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The African Communist 1959 – 1988: Index and contents

As compiled by Mervyn E. Bennun

THE AFRICAN COMMUNIST

INDEX 1959 – 1988

The First Thirty Years

Mervyn E. Bennun©[1]

A. B.

The Struggle in Africa and Asia - A New Phase

No. 52 (1st Quart. 1973), p. 120 Reporting on an important symposium in Prague

[2]

Adamafio, Tawia

By Nkrumah's Side - The Labour and the Wounds

No. 92 (1st Quart. 1983), p. 100 Book review

[3]

Adam, Heribert

South Africa: Sociological Perspectives

No. 47 (4th Quart. 1971), p. 128 Book review

[4]

Adam, Heribert

Modernising Racial Discrimination: The Dynamics of South African Politics

No. 50 (3rd Quart. 1972), p. 98 Book review

[5]

Adam, Heribert & Giliomee, Hermann Ethnic Power Mobilized - Can South Africa Change?

No. 86 (3rd Quart. 1981), p. 95 Book review

[6]

Adam, Heribert & Moodley, K. South Africa Without Apartheid; Dismantling Racial Discrimination No. 110 (3rd Quart. 1987), p. 124

Book review

[7]

Adams, Arnold

Why I Joined the Communist Party

No. 47 (4th Quart. 1971), p. 57

[8]

Adams, Udobo Letter to the editor

No. 38 (3rd Quart. 1969), p. 86 Correspondence in response to the article by A. Zanzolo on Nigeria

[9]

Africa Bureau (London)

The Great White Hoax

No. 71 (4th Quart. 1977), p. 98 Book review

[10]

“African Communist”

African Communists Speak

No. 43 (4th Quart. 1970), p. 112 Book review

[11]

“African Communist”: Editorial comment

Homage to Ch‚ Guevara

No. 32 (1st Quart. 1968), p. 42

[12]

“African Communist”: Editorial comment

A Great Comrade Passes

No. 55 (4th Quart. 1973), p. 54 On the death of Walter Ulbricht.

[13]

“African Communist” Editorial comment

70th Birthday of Moses Kotane

No. 62 (3rd Quart. 1975), p. 82

A tribute, including extracts from a forthcoming biography.

[14]

“African Communist”: Editorial comment Moses Kotane Honoured on his 70th Birthday

No. 63 (4th Quart. 1975), p. 58

[15]

“African Communist”: Editorial comment

Murdered!

No. 91 (4th Quart. 1982), p. 72

The deaths of Ruth First, Petrus and Jabu Nzima, Joe Gqabi, and others.

 [16]

“African Communist”: Editorial comment South Africa's Death Squads Must be Halted No. 92 (1st Quart. 1983), p. 38

On the murder of Ruth First and others killed by the South African death squads, and on the threat to the lives of activists at home and abroad.

[17]

“African Communist”: Editorial comment Death of Dr Yusuf Mohamed Dadoo, National Chairman of the South African Communist Party

No. 96 (1st Quart. 1984), p. 5

Speeches at the funeral, reactions in South Africa and India, Statement by the Central Committee of the SACP, messages, landmarks in a life of struggle.

[18]

“African Communist”: Editorial comment

SACP Holds its 6th Conference

No. 101 (2nd Quart. 1985), p. 5

Report on the proceedings and decisions taken.

[19]

“African Communist”: Editorial comment Mikhail Gorbachov - New Secretary of the CPSU

No. 102 (3rd Quart. 1985), p. 78 A short profile.

[20]

African Independence Party of Senegal

For Unity in Action

No. 52 (1st Quart. 1973), p. 99 Statement

[21]

African Institute of USSR Academy of Sciences

History of Africa in the 19th and Early 20th Centuries

No. 39 (4th Quart. 1969), p. 84 Book review

[22]

African Institute of USSR Academy of Sciences

History of Africa 1918-1967 No. 39 (4th Quart. 1969), p. 84 Book review

[23]

African National Congress

The Rhodesian Crisis

No. 24 (1st Quart. 1966), p. 80 Document

[24]

African National Congress

Resolutions of Consultative Conference, Morogoro, 1 May 1969

No. 38 (3rd Quart. 1969), p. 13

[25]

African National Congress

Text of Illegal Broadcast, 14 November 1969

No. 40 (1st Quart. 1970), p. 93 Document - broadcast made simultaneously with “leaflet-bombs” in Johannesburg, Port Elizabeth, Capetown, East London, and Durban.

[26]

African National Congress

Fascist South Africa a Threat to World Peace

No. 63 (4th Quart. 1975), p. 128 Document submitted to the World Peace Council on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the defeat of fascism.

[27]

African National Congress

Why World Capital Backs South Africa

No. 99 (4th Quart. 1984), p. 82

An update by T. Singh of a paper presented to an international conference of Third World economists, Havana, 1981.

 [28]

African National Congress

Torture is Part of the System: State Violence in South Africa and Namibia

No. 104 (1st Quart. 1986), p. 107

Book review

[29]

Africanus

The Imperialist Counter-Offensive in Africa

No. 76 (1st Quart. 1979), p. 44

An examination of imperialist efforts to convert independent Africa into neo- colonies.

[30]

Afro-Asian Solidarity Committee, German Democratic Republic

The Pretoria-Bonn Atomic Axis No. 19 (4th Quart. 1964), p. 16 Memorandum

[31]

Agee, Philip

Inside the Company: A CIA Diary No. 61 (2nd Quart. 1975), p. 98 Book review

[32]

Akademie Verlag, Berlin

The Imperialist Nature of Racism in Southern Africa

No. 72 (1st Quart. 1978), p. 115 Book review

[33]

Ake, Claude

Revolutionary Pressures in Africa No. 77 (2nd Quart. 1979), p. 105 Book review

[34]

Alaba Ogunsanwo

China's Policy in Africa: 1958-71 No. 60 (1st Quart. 1975), p. 99 Book review

[35]

Aldridge, James

Nasser in Three Dimensions No. 44 (1st Quart. 1971), p. 21 Achievements of Nasser era.

[36]

Alexander, Ray

Anatomy of a Strike

No. 115 (4th Quart. 1988), p. 30

An analysis of the June 6, 7, and 8, 1988, stayaway: the biggest in South African history.

[37]

Ali Khavari

Why Communists Supported Khomeini: The Anti-Imperialist Tide in Iran

No. 82 (3rd Quart. 1980), p. 51

A member of the Central Committee of the People's Party in Iran explains its strategy and tactics in the Iran revolution.

[38]

Ali Mattan Hashi

The Somali Revolution

No. 51 (4th Quart. 1972), p. 88 Background and perspectives of the revolution of October 1969.

[39]

Ali Yata

The Moroccan Revolution

No. 31 (4th Quart. 1967), p. 77

[40]

Alleg, Henri

Algeria Rebuilds

No. 16 (1st Quart. 1964), p. 59

[41]

Alleg, Henri

Ichtirakya!

No. 21 (2nd Quart. 1965), p. 16 “Socialism!“ - an article on the revolutionary policies adopted at the 1961 FLN Congress - the Algiers Charter.

 [42]

Alleg, Henri

Political Detainees in Algeria

No. 24 (1st Quart. 1966), p. 45

[43]

Alleg, Henri

Algeria: Behind the Silence

No. 25 (2nd Quart. 1966), p. 58

[44]

Allen and Johnson (Editors)

African Perspectives

No. 51 (4th Quart. 1972), p. 117 Book review

[45]

Amadiume, Ifi

Male Daughters, Female Husbands - Gender and Sex in an African Society No. 114 (3rd Quart. 1988), p. 98 Book review

[46]

A. M.

Algeria: Along the Revolutionary Path No. 79 (4th Quart. 1979), p. 70 Developments since the death of Hourai Boumedienne.

[47]

Andreyev, C.

A Page in Revolutionary History

No. 110 (3rd Quart. 1987), p. 103

A tribute to David Ivon Jones, following the discovery of his grave in Novodevichi Cemetery, Moscow.

[48]

Angolan Study Centre

Facts on Angola

No. 22 (3rd Quart. 1965), p. 75

[49]

Anon.

Against the Ban on the Algerian C.P.

No. 13 (2nd Quart. 1963), p. 27

[50]

Anon.

British Right-Wing Labour and Africa

No. 13 (2nd Quart. 1963), p. 66

[51]

Anon.

Senegal and the African Independance Party

No. 13 (2nd Quart. 1963), p. 48

[52]

Anon.

What is Communism?

No. 13 (2nd Quart. 1963), p. 88

[53]

Anon.

Africa: National and Social Revolution

No. 28 (1st Quart. 1967), p. 14 A Report on the Cairo Seminar

[54]

Anon.

Khartoum

No. 37 (2nd Quart. 1969), p. 13 Report of international conference of

fighting people of Portuguese colonies and Southern Africa

[55]

Anon.

Of Maids and Madams

No. 87 (4th Quart. 1981), p. 78

An examination of the plight of domestic workers in South Africa.

[56]

Anon.

Douglas Wolton

No. 112 (1st Quart. 1988), p. 83 Obituary.

[57]

Anon.

James Phillips - Workers“ Leader and Troubador

No. 112 (1st Quart. 1988), p. 81 Obituary.

[58]

Anon.

Sam Kahn - South Africa's First Communist M.P.

No. 112 (1st Quart. 1988), p. 78 Obituary.

[59]

Anon. (South African student)

Are White Students a Revolutionary Force?

No. 54 (3rd Quart. 1973), p. 89

An analysis of the significance of the demonstrations in the English-language South African universities.

[60]

Arnold, Guy

Kenyatta and the Politics of Kenya No. 62 (3rd Quart. 1975), p. 100 Book review

[61]

Arnold, Guy & Weiss, Ruth Strategic Highways of Africa No. 71 (4th Quart. 1977), p. 98 Book review

[62]

Arrighi, G. & Saul, John

Essays on the Political Economy of Africa

No. 58 (3rd Quart. 1974), p. 116 Book review

[63]

Attayib, Colonel Abu

Flashback Beirut 1982

No. 111 (4th Quart. 1987), p. 120

Book review

[64]

Attenborough, Richard

Cry Freedom

No. 115 (4th Quart. 1988), p. 99 Film review

[65]

Avirgan, T. & Honey, M.

War in Uganda - the Legacy of Idi Amin

No. 95 (4th Quart. 1983), p. 110 Book review

[66]

Azad, Ahmed

How the Militants Came to Power in the Indian Congress

No. 47 (4th Quart. 1971), p. 83 History of the SAIC during the 1940's.

[67]

Azad, Ahmed

Lessons of the Chilean Revolution

No. 60 (1st Quart. 1975), p. 64

An evaluation of the Popular Unity Government of Salvador Allende.

[68]

Azad, Ahmed

No Room for Anti-Sovietism in Africa

No. 66 (3rd Quart. 1976), p. 60 The dangerous implications of anti-

Communism and anti-Sovietism, the effects on the drive towards political and economic independence in Africa.

[69]

Azad, Ahmed

What Proletarian Internationalism Means to Africa

No. 70 (3rd Quart. 1977), p. 51

An examination of its significance, and of the need to deepen and extend it.

[70]

Azad, Ahmed

The Horn of Africa - Defeat for Imperialism

No. 74 (3rd Quart. 1978), p. 37

An examination of the situation in the Ogaden and Eritrea.

[71]

Azad, Ahmed

Africa Notes and Comment

No. 86 (3rd Quart. 1981), p. 79

Sudan: A Coup and its Aftermath; Central African Republic: “Bogus Elections”; Uganda: Campaign of Subversion.

[72]

Azad, Ahmed

Africa Notes and Comment

No. 88 (1st Quart. 1982), p. 68

Egypt After Sadat: The US Takes Over; The Gambia: The Masses Revolt

[73]

Azad, Ahmed

Africa Notes and Comment

No. 89 (2nd Quart. 1982), p. 64

Chad: Bread Not Guns; Ghana at the Crossroads; Liberia: In the Clutches of Neo-Colonialism

[74]

Azad, Ahmed

Africa Notes and Comment

No. 90 (3rd Quart. 1982), p. 61

Sudan: The Road to Disaster; Ghana: The Consolidation Continues; Mali: Formation of a New Party

[75]

Azad, Ahmed

Ethiopia - Trailblazer for the African Revolution

No. 94 (3rd Quart. 1983), p. 79

Review article: Fred Halliday and Maxine Molyneux, The Ethiopian Revolution.

[76]

Azad, Ahmed

Humanity Yearns for Peace and Life

No. 95 (4th Quart. 1983), p. 74

A report on the World Assembly for Peace and Life Against Nuclear War (Prague, June 1983)

[77]

Azad, Ahmed

The Fight for World Peace Aids Our Fight for Freedom

No. 102 (3rd Quart. 1985), p. 111

A demonstration of the intimate connection between the fight for national liberation and the fight for world peace, underlining the importance of mass participation in the world peace movement.

[78]

Azad, Ahmed

Africa Notes and Comment

No. 103 (4th Quart. 1985), p. 76

French Policy in South and Tropical Africa: A Gap Between Words and Deeds; Angola: Carte Blanche for the CIA; O.A.U.

- Summit a Success

[79]

Azad, Ahmed

Africa Notes and Comment

No. 104 (1st Quart. 1986), p. 67 Burkino Faso: No Easy Road to Social Progress; Somalia: Formation of a New Party; Ethiopia: Revolution on a Firm Foundation

[80]

Azad, Ahmed

Africa Notes and Comment

No. 105 (2nd Quart. 1986), p. 58

Angola: “The Struggle Continues - Victory is Certain”; SACP Message; The Spirit of Lumumba Lives On; Soviet Union Strengthens Ties with Africa.

[81]

Azad, Ahmed

Africa Notes and Comment

No. 106 (3rd Quart. 1986), p. 67

An Historic Conference; Death of Comrade Seydou Sissoko; Saharan People Fight for Independence.

[82]

Azad, Ahmed

Africa Notes and Comment

No. 107 (4th Quart. 1986), p. 83

Africa's Plight: The UN Special Session; Angola: Who is For and Who Is Against Peace?; Liberia: Once More a US Colony?

[83]

Azad, Ahmed

Africa Notes and Comment

No. 108 (1st Quart. 1987), p. 55

Togo: Eyadema in Trouble; Libya: Aircraft- Carrier Diplomacy; Cameroon: Biya Bites Off More Than He Can Chew; Algeria: 50 Years in the Struggle for National Liberation

[84]

Azad, Ahmed

Africa Notes and Comment

No. 109 (2nd Quart. 1987), p. 73

Senegal: A Strategy of Alliances and Unity; Nigeria: The Working Class Speaks; Soviet Union: A True Friend; Mozambique:

Democracy in Action

[85]

Azad, Ahmed

Africa Notes and Comment

No. 110 (3rd Quart. 1987), p. 80

Sudan: Mahdi Under Pressure; Somalia: A Regime in Troubled Waters; Chad: Is the War Coming to an End?; Algeria: Slide to the Right

[86]

Azad, Ahmed

Africa Notes and Comment

No. 111 (4th Quart. 1987), p. 92

Egypt: The Communists and Elections;

Mozambique: An Historic Visit

[87]

Azad, Ahmed

Africa Notes and Comment

No. 112 (1st Quart. 1988), p. 61

Tunisia: Ninth Congress of the Communist Party; The Common Fund for Commodities; The Aouzou Strip: Habre Ups the Stakes; Kenya: Unity of Opposition Organisations Abroad

[88]

Azad, Ahmed

Africa Notes and Comment

No. 113 (2nd Quart. 1988), p. 81

Burkino Faso: The Death of a Revolution?

[89]

Azad, Savitri

How Verwoerd Uses Anti-Communism

No. 20 (1st Quart. 1965), p. 54

[90]

Baard, Francis

My Spirit is Not Banned

No. 108 (1st Quart. 1987), p. 86 Book review; autobiography.

[91]

Baba Oluwide

A Tribute to J.O.B. Omotosho

No. 30 (3rd Quart. 1967), p. 76

[92]

Babu, A.M.

African Socialism or Socialist Africa No. 91 (4th Quart. 1982), p. 97 Book review

[93]

Bakaya, A.

World Capitalism, Gold and South Africa

No. 50 (3rd Quart. 1972), p. 82 Response to the article by R. Palme Dutt,

The Crisis of the World Capitalist Economy, No. 48 (1st Quart. 1972), p. 37, on the underlying causes and implications of the currency crisis.

[94]

Bakaya, A.

Socialist Humanism vs. Racist Inhumanity

No. 63 (4th Quart. 1975), p. 77

A comment on medical experiments on South African prisoners - supposedly beneficial to humankind, but in fact a fundamental insult to the human spirit.

[95]

Bakaya, A.

Soviet Psychiatry and the Struggle for Peace

No. 73 (2nd Quart. 1978), p. 40

The motives were political and not medical when the World Congress of Psychiatry in Honolulu passed a resolution condemning Soviet psychiatric practices.

[96]

Bakaya, A.

The Psychology of Apartheid

No. 86 (3rd Quart. 1981), p. 66

What are the factors behind the development of apartheid? Afrikaner national consciousness, chauvinism bred of imperialism and conquest? What will happen to the Afrikaners when the Freedom Charter is implemented?

[97]

Bamb'uzufelekhona

Why I Want to Join the Communist Party

No. 88 (1st Quart. 1982), p. 54

[98]

Bankole Akpata

Wallace-Johnson - A Tribute

No. 22 (3rd Quart. 1965), p. 61

[99]

Barber, James

South Africa's Foreign Policy 1945-1970

No. 56 (1st Quart. 1974), p. 114 Book review

[100]

Basha Ahmed Abdi

Scientific Socialism and the Somali Revolution

No. 55 (4th Quart. 1973), p. 99

The national democratic tasks; the national democratic revolution must not be confused with the socialist revolution, but there must be no barriers between them - one is a step towards the other.

[101]

Batsa, Kofi

The Spark: From Kwame Nkrumah to Limann

No. 105 (2nd Quart. 1986), p. 96 Book review

[102]

Bechuanaland Peoples's Party

Protest on Refugees

No. 15 (4th Quart. 1963), p. 99 Document

[103]

Becker, Peter

Hill of Destiny

No. 42 (3rd Quart. 1970), p. 106 Book review

[104]

Bellamy, Joan

Testing Time for Ghana

No. 27 (4th Quart. 1966), p. 20

[105]

Bellwood, W.A.

Whither the Transkei?

No. 19 (4th Quart. 1964), p. 86 Book review



[106]

Ben Adam, Samuel

Zionism and the Future of Israel

No. 31 (4th Quart. 1967), p. 66

[107]

Ben Adam, Samuel

Israel: Africa's Friend or Foe? No. 42 (3rd Quart. 1970), p. 35

Israeli intervention in Africa; parallels between Zionism and Afrikaner Nationalism.

[108]

Benson, Mary

The African Patriots

No. 15 (4th Quart. 1963), p. 90 Book review

[109]

Benson, Mary

I Accuse the South African Government of Murder

No. 43 (4th Quart. 1970), p. 121 Document: Statement to the U.N. Special Committee on Apartheid

[110]

Benson, Mary

Nelson Mandela

No. 85 (2nd Quart. 1981), p. 118 Book review

[111]

Benson, Mary

Nelson Mandela

No. 106 (3rd Quart. 1986), p. 92 Book review

[112]

Berhanu Bayih

People's Gains in the Ethiopian Revolution

No. 74 (3rd Quart. 1978), p. 51

An interview explaining the aims and achievements of the Provisional Military Administrative Council.


[113]

Bernstein, Hilda

South Africa, the Terrorism of Torture

No. 51 (4th Quart. 1972), p. 117 Book review (pamphlet)

[114]

Bernstein, Hilda

No. 46 - Steve Biko

No. 75 (4th Quart. 1978), p. 96 Book review

[115]

Bernstein, Hilda

Death is Part of the Process No. 96 (1st Quart. 1984), p. 92 Book review

[116]

Bibiker, Tigane T.

The Sudanese Communist Party Will Survive

No. 29 (2nd Quart. 1967), p. 32

[117]

Bing, Geoffrey

Reap the Whirlwind

No. 34 (3rd Quart. 1968), p. 76 Book review

[118]

Bokov, Georgi

Three Decades of Socialism in Bulgaria No. 59 (4th Quart. 1974), p. 78 Achievements since 1944, and benefits for the movement against imperialism.

[119]

Bonakele Godula

Ho Chi Minh and Our Times

No. 83 (4th Quart. 1980), p. 42

The political situation in South-East Asia and the threat of the US-China alliance.



[120]

Boorstein, Edward

Allende's Chile, An Inside View No. 73 (2nd Quart. 1978), p. 122 Book review

[121]

Borge, Tomas

The East-West Confrontation in Nicaragua

No. 100 (1st Quart. 1985), p. 93

The achievements and problems of the Nicaraguan revolution discussed by the only survivor of the founders of the Sandinista National Liberation Front.

[122]

Bouhali, L.

Message from the Algerian Communist Party

No. 9 (2nd Quart. 1962), p. 41

[123]

Braverman, R.E.

Trade Union Apartheid

No. 29 (2nd Quart. 1967), p. 50

[124]

Braverman, R.E.

Apartheid, Industrialisation and the Trade Unions

No. 50 (3rd Quart. 1972), p. 38 Exposing the myth and falsity of the

argument that industrialisation will mitigate or eliminate racialism and apartheid, and exposing the attitude of the white-dominated

`registered“ trade unions.

[125]

Braverman, R.E.

African Workers Advance

No. 53 (2nd Quart. 1973), p. 46

Strides made by African industrial workers in South Africa, showing how black pressures are leading to changes in the labour structure and policies of black and white trade unionists.


[126]

Braverman, R.E.

The African Working Class: Recent Changes, New Prospects

No. 59 (4th Quart. 1974), p. 48 Problems of industrial, race and class

relationships caused by the absorbtion into urban industry of black labour, and the problem of leadership for African workers.

[127]

Braverman, R.E.

African Trade Unions and the Liberation Struggle

No. 60 (1st Quart. 1975), p. 51

On the decision of TUCSA to admit African unions.

[128]

Braverman, R.E.

Why I Joined the Communist Party

No. 85 (2nd Quart. 1981), p. 60

An immigrant from Europe describes her involvement in the working class movement in Cape Town.

[129]

Brecht, Bertolt

Praise of Communism

No. 87 (4th Quart. 1981), p. 51 Poem

[130]

Bretton, Henry L.

The Rise and Fall of Kwame Nkrumah

No. 31 (4th Quart. 1967), p. 84 Book review

[131]

Breytenbach, Breyten

A Season in Paradise

No. 86 (3rd Quart. 1981), p. 98 Book review



[132]

Breytenbach, Breyten

Confessions of an Albino Terrorist

No. 101 (2nd Quart. 1985), p. 105

Book review

[133]

Brezhnev, Leonid I.

Following Lenin's Course

No. 50 (3rd Quart. 1972), p. 98 Book review

[134]

Brezhnev, Leonid I.

The Great October Revolution and Mankind's Progress (excerpt)

No. 92 (1st Quart. 1983), p. 8

Soviet life in the Brezhnev era; part of the report given on the eve of the 60th Anniversary of the Revolution

[135]

Brink, Andr‚

Rumours of Rain

No. 76 (1st Quart. 1979), p. 116 Book review

[136]

Brink, Andr‚

A Dry White Season

No. 81 (2nd Quart. 1980), p. 83 Book review

[137]

Brink, Andr‚

A Chain of Voices

No. 92 (1st Quart. 1983), p. 105 Book review

[138]

Brockway, Fenner

African Socialism

No. 17 (2nd Quart. 1964), p. 47 Book review


[139]

Bromlei, Academician Yulian

The National Processes in the USSR: Achievements and Problems

No. 110 (3rd Quart. 1987), p. 108

Document

[140]

Brooks, Alan & Brickhill, Jeremy Whirlwind Before the Storm: The Origins and Development of the Uprising in Soweto and the Rest of South Africa from June to December 1976

No. 88 (1st Quart. 1982), p. 88 Book review

[141]

Brown, John

New Tactics on the White Political Front

No. 57 (2nd Quart. 1974), p. 77

Trends and currents in the context of the 1974 election in South Africa.

[142]

Brown, John

New Tactics of White Domination

No. 63 (4th Quart. 1975), p. 63

How the white supremacists are shifting ground and making new alignments.

[143]

Brutents, K.N.

National Liberation Revolutions Today

(Part 1)

No. 73 (2nd Quart. 1978), p. 125 Book review

[144]

Brutents, K.N.

National Liberation Revolutions Today

(Part 2)

No. 76 (1st Quart. 1979), p. 112 Book review



[145]

Brutus, Dennis

Poems from Algiers

No. 45 (2nd Quart. 1971), p. 114 Book review

[146]

Brutus, Dennis

A Simple Lust: Collected Poems of South African Jail and Exile

No. 55 (4th Quart. 1973), p. 109 Book review

[147] B.S.A.

Why I Joined the South African Communist Party

No. 93 (2nd Quart. 1983), p. 85

A white worker learns to know and love his fellow countrymen.

[148]

Buckle, Desmond

The U.A.R., a Bastion of Anti-Colonialism

No. 18 (3rd Quart. 1964), p. 40

[149]

Budapest Preparatory Commission for International Conference of Communist and Workers“ Parties

Material.

No. 33 (2nd Quart. 1968), p. 63

[150]

Bulane, Joseph Mofolo

South African Literature - A Rejoinder to S. Fourie

No. 21 (2nd Quart. 1965), p. 86

[151]

Bulane, Joseph Mofolo

The Oral Tradition in African Poetry

No. 24 (1st Quart. 1966), p. 60


[152]

Bundy, Colin

The Rise and Fall of the South African Peasantry

No. 84 (1st Quart. 1981), p. 77 Book review

[153]

Bunting, Brian

The Rise of the South African Reich No. 17 (2nd Quart. 1964), p. 47 Book review

[154]

Bunting, Brian

The Rise of the South African Reich (2nd edition)

No. 40 (1st Quart. 1970), p. 88 Book Review

[155]

Bunting, Brian

Apartheid is Built on Torture No. 51 (4th Quart. 1972), p. 117 Book review (pamphlet)

[156]

Bunting, Brian

Moses Kotane, South African Revolutionary

No. 67 (4th Quart. 1976), p. 73 Book review

[157]

Bunting, Brian

The Rise of the South African Reich

No. 109 (2nd Quart. 1987), p. 105

Book review

[158]

Bunting, Brian

Moses Kotane, South African Revolutionary (revised edition) No. 109 (2nd Quart. 1987), p. 105

Book review



[159]

Bunting, Brian

Some Thoughts on the Moscow Conference

No. 115 (4th Quart. 1988), p. 43

A discussion of the 19th Conference of the CPSU - a fascinating and in some respects, disturbing experience but which in the end reinforced confidence in the CPSU and the Soviet people.

[160]

Bunting, S.P.

Lenin - A Personal Impression No. 41 (2nd Quart. 1970), p. 19

Originally published in “The International” (organ of the Communist Party of South Africa) in January 1924. The writer was one of the founders of the International Socialist League.

[161]

Burchett, Wilfred

Southern Africa Stands Up: The Revolutions in Angola, Mozambique, Rhodesia, Namibia and South Africa

No. 79 (4th Quart. 1979), p. 110 Book review

[162]

Butler, Jeffrey, and Robert I. Rotberg and John Adams

The Black Homelands of South Africa: the Political and Economic Development of Bophutatswana and Kwazulu

No. 75 (4th Quart. 1978), p. 91 Book review

[163]

Cabesa, Quadro

From Ungovernability to Revolution: Some Burning Issues of Strategy and Tactics

No. 104 (1st Quart. 1986), p. 28

The arming of the masses must be treated with the scientific accuracy and urgency which the seriousness of the situation in South Africa demands.


[164]

Cadre in the SACP Underground The Role of Women in the Revolution No. 109 (2nd Quart. 1987), p. 48

A discussion of the problem of advancing the participation of working women in the liberation struggle.

[165]

Campaign Against Racial Discrimination (Cape Town)

Forced Labour for Coloured Workers No. 67 (4th Quart. 1976), p. 86 Document

[166]

Carlson, Joel

No Neutral Ground

No. 55 (4th Quart. 1973), p. 109 Book review

[167]

Carter, Gwendolen M.

Which Way is South Africa Going? No. 84 (1st Quart. 1981), p. 80 Book review

[168]

Castro, Fidel (and Gus Hall) Speech on the Polish crisis

No. 85 (2nd Quart. 1981), p. 85

Delivered 17 September, 1980

[169]

Castro, Fidel

This is Communism

No. 14 (3rd Quart. 1963), p. 67 Document



[170]

Castro, Fidel

For Independence, for Socialism and for Unity

No. 56 (1st Quart. 1974), p. 60

The address to the Conference of Non- Aligned Nations in Algiers, September 1973 in which ideas of “Soviet Imperialism” and “two imperialisms” are challenged.

[171]

Castro, Fidel

An Act of Solidarity in Angola

No. 65 (2nd Quart. 1976), p. 41

Speech at the First Congress of the CP of Cuba, December 1975

[172]

Castro, Fidel

How the Cuban Revolution was Made

No. 77 (2nd Quart. 1979), p. 39

An interview with a Soviet journalist, and how Castro became a Communist.

[173]

Castro, Fidel

“The Bells Tolling Today for Grenada May Toll Tomorrow for the Whole World”

No. 97 (2nd Quart. 1984), p. 74

Speech at the eulogy held in Havana for the Cubans killed in Grenada in the American invasion of October 1983.

[174]

Castro, Fidel

Cuba's Role in Africa

No. 102 (3rd Quart. 1985), p. 80 A report of an interview by three

correspondents of the Washington Post.

[175]

Castro, Fidel

The Key to Social Progress Lies in the Party

No. 110 (3rd Quart. 1987), p. 95

Extracts from a speech to close the deferred session of the 3rd Congress of the Communist Party of Cuba, at which the first programme of the Party was adopted.


[176]

Castro, Fidel

Human Rights

No. 114 (3rd Quart. 1988), p. 89 Document; an extract from an interview with an American journalist.

[177]

Cawthra, Gavin

Brutal Force - The Apartheid War Machine

No. 108 (1st Quart. 1987), p. 80 Book review

[178]

Cervenka, Zdenek

The Unfinished Quest for Unity No. 77 (2nd Quart. 1979), p. 107 Book review

[179]

Cervenka, Zdenek & Rogers, Barbara

The Nuclear Axis

No. 76 (1st Quart. 1979), p. 99 Book review

[180]

Chandra, Romesh

Pio Pinto: Son of Africa

No. 21 (2nd Quart. 1965), p. 28

[181]

Chater, A.

Race Relations in Britain

No. 27 (4th Quart. 1966), p. 73 Book review

[182]

Cheremnykh, M. and V. Deni

Comrade Lenin Cleans the Unclean from the Face of the Earth

No. 43 (4th Quart. 1970), p. 99 Cartoon from “Sputnik”



[183]

Chernenko, Konstantin U. Human Rights in Soviet Society No. 91 (4th Quart. 1982), p. 99 Book review

[184]

Chernenko, Konstantin U.

Statement on Election to post of Secretary of CPSU

No. 97 (2nd Quart. 1984), p. 17

[185]

Chima, Alex and A. Chukuka Eke Africa and Democracy - a Discussion No. 22 (3rd Quart. 1965), p. 65

[186]

Chimutengwende, Chenhamo C.

South Africa: The Press and the Politics of Liberation

No. 77 (2nd Quart. 1979), p. 109 Book review

[187]

Chinweizu, Onwuchekwa Jemie and Ihechukwu Madubuike

Towards the Decolonization of African Literature

No. 110 (3rd Quart. 1987), p. 119

Book review

[188]

Chirenje, J. Mutero

Chief Kgama and his Times: The Story of a Southern African Ruler

No. 75 (4th Quart. 1978), p. 106 Book review

[189]

Chirimuuta, Richard and Rosalyn

Aids, Africa and Racism

No. 115 (4th Quart. 1988), p. 99 Book review


[190]

Cierpinski, Waldemar

Meilenweit bis Marathon (Mile to Marathon)

No. 114 (3rd Quart. 1988), p. 102

Book review

[191]

Clarke, John

Resettlement and Rehabilitation, Ethiopia's Campaign Against Famine

No. 111 (4th Quart. 1987), p. 108

Book review

[192]

Coetzee, J.M.

Waiting for the Barbarians

No. 90 (3rd Quart. 1982), p. 104 Book review

[193]

Coetzee, J.M.

Life and Times of Michael K

No. 97 (2nd Quart. 1984), p. 101 Book review (Booker Prize novel)

[194]

Cohen, A. and Lerumo, A.

Central African Federation - Burying the Corpse

No. 12 (1st Quart. 1963), p. 77

[195]

Cohen, Robin (editor)

Forced Labour in Colonial Africa, by A.T. Nzula, I.I. Potekhin and A.Z. Zusmanovich No. 80 (1st Quart. 1980), p. 97

Book review

[196]

Comaroff, John L. (Editor)

The Boer War Diary of Sol Plaatje - An African at Mafeking

No. 55 (4th Quart. 1973), p. 109 Book review



[197]

(Comment)

Africa: Notes on Current Events

No. 20 (1st Quart. 1965), p. 65

[198]

(Comment)

Africa: Notes on Current Events

No. 21 (2nd Quart. 1965), p. 71

[199]

(Comment)

Africa: Notes on Current Events

No. 22 (3rd Quart. 1965), p. 56

[200]

(Comment)

Africa: Notes on Current Events

No. 23 (4th Quart. 1965), p. 66

[201]

(Comment)

Africa: Notes on Current Events

No. 24 (1st Quart. 1966), p. 67

[202]

Commonwealth Eminent Persons Group on Southern Africa

Mission to South Africa, the Commonwealth Report

No. 107 (4th Quart. 1986), p. 114

Book review

[203]

Communist and Workers“ Parties of Africa

A Communist Call to Africa

No. 75 (4th Quart. 1978), p. 5

For the freedom, independence, national revival and social progress of the peoples of tropical and Southern Africa.

[204]

Communist International

The South African Question

No. 45 (2nd Quart. 1971), p. 106 Document


[205]

Communist Party of Lesotho

Programme Summarised

No. 10 (3rd Quart. 1962), p. 21

[206]

Communist Party of Great Britain

British Communists Hail Southern African Revolutionaries

No. 32 (1st Quart. 1968), p. 69 Document

[207]

Communist Party of Great Britain and SACP

Report of Discussions

No. 61 (2nd Quart. 1975), p. 95 Extracts from the joint communique.

[208]

Communist Party of Lesotho

In Lesotho Today

No. 50 (3rd Quart. 1972), p. 18 Statement on 10th anniversary.

[209]

Conference on Leninism and the World Revolutionary Process Today

South African contribution (Michael Harmel)

No. 41 (2nd Quart. 1970), p. 115 Document

[210]

Connor, Steve & Kingsman, Sharon

The Search for the Virus

No. 115 (4th Quart. 1988), p. 99 Book review

[211]

Coplan, David

In Township Tonight!: South Africa's Black City Music and Theatre

No. 107 (4th Quart. 1986), p. 108

Book review



[212]

Cornforth, Maurice Communism and Philosophy No. 88 (1st Quart. 1982), p. 83 Book review

[213]

Corvalan, Luis

Unity Against the Dictatorship: Ways and Forms of Struggle

No. 105 (2nd Quart. 1986), p. 81 Excerpts from an article by the General Secretary, Communist Party of Chile in: World Marxist Review.

[214]

Cox, Idris

Land Robbery in Kenya

No. 11 (4th Quart. 1962), p. 58

[215]

Cox, Idris

They Cannot Forget Lumumba

No. 12 (1st Quart. 1963), p. 71

[216]

Cox, Idris

Egypt and Socialism

No. 24 (1st Quart. 1966), p. 72 Book review

[217]

Cox, Idris

The Hungry Half

No. 46 (3rd Quart. 1971), p. 91 Book review

[218]

Cronin, Jeremy and David Rabkin Statements from the dock when on trial under the Terrorism and Internal Security Acts

No. 68 (1st Quart. 1977), p. 126 Document


[219]

Cronj‚, Gillian and Susan,

The Workers of Namibia

No. 79 (4th Quart. 1979), p. 111 Book review

[220]

Cronj‚ S.; Ling, M.; & Cronj‚, G. Lonrho: Portrait of a Multinational No. 69 (2nd Quart. 1977), p. 107 Book review

[221]

Crowder, Michael

West African Resistance

No. 48 (1st Quart. 1972), p. 99 Book review

[222]

Czaya, Eberhard

Axis to the Cape

No. 22 (3rd Quart. 1965), p. 99 Book review

[223]

Dadoo, Dr. Yusuf M.

Bangladesh - A Victory for National Liberation

No. 49 (2nd Quart. 1972), p. 71

The development and implications of the birth of Bangladesh.

[224]

Dadoo, Dr. Yusuf M.

Amilcar Cabral - Outstanding Leader of African Liberation Movement

No. 53 (2nd Quart. 1973), p. 38

A tribute by the National Chairman of the SACP following the assassination by Portuguese agents.

[225]

Dadoo, Dr. Yusuf M.

We Pay Undying Tribute...

No. 53 (2nd Quart. 1973), p. 36

Letter to the Vietnam Workers“ Party and the National Liberation Front from the National Chairman of the SACP.



[226]

Dadoo, Dr. Yusuf M.

An Outstanding Revolutionary

No. 59 (4th Quart. 1974), p. 22

Oration at the funeral of Michael Harmel.

[227]

Dadoo, Dr. Yusuf M.; Nzo, Alfred; Gustov, I.S.

In Honour of J.B. Marks

No. 61 (2nd Quart. 1975), p. 90

Speeches at the unveiling of the memorial to the late Chairman of the SACP in Moscow

[228]

Dadoo, Dr. Yusuf M.

An Impressive Demonstration of Communist Unity

No. 66 (3rd Quart. 1976), p. 48

Report on the 25th Congress of the CPSU.

[229]

Dadoo, Dr Yusuf M.

Death of M.P. Naicker

No. 70 (3rd Quart. 1977), p. 95 Funeral Address and last interview.

[230]

Dadoo, Dr. Yusuf M., Oliver Tambo, R. Ulyanovsky, and many others

Speeches, tributes, addresses on the death of Moses Kotane

No. 75 (4th Quart. 1978), p. 34

[231]

Dadoo, Dr Yusuf M.

Dr Dadoo's Farewell to his Comrades

No. 96 (1st Quart. 1984), p. 19

A message to the Central Committee of the SACP, written and signed hours before his death.

[232]

Dadoo, Yusuf M., and Nzo, Alfred

A Sad Farewell

No. 51 (4th Quart. 1972), p. 17 Speeches at the funeral of J.B. Marks (Moscow, 11 August 1972)


[233]

Dadoo, Yusuf M., and Moses Mabhida 26th Congress of the CPSU: The Voice of Reason, Peace, Freedom and Socialism No. 86 (3rd Quart. 1981), p. 46

The SACP's delegates give their impressions of the proceedings.

[234]

Dadoo, Yusuf M.

Tribute to Dimitrov

No. 50 (3rd Quart. 1972), p. 54

[235]

Danaher, Kevin

In Whose Interest? - A Guide to U.S.-South African Relations

No. 105 (2nd Quart. 1986), p. 101

Book review

[236]

Darwish, Mahmud

Identity Card

No. 44 (1st Quart. 1971), p. 130 Poem

[237]

David, George

The Elections in Ghana

No. 20 (1st Quart. 1965), p. 43

[238]

Davidson, Apollon B. & Makrushin, V.A.

Aspects of a Far-Off Land

No. 67 (4th Quart. 1976), p. 73 Book review

[239]

Davidson, Apollon B.

South Africa: The Birth of Protest (1870- 1924)

No. 68 (1st Quart. 1977), p. 101 Review article by B.J., summarising the contents of this history of the SACP.



[240]

Davidson, Apollon B.

Cecil Rhodes and His Times

No. 105 (2nd Quart. 1986), p. 98 Book review

[241]

Davidson, Apollon B.

Lenin on South Africa

No. 91 (4th Quart. 1982), p. 73

A Soviet historian on Lenin's constant interest in the development of the revolutionary movement in South Africa

[242]

Davidson, Basil

The Africans: an Entry to Cultural History

No. 41 (2nd Quart. 1970), p. 90 Book review

[243]

Davidson, Basil

In the Eye of the Storm: Angola's People

No. 54 (3rd Quart. 1973), p. 100 Book review

[244]

Davidson, Basil

Black Star - A View of the Life and Times of Kwame Nkrumah

No. 63 (4th Quart. 1975), p. 110 Book review

[245]

Davidson, Basil, J. Slovo, A.R. Wilkinson Southern Africa - The New Politics of Revolution

No. 68 (1st Quart. 1977), p. 112 Book review

[246]

Davidson, Basil

Africa in Modern History: The Search for a New Society

No. 76 (1st Quart. 1979), p. 109 Book review


[247]

Davidson, Basil

The People's Cause: A History of Guerrillas in Africa

No. 90 (3rd Quart. 1982), p. 89 Book review

[248]

Davies, Ioan

African Trade Unions

No. 27 (4th Quart. 1966), p. 73 Book review

[249]

Davies, Miranda (editor)

Third World, Second Sex: Vol. 2 No. 114 (3rd Quart. 1988), p. 98 Book review

[250]

Davies, Robert H., O'Meara, D., & Dlamini, S.

The Kingdom of Swaziland -  A Profile

No. 105 (2nd Quart. 1986), p. 104

Book review

[251]

Davis, Angela

The Black Woman in Slavery

No. 49 (2nd Quart. 1972), p. 53

An account of the role played by black women during the period of slavery; written while in jail on charges of murder and kidnapping.

[252]

Davis, Angela

If They Come in the Morning No. 50 (3rd Quart. 1972), p. 98 Book review

[253]

Davis, Angela

How I Became A Communist

No. 61 (2nd Quart. 1975), p. 30

An exclusive interview, focussing on the relationship between class and race in the

U.S. and South Africa.



[254]

Davis, Angela

Angela Davis, an Autobiography No. 64 (1st Quart. 1976), p. 105 Book review

[255]

Davis, Angela

Women, Race and Class

No. 93 (2nd Quart. 1983), p. 93 Book review

[256]

Davis, David

African Trade Unions - Reformist or Revolutionary?

No. 62 (3rd Quart. 1975), p. 52 Efforts by reactionary forces to divert

African workers from the revolutionary road, and a call for the implementation of the resolutions of the 1973 ILO Conference in Geneva.

[257]

Davis, David

African Unions at the Crossroads

No. 64 (1st Quart. 1976), p. 93

The national question and African trade unions - the need to combine the struggle for economic rights with the struggle for political emancipation.

[258]

Davis, David

Economy Strangled by Colour Bars No. 67 (4th Quart. 1976), p. 41 Economic struggles become political

struggles as the deepening crisis places the industrial colour bar under increasinjg strain.

[259]

Davis, David,

Apartheid Laws Shackle African Workers

No. 72 (1st Quart. 1978), p. 63

The use of industrial conciliation machinery to deny collective bargaining rights to African workers.


[260]

Debray, Regis

Conversations with Allende No. 48 (1st Quart. 1972), p. 99 Book review

[261]

De Bruyn, Matthew

Coloured Role in the National Democratic Revolution

No. 97 (2nd Quart. 1984), p. 28

An examination of the new constitution and the new problems and opportunities it poses for the Coloured community.

[262]

de Caux, Len

The Living Spirit of the Wobblies No. 76 (1st Quart. 1979), p. 105 Book review

[263]

Decker, M

The Economics of Neo-Colonialism

No. 7 (September 1961), p. 12

[264]

De Klerk, W.

The Puritans in Africa

No. 65 (2nd Quart. 1976), p. 103 Book review

[265]

Delegate from South Africa

Youth Festival Shows the Way Forward

No. 76 (1st Quart. 1979), p. 81

A report on the 11th Festival of Youth and Students in Cuba, July 1978



[266]

Denga

Botha's Reforms Have Not Changed “Colonialism of a Special Type” No. 100 (1st Quart. 1985), p. 65

The struggle for national liberation must continue, for whatever changes are occurring in South Africa the essential contradictions in society remain, national oppression continues, and `reforms“ are no substitute for revolution.

[267]

Denga

The South African Ruling Class: Contradictions and Crises

No. 105 (2nd Quart. 1986), p. 68

A discussion of how the “monolithic unity” of the white ruling minority is breaking up under the impact of the revolutionary upsurge of the oppressed masses.

[268]

Denga

Making a New Approach to White South Africans

No. 109 (2nd Quart. 1987), p. 62

As the revolutionary situation builds up, it is necessary for the liberation movement to make a systematic approach to the ruling class as well as its mass base.

[269]

Denga

For a Broad Coalition of Anti-Apartheid Forces

No. 114 (3rd Quart. 1988), p. 54

An explanation of why it is an urgent task to forge a united front of all those who stand for peace and freedom in South Africa.

[270]

Desai, Barney; & Marney, Cardiff

The Killing of the Imam

No. 75 (4th Quart. 1978), p. 96 Book review


[271]

Deutschland, H.

Trailblazers - Struggles and Organisations of African Workers Before 1945

No. 47 (4th Quart. 1971), p. 122 Book review

[272]

Dialego

Philosophy and Class Struggle: 1. Why Revolutionaries Need Marxism

No. 67 (4th Quart. 1976), p. 63 Introduction to the basic elements of dialectical and historical materialism.

[273]

Dialego

Philosophy and Class Struggle: 2 - What is Dialectical Materialism?

No. 68 (1st Quart. 1977), p. 89 Introduction to the basic elements of dialectical and historical materialism.

[274]

Dialego

Philosophy and Class Struggle: 3 - Marxism and the Theory of Knowledge No. 69 (2nd Quart. 1977), p. 66 Introduction to the basic elements of dialectical and historical materialism.

[275]

Dialego

Philosophy and Class Struggle: 4 - The Materialist Theory of History

No. 70 (3rd Quart. 1977), p. 99 Introduction to the basic elements of dialectical and historical materialism.

[276]

Dialego

Human Rights and the Fight for Socialism

No. 76 (1st Quart. 1979), p. 31

An examination of the question of human rights in the context of classes in society, and the nature of the human rights crusade against the Soviet Union.



[277]

Dialego

Anti-Communism: Weapon of Reaction

No. 109 (2nd Quart. 1987), p. 52

An analysis of the methods used by the enemy, at home and abroad, to divide the liberation front.

[278]

Dialego

Working Class Must lead our National Liberation Struggle

No. 111 (4th Quart. 1987), p. 63 An analysis of some conceptual

considerations underlying the relationship between national and class struggle.

[279]

Dialego

What is Trotskyism?

No. 115 (4th Quart. 1988), p. 68

While most Communists today would no longer accept the view (current during the Stalin period) that Trotsky was “an agent of Fascism”, few would deny that throughout his life Trotsky hindered rather than helped the struggle for socialism.

[280]

Dias, P.

Fascist Portugal Must Quit Africa

No. 6 (July 1961), p. 11

[281]

Dikobe, Modikwe

The Marabi Dance

No. 55 (4th Quart. 1973), p. 109 Book review

[282]

Dingake, Michael

My Fight Against Apartheid

No. 114 (3rd Quart. 1988), p. 92 Book review


[283]

Doiron, F.

Comrade Bram

No. 64 (1st Quart. 1976), p. 123 Poem in memory.

[284]

Dolgopolov, Y.

National Liberation Wars

No. 10 (3rd Quart. 1962), p. 11

[285]

Domingo, C.

The Coloured People Say “No” to Apartheid

No. 62 (3rd Quart. 1975), p. 63 Examination of the March 1975 elections to the Coloured People's Representative Council.

[286]

Dos Santos, Vice-President Marcelino

FRELIMO Faces the Future

No. 55 (4th Quart. 1973), p. 23 Interviewed by Joe Slovo, talking about the whole field of practical and theoretical problems confronting liberation movements in Southern Africa.

