natal Election: An Empangeni Journal - 14
by Linda Slavin

Observing the Natal Election: The Natal Exception - 17
by Marlea Clarke

"Now for the Hard Part" - 18
by John S Saul

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WIP Supplement

WIP Editorial: WIP: R.I.P. - 20
WIP Editorial: What's Next?: The RDP and After - 21

Cosatu Approaches a Crossroads - 21
by Enoch Godongwana

Can the RDP Survive the IMF? - 25
by Vishnu Padayachee

South Africa: Another Ghana? - 29
by Adebayo Olukoshi

Tasks the Government Can't Duck:
Women: by Mavivi Manzini - 31
Land: by Sue Wixley and Brendan Pearce - 32
Environment: by David Fig - 34

The RDP: Two Reviews
Half Full? . . . : by Bill Freund - 36
. . . Or Half Empty?: by John S Saul - 37

The Renegade Slovo - 41
by Ighsaan Schroeder

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Post-apartheid Southern Africa How Rosy a Dawn? - 44
by Colin Stoneman

Zimbabwe Land Reform What's Goin' On? - 48
by Marit Stiles

Otto Roesch 1951 - 1994 - 52

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Southern Africa Report
Contents - Vol 10, No 2
December 1994
"Mozambique: The 'Peace Election'"

Editorial: Two Cheers for Democracy - 1

Mozambique: The "Peace Election" - 3
by John S Saul

The View from Manica - 7
by Lois Browne

Nampula Diary - 10
by Stephen Allen

Angonia: Why Renamo - 13
by Olaf Tataryn Juergensen

Elections in Malawi: The Perils of Regionalism - 17
by Wiseman Chijere Chirwa

Royal Watching in Buthelezi Country - 21
by Gerhard Maré

The Killing Machine - 25
by Alex Vines

The New Terms of Solidarity: A South African View - 28
by Mzwanele Mayekiso

Review: In Darkest Hollywood - 32
review by David Pottie

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Southern Africa Report
Contents - Vol 10, No 3
March 1995
"ANC Policies: Up to the Challenge?"

Editorial: Policy and Power - 1

Under the Microscope: The ANC in Power - 3
by Patrick Bond

Spelling Out the Policies:
I. The Housing Question - 8
by Barry Pinsky

Spelling Out the Policies:
II. Whose Health? - 11
by Yogan Pillay

Savimbi . . . Again - 14
by Victoria Brittain

Joe Slovo: I. Ode to a Mensch - 16
by Linzi Manicom

Joe Slovo: II. Words and Deeds - 19
by John S Saul

Civics in Zimbabwe: Are They Making a Difference? - 21
by Richard Saunders

AIDS, Education, Theatre: A Zimbabwe Experience - 26
by David Pottie

Bell Curve, South Africa Style:
Rewriting the Civics Movement - 29
by Mzwanele Mayekiso

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Southern Africa Report
Contents - Vol 10 No 4
May 1995
"Regional Roundup: Elections are not Enough"

Editorial: Elections Are Not Enough - 1

A Hollow Shell: Democracy in Zimbabwe - 3
by Richard Saunders

The SWAPO Sweep - 5
by Lauren Dobell

Troubled Monarchy, Troubled Country:
What Future for Lesotho? - 10
by Larry Swatuk

Troubled Monarchy, Troubled Country:
Swaziland - 14
by Larry Swatuk

After the Count is Over: Mozambique Now - 16
by a special correspondent

What's Left of the South African Left - 19
by Dan Connell

Canada and Southern Africa: The Liberal Aid Massacre of 1995 - 26
by our Ottawa Bureau chief

Review: Amnesty not Amnesia:
Dealing with the Past in South Africa - 30
review by Colin Leys

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Southern Africa Report
Contents - Vol 10 No 5
July 1995
"South Africa: Charting a Foreign Policy"

Editorial: Ten Years Young - 1

Regional Security: The 'New Security' in Southern Africa - 3
by Roger Southall

Prisoner of the Past? The New South Africa Abroad - 7
by Peter Vale

The Sad Saga of KwaZulu-Natal - 11
by Gerhard Maré

Donor Dollars and Mozambique's NGOs - 15
by Alexander Costy

Gender Field Workers: A Toronto Visit - 20
by Marlea Clarke

Undermining the RDP: A reply to Barry Pinsky - 23
by Patrick Bond

Review: Sporting Colours - 27
review by Bruce Kidd

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Southern Africa Report
Contents - Vol 11 No 1
November 1995
"Southern Africa: The North American Front"

