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The Black Sash Repression monitoring group final report March 1992
The Black Sash Repression monitoring group Bulletin evaluation
The Black Sash Repression monitoring group Bulletin 35 Dec 15 to Jan 31 1992
The Black Sash Repression monitoring group Bulletin 34 December 1 to 15 1991
The Black Sash Repression monitoring group Bulletin 33 November 16 to 30 1991
The Black Sash Repression monitoring group Bulletin 32 November 1 to 15 1991
The Black Sash Repression monitoring group Bulletin 31 October 15 to 31 1991
The Black Sash Repression monitoring group Bulletin 29 September 16 to 30 1991
The Black Sash Repression monitoring group Bulletin 28 September 1 to 15 1991
The Black Sash Repression monitoring group Bulletin 26 August 1 to 15 1991
The Black Sash Repression monitoring group Bulletin 24 July 1 to 15 1991
The Black Sash Repression monitoring group Bulletin 23 June 16 to 31 1991
The Black Sash Repression monitoring group Bulletin 22 June 1 to 15 1991
THE BLACK SASH - (NATAL COASTAL REGION) Repression Monitoring Group BULLETIN 21: MAY 16 - 31 1991
Zulu Warriors
Zulu Warriors
Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Friends

Whereas, there are 110 000 000 land.mines scattered in 69 countries, with this figure increasing dramatically year by year, continuing violence against civilians long after warfare has ceased, and, Whereas, landmines are widely deployed in developing countries of Asia, Africa, and Latin America,

Bhambatha Spears

Zulu iron assegais that are said to have been removed from Inkos' uBhambatha;s body bt Athol Armstrong.

Mistimed Angolan quarrels

The Mbari Conference of African writers in English was held at Makerere College, Uganda under the auspices of the Mbari Writers' Club of Ibadan, Nigeria and the Congress for Cultural Freedom, Paris, from 8 to 17 June 1962.

Remarks by the Secretary-General at informal consultations in the Security Concil today ,(Namibia), Monday, 3 April 1989

A report read to the United Nations Security Council by the Secretary-General regarding the insurgence of SWAPO troops from Angola into Namibia and the increasing number of casualities involved. Includes a telex communication.

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