[287]

Doyle, Alan

Ireland: A Case-History of Colonialism

No. 52 (1st Quart. 1973), p. 76

A background to present problems in England's oldest colony, including a summary of the analyses of Marx, Engels, and others.

[288]

Drury, Allen

A Very Strange Society

No. 34 (3rd Quart. 1968), p. 80 Book review



[289]

Dube, Thandi

The Fighting Youth of South Africa

No. 102 (3rd Quart. 1985), p. 21

A discussion of the political role of the youth and students, who are moving into the broad front line of the liberation formations.

[290]

Du Bois

Africa Notes and Comment

No. 92 (1st Quart. 1983), p. 68

The O.A.U.: Dollar Blackmail; Namibia: A Case for Keeping the Spears Sharpened

[291]

Du Bois

Africa Notes and Comment

No. 93 (2nd Quart. 1983), p. 56

The O.A.U. - Reaction Continues its Wrecking Tactics; Africa's Debts - The Burden Grows; Zaire - African Predator; Problems for Rabat-Washington-Mogadishu Axis

[292]

Du Bois

Africa Notes and Comment

No. 94 (3rd Quart. 1983), p. 70

Nigeria - Which Way Forward; SADCC - Breaking the Chains; Ghana - The Revolution Under Siege

[293]

Du Bois

Africa Notes and Comment

No. 95 (4th Quart. 1983), p. 64

Ethiopia: Towards a Marxist-Leninist Vanguard; The ECA - Towards an African Common Market; The O.A.U. - the 19th Summit, At Last; Senegal - A Fraudulent Election


[294]

Du Bois

Africa Notes and Comment

No. 96 (1st Quart. 1984), p. 77 Upper Volta: Power to the People? Malawi: Night of the Long Knives

[295]

Du Bois

Africa Notes and Comment

No. 97 (2nd Quart. 1984), p. 53 Nigeria - the Army Takes Over, Again; Liberia - Reaction Bites Deeper; Madagascar - “Vindicate the People's Choice with Deeds”

[296]

Du Bois

Africa Notes and Comment

No. 98 (3rd Quart. 1984), p. 66

Sudan: End the One-Man Dictatorship; Morocco: Bread and Peace; PANA:

Information Decolonisation

[297]

Du Bois

Africa Notes and Comment

No. 99 (4th Quart. 1984), p. 61

Congo (Brazzaville): All For the People, Only for the People; Angola: Historic Congress of Angolan Workers; Lesotho:

Save Lesotho Campaign

[298]

Du Bois

Africa Notes and Comment

No. 100 (1st Quart. 1985), p. 74 Ethiopia: Formation of the Marxist- Leninist Vanguard; Senegal: Reinforcing the Ideological and Peace Fronts; The Maghreb: Disunity in Union?

[299]

Du Bois

Africa Notes and Comment

No. 102 (3rd Quart. 1985), p. 90

Sudan: The End of a Dictatorship



[300]

DuBois, W.E.B.

The Birth of African Unity

No. 15 (4th Quart. 1963), p. 14

[301]

Dubula, Sol

How Social Change Comes About No. 15 (4th Quart. 1963), p. 79 Study series

[302]

Dubula, Sol

The Role of Ideas in History No. 16 (1st Quart. 1964), p. 73 Study series

[303]

Dubula, Sol

South West Africa - The Hour of Decision

No. 21 (2nd Quart. 1965), p. 32

[304]

Dubula, Sol

Kenya `African Socialism“ Paper

No. 22 (3rd Quart. 1965), p. 23

[305]

Dubula, Sol

The Myth of P.A.C. `Militancy“ No. 23 (4th Quart. 1965), p. 54 First in a series.

[306]

Dubula, Sol

Putting the Record Straight

No. 24 (1st Quart. 1966), p. 32 Concluding the series exposing the P.A.C.

[307]

Dubula, Sol

Africa - Notes on Current Events

No. 26 (3rd Quart. 1966), p. 68

[308]

Dubula, Sol

Africa: Notes on Current Events

No. 27 (4th Quart. 1966), p. 63


[309]

Dubula, Sol

Africa - Notes on Current Events

No. 29 (2nd Quart. 1967), p. 60

[310]

Dubula, Sol

Africa - Notes on Current Events

No. 30 (3rd Quart. 1967), p. 69

[311]

Dubula, Sol

Nigeria in Turmoil - The Factual Background

No. 35 (4th Quart. 1968), p. 46 Essential facts and historical

developments, internal class interests and external pressures affecting the tragic battles.

[312]

Dubula, Sol

Ten Years of Umkhonto we Sizwe

No. 47 (4th Quart. 1971), p. p. 22

[313]

Dubula, Sol

“Bantustan“ Politics

No. 48 (1st Quart. 1972), p. 47

The policies of the Vorster government and of some of the Bantustan leaders: an analysis.

[314]

Dubula, Sol

An Interview with Alvaro Cunhal No. 60 (1st Quart. 1975), p. 28 General Secretary, Portuguese CP.

[315]

Dubula, Sol

The Congo on the Road to Socialism

No. 64 (1st Quart. 1976), p. 43

The relationship between the class struggle and the fight for true independence in the People's Republic of Congo.



[316]

Dubula, Sol

Unity and Disunity in White Politics

No. 76 (1st Quart. 1979), p. 54

An analysis of the class and national divisions among South African Whites and the factors leading to polarisation.

[317]

Dubula, Sol

The Two Pillars of Our Struggle

No. 87 (4th Quart. 1981), p. 26

Reflections on the relationship between the ANC and SACP.

[318]

Du Toit, Betty

Ukubamba Amadolo - Workers“ Struggles in the South African Textile Industry

No. 78 (3rd Quart. 1979), p. 94 Book review

[319]

Dutt, R. Palme

The Three Internationals

No. 23 (4th Quart. 1965), p. 91 Book review

[320]

Dutt, R. Palme

British Labour and Africa

No. 24 (1st Quart. 1966), p. 17

An analysis of the policies of the Wilson Government in Rhodesia and elsewhere.

[321]

Dutt, R. Palme

The Crisis of the World Capitalist Economy

No. 48 (1st Quart. 1972), p. 37

The underlying causes and implications of the currency crisis.

[322]

D. W.

The Man they Resolved to Kill: George Jackson 1941-1971

No. 47 (4th Quart. 1971), p. 73 Obituary


[323]

Dyson, Rod and First, Ruth

Dialogue

No. 49 (2nd Quart. 1972), p. 88

A discussion of some of the points raised by Ruth First's book The Barrel of a Gun.

[324]

Ebersohn, Wessel

Store Up the Anger

No. 85 (2nd Quart. 1981), p. 115 Book review

[325]

Edgar, Robert

Prophets With Honour, A Documentary History of Lekhotla la Bafo

No. 115 (4th Quart. 1988), p. 99 Book review

[326]

Editorial Notes

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No. 5 (May 1961), p. 1

Patrice Lumumba; Khruschov on Colonialism;Portugal, Quit Africa!

Apartheid Under Fire

[327]

Editorial Notes

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No. 6 (July 1961), p. 2

The Apartheid Republic; The Congo and the U.N.; Bravo Cuba!

[328]

Editorial Notes

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No. 7 (September 1961), p. 1

On Guard for Peace; Disarmament and Nuclear Tests; The Murder of El Helou; Anti-Communism, A Rotten Remnant of Colonialism



[329]

Editorial Notes

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No. 8 (1st Quart. 1962), p. 1

22nd Congress of the CPSU; Albania; Personalities in Africa; Ghana Goes Ahead; Independant Tanganyika; Establishment of

C.P. of Lesotho.

[330]

Editorial Notes

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No. 9 (2nd Quart. 1962), p. 1

Verwoerd's Threat to Africa; Heroic Algeria; The Other France; I.C.F.T.U. Neo- Colonialism; Cuba's Revolution; P.A.C. Wrecks the United Front; Death of Ajoy Ghosh

[331]

Editorial Notes

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No. 10 (3rd Quart. 1962), p. 3

Fascist South Africa; O.A.S. Defeated in Algeria; `Central African Federation“ Dissolved; The European Common Market; “Pravda"”s 50th Birthday

[332]

Editorial Notes

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No. 11 (4th Quart. 1962), p. 3

How Strong is Verwoerd? Release Nelson Mandela; Algerian Unity; Events in Lesotho, Botswana and Swaziland; The S.A.

Liberal Party

[333]

Editorial Notes

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No. 12 (1st Quart. 1963), p. 3

Hands off Cuba! China and India; Dictatorship Run Mad (in S. Africa); U.N. Sanctions Against Apartheid; Whither Algeria?


[334]

Editorial Notes

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No. 13 (2nd Quart. 1963), p. 19

The Things that Bind the International Communist Movement; Southern Africa Events; Ban on the Tunisian CP;

`Assegai“ Magazine

[335]

Editorial Notes

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No. 14 (3rd Quart. 1963), p. 3

The Addis Ababa Summit Meeting;

K.A.N.U. Victory in Kenya; The End of the C.A.F.; Apartheid - U.S. Style; Britain's Colonies in South Africa

[336]

Editorial Notes

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No. 15 (4th Quart. 1963), p. 3

A Great African Passes (Dr. W.E.B. DuBois); Hands off Our People (African Descended People in the U.S.); The U.N. Must Act Now; Algeria Choses Socialism;

Tokoloho; A Stab in the Back

[337]

Editorial Notes

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No. 16 (1st Quart. 1964), p. 3

Turbulent Africa (Zanzibar Uprising); East African Army `Mutinies“; `Phases“ of the African Revolution; The One Party State;

The Apartheid State

[338]

Editorial Notes

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No. 17 (2nd Quart. 1964), p. 3

Murder will Out; The Algiers Afro-Asian Meeting; Iraq's Heroic Communists; Tanganyika's Trade Unions; A New Chapter for Egypt



[339]

Editorial Notes

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No. 18 (3rd Quart. 1964), p. 3

The People Unconquerable (On the Rivonia Trial); The Nigerian General Strike; South West Africa; Congo - Tshombe Returns;

Death of Nehru

[340]

Editorial Notes

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No. 19 (4th Quart. 1964), p. 3

The Republic of Zambia; South Africa, a Torture Chamber; Labour Britain and Africa; A Sad Farewell

[341]

Editorial Notes

The Frontiers of Freedom

No. 20 (1st Quart. 1965), p. 3

On the international ramifications of South Africa's freedom struggle.

[342]

Editorial Notes

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No. 21 (2nd Quart. 1965), p. 5

The U.S. War on Vietnam

[343]

Editorial Notes

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No. 22 (3rd Quart. 1965), p. 13

The Pledge is Binding (10th Anniversary of the Freedom Charter); No Easy Walk;

Algerian Events

[344]

Editorial Notes

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No. 23 (4th Quart. 1965), p. 7-18

Kick the Smith Gang Out! Pioneer Marxists of Africa (50th Anniversary of the International Socialist League [S.A.])


[345]

Editorial Notes

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No. 24 (1st Quart. 1966), p. 5

Nigeria: Collapse of Sham Democracy; South Africa Enters 1966; Bram Fischer; The Sudanese Communists; Unity Against Apartheid; The Late Arthur Letele

[346]

Editorial Notes

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No. 25 (2nd Quart. 1966), p. 5

Bram Fischer - and the South African Elections; The Judges Judged; Vietnam and the U.S.; Treason in Ghana; An Absurd Antic

[347]

Editorial Notes

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No. 26 (3rd Quart. 1966), p. 5

Rebels Against the Crown; Independance for Lesotho...and Botswana; The Communist Party: 45 years

[348]

Editorial Notes

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No. 27 (4th Quart. 1966), p. 5

After Verwoerd, Fuhrer Vorster; Concern About China; Tributes to South Africa's Communists

[349]

Editorial Notes

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No. 28 (1st Quart. 1967), p. 5 “Confrontation“ in Southern Africa; Unconquerable Vietnam; 50 Years of Workers“ Rule



[350]

Editorial Notes

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No. 30 (3rd Quart. 1967), p. 5 Imperialism, Israel and the Arabs; The Nigerian Tragedy; Again the Congo; A Worthy Laureate (Bram Fischer)

[351]

Editorial Notes

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No. 31 (4th Quart. 1967), p. 5

Freedom Marches South (Guerrilla War Opens in Zimbabwe; Karl Marx's Capital

[352]

Editorial Notes

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No. 32 (1st Quart. 1968), p. 4

The War in the South

[353]

Editorial Notes

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No. 33 (2nd Quart. 1968), p. 4~

The Burning Question; Deep into Zimbabwe; Exercise in Servility; Towards Communist Unity; Homage to Karl Marx

[354]

Editorial Notes

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No. 34 (3rd Quart. 1968), p. 11

Dr. Kaunda Stands Firm; France on the Brink; Professor Z.K. Matthews

[355]

Editorial Notes

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No. 35 (4th Quart. 1968), p. 5 Czechoslovakia; Swaziland Independance; “World Marxist Review”; Students in South Africa


[356]

Editorial Notes

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No. 36 (1st Quart. 1969), p. 5

Zimbabwe, Britain and the World;

Indonesia; At the Olympics

[357]

Editorial Notes

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No. 37 (2nd Quart. 1969), p. 5

Eduardo Mondlane; Zionist Menace; Bantustan Election; Reginald Bridgeman

[358]

Editorial Notes

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No. 38 (3rd Quart. 1969), p. 5

The World Communist Conference; Peoples“ Power in the Sudan; Socialist Germany; Zambia in the Front Lines; Let Our People Go! (on political prisoners in South Africa)

[359]

Editorial Notes

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No. 39 (4th Quart. 1969), p. 5

Ten Years of Struggle (a frank review of the SACP and the “African Communist”); Homage to Ho Chi Minh; Zambia at the Crossroads; A Murderers“ Charter (on deaths in detention in South Africa; with Documents)

[360]

Editorial Notes

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No. 40 (1st Quart. 1970), p. 5 Inhumanity; A Disturbing `Manifesto“; Cabora Bassa; `BOSS“ Claims Another Victim; White Immigration



[361]

Editorial Notes

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No. 41 (2nd Quart. 1970), p. 5 Homage to Lenin; Nigeria - Peace and Reconciliation; Smith's “Republic”; SACTU: Fifteen Years; The Coloured people; Raising the Standard (on the Tanzanian Press)

[362]

Editorial Notes

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No. 42 (3rd Quart. 1970), p. 5

White Racism and World Sport; Scholarship or Espionage? A Popular Fallacy Exploded

[363]

Editorial Notes

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No. 43 (4th Quart. 1970), p. 5

Britain Declares War on Africa; South West Africa; Lesotho; Botswana; The Fight Goes on; Soul Music

[364]

Editorial Notes

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No. 44 (1st Quart. 1971), p. 5

50th anniversary of the CPSA; New Population Figures; Rhodesia; S.A. Diplomatic Offensive; The TAN-ZAM Railway; President Nasser; A Veteran Revolutionary Passes: (Rebecca Bunting)

[365]

Editorial Notes

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No. 45 (2nd Quart. 1971), p. 5

Ten Years of Republic - Nothing to Celebrate; Free South African Political Prisoners; S.A. “Economic Miracle” Over? Black Session; Sex and Drugs - “Communist Weapons”; Twisting the law; Ugly Americans to the Rescue; Free Angela Davis


[366]

Editorial Notes

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No. 46 (3rd Quart. 1971), p. 5

When Houphouet-Boigny Nearly Cried; Growing Militancy in South Africa; African Resistance; White Reactions; 50th anniversary of “Labour Monthly”

[367]

Editorial Notes

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No. 47 (4th Quart. 1971), p. 5

How Our Anniversary was Celebrated - “A Report on the manner in which the 50th anniversary of the SACP was celebrated both inside and outside South Africa”

[368]

Editorial Notes

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No. 48 (1st Quart. 1972), p. 5 Imperialism's `Grand Strategy“ in Africa; The Nixon-Home-Vorster Line; Hands off Zambia; The Murder of Ahmed Timol; China in the U.N.

[369]

Editorial Notes

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No. 49 (2nd Quart. 1972), p. 5

Zimbabwe Says No!; China and the World; Danger Signals in Korea; Emile Burns

[370]

Editorial Notes

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No. 50 (3rd Quart. 1972), p. 5 Invincible Vietnam; Kwame Nkrumah of Africa; Justice in South Africa; In the Universities; Fidel in Africa; In Brief -

`Kwete“ - D.N. Pritt - Tenth Birthdays (FRELIMO and the C.P. of Lesotho) - Our Fiftieth Issue; Angela Davis Acquitted - Stop Press



[371]

Editorial Notes

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No. 51 (4th Quart. 1972), p. 43

To the Future; Time to Speak Out; Rhodesia and the Olympic Games; Which Way Egypt? (including comment on the death of J. B. Marks; atrocities by President Bokassa (Central African Republic).

[372]

Editorial Notes

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No. 52 (1st Quart. 1973), p. 5

A Call to Action; Our Party Chairman; Vorster Loses an Ally...And Gains a Relentless Opponent (including comment on the recent Plenary Meeting of the SACP Central Committee; Dr Ysuf Dadoo; Australian moves against apartheid and Smith regime; the entry of the GDR into the United Nations).

[373]

Editorial Notes

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No. 53 (2nd Quart. 1973), p. 5

Southern Africa on the March; Strike Wave in South Africa; Atrocities in Mozambique;

Border War in Rhodesia

[374]

Editorial Notes

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No. 54 (3rd Quart. 1973), p. 5

Decade of Detention and Death; United Party Sells the Pass; Black Agents of Capitalism (including comment on the 10th anniversary of the Rivonia arrests; opposition to the Schlebusch Commission on NUSAS and UP's attempt to reach consensus; Buthelezi, Mangope and Matanzima).


[375]

Editorial Notes

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No. 55 (4th Quart. 1973), p. 5

Socialism Proves Its Superiority; Gold, Profits, and Job Reservation; Africans Hit Hardest by Inflation; Militant Blacks Fight Back; The Truth About Mozambique; “World Marxist Review”; Freedom Radio

[376]

Editorial Notes

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No. 56 (1st Quart. 1974), p. 5

Arms, Oil and the Sinai War; Chile - This Dark and Bitter Moment; Salute to the People of Free Guinea-Bissau; a Paper is a Weapon; Namibia - the Reality of Bantustans

[377]

Editorial Notes

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No. 57 (2nd Quart. 1974), p. 5 Capitalism, Oil and the Third World; Oil, Imperialism and South Africa; The South African Election; Liberals Under the Lash

- Repression of the Christian Institute, Institute of Race Relations, SPROCAS, NUSAS; Murder Most Foul; Stop Press:

Murder of John Dube

[378]

Editorial Notes

-----

No. 58 (3rd Quart. 1974), p. 5

The Events in Portugal: Statement of the Central Committee of the SACP; The Isolation of South Africa; South Africa's War Criminals



[379]

Editorial Notes

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No. 59 (4th Quart. 1974), p. 5

Death of Michael Harmel; Critical Moments of History; Coloureds Destroy Apartheid Council; Namibia Fights Back; The Spirit of Rivonia; Two Faces of Bantustan

[380]

Editorial Notes

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No. 60 (1st Quart. 1975), p. 5

South Africa Under Siege; Schlebusch Commission; Fraternal Greetings (Morocco, Philippines).

[381]

Editorial Notes

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No. 61 (2nd Quart. 1975), p. 5

When Peace Can lead to War; Bram Fischer; Spirit of Revolt; Mine Labour Crisis; The Battle for Namibia; These “Allies” are not our Friends; International Women's Year; Palme Dutt - Friend of Africa

[382]

Editorial Notes

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No. 62 (3rd Quart. 1975), p. 9

Victory in Vietnam - A Turning Point in History; Anniversary of the Freedom Charter...and of Freedom Day; Release Political Prisoners

[383]

Editorial Notes

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No. 63 (4th Quart. 1975), p. 5

A Mighty Step on the Road to Peace; Vorster's Imperialism; The Question of Power; The Politics of Non-Collaboration; Bourgeois Nationalism - Weapon of Reaction; South African Casualties


[384]

Editorial Notes

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No. 64 (1st Quart. 1976), p. 5

No Neutrality in Angola; SACP Central Committee Meeting; South Africa Belongs to All Its People; How Independent is the Transkei? Is the Nationalist Government Discriminatory?

[385]

Editorial Notes

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No. 65 (2nd Quart. 1976), p. 5

Angola's Lesson for South Africa; The People Are on the Move; A Great Friend of Africa

[386]

Editorial Notes

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No. 66 (3rd Quart. 1976), p. 5

No Compromise in South Africa; Release South African Political Prisoners; The South Africa-Israel Axis; New U.S. Party Journal

[387]

Editorial Notes

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No. 67 (4th Quart. 1976), p. 5

South Africa in Revolt; The Transkei Sham; A Renegade Expelled; Europe's Communists Meet

[388]

Editorial Notes

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No. 68 (1st Quart. 1977), p. 5

The Protection Racket in Southern Africa; Namibia's Struggle Enters a New Phase; Transkei Opportunists; Soviet-Angolan Agreement



[389]

Editorial Notes

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No. 69 (2nd Quart. 1977), p. 5

Zimbabwe's Way Forward; Racist Ferocity; Bantustan Buffers; The Cost of Apartheid

[390]

Editorial Notes

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No. 70 (3rd Quart. 1977), p. 5

African Revolution on the March; The Role of Chief Luthuli; A Great Leader Murdered

[391]

Editorial Notes

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No. 71 (4th Quart. 1977), p. 5

Long Live the October Revolution!; Another Bantustan Monster; Death of a Disunited Party; Foreign Intervention in Zaire

[392]

Editorial Notes

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No. 72 (1st Quart. 1978), p. 5

Imperialist Strategy in Southern Africa;

Vorster's New Constitution

[393]

Editorial Notes

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No. 73 (2nd Quart. 1978), p. 5 International Anti-Apartheid Year; Buthelezi's New Alliance; The Ethiopian Revolution; Imperialist Propaganda;

Honorary Degree for Mbeki

[394]

Editorial Notes

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No. 74 (3rd Quart. 1978), p. 5

The Plot Thickens in Southern Africa; The Transkei Circus; China's Road to War


[395]

Editorial Notes

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No. 76 (1st Quart. 1979), p. 5

Breaking the Impasse in Southern Africa; Botha Takes Over; Corruption Top and Bottom; At the Crossroads

[396]

Editorial Notes

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No. 77 (2nd Quart. 1979), p. 5

China Joins Hands with Imperialism; Revolutionary United Front; Ten Years of Struggle; A Sad Loss

[397]

Editorial Notes

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No. 78 (3rd Quart. 1979), p. 5

Year of the Spear; Death of a Hero; Workers Fight Back; South Africa's Bomb Threatens Africa

[398]

Editorial Notes

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No. 79 (4th Quart. 1979), p. 5

We Celebrate Our Twentieth Birthday; A Challenge to Youth

[399]

Editorial Notes

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No. 80 (1st Quart. 1980), p. 47

Turning Points in Our History; Death of President Neto; Honoured by the Progressive World (25th anniversaries of SACTU and Congress of the People; obituaries for President Neto; 70th birthday of Dr Yusuf Dadoo).



[400]

Editorial Notes

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No. 81 (2nd Quart. 1980), p. 5

The Afghanistan Crisis - Imperialist Threat to Peace and Socialism; Transfer of Power in Zimbabwe; Constellation of Racism and Imperialism

[401]

Editorial Notes

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No. 82 (3rd Quart. 1980), p. 5

Our people are on the warpath; The drift towards world war must be halted; a brave freedom fighter. (Review of political situation; dangers of US anti-Sovietism; death of Lilian Ngoyi)

[402]

Editorial Notes

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No. 83 (4th Quart. 1980), p. 5

The Working Class Takes the Lead; The Lesson of the Olympics; The Fight for Press Freedom

[403]

Editorial Notes

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No. 84 (1st Quart. 1981), p. 5

60th Anniversary of the South African Communist Party; Botha's “New Deal”; Reagan Threat to South Africa and World Peace; Obituary

[404]

Editorial Notes

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No. 85 (2nd Quart. 1981), p. 5

South Africa Declares War on Africa; The Fight for Namibia; Communism and Poland; We Have Nothing to Celebrate; Correction.


[405]

Editorial Notes

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No. 86 (3rd Quart. 1981), p. 11

The Imperialist Drive to War Must Be Halted! Namibia and the West; The Meaning of the White Election; South African Women's Day; SACP leaflet.

[406]

Editorial Notes

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No. 87 (4th Quart. 1981), p. 5

Botha's Programme of Murder and War; How Our Anniversary was Celebrated; Casualties in the Struggle; Apartheid Rugby is Not Cricket

[407]

Editorial Notes

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No. 88 (1st Quart. 1982), p. 9

The ANC Rules the Hearts of the People; Crisis in the Ciskei; Indian People's Reply to Botha

[408]

Editorial Notes

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No. 89 (2nd Quart. 1982), p. 5

The Fight for Poland is a Fight for Peace; Seychelles: International Conspiracy;

Genocide in the Bantustans

[409]

Editorial Notes

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No. 90 (3rd Quart. 1982), p. 5

Say “No” to War!; McCarthy Rides Again; The White Front Cracks; Save Our Prisoners



[410]

Editorial Notes

-----

No. 91 (4th Quart. 1982), p. 5

Bantustan Threat to African Unity; Israel's Holocaust in Lebanon; The Hoare of Maritzburg

[411]

Editorial Notes

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No. 92 (1st Quart. 1983), p. 11

Racism is the Breeding Ground of Terrorism; Who is Committing Treason?;

Profits and Principles

[412]

Editorial Notes

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No. 93 (2nd Quart. 1983), p. 5

On the Centenary of Karl Marx's death; Botha's `Way Forward“ is a Dead End;

Time to Work for Peace

[413]

Editorial Notes

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No. 94 (3rd Quart. 1983), p. 5

What Africa Thinks of Karl Marx - Statements to the Berlin Conference by the SACP, ANC, SWAPO, and representatives from Parties in Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Nigeria, Lesotho, Ghana, Tanzania, Sierra Leone and Angola.

[414]

Editorial Notes

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No. 95 (4th Quart. 1983), p. 5

Hands Off the Frontline States; For Land, Bread, and Peace; U.S. Marx Centenary Conference


[415]

Editorial Notes

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No. 96 (1st Quart. 1984), p. 23

After the Referendum; US Warmongers Must be Stopped! A People's Leader Passes; Moses Mabhida Honoured on his 60th Birthday

[416]

Editorial Notes

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No. 97 (2nd Quart. 1984), p. 5

Botha and Reagan Plot Against Africa; How to Discover the Truth Behind the News; Fidel Castro on Grenada; Death of Yuri Andropov

[417]

Editorial Notes

-----

No. 98 (3rd Quart. 1984), p. 5

What the Nkomati Accord Means for Africa; Anti-Communism and Anti- Sovietism Pave the Way for War; Our General Secretary Honoured

[418]

Editorial Notes

-----

No. 99 (4th Quart. 1984), p. 5

When the Time Will Come for Dialogue;

S.A. Economy in Crisis; SACP Propaganda Spreads; Who Are the Terrorists?

[419]

Editorial Notes

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No. 100 (1st Quart. 1985), p. 7

Botha! Your Time is Up!; South African Aggression Must Be Halted; Capitalism and Freedom Don't Go Together



[420]

Editorial Notes

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No. 101 (2nd Quart. 1985), p. 19

Making South Africa Ungovernable; the anti-Communism of Bishop Tutu; Grenada Now a Military Base

[421]

Editorial Notes

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No. 102 (3rd Quart. 1985), p. 5

The Freedom Charter Can Put an End to Bloodshed; Our Party Paper

[422]

Editorial Notes

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No. 103 (4th Quart. 1985), p. 5

ANC's Reply to the State of Emergency; “Soft” and “Hard” Targets; A Brotherly Alliance; Helsinki Agreement - a Plus for Peace.

[423]

Editorial Notes

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No. 104 (1st Quart. 1986), p. 5

The Question of Talks and Compromise; New Programme of the CPSU; Memorial to Yusuf Dadoo; Death of Florence Mophosho

[424]

Editorial Notes

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No. 105 (2nd Quart. 1986), p. 12 Colonialism of a Special Type; State Terrorism in Southern Africa; Responsibility for the Arms Race

[425]

Editorial Notes

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No. 106 (3rd Quart. 1986), p. 5

65th Anniversary of the SACP; How safe is Socialism? The Antonov Case - Bulgaria Vindicated


[426]

Editorial Notes

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No. 107 (4th Quart. 1986), p. 5

Botha's Anti-Communist Strategy Must be Defeated; The Imperialist Conspiracy on Sanctions; 40th Anniversary of the Passive Resistance Campaign; Our Chairman Honoured

[427]

Editorial Notes

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No. 108 (1st Quart. 1987), p. 5

ANC Celebrates Its 75th Birthday; Consensus at the Non-Aligned Summit; Victory on the Sanctions Front; Step Up the Fight for Peace

[428]

Editorial Notes

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No. 109 (2nd Quart. 1987), p. 14

South African Communist Party Elects New Officials; Botha's Election Farce; The Kwazulu-Natal Alternative is a Dead End; 80 Years Young

[429]

Editorial Notes

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No. 110 (3rd Quart. 1987), p. 5

South Africa After the Election; Stop These Judicial Murders; The Revolution After 70 Years; an Exchange of Correspondence

[430]

Editorial Notes

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No. 111 (4th Quart. 1987), p. 5

The October Revolution is for Everybody; The Dakar Get-Together; Buthelezi is Part of the System; Greetings from SWAPO; Obituary



[431]

Editorial Notes

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No. 112 (1st Quart. 1988), p. 5

40 Years of Nationalist Rule; Cultural Boycott is a Weapon and a Shield; The Xuma-Naicker-Dadoo Pact

[432]

Editorial Notes

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No. 113 (2nd Quart. 1988), p. 16

Death Squads Must Be Defeated; The Fight for Peace; New View of Soviet History;

Greetings to Govan Mbeki

[433]

Editorial Notes

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No. 114 (3rd Quart. 1988), p. 5

Birthday Greetings to Nelson Mandela; Twin Evils of Zionism and Apartheid; The Answer to Botha's Terrorism; Tenth Anniversary of the Afghan Revolution.

[434]

Editorial Notes

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No. 115 (4th Quart. 1988), p. 5

1988 - A Year of Continued Advance; Share Offers to Workers; Prisoners of War

[435]

Editorial

The New Africa - Capitalist or Socialist?

No. 1 (October 1959), p. 1

[436]

Editorial

Avenge the Martyrs of Coalbrook

No. 2 (April 1960), p. 2

[437]

Editorial

Our Magazine

No. 2 (April 1960), p. 1


[438]

Editorial

Problems of a Continent in Revolution

No. 3 (September 1960), p. 2

[439]

Editorial

25th Anniversary of the Algerian Communist Party

No. 9 (2nd Quart. 1962), p. 26

[440]

Editorial

Stand by Our Leaders

No. 15 (4th Quart. 1963), (insert)

On the Rivonia Arrests

[441]

Editorial

Foundation of the Nigerian Workers and Socialists Party

No. 16 (1st Quart. 1964), p. 67

[442]

Editorial

Victory in Europe - Thirty Years After

(with photograph).

No. 61 (2nd Quart. 1975), p. 29

[443]

Editors, “African Communist”

CHIEF ALBERT JOHN LUTHULI 1898 - 1967

No. 31 (4th Quart. 1967), p. 38 Obituary

[444]

Egbuna, Obi B.

My Death Warrant

No. 23 (4th Quart. 1965), p. 70

An essay on politics by a Nigerian creative writer.

[445]

Egyptian Communist Party The Political Balance in Egypt No. 98 (3rd Quart. 1984), p. 84 Document



[446]

El Mahdawi

Dark Days in the Sudan

No. 47 (4th Quart. 1971), p. 62

Causes and development of the 19 July 1971 revolution in the Sudan; collaborative rol‚s of foreign intervention and internal reaction in crushing Sudanese democratic aspirations.

[447]

Eskor Toyo

Guinea Fights for Independence

No. 50 (3rd Quart. 1972), p. 63

A survey of the policies of Sekou Toure.

[448]

Evans, David

African Prometheus

No. 67 (4th Quart. 1976), p. 60

Poem dedicated to Bram Fischer, Nelson Mandela, and other South African fighters against apartheid.

[449]

Ex-Prisoner

“He Fought Back Like an Army of Warriors”

No. 114 (3rd Quart. 1988), p. 87

A tribute to Shadrick Maphumulo, a Communist in Umkhonto we Sizwe, who was killed in battle.

[450]

Fanon, F.

The Wretched of the Earth and Studies in a Dying Colonialism

No. 25 (2nd Quart. 1966), p. 78 Book review

[451]

Faramazyan, R.

Disarmament and the Economy No. 93 (2nd Quart. 1983), p. 89 Book review


[452]

Feinberg, Barry (editor)

Poets to the People

No. 61 (2nd Quart. 1975), p. 98 Book review

[453]

Feinberg, Barry (editor) Poets to the People

No. 85 (2nd Quart. 1981), p. 125 Book review

[454]

Feit, Edward

Urban Revolt in South Africa 1960-64 No. 54 (3rd Quart. 1973), p. 100 Book review

[455]

Feit, Edward

Workers without Weapons - The South African Congress of Trade Unions and the Organisation of African Workers

No. 66 (3rd Quart. 1976), p. 94 Book review

[456]

First, Ruth and Dyson, Rod

Dialogue

No. 49 (2nd Quart. 1972), p. 88

A discussion of some of the points raised by Ruth First's book The Barrel of a Gun.

[457]

First, Ruth; & Scott, Ann Olive Schreiner: A Biography No. 83 (4th Quart. 1980), p. 73 Book review

[458]

First, Ruth

South West Africa

No. 16 (1st Quart. 1964), p. 82 Book review



[459]

First, Ruth

117 Days

No. 22 (3rd Quart. 1965), p. 99 Book review

[460]

First, Ruth

The Barrel of a Gun

No. 44 (1st Quart. 1971), p. 99 Book review

[461]

First, Ruth

Libya - The Elusive Revolution No. 61 (2nd Quart. 1975), p. 98 Book review

[462]

First, Ruth

Black Gold, The Mozambican Miner, Proletarian and Peasant

No. 96 (1st Quart. 1984), p. 96 Book review

[463]

First, Ruth; Steele, Jonathan; & Gurney, Christabel

The South African Connection No. 53 (2nd Quart. 1973), p. 103 Book review

[464]

Fischer~, Bram

A Message

No. 21 (2nd Quart. 1965), p. 78 Document

[465]

Florin, Peter

The German Peace Treaty and Africa

No. 8 (1st Quart. 1962), p. 47


[466]

Foltz, William J. and Henry S. Bienen Arms and the African: Military Influences on Africa's International Relations

No. 108 (1st Quart. 1987), p. 78 Book review

[467]

Foner, Philip S.

Organised Labour and the Black Worker

No. 71 (4th Quart. 1977), p. 98 Book review

[468]

Foner, Philip S.

The AFL in the Progressive Era (Vol. 5 of History of the Labour Movement in the USA)

No. 83 (4th Quart. 1980), p. 76 Book review

[469]

Foner, Philip S.

May Day - A Short History of the International Workers“ Holiday 1886- 1986

No. 107 (4th Quart. 1986), p. 105

Book review

[470]

Forsyth, Murray

Federalism and the Future of South Africa

No. 104 (1st Quart. 1986), p. 97 Book review

[471]

Foundation for Education with Production Education and Culture for Liberation in Southern Africa

No. 88 (1st Quart. 1982), p. 91 Book review

[472]

Fourie, Scheepers

Across the Colour Line - Aspects of South African Literature

No. 19 (4th Quart. 1964), p. 77



[473]

“Freedom Fighter”

Why I like Communists and their Ideas

No. 96 (1st Quart. 1984), p. 106

[474]

“Freedom”

The Russian Revolution - 1917-1967 No. 32 (1st Quart. 1968), p. 69 Document

[475]

FRELIMO Executive Committee

Events in Portugal

No. 58 (3rd Quart. 1974), p. 19

[476] FRELIMO

Guidelines for Building a People's Democracy

No. 69 (2nd Quart. 1977), p. 116 Document

[477] FRELIMO

Two cartoons from the Mozambique Press No. 86 (3rd Quart. 1981), p. 72

[478]

French Communist Party and SACP French Communists to Tackle Apartheid No. 62 (3rd Quart. 1975), p. 79

Joint communique.

[479]

Fulani, T.B.

The Effects of the South African Economic Crisis on the Workers

No. 106 (3rd Quart. 1986), p. 77 A discussion on how workers are

increasingly being drawn into the fight to eradicate apartheid, and on the relationship between national oppression and class exploitation.


[480]

Fulani, T.B.

People's Education for People's Power

No. 112 (1st Quart. 1988), p. 70

A discussion of the role of education in the revolutionary struggle; it should make the workers conscious of their historical responsibility to rid the country of the scourge of apartheid and capitalist-inspired divisions.

[481]

Fuller, Robert

The Struggle for Hearts and Minds

No. 89 (2nd Quart. 1982), p. 53

The South African propaganda machine and the suppression of free discussion in the Press.

[482]

Fuller, Robert

Art and Revolution in South Africa

No. 93 (2nd Quart. 1983), p. 75

An assessment of “Staffrider” cultural magazine.

[483]

Fuller, Robert

The New Constitution

No. 100 (1st Quart. 1985), p. 120

Document on the effects of the 1984 changes to the South African constitution.

[484]

Fundisi

Migrant Workers and Censorship

No. 77 (2nd Quart. 1979), p. 56 Bantustans, the effects of the migratory labour system, and the need for a united campaign of resistance.



[485]

Fundisi

King Moshweshwe Who Built a Nation and Defeated the Boers

No. 80 (1st Quart. 1980), p. 54

Marking the centenary of the “War of the Gun”, when the Basotho defeated attempts by the Cape Government to disarm them.

[486]

Gala

Hello or Goodbye, Athol Fugard? No. 57 (2nd Quart. 1974), p. 100 Examination of his work.

[487]

Gala

Against Literary Apartheid

No. 58 (3rd Quart. 1974), p. 99

On the role of the black writer in South Africa - A critique of Nadine Gordimer's approach.

[488]

Gala

Has Art Failed South Africa?

No. 69 (2nd Quart. 1977), p. 78

The relationship between art and politics under apartheid.

[489]

Gala

Why I Joined the Communist Party

No. 89 (2nd Quart. 1982), p. 49

[490]

Gala

Is There a South African National Culture?

No. 100 (1st Quart. 1985), p. 38

How the creation of a common cultural outlook is blighted by class and national divisions, racism, oppression, minority superiority, and ethnic and community differences.


[491]

Galperin, Georgi

Ethiopia: Some Aspects of the Nationalities Question

No. 83 (4th Quart. 1980), p. 53 Implications and problems of the different national groups and languages for the revolutionary government.

[492]

Gann, L.H. & Duignan, Peter Why South Africa Will Survive - a Historical Analysis

No. 87 (4th Quart. 1981), p. 87 Book review

[493]

Garang, J.U.

The Southern Sudan

No. 37 (2nd Quart. 1969), p. 40

Origins of the conflict in the South Sudan

[494]

Garlake, Peter S.

Great Zimbabwe

No. 56 (1st Quart. 1974), p. 114 Book review

[495]

Gavshon, Arthur

Crisis in Africa. Battleground of East and West

No. 92 (1st Quart. 1983), p. 97 Book review

[496]

Genoud, Roger

Nationalism and Economic Development in Ghana

No. 41 (2nd Quart. 1970), p. 106

Book review with comment by Editors of “African Communist”.



[497]

Georgie

Indian People on the March: Congress Boosted by Constitution Boycott Campaign No. 101 (2nd Quart. 1985), p. 86

An assessment of the outcome of the elections to two of the three Chambers of the South African Parliament in August 1984, and the implications for the Coloured and Indian people.

[498]

Gibson, Richard

African Liberation Movements: Contemporary Struggles Against White Minority Rule

No. 51 (4th Quart. 1972), p. 117

Book review, incl. examination of the PAC and Potlako Leballo

[499]

Gifford, Tony

South Africa's Record of International Terrorism

No. 88 (1st Quart. 1982), p. 99 Book review

[500]

Giliomee, Hermann & Schlemmer, Lawrence (editors)

Up Against the Fences: Poverty, Passes and Privilege in South Africa

No. 111 (4th Quart. 1987), p. 112

Book review

[501]

Ginyibhulu Xhakalegusha

National Question and Ethnic Processes

No. 79 (4th Quart. 1979), p. 28

A historical survey of thinking, since the beginning of the century, on the national question - understanding of which is vital for the promotion of the South African revolution.


[502]

Girodot, J.

The Congo Marches to Freedom

No. 3 (September 1960), p. 10

[503]

Girodot, J.

Sudan: The Revolutionary Task

No. 43 (4th Quart. 1970), p. 63

An analysis of the situation in the Sudan after the 1969 coup d'etat.

[504]

Girodot, J.

UN Shilly-Shallying on Namibia

No. 53 (2nd Quart. 1973), p. 91 Meaningless diplomatic exercises fostering illusions on the role of the UN in relation to Namibia.

[505]

Girodot, J.

Walter Sisulu - Man of the People No. 61 (2nd Quart. 1975), p. 74 A profile.

[506]

G.M.

Uganda - A Survey

No. 1 (October 1959), p. 19

[507]

Gollan, John

A Message to Africa

No. 5 (May 1961), p. 60

[508]

Gollan, John

Britain and South Africa

No. 14 (3rd Quart. 1963), p. 36

[509]

Gombe, Jean-Pierre

Radicalising the Revolution in the Congo

No. 66 (3rd Quart. 1976), p. 69

A discussion of problems which have arisen in the revolutionary process, and the steps taken to overcome them.



[510]

Goodluck, W.O.

Nigeria and Marxism

No. 19 (4th Quart. 1964), p. 49

[511]

Gorbachov, Mikhail

The National Question in the Soviet Union

No. 110 (3rd Quart. 1987), p. 105

Document

[512]

Gordimer, Nadine

The Late Bourgeois World

No. 27 (4th Quart. 1966), p. 73 Book review

[513]

Gordimer, Nadine

The Conservationist

No. 62 (3rd Quart. 1975), p. 100 Book review

[514]

Gordimer, Nadine

Burger's Daughter

No. 80 (1st Quart. 1980), p. 100

Book review (and see No. 82 (3rd Quart. 1980), p. 109)

[515]

Gordimer, Nadine

A Sport of Nature

No. 112 (1st Quart. 1988), p. 87 Book review

[516]

Gornicki, Captain Wieslaw

Speech

No. 89 (2nd Quart. 1982), p. 100 Document; Report to the World Peace Council Bureau, Copenhagen, January 1982 on the situation in Poland.


[517]

Gorodnov, V.P.

The Black Inhabitants of White City: The Life and Struggles of an African Ghetto No. 99 (4th Quart. 1984), p. 96

Book review

[518]

Gorodnov, V.P.

S.A. Working Class in the Struggle Against Reaction and Racialism

No. 39 (4th Quart. 1969), p. 88 Book review

[519]

Granma (Cuban Communist Party organ) Report of interview with John Wash Pam, Vice-President of Nigerian Senate

No. 88 (1st Quart. 1982), p. 82

On the ethnic and cultural links between Cubans and Africans; and South African attack on Angola

[520]

“Granma” (reprint from)

On the Question of Human Rights

No. 70 (3rd Quart. 1977), p. 112

[521]

Green, Jim

Against the Tide: A History of the Canadian Seamen's Union

No. 112 (1st Quart. 1988), p. 92 Book review

[522]

Greig, Ian

The Communist Challenge to Africa No. 73 (2nd Quart. 1978), p. 114 Book review

[523]

Gromyko, Andrei

U.S. “Star War” Plan Must be Scrapped

No. 101 (2nd Quart. 1985), p. 48

Report of a television interview with the Foreign Minister of the USSR with a group of political analysts from the Soviet press



[524]

Grundy, Kenneth W.

The Rise of the South African Security Establishment: An Essay on the Changing Locus of State Power

No. 98 (3rd Quart. 1984), p. 93 Book review

[525]

GuŠye, S‚mou Path‚

Founding Congress of the Party of Independence and Labour - A New Stage in Our Struggle

No. 88 (1st Quart. 1982), p. 77

A report by a member of the Central Committee of PIT; special attention was given to the situation in Southern Africa

[526]

GuŠye, S‚mou Path‚

Senegal Marxists Chart a New Course

No. 102 (3rd Quart. 1985), p. 101

An article by the Secretary of the Central Committee of the Party of Independence and Labour, describing the steps taken at the Party's second legal Congress to improve its ideological and organisational strength and to increase its influence on the country.

[527]

Gungushe, Gene (Titus)

Our National Democratic Revolution Will Defeat the Enemy

No. 94 (3rd Quart. 1983), p. 52

Based on the work of a young member of the SACP who was murdered by the South African army at Maseru (December 1982)

[528]

Gupta, Anirudha

Reporting Africa

No. 41 (2nd Quart. 1970), p. 104 Book review


[529]

Gustov, I.S.; Dadoo, Dr. Yusuf M.; Nzo, Alfred

In Honour of J.B. Marks

No. 61 (2nd Quart. 1975), p. 90

Speeches at the unveiling of the memorial to the late Chairman of the SACP in Moscow

[530]

Gutkind, Peter and Peter Waterman (editors)

African Social Studies: A Radical Reader

No. 73 (2nd Quart. 1978), p. 119 Book review

[531]

Gxobh'iyeza Kwedini

African National Congress of South Africa

- 70 Years Old; The Birth of a Nation

No. 88 (1st Quart. 1982), p. 22

On the ANC's 70th birthday on 8 January, 1982, a survey of the African continent's oldest liberation movement.

[532]

Hadjeres, Sadek

Culture, Independance et Revolution en Algerie

No. 95 (4th Quart. 1983), p. 104 Book review

[533]

Halim, Ibrahim Abdel

Egypt - Crisis of the Revolution

No. 54 (3rd Quart. 1973), p. 82

The class factors involved and the course which must be followed to defend the revolutionary gains and to establish socialism.

[534]

Hall, Gus (and Fidel Castro) Speech on the Polish crisis

No. 85 (2nd Quart. 1981), p. 85

Delivered 17 September, 1980



[535]

Hall, Gus

The Fight for Marxism-Leninism in the World Communist and Liberation Movements

No. 90 (3rd Quart. 1982), p. 35 Speech by the General Secretary of the

CPUSA, 28 February 1982 (New York).

[536]

Halloran, T.

White Power Begins to Crumble

No. 103 (4th Quart. 1985), p. 84

An examination of the internal and external pressures on the class alliance through which Botha is trying to govern.

[537]

Hall, Richard

The High Price of Principles No. 40 (1st Quart. 1970), p. 86 Book review

[538]

Hance, William A. (editor)

Southern Africa and the United States No. 42 (3rd Quart. 1970), p. 106 Book review

[539]

Hanlon, Joseph

Apartheid's Second Front

No. 109 (2nd Quart. 1987), p. 97 Book review

[540]

Hanlon, Joseph

Beggar Your Neighbours

No. 109 (2nd Quart. 1987), p. 97 Book review

[541]

Harmel, Michael

The Cold War has Failed

No. 59 (4th Quart. 1974), p. 26 Speech delivered in Prague.


[542]

Harrison, Nancy

Winnie Mandela: Mother of a Nation

No. 104 (1st Quart. 1986), p. 103

Book review

[543]

Harrison, Paul

The Third World Tomorrow

No. 85 (2nd Quart. 1981), p. 121 Book review

[544]

ison, Paul

Inside the Third World

No. 87 (4th Quart. 1981), p. 91 Book review

[545]

Hassan, Abu

Hymie Barsel

No. 110 (3rd Quart. 1987), p. 115

Obituary

[546]

Hatch, John

Africa Emergent

No. 59 (4th Quart. 1974), p. 110 Book review

[547]

Havlicek, Frantisek

How Czechoslovakia Solves the National Question

No. 62 (3rd Quart. 1975), p. 71

The achievements of the Czech CP since the end of the war.