Editorial: Freeman, Cockburn and Co. - 1

Canada and South Africa: Less of the Same - 3
by Linda Freeman

The U.S. Front: Newt-ering the Solidarity Movement - 8
by Jim Cason

Canadian Solidarity: After Anti-Apartheid - 10
by Sue Sutton

Timeless Bombs: The Mines of Mozambique - 14
by Bruce Cockburn

The Southern Africa Minefield - 19
by Alex Vines

Decentralization in South Africa: How Democratic? - 23
by David McDonald

South Africa: Elite Sport is Winning - 27
by Douglas Booth

More on Mozambique Now: 1. Not the Whole Story - 30
by Ken Wilson

More on Mozambique Now: 2. Holes in the Story - 32
by Paul Fauvet

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Southern Africa Report
Contents - Vol 11 No 2
January 1996
"Southern Africa's Tragedy?"

Editorial: Southern Africa's Tragedy? - 1

Angola: It's Not Over - 3
by Victoria Brittain

Zimbabwe: ESAP's Fables - 8
by Richard Saunders

Twenty Years After: Recolonization in Mozambique - 12
by John S Saul

South Africa: The Local Elections
I. The Big Picture - 18
by Hein Marais

South Africa: The Local Elections
II. . . . but Not in KZN - 21
by David Pottie

South African Foreign Policy: What's the Problem? - 25
by Dan O'Meara

Reviewing Mandela's Autobiography
I. Michael Valpy: * (one star) - 29
II. David Cooke: **** (four stars) - 31

Letters to the Editor - 33

Ken Saro-Wiwa's closing statement to Nigerian tribunal - back cover

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Southern Africa Report
Contents - Vol 11 No 3
April 1996
"Globalization: The Trade Union Response"

Editorial: Whose Globalization? - 1

COSATU: Old Alliances, New Strategies - 3
by Eddie Webster

COSATU and Corporatism: A Response to Eddie Webster - 6
by Leo Panitch

"Globalizing" from Below: The Trade Union Connection - 9
by Judith Marshall

Trade Unions and Politics: What Next in Namibia - 13
by Gretchen Bauer

The World, Society and the Individual - 17
by Colin Leys

Democratizing Heritage: The South African Challenge - 22
by Shelley Butler

Zambia and the Media: a letter - 25
letter by Methaetsile Leepile

Failure in the Townships? The Development Bottleneck - 26
by Greg Ruiters and Patrick Bond

"In Search of Hope": Zimbabwe's Farmworkers - 31
by Blair Rutherford

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Southern Africa Report
Contents - Vol 11 No 4
July 1996
"Why is this man snarling?
Robert Mugabe and the Souring of Zimbabwe"

Editorial: Lean and Mean - 1

Fighting for Control: The Indigenization Debate in Zimbabwe - 3
by Brian Raftopoulos

ESAP's Fables II - 8
by Richard Saunders

Gay Bashing in Zimbabwe:
I - Mugabe's Unholy War - 13
by Iden Wetherell

Gay Bashing in Zimbabwe:
II - Outing the Gay Debate - 14
by Marc Epprecht

Who Governs? NGOs in Rural Mozambique - 17
by Alexander Costy

Liberalizing AIDS in Africa: The World Bank Role - 21
by Colleen O'Manique

Confronting the ANC's Thatcherism - 25
by Patrick Bond

Namibia's Wall of Silence - 30
by Lauren Dobell

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Southern Africa Report
Contents - Vol 12 No 1
November 1996
"AIDS, Arms, Migrant Labour:
Can the region respond?"

