Journal articles

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To breach the wall of silence

The case for specific legislation to meet the needs of Africa's blind and deaf.

Inside South Africa

What is really wrong with South Africa?

Editorial

Editorial on Weapons of transformation and In memoriam.

A revolution in Tanzania

A comment on the Arusha Declaration.

Inside

Editorial.

Edward Wilmot Blyden

A 19th century progenitor of Pan-Africanism and Negritude.

Swaziland's road to danger

The present constitution for Swaziland can be said to be a tragic parting gift from Britain.

Poems

Poems.

Biafra: portent for Africa

A look at the Biafran situation.

Books and the Arts

Book reviews.

The advent of revolution

The great social convulsions of this decade, the post-Sharpeville period, reached their peak on the banks of Bashee River and in the slums of Paarl.

Inside South Africa

We hear less of Bantustans than we used to.

Inside Afro-America

We hear less of BaAfro-America and world struggle.

To the editor

Letters to the editor.

Under the banner of SWAPO

Namibia's guerrillas face death.

Le Foehn

A revolutionary play about Algeria.

Sartre on Algeria: an ideology within an ideology

Implications for political analysis in South Africa.

Ujamaa on the march: the road from Arusha

Implications of the nationalisation carried out by President Julius Nyerere in February 1967 in Tanzania, based on the Arusha Declaration.

Realities of Angolan struggle

On the sixth anniversary of the beginning of the Angolan struggle for independence, the Portuguese are again officially denying the winds of change experienced by the rest of Africa and threatening in Angola.

Zimbabwe is not negotiable

The whole concept of selective mandatory sanctions is based on a faulty hypothesis - that Rhodesia's political structure will collapse with the application of pressures on the economy.

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