[548]

Hepple, Alex

Verwoerd

No. 32 (1st Quart. 1968), p. 62 Book review



[549]

Hepple, Alex

Workers Under Apartheid

No. 38 (3rd Quart. 1969), p. 80 Book review

[550]

Hewitt, Dorothy

Verwoerd, Verwoerd, They Cry No. 16 (1st Quart. 1964), p. 86 Poem

[551]

Hill, Christopher R.

Bantustans - the Fragmentation of South Africa

No. 19 (4th Quart. 1964), p. 86 Book review

[552]

Hirson, Baruch

Year of Fire, Year of Ash. The Soweto Revolt: Roots of a Revolution?

No. 81 (2nd Quart. 1980), p. 85 Book review

[553]

Historicus

Albert Nzula, Our First African General Secretary

No. 65 (2nd Quart. 1976), p. 90 A profile.

[554]

Hlanganani, Temba

“The Greatest Moment in My Life”

No. 103 (4th Quart. 1985), p. 22

An MK delegate reports on his impressions of the Second Consultative Conference of the ANC (June 1985).

[555]

Hobday, Charles

Communist and Marxist Parties of the World

No. 109 (2nd Quart. 1987), p. 102

Book review


[556]

Ho Chi Minh

My Path to Leninism

No. 42 (3rd Quart. 1970), p. 113 Document

[557]

Hoffman, John

Antonio Gramsci on State and Revolution

No. 72 (1st Quart. 1978), p. 92 A discussion of his work.

[558]

Hoffman, John

Marxism, Revolution and Democracy No. 95 (4th Quart. 1983), p. 106 Book review

[559]

Hoffman, John

The Gramscian Challenge - Coercion and Consent in Marxist Political Theory

No. 100 (1st Quart. 1985), p. 103

Book review

[560]

Hoffman, John

Africa's Place in the World Revolutionary Process

No. 107 (4th Quart. 1986), p. 91

A discussion of the interrelationship between the struggle for national liberation and against capitalist rule, nationally and internationally.

[561]

Hombard, C.S.; & Tweedie, A.H.C. Agriculture in Zambia Since Independence No. 60 (1st Quart. 1975), p. 99

Book review

[562]

Horwitz, Ralph

The Political Economy of South Africa

No. 32 (1st Quart. 1968), p. 62 Book review



[563]

Houghton, D. Hobart

The South African Economy No. 20 (1st Quart. 1965), p. 71 Book review

[564]

Howard, Charles P.

Secrets of the Congo

No. 14 (3rd Quart. 1963), p. 41

[565]

Hunt, Geoffrey and Christos Theodoropoulos

Nigeria: Will Civilian Rule Bring Democracy?

No. 79 (4th Quart. 1979), p. 88 Prospects after 13 years of military rule.

[566]

Husak, Dr. Gustav

Report of the Presidium of the Czechoslovakian Communist Party No. 40 (1st Quart. 1970), p. 95

Document reprinted from Rude Pravo, 26 September 1969

[567]

Hutchinson, Alfred

The Rickshaws's New Year

No. 52 (1st Quart. 1973), p. 56

Short story (reprinted from “Fighting Talk”)

[568]

Hutmacher, Barbara

Voices of Apartheid

No. 86 (3rd Quart. 1981), p. 98 Book review

[569]

Hutt, W.H.

The Economics of Apartheid No. 20 (1st Quart. 1965), p. 71 Book review


[570]

Ignatiev, Oleg

Secret Weapon in Africa

No. 75 (4th Quart. 1978), p. 100 Book review

[571]

Ilieva, Emilia

Africa in the Struggle for Literary Autonomy

No. 87 (4th Quart. 1981), p. 93 By a lecturer in English at Sofia

University, “as a form of solidarity with the struggling people in Southern Africa and a means of creating a true image of all Africa”.

[572]

Inkululeko Films

Amakomanisi - The South African Communist Party

No. 109 (2nd Quart. 1987), p. 104

Film review

[573]

Innes, Duncan

Anglo American and the Rise of Modern South Africa

No. 102 (3rd Quart. 1985), p. 122

Book review

[574]

Inquilab

The People Rise Up!

No. 83 (4th Quart. 1980), p. 15

A review of developments in 1980 in the struggle against apartheid.

[575]

Inquilab

The Reagan-Botha Axis Threatens World Peace and Social Progress

No. 99 (4th Quart. 1984), p. 17

A discussion of how the US has intensified its activities to prop up the apartheid regime, because South Africa is the main base of imperialism on the African continent.



[576]

Inquilab

How Close is Final Victory?

No. 111 (4th Quart. 1987), p. 39 Some thoughts on the perspectives of

struggle; for millions of South Africans life has become synonymous with the fight for freedom, and this essay reviews the present and looks to the future.

[577]

Institute of Marxism-Leninism Outline History of the Communist International

No. 53 (2nd Quart. 1973), p. 103 Book review

[578]

International Commission of Jurists Erosion of the Rule of Law in South Africa No. 37 (2nd Quart. 1969), p. 75

Book review

[579]

International Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa (publishers)

Namibia, The Facts

No. 85 (2nd Quart. 1981), p. 126 Book review

[580]

Iphrahim, E.

Sudan's Dictatorship

No. 8 (1st Quart. 1962), p. 65

[581]

Ismagilova, R.N.

Ethnic Problems of Tropical Africa: Can They be Solved?

No. 79 (4th Quart. 1979), p. 102 Book review

[582]

Jabulani, J.J.

Money Screams in Katanga

No. 30 (3rd Quart. 1967), p. 40


[583]

Jabulani, J.J.

Bonn-Pretoria Axis

No. 31 (4th Quart. 1967), p. 55

[584]

Jabulani, J.J.

The Case for the Persecution

No. 33 (2nd Quart. 1968), p. 25

Police literature about the Rivonia and Fischer trials

[585]

Jabulani, J.J.

Africa: Notes and Comments

No. 34 (3rd Quart. 1968), p. 36

Egypt; Zambia; Algeria; Dahomey; Union of Central African States; Sierra Leone; Organisation of Senegal River States~

[586]

Jabulani, J.J.

Africa: Notes and Comments

No. 35 (4th Quart. 1968), p. 57

Egypt, Kenya, Malawi, Algeria, Liberia, Congo (Kinshasa), Congo (Brazzaville), Chad, Dahomey, Zambia, Senegal, Morocco.

[587]

Jabulani, J.J.

Why I Joined the Communist Party

No. 44 (1st Quart. 1971), p. 79

[588]

Jackson, George

Soledad Brother: The Prison Letters of George Jackson

No. 46 (3rd Quart. 1971), p. 91 Book review

[589]

Jackson, John D.

Justice in South Africa

No. 84 (1st Quart. 1981), p. 86 Book review



[590]

Jackson, John D.

Justice in South Africa

No. 85 (2nd Quart. 1981), p. 124 Book review

[591]

Jaffe, Hosea

A History of Africa

No. 106 (3rd Quart. 1986), p. 96 Book review

[592]

Jagan, Dr Cheddi

The Caribbean Revolution

No. 85 (2nd Quart. 1981), p. 120 Book review

[593]

Jalang Kwena

Guinea shows the Way Forward

No. 2 (April 1960), p. 24

[594]

Jalang Kwena

Marxist Education Series, No. 1

No. 4 (January 1961), p. 40

[595]

Jalang Kwena

Marxist Education Series, No. 2

No. 5 (May 1961), p. 42

[596]

Jalang Kwena

Marxist Education Series, No. 3

No. 7 (September 1961), p. 49

[597]

Jalang Kwena

Marxist Education Series, No. 4

No. 8 (1st Quart. 1962), p. 65

[598]

Jalang Kwena

Marxist Education Series, No. 5

No. 9 (2nd Quart. 1962), p. 68


[599]

Jalang Kwena

National Independance and Socialism

No. 10 (3rd Quart. 1962), p. 31

[600]

Jalang Kwena

Africa Looks at the Common Market

No. 11 (4th Quart. 1962), p. 41

[601]

Jalee, Pierre

The Pillage of the Third World and The Third World in World Economy

No. 43 (4th Quart. 1970), p. 112 Book review

[602]

Jama, Sicelo

Twenty Five Years After Rivonia

No. 114 (3rd Quart. 1988), p. 36

A liberation movement activist who was on Robben Island with Nelson Mandela and the other Rivonia prisoners describes how they carried on the fight against the system.

[603]

Jenkin, Tim

Escape from Pretoria

No. 112 (1st Quart. 1988), p. 91 Book review

[604]

Johnson, Christine

Let's Free Ghana and Free Africa

No. 25 (2nd Quart. 1966), p. 27

[605]

Johnson, R.W.

How Long Will South Africa Survive? No. 72 (1st Quart. 1978), p. 124 Book review



[606]

Johns, Sheridan; & Karis, Thomas (editors) From Protest to Challenge: A Documentary History of African Politics in South Africa 1882-1964; Vol. 2 - Hope and Challenge No. 58 (3rd Quart. 1974), p. 118

Book review

[607]

Jones, David Ivon

Lenin's First Newspaper

No. 42 (3rd Quart. 1970), p. 55

Reprint of article on “Iskra”, role of Lenin in establishing the Bolshevik Party.

[608]

Jones, W.

Problems of the Ethiopian Revolution

No. 69 (2nd Quart. 1977), p. 84

An analysis of developments since the deposition of Emperor Haile Selassie, and of the forces contending for control.

[609]

Jordan, A.C.

Tales from Southern Africa

No. 63 (4th Quart. 1975), p. 110 Book review

[610]

Jordan, A.C.

Towards an African Literature: the Emergence of Literary Form in Xhosa No. 63 (4th Quart. 1975), p. 110 Book review

[611]

Joseph, Helen

Tomorrow's Sun

No. 26 (3rd Quart. 1966), p. 81 Book review

[612]

Joseph, Helen

Side by Side: Autobiography

No. 107 (4th Quart. 1986), p. 112

Book review


[613]

Joubert, Elsa

Poppie

No. 85 (2nd Quart. 1981), p. 116 Book review

[614] J.R.S.

A Tribute to Sampson Nkwe (Wolpe Sapnath Poho)

No. 99 (4th Quart. 1984), p. 111

A member of Unkhonto we Sizwe and the SACP, who died of asthma in Mazimbu on 3 June, 1984

[615]

Juma, J.A.

Development of Classes in Independent Kenya

No. 53 (2nd Quart. 1973), p. 84

Events during December 1972, and how they create a picture of warring classes in Kenya, conflict between Kenya's bourgeoisie and expatriates, and government subservience to foreign imperialism.

[616]

Kadalie, Clements

My Life and the ICU

No. 44 (1st Quart. 1971), p. 99 Book review

[617]

Kades, B.

The Sources of Economic Growth

No. 30 (3rd Quart. 1967), p. 11

[618]

Kaiser, Ernest

Freedomways Reader

No. 80 (1st Quart. 1980), p. 102 Book review



[619]

Kalman, I.

Israel and South Africa Unite Against Black Liberation

No. 68 (1st Quart. 1977), p. 59

[620]

Kane-Berman, John

Soweto - Black Revolt, White Reaction (published in U.K. as The Method in the Madness)

No. 80 (1st Quart. 1980), p. 105 Book review

[621]

Kantor, James

A Healthy Grave

No. 32 (1st Quart. 1968), p. 62 Book review

[622]

Kanza, Thomas

Evolution and Revolution in Africa; and

Conflict in the Congo

No. 49 (2nd Quart. 1972), p. 105 Book review

[623]

Kapp, Yvonne

Eleanor Marx, Vol. 2: The Crowded Years 1884-1898

No. 69 (2nd Quart. 1977), p. 107 Book review

[624]

Karis, Thomas; Carter, Gwendolen; & Johns, Sheridan (Editors)

From Protest to Challenge: A Documentary History of African Politics in South Africa 1882-1964; Vol. 1 - “Protest and Hope 1882-1934”

No. 55 (4th Quart. 1973), p. 109 Book review


[625]

Karis, Thomas; Carter, Gwendolen; & Gerhart, Gail M. (Editors)

From Protest to Challenge, Vols. 3 & 4 No. 72 (1st Quart. 1978), p. 112

Book review

[626]

Karl Marx University, Leipzig, G.D.R.; (Sylvia Neame, Editor)

Current Problems of the Southern African Region

No. 92 (1st Quart. 1983), p. 101

Book review; collection of papers read by social scientists.

[627]

Kavanagh, Robert

Theatre and Cultural Struggle in South Africa

No. 106 (3rd Quart. 1986), p. 98 Book review

[628]

Kennelly, Joe

Apartheid leads to Mass Unemployment: Jobless Millions Banished to Bantustans No. 78 (3rd Quart. 1979), p. 31

A study of apartheid policies on the Bantustans and unemployment.

[629]

Kgang Dithata

Congo - The Constitutional Aspect

No. 18 (3rd Quart. 1964), p. 60

[630]

Khaketla, B.M

Lesotho 1970

No. 52 (1st Quart. 1973), p. 124 Book review

[631]

Khaled Mohel El-Din

Phases of the Egyptian Revolution

No. 27 (4th Quart. 1966), p. 37



[632]

Khama, Seretse (President)

Botswana's Foreign Policy

No. 42 (3rd Quart. 1970), p. 113 Document

[633]

Khumalo, A.N.C.

A Poem of Vengeance (and other Tributes to Mini, Mkaba, and Khayinga, Executed 6 November 1964)

No. 20 (1st Quart. 1965), p. 13 Poem

[634]

Khumalo, A.N.C.

Before Interrogation?

No. 48 (1st Quart. 1972), p. 118 Poem to Ahmed Timol and others.

[635]

Khumalo, A.N.C.

Red Our Colour

No. 55 (4th Quart. 1973), p. 69 Poem

[636]

Khumalo, A.N.C.

The Spirit of Bambatha

No. 58 (3rd Quart. 1974), p. 84

Poem to Dube, Tiro, and every fallen hero.

[637]

Khumalo, A.N.C.

Sovietsky Narod

No. 70 (3rd Quart. 1977), p. 88

Poem dedicated to the Soviet People on the 60th anniversary of the Great October Revolution

[638]

Khumalo, A.N.C.

How the Red Army Buried Hitler: 40 years On

No. 101 (2nd Quart. 1985), p. 35

The prodigious feats of the USSR and its people, which saved the world from fascism.


[639]

Khumalo, A.N.C.

Zoya on Guard

No. 101 (2nd Quart. 1985), p. 46 Poem

[640]

Khumalo, F.

Socialism for Africa

No. 4 (January 1961), p. 31

[641]

Khumalo, I.

Nigerian Independance

No. 3 (September 1960), p. 36

[642]

Khumalo, Ngacambaza

The Compromising Role of Inkatha

No. 74 (3rd Quart. 1978), p. 94

The effects of the leadership of Buthelezi, who is being groomed for an “internal settlement” along the lines of attempts in Zimbabwe and Namibia.

[643]

Kileff, Clive; & Pendleton, Wade C. (editors)

Urban Man in Southern Africa No. 67 (4th Quart. 1976), p. 73 Book review

[644]

Kimema, N.

In Kenya Now

No. 42 (3rd Quart. 1970), p. 17 Following the murder of Tom Mboya, banning of KPU, detention of Odinga Oginga, an appeal for militant action in Kenya.

[645]

Klimov, Elem (director)

Come and See

No. 111 (4th Quart. 1987), p. 122

Film review; reviewed together with

Platoon (Oliver Stone)



[646]

Kom, David

Le Cameroun: Essai D'Analyse Economique et Politique

No. 50 (3rd Quart. 1972), p. 98 Book review

[647]

Kostyukhin, Dmitry

The World Market Today

No. 82 (3rd Quart. 1980), p. 105 Book review

[648]

Kosukhin, Nikolai

Revolutionary Democracy in Africa No. 105 (2nd Quart. 1986), p. 93 Book review

[649]

Kotane, Moses M.

On the Death of J.B. Marks No. 51 (4th Quart. 1972), p. 5 Obituary

[650]

Kowet, Donald Kalinde

Land, Labour Migration, and Politics in Southern Africa: Botswana, Lesotho, and Swaziland

No. 82 (3rd Quart. 1980), p. 106 Book review

[651]

Kunene, Mazisi

Zulu Poems

No. 45 (2nd Quart. 1971), p. 114 Book review

[652]

Kuper, Leo

An African Bourgeoisie

No. 27 (4th Quart. 1966), p. 73 Book review


[653]

Kuzwayo, Ellen

Call Me Woman

No. 104 (1st Quart. 1986), p. 103

Book review

[654]

Labor

The Workers“ Fight for a New South Africa

No. 81 (2nd Quart. 1980), p. 58

On the 25th anniversary of SACTU.

[655]

Lacey, Marian

Working for Boroko

No. 91 (4th Quart. 1982), p. 95 Book review

[656]

La Guma, Alex (Editor)

Apartheid: A Collection of Writings on South African Racism by South Africans No. 50 (3rd Quart. 1972), p. 98

Book review

[657]

La Guma, Alex

Paul Robeson and Africa

No. 46 (3rd Quart. 1971), p. 113 Paper read to  symposium in Berlin

[658]

La Guma, Alex

Vietnam -  A People's Victory No. 53 (2nd Quart. 1973), p. 29 Impressions during January 1973.

[659]

La Guma, Alex

In the Fog of Seasons“ End

No. 54 (3rd Quart. 1973), p. 100 Book review



[660]

La Guma, Alex

Alexander Solzhenitsyn - “Life Through a Crooked Eye”

No. 56 (1st Quart. 1974), p. 69

The ideas and purposes of the Soviet writer by a prominent South African writer in exile.

[661]

La Guma, Alex

Time of the Butcherbird

No. 77 (2nd Quart. 1979), p. 110 Book review

[662]

La Guma, Alex

Report on the 2nd Congress of the Communist Party of Cuba

No. 85 (2nd Quart. 1981), p. 64

Extracts from speeches by Fidel Castro on the tasks of Communists at home and on the international scene.

[663]

Lamb, Geoff

Peasant Politics - Conflict and Development in Murang'a

No. 62 (3rd Quart. 1975), p. 100 Book review

[664]

Langa, A.

Tanzania Five Year Plans

No. 22 (3rd Quart. 1965), p. 41

[665]

Langa, A.

Elections in Tanzania

No. 23 (4th Quart. 1965), p. 50

[666]

Langa, A.

Nigeria: Behind the Coup

No. 25 (2nd Quart. 1966), p. 68


[667]

Langa, A.

South West Africa: The Phoney War Ends

No. 27 (4th Quart. 1966), p. 58

[668]

Langa, A.

Socialism and Rural Revolution

No. 34 (3rd Quart. 1968), p. 68

On the agrarian revolution in Africa

[669]

Langa, A.

Africa: Notes and Comments

No. 44 (1st Quart. 1971), p. 65 Uganda: The Common Man's Charter;

Morocco: King Hassan Hangs On; Sudan: Planning for Socialism?; Tanzania: Masses Acclaim Nyerere

[670]

Langa, A.

Africa: Notes and Comments

No. 45 (2nd Quart. 1971), p. 61

Sudan: A Backward Step; Lesotho: No Joy with Jonathan; Tanzania Four Get Life for Treason; “Spanish” Sahara

[671]

Langa, A.

Africa: Notes and Comments

No. 46 (3rd Quart. 1971), p. 81 France and Africa; Ernest Ouandie;

Tanzania

[672]

Langa, A.

Africa: Notes and Comments

No. 47 (4th Quart. 1971), p. 76 Tanzania: Debate Over Socialism; Chad: Fake Withdrawal; Malagasy: Slide into Crisis



[673]

Langa, A.

Africa: Notes and Comments

No. 48 (1st Quart. 1972), p. 87 Ghana; Uganda; Malagasy Republic; Zambia; Bonn's Nazi envoys in Africa

[674]

Langa, A.

Africa: Notes and Comments

No. 53 (2nd Quart. 1973), p. 96

Sudan: Trying to Make Friends; Zambia: The Next Battleground? Uganda: Is Amin Desperate? Rockefeller: Going Where the Bread Is.

[675]

Langa, A.

New Trends in African Nationalism

No. 69 (2nd Quart. 1977), p. 99

On the national question in relation to the South African revolution.

[676]

Langa, A.

Mobutu and his Imperialist Allies

No. 70 (3rd Quart. 1977), p. 90 Implications of the mass insurrection in Shaba, revealing discontent and rejection of a corrupt regime.

[677]

Langa, A.

Sudan's Communists Point the Way Forward

No. 71 (4th Quart. 1977), p. 84

Discussion of a document by the Sudanese CP analysing the internal situation, exposing the Nimeiri Government alliance with imperialism, and proposing a National Democratic Front.


[678]

Langa, A.

Africa's Links with the EEC Lead to Dependence

No. 82 (3rd Quart. 1980), p. 44

On the need for underdeveloped countries to diversify trade patterns and partners to avoid dangers of imperialism.

[679]

Langa, Mandla

Tenderness of Blood

No. 113 (2nd Quart. 1988), p. 123

Book review

[680]

Lanning, Greg; and Mueller, Marti~~

Africa Undermined

No. 82 (3rd Quart. 1980), p. 97 805Book review

[681]

Lapsley, Father Michael

We Must Join Hands Against the Common Enemy

No. 110 (3rd Quart. 1987), p. 64 One of two papers in the series

“Communists and Christians in the South African Revolution”. This was presented to a seminar on the theme “Socialism and Religion” in Harare, Zimbabwe, 28 February, 1987.

[682]

Lara, Lucio

How the Angolan Revolution was Built No. 74 (3rd Quart. 1978), p.18 Interview by Joe Slovo of a member of MPLA's Political Bureau

[683]

Lara, Lucio

The Angolan Revolution: Main Phases in the Development of MPLA

No. 75 (4th Quart. 1978), p. 53 Interview by Joe Slovo of a member of MPLA's Political Bureau



[684]

Lawler, James

IQ, Heritability and Racism No. 78 (3rd Quart. 1979), p. 97 Book review

[685]

Lee, Franz J.T.

S dafrika vor der Revolution? No. 54 (3rd Quart. 1973), p. 100 Book review

[686]

Legum, C. & M.

South Africa: Crisis for the West No. 19 (4th Quart. 1964), p. 86 Book review

[687]

Legwa, L.

Partitioning South Africa - Aspects of the Bantustan Scheme

No. 11 (4th Quart. 1962), p. 23

[688]

Lenin, V.I.

Speeches at Congresses of the Communist International

No. 53 (2nd Quart. 1973), p. 103 Book review

[689]

Lenkoe, John

October Lives on in South Africa

No. 71 (4th Quart. 1977), p. 16

A survey of its profound influence on the national liberation movements in Africa.

[690]

Lenong, Joyce

Child genocide in South Africa

No. 77 (2nd Quart. 1979), p. 21

On how the United Nations“ Declaration of the Rights of the Child is violated by apartheid.


[691]

L. E.

Year of the Spear: Moorosi - Chief of the Baphuti

No. 79 (4th Quart. 1979), p. 64 An account of his life.

[692]

Lerumo, A. and Cohen, A.

Central African Federation - Burying the Corpse

No. 12 (1st Quart. 1963), p. 77

[693]

Lerumo, A.

A Historial Step Forward (Formation of the All-African Federation of Trade Unions)

No. 2 (April 1960), p. 7

[694]

Lerumo, A.

The Agony of South Africa

No. 3 (September 1960), p. 26

[695]

Lerumo, A.

After 40 Years (Anniversary of the Communist Party of South Africa) No. 7 (September 1961), p. 62

[696]

Lerumo, A.

Forms and Methods of Struggle in the National Liberation Revolution

No. 8 (1st Quart. 1962), p. 12

[697]

Lerumo, A.

The South African Democratic Revolution

No. 9 (2nd Quart. 1962), p. 43

[698]

Lerumo, A.

Africa and World Peace

No. 10 (3rd Quart. 1962), p. 45



[699]

Lerumo, A.

South Africa is at War

No. 14 (3rd Quart. 1963), p. 13

[700]

Lerumo, A.

The Battle for the Congo

No. 20 (1st Quart. 1965), p. 19

[701]

Lerumo, A.

Liberation of the Southland No. 24 (1st Quart. 1966), p. 49 On the Rhodesian crisis.

[702]

Lerumo, A.

Showdown in Kenya

No. 26 (3rd Quart. 1966), p. 47

[703]

Lerumo, A.

Our People In the U.S.A.

No. 33 (2nd Quart. 1968), p. 12

The assassination of Martin Luther King; Negro oppression; the “Black Power” slogan; relationship between Africa and the freedom struggle in the USA.

[704]

Lerumo, A.

Fifty Years of the Communist Party - 1: How the Party Was Formed

No. 44 (1st Quart. 1971), p. 83 History of the CPSA to 1921.

[705]

Lerumo, A.

Fifty Years of the Communist Party - 2: The Stormy Twenties

No. 45 (2nd Quart. 1971), p. 90 Development of Leninist understanding of national and colonial questions.


[706]

Lerumo, A.

Fifty Years of the Communist Party - 3: From `Fusion“ to Fascism

No. 46 (3rd Quart. 1971), p. 29

Fascism and war in the late 1930's, and the Party is driven underground when the Nationalist Party comes to power

[707]

Lerumo, A.

Fifty Years of the Communist Party - 4: Apartheid, Resistance, and Armed Struggle No. 47 (4th Quart. 1971), p. 39

The Suppression of Communism Act 1950, and adaptation to underground struggle.

[708]

Lerumo, A.

Fifty Fighting Years

No. 49 (2nd Quart. 1972), p. 105 Book review

[709]

Lerumo, A.

Socialism for Africa

No. 56 (1st Quart. 1974), p. 105 Socialism, Marxist thought, and their meaning for Africa.

[710]

Lerumo, A.

David Ivon Jones - 1883-1924 No. 58 (3rd Quart. 1974), p. 61 A memoir.

[711]

Lerumo, A.

Socialism - The Live Reality

No. 58 (3rd Quart. 1974), p. 86 Socialism, Marxist thought, and their meaning for Africa.



[712]

Letsema

Family Planning in South Africa - a Kind of Genocide?

No. 90 (3rd Quart. 1982), p. 73

A study of the implications of the policy of compulsory measures to bring down the population growth. In South Africa this means compulsory sterilisation of Blacks at the behest of the white minority.

[713]

Letsema

Slave Labour on a Ciskei Farm: Why the Workers are in Revolt

No. 97 (2nd Quart. 1984), p. 91

An interview with an ex-manager of a Ciskei citrus project owned by the Ciskei National Development Corporation.

[714]

Letters to the Editors What our Readers Write No. 6 (July 1961), p. 50

[715]

Letters to the Editors

What our Readers Write

No. 7 (September 1961), p. 83

[716]

Letters to the Editors

What our Readers Write

No. 8 (1st Quart. 1962), p. 72

[717]

Letters to the Editors

What our Readers Write

No. 9 (2nd Quart. 1962), p. 75

[718]

Letters to the Editors

What our Readers Write

No. 10 (3rd Quart. 1962), p. 69


[719]

Letters to the Editors

What our Readers Write

No. 11 (4th Quart. 1962), p. 91

[720]

Letters to the Editors

What our Readers Write

No. 12 (1st Quart. 1963), p. 84

[721]

Letters to the Editors

What our Readers Write

No. 13 (2nd Quart. 1963), p. 98

[722]

Letters to the Editors

What our Readers Write

No. 15 (4th Quart. 1963), p. 118

[723]

Letters to the Editors

What our Readers Write

No. 16 (1st Quart. 1964), p. 87

[724]

Letters to the Editors

What our Readers Write

No. 17 (2nd Quart. 1964), p. 55

[725]

Letters to the Editors

What our Readers Write

No. 18 (3rd Quart. 1964), p. 98

[726]

Letters to the Editors

What our Readers Write

No. 19 (4th Quart. 1964), p. 93

[727]

Letters to the Editors

What our Readers Write

No. 26 (3rd Quart. 1966), p. 84



[728]

Letters to the Editors

What our Readers Write

No. 27 (4th Quart. 1966), p. 89

[729]

Letters to the Editors

What our Readers Write

No. 29 (2nd Quart. 1967), p. 76

[730]

Letters to the Editors

What our Readers Write

No. 31 (4th Quart. 1967), p. 94

[731]

Letters to the Editors

What our Readers Write

No. 34 (3rd Quart. 1968), p. 82

[732]

Letters to the Editors

No. 35 (4th Quart. 1968), p. 92

On Algeria (Henri Alleg), Ghana (June Milne), Czechoslovakia (a group of South African students in the G.D.R.)

[733]

Letters to the Editors

-----

No. 37 (2nd Quart. 1969), p. 56

About Nigeria (from Toussaint), Idris Cox, and J. Girodot); Algeria (from Henri Alleg); Afro-Americans (from D.I.); Kenya (from

P.O. Ombok).

[734]

Letters to the Editors

-----

No. 38 (3rd Quart. 1969), p. 86

On Nigeria and Biafra (Udobo Adams, replying to A. Zanzolo); praising the “African Communist” (Randolph Schutz and

A.S. Mcgrotty)


[735]

Letters to the Editors

-----

No. 40 (1st Quart. 1970), p. 110

On the Coloured People (W.A. Malgas); on the “African Communist"”s tenth anniversary (K. Zarodov, Joseph Grigulevich, John Gollan, Einar Olgeirsson; O.B.D.E.)

[736]

Letters to the Editors

-----

No. 41 (2nd Quart. 1970), p. 120

On the tenth anniversary of the “African Communist” (Eduardo Gallegos Mancera, Joao Mendes, `African Revolutionary“)

[737]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 44 (1st Quart. 1971), p. 125

On 10th anniversary of the “African Communist” (G. Ifekamadu Ewuzie); On dialogue with the white ruling class in South Africa(J. Mbodla)

[738]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 46 (3rd Quart. 1971), p. 120

~On Ghana-Soviet relations (R. Kiya- Hinidza)

[739]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 50 (3rd Quart. 1972), p. 120

~Maoist policy (Harold Kamara); on Fifty Fighting Years (Ray Simons); on the “African Communist” (Jimmy Ferguson); on the Dyson-First discussion, in “African Communist”, No. 49 (2nd Quart. 1972), p. 88 (“Constant Reader”)



[740]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 53 (2nd Quart. 1973), p. 112

On the role of the proletariat in Africa (Jack Woddis) ~

[741]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 55 (4th Quart. 1973), p. 123 Comment on “Egypt - Crisis of the Revolution” by Ibrahim Abdel Halim, No. 54 (3rd Quart. 1973), p. 82 (J.B.)~

[742]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 58 (3rd Quart. 1974), p. 122

On Athol Fugard's Sizwe Banzi is Dead and the homelands (R.K.).

[743]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 59 (4th Quart. 1974), p. 128 On the murder of John Dube (Mava Lobengula)

[744]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 60 (1st Quart. 1975), p. 124

On developments in the Philippines (Samuel Jacinto)

[745]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 61 (2nd Quart. 1975), p. 108

On the situation in Zimbabwe (Mava Lobengula); on racist comments by Vladimir Bukovsky and Semyon Gluzman (A. Bakaya)


[746]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 62 (3rd Quart. 1975), p. 111

Resisting fascist interrogation and Bandiet by Hugh Lewin (Florence Modisane); Neo- colonialism in Africa (Stewart Smith); Vorster's army is not invincible (J. Villiers); Brazil (Luiz Carlos Prestes)

[747]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 64 (1st Quart. 1976), p. 126 From Ben Chaba on youth and the revolution

[748]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 65 (2nd Quart. 1976), p. 113

On resisting Fascist interrogation (an ex- prisoner)

[749]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 66 (3rd Quart. 1976), p. 105

On the revolutionary situation (Vernett Mbatha); on Paul Robeson and the Working Class (Idris Cox)

[750]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 68 (1st Quart. 1977), p. 130 Criticising the terms of the International Resolution of the SACP in “African Communist”, 1976, 1st Quart. No. 64 (Sol Flapan)

[751]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 69 (2nd Quart. 1977), p. 122

Which class will rule in Zimbabwe? (Jama Somhlolo)



[752]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 70 (3rd Quart. 1977), p. 116

On China (Charles Oladipo Akinde, Nigeria; Spider Hintsa, South Africa)

[753]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 72 (1st Quart. 1978), p. 102

Do Bantustans equal neo-colonialism? (Arnold Selby)

[754]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 74 (3rd Quart. 1978), p. 110

The 1946 miners“ strike (Dan O'Meara)

[755]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 76 (1st Quart. 1979), p. 120 Are Bantustans neo-colonies? (S.P. Madlandawonye)

[756]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 78 (3rd Quart. 1979), p. 108 “Muldergate” scandal (S.A.B.)

[757]

Letters to the Editor

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No. 78 (3rd Quart. 1979), p. 105 Political parties in Lesotho (Moeketsi K. Seotsanyana)

[758]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 81 (2nd Quart. 1980), p. 87

Whom does Buthelezi speak for (Comrade X, Kwamashu Township, Durban); China's role of sabotage (Spider)


[759]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 82 (3rd Quart. 1980), p. 109

Reply to the review of her novel Burger's Daughter (Nadine Gordimer)

[760]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 83 (4th Quart. 1980), p. 86

On Black Consciousness and the South African revolution (Khumalo Migwe)

[761]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 84 (1st Quart. 1981), p. 89

On political preparation for military struggle (Jersey Jones); on armed struggle in Zimbabwe (Zondo Sakala)

[762]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 86 (3rd Quart. 1981), p. 104

On Black Consciousness and the ANC (from Moyahabo Moloantoa; see the letter from Khumalo Migwe, No. 83 (4th Quart. 1980), p. 86)

[763]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 88 (1st Quart. 1982), p. 100

The Catholic Church and the Polish Crisis (Klaus Maphepha, Maputo); Mao, Vietnam, and the SA Revolution (ANC Khumalo, Maputo)

[764]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 89 (2nd Quart. 1982), p. 109 Education and the Youth (Khulu Mbatha)



[765]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 90 (3rd Quart. 1982), p. 106 Role of the Peasantry in the Chinese

Revolution (Vuyisile Makhapela, Paris)

[766]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 91 (4th Quart. 1982), p. 101

On the Mozambique Revolution and National Question (Nyawuza); Danger of Militarism - We Must Fight on Every Front (Thanduxolo Nokwanda); We Must Expose the Collaborators (Phila Ndhlovu).

[767]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 92 (1st Quart. 1983), p. 108 Problems of Ideology and the National Liberation Movement (Luthando Sizwe, Luanda)

[768]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 93 (2nd Quart. 1983), p. 99

For the Nation to Live the Tribe Must Die (Spectator's reply to Nyawuza; for previous contributions see article by Spectator, No. 89 (2nd Quart. 1982), p. 30; and letter by

Nyawuza, No. 91 (4th Quart. 1982), p. 101); on the ANC's educational policies (Kwanele and Gagashe Nondaba); on the youth (Boy Moremi)


[769]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 94 (3rd Quart. 1983), p. 104

On the two-nation theory and the role of imperialism (Mandla; reply to the article by Christos Theodoropoulos, “Colonialism of a Special Type and Its Implications”, No. 91 (4th Quart. 1982), p. 53); a school in exile is a South African society in microcosm (C.T.); who are the heroes of the past? (Nyawuza; continuation of the discussion with Spectator, “For the nation to live the tribe must die” - see Letters to the Editor, No. 91 (2nd Quart. 1983) and references therein).

[770]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 96 (1st Quart. 1984), p. 108

On the role of education in the struggle for national liberation (Boy Moremi, Bulgaria)

[771]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 97 (2nd Quart. 1984), p. 104

On the emancipation of women (from a comrade in Botswana); on national liberation and independence (from Christos Theodoropoulos)

[772]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 98 (3rd Quart. 1984), p. 89

The armed struggle in fiction (T., on the review of Hilda Bernstein: Death is Part of the Process, No. 96 (1st Quart. 1984), p.

92); the Korean airplane incident (ANC Khumalo; on editorial, No. 96 (1st Quart. 1984), p. 23)



[773]

Letters to the Editor

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No. 99 (4th Quart. 1984), p. 106

On ideological struggle in trade unions (from comrades in Africa, responding to Toussaint, “A Trade Union is Not a Political Party”, No. 93 (2nd Quart. 1983), p. 35); on sexual equality in the movement (a comrade in Lesotho, replying to a letter in No. 97 (2nd Quart. 1984), p. 104)

[774]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 100 (1st Quart. 1985), p. 112

“There must be a place for Michael K” (Miss Czeslawa Misztal, in response to review of J.M. Coetzee: Life and Times of Michael K., No. 97 (2nd Quart. 1984), p. 101); racism and the civilizing mission of the colonialists (P. Nto); united we shall be victorious, divided, destroyed (Boy Moremi); tortured to death (Anti-Fascist)

[775]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 101 (2nd Quart. 1985), p. 109

The Intelligentsia Must Be Won Over to Our Side (Comrades in Africa); How Freedom Can be Won (Betha Sofe Dlandawonye)

[776]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 102 (3rd Quart. 1985), p. 124

Production relations under apartheid (Stofilis, Lusaka; a reply to Denga, No. 100 (1st Quart. 1985), p. 65); British and U.S. Chicanery in Guyana (Janet Jagan, Executive Secretary, People's Progressive Party; see No. 100 (1st Quart. 1985), p. 5); on the review of: Sol Plaatje: South African Nationalist, No. 100 (1st Quart. 1985), p.

106 (the author, Brian Willan).


[777]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 103 (4th Quart. 1985), p. 111

On the dangers of anti-Communism (B.S.A., Berlin); developments in Nigeria (D.C.A., Unza, Lusaka).

[778]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 104 (1st Quart. 1986), p. 108

On the “Two-Stage” theory and the balance of forces (Langa Mzansi, Maputo; reply to Nyawuza, No. 103 (4th Quart.

1985), p. 45); Impresssions of a delegate to the 12th Festival of Youth and Students (Rosita, Maputo)

[779]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 105 (2nd Quart. 1986), p. 107

Step up the offensive (Maciste Sesupo, Lusaka); Strengthening the revolutionary movement (Khululwe); Fight against Fascism (Ernst Diedrich, Warin, G.D.R.); Homage to Bram Fischer (James Ndaba)

[780]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 106 (3rd Quart. 1986), p. 105

On new “Marxist” tendencies and the battle of ideas (a reader, Maputo; replying to Nyawuza, No. 103 (4th Quart. 1985), p. 45); on organisation as a weapon for victory (Len Khumalo); on the response to the call to render South Africa ungovernable.



[781]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 107 (4th Quart. 1986), p. 116

On the role of the church in the liberation struggle (Abu Hassan); Marxism-Leninism and the party of a new type (Mafosi Shombela, Lusaka)

[782]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 108 (1st Quart. 1987), p. 87

On Communism and religion (“A friend in South Africa”, and “Church Worker in South Africa”); on revolutionary theory (C.M., Somafco; Christos Theodoropoulos; and a miner in the Orange Free State).

[783]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 109 (2nd Quart. 1987), p. 106

Anti-Communism: A Major Challenge to all Patriots (Comrade Marc); Armed Seizure of Power: A Revolutionary Objective (Prodigal Hondo);

[784]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 110 (3rd Quart. 1987), p. 127

Opposition to Lesotho ties with South Africa (Frank Letsie, Maseru)

[785]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 111 (4th Quart. 1987), p. 125

The necessity of national liberation and the myth of socialism now (Moreku Gaitherule); the struggle against Bantustans (A.M., Bophutatswana)


[786]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 112 (1st Quart. 1988), p. 95 Can believers be true Communists?

(Mayibuye, Lusaka); Communists and Christians are allies in the struggle (Quincy, somewhere in Africa); Religion vs Marxism (S. Romodise, Lesotho); We must invade the white laager (BSA, Berlin, GDR); O.R. Tambo at seventy (Mthetheleli, Lusaka); On perestroika (Eye-witness, Luanda)

[787]

Letters to the Editor

-----

No. 113 (2nd Quart. 1988), p. 126

Black and white in a film about shadows (A. Romero, Zimbabwe).

[788]

Letters to the Editor

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No. 114 (3rd Quart. 1988), p. 104

The significance of perestroika and glasnost for South African revolutionaries (Dubula Makanda); Oliver Stone's Platoon (Owen Ben Sichone, St. Edmund's College, Cambridge); The right of self- determination in the United States (Ken Biggs, Prague).

[789]

Letters to the Editor

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No. 115 (4th Quart. 1988), p. 118

On people's war (Kev); on perestroika and glasnost (Sindie); on the failure of Bantustan policy (M.M.A., Bophuthatswana); on the transition from capitalism to communism (Brian Christie, Glasgow); tribute from a reader (A.Y. Coleman, Ghana).



[790]

Levinson, Dierdre

Five Years

No. 27 (4th Quart. 1966), p. 73 Book review

[791]

Levy, Norman

The Foundations of the South African Cheap Labour System

No. 94 (3rd Quart. 1983), p. 98 Book review

[792]

Lewin, Hugh

Bandiet

No. 60 (1st Quart. 1975), p. 99 Book review

[793]

Lewis, Rupert

Marcus Garvey, Anti-Colonial Champion

No. 113 (2nd Quart. 1988), p. 113

Book review

[794]

Leys, Colin

Underdevelopment in Kenya - The Political Economy of Neo-Colonialism

No. 62 (3rd Quart. 1975), p. 100 Book review

[795]

Liebenow, J. Gus

Liberia: The Evolution of Privilege No. 44 (1st Quart. 1971), p. 99 Book review

[796]

Lightfoot, Claude M.

Negro Oppression and U.S. Foreign Policy

No. 25 (2nd Quart. 1966), p. 33

[797]

Lightfoot, Claude M.

Black America and the World Revolution

No. 46 (3rd Quart. 1971), p. 91 Book review


[798]

Lightfoot, Claude M.

Racism and Human Survival: Lessons of Nazi Germany for Today's World

No. 54 (3rd Quart. 1973), p. 100 Book review

[799]

Little, Kenneth

Women in Towns: An Aspect of Africa's Social Revolution

No. 60 (1st Quart. 1975), p. 99 Book review

[800]

Lloyd, Alan

The Zulu War

No. 58 (3rd Quart. 1974), p. 113 Book review

[801]

Lobengula, Mava

Detente - A Tactical Offensive by Vorster

No. 63 (4th Quart. 1975), p. 102 South African policy of “dialogue” or “detente” with other African states - a device to secure their co-operation in continuing the apartheid regime.

[802]

Lodge, Tom

Black Politics in South Africa Since 1945

No. 99 (4th Quart. 1984), p. 94 Book review

[803]

Lodge, Tom

Resistance and Ideology in Settler Studies

No. 111 (4th Quart. 1987), p. 116

Book review

[804]

Lopes, Carlos

Guinea-Bissau From Liberation to Independent Statehood

No. 112 (1st Quart. 1988), p. 85 Book review



[805]

Luckhardt, Ken & Wall, Brenda Organise...Or Starve: The History of the South African Congress of Trade Unions No. 85 (2nd Quart. 1981), p. 109

Book review

[806]

Luthuli, A.J.

No Arms for South Africa

No. 14 (3rd Quart. 1963), p. 67 Document

[807]

Mabhida, Moses and Yusuf Dadoo

26th Congress of the CPSU: The Voice of Reason, Peace, Freedom and Socialism No. 86 (3rd Quart. 1981), p. 46

The SACP's delegates give their impressions of the proceedings.

[808]

Mabhida, Moses

Speeches at 60th Anniversary meeting of SACP, 30 July 1981

No. 87 (4th Quart. 1981), p. 16 With Oliver Tambo.

[809]

Mabhida, Moses

Youth Must Study and Learn from History

No. 92 (1st Quart. 1983), p. 75

Document: address by the General Secretary of the SACP to the ANC Youth Conference (Mazimbu, Morogoro, August 1982).

[810]

Mabhida, Moses

Marx Belongs to Everyone

No. 95 (4th Quart. 1983), p. 16

Paper delivered at a conference in New York to mark the centenary of Marx's death by the General Secretary of the SACP.


[811]

Mabhida, Moses

100 Issues of the African Communist

No. 100 (1st Quart. 1985), p. 5

A special message from the General Secretary of the SACP.

[812]

Macandrew

Africa Notes and Comment

No. 101 (2nd Quart. 1985), p. 73 Ethiopia: Socialist and Capitalist Aid; Swaziland: Not yet Uhuru; Lesotho: No Truck With Apartheid

[813]

Machel, Samora

Women's Liberation is Essential for the Revolution

No. 61 (2nd Quart. 1975), p. 37 Reprint of a speech made in honour of 1975 International Women's Year

[814]

Machel, Samora

Consolidating People's Power in Mozambique

No. 72 (1st Quart. 1978), p. 32

Speech at the opening of First People's Assembly of the People's Republic of Mozambique.

[815]

Mackenzie, Peter

Malagasy Breakthrough

No. 51 (4th Quart. 1972), p. 111 Background to events.

[816]

Mackinnon, Edward; Kalla, Ginna; & Green, John

Writings Beyond the Wall: Literature from the German Democratic Republic

No. 80 (1st Quart. 1980), p. 107 Book review



[817]

Mackintosh, Peter

Fascist South Africa Today

No. 15 (4th Quart. 1963), p. 66

[818]

Mackintosh, Peter

When Thieves Fall Out

No. 40 (1st Quart. 1970), p. 60

An analysis of the class and historical factors behind the `verkrampte“ and

`verligte“ wings of Afrikaner nationalism in the context of the April 1970 general election in South Africa.

[819]

Mackintosh, Peter

A Communist in the Truest Mold No. 62 (3rd Quart. 1975), p. 27 Bram Fischer's biography.

[820]

Mackintosh, Peter

One-Man One-Vote in Namibia - What it Means

No. 74 (3rd Quart. 1978), p. 84

An examination of the continued South African obstacle to free and fair elections.

[821]

Mackintosh, Peter

South Africa and the Fight for Peace

No. 84 (1st Quart. 1981), p. 46

The role of the South African liberation movement, and the World Parliament of the Peoples for Peace (September 23-27, 1980); and see correction, No. 86 (3rd Quart. 1981),

p. 23

[822]

Mackintosh, Peter

Is the Communist Party Programme Still Valid?

No. 109 (2nd Quart. 1987), p. 31

A survey of the relationship between national and class struggle and the steps by which the Communist Party policy and programme have evolved.


[823]

Madunagu, Eddie

Problems of Socialism: The Nigerian Challenge

No. 94 (3rd Quart. 1983), p. 91 Book review

[824]

Magubane, Bernard

The Political Economy of Race and Class in South Africa

No. 83 (4th Quart. 1980), p. 70 Book review

[825]

Magubane, Bernard; & Nzongola-Ntalaja (Editors)

Proletarianization and Class Struggle in Africa

No. 96 (1st Quart. 1984), p. 90 Book review

[826]

Mahlalela, L.N.

Dramatic Growth of the Democratic Trade Union Movement

No. 101 (2nd Quart. 1985), p. 51

A study of how, for the first time in South African history, the African workers form the largest group of organised workers.

[827]

Mahlalela, L.N.

Workerism and Economism

No. 104 (1st Quart. 1986), p. 77

An examination of how workerism leads, like economism and reformism, into isolation from the political struggle and into incorporation by the State machinery.



[828]

Mahlekelathini

We Must Win Over the African Middle Strata

No. 100 (1st Quart. 1985), p. 87

A discussion of the duty of the liberation movement to unite and mobilise every section of the population who suffer under apartheid, and not to allow sectarianism to alienate potential allies.

[829]

Mahon, John

Harry Pollitt

No. 68 (1st Quart. 1977), p. 112 Book review

[830]

Majola, Sisa

A Tale of Two Nations: The Presentation of the National Question in South Africa

No. 97 (2nd Quart. 1984), p. 40

The application of Leninist principles to the national problem in South Africa.