Editorial: Thirty Something - 1

A Bad Neighbour Policy? Migrant Labour and the New South Africa - 3
by Jonathan Crush

Of Arms and Islands: The Botswana Namibia Cold War - 6
by Alex Vines

AIDS: Conspiracy of Silence - 8
by Richard B Lee

Cap in Hand? South Africa and the European Union - 12
by Dot Keet

South Africa: The Women's Budget - 16
by Debbie Budlender

The South African Transition: More Trouble than it Looks - 20
by Martin J Murray

Botswana: Diamonds Aren't Forever - 23
by Happy Siphambe

Chiefs, Companies and Cotton: Observations from Rural Nampula - 26
by M Anne Pitcher

Promise/Practice: Reviewing Township Politics - 31
a review by David Pottie

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Southern Africa Report
Contents - Vol 12 No 2
February 1997
"Cargo Cult:
Waiting for Foreign Investment in Southern Africa"

Editorial: Cargo Cult - 1

Exporting Apartheid: Mozambique and Beyond - 3
by Michel Chossudovsky

Paradise Lost? A Blueprint for Niassa - 8
by Olaf Tataryn Juergensen and Hartmut Pereira Krugman

The Forgotten Soldiers: Women in Zimbabwe's Liberation War - 12
by Tanya Lyons

Fighting Neo-Liberalism: The South African Front - 14
by Patrick Bond

Undermining Standards: The ANC's New Employment Strategy - 21
by Ighsaan Schroeder and Marlea Clarke

Gay Rights (cont'd) I. Zimbabwe - 25
by Marc Epprecht

Gay Rights (cont'd) II. Namibia - 26
by Absalom Shigwedha

Not Much of an Election: Zambia 1996 - 27
by Jim Kirkwood

Review: Stealing the Peace Dividend - 30
review by Carolyn Bassett

AIDS in Southern Africa -- an exchange - 32

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Southern Africa Report
Contents - Vol 12 No 3
June 1997
"Democracy: Strong or Thin"

Editorial: Democracy, Strong or Thin - 1

The Autocratic Temptation: Politics in Namibia Now - 3
by Chris Tapscott

Swaziland: I. Of Trade Unions and Transformation - 7
by Jacqui Salmond

Swaziland: II. Of Kings and Compromises - 9
by Michael Stephen

The Press and Popular Organizations In Zimbabwe: A Frayed Alliance - 13
by Richard Saunders

The State of NGOs in Zimbabwe: Honeymoon Over? - 17
by Sara Rich

The Matabeleland Report: A Lot to Hide - 21
by Iden Wetherell

Banning Landmines: A Conference Report - 23
by Valerie Warmington

Neo-Liberalizing Skills: A Critique of the South African Green Paper - 26
by Melanie Samson

Rallying the Region: SA/EU Negotiations Continue - 30
by Dot Keet and the SAR editorial working group

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Southern Africa Report
Contents - Vol 12 No 4
September 1997
"Neo-Liberalism and All its Works"

Editorial: Of Crime . . . and Neo-liberalism - 1

Private Gain, Public Loss? Service Delivery in the New S.A. - 3
by Sandra van Niekerk

Giving South Africans the GEARs: The '97 Budget - 7
by Oupa Lehulere

Regional Mirage: Southern Africa and the EPZ - 11
by Herbert Jauch

The Menace of the Market: Land and Labour in Southern Africa - 16
by Steve Greenberg and Samuel Bonti-Ankomah

Debating Globalization: Critique of Colin Leys - 20
by Jonathan Barker

Going it Alone: Opposition Politics in Zimbabwe - 24
by Sara Rich

Reviews:
Family Matters - 27
a review by David Galbraith

Whites Only - 30
a review by Carolyn Bassett
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Southern Africa Report
Contents - Vol 13 No 1
November 1997
"South Africa Now: Cosatu, Thabo Mbeki and the ANC Conference"

Editorial: Cheque Up - 1

Besieged in Mafeking: The ANC Congress - 3
by Tom Lodge

The Mbeki Enigma - 6
by Hein Marais

Which Way Labour? Cosatu's 6th Congress - 12
by Eddie Webster and Glenn Adler

Testament for the First Accused:
Nelson Mandela for the Twenty-Seven Years - 16
A poem by Avena Busia

Striking Back: Worker Militancy in Zimbabwe - 18
by Richard Saunders

Struggle Against Silence: Reclaiming History in Namibia - 22
by Lauren Dobell

Success Story? Bretton Woods Backlash in Mozambique - 26
by Joseph Hanlon

Crossed Purposes: Migrant Attitudes in Southern Africa - 30
by David McDonald

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Southern Africa Report
Contents - Vol 13 No 2
March 1998
"The ANC's 50th Conference: What Power to the People?"

