|The Long View: In the Blossom-Land, Contact vol 8, no. 10|
|In the Blossom-Land|
|The Long View: Rhodesia, Contact vol 8, no.9|
Credo for survival.
|UNITA and Angola's struggle for independence||
Facts of the Rhodesian situation before Commonwealth leaders.
|A new start in Africa||
The real problems of independence have emerged.
|Books and the Arts||
|Tanzania after five years||
Each Tanzanian feels he is a free Tanzanian.
|Hauling down the flag at Mochudi||
Lady Naomi Mitchison, a member of the Bakgatla tribe in Botswana visits her people for independence
|Common sense and South African freedom||
Editorial on "Common sense and South African freedom".
|Botswana free, and Lesotho||
Editorial on Independence of Botswana and the handing over of Lesotho to South Africa.
|Chibuku beer and independence||
Notes about independence celebrations in Botswana.
Eight months after the rebellion in Rhodesia the British Government has reached the stage of holding "talks about talks". To clarify the issues we present an imaginary eavesdropped dialogue between a British optimist and a Zimbabwean realist.
|Apartheid's bounds increase||
Editorial on "Apartheid's bounds increase".
|The New African: Volume 5, Number 6, July 1966|
|Looking back at UDI||
Looking back on the crisis events that followed each other so hectically from 25 October to UDI on 11 November.
|Planning for Zambian integration||
Looking at political stability, education, manpower, tribalism and regionalism in Zambia.
|Rhodesia's oppressive alliance||
Interests and settlers versus Africans.
|The heirs of Le Clerc||
Notes on the Cameroun Federal Republic.