[831]

Majola, Sisa

Education for Revolution

No. 103 (4th Quart. 1985), p. 30

A discussion of the educational policy of the liberation movement, which should be to produce trained cadres operating within the organisational framework, and under the discipline, of the movement to further the objectives of the revolution.

[832]

Majola, Sisa

Nation and Class in the South African Revolution

No. 105 (2nd Quart. 1986), p. 40

An analysis of the relationship between proletarian internationalism and the struggle for national liberation.


[833]

Majola, Sisa

The Beginnings of People's Power No. 106 (3rd Quart. 1986), p. 49 A discussion of how the people's

communes in the townships, coinciding with the collapse of apartheid institutions, open the way to the practical implementation of the reforms outlined in the Freedom Charter.

[834]

Majola, Sisa

The Two Stages of Our Revolution No. 110 (3rd Quart. 1987), p. 39 A discussion of the subjective and

objective factors which must coincide before socialism can be achieved.

[835]

Majola, Sisa

Perestroika and Class Struggle

No. 113 (2nd Quart. 1988), p. 91

A comprehensive review of Mikhail Gorbachov's book Perestroika - New Thinking for Our Country and the World.

[836]

Majola, Sisa

To Whom Does South Africa Belong?

No. 115 (4th Quart. 1988), p. 93

A review of Francis Meli's new book, South Africa Belongs to Us - A History of the ANC.

[837]

Makana, M.K.

The Poetry of Agostinho Neto

No. 81 (2nd Quart. 1980), p. 66

Review of the work of the late president of Angola.

[838]

Makhoere, Caesarina Kona

No Child's Play

No. 115 (4th Quart. 1988), p. 99 Book review



[839]

Makwugo Okoye and P. Tlale

Africa and Democracy

No. 19 (4th Quart. 1964), p. 60

[840]

Malapo, N. and Ngotyana, B.

African Workers and the National Struggle

No. 44 (1st Quart. 1971), p. 56

Industrial Conciliation Act, job reservation, white unions, and development of national consciousness among black workers.

[841]

Maleke, Checkmate

From Soweto to Socialism

No. 91 (4th Quart. 1982), p.49

“How I joined the Communist Party”

[842]

Malgas, Willem Abram

The Coloured People of South Africa No. 34 (3rd Quart. 1968), p. 51 Origins, aspirations, struggles, and

orientation of their resistance movement.

[843]

Malgas, Willem Abram On the Coloured People

No. 40 (1st Quart. 1970), p. 108

Letter to the Editor; see reply by Mthikrakra and Dlomdlayo.

[844]

Malindi, Joyce

Uganda's `Asian Problem“ Created by Imperialists

No. 53 (2nd Quart. 1973), p. 70

The historical causes of racial stratification in East Africa, icluding Uganda, and the class basis for the problems.


[845]

Malinga, Phineas

The Overdue Funeral of Mr Rhodes

No. 39 (4th Quart. 1969), p. 39

The interconnection between British and South African interests in Zambia“s mineral resources and relevance for the liberation of Southern Africa.

[846]

Malinga, Phineas

Oppenheimer's Role in S.A. Imperialism No. 44 (1st Quart. 1971), p. 38 Development of Anglo-American Corporation.

[847]

Malinga, Phineas

Ten Years of the Republic

No. 46 (3rd Quart. 1971), p. 58 State of liberation movement on anniversary

[848]

Malinga, Phineas

Africa: Notes and Comments No. 49 (2nd Quart. 1972), p. 99 Zambia, Ghana, Morocco.

[849]

Malinga, Phineas

Africa: Notes and Comments

No. 50 (3rd Quart. 1972), p. 88 Mobutu“s `Authenticity“ Campaign;

Sudan: The Terror Continues; Zambia: The Great Debate; Uganda: Marching Orders for Israelis; West German Imperialism and Cabora Bassa

[850]

Malinga, Phineas

Africa: Notes and Comments

No. 56 (1st Quart. 1974), p. 100

Zaire - ultra-left? Cameroon; South Africa and the Israelis



[851]

Malinga, Phineas

The Economy - Crisis in the Midst of Prosperity

No. 59 (4th Quart. 1974), p. 72

High gold profits have not helped the South African economic system.

[852]

Malinga, Phineas

Imperialism Struggles to Save Southern Africa

No. 62 (3rd Quart. 1975), p. 34

An analysis of the shifts in the form of imperialist control, and the manner in which imperialists are trying to build a united front by streamlining and co-ordinating their interests.

[853]

Malinga, Phineas

The Golden Key

No. 64 (1st Quart. 1976), p. 56

The role of gold with special reference to the current crisis of capitalism, with special reference to South Africa.

[854]

Malinga, Phineas

South African Imperialism - The Balance Sheet for 1976

No. 67 (4th Quart. 1976), p. 36 Changing policies of the Vorster

government to take into account the altered circumstances in Africa since the policy of “dialogue” was first propounded.

[855]

Malinga, Phineas

Transkeian Cats Out of the Bag

No. 69 (2nd Quart. 1977), p. 35 Examination of the treaties between South Africa and Transkei.


[856]

Malinga, Phineas

Turning Point in Namibia

No. 71 (4th Quart. 1977), p. 70 Attempts by South Africa and its

imperialist allies to halt the momentum of the liberation struggle and instal a neo- colonialist regime.

[857]

Malinga, Phineas

Prisoners of Fascism

No. 75 (4th Quart. 1978), p. 47

A call to the international community for greater efforts to secure the release of Nelson Mandela and other political prisoners.

[858]

Malinga, Phineas

Gold and the Dollar

No. 77 (2nd Quart. 1979), p. 78

South Africa's dependence on gold, and the implications of the mines for the liberation movement.

[859]

Malinga, Phineas

What is the Commonwealth?

No. 81 (2nd Quart. 1980), p. 40

An examination of the consequences of the influence of bourgeois-dominated Britain, promoting British imperialism and neo- colonialism.

[860]

Malinga, Phineas

Frontline States Try to Break the Shackles No. 86 (3rd Quart. 1981), p. 60 Examination of attempts by a number of African states to lessen their economic dependence on South Africa.



[861]

Malinga, Phineas & Singh, T. Africa Notes and Comment No. 91 (4th Quart. 1982), p. 66

Kenya: No Uhuru Yet; Chad: No Advance for the People; Mauritius: Victory for the Left

[862]

Malinga, Phineas

White South Africa at the Crossroads

No. 92 (1st Quart. 1983), p. 22

An examination of Botha's `power-sharing“ constitutional plan, which represents a significant shift in the balance of class forces.

[863]

Malinga, Phineas

A Role for the African Bourgeoisie?

No. 95 (4th Quart. 1983), p. 58

A discussion of the Botha plan to establish a Southern African Development Bank and the attempt to stimulate a class of African collaborators.

[864]

Malinga, Phineas

South African Economy Dominated by Monopoly Capital: The “Big Boys” Take Over

No. 98 (3rd Quart. 1984), p. 34

While the monopolies concentrate their forces to win ever-increasing profits, black living standards deteriorate.

[865]

Malinga, Phineas

Ahmed Sekou Tour‚ - An African Tragedy

No. 100 (1st Quart. 1985), p. 56

A political biography of the late President of Guinea, who opened an era of independence for his country by rejecting French neo- colonialism, but later capitulated.


[866]

Malinga, Phineas

State of Emergency Leads to Rand Collapse

No. 103 (4th Quart. 1985), p. 63

An explanation of how the distortions of apartheid cause South Africa to suffer more than most countries from the consequences of “world” recession.

[867]

Malinga, Phineas

Sanctions: Imperialism Looks After its Own

No. 104 (1st Quart. 1986), p. 50 How imperialism plans to fob off the demands for sanctions against South Africa.

[868]

Malinga, Phineas

Indaba for a Quiet Capitalist Life

No. 110 (3rd Quart. 1987), p. 72

A critical examination of the constitutional proposals of the Kwazulu-Natal Indaba, which are designed to prevent the ANC from exercising power for the people.

[869]

Malinga, Phineas

The U.S. Economy in Decline

No. 114 (3rd Quart. 1988), p. 43

The quantities of dollars now in non- American hands are so vast that the US Government is no longer in control of its own economy.

[870]

Manchka, Pyotr

Africa on the New Road

No. 54 (3rd Quart. 1973), p. 100 Book review



[871]

Mandela, Nelson

Unite! Mobilise! Fight On!

No. 83 (4th Quart. 1980), p. 82 Document; statement smuggled out of Robben Island prison.

[872]

Mandela, Winnie

Part of My Soul

No. 106 (3rd Quart. 1986), p. 92 Book review

[873]

Marchetti, Victor; & Marks, John D. The CIA and the Cult of Intelligence No. 61 (2nd Quart. 1975), p. 98 Book review

[874]

Marcus, Tessa

Restructuring in Commercial Agriculture in South Africa

No. 108 (1st Quart. 1987), p. 83 Book review

[875]

Mar‚, Gerald; & Hamilton, Georgina

An Appetite for Power: Buthelezi's Inkatha and South Africa

No. 115 (4th Quart. 1988), p. 85 Book review

[876]

Marinov, A.

Africa and the European Common Market

No. 49 (2nd Quart. 1972), p. 39

The possible implications for African countries brought into associated status with the EEC, in the light of Britain's entry.

[877]

Marks, John “Beaver”

South Africa and Peace

No. 15 (4th Quart. 1963), p. 99 Document


[878]

Marks, John “Beaver”

October, Africa and National Liberation

No. 31 (4th Quart. 1967), p. 15

[879]

Marks, John “Beaver”

Breaking the Shackles

No. 51 (4th Quart. 1972), p. 6 Reprint from World Marxist Review (posthumous tribute).

[880]

Marks, Shula

Reluctant Rebellion

No. 44 (1st Quart. 1971), p. 99 Book review

[881]

Marks, Shula & Rathbone, Richard (editors)

Industrialisation and Social Change in South Africa, African class formation, culture and consciousness 1870-1930 No. 95 (4th Quart. 1983), p. 108

Book review

[882]

Marxist-Leninist Parties Manifesto for Colonial Freedom No. 4 (January 1961), p. 2

Extract from the Statement of 81 Parties,

Moscow, September 1960

[883]

Matajo, E.R.

World Trade Union Conference Against Apartheid

No. 53 (2nd Quart. 1973), p. 63

Issues to be discussed at conference to be held under the auspices of the I.L.O. and U.N.O., and demands which should be placed by S.A.C.T.U.



[884]

Matajo, R.E.

A New Weapon to Smash Trade Union Apartheid

No. 55 (4th Quart. 1973), p. 57

The inside story of the International Trade Union Conference against Apartheid, Geneva; 15-16 June, 1973.

[885]

Matajo, R.E.

Workers Take the Revolutionary Path

No. 85 (2nd Quart. 1981), p.20

The significance of the countrywide strikes in 1980 and the failure of the policy of repression and restriction to dampen workers“ militancy; and an analysis of the challenges and opportunities ahead.

[886]

Matajo, R.E.

Black Trade Unions Set the Pace

No. 89 (2nd Quart. 1982), p. 20

Survey of the Trade Union situation in South Africa in 1981.

[887]

Matajo, R.E.

Obstacles on the Road to Trade Union Unity

No. 98 (3rd Quart. 1984), p. 43

A survey of the trade union situation and the steps which have been taken by non-racial unions to form a united federation.

[888]

Mathews, A.S.

Law, Order and Liberty in South Africa

No. 52 (1st Quart. 1973), p. 124 Book review

[889]

Matshoba, Mtutuzeli

Call Me Not a Man

No. 85 (2nd Quart. 1981), p. 114 Book review


[890]

Mattera, Don

Gone With the Twilight: A Story of Sophiatown

No. 113 (2nd Quart. 1988), p. 121

Book review

[891]

Matthews, Z.K.

Freedom for my People (Autobiography) No. 87 (4th Quart. 1981), p. 84

Book review

[892]

Maxwell, George

Problems of the African Revolution

No. 1 (October 1959), p. 22

[893]

Maya, Henry

The Imperialist Threat to Africa - 1: Uganda

No. 45 (2nd Quart. 1971), p. 37 Consequences of ousting of President Obote for Britain, Israel, and S.A. See also article by B. Tau on Guinea.

[894]

“Mayibuye” (ANC Journal)

The National Question in South Africa No. 64 (1st Quart. 1976), p. 111 Document

[895]

Mayson, Cedric

A Certain Sound - The Struggle for Liberation in South Africa

No. 106 (3rd Quart. 1986), p. 94 Book review



[896]

Mayson, Cedric

The Comradeship of Marx and Jesus No. 110 (3rd Quart. 1987), p. 52 One of two papers in the series

“Communists and Christians in the South African Revolution”. This deals with the need for followers of Marx and Jesus to discard their prejudices and to unite in the struggle to end apartheid and to build a democratic South Africa.

[897]

Mayson, Cedric

Jesus and the Holy Cows: The Message of Jesus for Today's World

No. 114 (3rd Quart. 1988), p. 96 Book review

[898]

Mazoe, Bernard

Zimbabwe - Freedom Striding Forward

No. 56 (1st Quart. 1974), p. 49

The guerrilla and political struggle, and the damage the Smith regime is sustaining.

[899]

Mazoe, Bernard

How Zimbabwe's Liberation Struggle Began

No. 69 (2nd Quart. 1977), p. 19 History of the men and movements involved.

[900]

Mbako, Simon Zhu

Namibia: South Africa's Neo-Colonial Strategy in Crisis

No. 112 (1st Quart. 1988), p. 18

An explanation how the measures adopted by the South African regime in an attempt to divide the people of Namibia merely strengthen the forces of resistance.


[901]

Mbali, Zolile

The Churches and Racism: A Black South African Perspective

No. 114 (3rd Quart. 1988), p. 96 Book review

[902]

Mbeki, Govan

South Africa: The Peasants“ Revolt No. 19 (4th Quart. 1964), p. 86 Book review

[903]

Mbeki, Govan

A Communist on the Truth  No. 24 (1st Quart. 1966), p. 80 Document

[904]

Mbeki, Govan

South Africa: The Peasants“ Revolt

No. 100 (1st Quart. 1985), p. 111

Book review

[905]

Mbongwa, Maziphula M.

South Africa: African Rural Development

No. 101 (2nd Quart. 1985), p. 101

Book review; published by the Dr Govan Mbeki Fund, Amsterdam.

[906]

McCulloch, J.

In the Twilight of Revolution - The Political Theory of Amilcar Cabral No. 97 (2nd Quart. 1984), p. 99 Book review

[907]

McEvedy, Colin

The Penguin Atlas of African History

No. 84 (1st Quart. 1981), p. 83 Book review



[908]

McMaster, Carolyn

Malawi: Foreign Policy and Development

No. 72 (1st Quart. 1978), p. 118 Book review

[909]

Mde Mgentonga

60th Birthday of the SACP: Our National Struggle in its International Context

No. 85 (2nd Quart. 1981), p. 50

An analysis of aspects of the history of the SACP.

[910]

Mdlalose, Thoko

The Place of the Church in Our Liberation Struggle

No. 104 (1st Quart. 1986), p. 18

Since the majority of people in South Africa are church-goers, the issue of religion becomes an important question in the work of all revolutionaries.

[911]

Meer, Fatima

Race and Suicide in South Africa No. 69 (2nd Quart. 1977), p. 107 Book review

[912]

Meli, Francis

The Comintern and Africa

No. 43 (4th Quart. 1970), p. 81 An historical survey.

[913]

Meli, Francis

A Nation is Born

No. 48 (1st Quart. 1972), p. 17

On the 60th anniversary of the foundation of the ANC, an outline of the history of the African national movement from its early pioneers to the stage of armed struggle.


[914]

Meli, Francis

Nationalism and Internationalism in South African Liberation

No. 57 (2nd Quart. 1974), p. 42 Historical roots of the South African liberation movement's ideology, and its approach to the national question.

[915]

Meli, Francis

Comintern Aid for Black Revolutionaries

No. 59 (4th Quart. 1974), p. 97 Events during the early 1920's, which aided the theoretical and practical

developments in the struggle for national liberation.

[916]

Meli, Francis

South Africa Joins Imperialist Bloc in Indian Ocean Offensive

No. 61 (2nd Quart. 1975), p. 52

A reply to propaganda about a “Soviet Threat” in the Indian Ocean

[917]

Meli, Francis

South Africa's Involvement in Latin America

No. 65 (2nd Quart. 1976), p. 62

An examination of the alliance between racist South Africa and the fascist dictatorships in South America, and the demands these place on the national liberation movements and progressive forces in both continents.

[918]

Meli, Francis

Military Doctrine of the Apartheid Regime

No. 69 (2nd Quart. 1977), p. 42

The imperialist and militarist imnplications of the “detente” and Bantustan polices.



[919]

Meli, Francis

South Africa Belongs to Us - A History of the African National Congress

No. 115 (4th Quart. 1988), p. 93 Book review

[920]

Mendes, Joao

La Revolution En Afrique

No. 41 (2nd Quart. 1970), p. 99 Book review

[921]

Mengistu Haile Mariam

Ethiopia Under Fire

No. 71 (4th Quart. 1977), p. 92 Reprint of interview in “Neues Deutschland” outlining the aims and achievements of the revolutionary government.

[922]

Mensh, Elaine and Harry

Behind the Scenes in Two Worlds - in the German Democratic Republic and the USA No. 75 (4th Quart. 1978), p. 104

Book review

[923]

Michelman, Cherry

The Black Sash of South Africa, a Case Study in Liberalism

No. 64 (1st Quart. 1976), p. 105 Book review

[924]

Migwe, Khumalo

Further Contribution on the Arming of the Masses

No. 89 (2nd Quart. 1982), p. 77

A continuation of the discussion opened by Mzala, “African Communist”, No. 86 (3rd Quart. 1981), p. 83.


[925]

Migwe, Khumalo

Karl Marx and the Colonial Question

No. 94 (3rd Quart. 1983), p. 59

“Marxism has from the very outset been an irreconcilable enemy of all national oppression and has consistently fought for national equality, for complete freedom and self-determination of nations.“

[926]

Milne, June

Letter to the Editor

No. 35 (4th Quart. 1968), p. 92

Reply to book review of Nkrumah, Dark Days in Ghana

[927]

Mini, Molefi

Class Struggle and African Unity - Ten Years of the O.A.U.

No. 54 (3rd Quart. 1973), p. 16

An analysis of the class, national, and international conflicts which are involved in the struggle for national independence in Africa.

[928]

Mirsky, G.

The `New Revolution“ in the United Arab Republic

No. 41 (2nd Quart. 1970), p. 22

An examination of developments in Egypt following the Israeli aggression of June 1967 by a noted Soviet economist.

[929]

Mitchell, Charlene and Michael Myerson

Africa's Impact on Black America No. 43 (4th Quart. 1970), p. 100 The influence on negro leaders and organisations



[930]

Mitchison, Naomi

A Life for Africa: The Story of Bram Fischer

No. 55 (4th Quart. 1973), p. 109 Book review

[931]

Mkhatshwa, Jabulani

Africa Notes and Comment

No. 114 (3rd Quart. 1988), p. 65 Senegal: What Manner of Democracy? Economic Aid: Till Debt Do Us Part; Mozambique: Amnesty for the Bandits

[932]

Mkhatshwa, Jabulani

Africa Notes and Comment

No. 115 (4th Quart. 1988), p. 79

Angola: A Military Defeat for the Racists;

O.A.U. at 25 Years - The Silver Jubilee

[933]

Mkhize, Mncane

Thoughts on Race Consciousness

No. 58 (3rd Quart. 1974), p. 71

A personal evaluation of the origins and scope of the nationalist and “Black Consciousness” movements.

[934]

Mlambo, Eshmael M. Rhodesia: The British Dilemma No. 46 (3rd Quart. 1971), p. 91 Book review

[935]

Mlambo, Eshmael M.

Rhodesia - The Struggle for a Birthright

No. 51 (4th Quart. 1972), p. 117 Book review

[936]

Mofokeng, Kay

Why I Joined the Communist Party

No. 92 (1st Quart. 1983), p. 64

“A revolutionary movement needs a revolutionary ideology”.


[937]

Mohamed Omer Beshir

Revolution and Nationalism in the Sudan

No. 59 (4th Quart. 1974), p. 110 Book review

[938]

Mohammed Harmel

Bourgiba and Africa

No. 7 (September 1961), p. 23

[939]

Mohammed Harmel

The Tunisian Way: Myth and Reality No. 36 (1st Quart. 1969), p. 33 Various aspects of the Bourgiba government, and the weaknesses and contradictions of the non-Marxist

`Destourian Socialism“. Reprinted from “World Marxist Review”.

[940]

Mohan, Bridge

Why I Joined the Communist Party

No. 86 (3rd Quart. 1981), p. 57

By an Indian comrade who had been active in an underground unit in the early 1960's.

[941]

Mohit Sen

The Indian Scene Today

No. 21 (2nd Quart. 1965), p. 51

[942]

Mokgatle, Naboth

The Autobiography of an Unknown African

No. 48 (1st Quart. 1972), p. 99 Book review

[943]

Mokgothi, Henry

Alfred Hutchinson - A Profile

No. 52 (1st Quart. 1973), p. 61 Written during the Treason Trial by a

fellow-accused; reprinted from “Fighting Talk”.



[944]

Molapo, Ben

On the National Question

No. 66 (3rd Quart. 1976), p. 82

The necessity for understanding the national question if the liberation struggle is to be successful.

[945]

Molapo, Ben

Theory and Practice - Part 1: Marxism, South Africa, and the Colonial Question No. 113 (2nd Quart. 1988), p. 59

The first of two articles showing how the SACP's thesis of “colonialism of a special type” is grounded firmly in Marxist-Leninist theory and underlines the crucially important role of the leading class in the struggle in South Africa - the proletariat.

[946]

Molapo, Ben

Theory and Pracice - Part 2: Our Strategy for Defeating S.A. Colonialism

No. 114 (3rd Quart. 1988), p. 74

The second of two articles showing how the SACP's thesis of “colonialism of a special type” is grounded firmly in Marxist-Leninist theory and underlines the crucially important role of the leading class in the struggle in South Africa - the proletariat.

[947]

Molefe

Buthelezi: The Politics of Reformism

No. 104 (1st Quart. 1986), p. 41

A discussion of the political role of Buthelezi, who is siding with the apartheid government on sanctions and armed struggle, while attacking the ANC with increased viciousness and grooming himself for leadership of the `third force“.


[948]

Molekane, Khotso

Lesotho's Struggle to Safeguard Independence

No. 102 (3rd Quart. 1985), p. 58

An article by the Secretary of the Central Committee of the Lesotho Communist Party, describing the realignment of political forces in Lesotho in the face of the threat from South Africa.

[949]

Molteno, R.

Africa and South Africa - The Implications of South Africa's `Outward Looking“ Policy

No. 46 (3rd Quart. 1971), p. 91 Book review

[950]

Molutshunga, Sam

South Africa in Africa - A Study in Ideology and Foreign Policy

No. 65 (2nd Quart. 1976), p. 103 Book review

[951]

Moore, Basil (editor)

Black Theology: The South African Voice

No. 60 (1st Quart. 1975), p. 99 Book review

[952]

Mosadi wa Sechaba

Women Arise and Fight for People's Power!

No. 98 (3rd Quart. 1984), p. 56

On the need for the emancipation of women as part of the national democratic revolution.

[953]

Mosotho, Jeremiah

Lesotho Fights to Strengthen independence

No. 76 (1st Quart. 1979), p. 93

A representative of the Lesotho CP on the outlook for the revolutionary movement.



[954]

Motler, L.A.

“Pluviose”

No. 57 (2nd Quart. 1974), p. 56 Poem: In Memoriam, D. Ivon Jones.

[955]

Mozambique, Angola and Guine Information Centre (publishers) Angola, Socialism at Birth

No. 85 (2nd Quart. 1981), p. 127 Book review

[956]

Mphahlele, E. (editor)

African Writing Today

No. 29 (2nd Quart. 1967), p. 74 Book review

[957]

MPLA Central Committee, Political Bureau

How the Angola Coup was Crushed

No. 71 (4th Quart. 1977), p. 35

Statement following attempted coup on 27 May 1977.

[958]

Mthetheleli

Why I Joined the Communist Party

No. 90 (3rd Quart. 1982), p. 69

[959]

Mthetheleli

The Life and Death of a Hero: In Tribute to Nkululo Xhego Njongwe

No. 106 (3rd Quart. 1986), p. 102

Known within Umkhonto we Sizwe as Bryce Motsamai; by one of his comrades, following his death in a shoot-out near East London.

[960]

Mthikrakra, P. & Dlomdlayo, S. More on the Coloured People No. 39 (4th Quart. 1969), p. 59

A reply to W.A. Malgas on the Coloured people of South Africa.


[961]

Mtshali, O.J.

Sounds of a Cowhide Drum No. 48 (1st Quart. 1972), p. 99 Book review

[962]

Mtungwa, M.K.

No. 87 (4th Quart. 1981), p. 65

The Road of Struggle That Leads to Freedom: Twentieth Anniversary of Umkhonto we Sizwe

The historical and political considerations which led to the opening of the armed struggle against apartheid.

[963]

Muhoi Wa Kirinyaga

Uhuru's Bitter Fruits

No. 32 (1st Quart. 1968), p. 9

A review of the conflict between the Kenya Peoples“ Union and the Kenya African National Union.

[964]

Muhoi wa Kirinyaga

Kenya faces Crisis of Neo-Colonialism No. 61 (2nd Quart. 1975), p. 61 Kenya's deepening social and political crisis in the 12th year of independence.

[965]

Muhoi wa Kirinyaga

Kenya: Trying to Silence the Truth

No. 73 (2nd Quart. 1978), p. 69

The implications of the detention of the author Ngugi wa Thiong'o.

[966]

Munslow, Barry

Mozambique - the Revolution and its Origins

No. 95 (4th Quart. 1983), p. 108 Book review



[967]

M£r£ wa Riri

Kenya in Crisis: The Causes of the Coup

No. 92 (1st Quart. 1983), p. 46

A study of revolutionary perspectives in Kenya following the resistance to the sell- out to western neo-colonialism.

[968]

Musole, Joseph W.

Class Struggles in Zambia

No. 13 (2nd Quart. 1963), p. 81

[969]

Musole, Joseph W.

Central Africa After Federation

No. 17 (2nd Quart. 1964), p. 33

[970]

Mwandla, Phasha

The Triple Oppression of Women in South Africa

No. 111 (4th Quart. 1987), p. 101

An essay on the relationship between the liberation of the working class and the true emancipation of women, demonstrating the need to dismantle the institutions of national and racial oppression and class exploitation.

[971]

Mzala

Armed Struggle in South Africa

No. 82 (3rd Quart. 1980), p. 65

An explanation of why armed struggle is needed to bring down apartheid.

[972]

Mzala

Has the Time Come for the Arming of the Masses?

No. 86 (3rd Quart. 1981), p. 83

A discussion of the need to tackle political organisation and mobilisation together with guerrilla struggle to generate the full force necessary for victorious revolution.


[973]

Mzala

Why We Are With the Communists

No. 93 (2nd Quart. 1983), p. 66 A tribute to Ruth First.

[974]

Mzala

On the Threshold of Revolution: How Should We Raise the Question of an Armed Insurrection?

No. 102 (3rd Quart. 1985), p. 66 Further discussion of the question of

arming the masses and the replacement of the racist State by people's power; see also No. 86 (3rd Quart. 1981), p. 83; and Hugh

Trevor, No. 97 (2nd Quart. 1984), p. 62.

[975]

Mzala

Culture, The Artist and Liberation

No. 107 (4th Quart. 1986), p. 71

A discussion of the role of the artist in the struggle for liberation, being a tribute to Alex la Guma who died in Havana on 11 October 1985.

[976]

Mzala

How the ANC was Revived by the Youth League

No. 111 (4th Quart. 1987), p. 50

A 70th birthday tribute to President O.R. Tambo from one of the Soweto generation.

[977]

Mzala

Gatsha Buthelezi: Chief With a Double Agenda

No. 115 (4th Quart. 1988), p. 85 Book review



[978]

Mzansi, L.

United Front to End Apartheid: The Road to Mass Action in South Africa

No. 97 (2nd Quart. 1984), p. 18

An examination of the lessons of the past, in order to develop the right tactics for mobilising the masses in the struggle to overcome the apartheid regime.

[979]

Nabudere, D. Wadda

Imperialism and Revolution in Uganda

No. 89 (2nd Quart. 1982), p. 88 Book review

[980]

Naidoo, Indres (as told to Albie Sachs) Island in Chains: Ten Years on Robben Island by Prisoner 885/633

No. 90 (3rd Quart. 1982), p. 94 Book review

[981]

Nasser, President

May Day Speech

No. 26 (3rd Quart. 1966), p. 88 Document

[982]

National Liberation Front, South Vietnam Towards Victory and Peace in Vietnam No. 32 (1st Quart. 1968), p. 44

The Political Programme summarised

[983]

N'Diaye, L.

Bourgeois and Proletarian Nations

No. 13 (2nd Quart. 1963), p. 61

[984]

Ndlangamandla, Dumisani

The National Democratic Revolution in Zimbabwe

No. 77 (2nd Quart. 1979), p. 86

An analysis of the political and class forces involved; a reply to John Ngara, “African Communist” No. 75 (4th Quart. 1978), p. 74


[985]

Neruda, Pablo

The Ship

No. 56 (1st Quart. 1974), p. 80 Poem

[986]

Neto, Agostinho

Pledge of Support from Independent Africa

No. 71 (4th Quart. 1977), p. 52

Speech at opening of 29th meeting of OAU co-ordinating commission.

[987]

Ngara, John

The `Internal Settlement“ and the Zimbabwe Revolution

No. 75 (4th Quart. 1978), p. 74

An analysis of the political and class forces involved.

[988]

Ngcobo, R.P.

Twenty Years of the Freedom Charter

No. 63 (4th Quart. 1975), p. 22

An analysis in the light of experience and the current situation facing the South African liberation movement.

[989]

Ngethe Kamau

“Petals of Blood” as a Mirror of the African Revolution

No. 80 (1st Quart. 1980), p. 73

The novel by Ngugi wa Thiong'o and the truth of Lenin's analysis of imperialism and the struggle for national liberation.

[990]

Ngomezulu, Y.

The Soviet Union as I Saw It

No. 26 (3rd Quart. 1966), p. 62



[991]

Ngomezulu, Y.

Twenty Years of the German Democratic Republic

No. 39 (4th Quart. 1969), p. 47

A review of the progress of the German Democratic Republic

[992]

Ngonyama, Themba

Transkei - 5 Years of Bogus Independence

No. 88 (1st Quart. 1982), p. 32

October 1981 was the fifth anniversary of the “independence” of the Transkei. While the Matanzima clique has grown rich, conditions for the mass of the people have grown worse.

[993]

Ngotyana, B

The Strategy of Rural Development

No. 39 (4th Quart. 1969), p. 24

Tanzania“s Second Five Year Plan: a critical discussion of basing socialist development on agriculture in countries with little or no industry.

[994]

Ngugi wa Thiong'o

Detained: A Writer's Prison Diary No. 90 (3rd Quart. 1982), p. 98 Book review

[995]

Ngugi wa Thiong'o & Serote, Mongane Wally

The Role of Culture in the African Revolution

No. 113 (2nd Quart. 1988), p. 31

A round-table discussion with a group of liberation movement activists.

[996]

Ngungunyane, A.

The O.A.U. after 20 Years

No. 94 (3rd Quart. 1983), p. 41 Examination of attempts by imperialism to split the O.A.U.


[997]

Ngwenya, Joe

A Further Contribution on the National Question

No. 67 (4th Quart. 1976), p. 48

A continuation of the discussion - see the articles by David Davis and Ben Molapo

[998]

Nhere, Ruth

Portrait of a Bantustan

No. 82 (3rd Quart. 1980), p. 90

An analysis of the situation in Venda and the mood of the people.

[999]

Nhere, Ruth

The Berlin Conference and the Carve-Up of Africa: 100 Years of Imperialism

No. 98 (3rd Quart. 1984), p. 75 Examination of a “a century of wrong” by the imperialist powers of Europe and the United States.

[1000]

Nhere, Ruth

The Dangers of `Legal Marxism“ in South Africa

No. 99 (4th Quart. 1984), p. 75

A discussion of how `legal Marxists“ in South Africa reveal their basic anti- communism, leading them into confrontation with the liberation movement.

[1001]

Nkadimeng, John K.

May Day is 100 Years Old

No. 105 (2nd Quart. 1986), p. 36

A message from the General Secretary of SACTU.

[1002]

Nkomo, Joshua

The Story of My Life

No. 99 (4th Quart. 1984), p. 98 Book review



[1003]

Nkosi, Lewis

Mating Birds

No. 112 (1st Quart. 1988), p. 89 Book review

[1004]

Nkosi, Z.

Blueprint for Slavery (Bantu Laws Amendment Act)

No. 18 (3rd Quart. 1964), p. 30

[1005]

Nkosi, Z.

No Mercy from Vorster

No. 20 (1st Quart. 1965), p. 43

[1006]

Nkosi, Z.

The `Fischer“ Trial

No. 22 (3rd Quart. 1965), p. 46

[1007]

Nkosi, Z.

Bending the Colour Bar

No. 26 (3rd Quart. 1966), p. 28

[1008]

Nkosi, Z.

South African Imperialist Expansion

No. 30 (3rd Quart. 1967), p. 25

[1009]

Nkosi, Z.

Rogue Elephant of Africa

No. 40 (1st Quart. 1970), p. 28

A study of the drift to the Right in Malawi under Banda.

[1010]

Nkosi, Z.

Elections in South Africa

No. 42 (3rd Quart. 1970), p. 69 Survey and analysis of results of 1970 elections in South Africa.


[1011]

Nkosi, Z.

Namibia Strikes a Blow

No. 49 (2nd Quart. 1972), p. 16

The background and details of the strike by Ovambo and other workers against the contract labour system.

[1012]

Nkosi, Z.

The Life of a Revolutionary

No. 51 (4th Quart. 1972), p. 33 Biographical sketch of J.B. Marks

[1013]

Nkosi, Z.

“Bantu independence” - the Phoney Clash

No. 58 (3rd Quart. 1974), p. 23

The myths of “independence” for the Bantustans

[1014]

Nkosi, Z.

What the Progessive Party Stands For

No. 59 (4th Quart. 1974), p. 61

Its history and policy and its role as the agent of big business.

[1015]

Nkosi, Z.

The South African Threat to Mozambique

No. 60 (1st Quart. 1975), p. 40

An analysis of the political and economic relationship between South Africa and Mozambique.

[1016]

Nkosi, Z.

The Lessons of Soweto

No. 68 (1st Quart. 1977), p. 18

The causes and consequences of the 1976 uprising in Soweto.



[1017]

Nkosi, Z.

How the Russian Revolution Came to South Africa

No. 70 (3rd Quart. 1977), p. 71

An historical account of the reactions by socialist organisations in South Africa to the 1917 Revolution.

[1018]

Nkosi, Z.

Second Thoughts on the Nkomati Accord

No. 101 (2nd Quart. 1985), p. 96

A study of the hardening opinion against South Africa, according to statements by Presidents Machel, Dos Santos, and Nyerere.

[1019]

Nkosi, Z.

Death of Alex la Guma - Writer and Freedom Fighter

No. 104 (1st Quart. 1986), p. 89

An obituary of the prominent South African writer who died in Havana on 11 October, 1985.

[1020]

Nkrumah, Kwame

Neo-Colonialism, The Last Stage of Imperialism

No. 24 (1st Quart. 1966), p. 72 Book review

[1021]

Nkrumah, Kwame

Dark Days in Ghana

No. 34 (3rd Quart. 1968), p. 76

Book review; and see letter by Milne, June

[1022]

Nkrumah, Kwame

Challenge of the Congo

No. 34 (3rd Quart. 1968), p. 76 Book review


[1023]

Nokwe, Duma

Expel South Africa from the United Nations

No. 16 (1st Quart. 1964), p. 93 Document

[1024]

Nokwe, Duma

The National Liberation Movement of South Africa

No. 35 (4th Quart. 1968), p. 21

Paper presented by the Sec.-General of ANC at Scientific Conference Against Racism and Colonialism etc.; development of national liberation and labour movements.

[1025]

Nore, Petter; & Turner, Terisa

Oil and Class Struggle

No. 83 (4th Quart. 1980), p. 80 Book review

[1026]

No Sizwe

One Azania One Nation: The National Question in South Africa

No. 82 (3rd Quart. 1980), p. 102 Book review

[1027]

Nozegwu, Major

Last Words

No. 31 (4th Quart. 1967), p. 90 Document

[1028]

Nsekela, Amon J. (Editor) Southern Africa: Toward Economic Liberation

No. 88 (1st Quart. 1982), p. 89 Book review

[1029]

Numade, N.

Marxism and African Liberation

No. 2 (April 1960), p. 32



[1030]

Numade, N.

The Choice Before New Africa

No. 5 (May 1961), p. 10

[1031]

Numade, N.

Towards a United Africa

No. 9 (2nd Quart. 1962), p. 14

[1032]

Numade, N.

The Working Class and the African Revolution

No. 11 (4th Quart. 1962), p. 66

[1033]

Numade, N.

Basutoland, Bechuanaland, and Swaziland

No. 15 (4th Quart. 1963), p. 27

[1034]

Numade, N.

Africa's Chance for Socialism

No. 36 (1st Quart. 1969), p. 25

Do the reactionary coups d“‚tat and other negative tendencies mean that African countries must inevitably follow the painful road of capitalist development?

[1035]

Nxele

Africa: Notes and Comments No. 40 (1st Quart. 1970), p. 73 Libya, Kenya, Sudan, Chad

[1036]

Nxele

Africa: Notes and Comments

No. 41 (2nd Quart. 1970), p. 68 Khartoum meeting of East and Central African Heads of State; the fighting in Zimbabwe; and the ending of the war in Nigeria.


[1037]

Nxele

Lesotho - Background to the Coup

No. 41 (2nd Quart. 1970), p. 41

A study of the history of Lesotho and the forces behind Leabua Jonathan

[1038]

Nxele

Africa: Notes and Comments

No. 42 (3rd Quart. 1970), p. 86 Botswana-Zambia Road, Revolution and Counter-Revolution in Sudan,Developments in Congo (Brazzaville)

[1039]

Nyagumbo, M.

With the People - An Autobiography from the Zimbabwe Struggle

No. 90 (3rd Quart. 1982), p. 96 Book review

[1040]

Nyameko, R.S. and Singh G.

The Role of Black Consciousness in the South African Revolution

No. 68 (1st Quart. 1977), p. 34

An analysis of the Black Consciousness organisations and their role in relation to the liberation struggle headed by the ANC.

[1041]

Nyameko, R.S.

U.S. Labour Conspiracy in Africa

No. 72 (1st Quart. 1978), p. 51

How the CIA-supported African-American Labour Centre, operating in many African countries, promotes neo-colonialism and hampers the fight against international capitalism and imperialism (Part 1).



[1042]

Nyameko, R.S.

U.S. Subversion of the S.A. Labour Movement

No. 73 (2nd Quart. 1978), p. 74

How the CIA-supported African-American Labour Centre, operating in many African countries, promotes neo-colonialism and hampers the fight against international capitalism and imperialism (Part 2).

[1043]

Nyameko, R.S.

Afterthoughts on Soweto

No. 78 (3rd Quart. 1979), p. 68

A discussion of the role of the workers and trade unions in the 1976 uprising.

[1044]

Nyameko, R.S.

The Wiehahn Report: State Plan to Shackle African Trade Unions

No. 79 (4th Quart. 1979), p. 16 Analysis to show the plans for new restictions on African workers.

[1045]

Nyameko, R.S.

Trade Unions at the Crossroads

No. 82 (3rd Quart. 1980), p. 28

A discussion, against the background of developments since the Nationalists came to power, of the Botha regime's plan for the recognition of trade unions as a device to shackle African workers.

[1046]

Nyameko, R.S.

Fighting U.S. Subversion of Trade Union Movement in Africa

No. 87 (4th Quart. 1981), p. 56

Pretending to organise African workers, US imperialist agents are subverting the trade union movement and threatening the peace and independence of the African continent.


[1047]

Nyameko, R.S.

Racists Change Course on the Trade Union Front

No. 91 (4th Quart. 1982), p. 31

An analysis of the Labour Relations Amendment Act, 1981 which shows that race categories have been eliminated but many restrictions remain to prevent free functioning of trade unions in South Africa.

[1048]

Nyameko, R.S.

U.S. Bid to Derail South African Trade Union Movement

No. 92 (1st Quart. 1983), p. 33

The huge offensive mounted by the US to seduce the working class and make them hospitable to big business.

[1049]

Nyameko, R.S.

Workers“ Militancy Demands Trade Union United Front

No. 95 (4th Quart. 1983), p. 27

A discussion on the need to form a united trade union federation in order to mobilise and to take advantage of the upsurge amongst workers.

[1050]

Nyameko, R.S.

SACTU Celebrates its 30th Birthday

No. 100 (1st Quart. 1985), p. 44

An examination of the role of SACTU and the trade unions in the liberation struggle, in the light of the upsurge on the workers“ front.

[1051]

Nyameko, R.S.

Lessons of the Two-Day Stay-Away

No. 101 (2nd Quart. 1985), p. 63

A consideration of what was achieved by the workers in the Transvaal and the lessons to be learned.



[1052]

Nyameko, R.S.

“A Giant is Born”

No. 105 (2nd Quart. 1986), p. 25 A welcome for COSATU and an

examination of the implications of the event.

[1053]

Nyameko, R.S.

How the Emergency Has Hit the Workers

No. 108 (1st Quart. 1987), p. 48

On the effects of the deteriorating economic situation, the rising tide of trade union organisation, and the growth of political consciousess, which are leading the workers into strike action which the State combats with terrorism.

[1054]

Nyameko, R.S.

Workers Fight Against Reign of Terror

No. 110 (3rd Quart. 1987), p. 22

An evaluation of the new militancy instilled by COSATU into the workers“ fight for better wages and conditions in the face of the terror tactics of the apartheid regime.

[1055]

Nyameko, R.S.

Great Advances on the Trade Union Front

No. 111 (4th Quart. 1987), p. 85

A survey of the growth of workers“ unity and victories which have been won despite the co-operation of the bosses and the state in the processes of repression.

[1056]

Nyameko, R.S.

The Fight for Unity in the Trade Union Movement

No. 113 (2nd Quart. 1988), p. 71

The more powerful the liberation movement becomes, the greater will be the need and the tendency for workers from different racial groups to join hands in the class struggle.


[1057]

Nyawuza

The National Question and Ethnicity

No. 98 (3rd Quart. 1984), p. 20

A discussion of the ideological differences between the United Democratic Front and the National Forum.

[1058]

Nyawuza

New “Marxist” Tendencies and the Battle of Ideas in South Africa

No. 103 (4th Quart. 1985), p. 45 Discussion of the expulsion of members of a so-called “Marxist tendency within the ANC”, and their theories. The point is made that the struggle against colonialism, national oppression and capitalism will be won on the battlefields of the people's war for liberation, not in libraries.

[1059]

Nyawuza

Now More Than Ever!

No. 107 (4th Quart. 1986), p. 49

The significance of international solidarity with the South African liberation struggle.

[1060]

Nyawuza

75th Anniversary of the ANC: A Revolutionary Landmark

No. 108 (1st Quart. 1987), p. 20

A brief survey of the achievements of the ANC since its foundation.

[1061]

Nyawuza

The Forces of Counter-Revolution in Southern Africa

No. 113 (2nd Quart. 1988), p. 49

A study of the MNR in Mozambique and UNITA in Angola, showing how they represent the most ideologically and politically backward elements in African society, serving the interests of racists and imperialists.



[1062]

Nyerere, Julius K.

Rhodesia, the Case for Action No. 28 (1st Quart. 1967), p. 74 Document

[1063]

Nyerere, Julius K. and Tambo, Oliver Reginald

The Arusha Declaration

No. 29 (2nd Quart. 1967), p. 69 Document

[1064]

Nzo, Alfred and Dadoo, Dr. Yusuf M.

A Sad Farewell

No. 51 (4th Quart. 1972), p. 17 Speeches at the funeral of J.B. Marks (Moscow, 11 August 1972)

[1065]

Nzo, Alfred; Dadoo, Dr. Yusuf M.; Gustov, I.S.

In Honour of J.B. Marks

No. 61 (2nd Quart. 1975), p. 90

Speeches at the unveiling of the memorial to the late Chairman of the SACP in Moscow

[1066]

Nzo, Alfred

Freedom Charter - a Beacon to the People of South Africa

No. 81 (2nd Quart. 1980), p. 27

A discussion of its relevance to the present- day struggle for liberation.

[1067]

Nzo, Alfred

ANC Will Never Forego its Alliance with the SACP

No. 107 (4th Quart. 1986), p. 29

A speech delivered by the Secretary General of the ANC on behalf of the National Executive Committee at the 65th anniversary meeting of the SACP; London, 30 July, 1986.


[1068]

Obatala, J.K.

U.S. Soul Music in Africa

No. 41 (2nd Quart. 1970), p. 80

On the use of Afro-Asian music as a means of cultural penetration for the U.S. ruling class.

[1069]

Obatala, J.K.

Black Americans in Africa: A Critical View

No. 52 (1st Quart. 1973), p. 88 The role of contacts between Afro-

Americans and Africans in the context of anti-imperialist struggle.

[1070]

Obituaries (Editorial)

-----

No. 73 (2nd Quart. 1978), p. 106

Sad Losses to the Liberation Movement (Obituaries to Dr. G.M. (Monty) Naicker, Duma Nokwe, Jack Hodgson).

[1071]

“Observer”

How Multi-National Corporations Impede the South African Revolution

No. 76 (1st Quart. 1979), p. 69 The impact of the transnational

corporations on the national liberation struggle in South Africa.

[1072]

“Observer”

Sudan's Communists Plan Their Strategy

No. 103 (4th Quart. 1985), p. 70

A discussion by the General Secretary of the Sudanese Communist Party of how the SCP has joined with other opposition parties and more than 50 trade unions in support of a “Charter of the Allied National Forces for National Salvation”.



[1073]

“Observer”

National Liberation, Socialism and the Freedom Charter

No. 108 (1st Quart. 1987), p. 64

A contribution to the ongoing debate on the stages and objectives of the South African revolution.

[1074]

Ogden, Dennis

Ghana Socialists Fight Back

No. 25 (2nd Quart. 1966), p. 16

[1075]

Oginga Odinga

Kenya's First Address at the United Nations

No. 16 (1st Quart. 1964), p. 93 Document

[1076]

Oginga Odinga

Not Yet Uhuru

No. 30 (3rd Quart. 1967), p. 77 Book review

[1077]

O'Meara, Dan

Volkskapitalisme: Class, Capital and Ideology in the Development of Afrikaner Nationalism 1934-1948

No. 96 (1st Quart. 1984), p. 86 Book review

[1078]

Onan, Henri

African Culture and Ideology (Part 1) No. 55 (4th Quart. 1973), p. 71 Discussion by a Soviet social scientist of problems arising from decolonisation; independent African countries fighting against their colonial heritage and the pressures of neo-colonialism.


[1079]

Onan, Henri

African Culture and Ideology: Part 2 - The Ideological Work of the African Liberation Movements

No. 56 (1st Quart. 1974), p. 82 Discussion by a Soviet social scientist of problems arising from decolonisation; independent African countries fighting against their colonial heritage and the pressures of neo-colonialism.

[1080]

Ondiek Okelo

East African Economic Development

No. 40 (1st Quart. 1970), p. 49

An East African economist discusses the problems of domestic accumulation of capital in Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania; authoritative facts and figures.

[1081]

Organization of Angolan Women Angolan Women Building the Future: From National Liberation to Women's Emancipation

No. 101 (2nd Quart. 1985), p. 102

Book review

[1082]

Osmane Sembene (Author and Director)

Mandabi

No. 41 (2nd Quart. 1970), p. 111

Film review; shown at the 13th London Film Festival.