Editorial: Of Spectres and Harangues - 1

The ANC's 50th Conference: A House of Many Mansions: - 3
by Tom Lodge

The ANC's 50th Conference: Power to Whom? - 10
by Dale T McKinley

The ANC's 50th Conference: Exiles and Homecomings - 12
by Oupa Lehulere

Mugabe under Siege: Ending the Plunder? - 16
by Iden Wetherell

Mugabe under Siege: Behind the Protests - 19
by Patrick Bond

Mozambique: Soldiers of Misfortune - 22
by Carol Thompson

The Big Bungle: Teacher Redeployment in South Africa - 26
by David Chudnovsky

Wit's Going On? Revising the Makgoba Affair - 30
by Eddie Webster

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Southern Africa Report
Contents - Vol 13 No 3
May 1998
"Dollar Diplomacy"

Editorial: Dollar Diplomacy - 1

Southern Africa: A New Congo in a New Region? - 3
by Carole J L Collins

Clinton in South Africa: Another Scramble for Africa - 8
by Hein Marais

Botswana: What Clinton Didn't See - 11
by Larry Swatuk

Angola Quicksand - 15
by Colin Darch

Royals and Rurals: Impasse in Swaziland - 19
by our Swaziland Correspondent

FYI: The Struggle Continues:
South Africa Confronts Globalization
Report on a Conference to Build Civil Society
- 23

Still Invisible: San and Khoi in the New S.A. - 26
by Nigel Crawhall

Gay and Lesbian Rights: Forcing Change in S.A. - 31
by Mazibuko Jara

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Southern Africa Report
Contents - Vol 13 No 4
August 1998
"The Winnie Factor"

Editorial: Mbeki's Blues - 1

Urban Betrayal: The ANC in the Townships - 4
by Patrick Bond and Mzwanele Mayekiso

The Truth Shall Make You Free: Reflections on the TRC - 9
by Steven Robins

Winnie Madikizela Mandela: Tragic Figure? Populist Tribune? Township Tough? - 14
by Sheila Meintjes

All Wet: The World Bank and the Lesotho Dam - 21
by Lori Pottinger

Their Hegemony or Ours? Schild Replies to Barker - 25
by Veronica Schild

Reviews:
Faith, Hope and Clarity: The History of TCCR - 30
review by Linda Freeman

Under the Tongue: A New Novel from Zimbabwe - 32
review by Julie Cairnie
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Southern Africa Report
Contents - Vol 14 No 1
December 1998
"Swapo and Dissent"

Editorial: Of Real Heroes . . . and Realpolitik - 1

The Ulenga Moment: Swapo and Dissent - 3
by Lauren Dobell

The Statesman who Brought Honour to Africa (a parable) - 9
by Samson Ndeikwila

Lesotho: Democracy at Gunpoint? South Africa Intervenes - 12
by Roger Southall

Update: Current Moment in Maseru - 18
by Tsebo Mats'asa

Angola: The War Machines . . . Again - 19
by Pierre Beaudet

Is GEAR Illegal? - 24
by Carolyn Bassett

Education on Trial: The Poor Speak Out - 27
by Salim Vally

Review: The House Gun - 32
review by Lois Browne

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Southern Africa Report
Contents - Vol 14 No 2
March 1999
"Washington Consensus or Nonsensus "

Editorial: The Crash of Neo-Liberalism - 1

The Washington Consensus Winning or Waning? - 3
by Patrick Bond

Fiddling while Neo-liberalism Burns? A Letter to the South African Left - 10
by Hein Marais

Broadcast News: Portugal Makes a Come-back - 14
by Marcus Power

Redefining Relevance: The New South African Theatre - 18
by Lena Slachmuijlder

Reviews:
Canada's Anti-Apartheid Record: A Class Act - 21
review by John S Saul

Angola: Hell on Earth - 28
review by David Sogge

Whose Dance? - 31
review by Carolyn Bassett
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Southern Africa Report
Contents - Vol 14 No 3
May 1999
"The Second Election - South Africa June 2, 1999"

Editorial: "Parliamentary Cretinism" - 1

The South African Elections:
Electoral Illusion: COSATU and the ANC - 3
by Carolyn Bassett

Makin' Nice with Buthelezi - 9
by Gerhard Maré

Electoral Prostitution - 14
by Roger Southall

Gendering Parliament - 19
by Shireen Hassim
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Zimbabwe: A Post Neoliberal Politics - 23
by Patrick Bond

