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The British decide

To ask whether the average person in Britain is actively engaged with the problems of South Africa is like asking whether the average penal reformer could be engaged to a whore.



The painter's or sculpture's commitment: can he show it?

Three readers opinions on the weaknesses of the radical opposition in South Africa and the idea of a united front.





Cautious Conservatives, coherent critics

Policies, parties and the press in Nigeria.

South Africa Now, Show No 211

Transcript of news regarding the transition to Namibian independence, broadcast on South Africa Now

On violence and the news media
Superb video offers negotiation advice
Ivy Matsepe-Casaburi
ANC media policy: waiting for movement
Publications control
A new tone for His Master`s Voice
South African women unite for a non-sexist post-apartheid South Africa
Exposing the hidden messages
Outward bounty and inward baaskap: Opening Address by Jean Sinclair presented at the Black Sash National Conference in Cape Town

Outward Bounty and Inward Baaskap Opening Address by Jean Sinclair presented at the Black Sash at National Conference in Cape Town on 15 February 1971 discussing: Apartheid, racial superiority and inferiority, international criticism, exit fom Commonwealth, relations with neighbouring countries,

No means no!
Music and censorship in South Africa
SWA/Namibia: situation report as at Sunday, 16 April 1989

Report from C von Hirschberg and J D Viall regarding the situation in Namibia from a military and political persepctive as well as the importance of favourable media publicity

Besoek van Mnr Clark aan Suid-Afrika en Suidwes-Afrika: 10-13 Junie 1981

Report, signed by Minister R F Botha and written mostly in Afrikaans, of the visit of Mr W P Clark of the United States of America, to South Africa and South West Africa.


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