[1083]

Pachai, B.

The International Aspects of the South African Indian Question

No. 52 (1st Quart. 1973), p. 124 Book review



[1084]

Pahad, Essop

The Island of Freedom

No. 65 (2nd Quart. 1976), p. 49

Report on the First Congress of the CP of Cuba.

[1085]

Pahad, Essop

A Proud History of Struggle No. 78 (3rd Quart. 1979), p. 47 A profile of Dr. Yusuf Dadoo

[1086]

Palme Dutt, R.

Africa and Communism

No. 8 (1st Quart. 1962), p. 36

[1087]

Panaf Great Lives

Kwame Nkrumah

No. 63 (4th Quart. 1975), p. 110 Book review

[1088]

Pan-African Congress (Sixth), Dar es Salaam, 19-27 June 1974 Declaration

No. 60 (1st Quart. 1975), p. 115 Document

[1089]

Pandula

Let Us Celebrate the Triumphs of Moshoeshoe I

No. 107 (4th Quart. 1986), p. 99

An article to mark the 200th anniversary of his birth.

[1090]

Party of the Socialist Vanguard in Algeria The Common Struggle of the Progressive Forces to Forge the Political Instruments of the Revolution

No. 70 (3rd Quart. 1977), p. 120 Document


[1091]

Patel, Essop (editor)

The World of Nat Nakasa

No. 111 (4th Quart. 1987), p. 119

Book review

[1092]

Paton, Alan

Apartheid and the Archbishop No. 60 (1st Quart. 1975), p. 99 Book review

[1093]

Patterson, William L.

The Black Panther Party

No. 41 (2nd Quart. 1970), p. 57 Following the frame-up of Bobby Seale

and others, this article is reprinted from the journal “Political Affairs”, published by the U.S. Communist Party; it deals with the origin and development of the Panthers.

[1094]

Peace and Socialism Publishers, Prague International Meeting of Communist and Workers“ Parties, Moscow 1969

No. 42 (3rd Quart. 1970), p. 106 Book review

[1095]

Peace and Socialism International Publishers

Free Africa Marches (leaflet) No. 80 (1st Quart. 1980), p. 103 Book review

[1096]

Peart-Binns, John S.

Ambrose Reeves: A Biography No. 55 (4th Quart. 1973), p. 109 Book review

[1097]

Pela, B.

The United States and Africa

No. 3 (September 1960), p. 40



[1098]

Pela, B.

Two German States and the New Africa

No. 6 (July 1961), p. 19

[1099]

Pela, B.

The All-African Trade Union Federation

No. 7 (September 1961), p. 34

[1100]

Pela, B.

W.E.B. DuBois Joins the Communist Party

No. 9 (2nd Quart. 1962), p. 61

[1101]

Pela, B.

Apartheid in the USA

No. 10 (3rd Quart. 1962), p. 39

[1102]

Pela, B.

The One-Party State in Africa

No. 13 (2nd Quart. 1963), p. 40

[1103]

Pelzer, A.N.

Die Afrikaner Broederbond: Eerste 50 Jaar

No. 79 (4th Quart. 1979), p. 106 Book review

[1104]

Percikow, Henri

For Angela Davis

No. 48 (1st Quart. 1972), p. 84 Poem

[1105]

Perlo, Victor and Ellen

Dynamic Stability: The Soviet Economy Today

No. 99 (4th Quart. 1984), p. 102 Book review


[1106]

Perlo, Victor

Economics of Racism USA - Roots of Black Inequality

No. 68 (1st Quart. 1977), p. 112 Book review

[1107]

Picture Feature

100th Anniversary of the Birth of Karl Liebknecht and Rosa Luxemburg

No. 47 (4th Quart. 1971), p. 68-69

[1108]

Plaatje, Solomon Tshekisho

Native Life in South Africa, Before and Since the European War and the Boer Rebellion

No. 102 (3rd Quart. 1985), p. 120

Book review

[1109]

Pomeroy, William J.

The Forest

No. 23 (4th Quart. 1965), p. 91 Book review

[1110]

Pomeroy, William J.

Guerrilla Warfare and Marxism No. 39 (4th Quart. 1969), p. 72 Review article by Joe Slovo

[1111]

Pomeroy, William J.

Apartheid Axis - United States and South Africa

No. 47 (4th Quart. 1971), p. 122 Book review

[1112]

Pomeroy, William J.

On the Time for Armed Struggle No. 57 (2nd Quart. 1974), p. 57 An examination of the timing and

conditions for successful armed struggle based on historical experience in the Philippines.



[1113]

Pomeroy, William J.

The “New” U.S. Policy in Africa“

No. 67 (4th Quart. 1976), p. 26

The interventionist role played by the US in a bid to hold back the progress of the liberation movements in Southern Africa.

[1114]

Pomeroy, William J.

Political Alliances and Communist Party independence

No. 73 (2nd Quart. 1978), p. 54

An examination of the experiences of the Communist Parties in India, Sri Lanka, the Philippines and Peru, and the implications for alliance policies in other countries.

[1115]

Pomeroy, William J.

The Reagan Foreign Policy: Can it Make

U.S. Imperialism Great Again?

No. 85 (2nd Quart. 1981), p. 38 Obstacles confronting Pres. Reagan in his

attempts to incite hostility against the USSR.

[1116]

Pomeroy, William J.

Namibia's Independence and the Freedom of Africa

No. 93 (2nd Quart. 1983), p. 47

The USA and South Africa's real motives in delaying Namibian independence.

[1117]

Pomeroy, William J.

Apartheid, Imperialism and African Freedom

No. 110 (3rd Quart. 1987), p. 117

Book review

[1118]

Pomeroy, William J.

70 years of Liberation

No. 111 (4th Quart. 1987), p. 20

An analysis of the influence exerted over the years by the Soviet Union, following the October Revolution.


[1119]

Ponomaryov, Boris

50th Anniversary of the USSR No. 51 (4th Quart. 1972), p. 47 Opening address at international conference in preparation for

commemmoration of 50th anniversary of the USSR, Prague, 5-7 July 1972.

[1120]

Ponomaryov, Boris

The USSR - A Great International Force No. 52 (1st Quart. 1973), p. 105 Opening address at international conference in preparation for commemmoration of 50th anniversary of the USSR, Prague, 5-7 July 1972 (conclusion).

[1121]

Portuguese Communist Party and SACP Report of Discussions

No. 61 (2nd Quart. 1975), p. 95 Extracts from the joint communique.

[1122]

Potekhin, Ivan

Lenin and Africa

No. 3 (September 1960), p. 18

[1123]

Potekhin, Ivan

Land Relations in African Countries

No. 15 (4th Quart. 1963), p. 46

[1124]

Potekhin, Ivan

Pan-Africanism

No. 19 (4th Quart. 1964), p. 36

[1125]

Potter, Elaine

The Press as Opposition: The Political Role of South African Newspapers

No. 64 (1st Quart. 1976), p. 105 Book review



[1126]

Powers, Brenda

Living Standards Are Falling in Africa - Victim of Neo-Colonialism

No. 91 (4th Quart. 1982), p. 80

The task of progessive forces in Africa, which have a lengthy struggle to free the continent from the clutches of monopoly capitalism.

[1127]

Press, Dr. R.E.

Science and Africa

No. 47 (4th Quart. 1971), p. 107

A comparison with Kazakhstan shows the benefits that socialism could bring to Africa, which lacks the level of scientific education needed to develop its potential.

[1128]

Press, Dr. R.E.

One Problem at a Time

No. 52 (1st Quart. 1973), p. 64 Ecological and population problems.

[1129]

Press, Dr. R.E.

People and Wealth in Africa

No. 57 (2nd Quart. 1974), p. 91

Facts and falsehoods about population, poverty, and progress in newly independent States.

[1130]

Press, Dr. R.E.

Workers“ Health Undermined by Apartheid

No. 72 (1st Quart. 1978), p. 74

An examination of how capitalist society neglects workers“ health - in South Africa, the Blacks.

[1131]

Pritt, D.N.

Bram Fischer's Great Speech

No. 27 (4th Quart. 1966), p. 34


[1132]

Progress Publishers, Moscow Industrialisation of Developing Countries No. 61 (2nd Quart. 1975), p. 98

Book review

[1133]

Pro Veritate“ (open letter by 45 South African clergymen and others)

South Africa and Nazi Germany

No. 50 (3rd Quart. 1972), p. 112 Document: a reply to attacks by retiring

D.R.C. Moderator Dr. J.S. Gericke on critics of apartheid.

[1134]

Rabkin, David and Jeremy Cronin Statements from the dock when on trial under the Terrorism and Internal Security Acts

No. 68 (1st Quart. 1977), p. 126 Document

[1135]

Rabkin, David

Culture and the National Struggle

No. 105 (2nd Quart. 1986), p. 49 Probably the last article written by “Langa Mzansi”, the pseudonym used by David Rabkin, before his death in an accident in Angola on 11 October 1985. Here, he shows how the national democratic

revolution is promoting the development of a unified cultural consciousness in South Africa.

[1136]

Radebe, B.

South West Africa - Test Case for UNO and Africa

No. 4 (January 1961), p. 18

[1137]

Raeburn, Michael

Black Fire: Accounts of the Guerrilla War in Rhodesia

No. 73 (2nd Quart. 1978), p. 117 Book review



[1138]

Ramsamy, A.

Why I Joined the Communist Party

No. 45 (2nd Quart. 1971), p. 85

[1139]

“Rand Daily Mail”, 28 June, 1969

Deaths in Detention

No. 39 (4th Quart. 1969), p. 90 Document

[1140]

“Rand Daily Mail”

This Ugliness Must End

No. 48 (1st Quart. 1972), p. 121 Document: a reprinted editorial on torture, interrogation, and detention.

[1141]

Ransome, Arthur “A Happy Man”

No. 93 (2nd Quart. 1983), p. 74 From Conversations with Lenin.

[1142]

Rashad

Why I Joined the Communist Party No. 87 (4th Quart. 1981), p. 98 “From Cape Town Parochialism to Proletarian Internationalism”

[1143]

Rashid, H.

Egypt's Workers Fight for Freedom No. 44 (1st Quart. 1971), p. 31 History of Egyptian Trade Union Movement.

[1144]

Ray, Ellen; Schapp, W.; van Meter, K.; & Wolf, L.

Dirty Work: The CIA in Africa No. 84 (1st Quart. 1981), p. 84 Book review


[1145]

Reader

Role of Trade Unions in the S.A. Revolution

No. 82 (3rd Quart. 1980), p. 81 A reply to dissidents in SACTU

subsequently suspended from the ANC.

[1146]

Redmond, Sean

James Connolly of Ireland

No. 33 (2nd Quart. 1968), p. 55

Tribute on the centenary of his birth by the General Secretary of the Connolly Association.

[1147]

Reed, Dr. E.

Apartheid = Genocide

No. 103 (4th Quart. 1985), p. 40

A study of South Africa's own statistics which shows how apartheid leads to ever- increasing deprivation and suffering for the black majority, dooming the population to extinction in some areas.

[1148]

Reed, Dr. E.

How “Star Wars” Undermines the Fight for Peace

No. 112 (1st Quart. 1988), p. 49

An examination of the scientific basis of the Strategic Defence Initiative, showing that it is merely an escalation of the arms race and that it has nothing to do with defence or making the world secure.

[1149]

Reference book (published internationally in various languages)

The Non-Aligned Countries

No. 92 (1st Quart. 1983), p. 104 Book review



[1150]

Richards, Naomi

Women's Role in the South African Freedom Fight

No. 63 (4th Quart. 1975), p. 71

Women have often been the leaders and initiators of struggle against discrimination and oppression.

[1151]

R.K.

Art and Revolution in South Africa: The Theatre of Athol Fugard

No. 88 (1st Quart. 1982), p. 40

A discussion of the work of Athol Fugard in relation to its political and social background; real involvement in the life and art of the majority would lead to artistic enrichment and the adoption of the democratic ideology of socialism.

[1152]

R.K.

The Theatre of Gibson Kente

No. 95 (4th Quart. 1983), p. 91

A critical examination of the work of a playwright described by the author as “the best known and most popular in South Africa”.

[1153]

Rocha, Carlos

Communist Internationalism: A Factor We Can Rely On

No. 69 (2nd Quart. 1977), p. 60

An analysis of the fraternal relationship between the MPLA and the Portuguese CP.

[1154]

Rodney, Walter

How Europe Underdeveloped Africa No. 53 (2nd Quart. 1973), p. 103 Book review


[1155]

Rose, Brian (Editor)

Education in Southern Africa No. 45 (2nd Quart. 1971), p. 114 Book review

[1156]

Rosita

As a Woman, My Place is in the Party

No. 99 (4th Quart. 1984), p. 45

[1157]

Rosita

Communists and the Women's Movement in South Africa

No. 106 (3rd Quart. 1986), p. 85

A discussion on the role of the SACP in organising women in the struggle for liberation, and an evaluation of what still needs to be done.

[1158]

Rothstein, Andrew

Marxism After One Hundred Years

No. 93 (2nd Quart. 1983), p. 15

The changes in the world since the death of Marx, their impact on the significance of Marx's teachings, and his legacy for the workers and their allies.

[1159]

Roux, Eddie and Win

Rebel Pity: The Life of Eddie Roux No. 43 (4th Quart. 1970), p. 112 Book review

[1160]

Roysten, Robert (editor)

To Whom It May Concern

No. 59 (4th Quart. 1974), p. 110 Book review

[1161]

Rumyantsev, Academician A.M. Opening address at a seminar in Moscow on 50th anniversary of the SACP

No. 47 (4th Quart. 1971), p. 18



[1162]

Ryan, Oscar

Tim Buck - a Conscience for Canada No. 63 (4th Quart. 1975), p. 110 Book review

[1163]

Rytov, L.

Ivan Potekhin - A Great Africanist No. 54 (3rd Quart. 1973), p. 95 An interview with J.B. Marks (late Chairman, SACP, and published

posthumously) and Moses Kotane (General Secretary, SACP) about the role and scope of the work of the first Director of the Africa Institute of the USSR Academy of Sciences.

[1164]

Sachs, Albie

The Jail Diary of Albie Sachs No. 29 (2nd Quart. 1967), p. 74 Book review

[1165]

Sachs, Albie

Justice in South Africa

No. 55 (4th Quart. 1973), p. 109 Book review

[1166]

Samir Amin

Neo-Colonialism in West Africa No. 60 (1st Quart. 1975), p. 99 Book review

[1167]

Sandbrook, Richard; & Cohen, Robin The Development of an African Working Class: Studies in Class Formation and Action

No. 71 (4th Quart. 1977), p. 92 Book review

[1168]

Sanders, Peter

Moshoeshoe - Chief of the Sotho No. 66 (3rd Quart. 1976), p. 94 Book review


[1169]

Scarlet Whitman

All Will be Ours Again

No. 68 (1st Quart. 1977), p. 100 Poem

[1170]

Schmidt, Elizabeth

Decoding Corporate Camouflage: US Business Support for Apartheid

No. 89 (2nd Quart. 1982), p. 94 Book review

[1171]

Schoeman, Karel

Na Die Geliefde Land

No. 56 (1st Quart. 1974), p. 114 Book review



[1172]

Scorpio

Mozambique: The Long Haul to Socialism

No. 103 (4th Quart. 1985), p. 99 Reviews of books and articles analyzing recent developments in Mozambique and

their significance for South Africa: Hanlon, Joseph: The Revolution Under Fire; Isaacman, Allan and Barbara: Mozambique - From Colonialism to Revolution, 1900- 1982; Campbell, Horace: War, Reconstruction and Dependence in Mozambique (“Third World Quarterly”, Vol. 6 No. 4, Oct. 1984); da Souza, Eduardo: Mozambican Socialism and the Nkomati Accord (“Work in Progress”, July 1984); Davies, Robert H.; & O'Meara, Dan: Total Strategy in Southern Africa: An Analysis of South African Regional Policy since 1978 (paper at 1984 Review of African Political Economy Conference, Keele 1984); Wield, David: Mozambique - Late Colonialism and Early Problems of Transition (in R. Murray & White, C. (eds), Revolutionary Socialist Development in the Third World); Egero, Bertil: Socialist Democracy and Development - Notes on Cuba and Mozambique (paper at workshop on “Democracy and Economic Development”, VII Nordic Political Science Congress, Lund, 1984).

[1173]

Sefali, Dr. Michael

An Introduction to Political Economy No. 73 (2nd Quart. 1978), p. 121 Book review


[1174]

Sefali, Dr. Michael

The Struggle for Economic Independence in Southern Africa

No. 88 (1st Quart. 1982), p. 57 Extract from a paper presented by the

Director of the Institute of Southern Africa Studies at the National University of Lesotho, to a symposium on “African Perspectives on a New International Economic Order”; Addis Ababa University, May 1981.

[1175]

Seidman, Ann and Neva

South Africa and U.S. Multinational Corporations

No. 75 (4th Quart. 1978), p. 103 Book review

[1176]

Seidman, Ann & Neva Seidman Makgetla

Outposts of Monopoly Capitalism No. 85 (2nd Quart. 1981), p. 123 Book review

[1177]

Seidman, Judy

Facelift Apartheid South Africa After Soweto

No. 85 (2nd Quart. 1981), p. 127 Book review

[1178]

Seme, Vusizwe

On the Various Forms of Revolutionary Struggle

No. 71 (4th Quart. 1977), p. 30 Examination of the experience of the October Revolution and history of the USSR to illustrate the various forms of struggle open to people fighting for social change on the basis of Marxism-Leninism.



[1179]

Seme, Vusizwe

Armies and Politics in Africa No. 107 (4th Quart. 1986), p. 58 The causes of coups.

[1180]

Seme, Vusizwe

Henry Winston: A Man of Vision

No. 109 (2nd Quart. 1987), p. 93

A profile of the late national chairman of the Communist Party of the USA.

[1181]

Sentinel

African Commentary

No. 63 (4th Quart. 1975), p. 82 Ethiopia and Eritrea - Reflections on Separatism and the National Question; Enemy Conspiracies in Angola; Mozambique - a Constitution Born in Struggle; Good News from Kenya; Collaboration Corner.

[1182]

Sentinel

African Commentary

No. 65 (2nd Quart. 1976), p. 73 People's Republic of the Congo; Egypt;

Zaire; Madagascar

[1183]

Serfontein, J.H.P.

Brotherhood of Power, an Expose of the Secret Afrikaner Broederbond

No. 79 (4th Quart. 1979), p. 106 Book review

[1184]

Serote, Mongane Wally

Yakhal'inkomo and Tsetlo

No. 59 (4th Quart. 1974), p. 110 Book review


[1185]

Serote, Mongane Wally

To Every Birth its Blood

No. 99 (4th Quart. 1984), p. 103 Book review

[1186]

Serote, Mongane Wally

A Tough Tale

No. 113 (2nd Quart. 1988), p. 118

Poem; book review

[1187]

Serote, Mongane Wally & Ngugi wa Thiong'o

The Role of Culture in the African Revolution

No. 113 (2nd Quart. 1988), p. 31

A round-table discussion with a group of liberation movement activists.

[1188]

Seydou Sissoko

Crisis in Senegal Coming to a Head

No. 84 (1st Quart. 1981), p. 60 The history and role of the African

Independence Party, by the General Secretary.

[1189]

Shay, R. and Vermaak, C.

The Silent War

No. 48 (1st Quart. 1972), p. 99 Book review

[1190]

Shivji, Issa G.

Class Struggles in Tanzania No. 67 (4th Quart. 1976), p. 73 Book review

[1191]

Short, Philip

Banda

No. 58 (3rd Quart. 1974), p. 120 Book review



[1192]

Shubin, V.

Social Democracy and the Struggle Against Colonialism and Apartheid

No. 109 (2nd Quart. 1987), p. 100

Book review

[1193]

Shundeyev, Vladimir

1.   The Republic of Guinea

No. 58 (3rd Quart. 1974), p. 34 Observation and discussions between a representative of “World Marxist Review” and Guinean leaders.

[1194]

Shundeyev, Vladimir

2.   The New way in the Congo Peoples“ Republic

No. 59 (4th Quart. 1974), p. 86

Talks with Party leaders and public figures.

[1195]

Sibeko, Alexander

Students in Revolt I

No. 36 (1st Quart. 1969), p. 62

A survey of student unrest in many parts of the world, analysing the ferment of ideas, many of an ultra-Left character, and the significance of the student movement.

[1196]

Sibeko, Alexander

Students in Revolt: II

No. 38 (3rd Quart. 1969), p. 27 Developments in the student movement in South Africa and links with the revolutionary process.

[1197]

Sibeko, Alexander

South African Students Protest

No. 44 (1st Quart. 1971), p. 45

Attitudes towards the Freedom Charter, the ANC, the SACP


[1198]

Sibeko, Alexander

Students Fight for Freedom

No. 51 (4th Quart. 1972), p. 73

South African students“ struggles, and Black Consciousness.

[1199]

Sibeko, Alexander

Portugal and Africa - Breaking the Chains

No. 59 (4th Quart. 1974), p. 29

On the implications for the MPLA, PAIGC, and FRELIMO of the events in Portugal.

[1200]

Sibeko, Alexander

The Battle for Angola

No. 62 (3rd Quart. 1975), p. 41 Imperialists“ efforts to provoke tribal and national conflicts in an attempt to prevent the MPLA from taking power.

[1201]

Sibeko, Alexander

The Underground Voice

No. 68 (1st Quart. 1977), p. 48

The role of the underground propaganda of the ANC and SACP during the 1976 uprisings.

[1202]

Sibeko, Alexander

Cuba and Angola - An Act of Solidarity

No. 71 (4th Quart. 1977), p. 60

The historical links between Cuba and Africa and the scope and significance of Cuba's policy of aid.

[1203]

Sibeko, Alexander

An Epic of African Resistance

No. 76 (1st Quart. 1979), p. 19

The 100th anniversary of the Battle of Isandhlwana.



[1204]

Sibeko, Alexander

Four Who Were Communists

No. 87 (4th Quart. 1981), p. 41

Tributes on the deaths in combat of Petros Linda Jobane (”Gordon Dibeku“), William Khanyile, Motso Mokgabudi (“Obadi”), Mduduzi Guma (“Nkululeko”)

[1205]

o, Alexander

A Tribute

No. 105 (2nd Quart. 1986), p. 55

A profile of David Rabkin, who was killed in Angola in November 1985.

[1206]

Sierra, Sergio

Racism and Fascism in the Southern Atlantic

No. 74 (3rd Quart. 1978), p. 100

The links between the Vorster regime in South Africa and the fascist dictatorships in Latin America.

[1207]

Sifunasonke, T.

Botha's “Total Strategy” - Crisis Management in South Africa

No. 94 (3rd Quart. 1983), p. 28

The transformation of South Africa into a military dictatorship in attempt to save white supremacy.

[1208]

Sifunasonke, T.

U.S. Eagle Over Africa

No. 99 (4th Quart. 1984), p. 31

A study of how the USA threatens the independence of Africa by attempting to turn the continent into an armed forward base as part of its global anti-Soviet, anti-communist and anti-people policy.

[1209]

Sigingi kaNelani

Apartheid Colonialism in America

No. 25 (2nd Quart. 1966), p. 40


[1210]

Sik, Endre

History of Black Africa: Vol. 1 No. 25 (2nd Quart. 1966), p. 78 Book review

[1211]

Sik, Endre

History of Black Africa: Vol. 2 No. 28 (1st Quart. 1967), p. 67 Book review

[1212]

Sik, Endre

History of Black Africa: Vol. 3 No. 59 (4th Quart. 1974), p. 110 Book review

[1213]

Simango, Uriah

Mozambique, My Country

No. 25 (2nd Quart. 1966), p. 51

[1214]

Simango, Uriah

The Liberation Struggle in Mozambique

No. 32 (1st Quart. 1968), p. 48

A historical survey by the Vice-President of FRELIMO.

[1215]

Simon, Brian

Intelligence, Psychology and Education - A Marxist Critique

No. 47 (4th Quart. 1971), p. 122 Book review

[1216]

Simons, H.J. (Jack)

African Women - Their Legal Status in South Africa

No. 36 (1st Quart. 1969), p. 90 Book review



[1217]

Simons, H.J. (Jack)

Three Streams of the Liberation Struggle

No. 106 (3rd Quart. 1986), p. 49

An address delivered at a memorial meeting to Moses Mabhida; Lusaka, 29 March, 1986.

[1218]

Simons, H.J. (Jack)

Builders of the Communist Party

No. 107 (4th Quart. 1986), p. 37

Profiles of leaders of the SACP since it was founded in 1921.

[1219]

Simons, H.J. (Jack)

Builders of the Communist Party

No. 108 (1st Quart. 1987), p. 33

Profiles of leaders of the SACP since it was founded in 1921.

[1220]

Simons, H.J. (Jack) & Ray

Class and Colour in South Africa No. 96 (1st Quart. 1984), p. 104 Book review

[1221]

Singh, Goolam

Indians Must Boycott Dummy Councils

No. 61 (2nd Quart. 1975), p. 80

The case against the South African Indian Council

[1222]

Singh, T. & Malinga, Phineas Africa Notes and Comment No. 91 (4th Quart. 1982), p. 66

Kenya: No Uhuru Yet; Chad: No Advance for the People; Mauritius: Victory for the Left


[1223]

Singh, T.

Nationalism and Chauvinism in the South African Revolution

No. 81 (2nd Quart. 1980), p. 47

Review of Gail M. Gerhart: Black Power in South Africa - The Evolution of an Ideology

[1224]

Singh, T.

From Rhodesia to Zimbabwe

No. 82 (3rd Quart. 1980), p. 17

An assessment of the problems facing the new state of Zimbabwe and support and strength of the people behind the Patriotic Front.

[1225]

Singh, T.

Namibia: No More Katutura

No. 84 (1st Quart. 1981), p. 38

An examination of the complicity of the Western powers in enabling South Africa to turn aside the UN call for Namibian independence, and the implications for SWAPO and the Namibian people.

[1226]

Singh, T.

The Vanguard Party in the Fight for Socialism

No. 90 (3rd Quart. 1982), p. 22 Examination of Lenin's observation that the support of the majority of the working people for a vanguard Party and the cause of socialism needs long, arduous and stern class struggle.

[1227]

Singh, T.

It is Time for France to Get Out of Africa

No. 96 (1st Quart. 1984), p. 67

The implications of French military intervention in Africa, which preserves imperialism and neo-colonialism as proved by events in Chad.



[1228]

Sisacho, D.S.

Africanisation and the Class Struggle

No. 64 (1st Quart. 1976), p. 75

The national question and liberation, and the need for the fight for independence to take a new form in the fight for socialism.

[1229]

Sisulu, Max Vuyisile

Transnational Corporations“ Involvement in South Africa's Electronic Industry

No. 108 (1st Quart. 1987), p. 83 Book review

[1230]

Sithehi Khwelemthini

Soviet Union Celebrates its 60th Birthday

No. 91 (4th Quart. 1982), p. 18

[1231]

Sizakele Sigxashe

Taxation Robs the African People

No. 47 (4th Quart. 1971), p. 113

White supremacy is proppoed up by a tax system designed to benefit the rich and fleece the poor.

[1232]

Skoda, W.

Amandla Conquers the World

No. 104 (1st Quart. 1986), p. 59

A profile of the ANC's cultural group.

[1233]

Skoda, W.

Gert Sibande

No. 110 (3rd Quart. 1987), p. 113

Obituary

[1234]

Slovo, Joe

Latin America and the Ideas of Regis Debray

No. 33 (2nd Quart. 1968), p. 37 Criticism of Debray's ideas.


[1235]

Slovo, Joe

Ch‚ in Bolivia

No. 38 (3rd Quart. 1969), p. 42 Reflections on Guevara“s Bolivian Diaries

[1236]

Slovo, Joe

The Lion and the Gnat

No. 39 (4th Quart. 1969), p. 72 Review article of book by Pomeroy,

Willam: Guerrilla Warfare and Marxism

[1237]

Slovo, Joe

Lessons of the Mozambican Revolution No. 73 (2nd Quart. 1978), p. 20 Political and historical evaluation of the work of FRELIMO.

[1238]

Slovo, Joe

J.B. Marks, Communist, Man of the People, Fighter for Freedom

No. 95 (4th Quart. 1983), p. 80 Extracts from a speech recorded at a

SACTU seminar on the life and times of

J.B. Marks to commemorate the 80th anniversary of his birth.

[1239]

Slovo, Joe

SACP One of the Great Pillars of our Revolution

No. 107 (4th Quart. 1986), p. 15

A speech delivered by the Chairman of the SACP at the 65th anniversary meeting of the SACP; London, 30 July, 1986.

[1240]

Slovo, Joe

The South African Working Class and the National Democratic Revolution

No. 115 (4th Quart. 1988), p. 99 Book review



[1241]

Smith, Stewart

US Neo-Colonialism in Africa No. 60 (1st Quart. 1975), p. 99 Book review

[1242]

“Socialist, A” Socialism for Africa No. 6 (July 1961), p. 42

[1243]

Socialist Unity Party of Germany & South African Communist Party

Strengthen Anti-Imperialist Unity! No. 32 (1st Quart. 1968), p. 69 Document - Joint communique

[1244]

Socialist Unity Party of Germany

Solidarity Appeal

No. 86 (3rd Quart. 1981), p. 107 Document

[1245]

Solodovnikov, Vasily

The Soviet Union and Africa

No. 35 (4th Quart. 1968), p. 74

A Soviet spokesman's explanation of his country's attitudes to several African problems, incl. struggle against colonialism and white minority regimes in the South.

[1246]

Solodovnikov, Vasily

Africa Fights for Independence No. 46 (3rd Quart. 1971), p. 91 Book review

[1247]

Solodovnikov, Vasily & Bogolovsky, V. Non-Capitalist Development: an Historical Outline

No. 63 (4th Quart. 1975), p. 110 Book review


[1248]

South African Communist Party Greetings from the SACP to the CPGB, 27th Congress

No. 5 (May 1961), p. 59

[1249]

South African Communist Party THE ROAD TO SOUTH AFRICAN

FREEDOM: Programme of the Communist Party

No. 12 (1st Quart. 1963), p. 24

[1250]

South African Communist Party

The Revolutionary Way Out No. 13 (2nd Quart. 1963), p. 3 Central Committee statement

[1251]

South African Communist Party Strive for World Communist Unity No. 16 (1st Quart. 1964), p. 27 Central Committee statement

[1252]

South African Communist Party Political Terrorism in Lesotho No. 18 (3rd Quart. 1964), p. 95 Document

[1253]

South African Communist Party

Message to Vietnam

No. 21 (2nd Quart. 1965), p. 13 Document

[1254]

South African Communist Party French and South African Communists Meet

No. 21 (2nd Quart. 1965), p. 13 Document



[1255]

South African Communist Party

The South African People will Win Their Freedom!

No. 22 (3rd Quart. 1965), p. 5 Central Committee statement

[1256]

South African Communist Party

Rally and Unite Anti-Imperialist Forces No. 22 (3rd Quart. 1965), p. 101 Document

[1257]

South African Communist Party Meeting of British and South African Communists

No. 23 (4th Quart. 1965), p. 102 Document

[1258]

South African Communist Party

Zimbabwe

No. 23 (4th Quart. 1965), p. 5 Central Committee statement

[1259]

South African Communist Party Message to the 23rd Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union No. 25 (2nd Quart. 1966), p. 86 Document

[1260]

South African Communist Party

Vietnam

No. 28 (1st Quart. 1967), p. 84 Resolution by the Central Committee

[1261]

South African Communist Party

The Present Situation in the World, in Africa, in Southern Africa; The International Communist Movement; Events in China

No. 29 (2nd Quart. 1967), p. 5 Central Committee statements


[1262]

South African Communist Party & Socialist Unity Party of Germany Strengthen Anti-Imperialist Unity! No. 32 (1st Quart. 1968), p. 69 Document - Joint communique

[1263]

South African Communist Party

The Developing Armed Liberation Struggle In Southern Africa

No. 34 (3rd Quart. 1968), p. 4 Report adopted at Plenary Meeting

[1264]

South African Communist Party Meeting with Representatives of Communist Party of Great Britain No. 34 (3rd Quart. 1968), p. 86

[1265]

South African Communist Party and Communist Party of Lesotho

Joint Statement

No. 34 (3rd Quart. 1968), p. 86

[1266]

South Africans in the GDR (writing jointly)

Letter to the Editor

No. 35 (4th Quart. 1968), p. 92 About events in Czechoslovakia

[1267]

South African students (writing jointly)

Philosophy is Partisan

No. 36 (1st Quart. 1969), p. 83

A discussion of Lenin“s struggle for Marxist philosophy and its significance for our own struggle.

[1268]

South African Communist Party

Lenin the Liberator

No. 42 (3rd Quart. 1970), p. 113 Document



[1269]

South African Communist Party Statement: Freedom Can Be Won; Report and Decisions

No. 43 (4th Quart. 1970), p. 21, 51

From 1970 Augmented Meeting of the Central Committee.

[1270]

South African Communist Party

Paper presented at seminar in the GDR to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the birth of Friedrich Engels

No. 44 (1st Quart. 1971), p. 117 Document

[1271]

South African Communist Party

24th Congress of the Soviet Communist Party

No. 46 (3rd Quart. 1971), p. 68 Report by a  delegation member

[1272]

South African Communist Party

Builders of the Party

No. 46 (3rd Quart. 1971), p. 42

Photographs of SACP leaders during the last 50 years.

[1273]

South African Communist Party

Fifty Fighting Years

No. 46 (3rd Quart. 1971), p. 21 Central Committee Statement

[1274]

South African Communist Party

Message to the 24th Congress of the CPSU

No. 46 (3rd Quart. 1971), p. 77

Delivered by J.B. Marks, Chairman SACP

[1275]

South African Communist Party Statement on the Sale of British Arms to South Africa

No. 46 (3rd Quart. 1971), p. 79 Made with other Parties


[1276]

South African Communist Party

The Sudan Events

No. 47 (4th Quart. 1971), p. 70 Statement by Central Committee.

[1277]

South African Communist Party

Stand By Namibia!

No. 50 (3rd Quart. 1972), p. 110 Document: article from “Inkululeko- Freedom”, distributed in South Africa

[1278]

South African Communist Party

Plenary Meeting of the Central Committee No. 52 (1st Quart. 1973), p. 10 Communique and Statements on the home and international situation.

[1279]

South African Communist Party Amilcar Cabral - Outstanding Leader of African Liberation Movement

No. 53 (2nd Quart. 1973), p. 38

A tribute by Dr. Yusuf Dadoo (National Chairman) following the assassination by Portuguese agents.

[1280]

South African Communist Party

Cabral's Monument Will Be a Free Africa No. 53 (2nd Quart. 1973), p. 44 Statement.

[1281]

South African Communist Party

We Pay Undying Tribute...

No. 53 (2nd Quart. 1973), p. 36

Letter to the Vietnam Workers“ Party and the National Liberation Front from Dr.

Yusuf Dadoo, National Chairman.



[1282]

South African Communist Party Support South Africa's Militant Black Workers

No. 55 (4th Quart. 1973), p. 19 Statement by Central Committee.

[1283]

South African Communist Party South Africa - A Time of Challenge No. 56 (1st Quart. 1974), p. 19

A critical appraisal of the Bantustans, Black Consciousness, and other new currents.

[1284]

South African Communist Party

The War in the Middle East

No. 56 (1st Quart. 1974), p. 91 Statement by Central Committee

[1285]

South African Communist Party Bantustans, Black Consciousness and the White Opposition

No. 57 (2nd Quart. 1974), p. 25

Members of the Central Committee discuss some critical issues.

[1286]

South African Communist Party Resolutions and Communiques No. 57 (2nd Quart. 1974), p. 34

From the plenary session of the Central Committee, on peace and liberation, Chile, the Middle East, unity and freedom in Africa, Maoism, the fight against apartheid, the international Communist movement.

[1287]

South African Communist Party The South African Elections No. 58 (3rd Quart. 1974), p. 59

Statement by the Central Committee.


[1288]

South African Communist Party

No Compromise With White Supremacy

No. 60 (1st Quart. 1975), p. 22 Central Committee statement

[1289]

South African Communist Party

Death of Bram Fischer

No. 62 (3rd Quart. 1975), p. 24 Statement by Central Committee.

[1290]

South African Communist Party

Long Live Independent Mozambique! Long Live FRELIMO!

No. 62 (3rd Quart. 1975), p. 5 Letter to Samora Machel

[1291]

South African Communist Party Defeat Vorster and his Collaborators! Engage the Enemy on Every Front!

No. 64 (1st Quart. 1976), p. 22

Central Committee report on the situation confronting the liberation movement.

[1292]

South African Communist Party Favourable Conditions for Struggle No. 64 (1st Quart. 1976), p. 41 Joint communique with CPSU.

[1293]

South African Communist Party

Make Detente Irreversible!

No. 64 (1st Quart. 1976), p. 34 International resolution of the Central Committee.

[1294]

South African Communist Party

South African Communists Visit Congo

No. 64 (1st Quart. 1976), p. 52

Joint communique with Congolese Party of Labour.



[1295]

South African Communist Party

The Enemy Hidden Under the Same Colour

No. 65 (2nd Quart. 1976), p. 16

Statement on the expulsion from the ANC of the “group of eight”.

[1296]

South African Communist Party New Perspectives for Liberation No. 66 (3rd Quart. 1976), p. 57

Message to the 25th Congress of the CPSU.

[1297]

South African Communist Party

True Liberation Needs a Strong Working Class

No. 67 (4th Quart. 1976), p. 20 Leaflet distributed in South Africa.

[1298]

South African Communist Party South African Communists at Vietnam Congress

No. 69 (2nd Quart. 1977), p. 54

Report of a delegation to the 4th Congress of the Vietnam Workers“ Party (Communist Party of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam)

[1299]

South African Communist Party The Way Forward from Soweto No. 70 (3rd Quart. 1977), p. 21

Political Report adopted by Plenary Session of Central Committee, April 1977.

[1300]

South African Communist Party

South Africa and the Angolan Revolution No. 73 (2nd Quart. 1978), p. 101 Message to the First Congress of trhe MPLA, December 1977.


[1301]

South African Communist Party Forward to People's Power - The Challenge Ahead

No. 80 (1st Quart. 1980), p. 5

Statement at an augmented meeting of the Central Committee.

[1302]

South African Communist Party

Long Live Proletarian Internationalism!

No. 80 (1st Quart. 1980), p. 40

Resolution of an augmented meeting of the SACP.

[1303]

South African Communist Party Statement on the Situation in Afghanistan No. 81 (2nd Quart. 1980), p. 91 Document

[1304]

South African Communist Party Moses Mabhida - Our New General Secretary

No. 84 (1st Quart. 1981), p. 21 A political biography.

[1305]

South African Communist Party Unity and Organisation Mean Victory No. 84 (1st Quart. 1981), p. 31 Resolution on the current situation.

[1306]

South African Communist Party

Smash the White Republic of Black Misery!

No. 86 (3rd Quart. 1981), p. 5 Central Committee statement on 60th Anniversary of the SACP.

[1307]

South African Communist Party Halt South Africa's Drive to War! No. 88 (1st Quart. 1982), p. 5

An appeal by the Central Committee.



[1308]

South African Communist Party

South African Communists Speak - Documents from the History of the South African Communist Party 1915-1980 No. 88 (1st Quart. 1982), p. 93

Book review

[1309]

South African Communist Party

On Poland

No. 89 (2nd Quart. 1982), p. 96

Statement by Central Committee; Document

[1310]

South African Communist Party

On Cuba

No. 89 (2nd Quart. 1982), p. 97

Statement by Central Committee; Document

[1311]

South African Communist Party

A Great Revolutionary: Message on the Centenary of the Birth of Georgi Dimitrov No. 91 (4th Quart. 1982), p. 86

Document

[1312]

South African Communist Party

Death of Leonid Brezhnev

No. 92 (1st Quart. 1983), p. 4

Letter to the Central Committee of the CPSU

[1313]

South African Communist Party

Israel and South Africa - The Present Day Nazis!

No. 92 (1st Quart. 1983), p. 84 Document: leaflet distributed throughout South Africa by underground units of the SACP.

[1314]

South African Communist Party

The Maseru Massacre

No. 93 (2nd Quart. 1983), p. 111 Document


[1315]

South African Communist Party Protest against persecution in Iran, the

banning of the Iranian People's Party, and the arrest of many members.

No. 94 (3rd Quart. 1983), p. 111 Document

[1316]

South African Communist Party

A United People will Defeat the Enemy No. 96 (1st Quart. 1984), p. 35 Statement adopted by the Central Committee, September 1983.

[1317]

South African Communist Party

The Most Pressing Duty Before all Humankind is to Avert the Danger of a Nuclear Holocaust

No. 96 (1st Quart. 1984), p. 59 International Resolution adopted by the Central Committee, September 1983.

[1318]

South African Communist Party Victory Sooner Rather Than Later! No. 101 (2nd Quart. 1985), p. 9 Communique issued after the Sixth Congress.

[1319]

South African Communist Party Aims of the South African Communist Party

No. 102 (3rd Quart. 1985), p. 46

Extract from the new constitution adopted at the 6th Congress.

[1320]

South African Communist Party, William Khanyile unit

There Are No Short Cuts to Victory No. 102 (3rd Quart. 1985), p. 47 The problems of mobilisation,

organisation, and politicisation confronting activists in the underground.



[1321]

South African Communist Party

“The Ideas of Socialism are Spreading”

No. 105 (2nd Quart. 1986), p. 5

Statement issued by the Central Committee.

[1322]

South African Communist Party Hamba Kahle, Moses Mabhida No. 106 (3rd Quart. 1986), p. 27

A Central Committee statement, report, speeches and messages on the occasion of the funeral of the General Secretary of the SACP, Moses Mabhida, who died in Maputo on 29 March 1986.

[1323]

South African Communist Party

A Distant Clap of Thunder

No. 107 (4th Quart. 1986), p. 111

Book review

[1324]

South African Communist Party Statement on the State of Emergency No. 107 (4th Quart. 1986), p. 126

Document

[1325]

South African Communist Party

Tribute to Samora Machel

No. 108 (1st Quart. 1987), p. 47 Given by the Chairman, Joe Slovo, to FRELIMO and the Government of the People's Republic of Mozambique.

[1326]

South African Communist Party White Worker - Your Future Lies with Democracy

No. 108 (1st Quart. 1987), p. 75

Document; an underground leaflet circulated in South Africa.


[1327]

South African Communist Party Intensify the Struggle on All Fronts! No. 109 (2nd Quart. 1987), p. 5 Political Statement of the Central Committee.

[1328]

South African Communist Party Workers, Organise and Unite - Join the SACP, ANC and MK for Freedom and Socialism

No. 112 (1st Quart. 1988), p. 38

An appeal circulated by the underground in South Africa.

[1329]

South African Communist Party

Leading Role of the Working Class in the Present Situation

No. 113 (2nd Quart. 1988), p. 5

A statement issued in January 1988 following a plenary session of the Central Committee.

[1330]

South African Communist Party

On Regional Conflicts and the Danger of War

No. 113 (2nd Quart. 1988), p. 107

A statement by the SACP delegation at the meeting of delegations attending the 70th anniversary celebrations of the October Revolution (Moscow, November 1987).

[1331]

South African Communist Party

Hands off Angola!

No. 113 (2nd Quart. 1988), p. 111

Document; a statement by the Central Committee, on 18 November, 1987.

[1332]

South African Communist Party Imperialism, Apartheid and Destabilisation in Southern Africa No. 115 (4th Quart. 1988), p. 15 A Position Paper.



[1333]

South African Communist Party

R‚sum‚ of a joint meeting with members of the Central Committee of the CPSU

No. 115 (4th Quart. 1988), p. 126

Document

[1334]

Southern African Development Coordination Conference

The Cost of South African Aggression No. 105 (2nd Quart. 1986), p. 86 Submission by the member States of the

SADCC to the summit meeting of the Heads of State of the O.A.U., Addis Ababa, July 1985.

[1335]

Soviet Afro-Asian Solidarity Committee

Statement

No. 15 (4th Quart. 1963), p. 99 Document

[1336]

Special Correspondent

Nigeria After the Elections

No. 21 (2nd Quart. 1965), p. 41

[1337]

Special Correspondent

Socialist Land Reform in Tanzania No. 45 (2nd Quart. 1971), p. 71 Ujamaa villages.

[1338]

Special Correspondent

The Final Battle for Zimbabwe

No. 66 (3rd Quart. 1976), p. 41

An analysis of the forces involved in the struggle against the Smith regime and its allies.


[1339]

Special Correspondent

FRELIMO Fights for the Future of Mozambique

No. 95 (4th Quart. 1983), p. 37

A report on the fourth congress of FRELIMO, held in April 1983; including a survey of the situation in Mozambique and an evaluation of the proceedings at the congress.

[1340]

“Spectator”

Elections in Mozambique - The Reality of Liberty

No. 74 (3rd Quart. 1978), p. 60 Comment on the first country-wide

elections since FRELIMO came to power.

[1341]

Spectator

Building the Party in Mozambique

No. 79 (4th Quart. 1979), p. 45

The development of FRELIMO from a Front into a Party.

[1342]

“Spectator”

For the Nation to Live the Tribe Must Die

No. 89 (2nd Quart. 1982), p. 30 How the history of the Mozambique liberation struggle has led to the

destruction of tribal, regional, racial and religious divisions in the course of creating people's power.

[1343]

Staar, Richard F.

Yearbook on International Communist Affairs

No. 59 (4th Quart. 1974), p. 110 Book review



[1344]

Stetler, Russell (Editor)

The Military Art of People's War: Selected Writings of General Vo Nguyen Giap

No. 50 (3rd Quart. 1972), p. 98 Book review

[1345]

Stilton, Eric

The Function of Education in the Struggle for Liberation

No. 92 (1st Quart. 1983), p. 54

A discussion of the need for the education policy of the liberation movement to be designed to produce active militants who are politically and intellectually equipped for the tasks facing the movement.

[1346]

Stilton, Eric

A United Front is Imperative to Defeat the Apartheid Regime

No. 115 (4th Quart. 1988), p. 59

On how the need to construct a political front against the apartheid regime poses the question of how contradictions and conflicts between different sections of the people and different organisations are to be handled.

[1347]

Stoecker, H.

German Imperialism in Africa No. 115 (4th Quart. 1988), p. 99 Book review

[1348]

Stone, Oliver

Platoon

No. 111 (4th Quart. 1987), p. 122

Film review; reviewed together with Come and See (Elem Klimov)

[1349]

Strage, Mark

Cape to Cairo

No. 71 (4th Quart. 1977), p. 98 Book review


[1350]

Stultz, Newell M.

The Nationalists in Opposition 1934-1948

No. 66 (3rd Quart. 1976), p. 94 Book review

[1351]

Sudanese Communist Party

One Year Later

No. 51 (4th Quart. 1972), p. 69

Statement on the anniversary of the 19 July Movement.

[1352]

Sudanese Communist Party, member of the Contral Committee of

Crisis in the Southern Sudan

No. 68 (1st Quart. 1977), p. 69 Historical analysis on the problems, including the Southern problem, and the necessity to defeat the Nimeiry regime.

[1353]

Suret-Canale, Jean

Tropical Africa Before the Colonialists

No. 8 (1st Quart. 1962), p. 26

[1354]

Suret-Canale, Jean

Effects of Colonialism on African Society

No. 9 (2nd Quart. 1962), p. 52

[1355]

Suret-Canale, Jean

Aid and Co-operation: A Democratic Policy for France

No. 32 (1st Quart. 1968), p. 19 French Communist Party approach.

[1356]

Suttner, Raymond

“It is Not Wrong to Fight for Freedom and Equality”

No. 65 (2nd Quart. 1976), p. 83 Speech from the dock before being

senteneced to 7 1/2 years imprisonment for distributing SACP and ANC leaflets.