Botswana: The Opposition Implodes - 27
by Larry A Swatuk

Reviews: Tracking the Transition - 30
review by Marlea Clarke

Comment: "No Further Comment Necessary!" - back cover

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Southern Africa Report
Contents - Vol 14 No 4
August 1999
"The Costs of Reconciliation"

Editorial: First, the Good News - 1

The Truth about the Region - 3
by John Daniel

Truth . . . or Reconciliation - 8
by Colin Bundy

"Normalization"?, The South African Election - 12
by David Pottie and John S Saul

A Political Paradox? South Africa's Trade Unionists - 17
by A NALEDI team

Banking on the Rich: Development Finance in South Africa - 21
by Andrew Murray

Township Tours: Packaging the New South Africa - 24
by Shelley R Butler

NewsFlashes -- Angola - 27
notes from the Angola Development Network

Mozambique Notes - 31
by Joe Hanlon

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Southern Africa Report
Contents - Vol 15 No 1
December 1999
"The Angola File"

Editorial: Ballots and Bullets - 1

Alliance Woes: COSATU Pays the Price - 3
by Marlea Clarke and Carolyn Bassett

Angola: A Backgrounder - 7
by Ian S Spears

Angola: Diamonds Are a War's Best Friend - 10
by Patrick Alley with Alex Yearsley

The Angolan Peace Manifesto - 15

Small Victories: Water in Luanda - 17
by Carolyn Bassett and Marnie Lucas

Julius Kambarage Nyerere 1922-1999
Reflections on his Legacy - 21
by Cranford Pratt

Namibia: The Congress of Democrats - 25
by Paul Kalenga

Zambia: Chiluba: The Third Term Temptation - 28
by Jotham C Momba

Mozambique: Side-step into "Normalcy"? - 31
by Carrie Manning

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Southern Africa Report
Contents - Vol 15 No 2
February 2000
"Class Snuggle vs. Class Struggle"

Editorial: Capitulation? - 1

South Africa: Class Compromise . . . - 3
by Glenn Adler and Eddie Webster

South Africa: . . . Class Struggle - 7
by Carolyn Bassett and Marlea Clarke

"Democracy May Yet Happen" Tom Lodge in the Congo - 11
by Tom Lodge

Scandal in Lesotho: Caught Wet-Handed - 16
by Lori Pottinger

Zimbabwean Farm Workers: The Struggle for Utopia - 21
by Blair Rutherford

Heavy Handed Democracy: SWAPO's Victory in Namibia - 26
by Tom Lodge

In Debt to Apartheid - 30
by David Hemson

Zunade Dharsey -- 1960-1999 - 33
by David McDonald

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Southern Africa Report
Contents - Vol 15 No 3
May 2000
"Mugabe's Last Card"

Editorial: Mugabe and the MDC - 1

A New Zimbabwe? Tsvangirai Interviewed - 4
by Patrick Bond

A New Zimbabwe? Eddie Cross and the MDC - 8
by Patrick Bond

South Africa in the Region: "Botha would be proud" - 12
by Larry Swatuk

Raw Deal: South Africa - European Union Trade Pact - 16
by Stephen Greenberg

Land Reform in South Africa: Still Waiting - 19
by Sam Kariuki and Lucien van der Walt

Mozambican Heroism: The Floods - 23
by Bill Butt

The Mozambican Elections: Renamo Demands a Recount - 26
by David Pottie

South Africa: The Inequality Challenge - 30
by Saras Jagwanth

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Southern Africa Report
Contents - Vol 15 No 4
October 2000
"Regional War"

Editorial: Regional War - Pg 1

Angola: The Client Who Came in from the Cold - Pg 3
by David Sogge

"This War Must End" Jacques Depelchin on the Congo - Pg 7

The Politics of Land: ZANU vs. the MDC - Pg 11
by Samuel Kariuki & Lucien van der Walt

Realizing the Promise: Land Restitution in East London - Pg 16
by Landiswa Maqasho

Malawi: The Trouble with Democracy - Pg 19
by Stephen Brown

Lean and Very Mean: Restructuring Wits University - Pg 24
by Franco Barchiesi

University Workers: Exclude them Out - Pg 27
by Bridget Kenny & Marlea Clarke

Tough Choices: Trade Unions and Swapo - Pg 31
by Herbert Jauch

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