|Letter from Jennifer Davis to Phyllis Naidoo||
Today it is intellectually fashionable to dismiss Africa as the continent of pestilence and ethnic conflict. A respected African American journalist even expresses gratitude that, because of slavery, he was born in America instead of Africa.
|Thirty years on||
A student expresses a view of the generation of the sixties - 30 years after an earlier generation had found the Spanish War crucial.
|Defending the indefensible||
The role of the High Commission Territories.
|Winding down the Angolan War|
|Angola: still waiting for peace|
|Jonas Savimbi - mercenary with a mission|
|Angola edges...towards peace|
|Apartheid loses control as civil war continues|
|Background to the 20th anniversary of Republic Day, 31st May 1981||
Pamphlet issued by the Commission for Justice and Reconciliation about the background to the 20th anniversary of the Republic Day on 31st May 1981. The meaning of Republic is also discussed, followed by the brief survey of significant events since 1961.
|Present situation of RENAMO in Mozambique||
Memorandum outlining the military situation in Mozambique with particular reference to FRELIMO and RENAMO.
|Declaration of the political bureau of the Central Committee of UNITA|
|The danger of superpower contention to Africa|
|The free, fair and festive election in Namibia: contrast and irony|
|Towards a common future|
|The peace campaign - a farce|