[1357]

Sworakowski, Witold S.

World Communism: A Handbook 1918-1965

No. 59 (4th Quart. 1974), p. 110 Book review

[1358]

Szentes, Thomas (Tamas) The Political Economy of Underdevelopment

No. 96 (1st Quart. 1984), p. 89 Book review

[1359]

Tambo, Oliver Reginald~

South Africa's Political Prisoners No. 16 (1st Quart. 1964), p. 93 Document

[1360]

Tambo, Oliver Reginald and Nyerere, Julius K.

The Arusha Declaration

No. 29 (2nd Quart. 1967), p. 69 Document

[1361]

Tambo, Oliver Reginald Mobilising for the Revolution No. 38 (3rd Quart. 1969), p. 12

Report of speech by Acting President- General, main decisions, and other reports on the ANC's Consultative Conference, Morogoro, 25 April-1 May.

[1362]

Tambo, Oliver Reginald

Speech at 60th Anniversary meeting of SACP, 30 July 1981

No. 87 (4th Quart. 1981), p. 16 With Moses Mabhida.

[1363]

Tarabrin, E.A. (Editor)

Neo-Colonialism and Africa in the 1970's

No. 78 (3rd Quart. 1979), p. 102 Book review


[1364]

Tarabrin, E.A. (editor)

USSR and the Countries of Africa No. 89 (2nd Quart. 1982), p. 90 Book review

[1365]

Tau, B.

The Imperialist Threat to Africa - 2: Guinea

No. 45 (2nd Quart. 1971), p. 45 Portuguese aggression and invasion. See also article by Henry Maya on Uganda.

[1366]

Tau Ya Mogale

Is there a Place for Black Consciousness?

No. 82 (3rd Quart. 1980), p. 59

The history of Black Consciousness, its relationship to African nationalism, and to the policies of the ANC.

[1367]

Tau ya Mogale

Why I Joined the Communist Party

No. 84 (1st Quart. 1981), p. 55 By a former Soweto student.

[1368]

Tau ya Mogale

Eulogy to Dr Yusuf Dadoo

o. 99 (4th Quart. 1984), p. 72

Poem in commemoration of his death

[1369]

Teixeira, Blanqui

The Anglo-Portuguese Alliance and its Meaning for Africa

No. 54 (3rd Quart. 1973), p. 56

A history of the 600-year-old alliance, and how it has enabled imperialism to plunder both Portugal and her colonial territories.



[1370]

Temu, A., and B. Swai

Historians and Africanist History: A Critique

No. 94 (3rd Quart. 1983), p. 96 Book review

[1371]

Terence Africanus

Mr Mboya's `Socialism“

No. 14 (3rd Quart. 1963), p. 53

[1372]

Terence Africanus

The First International - 100 years After

No. 18 (3rd Quart. 1964), p. 71

[1373]

Terence Africanus

The 50th anniversary of the October Revolution: 1 - The Background No. 29 (2nd Quart. 1967), p. 40

[1374]

Terence Africanus

The 50th anniversary of the October Revolution: 2 - From February to October No. 30 (3rd Quart. 1967), p. 62

[1375]

Terence Africanus

The 50th Anniversary of the October Revolution: 3 - Shaking the World No. 31 (4th Quart. 1967), p. 25

[1376]

Terence Africanus

Karl Marx: the Man Who Changed the World

No. 34 (3rd Quart. 1968), p. 25

On the 150th anniversary of his birth, some of his ideas and the state of the Communist movement.


[1377]

Terence Africanus

Comintern

No. 36 (1st Quart. 1969), p. 74 Comment on the 50th anniversary of the Communist International, and lessons for the communist and workers“ movements today.

[1378]

Terence Africanus

Lenin and Africa

No. 40 (1st Quart. 1970), p. 15

On the centenary of Lenin“s birth, an article distinguishing the special significance of his life and work for Africa.

[1379]

Terfa, Solomon

Drought and the Ethiopian Revolution

No. 78 (3rd Quart. 1979), p. 76

Factors leading to the overthrow of Haile Selassie and the problems of the new government.

[1380]

Theodoropoulos, Christos

“Colonialism of a Special Type” and its Implications

No. 91 (4th Quart. 1982), p. 53

An examination of the nature of the South African state and of the national liberation struggle, which is not a civil war but an international conflict between two socio- historical entities for the control and exercise of political power.

[1381]

Theresa

A Page from the Diary of a Communist

No. 111 (4th Quart. 1987), p. 34

An essay in honour of the 70th anniversary of the October Revolution.



[1382]

Thion, Serge

Le Pouvoir Pale Ou Le Racisme Sud- Africain

No. 38 (3rd Quart. 1969), p. 82 Book review

[1383]

Thompson, Leonard; & Butler, Jeffrey (editors)

Change in Contemporary South Africa

No. 66 (3rd Quart. 1976), p. 94 Book review

[1384]

Thompson, Leonard

African Societies in Southern Africa No. 42 (3rd Quart. 1970), p. 106 Book review

[1385]

Tlale, P. & Makwugo Okoye

Africa and Democracy

No. 19 (4th Quart. 1964), p. 60

[1386]

Tlale, P.

Sanctions Against Apartheid

No. 16 (1st Quart. 1964), p. 35

[1387]

Tlale, P.

The Apartheid Economy Today

No. 18 (3rd Quart. 1964), p. 48

[1388]

Tlale, P.

The Imperialist Stake in Apartheid

No. 23 (4th Quart. 1965), p. 23

[1389]

Toivo Hermann Ja Toivo

A Namibian Patriot before a South African Court

No. 49 (2nd Quart. 1972), p. 113 Document: statement during the trial of Namibians in Pretoria, 1 February 1968.


[1390]

Touma, Emile

Deteriorating Israeli Position in Africa No. 54 (3rd Quart. 1973), p. 75 Consequences of Israeli cooperation with United States imperialism and with South African and Rhodesian racialism; reprinted from Informational Bulletin of the Israel CP.

[1391]

Toussaint

Marxism - The Science of Change

No. 1 (October 1959), p. 8

[1392]

Toussaint

How “Foreign” is Communism?

No. 2 (April 1960), p. 16

[1393]

Toussaint

The United Nations: Illusion and Reality

No. 4 (January 1961), p. 6

[1394]

Toussaint

Solidarity with South Africa

No. 5 (May 1961), p. 29

[1395]

Toussaint

Towards Real Independance (The Cairo Meeting of the All-African People's Conference

No. 6 (July 1961), p. 32

[1396]

Toussaint

Transkei

No. 28 (1st Quart. 1967), p. 56

[1397]

Toussaint

Tanzania's New Revolution (The Arusha Declaration)

No. 29 (2nd Quart. 1967), p. 19



[1398]

Toussaint

Beneath the Golden Surface

No. 37 (2nd Quart. 1969), p. 25

Changes in the South African gold mining industry; exploitation of black miners.

[1399]

Toussaint

When Talk is Treachery

No. 45 (2nd Quart. 1971), p. 24 Comment on leaders of African states calling for dialogue with S.A.

[1400]

Toussaint

Africa: Notes and Comments

No. 55 (4th Quart. 1973), p. 83 Africa and the EEC; Kenya Budgets; Drought; Swaziland; Lesotho.

[1401]

Toussaint

Black Bankers - Friends or Enemies of Liberation?

No. 64 (1st Quart. 1976), p. 63

Role of the black bourgeoisie in South Africa, and its inability to either weaken white capital or further the national liberation movement.

[1402]

Toussaint

Class and Nation in the South African Revolution

No. 72 (1st Quart. 1978), p. 19

Criticism of ultra-left “bogies” long laid to rest by South African revolutionaries.

[1403]

Toussaint

“Fallen Among Liberals”

No. 78 (3rd Quart. 1979), p. 18

A study of Steve Biko's philosophy, which did not show the way forward to active struggle.


[1404]

Toussaint

South African Communist Party Anniversary on July 30: In Retrospect - 60 Years On

No. 86 (3rd Quart. 1981), p. 25

History of the SACP, concentrating on the struggle to reconcile socialist and liberationist aspirations which has united the revolutionary movement.

[1405]

Toussaint

A Trade Union is Not a Political Party

No. 93 (2nd Quart. 1983), p. 35

A critique of the speech by FOSATU general secretary Joe Foster at the April 1982 conference.

[1406]

Toussaint

A Mirror of Our Times

No. 100 (1st Quart. 1985), p. 21

A review of the first 25 years of The African Communist.

[1407]

Toussaint

In Search of Ideology: a Critical Look at AZAPO

No. 102 (3rd Quart. 1985), p. 32

A description of the failure of the Azanian People's Organisation to develop the ideology needed for the socialist solution it claims it is committed to, or to learn from historical experience.

[1408]

Toussaint

A Man of Our Time

No. 106 (3rd Quart. 1986), p. 20

A profile of Joe Slovo, Chairman of the SACP.



[1409]

Toussaint

A Farewell Salute to Samora Machel

No. 108 (1st Quart. 1987), p. 43 A profile and obituary.

[1410]

Toussaint

On Workerism, Socialism, and the Communist Party

No. 114 (3rd Quart. 1988), p. 21

A contribution to the debate on stages of the revolution and the meaning of workers“ control.

[1411]

Trevor, Hugh

The Question of an Uprising of the Whole People: The Role of the Masses in our Liberation Struggle

No. 97 (2nd Quart. 1984), p. 62

The development of the South African revolution will take the form of protracted struggle in which the elements of national liberation and civil war involving intensified class struggle will be closely interlinked; and see Mzala, No. 86 (3rd Quart. 1981), p. 83; and No. 102 (3rd Quart. 1985), p. 66.

[1412]

Tshonyane, Magoabi

The 25th Anniversary of Umkhonto we Sizwe: The Pride of All the Oppressed No. 108 (1st Quart. 1987), p. 25

The development of the armed struggle and perspectives for the future.

[1413]

Tshume, Albert

Africa's Revolutionary Way Forward

No. 51 (4th Quart. 1972), p. 94

The non-capitalist road of development.


[1414]

Tshume, Albert

The Non-Capitalist Path in Africa No. 52 (1st Quart. 1973), p. 40 Problems of major significance to the African revolution.

[1415]

Tudeh (Communist) Party of Iran (anonymous officials)

What Went Wrong with the Iranian Revolution?

No. 95 (4th Quart. 1983), p. 48

A description of how the forces of local reaction aided by imperialism attempt to turn the clock back and return Iran to the western camp.

[1416]

Tunisian Communist Party

7th Congress

No. 10 (3rd Quart. 1962), p. 53

[1417]

Turok, Ben (editor)

Revolutionary Thought in the 20th Century

No. 84 (1st Quart. 1981), p. 87 Book review

[1418]

Turok, Ben

Strategic Problems in South Africa's Liberation Struggle: A Critical Analysis No. 60 (1st Quart. 1975), p. 99

Book review

[1419]

Uhlig, Mark A.

Apartheid in Crisis

No. 107 (4th Quart. 1986), p. 114

Book review

[1420]

Ulyanovsky, Professor Rostislav Socialism and the Newly Independent Nations

No. 63 (4th Quart. 1975), p. 110 Book review



[1421]

Ulyanovsky, Professor Rostislav Scientific Socialism and Franz Fanon No. 80 (1st Quart. 1980), p. 88

A summing-up of his theories on national liberation and armed struggle from the point of view of Marxism-Leninism.

[1422]

Ulyanovsky, Professor Rostislav

Present-Day Problems in Asia and Africa: Theory, Politics, Personalities

No. 87 (4th Quart. 1981), p. 90 Book review

[1423]

Ulyanovsky, Professor Rostislav Agostinho Neto - First President of Free Angola

No. 92 (1st Quart. 1983), p. 87

Political biography of the leader of MPLA till 1979.

[1424]

Ulyanovsky, Professor Rostislav

The Comintern and the East - A Critique of the Critique

No. 93 (2nd Quart. 1983), p. 92 Book review

[1425]

Ulyanovsky, Professor Rostislav Scientific Socialism and Amilcar Cabral No. 99 (4th Quart. 1984), p. 49

To mark the 60th anniversary of the birth of Amilcar Cabral, who was assassinated in January 1973; reprinted from Asia and Africa Today (USSR).

[1426]

“Umsebenzi”, 19 December, 1930 (reprint from)

Johannes Nkosi - A Great Communist Leader

No. 60 (1st Quart. 1975), p. 78

The story of his murder by the police at an anti-pass demonstration in Durban.


[1427] UNATTRIBUTED

Africa: Notes and Comments No. 58 (3rd Quart. 1974), p. 108 Ethiopia in Turmoil; Cameroon

[1428] UNATTRIBUTED

Africa: Notes and Comments

No. 60 (1st Quart. 1975), p. 85 Ethiopia: Is This the Revolution?; The

Eritrean Question; Cape Verde Islands and the PAIGC; Morocco Party Legalised;

Stealing a Country and a Song

[1429] UNATTRIBUTED

Africa - Notes and Comments

No. 66 (3rd Quart. 1976), p. 69

French Colonialism - The Struggle for its Final Liquidation; Senegal: Prospects for Change.

[1430] UNATTRIBUTED

Africa: Notes and Comments

No. 68 (1st Quart. 1977), p. 82

An historic advance - the founding of the Somali Revolutionary Socialist Party (SRSP); Ivory Coast “Economic Miracle” - a false image; Senegal - a bogus “Party”; Nigeria - a welcome venture.

[1431] UNATTRIBUTED

Africa: Notes and Comments

No. 69 (2nd Quart. 1977), p. 94 FRELIMO's Third Congress - A Great Event for Africa; Congo Party Congress; Support from Nigeria.



[1432] UNATTRIBUTED

Africa: Notes and Comments

No. 78 (3rd Quart. 1979), p. 88

Congo: Denis Gasso Nguesso Takes Over; Ugandan-Tanzanian conflict: Challenge to the OAU; Egypt: Legalisation of Occupation.

[1433]

United Nations Special Committee on Apartheid

Fascist Terror in South Africa No. 17 (2nd Quart. 1964), p. 62 Document

[1434]

United Nations Organisation

General Assembly debate on “The Right to Fight for Freedom”

No. 41 (2nd Quart. 1970), p. 114 Document; reprinted from “Objective:

Justice”, Vol. 1 No. 1

[1435] UNSPECIFIED

Consultative Meeting of Communist Parties No. 21 (2nd Quart. 1965), p. 78

Document

[1436]

Unterhalter, Elaine

Forced Removal - The Division, Segregation and Control of the People of South Africa No. 114 (3rd Quart. 1988), p. 100

Book review

[1437]

Urnov, A.Y.

The Policy of the Republic of South Africa in Africa

No. 104 (1st Quart. 1986), p. 100

Book review

[1438]

Usman, Y.

Shortcomings of Military Rule

No. 26 (3rd Quart. 1966), p. 58


[1439]

Usman, Yusufu Baba

For the Liberation of Nigeria - Essays and Lectures 1979-1978

No. 81 (2nd Quart. 1980), p. 80 Book review

[1440]

USSR Academy of Sciences

The Social Sciences

No. 43 (4th Quart. 1970), p. 119 Book review

[1441]

Uys, Jamie

The Gods Must be Crazy

No. 105 (2nd Quart. 1986), p. 105

Film review

[1442]

Vakrushev, V.

Neo-Colonialism: Methods and Manoeuvres

No. 59 (4th Quart. 1974), p. 110 Book review

[1443]

Vambe, Lawrence

An Ill-Fated People

No. 51 (4th Quart. 1972), p. 117 Book review

[1444]

Vandenbosch, Avery

South Africa and the World: The Foreign Policy of Apartheid

No. 47 (4th Quart. 1971), p. 122 Book review

[1445]

Van Onselen, Charles

Chibaro: African Mine Labour in Southern Rhodesia 1900-33

No. 67 (4th Quart. 1976), p. 73 Book review



[1446]

Van Onselen, Charles

Studies in the Social and Economic History of the Witwatersrand 1886-1914; Vol. 1 - New Babylon; Vol. 2 - New Nineveh

No. 93 (2nd Quart. 1983), p. 96 Book review

[1447]

Van Tao

The Differences Between the Vietnamese and Chinese Revolutions

No. 85 (2nd Quart. 1981), p. 97

The CP in Vietnam based itself on the working class, whereas the Chinese CP under Maoist leadership promoted peasantry and petty-bourgeois elements to lead the revolution.

[1448]

Various Communist Parties and others Messages of Condolence to the SACP No. 51 (4th Quart. 1972), p. 25

From five continents on the death of J.B. Marks, Chairman of the SACP.

[1449]

Various

Tributes to Bram Fischer

No. 63 (4th Quart. 1975), p. 97

[1450]

Venter, A.J.

The Terror Fighters

No. 48 (1st Quart. 1972), p. 99 Book review

[1451]

Viatkina, R.R.

The Foundation of the Union of South Africa

No. 71 (4th Quart. 1977), p. 98 Book review


[1452]

Vietnam (A tribute from)

Half a Century of Undaunted Struggle No. 50 (3rd Quart. 1972), p. 117 Document: translation of article in Nhan Dan (Hanoi, 30 July 1971) on the 50th anniversary of the SACP

[1453]

Vietnam Workers“ Party

A Cable from Hanoi

No. 54 (3rd Quart. 1973), p. 15 Message of thanks

[1454]

Vigilator

What Really Happened to KAL 007?

No. 100 (1st Quart. 1985), p. 31

An examination of the facts surrounding the shooting down of the Korean airliner on 31 August 1983, and of the use of a civilian flight by the US for espionage purposes.

[1455]

Villiers, J.

White Labour and Apartheid

No. 34 (3rd Quart. 1968), p. 60 Examination of TUCSA“s decisions to exclude and then to admit African unions; the white labour aristocracy and its relation to the revolutionary movement.

[1456]

Villiers, J.

Botswana - Balanced on a Tightrope No. 45 (2nd Quart. 1971), p. 51 Pressures from South Africa.

[1457]

Villiers, J.

Namibia and the World

No. 50 (3rd Quart. 1972), p. 38

Take-over and colonisation by South Africa from the League of Nations onwards.



[1458]

Villiers, J.

Feathering the Nest

No. 57 (2nd Quart. 1974), p. 86 Criticism of the British TUC mission to South Africa.

[1459]

Villiers, J.

Christianity and apartheid

No. 58 (3rd Quart. 1974), p. 45

A retrospective analysis of the ideology and role of Christian liberalism in South Africa, as exemplified by SPROCAS

[1460]

Villiers, J.

Bantustan Myths and Realities

No. 64 (1st Quart. 1976), p. 83

The impact of the Bantustan policies: not statehood or independence but a device to enable white racism to continue to rule.

[1461]

Villiers, J.

Transkei “independence” Fraud No. 66 (3rd Quart. 1976), p. 19 An examination of the bogus “independence” of the Transkei.

[1462]

Vilner, Meir

Heroes of the War

No. 56 (1st Quart. 1974), p. 94

Speech on the policy of the Communist Party of Israel regarding the problems of Jews and Arabs in the Middle East.

[1463]

Vilner, Meir

Zionism is a Movement of Racial Discrimination

No. 65 (2nd Quart. 1976), p. 116 Document: speech in the Israeli Knesset on the policy of the CP of Israel.


[1464]

Vinokurov, Yuri

Patrice Lumumba: Personality and Fighter

No. 87 (4th Quart. 1981), p. 102 A profile.

[1465]

Vivo, Raul Valdes

Ethiopia's Revolution

No. 76 (1st Quart. 1979), p. 118 Book review

[1466]

Vukani Mawethu

Africa: Notes and Comment No. 72 (1st Quart. 1978), p. 82 Tanzania: Solidarity in Practice;

Seychelles: End of a Corrupt Regime; Zaire: Mobutu Commits Another Crime; Western Sahara: Polisario Fights.

[1467]

Vukani Mawethu

Africa: Notes and Comment

No. 73 (2nd Quart. 1978), p. 89 Angola: MPLA Sets the Pace; Senegal: Dansokho Writes to Senghor; Zambia: Willy Brandt Lectures Africa; Central

African Republic (Empire): Bokassa Looks Forward to the Past

[1468]

Vukani Mawethu

Africa: Notes and Comment

No. 74 (3rd Quart. 1978), p. 75 Sudan: Gassim Amin is still in Prison;

Zambia: Economic Blackmail; OAU: The Tripoli Session.

[1469]

Vukani Mawethu

Africa: Notes and Comment

No. 75 (4th Quart. 1978), p. 84

Zaire: France Insults Africa; Tanzania: Lonhro Expelled; Malawi: elections for the First Time.



[1470]

Vukani Mawethu

Africa: Notes and Comment

No. 76 (1st Quart. 1979), p. 86

Angola-Zaire: end of hostilities? Ghana: General Akuffo in Power; Chad: An attempt at “Internal Settlement”.

[1471]

Vukani Mawethu

Africa: Notes and Comment

No. 77 (2nd Quart. 1979), p. 94 Ugandan-Tanzanian Conflict; Houari Boumedienne - Departure of a Great African; Western Sahara: New

Developments and New Problems; Central African Republic (Empire): Bokassa in Trouble

[1472]

Vukani Mawethu

Africa: Notes and Comments

No. 79 (4th Quart. 1979), p. 79

Ghana: Mutiny or coup d'Etat? Walking on a Tightrope; 16th Summit of the OAU.

[1473]

Vukani Mawethu

Africa: Notes and Comment

No. 80 (1st Quart. 1980), p. 80 Central African Empire - the Struggle Continues; Equatorial Guinea - Palace Revolution?

[1474]

Vukani Mawethu

Africa: Notes and Comment

No. 81 (2nd Quart. 1980), p. 72 Egypt: The Fruits of the Camp David

Accord; Zaire: Expatriates a “Flourishing Community”; Benin: Programme of Reform.

[1475]

Vukani Mawethu

Africa: Notes and Comment

No. 82 (3rd Quart. 1980), p. 74

Liberia: Fruits of `humanistic capitalism“; Chad: Militarism in N'Djamena.


[1476]

Vukani Mawethu

Africa: Notes and Comment

No. 83 (4th Quart. 1980), p. 62 Zambia: Summit of Southern African States; Pope in Africa: Gymnastics and Metaphysical Acrobatics; Lesotho: The Role of the Communist Party.

[1477]

Vukani Mawethu

Africa: Notes and Comment

No. 84 (1st Quart. 1981), p. 69

Horn of Africa: The Myth of a “Greater Somalia”; Algeria: The Fate of El Asnam.

[1478]

Vukani Mawethu

Africa: Notes and Comment

No. 85 (2nd Quart. 1981), p. 75

Guinea-Bissau - Background to the Coup; Western Sahara - Polisario's international prestige

[1479]

Vuk'ayibambe

Revolutionary Trade Unionism and the Tasks of the Party

No. 103 (4th Quart. 1985), p. 94

The role of the trade unions, and how their growing militancy is reflected in the spreading strike movement, and in the combination of the immediate demands of the workers with demands related to the question of seizure of power.

[1480]

Walker, Cheryl

Women and Resistance in South Africa

No. 94 (3rd Quart. 1983), p. 101 Book review

[1481]

Walshe, P.

African Nationalism in South Africa No. 49 (2nd Quart. 1972), p. 105 Book review



[1482]

Wauthier, Claude

The Literature and Thought of Modern Africa

No. 31 (4th Quart. 1967), p. 84 Book review

[1483]

Weinberg, Eli

Portrait of a People

No. 86 (3rd Quart. 1981), p. 102 Book review; photographic record of liberation struggle.

[1484]

Weinberg, Eli

Why I am a Member of the Communist Party

No. 87 (4th Quart. 1981), p. 51 Published posthumously.

[1485]

Welsh, David

The Roots of Segregation - Native Policy in Natal (1845-1910)

No. 53 (2nd Quart. 1973), p. 103 Book review

[1486]

Welsh, Kathleen

Oppression and Suppression - A New Consolidation in South Africa

No. 31 (4th Quart. 1967), p. 45

[1487]

Whitman, Scarlet

The Beauty of a Zulu Battle Line No. 40 (1st Quart. 1970), p. 81 Poem on Isandhlwana

[1488]

Whitman, Scarlet

Powdered Typhoons Unwind Slowly No. 44 (1st Quart. 1971), p. 130 Poem


[1489]

Wilkins, Ivor; & Strydom, Hans The Super-Afrikaners, Inside the Broederbond

No. 79 (4th Quart. 1979), p. 106 Book review

[1490]

Willan, Brian

Sol Plaatje - South African Nationalist 1876-1932

No. 100 (1st Quart. 1985), p. 106

Book review

[1491]

Wilmer, S.E.

Zimbabwe Now

No. 58 (3rd Quart. 1974), p. 119 Book review

[1492]

Wilson, Francis

Labour in the South African Gold Mines 1911-1969

No. 53 (2nd Quart. 1973), p. 103 Book review

[1493]

Wilson, Francis

Migrant Labour in South Africa No. 54 (3rd Quart. 1973), p. 100 Book review

[1494]

Wilson, Monica and Thompson, Leonard The Oxford History of South Africa, Vol. 1: South Africa to 1870

No. 42 (3rd Quart. 1970), p. 106 Book review

[1495]

Wilson, Monica and Thompson, Leonard The Oxford History of South Africa, Vol. 2: South Africa 1870-1966

No. 47 (4th Quart. 1971), p. 122 Book review



[1496]

Winston, Henry

Marxism and the Black Panther Party

No. 48 (1st Quart. 1972), p. 62

The crisis in the Party: a Marxist-Leninist view of the split and policy differences.

[1497]

Winston, Henry

Strategy for a Black Agenda No. 56 (1st Quart. 1974), p. 114 Book review

[1498]

Winston, Henry

Class, Race and Black Liberation No. 72 (1st Quart. 1978), p. 109 Book review

[1499]

Winston, Henry

Unity Against the Washington-Pretoria Axis

No. 83 (4th Quart. 1980), p. 33

By the National Chairman, CPUSA; on the special interests of the US in strengthening apartheid.

[1500]

Woddis, Jack

South Africa - the Roots of Revolt

No. 5 (May 1961), p. 49

Book review

[1501]

Woddis, Jack

Africa: The Lion Awakes

No. 10 (3rd Quart. 1962), p. 74 Book review

[1502]

Woddis, Jack

Africa and Industrialisation

No. 14 (3rd Quart. 1963), p. 23


[1503]

Woddis, Jack

Africa, the Way Ahead

No. 15 (4th Quart. 1963), p. 90 Book review

[1504]

Woddis, Jack

Ghana's Changing Economy

No. 17 (2nd Quart. 1964), p. 14

[1505]

Woddis, Jack

Democracy and Africa

No. 21 (2nd Quart. 1965), p. 62

[1506]

Woddis, Jack.

Neo-Colonialism

No. 33 (2nd Quart. 1968), p. 61 Book review

[1507]

Woddis, Jack

New Theories of Revolution

No. 51 (4th Quart. 1972), p. 117 Book review

[1508]

Woddis, Jack

Southern Africa: Which Side is Britain On?

No. 69 (2nd Quart. 1977), p. 107 Book review

[1509]

Woddis, Jack

Armies and Politics

No. 77 (2nd Quart. 1979), p. 100 Book review

[1510]

Wolfers, Michael; & Bergerol, Jane

Angola in the Frontline

No. 96 (1st Quart. 1984), p. 99 Book review



[1511]

Wolpe, Harold

Race, Class, and the Apartheid State No. 115 (4th Quart. 1988), p. 99 Book review

[1512]

Wood, Diana

Why I Joined the Communist Party No. 46 (3rd Quart. 1971), p. 50 “People can Change”

[1513]

Woods, Donald

Biko

No. 75 (4th Quart. 1978), p. 96 Book review

[1514]

Woods, Donald

Asking for Trouble

No. 86 (3rd Quart. 1981), p. 98 Book review

[1515]

World Communist Conference, Moscow, 5- 17 June 1969

Materials, resolutions, speech by J.B. Marks (Chairman, SACP)

No. 38 (3rd Quart. 1969), (special supplement)

Document

[1516]

World Conference of Communist and Workers“ Parties

Preparatory Meeting, Budapest November 18-21, 1968

No. 36 (1st Quart. 1969), p. 93 Document

[1517]

Wright, Harrison M.

The Burden of the Present: Liberal Radical Controversy over South African History No. 72 (1st Quart. 1978), p. 120

Book review


[1518]

X, Malcolm

The Autobiography

No. 30 (3rd Quart. 1967), p. 77 Book review

[1519]

Ya-Otto, John

Battlefront Namibia

No. 91 (4th Quart. 1982), p. 92 Book review

[1520]

Yatsho Landoda

Govan Mbeki - A Real People's Leader

No. 54 (3rd Quart. 1973), p. 69

A graphic pen-portrait of the ANC and SACP leader.

[1521]

Zania, Teresa

The I.C.U.

No. 38 (3rd Quart. 1969), p. 57

A discussion of the rise and fall of the I.C.U.

[1522]

Zanzolo, Albert

Africa in 1969? African Unity Now and The National Question and Nigeria No. 36 (1st Quart. 1969), p. 11, 18

Two companion articles - frank and outspoken comments on the OAU and on Nigeria at the closing stages of formal independance.

[1523]

Zanzolo, A.

Some Thoughts on Federation

No. 5 (May 1961), p. 23

[1524]

Zanzolo, A.

The Draft Programme of the South African Communist Party

No. 11 (4th Quart. 1962), p. 86



[1525]

Zanzolo, A.

The Theory of the South African Revolution

No. 12 (1st Quart. 1963), p. 17

[1526]

Zanzolo, A.

Islands of Independance in the Slave South No. 23 (4th Quart. 1965), p. 41 Basutoland, Bechuanaland, and Swaziland on the eve of independance.

[1527]

Zanzolo, A.

Crisis in Africa

No. 26 (3rd Quart. 1966), p. 15

[1528]

Zanzolo, A.

Drought, Water and Politics in Southern Africa

No. 27 (4th Quart. 1966), p. 28

[1529]

Zanzolo, A.

A Nation Behind Bars

No. 28 (1st Quart. 1967), p. 41

[1530]

Zarodov, Dr. K.

Lenin's Strategy and Tactics of Revolutionary Struggle

No. 64 (1st Quart. 1976), p. 111

Document (summary of article in “Pravda”)

[1531]

Zipser, Arthur

Working Class Giant: The Life of William Z. Foster

No. 88 (1st Quart. 1982), p. 97 Book review

[1532]

Zulu, Zakhele

Why I Joined the Communist Party No. 46 (3rd Quart. 1971), p. 50 “The Impact of the Durban Riots”


[1533]

Zuma, Thando

How the Ultra-Left Play into the Hands of the Ultra-Right

No. 109 (2nd Quart. 1987), p. 84 Further consideration of the national

question, “colonialism of a special type”, the implications of the Freedom Charter, and the roles of the ANC and SACP.

[1534]

Zuma, Thando

“Bayete Nkalakata! uShaka Ka Senzangakhona”

No. 111 (4th Quart. 1987), p. 76

“We salute you, great one! Shaka son of Senzangakhona”: an essay to mark the bicentenary of the birth of Shaka, King of the Zulu nation, surveying his life and some of his accomplishments.

[1535]

Zuma, Thando

Buthelezi Called to Answer at the Bar of History

No. 115 (4th Quart. 1988), p. 85

An extended review of two books which question Buthelezi's claim to chieftainship and analyse the nature and extent of his collaboration with the apartheid regime.

[1536]

Zwelonke, D.M.

Robben Island

No. 55 (4th Quart. 1973), p. 109 Book review



A

Abdurahman, Dr. A.E, 261 Academic boycott, 431

Addis Ababa summit meeting, 335 Afghanistan

analysis of situation in, 400, 1303 revolution in, tenth anniversary of, 433

AFL-CIO, 1046

Africa, 546

affairs generally, 870

AIDS, 189, 210

before colonialists, 1353

Berlin Conference 1884 - 1885, 999 and British Right-Wing Labour, 50 “Carve-up” of, 999

class, national, and international

conflicts, 927

class struggle, 1228

Communism in, 522, 1086

coups d'‚tat in, 460, 1179

crime in, 723

crisis in, 1527

culture, 242

current events, 197, 198, 199, 200, 201,

307, 308, 309, 310

democracy, 839, 1385, 1505

(discussion), 185

economic crisis in, 291, 931

and EEC, 600

forced labour in, 195 and France, 78

future of, 1503

and Germany, 1098, 1347 guerrilla movements in, 247 highways in, 61

history, 21, 22, 246, 591, 1210, 1211,

1212

imperialism, 495, 680, 1154, 1349 “Grand Strategy” of, 368

industrialisation, 1502 land relations in, 1123

literature in, 571, 956, 1482 “a message to”, 507 military influences on, 466 military regimes in, 1179 national question, 581, 1228


neo-colonialism, 746, 1126, 1363

One-Party States, 1102

personalities in, 329

phases of revolution in, 337 political economy, 62 population and poverty, 1129 Press in, 528

and proletarian internationalism, 69 proletariat, role of (letter), 740 revolutionary democracy in, 648 revolutionary role of culture, 995,

1187

revolution in, 33, 390, 438, 892, 920,

1095, 1246

non-capitalist road of development, 1413, 1414

socialism in, 435, 640, 1242

sociology, 799

struggle in, 1

the choice before, 1030

and transnational corporations, 291 tropical, 1353

united, 1031

unity and freedom in, 1286 unity, birth of, 300

and Verwoerd, Henrick Frensch, 330 women

emancipation of, 45, 799, 813 and the working class, 1032

and world revolutionary process, 560 world peace, 698

Africa, Black

socio-economic development and

problems of democracy, conference on, 81

Africa Institute of the USSR Academy of Sciences, 1163

African-American Labour Centre, 1046 USA, use by, 1041, 1042

"African Communist”, 370, 734, 739

10th anniversary, 359, 735, 736, 737

20th anniversary, 398

25th anniversary, 1406

100th issue, 811

introductory editorial comment, 437 African literature

and colonialism, 187 African National Congress

2nd National Consultative Congress,


422, 554

70th Anniversary, 407, 531 75th Anniversary

achievements surveyed at time of, 1060

review of situation in South Africa at, 427

1988 reviewed, 434

and African unity (Pan-Africanism), 1059

annual address (1984), 978 arming the masses, 163 assassination of members of, 430

and Black Consciousness, 762, 1366

and Christians, 681, 896 Consultative Conference (Morogoro,

1969), 24

Consultative Conference, Morogoro (April 1969)

10th anniversary, 396

Report, 1361

Dakar meeting with delegation from South Africa, 430

educational policies of, 480, 768, 769,

831, 1345

Freedom Radio, 375

“Group of Eight”, expulsion of, 1295 history of, 802, 836, 913, 919

and Inkatha, 947

and Kwazulu-Natal Indaba, 868 Lusaka meeting with South African

businessmen (1985), 267 and Marks, J.B., 1238

national liberation movement, 1024 negotiations with, 423, 431

and Nkomati Accord, 417, 418 organisation within, need for, 780 and PAC, 1059, 1295

and proletarian internationalism, 1059 response to State of Emergency, 422 SACP

relations with, 277, 317, 407, 426,

531, 822, 1067, 1117, 1226,

1239

Slovo, Joe, release from functions as Chief of Staff of Umkhonto we Sizwe, 429

and socialism, 1328

“Soft” and “Hard” targets, 422


Solomon Mahlangu Freedom College (SOMAFCO), 831

status of, in South Africa, 407 strategy and tactics, 407, 527, 531,

972, 974, 1411, 1533

Strategy and Tactics discussed, 834 terrorist attacks on activists by South Africa, 406, 433

and trade unionism, 1405 Umkhonto we Sizwe, formation of,

1060

underground leaflet in South Africa, 418

underground propaganda, role of,

1201

and USA Senate Sub-Committee on Security and Terrorism, 409, 575

and USSR, 84

Xuma-Naicker-Dadoo Pact, 431 “Year of the Spear”, 397

Youth League

African Claims and Bill of Rights, 501

Communists, relations with, 976 effect of, 976

African poetry

oral tradition, 151 Africa, West

resistance in, 221 Afrikaner Nationalism and Zionism, 107

Afrikaners

critics of apartheid among, 268 implications of Freedom Charter for,

96

Afro-Americans, 733

role of, in Africa, 1069

Afro-Asian Meeting (Algiers), 338 Afro-Asian music, 1068

Afro-Asian Solidarity Committee, German Democratic Republic, 30

Agca, Mehmet Ali, 425 Aggett, Neil, 1048

Agrarian revolution in Africa, 668 Aid

socialist countries, from, 812 AIDS

and racism in Africa, 189, 210


Akuffo, General F.W.K., 1470 Albania, 329

Alexander, Neville, 1058

Alexandra Township, 1185

Algeria, 40, 43, 330, 332, 333, 343, 585,

586, 732, 733

25th anniversary of independence, 85 and socialism, 336

Communist Party, 122, 439

banning of, 49

culture, independence, and revolution, 532

developments since death of President Boumedienne, 46

earthquake in El Asnam (10 October, 1980), 1477

O.A.S., 331

political detainees, 42

Right-wing developments in, 85 situation in, 83

socialist policies of the FLN, 41 Socialist Vanguard Party of Algeria,

50th anniversary of, 83 All-African People's Conference

Cairo meeting, 1395

Allende, Salvador, 260

government of, 67

policies of, 213

Amandla (ANC Cultural Group), 1232 Amin, Idi, 65

Andrews, William Henry, 1218 Andropov, Yuri

death of, 416

Anglo-American Corporation, 573, 846, 866

Angola, 414

10th anniversary of independence, 80 attempted coup of May 1977, 957

and Cuba, 171, 519, 1061

South African withdrawal demand, 418

Cuito Cuanavale, defeat of South

African troops at, 932 facts on, 48

imperialism and, 1200

MPLA, 1199

1st Congress (December 1977),

SACP message to, 1300 growth of, 1423

role of (1st Congress considered),


1467

role of, 243, 682, 683

Workers' Party, 2nd Congress, 80 National Union of Angolan Workers,

First Congress of (April 1984), 297

need for support for, 384 Neto, Agostinho and, 1423 and Portugal, crisis in, 383

proletarianization and class struggle in, 825

South Africa

implications of independence for, 385

relations with, 82, 416, 932, 1181 statement on by SACP, 1331

UNITA, FNLA, Savimbi, etc., 1061, 1181

and USA, 78, 416

and USSR, agreement between, 388 war in, 1510

Western policies towards, 405 Zaire, hostilities with, 1470

Anti-Apartheid Movement ANC, relations with, 1067 and sanctions, 867

Anti-CAD, 261

Anti-Communism, 68, 328, 1343

dangers of, 277, 777, 783 and “legal Marxists”, 1000

"Antonov” case, and attempted assassination of Pope John Paul II, 425

Aouzou Strip, 87

Apartheid, 326, 327, 337, 656

and art, 488

and Christianity, 1459

and destabilisation, 1332

economic crisis of, 389, 1387

fight against, 1286

genocide of, 1147

and health, 1130

history of, 96, 1117

and imperialism, 1388 production relations under, 776

race and class under, 536, 549, 1511

“reform” of, 424

resistance to, 375

and sanctions (fallacies of opposition


to), 362

and trade unions, 124 united front against, 978 and Zionism, 433

Arabs

and Israel, 350 Argentina

and Britain, 409

and USSR in Falklands/Malvinas War, 409

Armed struggle, 783

ANC position on, 1067 development and perspectives, 1412 in fiction, 772

political preparation for, 761 SACP position on, 1239

timing and conditions for, 1112 Armies and politics, 1509

in Africa, 1179

Art

and apartheid, 488

and national liberation, 975 Arusha Declaration, 1063, 1360 Asia

struggle in, 1

"Assegai” magazine, 334

Australia, 372

Azanian Manifesto, 1073

Azanian People's Organisation (AZAPO), 1057

critique of “socialism” of, with Black Consciousness, 1407

B

Baard, Francis

autobiography, 90

Bambatha, 636

rebellion, 880

Banda, Hastings, 294, 1009, 1191

Bangladesh, 223

Bantu Education Act 1953, 831, 1345

Bantu Labour Relations Regulation Act, 259 Bantu Laws Amendment Act, 1004 Bantustans, 313, 687, 1283, 1285

agrarian development of, 905 Bophutatswana, “independence” of, 391 election in (Transkei), 357

genocide in, 408


“independence” of, 1013

and migratory labour system, 484 military implications, 918

and neo-colonialism, 753, 755

non-recognition of, OAU resolution on, 387

policy of, 162, 379, 389, 410, 551,

789, 1460

struggle against, 785 and trade unions, 885 and unemployment, 628

Venda, conditions in, 998 viability of, 384

Barre, General Mohamed Siad, 85 policies of, in Somalia, 79

Barsel, Hymie

obituary, 545 Basotho nation (Lesotho)

Chief Moorosi of the Baphuti, 691 Basutoland, 1033, 1526

Bechuanaland, 1033, 1526 Beirut

defence of, against invasion by Israel, 63

Benin

reform programme, 1474

Berlin Conference 1884 - 1885, 999

Biafra, 311, 734

secession of, 1179

Biko, Steve, 114, 324, 1513

philosophy of, 1403

Biya, President, 83

Black bankers in South Africa role of, 1401

Black Consciousness, 760, 933, 1057,

1058, 1198, 1283, 1285

and ANC, 762, 1366

critique of, with AZAPO's

“socialism”, 1407

and culture, 211

and literature, 482

role of, 1040

"Black Liberation Journal”, 386

"Black on Black” violence, 424, 432, 947

Black Panther Party, 1093, 1496 Black People's Convention, 261

trial of activists, 385 "Black Power”, 703

Black Sash, 923


Bokassa, President Jean Bedel, 1467, 1471 atrocities in Central African Republic,

371

fall of, 71, 1473

Bolivia, 1235

Bonn-Pretoria axis, 583 Book review

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Adam, Heribert & Moodley, K.: South Africa Without Apartheid; Dismantling Racial Discrimination, 6

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White Hoax, 9 “African Communist”: African

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Allen and Johnson (Editors): African Perspectives, 44

Amadiume, Ifi: Male Daughters,

Female Husbands - Gender and Sex in an African Society, 45

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Arnold, Guy: Kenyatta and the Politics of Kenya, 60

Arnold, Guy & Weiss, Ruth: Strategic Highways of Africa, 61

Arrighi, G. & Saul, John: Essays on the Political Economy of Africa, 62

Attayib, Colonel Abu: Flashback

Beirut 1982, 63 Avirgan, T. & Honey, M.: War in

Uganda - the Legacy of Idi Amin, 65

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Benson, Mary: The African Patriots, 108

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Bernstein, Hilda: No. 46 - Steve Biko, 114

Bernstein, Hilda: South Africa, the

Terrorism of Torture, 113 Bing, Geoffrey: Reap the Whirlwind,

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138

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Brutus, Dennis: A Simple Lust:

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Bunting, Brian: Moses Kotane, South African Revolutionary, 156

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158

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Stands Up: The Revolutions in Angola, Mozambique, Rhodesia, Namibia and South Africa, 161

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Carlson, Joel: No Neutral Ground, 166 Carter, Gwendolen M.: Which Way is

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Chater, A.: Race Relations in Britain, 181

Chernenko, Konstantin U.: Human

Rights in Soviet Society, 183

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South Africa: The Press and the Politics of Liberation, 186

Chinweizu, Onwuchekwa Jemie and Ihechukwu Madubuike: Towards the Decolonization of African Literature, 187

Chirenje, J. Mutero: Chief Kgama and his Times: The Story of a Southern African Ruler, 188

Chirimuuta, Richard and Rosalyn:

Aids, Africa and Racism, 189

Cierpinski, Waldemar: Meilenweit bis Marathon (Mile to Marathon), 190

Clarke, John: Resettlement and

Rehabilitation, Ethiopia's Campaign Against Famine, 191

Cock, Jacklyn: Maids and Madams, 55 Coetzee, J.M.: Life and Times of

Michael K, 193 Coetzee, J.M.: Waiting for the

Barbarians, 192

Cohen, Robin (editor): Forced Labour in Colonial Africa, by A.T. Nzula, I.I. Potekhin and

A.Z. Zusmanovich, 195 Comaroff, John L. (Editor): The Boer

War Diary of Sol Plaatje - An African at Mafeking, 196

Commonwealth Eminent Persons

Group on Southern Africa: Mission to South Africa, the Commonwealth Report, 202


Connor, Steve and Sharon Kingsman: The Search for the Virus, 210

Coplan, David: In Township Tonight! South Africa's Black City Music and Theatre, 211

Cornforth, Maurice: Communism and Philosophy, 212

Cox, Idris: Egypt and Socialism, 216 Cox, Idris: The Hungry Half, 217 Cronje, Gillian and Susan: The Workers

of Namibia, 219

Cronj‚ S.; Ling, M.; & Cronj‚, G.:

Lonrho: Portrait of a Multinational, 220

Crowder, Michael (editor): West

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Guide to U.S.-South African Relations, 235

da Souza, Eduardo: Mozambican

Socialism and the Nkomati Accord (“Work in Progress”, July 1984), 1172

Davidson, Apollon B.: Cecil Rhodes and His Times, 240

Davidson, Apollon B. & Makrushin, V.A.: Aspects of a Far-Off Land, 238

Davidson, Apollon B.: South Africa: The Birth of Protest (1870- 1924), 239

Davidson, Basil: Africa in Modern

History: The Search for a New Society, 246

Davidson, Basil: Black Star - A View of the Life and Times of Kwame Nkrumah, 244

Davidson, Basil: In the Eye of the

Storm: Angola's People, 243 Davidson, Basil, J. Slovo, A.R.

Wilkinson: Southern Africa - The New Politics of Revolution, 245

Davidson, Basil: The Africans: an Entry to Cultural History, 242

Davidson, Basil: The People's Cause: A History of Guerrillas in Africa, 247


Davies, Ioan: African Trade Unions, 248

Davies, Miranda (editor): Third

World, Second Sex: Vol. 2, 249

Davies, Robert H., Dan O'Meara, & S. Dlamini: The Kingdom of Swaziland -  A Profile, 250

Davies, Robert H.; & O'Meara, Dan: Total Strategy in Southern Africa: An Analysis of South African Regional Policy since 1978 (paper at 1984 Review of African Political Economy Conference, Keele 1984),

1172

Davis, Angela: Angela Davis, an

Autobiography, 254 Davis, Angela: If They Come in the

Morning, 252

Davis, Angela: Women, Race and

Class, 255

Debray, Regis: Conversations with Allende, 260

de Caux, Len: The Living Spirit of the Wobblies, 262

De Klerk, W.: The Puritans in Africa, 264

Desai, Barney; & Marney, Cardiff:

The Killing of the Imam, 270

Deutschland, H.: Trailblazers -

Struggles and Organisations of African Workers Before 1945, 271

Dikobe, Modikwe: The Marabi Dance, 281

Dingake, Michael: My Fight Against Apartheid, 282

Drury, Allen: A Very Strange Society, 288

Du Toit, Betty: Ukubamba Amadolo - Workers' Struggles in the South African Textile Industry, 318

Dutt, R. Palme: The Three

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Anger, 324

Edgar, Robert: Prophets With Honour, A Documentary History of Lekhotla la Bafo, 325

Egero, Bertil: Socialist Democracy and Development - Notes on Cuba and Mozambique (paper at workshop on “Democracy and Economic Development”, VII Nordic Political Science Congress, Lund, 1984), 1172

Fanon, F.: Studies in a Dying

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Fanon, F.: The Wretched of the Earth, 450

Faramazyan, R.: Disarmament and the Economy, 451

Feinberg, Barry (editor): Poets to the People, 452, 453

Feit, Edward: Urban Revolt in South Africa 1960-64, 454

Feit, Edward: Workers without

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First, Ruth: 117 Days, 459 First, Ruth: Black Gold, The

Mozambican Miner, Proletarian and Peasant, 462

First, Ruth: Libya - The Elusive

Revolution,  461 First, Ruth; & Scott, Ann: Olive

Schreiner: A Biography, 457 First, Ruth: South West Africa, 458 First, Ruth; Steele, Jonathan; & Gurney,

Christabel: The South African Connection, 463

First, Ruth: The Barrel of a Gun, 460 Foltz, William J. and Henry S. Bienen:

Arms and the African: Military Influences on Africa's International Relations, 466

Foner, Philip S.: May Day - A Short History of the International Workers' Holiday 1886-1986,

469


Foner, Philip S.: Organised Labour and the Black Worker, 467

Foner, Philip S.: The AFL in the

Progressive Era (Vol. 5 of History of the Labour Movement in the USA), 468

Forsyth, Murray: Federalism and the Future of South Africa, 470

Foundation for Education with

Production: Education and Culture for Liberation in Southern Africa, 471

Francis Meli: South Africa Belongs to Us - A History of the ANC, 836

Gann, L.H. and Peter Duignan: Why South Africa Will Survive - a Historical Analysis, 492

Garlake, Peter S.: Great Zimbabwe, 494

Gavshon, Arthur: Crisis in Africa.

