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Botswana free, and Lesotho

Editorial on Independence of Botswana and the handing over of Lesotho to South Africa.

Common sense and South African freedom

Editorial on "Common sense and South African freedom".

The New African: Volume 5, Number 6, July 1966
Apartheid's bounds increase

Editorial on "Apartheid's bounds increase".

Zimbabwe dialogue

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.

Looking back at UDI

Looking back on the crisis events that followed each other so hectically from 25 October to UDI on 11 November.

The heirs of Le Clerc

Notes on the Cameroun Federal Republic.

Rhodesia's oppressive alliance

Interests and settlers versus Africans.

Planning for Zambian integration

Looking at political stability, education, manpower, tribalism and regionalism in Zambia.

Bechuanaland: the coveted liability

Looking at the relationship between South Africa and its Protectorates.

Africa and Marxism

On regaining independence in 1957, Ghana had a clear class structure, the contradictions in which had to some extent but never entirely been submerged in the conflict against colonialism.

Malawi will make independence work

Nyasaland became Malawi on 6 July 1964. On that day Dr Banda put into operation the revised Five Year plan based on that of the late Dunduza K Chisiza.

The New African: Volume 3, Number 6, July 1964
Socialist Algeria and autocratic Morocco

A look at Algeria and Morocco.

Lumumba: the sycophant outshone by the meteor
South West Africa and "Independence Now"

A slogan that makes sense.

Congo: unfolding patterns

Well over two years have now gone by since the turbulent days of Congolese independence in 1960.

The freedom of Namib

Aims for South West Africa.

The New African, Volume 2, Number 1, January 1963

Note: Pages 11 and 12 are missing from this issue.

Senghor and Socialism

Editorial around Nelson Mandela and Communism.


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