Battleground of East and West, 495

Genoud, Roger: Nationalism and

Economic Development in Ghana (with editorial reply), 496

Gerhart, Gail M.: Black Power in

South Africa - The Evolution of an Ideology, 1223

Gibson, Richard: African Liberation Movements: Contemporary Struggles Against White Minority Rule, 498

Gifford, Tony: South Africa's Record of International Terrorism, 499

Giliomee, Hermann; & Schlemmer, Lawrence (editors): Up Against the Fences: Poverty, Passes and Privilege in South Africa, 500

Gorbachov, Mikhail: Perestroika -

New Thinking for Our Country and the World, 835

Gordimer, Nadine: A Sport of Nature,


515

Gordimer, Nadine: Burger's Daughter, 514

Gordimer, Nadine: The Conservationist, 513

Gordimer, Nadine: The Late Bourgeois World, 512

Gorodnov, V.P.: The South African Working Class in the Struggle Against Reaction and Racialism, 518

Gorodnov, V.: The Black Inhabitants of White City, 517

Green, Jim: Against the Tide: a History of the Canadian Seamen's Union, 521

Greig, Ian: The Communist Challenge to Africa, 522

Grundy, Kenneth W.: The Rise of the South African Security Establishment: An Essay on the Changing Locus of State Power, 524

Gupta, Anirudha: Reporting Africa, 528 Gutkind, Peter and Peter Waterman

(editors): African Social Studies: A Radical Reader, 530

Hadjeres, Sadek: Culture, Independance et Revolution en Algerie, 532

Hall, Richard: The High Price of

Principles, 537

Hance, William A. (editor): Southern Africa and the United States, 538

Hanlon, Joseph: Apartheid's Second Front, 539

Hanlon, Joseph: Beggar Your

Neighbours, 540

Hanlon, Joseph: The Revolution Under Fire, 1172

Harrison, Nancy: Winnie Mandela: Mother of a Nation, 542

Harrison, Paul: Inside the Third World, 544

Harrison, Paul: The Third World

Tomorrow, 543

Hatch, John: Africa Emergent, 546 Hepple, Alex: South Africa: Workers


Under Apartheid, 549 Hepple, Alex: Verwoerd, 548

Hill, Christopher R.: Bantustans - the Fragmentation of South Africa, 551

Hirson, Baruch: Year of Fire, Year of Ash. The Soweto Revolt: Roots of a Revolution?, 552

Hobday, Charles: Communist and

Marxist Parties of the World, 555

Hoffman, John: Marxism, Revolution and Democracy, 558

Hoffman, John: The Gramscian

Challenge - Coercion and Consent in Marxist Political Theory, 559

Hombard, C.S.; & Tweedie, A.H.C.: Agriculture in Zambia Since independence, 561

Horwitz, Ralph: The Political

Economy of South Africa, 562

Houghton, D. Hobart: The South

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Apartheid, 568 Hutt, W.H.: The Economics of

Apartheid, 569 Ignatiev, Oleg: Secret Weapon in

Africa, 570

Innes, Duncan: Anglo American and the Rise of Modern South Africa, 573

Institute of Marxism-Leninism:

Outline History of the Communist International, 577

International Commission of Jurists: Erosion of the Rule of Law in South Africa, 578

International Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa: Namibia, The Facts, 579

Isaacman, Allan and Barbara:

Mozambique - From Colonialism to Revolution, 1900-1982, 1172

Ismagilova, R.N.: Ethnic Problems of


Tropical Africa: Can They be Solved?, 581

Jackson, George: Soledad Brother: The Prison Letters of George Jackson, 588

Jackson, John D.: Justice in South

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Jaffe, Hosea: A History of Africa, 591 Jagan, Dr Cheddi: The Caribbean

Revolution, 592

Jalee, Pierre: The Pillage of the Third World, 601

Jalee, Pierre: The Third World in World Economy, 601

Jenkin, Tim: Escape from Pretoria, 603 Johnson, R.W.: How Long Will South

Africa Survive?, 605 Johns, Sheridan; & Karis, Thomas

(editors): From Protest to Challenge: A Documentary History of African Politics in South Africa 1882-1964; Vol. 2 - Hope and Challenge, 606

Jordan, A.C.: Tales from Southern

Africa, 609

Jordan, A.C.: Towards an African

Literature: the Emergence of Literary Form in Xhosa, 610

Joseph, Helen: Side by Side:

Autobiography, 612 Joseph, Helen: Tomorrow's Sun, 611 Joubert, Elsa: Poppie, 613

Kadalie, Clements: My Life and the ICU, 616

Kaiser, Ernest: Freedomways Reader, 618

Kane-Berman, John: Soweto - Black Revolt, White Reaction (published in U.K. as The Method in the Madness), 620

or, James: A Healthy Grave, 621 Kanza, Thomas: Evolution and

Revolution in Africa; and Conflict in the Congo, 622

Kapp, Yvonne: Eleanor Marx, Vol. 2: The Crowded Years 1884- 1898, 623

Karis, Thomas; Carter, Gwendolen; & Johns, Sheridan (Editors):


From Protest to Challenge: A Documentary History of African Politics in South Africa 1882-1964, 624, 625

Karl Marx University, Leipzig, G.D.R. (Sylvia Neame, Editor): Current Problems of the Southern African Region, 626

Kavanagh, Robert: Theatre and

Cultural Struggle in South Africa, 627

Khaketla, B.M.: Lesotho 1970, 630 Kileff, Clive; & Pendleton, Wade C.

(editors): Urban Man in Southern Africa, 643

Kom, David: Le Cameroun: Essai

D'Analyse Economique et Politique, 646

Kostyukhin, Dmitry: The World

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Democracy in Africa, 648 Kowet, Donald Kalinde: Land, Labour

Migration, and Politics in Southern Africa: Botswana, Lesotho, and Swaziland, 650

Kunene, Mazisi: Zulu Poems, 651 Kuper, Leo: An African Bourgeoisie,

652

Kuzwayo, Ellen: Call We Woman,

653

Lacey, Marian: Working for Boroko, 655

La Guma, Alex (Editor): Apartheid: A Collection of Writings on South African Racism by South Africans, 656

La Guma, Alex: In the Fog of Seasons' End, 659

La Guma, Alex: Time of the

Butcherbird, 661 Lamb, Geoff: Peasant Politics -

Conflict and Development in Murang'a, 663

Langa, Mandla: Tenderness of Blood, 679

Lanning, Greg; & Mueller, Marti:


Africa Undermined, 680 Lawler, James: IQ, Heritability and

Racism, 684

Lee, Franz J.T.: S   dafrika vor der

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Legum, C. & M.: South Africa: Crisis forthe West, 686

Lenin, V.I.: Speeches at Congresses of the Communist International, 688

Lerumo, A.Fifty Fighting Years, 708 Levinson, Dierdre: Five Years, 790 Levy, Norman: The Foundations of the

South African Cheap Labour System, 791

Lewin, Hugh: Bandiet, 792

Lewis, Rupert: Marcus Garvey, Anti- Colonial Champion, 793

Leys, Colin: Underdevelopment in

Kenya - The Political Economy of Neo- Colonialism, 794

Liebenow, J. Gus: Liberia: The

Evolution of Privilege, 795 Lightfoot, Claude M.: Black America and the World Revolution,

797

Lightfoot, Claude M.: Racism and

Human Survival: Lessons of Nazi Germany for Today's World, 798

Little, Kenneth: Women in Towns: An Aspect of Africa's Social Revolution, 799

Lloyd, Alan: The Zulu War, 800 Lodge, Tom: Black Politics in South

Africa Since 1945, 802 Lodge, Tom: Resistance and Ideology in

Settler Studies, 803 Lopes, Carlos: Guinea-Bissau From

Liberation to Independent Statehood, 804

Luckhardt, Ken; & Wall, Brenda:

Organise...Or Starve: The History of the South African Congress of Trade Unions, 805

Mackinnon, Edward; Kalla, Ginna; & Green, John: Writings


Beyond the Wall: Literature from the German Democratic Republic, 816

Madunagu, Eddie: Problems of

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Magubane, Bernard & Nzongola-

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Magubane, Bernard: The Political

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Mahon, John: Harry Pollitt, 829 Makhoere, Caesarina Kona: No

Child's Play, 838 Manchka, Pyotr: Africa on the New

Road, 870

Mandela, Winnie: Part of My Soul, 872

Marchetti, Victor, & Marks, John D.: The CIA and the Cult of Intelligence, 873

Marcus, Tessa: Restructuring in

Commercial Agriculture in South Africa, 874

Mar‚, Gerald; & Hamilton, Georgina: An Appetite for Power: Buthelezi's Inkatha and South Africa, 875

Marks, Shula; & Rathbone, Richard: Industrialisation and Social Change in South Africa, African class formation, culture and consciousness 1870-1930, 881

Marks, Shula: Reluctant Rebellion, 880

Mathews, A.S.: Law, Order and

Liberty in South Africa, 888 Matshoba, Mtutuzeli: Call Me Not a

Man, 889

Mattera, Don: Gone With the

Twilight: A Story of Sophiatown, 890

Matthews, Z.K.: Freedom for my People, 891

Mayson, Cedric: A Certain Sound -


The Struggle for Liberation in South Africa, 895

Mayson, Cedric: Jesus and the Holy Cows: The Message of Jesus for Today's World, 897

Mbali, Zolile: The Churches and

Racism: A Black South African Perspective, 901

Mbeki, Govan: South Africa: The

Peasants' Revolt, 902, 904 Mbongwa, Maziphula M. South Africa:

African Rural Development, 905

McCulloch, J.: In the Twilight of

Revolution - The Political Theory of Amilcar Cabral, 906

McEvedy, Colin: The Penguin Atlas of African History, 907

McMaster, Carolyn: Malawi: Foreign Policy and Development, 908

Meer, Fatima: Race and Suicide in

South Africa, 911

Meli, Francis: South Africa Belongs to Us - A History of the ANC, 919

Mendes, Joao: La Revolution En Afrique, 920

Mensh, Elaine and Harry: Behind the Scenes in Two Worlds - in the German Democratic Republic and the USA, 922

Michelman, Cherry: The Black Sash of South Africa, a Case Study in Liberalism, 923

Mitchison, Naomi: A Life for Africa: The Story of Bram Fischer, 930

Mlambo, Eshmael E.M.: Rhodesia: The British Dilemma, 934, 935

Mohamed Omer Beshir: Revolution and Nationalism in the Sudan, 937

Mokgatle, Naboth: The Autobiography of an Unknown African, 942, 1450

Molteno, R.: Africa and South Africa - The Implications of South Africa's “Outward Looking'


Policy, 949 Molutshunga, Sam: A Study in

Ideology and Foreign Policy, 950

Moore, Basil Black Theology: The

South African Voice, 951 Mozambique, Angola and Guine

Information Centre (publishers): Angola, Socialism at Birth, 955

Mphahlele, E. (editor): African

Writing Today, 956 Mtshali, O.J.: Sounds of a Cowhide

Drum, 961

Munslow, Barry: Mozambique - the Revolution and its Origins, 966

Mzala: Gatsha Buthelezi: Chief With a Double Agenda, 977, 1535

Nabudere, D. Wadda: Imperialism and Revolution in Uganda, 979

Naidoo, Indres (as told to Albie

Sachs): Island in Chains: Ten Years on Robben Island by Prisoner 885/633, 980

Ngugi wa Thiong'o: Detained: A

Writer's Prison Diary, 994 Nkomo, Joshua: The Story of My Life,

1002

Nkosi, Lewis: Mating Birds, 1003 Nkrumah, Kwame: Challenge of the

Congo, 1022 Nkrumah, Kwame: Dark Days in

Ghana, 1021

Nkrumah, Kwame: Neo-Colonialism, The Last Stage of Imper~~ial~ism, 1020

Nore, Petter; & Turner, Terisa: Oil and Class Struggle, 1025

No Sizwe: One Azania One Nation: The National Question in South Africa, 1026

Nsekela, Amon J. (Editor): Southern Africa: Toward Liberation, 1028

Nyagumbo, M.: With the People - An Autobiography from the Zimbabwe Struggle, 1039


Nzula, Albert T., I.I. Potekhin and A.Z. Zusmanovich: Forced Labour in Colonial Africa, 195

Oginga Odinga: Not Yet Uhuru, 1076 O'Meara, Dan: Volkskapitalisme: Class,

Capital and Ideology in the Development of Afrikaner Nationalism 1934-1948, 1077

Organization of Angolan Women

Angolan Women Building the Future: From National Liberation to Women's Emancipation, 1081

Pachai, B.: The International Aspects of the South African Indian Question, 1083

Panaf Great Lives: Kwame Nkrumah, 1087

Patel, Essop (editor): The World of Nat Nakasa, 1091

Paton, Alan: Apartheid and the

Archbishop, 1092 Peace and Socialism International

Publishers: Free Africa Marches (leaflet), 1095

Peace and Socialism Publishers, Prague: International Meeting of Communist and Workers' Parties, Moscow 1969, 1094

Peart-Binns, John S.: Ambrose Reeves: A Biography, 1096

Pelzer, A.N.: Die Afrikaner

Broederbond: Eerste 50 Jaar, 1103

Perlo, Victor and Ellen: Dynamic

Stability: The Soviet Economy Today, 1105

Perlo, Victor: Economics of Racism USA - Roots of Black Inequality, 1106

Plaatje, Solomon Tshekisho: Native Life in South Africa, Before and Since the European War and the Boer Rebellion, 1108

Pomeroy, William J.: Apartheid Axis - United States and South Africa, 1111, 1117

Pomeroy, William J.: Guerrilla Warfare and Marxism, 1110


Pomeroy, William J.: Guerrilla

Warfare and Marxism, 1236 Pomeroy, William J.: The Forest, 1109 Potter, Elaine: The Press as

Opposition: The Political Role of South African Newspapers, 1125

Progress Publishers, Moscow:

Industrialisation of Developing Countries, 1132

Raeburn, Michael: Black Fire:

Accounts of the Guerrilla War in Rhodesia, 1137

Ray, Ellen; Schapp, W.; van Meter, K.; & Wolf, L.: Dirty Work: The CIA in Africa, 1144

Reference (published internationally in various languages): The Non-Aligned Countries, 1149

Rodney, Walter: How Europe

Underdeveloped Africa, 1154

Rose, Brian (Editor): Education in

Southern Africa, 1155 Roux, Eddie and Win: Rebel Pity: The

L:ife of Eddie Roux, 1159 Roysten, Robert (editor): To Whom It

May Concern, 1160

Ryan, Oscar: Tim Buck - a Conscience for Canada, 1162

Sachs, Albie: Justice in South Africa, 1165

Sachs, Albie: The Jail Diary of Albie Sachs, 1164

SACP: A Distant Clap of Thunder, 1323

SACP: South African Communists

Speak - Documents from the History of the SACP 1915-1980, 1308

Samir Amin: Neo-Colonialism in

West Africa, 1166 Sandbrook, Richard; & Cohen, Robin:

The Development of an African Working Class: Studies in Class Formation and Action, 1167

Sanders, Peter: Moshoeshoe - Chief of


the Sotho, 1168 Schmidt, Elizabeth: Decoding

Corporate Camouflage: US Business Support for Apartheid, 1170

Schoeman, Karel: Na Die Geliefde

Land, 1171

Sefali, Michael: An Introduction to Political Economy, 1173

Seidman, Ann and Neva: South Africa and U.S. Multinational Corporations, 1175

Seidman, Ann & Neva Seidman

Makgetla: Outposts of Monopoly Capitalism, 1176

Seidman, Judy: Facelift Apartheid

South Africa After Soweto, 1177

Serfontein, J.H.P.: Brotherhood of

Power, an Expose of the Secret Afrikaner Broederbond, 1183

Serote, Mongane Wally: A Tough Tale, 1186

Serote, Mongane Wally: To Every Birth its Blood, 1185

Serote, Mongane Wally: Yakhal'inkomo and Tsetlo, 1184

Shay, R. and Vermaak, C.: The Silent War, 1189

Shivji, Issa G.: Class Struggles in

Tanzania, 1190 Short, Philip: Banda, 1191

Shubin, V.: Social Democracy and the Struggle Against Colonialism and Apartheid, 1192

Sik, E.: History of Black Africa, 1210, 1211

Sik, Endre: The History of Black Africa, 1212

Simon, Brian: Intelligence, Psychology and Education - A Marxist Critique, 1215

Simons, H.J. (Jack): African Women: Their Legal Status in Africa, 1216

Simons, H.J. (Jack) and Ray: Class and Colour in South Africa, 1220

Sisulu, Max Vuyisile: Transnational


Corporations' Involvement in South Africa's Electronic Industry, 1229

Slovo, Joe: The South African

Working Class and the National Democratic Revolution, 1240

Smith, Stewart: US Neo-Colonialism in Africa, 1241

Solodovnikov, V.: Africa Fights for Independence, 1246

Solodovnikov, V. & Bogolovsky, V.: Non-Capitalist Development: an Historical Outline, 1247

Staar, Richard F.: Yearbook on

International Communist Affairs, 1343

Stetler, Russell (Editor): The Military Art of People's War: Selected Writings of General Vo Nguyen Giap, 1344

Stoecker, H.: German Imperialism in Africa, 1347

Strage, Mark: Cape to Cairo, 1349 Stultz, Newell M.: The Nationalists in

Opposition 1934-1948,

1350

Sworakowski, Witold S.: World

Communism: A Handbook 1918-1965, 1357

Szentes, Thomas (Tamas): The

Political Economy of Underdevelopment, 1358

Tarabrin, E.A. (Editor): Neo-

Colonialism and Africa in the 1970's, 1363, 1364

Temu, A., and B. Swai: Historians and Africanist History: A Critique, 1370

Thion, Serge: Le Pouvoir Pale Ou Le Racisme Sud-Africain, 1382

Thompson, Leonard: African Societies in Southern Africa, 1384

Thompson, Leonard; & Butler, Jeffrey (editors): Change in Contemporary South Africa,


1383

Turok, Ben (editor): Revolutionary Thought in the 20th Century, 1417

Turok, Ben: Strategic Problems in

South Africa's Liberation Struggle, 1418

Uhlig, Mark A.: Apartheid in Crisis, 1419

Ulyanovsky, Rostislav: Present-Day Problems in Asia and Africa: Theory, Politics, Personalities, 1422

Ulyanovsky, Rostislav: Socialism and the Newly Independent Nations, 1420

Ulyanovsky, Rostislav: The Comintern and the East - A Critique of the Critique, 1424

Unterhalter, Elaine: Forced Removal - The Division, Segregation and Control of the People of South Africa, 1436

Urnov, A.Y.: The Policy of the

Republic of South Africa in Africa, 1437

Usman, Yusufu Baba: For the

Liberation of Nigeria - Essays and Lectures 1979-1978,

1439

USSR Academy of Sciences: The

Social Sciences, 1440 Vakrushev, V.: Neo-Colonialism:

Methods and Manoeuvres, 1442

Vambe, Lawrence: An-Ill Fated People, 1443

Vandenbosch, Avery: South Africa and the World: The Foreign Policy of Apartheid, 1444

van Onselen, Charles: Chibaro: African Mine Labour in Southern Rhodesia 1900-33, 1445

van Onselen, Charles: Studies in the Social and Economic History of the Witwatersrand 1886- 1914; Vol. 1 - New Babylon;

Vol. 2 - New Nineveh, 1446 Viatkina, R.R.: The Foundation of the


Union of South Africa, 1451

Vivo, Raul Valdes: Ethiopia's

Revolution, 1465 Walker, Cheryl: Women and

Resistance in South Africa, 1480

Walshe, P.: African Nationalism in South Africa, 1481

Wauthier, Claude: The Literature and Thought of Modern Africa, 1482

Weinberg, Eli: Portrait of a People, 1483

Welsh, David: The Roots of

Segregation - Native Policy in Natal (1845-1910), 1485

Wield, David: Mozambique - Late

Colonialism and Early Problems of Transition (in

R. Murray and C. White (eds), Revolutionary Socialist Development in the Third World), 1172

Wilkins, Ivor; & Strydom, Hans: The Super-Afrikaners, Inside the Broederbond, 1489

Willan, Brian: Sol Plaatje - South

African Nationalist 1876-

1932, 1490

Wilmer, S.E.: Zimbabwe Now, 1491 Wilson, Francis: Labour in the South African Gold Mines 1911-

1969, 1492

Wilson, Francis: Migrant Labour in South Africa, 1493

Wilson, M., and Thompson, L.: The Oxford History of South Africa, Vol. 1: South Africa to 1870, 1494, 1495

Winston, Henry: Class, Race and

Black Liberation, 1498 Winston, Henry: Strategy for a Black

Agenda, 1497 Woddis, Jack: Africa: The Lion

Awakes, 1501, 1503 Woddis, Jack: Armies and Politics,

1509

Woddis, Jack: Neo-Colonialism, 1506


Woddis, Jack: New Theories of

Revolution, 1507

Woddis, Jack: South Africa - the Roots of Revolt, 1500

Woddis, Jack: Southern Africa: Which Side is Britain On?, 1508

Wolfers, Michael; & Bergerol, Jane: Angola in the Frontline, 1510

Wolpe, Harold: Race, Class, and the Apartheid State, 1511

Woods, Donald: Asking for Trouble, 1514

Woods, Donald: Biko, 1513

Wright, Harrison M.: The Burden of the Present: Liberal Radical Controversy over South African History, 1517

X, Malcolm: The Autobiography, 1518 Ya-Otto, John: Battlefront Namibia,

1519

Zipser, Arthur: Working Class Giant: The Life of William Z. Foster, 1531

Zwelonke, D.M.: Robben Island, 1536 Bophuthatswana Bantustan, 391

'BOSS', 360

Botha, P.W.

Angola, illegal visit to, 1061 Prime Minister, 395

“reforms”, 412

speech by (31 January, 1986), 424

Botswana, 332, 363

foreign policy (document), 632 independance, 347

and South Africa, 1456 Botswana-Zambia road, 1038 Boumedienne, Houari

death of, 46, 1471

Bourgeois nations, 983

Bourgiba, 938, 939 Bowles, Ellis

death of, 396 Boycott

cultural and academic, objects of, 431 Brandt Commission (Independent

Commission on International Development Issues)

report of, 1059 Brandt, Willy


visit to Zambia, 1467 Brazil

dictatorship in, 746 Brezhnev, Leonid

death of, 1312

Bridgeman, Reginald (Obituary), 357 Britain

and Africa, 363

and Argentina, 409

arms sales to South Africa - statement by SACP and other Parties, 1275

capitalist influence on South Africa, 864

and Falklands/Malvinas, 409

Labour Party, Right-Wing, and Africa, 50

Portugal and, imperialism of in Africa, 1369

race relations in, 181 and Rhodesia, 320 and South Africa, 508

support for Vorster with the U.S.A., 368

Broederbond, 1103, 1183, 1489

Buck, Tim, 1162 Bukovsky, Vladimir

racist comments by, 745 Bulgaria

Pope John Paul II, attempted

assassination of, 425

socialism, 118

Bunting, Rebecca, 364 Bunting, Sidney Percival, 1218 Burger's Daughter, 759 Burkino Faso

assassination of President Thomas

Sankara and implications, 88

developments in, 79

Burns, Emile, 369

Buthelezi Commission, 267

Buthelezi, Gatsha Mangosuthu, 374, 379,

393, 1048, 1535

ANC, attitude to, 430

anti-communism of, attacked in

“Inkululeko/Freedom”, 381

biography of, 875, 977

and Inkatha, 642


policies of, 389, 430, 758, 875, 947, 977

South Africa, relations with state

apparatus of, 430

C

Cabora Bassa dam, 360, 849

Cabral, Amilcar, 906, 1280, 1478

philosophy of, 1425

tribute to, by SACP, 224, 1279

Cabral, Luiz, 1478

Cairo seminar on national and social revolution, 53

Cameroon, 646, 850, 1427

and Israel, 83

Lake Nyos disaster, 83 and West Germany, 83

Campaign for National United Action, 269, 1346

Camp David Agreement, 1432 Canada, 1162

Canadian Seamen's Union history of, 521

Cape Verde, 1428 Capitalism

and Africa, 435

alternatives to, 1247

and coups d'‚tat in Africa, 1034 crisis of, 93, 321

and freedom, 419

and multinationals, 1176 and national liberation, 560 and Third World, 377

Caribbean

political situation, 917 Cartoon

Comrade Lenin Cleans the Unclean from the Face of the Earth, 182

Castro, Fidel, 370

Non-Aligned Countries, 7th Conference of, report to, 1059

speeches by, 662

Central Africa, 1036

Central African Federation, 194, 331, 335,

692, 969

Central African Republic atrocities, 371

bogus elections in, 71


Bokassa, President Jean Bedel, 1467, 1471, 1473

collaboration with South Africa, 1181 Central Intelligence Agency (USA), 1046

and South African trade union

movement, 1041, 1042

Cetshwayo, 1203

Chad, 586, 1035

civil war in, 85, 1475

French involvement, 1227

French “withdrawal”, 672 “internal settlement” attempted in,

1470

Libyan troops in, 861, 1222 Libya, relations with, 87 and OAU, 861, 996, 1222

situation in, 73 Chernenko, Konstantin

election of as General Secretary of

CPSU, 184

Chernobyl

accident at, and socialism, 425 Children

apartheid and, 690

terrorism by South Africa against, 838 Chile, 67, 120, 1286

coup and subsequent developments reviewed, 213

terror in, 376

China, People's Republic of, 333, 348, 369,

739, 1261

Africa, role in, 34, 752, 758 alliance with imperialism, 396 and FNLA (Angola), 1181 revolution in

CP's policies analysed, 1447 role of peasantry, 765

and UNO, 368

and USSR, 394

Christianity

and apartheid, 897, 901

and communism, 782

and Marxism in South Africa, 681,

896

Churches and religion generally and communism, 782, 786

role of, in national liberation struggle, 269, 781, 782, 895, 901,

1346


Ciskei

crisis in, 407

farm labourer, 713

National Development Corporation, 713 Class struggle

Africa generally, 1228

Clayton, Archbishop Geoffrey, 1092 Coalbrook disaster, 436

Cold War, 541 Collaborators

exposing, need for, 766 Colonial freedom, 882

Colonialism, 450

and African society, 1354 Africa, tropical, 1353

implications of the October Revolution, 1118

Khrushchov on, 326

and Marxism, 925

neo-colonialism, transition from, 81 "Colonialism of a special type”, 266, 424,

479, 536, 769, 771, 778, 780, 827,

830, 832, 945, 946, 972, 974, 1057,

1058, 1118, 1135, 1240, 1380,

1410, 1411

and armed struggle, 163

courts and legal system, use of, 803 Colour bar, 1007

Coloured people, 361, 735, 842, 843, 960 rejection of Representative Council by,

285

role of, 261

Comintern, 915

50th anniversary, 1377

and Africa, 912

and the national question in South Africa, 501

Eastern policy, 1424

history, 577

lessons of, for communist and workers' movements, 1377

Commercial, Catering and Allied Workers' Union of South Africa (CCAWUSA)

and emergency, 1053, 1054 Common Fund for Commodities, 87 Commonwealth

imperialism and neo-colonialism of, 859


Commonwealth Eminent Persons Group on Southern Africa, 202

Communism, 169, 903

Africa and, 1086

Castro on, 175

and Christianity, 681, 896 “foreign” nature of queried, 1392 transition to, from capitalism, 789 what is?, 52

Communist and Marxist Parties of the world, 555

Communist and Workers' Parties conference of, 387 international meeting of, 1094

Communist International

6th Congress and “Black Republic” slogan, 1059, 1218

Communist Internationals, 319 Communist movement (international), 334 Communist movements generally, 535 Communist Parties, 1357

consultative meeting (document),

1435

Communist Party

and DuBois, W.E.B., 1100 Communist Party of Great Britain, 1248

meeting with SACP, 1264 Communist Party of South Africa, 364,

695

and also see South African

Communist Party history, 708

Communist Party of the Soviet Union 19th Conference, 159

24th Congress (Report), 1271 25th Congress, 228, 1296

26th Congress, 233, 807

message from SACP, 1274, 1292 Communist Party of the United States

publication of “Black Liberation Journal”, 386

Communists, views of, 10 Communist unity, 353

statement by SACP Central

Committee, 1251 Conference in support of fighting people of

Portuguese colonies and Southern Africa: Khartoum, January 1969, 54


Congo, 339, 350, 502, 564, 622, 700, 1022

constitution, 629

and United Nations Organisation, 327 Workers' Party Conference, 1431

Congo (Brazzaville), 586, 1038, 1182, 1194 assassination of President, 390

class struggle and independence, 315 Congolese Party of Labour

role of, 297

SACP, joint communique, 1294 Denis Gasso Nguesso as head of State,

1432

problems of revolution in, 509 Congo (Kinshasa), 586

Congolese National Movement (M.N.C.), 1464

Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU)

and education, 480

and emergency, 1053

founding of, 1052

and Freedom Charter, 1073 Freedom Charter, adoption of, 1055 growth and development of, 576 militancy led by, 1054

militancy of, 1329

strike, June 6-8, 1988, 36

policies of, 479, 1052

role of, 269, 1056, 1346 statement by SACP, 1321 women in, 970

and world revolutionary process, 560 Congress of the People

25th anniversary, 399 description and analysis of, 421

Construction and Allied Workers' Union, 1054

Co-operation and Security in Europe, Treaty on (Helsinki, July 1975), 383

COSATU: see Congress of South African Trade Unions

Council of Unions of South Africa-National Council of Trade Unions (CUSA-

NACTU), 1055, 1056

activities and policies of, 1055, 1329 origins and policies of, 1056

united front with, 269, 1346

coups d'‚tat, 1034, 1179

Crime, 723


Crossroads squatter camp demolition of, 395

Cuba, 327, 330, 333

1st Congress of the CPC (report),

1084

2nd Congress of the CPC (report), 662 3rd Congress of the CPC (report), 175 Africa, relations with, 174, 519, 1202

and Angola, 171, 932 human rights in, 176

making the revolution in, 172 Cultural boycott, 431

reasons for support for, 995, 1187 Culture

Afrikaans, 1135

and liberation, 975, 1135

problems of, in Africa, 1078, 1079 role of, in the African revolution, 995,

1187

South African national, 490 White South African, 1135

Cunhal, Alvaro, 314

CUSA-NACTU: see Council of Unions of South Africa - National Council of Trade Unions

Czechoslovakia, 355

1968 events, 732

Communist Party (Presidium Report), 566

Letter to the editor, 1266

solution of the national question in, 547

D

Dacko, David, 71

Dadoo, Dr. Yusuf Mohamed, 1218, 1219 70th birthday tributes, 399

elected to Chairman, SACP, 372 funeral of, and speeches, reactions,

SACP statement, messages, 17

memorial to, 423

poem about, 1368

profile, 1085

Dahomey, 585, 586 Dakar

ANC meeting with South African

delegation, 430


talks with ANC, implications of, 269, 1346

Dalindyebo, Paramount Chief Sabata Jonguhlanga, 992

Dansokho, Amath, 1467

imprisonment of, 931

Davis, Angela, 365, 370, 1104

Death squads, 432 Debray, Regis

criticism of ideas, 1234 Denton, Jeremiah (Senator), 409 Destour Party (Tunisia), 939 Detente

resolution of SACP, 1293

South African policy, purposes of, 801 Detention

deaths in, 359, 1139

description of, 459, 1164

torture in, 1140 Developing countries

economic resources of, 1174 Dialectical and historical materialism, 272,

273, 274, 275

Dikeledi, Paul

assassinatiion of, and obituary, 430 Dimitrov, Georgi, 234, 1311

address to 7th Congress of Communist International (1935), 978

Dingake, Michael autobiography, 282

Diop, Majmouth, 526

Diouf, President Abdou, 931 Disarmament, 328

economic implications of, 451 Document

45 South African clergymen and others: Open letter “Pro Veritate” -: South Africa and Nazi Germany, 1133

ANC:

Fascist South Africa a Threat to World Peace, 26

Text of Illegal Broadcast (14 November 1969), 25

The Rhodesian Crisis, 23 Bechuanaland Peoples's Party: Protest

on Refugees, 102 Benson, Mary: I Accuse the South

African Government of


Murder, 109

Bromlei, Academician Yulian: The National Processes in the USSR: Achievements and Problems, 139

Campaign Against Racial

Discrimination (Cape Town): Forced Labour for Coloured Workers, 165

Castro, Fidel: Human Rights, 176 Castro, Fidel: This is Communism,

169

Communist International: The South African Question, 204

Communist Party of Great Britain:

British Communists Hail Southern African Revolutionaries, 206

Conference on Leninism and the

World Revolutionary Process Today (South African contribution by Michael Harmel), 209

Consultative Meeting of Communist Parties (authors unspecified), 1435

Cronin, Jeremy and David Rabkin:

Statements from the dock when on trial under the Terrorism and Internal Security Acts, 218

Egyptian Communist Party: The

Political Balance in Egypt, 445

Fischer~, Bram: A Message, 464 “Freedom”: The Russian Revolution -

1917-1967, 474

FRELIMO: Guidelines for Building a People's Democracy, 476

Fuller, Robert: The New Constitution, 483

Gorbachov, Mikhail: The National

Question in the Soviet Union, 511

Gornicki, Captain Wieslaw: Speech (on the situation in Poland), 516

Half a Century of Undaunted Struggle (from Vietnam - on the 50th


anniversary of the SACP), 1452

Ho Chi Minh: My Path to Leninism, 556

Husak, Dr. Gustav: Report of the

Presidium of the Czechoslovakian Communist Party, 566

Khama, Seretse (President): Botswana's Foreign Policy, 632

Lutuli, A.J.: No Arms for South Africa, 806

Mabhida, Moses: Youth Must Study and Learn from History, 809

Mandela, Nelson: Unite! Mobilise!

Fight On!, 871

Marks, J.B.: South Africa and Peace, 877

“Mayibuye” (ANC Journal): The

National Question in South Africa, 894

Mbeki, Govan: A Communist on the Truth, 903

Nasser, President: May Day Speech, 981

Nokwe, Duma: Expel South Africa from the United Nations, 1023

Nozegwu, Major: Last Words, 1027 Nyerere, Julius K. and Tambo, Oliver

Reginald: The Arusha Declaration, 1063

Nyerere, Julius K.: Rhodesia, the Case for Action, 1062

Oginga Odinga: Kenya's First Address at the United Nations, 1075

Pan-African Congress (Sixth), Dar es Salaam, 19-27 June 1974:

Declaration, 1088 Party of the Socialist Vanguard in

Algeria: The Common Struggle of the Progressive Forces to Forge the Political Instruments of the Revolution, 1090

Rabkin, David and Jeremy Cronin:

Statements from the dock when on trial under the Terrorism and Internal


Security Acts, 1134 “Rand Daily Mail”:

Deaths in Detention (28 June, 1969), 1139

This Ugliness Must End (29 October, 1971), 1140

South African Communist Party:

A Great Revolutionary: Message on the Centenary of the Birth of Georgi Dimitrov, 1311

On Cuba, 1310

French and South African Communists Meet, 1254

Hands off Angola!, 1331 Israel and South Africa - The

Present Day Nazis!, 1313 Lenin the Liberator, 1268 Meeting of British and South

African Communists, 1257 Message to the 23rd Congress of the Communist Party of the

Soviet Union, 1259 Message to Vietnam, 1253 Paper presented at seminar in the

GDR to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the birth of Friedrich Engels, 1270

On Poland, 1309

Political Terrorism in Lesotho, 1252

Protest against persecution in Iran, the banning of the Iranian People's Party, and the arrest of many members., 1315

Rally and Unite Anti-Imperialist Forces, 1256

R‚sum‚ of a joint meeting with members of the Central Committee of the CPSU, 1333

Stand By Namibia!, 1277 Statement on the Situation in

Afghanistan, 1303, 1324 Strengthen Anti-Imperialist

Unity!, 1243

The Maseru Massacre, 1314 The Russian Revolution, 474


White Worker - Your Future Lies with Democracy, 1326

South African Communist Party &

Socialist Unity Party of Germany: Strengthen Anti- Imperialist Unity!, 1262

Socialist Unity Party of Germany & SACP: Strengthen Anti- Imperialist Unity!, 1243,

1244

Soviet Afro-Asian Solidarity

Committee: Statement, 1335 Tambo, Oliver Reginald and Nyerere,

Julius K.: The Arusha Declaration, 1360

Tambo, Oliver Reginald: South Africa's Political Prisoners, 1359

Toivo Hermann Ja Toivo: A Namibian Patriot before a South African Court, 1389

United Nations Organisation General Assembly debate on “The Right to Fight for Freedom”, 1434

United Nations Special Committee on Apartheid: Fascist Terror in South Africa, 1433

Vilner, Meir: Zionism is a Movement of Racial Discrimination, 1463

World Communist Conference,

Moscow, 5-17 June 1969: Materials, resolutions, speech by J.B. Marks (Chairman, SACP), 1515

World Conference of Communist and Workers' Parties (Preparatory Meeting, Budapest November 18-21, 1968), 1516

Zarodov, Dr. K.: Lenin's Strategy and Tactics of Revolutionary Struggle, 1530

Doe, Sergeant Samuel, 1475 Dollar crisis, 869

Domestic workers in South Africa, 55 Drought, 1400, 1528

Dube, John

murder of, 377, 743

DuBois, W.E.B., 1100

death of, 336


Dutt, Rajani Palme death of, 381

E

East Africa, 1036

history, 1370

race and class problems, 844 Ecological problems, 1128

Economic affairs generally (international), 647

Economic Commission for Africa (UN), 293

Economic growth, sources, 617 Education

and national liberation movement, 480, 770, 831

and youth, 764

Egypt, 338, 585, 586, 928, 1182

Camp David accord, implications of, 1474

Communist Party and elections in, 86 and International Monetary Fund, 86 and Israel, 1284, 1432, 1462

political situation in, 445 revolution, 533, 631, 741 Sadat, death of, 72 socialism in, 216

trade union movement, 1143 and USA, 72

El Helou, murder of, 328 Emergency

effects on workers and trade unions, 1053

Eminent Persons Group (Commonwealth), 202

Empire, British

and Rhodes, Cecil, 240 Equatorial Guinea

a palace revolution?, 1473 Eritrea, 1428

imperialist interest in, 70 national question, 1181

Espionage, 362

Ethiopia, 1427, 1428

coup in, 1179

famine, 191, 1379

aid from socialist and capitalist countries compared, 812


Haile Selassie, deposition of, 608, 1379 Marxist-Leninist policies in, 293 national question in, 491, 1181

policies of the PMAC, 112 revolution, 75, 298, 393, 921, 1465

situation in, 79

Somalia, relations with, 291, 1477 USSR, links between, 80

war in Ogaden and Eritrea, 70 Workers' Party of

Commission for Organising (COPWE), 293

Congress, 298

SACP message to founding Congress of, 298

European Economic Community, 331 and Africa, 600, 678, 876, 1400

Evangelical Witness in South Africa, 681, 896

Eyadema, President, 83

F

Falklands/Malvinas, 409 Family planning

and genocide in South Africa, 712 Famine,

Ethiopian, and aid against from socialist and capitalist countries, 812

Fanon, Franz

theories of, on national liberation and armed struggle, 1421

Fascism, 779

30th anniversary of defeat of, 26 USSR experience of, 645

Federal Republic of Germany and Cameroon, 83

Cabora Bassa, 849

imperialism of, 849

Nazi envoys in Africa, 673 and South Africa

atomic links with, 30 Federation, 1523

Federation of Free Trade Unions of South Africa, 1055

Federation of South African Trade Unions, 1405

and anti-communism, 1000

Festival of Youth and Students, 12th, 778


Fifty Fighting Years, 739 Film review

Attenborough, Richard Cry Freedom, 64

Inkululeko Films: Amakomanisi - The SACP, 572

Klimov, Elem: Come and See, 645 Osmane Sembene: Mandabi, 1082 Stone, Oliver: Platoon, 1348

Uys, Jamie: The Gods Must be Crazy, 1441

First International, 1372 First, Julius

obituary, 403 First, Ruth

detention of, 459

discussion with Rod Dyson on The Barrel of a Gun, 323, 456,

739

murder of, 15, 16

and SACP, 973

Fischer, Bram, 345, 779, 930 award of Lenin Prize, 350 biography, 819

death of, 1289

tributes to, 1449   illness of, in prison, 381

poem in memory of, 283, 448 and South African elections, 346 speech by, 1131

trial of, 1006

police literature, 584 FNLA: see National Front for the

Liberation of Angola; Angola; UNITA

Folklore, 571

Food and Allied Workers' Union, 1053 creation of, by merger, 1054

Forum Club, 261

FOSATU: see Federation of South African Trade Unions

Foster, Joe

thought of, analysed, 773, 1000, 1405 Foster, William Z., 1531

France, 330, 354

and Africa, 671

Africa, Tropical, policies towards, 78 and Chad, 73, 1227

and Chad-Libya war (Aouzou Strip),


87

colonialism of, 1429

Communist Party's approach to aid and co-operation, 1355

South Africa, policies towards, 78 "Freedom”, 474

Freedom Charter

10th Anniversary, 343

20th anniversary, 988

adoption of by South African trade

unions, significance of, 1328 analysis of, 278, 421, 834, 1066, 1073,

1410

by National Forum, 1057 and anti-Communism, 277 importance of attitudes to, 1057 and land question, 479

and literature, 571

People's Communes, emergence of, 833 and socialism, 1073

and UDF, 978

FRELIMO, 286, 370, 1199, 1214, 1290

3rd Congress, 1431

4th Congress, 1339 changes into a Party, 1341

history and policies of, 1237, 1339

French Somaliland, 1429

Frontline States, 414

economic dependence on South Africa, 860

Fugard, Athol, 742

critique of, 486, 975, 1151

Funerals, 422

G

Gaddafy, President, 83 Gambia, The

revolt in, 72

Garvey, Marcus, 788

biography, 793

General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), 1174

Geneva arms talks

USA conduct in, 415 Genocide

and Bantustan policy, 410 effects of apartheid, 1147

and family planning in South Africa,


712

German Democratic Republic, 358 20th anniversary, 991

literature, 816

and UNO, 372

USA, relations with, 922 German Peace Treaty and Africa, 465 Germany

and Africa, 1098, 1347

Germany, West: see Federal Republic of Germany

Ghana, 2, 104, 346, 604, 673, 732, 739,

848, 1021

and Akuffo, General F.W.K., 1470 consolidation of revolution in, 74 coup attempt in, 1179

coup in

31 December, 1981, 73

attempt (1985), 1179

February, 1966, 101

economy, 292, 496, 1504

elections, 237

letter to the editor, 926

nationalism and economic affairs in, 496

Nigeria, expulsion of workers from, 292

proletarianization and class struggle in, 825

Rawlings, Jerry, 1472

socialists, 1074

and USSR, 738

Ghosh, Ajoy, 330

Giap, General Vo Nguyen, 1344 Gluzman, Semyon

racist comments by, 745

Gods Must Be Crazy, The (film), 1441 Gold

liberation movement, implications for, 853, 858

Gorbachov, Mikhail, 19

meeting with President Reagan

(Reykjavik, October 1986),

427

perestroika and glasnost, 835 Gordimer, Nadine

critique of, 487

Gouvernement d'Union Nationale de Transition (GUNT), 85


Gqabi, Joe

murder of, 15, 406 Gramsci, Antonio

discussion of work, 557 Greece

events in, 379 Grenada

and Cuba, 173

militarisation of, 420

and USA, 173, 415, 416, 420

Guerrilla war, 1109

and Marxism, 1110, 1236

Guevara, Ch‚, 11, 1235 Guinea-Bissau

and Cabral, Amilcar, 1425 coup attempt in, 1179

coup in, background to, 1478

history of liberation struggle and post- independence era, 804

Guinea, Republic of, 447, 593, 906 Ahmed Sekou Tour‚, role of, 865 discussion with leaders, 1193 imperialism and, 1365

Guma, Mduduzi (“Nkululeko”) tribute on death of, 1204

Guyana, 776

British and USA role in, 776

H

Habre, Hissen, 1227 Haile Selassie (Emperor)

overthrow of, 608, 1379 Harmel, Michael

contribution to conference on

“Leninism and the World Revolutionary Process Today”, 209

funeral of, oration, 226 obituary, 379

Harmel, Mohammed, 87 Haroun, Imam Abdullah murder of, 270

Health

apartheid and, 1130 Helsinki Agreement

10th anniversary and implications, 422 conclusion of (July 1975), 383

Hlapane, Bartholomew, 409


Hoare, Col. “Mad Mike”, 410 Ho Chi Minh, 119, 359 Hodgson, Jack

obituary, 1070

Hogan, Barbara, 411

Homelands, 742

Home, Sir Alec Douglas, 368 Houphouet-Boigny, 366

Human rights, 176, 520

socialism and, 276

Hurley, Dennis (Roman Catholic Archbishop)

on use of armed struggle, 412 Hutchinson, Alfred, 943

I

I.C.U, 1521

Ideology

problems of

in Africa, 1078, 1079

and national liberation movement, 767

Imperialism, 1020

African counter-offensive, 29

and apartheid, 1388

and Angola, 1200

and destabilisation, 1332

distortion of religion by, 681, 896 “Grand Strategy' in Africa, 368 and South Africa, 377

and Southern Africa, 852 war danger of, 405

Indaba, KwaZulu-Natal, 428, 868 Independent Commission on International

Development Issues (Brandt Commission)

report of, 1059

India, 333, 941

Communist Party in, 1114 Indian Council

need to oppose, 1221 Indian Ocean

South Africa and Soviet “threat”, 916 Indians

implications for, of August 1984

elections, 497

Indonesia, 356

Industrial Conciliation Act, 840


Industrialisation

and apartheid, 124 Inflation

effect on Africans, 375 Inkatha, 6, 394, 875, 977

alliance with Coloured Labour Party and Indian Reform Party, 393

and KwaZulu-Natal Indaba, 428 origins, nature, and role of, 430, 642,

947

terrorism by, 424

and trade unions, 947 Inkatha: see also Buthelezi

Institute for a Democratic Alternative for South Africa

ANC, Dakar meeting with, 430 Institute of Race Relations, 377 Intelligentsia

role of, 775

International Anti-Apartheid Year, 393 International Communist Movement, 1261,

1286

International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU)

and neo-colonialism, 330

International Conference of Communist and Workers' Parties (Budapest)

material, 149

International Council of Christian Churches and Kenya, 1181

International Labour Organisation 1973 Geneva Conference, 256

and South African trade unions, 883 International Monetary Fund

and Morocco, 296 and South Africa, 575

International Socialist League (S.A.), 344 International solidarity

various issues, 1059

International Trade Union Conference Against Apartheid, 884

International Women's Year (1975), 381,

813, 1150

Iran

Iraq, relations with, 1415 revolution in, 37, 396, 1415 Tudeh (Communist) Party, 1415

Iraq

communists in, 338


Iran, relations with, 1415 Ireland

background to the problems in, 287 Isandhlwana (battle of)

100th anniversary, 1203

poem on, 1487

"Iskra”, 607 Israel

Africa, intervention in, 107 and Arabs, 350

Black liberation in South Africa,

opposition to, 619

and Cameroon, 83

June War 1967, 928 Lebanon

invasion of, 63, 410 repression in, compared to South

Africa, 433

and Rhodesia, 1390

and South Africa, 77, 386, 850, 1313,

1390

terrorism by, 357, 1313

USA and, 1390

war, 376, 1284, 1462

and Zaire, 291

and Zionism, 106 Ivory Coast

“economic miracle” illusion, 1430

J

Jackson, George obituary, 322

Jobane, Petros Linda (Gordon Dibeku) tribute on death of, 1204

Job reservation, 375

Bantustans and, 628 John Paul II, Pope

assassination attempt on, 425 Jonathan, Leabua

coup by, 1037

overthrow of, South African role in, 424

role of, 670

Jones, David Ivon, 710, 1218

tribute to, on discovery of his grave, 47

Joseph, Helen, 612


K

Kadalie, Clements, 616 Kahn, Sam

obituary, 58

Kairos Document (A Challenge to the Church), 681, 896, 901, 910

Kampuchea, 119

Katanga, 582

Kaunda, Kenneth, 354

Kave, Nokonono, 409 Kembelo, Roy

bomb attack on, 377 Kente, Gibson

critique of, 975, 1152

Kenya, 335, 586, 644, 702, 733, 1035, 1080,

1400

African Socialism, paper on, 304 class conflict, expatriates, and foreign

imperialism, 615

conflict between KPU and KANU, 963 coup (1982), neo-colonialism, and

repression in, 967

and International Council of Christian Churches, 1181

Kenyatta, role of, 60 land robbery, 214

neo-colonialism in, 794, 861, 994, 1222 policies in, dangers of, 1472

repression in, 965

resistance and ideology in, 803 Seychelles, involvement in mercenary

coup in, 410

social and political crisis in 12th year of independence, 964

Uhuru, 1076

United Nations Organisation, 1075 unity of Kenyan organisations abroad,

87

Kenya African National Union, 335 Kenyatta, Jomo, 60

Kgama, Chief, 188 Khanyile, Gordon

tribute on death of, 1204 Khayinga, Wilson, 633

Khomeini, Imam, 1415

Kies, Ben, 261

King Kong (musical), 1152 King, Martin Luther


assassination, 703 Kissinger, Henry

policies of, in Southern Africa, 388 Korea, 369

airplane incident (31 August 1983),

415, 772, 1454

Kotane, Moses Mauane, 1218, 1219

70th birthday of, 13, 14

biography, 156, 158

death of, speeches, tributes, etc., 230 Kozonguizi, Advocate, 409

Kwazulu

Buthelezi's policies and Inkatha, 394 police in, 430

KwaZulu-Natal Indaba, 428, 868

L

Labour Monthly

50th anniversary, 366 Labour Party (Britain)

Africa, policies in, 340 Rhodesia, policies in, 320

Labour Party (South Africa), 261, 383

Labour Relations Act 1981, 1056

Labour Relations Amendment Act, 1981, 1047

La Guma, Alex, 975 death of, 1019

Latin America, 917

fascist links with South Africa, 1206 Leaflet

South African workers, message to, 1297

League of Communists, The, 1226 Leballo, Potlako, 498

Lebanon

Israeli policies in, 410 Lekhotla la Bafo

history of, 325 Lenin and Leninism

and Africa, 1122

cartoon, 182

class struggle, need for, 1226 conversation with Lenin, 1141 impressions of Lenin, 160 "Iskra”, 607

and Marxism and the South African struggle, 1267


and national liberation, 989 policies of, 133

significance for Africa, 1378 significance of works of, 1381 and South Africa, 241

speeches at Comintern Congresses, 688 strategy and tactics of revolutionary

struggle, 1530

and Trotskyism, 279

world revolutionary process, 209 Lenin, Vladimir Ilyich: see Lenin and

Leninism; and also under Marx and Marxism, Marxist-Leninist, etc.

Leon, Sonny

alliance with Buthelezi and Y.S.

Chinsamy, 393

Lerumo la Sechaba (Umkhonto we Sizwe), 1412

Lesotho, 332, 363, 414, 1400

campaign to save, 297

Communist Party, 205, 329, 370, 953,

1476

Central Committee statement, 208 joint statement with SACP, 1265

coup in, 1037

history of (Lekhotla la Bafo), 325 independance, 347

and Namibia, 812 political parties in, 757 situation in, 670, 948

1970, 630

and South Africa, 424, 784, 812, 948

terrorism of, 297 terrorism in (document), 1252 and USSR, 812

Letlaka, Tsepo, 383 Liberation

and culture, 975 Liberation movement

educational policy of, 831 Liberation movements

problems of in Southern Africa, 286 generally, 535

Liberation Support Movement, 381 Liberia, 586, 795

coup attempt in, 1179 coup in, 1475

“humanistic capitalism' in, 1475 Neo-colonialism in, 73


South Africa, collaboration with, 1181 and USA, 82, 295

Libya, 461, 1035

Chad, relations with, 87

and Morocco (Treaty of Oujda, 13

August 1984), 298

and USA, 83

Liebknecht, Karl, 1107

Life and Times of Michael K., 774 Literature in Africa, 571

Lonrho, 220

Lumumba, Patrice, 215, 326, 1464 25th anniversary of death, 80

Lusaka Agreement, 418 Luthuli, Chief Albert John

and Communism, 277

obituary, 443

role of, 390

Luthuli Detachment (Umkhonto we Sizwe), 1412

Luxemburg, Rosa, 1107

M

Mabhida, Moses Mbheki Mncane, 1218 60th birthday, honoured on, 415 address at memorial meeting in

memory of, 1217

biography of, 1304 Bulgaria, honoured by, 417 death and funeral of, 1322

Revolutionary Council of ANC

National Executive Committee, membership of, 404

SACP, election as General Secretary, 1304

Machel, Samora

letter to, on independence of

Mozambique, 1290

tribute on death of, 1325, 1409 Madagascar: see Malagasy Maghreb, The

Treaty of Oujda (between Libya and Morocco, 13 August 1984),

298

Mahdi, Sadiq al-, 85 Mahlangu, Solomon

execution of, 397


Make, Cassius

assassination of, and obituary, 430 Malagasy (Madagascar), 673, 815, 1182

10th Congress of Independence

Congress Party of Madagascar, 295

crisis in, 672

Malawi, 586, 1009

collaboration with South Africa, 1181 elections in, 1469

foreign policy, 908

repression in, 294 Mali

formation of Party of Revolution and Democracy, 74

Malvinas/Falklands, 409 Mancham, James R.

displaced in Seychelles, 1466 Mandabi, 1082

Mandela, Nelson Rolihlahla, 110, 111, 872

70th birthday, 433

conduct of, on Robben Island, 602 poem in honour of, 448

release of

demanded, 332

international campaign for, 857 Mandela, Winnie, 872

and USSR, 1059

biography of, 542

Mangope, Lucas, 374

Maoist policy, 739, 1286 Mapumulo, Shadrick (“Matthew”)

obituary, 449 Maritzburg

killings in, 432

Marks, John “Beaver”, 1218, 1219

80th anniversary of birth, seminar to commemorate, 1238

biography, 1012

editorial comment on the death of, 371 messages on the death of, 1448 obituaries, 232, 649, 879, 1064 political views of, 1238

speech by, as Chairman, SACP, 1515 speeches at unveiling of memorial to, 227, 529, 1065

Marx, Eleanor, 623

Marxism-Leninism, 556, 1267, 1391

and Africa, 709, 711


African liberation, 1029

and Christianity in South Africa, 681 Christianity in South Africa, and, 896 and colonialism, 925

“Colonialism of a special type”, 945, 946

educational series, 594, 595, 596, 597,

598

Gramscian view of, and South Africa, 559

and guerrilla war, 1110, 1236

and Materialist theory of history, 275 need for, 272

October revolution, implications of, 1178

and Party of a new type, 781 and psychology, 1215

role of, in South Africa, 1328 studies on, 558

and theory of knowledge, 274 Trotsky, effect of, 279

and USSR, 1158

"Marxist tendency within the ANC” expulsion of, 1058

Marx, Karl, 1376

African views of; statements to the

Berlin Conference (April 1983) by the SACP, ANC,

SWAPO, and representatives from Parties in Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Nigeria, Lesotho, Ghana, Tanzania, Sierra Leone and Angola., 413

Capital, 351

centenary conference in USA, 414,

810

centenary of death of, 412, 1158 Maseru

terrorist raid by South Africa on

(December 1982), 412,

1314

Matanzima, George, 992

Matanzima, Kaiser, 374, 394, 992 Matola

raid by South Africa on, 404 Matthews, Prof. Z.K. (Obituary), 354 Matthews, Vincent Joseph (Joe)

SACP, expulsion from, 387


Mauritius

Left successes in, 861, 1222

and South Africa, 861, 1222 MAWU: see Metal and Allied Workers'

Union, 1053

May Day, 981, 1055

1986, centenary of, 1001

history of, 469 Mayekiso, Moses

trial, 576

Mbeki, Govan, 1520 honorary degree for, 393

welcome to by SACP, 432 Mboya, Tom, 644

and “socialism', 1371

"McCarthyism”, 409

Mengistu Haile Mariam, 293, 298 USSR, visit to, 80

Mercenaries, 410

Metal and Allied Workers' Union (MAWU) and emergency, 1053, 1054

Middle East, 1286

war in, 1284, 1462 Militarism

danger of, 766

Military rule, 1438 Miners

and workers' control, 1410 Miners' strike (1946), 754, 1323 Mines

monopolies in, 864

Mini, Vuyisili, 633

Mkaba, Zinakile, 633

Mobutu, Roberto, 291

Mobutu, Sese Seko, 291, 849

uprising against, 676

Moi, Daniel Arap, 861, 1222 Mokgabudi, Motso (“Obadi”)

tribute on death of, 1204 Molale, Kate

obituary, 403

Mondlane, Eduardo (Obituary), 357 Monroe doctrine, 419

Moorosi, Chief of the Baphuti, 691 Mophosho, Florence

death of, 423

Morocco, 586, 848, 1428

and USA (Treaty of Oujda, 13 August 1984), 298


fraternal greetings, 380 International Monetary Fund and

“bread riots” in, 296 King Hassan, 669

and Libya (Treaty of Oujda, 13 August 1984), 298

and OAU, 996

revolution, 39

and Saharawi Arab Democratic

Republic, 81

Morogoro, 1361 Moshoeshoe I

life of, 485, 1168

role of, 1089

"Motsamai, Bryce” (Njongwe, Nkululo Xhego), 959

Motsepe, Godfrey attack on, 433

Mozambique, 375, 414, 1213

atrocities, 373

consolidating people's power, 814 constitution of, 1181

elections in, 84, 1340

FRELIMO becomes a Party, 1341 history of revolution in, 966, 1214,

1237

independence of, 1290

Matola, South African raids on, 404 migrant labour on the mines in South

Africa, 462

MNR (Mozambique National

Resistance)

amnesty for, 931, 1018, 1061

national question in, 766, 768, 769

and Nkomati Accord, 417, 418, 1018 revolution in

role of women, 813 SACP visit to, 86 situation in, 1339

and South Africa, 1015

tribalism and other divisions, effect of liberation struggle on, 1342

MPLA, 1199

and Portuguese CP, 1153 Workers' Party

2nd Congress, 80 Mubarak, Hosni

policies of, 86 Mugabe, Robert Gabriel


USSR, visit to, 80 Muldergate scandal, 756 Multi-national corporations

influence of, in Southern Africa, 1071, 1174

Murang'a, 663

Mutinies, 337

N

NACTU: see Council of Unions of South Africa-National Council of Trade Unions

Naicker, Dr. G.M. (Monty) obituary, 1070

Naicker, M.P.

last interview and funeral speech on death of, 229

Nakasa, Nat, 1091

Namibia, 379, 1519

“Contact Group”, 1116

fair elections in, South African barrier to, 820

Geneva conference on, 404 history, 458

information on, 579

negotiations, history of, and States

involved in, 1116 resistance and ideology in, 803 review of situation in (incl. Ai-Gams

Conference, conscription, DTA, Etango, Ezuva, trade union matters, SADF, SWAPO, negotiations, etc.), 900

situation in

1964, 339

1965, 303

1966, 667

1970, 363

1975, 381

1983, 290

and South Africa, 856, 1457 strike by Ovambo workers, 1011 and UNO, 504, 1136

Western Powers' support for South

Africa, 388, 405, 1225

workers of, 219

and Zaire, 291


Namibian National Students' Organisation, 900

Nasser, President, 35, 364 Natal

Native policy, history of, 1485 Natal Indian Congress, 497

Xuma-Naicker-Dadoo Pact, 431 National African Chamber of Commerce

(NAFCOC), 863

National democratic revolution Somalia, 100

South Africa, 834

National democratic revolution: see also national liberation struggle

National Education Crisis Committee (NECC), 480

united front with, 269, 1346

National Forum, 1073

and Freedom Charter, 1058 UDF, differences with, 1057

National Front for the Liberation of Angola (FNLA)

origins and policies of, 1061, 1181 Nationalist Government

40th anniversary, 431

discrimination and, 384

National Liberation Front (Vietnam), 225, 1281

National liberation revolutions, 143, 144

National liberation struggle, 696, 775,

1024

and capitalism, 560

and peace movement, 77

relationship between class exploitation and national oppression, 1329

and religion, 910

and socialism, 785

“step up the offensive”, 779 united front, need for, 269, 1346

and women's emancipation, 773, 952 working class, role of, 278

and world revolutionary process, 560 see also Colonialism of a special type

and National question National liberation wars, 284

National question, 266, 267, 278, 945, 946,

1000, 1057, 1058, 1239, 1328,

1511


and culture, 1135 Ethiopia and Eritrea, 1181 and Leninism, 705

see also “Colonialism of a special type”, 266

National question, ANC position on: see “Colonialism of a special type”

National question and ethnic processes, 501 National question and socialism: see

“Colonialism of a special type”

National question and trade unionism: see “Colonialism of a special type”

National question and workers: see “Colonialism of a special type”

National Union of Miners, 1054 activities of, 1056

and emergency, 1053

National Union of South African Students, 374, 377

Nazis

and Africa, 673 Negotiations

possibilities of, 834

Negro leaders and organisations effect of struggle for African

independance, 929 Nehru, death of, 339

Neo-colonialism, 330, 746, 1020, 1506

in Africa, 1126

decolonisation, problems of, 1078,

1079, 1174, 1442

economics of, 263

Neto, Agostinho, 1423

death of, 399

poetry of, 837 New Zealand

South African rugby tour (1981), 406 Ngouabi, Marien

murder of, 390 Ngoyi, Lilian

death of, 401 Ngugi wa Thiong'o

detention of, in Kenya, 965

“Petals of Blood”, and Leninist analysis of national liberation, 989

Ngwevela, Johnson obituary, 430

Nicaragua

revolution in, problems and


achievements, 121 Sandinista National Liberation Front,

interview with a founder of, 121

Nigeria, 311, 350, 361, 733, 734, 1027,

1439, 1522

analysis of the situation after army takeover, 295

coup, 666

coup attempt in, 1179 democracy, 345

developments in, 777

elections, 1336

expulsion of immigrant workers, 292 general strike, 339

independance, 641 letter to the editor, 8 and Marxism, 510

Nigerian Labour Congress Manifesto, 84

oil industry in, 292 political comment, 444

prospects for civilian rule, 565 publication of “World Marxist

Review”, 1430 socialism in, problems of, 823

support for Angola and South Africa, 1431

war, 1036

Workers' and Socialists' Party, 441 Nimeiri, Gaafar Mohamed, 299

dictatorship of, 296

Nixon, Richard, 368

Njongwe, Nkululo Xhego (“Motsamai, Bryce”), 959

Nkomati Accord, 418, 1061

assessment of, 1018

significance of, 417

Nkomo, Joshua, 1002

Nkosi, Johannes, 1426

Nkrumah, Kwame, 2, 101, 130, 244, 370,

1087

letter to the editor about book review, 926

Nkwe, Sampson (Wolpe Sapnath Poho), 614

Nokwe, Duma

obituary, 1070

Non-Aligned Movement


conference in Harare, September 1986; review of, 427

Non-Aligned Nations, 1149

7th Conference of, report to (Fidel Castro), 1059

Castro's address to, 170

Non-European Unity Movement, 261 role and policies of, 591

Nuclear tests, 328

Nuclear war, 76, 1317 Nyerere, Julius

and Nkomati Accord, 1018 Tanzanian visit, 669

Nzima, Petrus and Jabu murder of, 15

Nzula, Albert, 553

O

O.A.S., 331

October Revolution

50th anniversary, 1373, 1374, 1375

60th anniversary, 391, 637

and Africa, 689

history of, 1373, 1374, 1375 implications for social change, 1178 Lenin's role in, 1381

and national liberation in Africa, 878 and South Africa, 637, 1017

see also Soviet Union Odinga Oginga, 644 Ogaden

defeat for imperialism in, 70 Oil, 1025

and Third World, 377 Nigerian, 292

OK Bazaars

dispute with, 1054

Okhela, 132

Olympic Games, 356

anti-Sovietism in, 402 Rhodesia, exclusion of, 371

Omotosho, J.O.B., 91

"One-Party” State, 337

in Africa, 1102

Oppenheimer, Ernest, 846

Organisation of African Unity, 927, 1522 16th summit (Monrovia, July 1979),

1472


19th summit

boycotted, Tripoli, August 1982, 290, 291, 293

25th anniversary of, 932 1985 summit, 78

crisis within, 996

Liberation Committee (30th Session, Tripoli, February 1978),

1468

Priority Programme for Economic

Recovery 1986-1999, 82 South African aggression, SADCC

memorandum on, 1334 support for liberation, 986

Tanzanian-Ugandan conflict and, 1432 and USA, 290, 291

Organisation of Senegal River States, 585 OTRAG

secret agreement with Zaire, 1466 Ouandie, Ernest, 671

Oueddi, Goukouni, 85

P

PAIGC, 1199, 1428

Palestinians

uprising by, 433

Pan-Africanism, 1088, 1124

Pan-Africanist Congress, 330, 336, 383,

498

“Group of Eight” expelled from ANC, 1295

“militancy' myth, 305, 306

Poqo, 802

Pan-African News Agency, 296

Passive Resistance Campaign (1946), 431

history of, 426 Pass laws

and poverty, 500

reform of, 500

Peace, 328, 417

and national liberation, 77 national liberation, 1286 and regional conflicts, 1330 and USSR, 432

People's power meaning of, 833

People's war, 789, 1344 Peru


Communist Party in, 1114 Philippines, 744

armed struggle in, 1112 Communist Party in, 1114 fraternal greetings, 380

Phillips, James obituary, 57

Pio Pinto, 180

Plaatje, Solomon Tshekisho, 196, 1059,

1490

Poem

African Prometheus, 448

All Will be Ours Again, 1169

A Poem of Vengeance (and other

Tributes to Mini, Mkaba, and Khayinga, Executed 6

November 1964), 633

The Beauty of a Zulu Battle Line, 1487 Before Interrogation?, 634

Comrade Bram, 283

Eulogy to Dr Yusuf Dadoo, 1368 For Angela Davis, 1104

Identity Card, 236

"Pluviose”, 954

Powdered Typhoons Unwind Slowly, 1488

Praise of Communism, 129 Red Our Colour, 635

The Ship, 985

Sovietsky Narod, 637

The Spirit of Bambatha, 636 Verwoerd, Verwoerd, They Cry, 550 Zoya on Guard, 639

Poetry

anthology, 452

oral tradition, 151 Poland

and Catholic church, 763 crisis in, 168, 404, 534, 535

Solidarity, 408

Polisario, 81, 290, 291, 296, 298, 1466,

1471

prestige of, internationally, 1478 Political economy, 1173

Political prisoners, 382, 386

Pollitt, Harry, 829

Pol Pot, 119 Pope John Paul II

Africa, visit to, 1476


Population

figures, 364

problems of, 1128

Poqo: see Pan-Africanist Congress Portugal, 326

and Africa, 280, 1369

British alliance and, implications for Africa, 1369

crisis in, 378, 379, 383, 1199

FRELIMO statement, 475

Guinea and, 1365 Portuguese Communist Party

MPLA and, 1153

Potekhin, Ivan, 1163

death of, 340

"Power-sharing”, 833

"Pravda”, 331 Press

censorship

Israeli, 433

South African, 402, 416, 433, 481

imperialist, 393

USSR and developing countries, bias against, 416

Pretoria Prison

escape from, 603 Prisoners

experiments on, 94 Prisoners of war, 434 Pritt, D.N.

obituary, 370

Programme to Counter Racism, 901 Progressive Federal party

and Buthelezi, 947 Proletarian internationalism

and Africa, 69

and Cuban aid to Africa, 1202 SACP resolution, 1302

Proletarian nations, 983 Propaganda

imperialist press, 393

Prostitution, 1446 Psychology

and intelligence, 1215

and racism, 684


R

Rabkin, David

profile and tribute to, 1205 Racism, 798

and colonialism, 774

inhumanity of, 94

intelligence and, 684

and South African Churches, 901 Rawlings, Jerry, 101, 1472

Reagan, President Ronald

election as President of USA, 403 meeting with General Secretary

Gorbachov (Reykjavik,

October 1986), 427 policies towards USSR, 1115

re-election of, implications of for freedom, 419

Reeves, Bishop Ambrose, 1096 Refugees, 102

Ren‚, Francis Albert, 408, 1466 Revolution

national and social, in Africa, 53 statement by Central Committee,

SACP, 1250

youth and, 747 Revolutionary movement

need to strengthen, 779 Revolutionary theory, 782, 1507 Reykjavik Summit meeting, 427 Rhodes, Cecil, 240

Rhodesia, Southern mine labour, 1445

Rhodesia (Zimbabwe), 364, 701, 1062 and Britain

Wilson Government's policies, 320 anthem (“Ode to Joy”), 1428

and Britain, 356, 381

class forces in, 984, 987

crisis in, 23

fighting in, 351, 353, 1036 guerrilla and political struggle, 373 and Israel, 1390

Olympic Games, exclusion from, 371 SACP, statement by, 1258

sanctions against, 537

transition to Zimbabwe, problems of, 1224

U.D.I. (rebellion against Crown), 347


Rhodesia (Zimbabwe): see also Zimbabwe Rickshaw's New Year, The (short story),

567

Riekert Report (Utilization of Manpower), 1047

Rivonia trial, 379, 602

arrests, 440

10th anniversary, 374

police literature, 584

proceedings, 339

Robben Island, 980, 1536

Roberto, Holden, 1181

Robeson, Paul, 657

death of, 385

working class and, 749 Rockefeller Foundation

and East Africa, 674 Roux, Eddie

biography, 1159 Rugby

South African tour of New Zealand (1981), 406

S

Sachs, Albie

attack on, 433

Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic, 81 Samatar, Lt. Gen. Mohammed Ali, 85 Sanctions, 431, 479, 1386

ANC position on, 1067 and Buthelezi, 947

developments in 1986 reviewed, 427 imperialist attempts to defeat, 867 opposition to, by imperialism, 426 SACP position on, 1239

Sandinista National Liberation Front (FSNL)

interview with a founder of, 121 Sankara, Thomas

assassination of, 88

policies of, in Burkino Faso, 79 Savimbi, Jonas, 1181

profile and policies of, 1061 Schlebusch Commission, 374, 380, 401 Schools' boycott

reasons for ending, 480 Schoon, Jeanette and Katryn

murder of, 418


Schreiner, Olive, 457 Science

lack of education in Africa, 1127 Seale, Bobby, 1093

Security police, 524 Sekou Tour‚, Ahmed, 447

life of, 865

Senegal, 586

African Independence Party, 51, 1430

statement by, 20 conference hosted by Party of

Independence and Labour and World Marxist Review, 81

crisis in, 1188

election in, 293

Party of Independence and Labour alliances, 84, 298

first Congress, 525, 526

peace and political situation in, 298 relations with The Gambia, 72 repression in after elections, by Diouf

government, 931 Senghor, appeal to by African

Independence Party, 1467

situation in, 1429

Senghor, Leopold, 1429, 1467 September, Dulcie

assassination of, 433 Seychelles

Mancham regime in, 1466 mercenary attack, 408, 410

situation in, 1466 Shaba Province (Zaire)

uprising in, 676

Shaka, King, 1534 Short story

The Rickshaw's New Year, 567 Sibande, Gert

obituary, 1233

Sierra Leone, 585 Simons, Jack

80th Birthday, 428

Sinai war, 376 Sissoko, Seydou

death of, 81 Sisulu, Max

bomb attack on, 377 Sisulu, Walter


profile of, 505 Sithole, Peter

death of, 403

Sizwe Banzi is Dead, 742 Slavery

Black women, 251 Slavery in South Africa, 137 Slovo, Joe

honoured by USSR, 426

profile on election as Chairman,

SACP, 1408

profile on election as General

Secretary, SACP, 428 Umkhonto we Sizwe, release from

functions of Chief of Staff of, 429

Smith, Ian, 344, 361, 381, 898

Sobhuza II, King, 812 Socialism, 375

advance to, in South Africa, 1329 and Africa, 92, 138, 435, 640, 709,

711, 1242

and Africanisation, 1228

and agriculture, 993

and Cabral, Amilcar, 1425 and human rights, 276 humanity of, 94

imperialism and, 170

and Marxism, 1158 and Tom Mboya, 1371

national independance, 599 Socialist International (1966 and later)

African liberation struggles, attitude to, 1467

Socialist International

and South Africa, 1192 Socialist Unity Party of Germany

Joint statement with SACP, 1243,

1262

Social sciences, 1440

Sociology, Southern Africa, 1384

Solomon Mahlangu Freedom College, 831, 1345

Solomon Tshekisho Plaatje: South African Nationalist, 776

Solzhenitsyn, Alexander, 660

Somafco, 831, 1345

Somalia, 291

Ethiopia, relations with, 1477


revolution, 38, 100

Somali People's Vanguard Party, 79 and South Africa, 79

uprising in, 85

Somali Revolutionary Socialist Party (SRSP)

founding of, 1430

Son My massacre (Vietnam), 360 Sophiatown

history of, 890

Soul music (and see the article by J. J. Obatala, 1970 2nd Quart.), 363

South Africa, 605, 694

10th anniversary of Republic, 365 state of liberation movement, 847

20th anniversary of Republic, 1961, 404 40 years of Nationalist Government,

431

1988, review of, 434

African labour policies 1924--1934, 655 African trade unionists, attempts to

divert, 256

Afrikaner nationalism, development of, 1077

aggression by, 419

against African states, 539 against Front-Line States, 1307 costs of, 1334

agriculture, commercial, 874 ANC, role of, 1533

and Angola, 416, 932

anti-communist policies of, 426 apartheid

compromise with rejected, 1288 history of, 1485

internal problems of, 536 international implications, 686

“reform” of, 6

armed struggle, 419, 924, 971, 972, 974,

1328, 1411

arms supplies for, 806 army

casualties (Namibia, Rhodesia), 383

“invincibility”, 746

assassinations by, 16

atomic links with West Germany, 30 Bantustans, 162, 687

Black bankers in, role of, 1401


Black bourgeoisie, 863

Black Consciousness, 760, 933, 1198 Black labour in urban industry -

problems of, 126

Black mercenaries, 378

Black Sash, 923

Black theatre and music, 211 Black workers and national

consciousness, 840 Black writer in, role of, 487 and Britain, 508, 1508 British colonies in, 335 broadcast to, 25

capitalism and colonialism in, 945,

946

census, 364

challenge ahead for people's power (SACP statement), 1301

children, treatment of, 690 Christianity and Marxism, 681, 896

Christianity in, 1459

class and race in, 253, 269, 1220, 1346

class struggle in, 267, 832

Coalbrook disaster, 436 clergymen's statement (document),

1133

“Colonialism of a special type”, 268, 822, 834, 945, 946, 1238,

1533

Coloured Representative Council, 379 boycott of, 383

election (March 1975), 285 communists

utes to, 348

constitutional changes in, 392, 403,

415, 483

Coloured people, 261

consumer boycott, 479

and Cuba, 174

cultural question, 490, 627, 1135

death sentences, 429

defence by apartheid regime, 380 Defence White Paper

on “terrorism”, nuclear policy, etc. - April 1979, 397, 417

democratic revolution in, 697, 974,

1411

dependence of Frontline States on, 860 destabilisation by, effects of, 82


“detente” policies of, 801, 918

detention in, 359, 459, 792, 1139, 1140,

1164, 1529, 1536

“dialogue” policy, 854, 1399

dictatorship in, 333

diplomatic offensive, 364

domestic workers, 55

economy of, 365, 418, 479, 562, 563,

569, 851, 866

race and class, 824 education, 1155

education in revolutionary struggle, role of, 480

elections

(1970), 818, 1010

(1974), 141, 377, 1287

(1981), 404, 405

(1984), 497

(1987), 428, 429

emigration of skilled white workers to, 360

executions of political prisoners, 409 family planning and genocide, 712 farm labourers, 713

fascist nature of, 331, 817

document, 1433

federalism in, 470 forced removals in, 1436

foreign investment in, 27 foreign policy, 99, 463, 1444

Africa, 949, 950

and France, 78

Freedom Charter, 20th anniversary of, 382

Freedom Day (26 June), 25th

anniversary of, 382

funerals in, 422

general analysis of situation confronting liberation movement, 1291

general review of struggle against

apartheid to end of 1980 (incl. Soweto uprising, strikes, youth and students, Buthelezi and Inkatha, MK,

ANC, prisoners, trials), 574 genocide of apartheid, 712, 1147 gold, implications for liberation

movement of, 853, 858 gold mines


labour in, 791, 1398, 1492

historical documents, 606, 624, 625

history, 103, 153, 154, 157, 1451,

1494, 1495, 1517

imperialism, 32, 377, 383, 854, 918,

1008

and Indian Ocean, 916 Indian community, 1083

Botha, response to, 407 Indian Council, 1221 industrial colour bar, 258 industrial conciliation, 259

industrialisation and social change in, 881

influx control, 500

Information Department corruption scandal, 395

international implications of struggle for freedom, 341

isolation of, 378

and Israel, 77, 386, 850, 1313 Black liberation, opposition to,

619

Labour Party, 383

labour relations, 258

Land Act, 1913, 1108

land, migratory labour, and politics, 650

Latin American fascism, links with, 1206

law and legal system, 346, 365, 370,

578, 590, 888, 1165

leaflet distributed in, 25

and Lesotho, 297, 424, 812, 948

Liberal Party, 332 liberation movement and

internationalism, 914 liberation movement in the struggle

for peace, 821

liberation struggle, problems of, 1418 literature, 150, 472

“made ungovernable, 420

Marxism and religion in the national liberation struggle, 910

migrant labour, 1493

and Bantustans, 484

militancy and resistance, growth of, 366

militarism, 77, 1207


mine labour crisis, 381 miners strike, 397

monopolies, growth of; and effect on black living standards, 864

Mozambique, relations with, 1015 multi-national corporations,

implications of for liberation struggle, 1071

Nationalist Party, 1350

national liberation struggle, 611, 834,

1240, 1500, 1501

leaders, biographies of, 108 national question, 253, 257, 266, 267,

268, 269, 278, 501, 675, 822,

828, 830, 832, 862, 894, 914,

933, 944, 972, 974, 997,

1026, 1073, 1145, 1220,

1346, 1402, 1411, 1481, 1533

and genocide, 1147

and Nazi Germany compared

(document), 1133

neo-colonialist policies in Namibia, 900 and Nkomati Accord, 417, 1018

nuclear capacity, 397

and October 1917 Revolution, 689,

1118

oppression - new laws, 1486 pass laws, 500, 885

and peace movement, 412, 417, 575,

877, 1148

peasants' revolt in, 902 People's Communes, 833

“People's Education for People's Power”, 480

photographic record of struggle in, 1483 Poems (anthology), 453

police violence, 389 policies of, in Africa, 1437

political prisoners, 358, 365, 382, 386,

409

document, 1359

international campaign for, 857 post-apartheid, 1073

Press, 186, 1125

censorship and control, 402, 416,

481

prisoners of war held by, 434 Progressive Party, 1014

propaganda, 481


racism, 9, 1382

referendum, 415

“reforms”, 266

“render ungovernable”, 780 resistance and ideology in, 803 review of situation in, 345, 576

review of situation in, by SACP, 1316, 1321, 1327

revolutionaries in, 206

revolution in, 685

revolution, Mao, and Vietnam, 763 revolution theory, 1525

and Rhodesia, 400

Robben Island, 1536 Rule of Law in, 578

ruling class, crisis within, 267 SACP, role of, 1533

and SADCC, relations with, 540 SADF and military policy, 177 sanctions, 867, 1059

cultural and academic, 431 Schlebusch Commission, 401 security of underground activities in,

1328

sex and drugs as “communist

weapons”, 365

and Seychelles, 408, 410

situation in, 386, 401, 749

socialism, 834, 1404, 1410, 1411 and Socialist International, 1192 society in, nature of, 288 sociology, 3, 4, 643, 911

solidarity with, 1394

and Somalia, 79

State and Revolution, theory of, 833 State Security Council, 524 statistics on profits and losses, 377 strikes and stay-aways, 373, 885

5 - 6 November 1984, 1051

6 - 8 June, 1988, 36

1946 miners' strike, 754, 1323

students, 355, 1197, 1198

and Swaziland, 812

tactics of MK in relation to, 527 taxation of African people, 1231 terrorism of, 109, 404, 418, 422, 424,

499

children as victims, 838 textile industry, 318


theatre in, 627, 1152

“The Fight Goes On”, 363 theology, 951

torture, 113, 155, 340

“Total War Strategy”, 267, 1207, 1307

trade unions, 125, 126, 248, 259, 467,

834, 885, 886, 1047, 1056,

1058, 1073

history and problems of, 826, 1045

repression of, 1055

SACTU's 30th anniversary, 1050 unity in, 887

and USA, 1048

“workerism”, 827

transnational corporations, 27, 1229

Trotskyism in, 279

“two-stage” theory, 822, 1073

“Ultra-Left”, 1533 underground activity in, 1328 unemployment in, 479

and United Nations Special Committee on Apartheid (document), 1433

united front, 828

United Nations (expulsion - document), 1023

United Party, dissolution of, 391 universities and repression, 370 urban revolt in, 454

USA

relations with, 235, 422, 575, 869,

1048, 1111, 1117

war, 699, 1307, 1317, 1330

war criminals, 378

White liberals, repression of, 377 Whites, 141, 267, 268, 366, 409, 737,

786, 832, 862, 1059, 1285

apartheid policies of, 142

class, national divisions among, 316

students, 59

supremacy, no compromise with, 1288

workers, 1455 women

emancipation of, 771, 970, 1157 legal status of, 1216

liberation struggle, role in, 164, 952, 1150, 1480


Women's Day (9 August 1981), 405 workers

organisations, history of, 271 SACP call for support for, 1282 SACP message to (leaflet), 1297 share offers to, 434

Soweto uprising, 1043

working class, 278, 825, 945, 946,

1167

role of, 402, 518, 549, 1240, 1329

youth and students, 289, 398, 747, 768 South African Allied Workers' Union

infiltration of, by police, 1055

South African Communist Party, 372, 1248 6th anniversary speeches, 1362

6th Congress, 18, 1318

45th anniversary, 347

50th anniversary, 364, 367, 1452

Moscow seminar, 1161

statement, 1273

60th anniversary, 403, 406, 808, 1306

65th anniversary, 425 “African Communist”, 10th

anniversary of, 359

aims of, 1319

analysis of political situation by, 972, 974, 1411

ANC 2nd Consultative Conference, message to, 422

ANC, relations with, 277, 317, 426,

822, 1067, 1117, 1239

Angola, support for, 384

Britain, CP of, meeting with, 207 Central Committee plenary meeting

report, 1278

Central Committee statement, 1250, 1251, 1255, 1261, 1269

current situation, resolution on

(September 1980), 1305 Dadoo, Dr Yusuf, message from, 231 draft programme, 1524

elections of new officials, 428 Ethiopian Workers' Party, message to

founding congress of, 298 film about, 572

and First, Ruth, 973

and French Communist Party, 478 history of, 239, 704, 705, 706, 707,

708, 909, 1404


“Inkululeko/Freedom”, publication of, 381

International resolution, criticism of, 750

and Luthuli, Chief Albert, 277 and Marks, J.B., 1238

MPLA Workers' Party, message to 2nd Congress of, 80

photographs of some leaders, 1272 Portugal, CP of, meeting with, 1121 profiles of leaders, 1218, 1219

programme, 1249

propaganda in South Africa, 418 role of, 822, 1226, 1533

65th anniversary analysis, 1067, 1239

and Mabhida, Moses, 1217 Slovo, Joe, 429

elected as Chairman, 1408 and SWAPO, 430

text of illegal journal “Freedom” on Russian Revolution, 474

“The Road to South African Freedom” evaluated, 822

and Umkhonto we Sizwe, 1412 Umsebenzi, 421

underground activity, 1201, 1320, 1328 and unity with all classes, 828

and USA anti-Communism, 277 Vietnam, tribute by, 1452

“Why I joined”, 7, 128, 147, 489, 587,

841, 936, 940, 958, 1138,

1142, 1367, 1484, 1512, 1532

“Why I joined” (“As a woman, my

place is in the Party”), 1156 “Why I Like Communists and their

Ideas”, 473 “Why I want to join”, 97

South African Congress of Trade Unions 15th anniversary, 361

25th anniversary, 399, 654

30th anniversary, 1050

demands by, 883

expulsions of “Marxist Tendency”

from, 1058

history of, 455, 805

May Day centenary message, 1001 reply to dissidents, 1145

role of, 885, 1050


South African Council of Churches (SACC)

united front with, 269, 1346

South African defence forces and security establishment, 524

South African Domestic Workers' Association, 55

South African Domestic Workers' Union, 1054

South African Indian Congress history during 1940's, 66

South African Indian Council elections boycotted, 407

South African Railway and Harbour Workers' Union, 1054

strike against South African Transport Services, 576

South African Students' Organisation, 261 trial of activists, 385

South African Transport Services strike, 1054

South African Youth Congress, 480 launch of, and policies, 576 role of, 269, 1346

Southern Africa

armed struggle in, 1263 confrontation in, 349

drought, water, and politics, 1528 economic independence, 1174

events in, 334, 373

imperialism in, 392, 394, 395, 852,

1332

literature, 609, 610 problems of the region, 626 revolutions in, 161, 245

sociology, 1384

and USA, 388, 538, 1113

war in, 352

Southern African Development Bank, 863 Southern African Development

Coordination Council (SADCC), 292

Southern and tropical Africa

Communist and Workers' Parties' call for freedom etc., 203

South West African Confederation of Labour and affiliates, 900

South West Africa Peoples' Organisation, 379, 381, 430, 900


South West Africa: see Namibia

South West Africa Territory Force, 900 Soviet Union, 990, 1105, 1245

19th Conference of the CPSU (1988), 159

22nd Congress of the CPSU, 329 27th Congress of the CPSU, 423 and Afghanistan, 433

and Africa, 68, 80, 1364

and ANC, 84

Angola, agreement with, 388 and Brezhnev, L., 134 Chernobyl, 425

and Common Fund for Commodities, 87

and Falklands/Malvinas War, 409 food production in, 414

history, new view of, 432 human rights, 183, 276 and Indian Ocean, 916

international policies of, 170 national question in, 139, 511, 1230 nuclear testing moratorium, 424 October Revolution

50th anniversary, 349, 1119, 1120

60th anniversary, 391, 637, 1230

70th anniversary, 429, 430, 1118

and colonialism, 1118 Gorbachev's 70th anniversary

speech, 432

South African reactions, 1017 peace policies, 405, 412

USA, treaty with, 411, 432

perestroika and glasnost, 159, 429, 786,

788, 789, 835

psychiatry in, 95

and “Star Wars”, 523

USA, relations with, 405, 411, 1115

World War II role, 638, 639, 645

Soweto, 517

Soweto uprising (1976), 387, 552, 620,

1016, 1177

history of, 140

SACP Report, 1299

workers and trade unions in, 1043 "Spanish” Sahara, 670

Sport

racism in, 190, 362 Sri Lanka


Communist Party in, 1114 "Staffrider”, 482

"Star Wars”, 523, 1148 State of Emergency, 422

economic implications of, 866 SACP statement on, 1324

Stone, Oliver

Platoon, 787, 788

Strikes and stay-aways: see under South Africa

Students

White, in South Africa, 59

Student unrest and the student movement, 1196

Study Project for Christians in Apartheid Society, 377, 1459

Study series

ideas in history, 302

Marxism, 594, 595, 596, 597, 598

social change, 301

Sudan, 358, 503, 580, 670, 674, 937, 1035,

1038

19 July Movement (anniversary

statement by Sudanese CP)., 1351

analysis of situation by Sudanese CP, and proposals, 677

“Charter of the Allied National Forces for National Salvation”, 1072

Communist Party, 85, 116, 345

repression of, 849 coup in, aftermath of, 71 fighting in, origins of, 493 Gassim Amin, continued

imprisonment of, 1468

Nimeiri regime in, 74, 85, 296, 299

revolution of 19 July 1971; crushing by foreign intervention and internal reaction, 446

SACP statement, 1276 Sudan, Southern

background to crisis in, 1352 "Sullivan Principles”, 1170 Suttner, Raymond

trial of, 1356

Swaziland, 332, 1033, 1400, 1526

history, politics, and sociology of, 250 independance, 355


situation in, 812

and South Africa, 812 trade unions in, 812

T

Talking to the ANC (SA Government pamphlet), 426

Tamana, Dora

death of, 415 Tambo, Oliver Reginald

70th birthday of, 786

ANC Youth League, role in, 976 Tanganyika, 329

trade unions in, 338 Tan-Zam railway, 364

Tanzania, 670, 1080, 1190

Arusha Declaration, 1397

elections, 665

expulsion of Lonhro, 1469 Five Year Plans, 664 Nyerere, Julius, 669

People's Army for Socialism, 671 Press, 361

Second Five Year Plan, 993 socialism, 672

South Africa and Latin America,

solidarity with, 1466

Uganda, relations with, 1432, 1471

ujamaa villages, 1337

Teachers' League of South Africa, 261 Terrorism, 28

South African, 16, 404, 411, 433 Thatcher, Margaret

sanctions policy of, 867

Theological Rationale and a Call to Prayer for the End to Unjust Rule, A, 681, 896

Theology

and revolution, 681, 896

"Third World”, 543, 601, 1358 and capitalism and oil, 377

Timol, Ahmed, 368, 634 Tiro, Abraham

murder of, 377 Tloome, Dan

profile on election as Chairman, SACP, 428

Togo


relations with various States, 83 situation in, 83

Tokoloho, 336

Torture, 28, 113, 155, 411, 774

resisting on interrogation, 746, 748 "Total War Strategy”, 1207

collapse of, 267

security forces, 524

Trade Union Congress (British) mission to South Africa, 1458 role of, in South Africa, 256

Trade Union Council of South Africa, 127, 1455

policies and dissolution of, 1055 servility of, 353

Trade Unions, 886

All-African Federation of, 693, 1099

and apartheid, 123, 124

class struggle, 1226

and Coloured people, 261 emergency, effects of, 1053 and FOSATU, 1405

growth of, in South Africa, 826 ideological struggle in, 773 inter-racial aspects, 1056

legislation regulating, 1056 and May Day, 1001 militancy of, 36, 1479

non-racial, 887

and political emancipation, 257, 1402

role of, 1479

expulsion of dissidents, 1145 and SACP, 1405

strikes and stay-aways

see under South Africa ultra-Leftism in, 1479

unity, need for, 887, 1049, 1052, 1054,

1056, 1479

Transitional Government of National Unity, 900

Transkei, 105, 1396

“independence” of, 384, 387, 388,

1461

5th anniversary, 992 resistance of people to “separate

development”, 904 review of situation in, 992

South Africa, relations with, 394, 855

Transnational corporations, 27


Transvaal Indian Congress decision to revive, 1057

Xuma-Naicker-Dadoo Pact, 431 Transvaal Regional Stay-Away Committee,

420, 1051

Treason

and ANC, 411 Trotsky, Leon

policies of, 279

Tshombe, Moise, 339 Lumumba, murder of, 80

Tunisia

Communist Party

7th Congress, 1416

9th Congress, 87

ban on, 334

situation in, 939 Tutu, Bishop Desmond

anti-Communism of, 420 "Two-nation” theory

and imperialism, 769, 771

U

Uganda, 506, 673, 674, 1080

Amin, Idi, 65

“Charter for the Common Man”, 669 and imperialism, 893

revolution, 979 Israelis, expulsion of, 849

race and class problems, 844 socialism, 669

Tanzania, relations with, 1432, 1471 Ulbricht, Walter

death of (comment by “African

Communist”), 12 Umkhonto we Sizwe, 527

10th anniversary, 312

25th anniversary, 1412 increase in attacks by, 424 novel about, 115

role of, 163, 407, 962, 972, 974, 1411,

1412

Shadrick Maphumulo (“Matthew”), tribute to, 449

“Soft” and “Hard” targets, 422 Umsebenzi, 421

UNCTAD (Sixth Conference, Manila 1979), 1174


Underground work problems of, 1320

Union of Central African States, 585 Union of Southern African Artists, 1152 UNITA, 174, 1181

policies of, 1061

South African support for, and

Nkomati Accord, 1018

United Arab Republic, 148, 928 United Democratic Front

3rd national Congress, 576 formation and policies of, 978 and Inkatha, 947

National Forum, differences with,

1057

repression and activities of, 1329 role of, 269, 1346

and trade unions, 827 violence against, 432

United front

ANC position on, 1067 need to build, 269, 1346 SACP position on, 1239

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO)

Press survey by, 416

United Nations Organisation, 336, 1393 and China, People's Republic of, 368 and Congo, 327

and Namibia, 504, 1136

Resolution 435, 900

United Nations Organisation Programme of Action for African Economic Recovery 1986-1999, 82

and sanctions, 333

and South African trade unions, 883 United Nations Special Committee on

Apartheid

statement by Mary Benson

(document), 109

(document), 1433

United Party, 374

United States of America AFL, 468

and Africa, 405, 1097, 1113, 1208,

1241

subversion of trade unions in, 1046

and African-American Labour Centre,


ANC


1042, 1041


October 1986), 427

re-election of, 419


terrorist attacks on, by USA, 406 and Angola, 416, 932

and apartheid, 389

and apartheid colonialism, 1209 and Chad, 1227

and China, implications in Vietnam and Kampuchea, 119

CIA, 31, 873

class and race in, 253

and Common Fund for Commodities, 87

Communist Party of, 1180, 1497, 1498 “Black Liberation Journal”, 386

and Cuba, 173

destablisation by, 406

economic problems of, and international implications, 869

and Egypt, 72

espionage by, 362

and Grenada, 173, 416 and human rights, 520 and Israel, 1390

I.W.W. - the “Wobblies”, 262 Korean airplane incident (31 August

1983), 1454

and Liberia, 82, 295

and Libya, 83 Lumumba, Patrice

CIA complicity in the death of, 1464

Marx centenary conference (March 1983), 414, 810

military-industrial complex in, 1208 Monroe doctrine, 419

and Morocco, 291, 298

and Namibia, 1116 Negroes

role of, in Africa, 1069

role of, in foreign policy, 796, 797 Negro oppression in, 336, 703

and O.A.U., 290

and peace, 403, 412

and Poland, 408

racism in, 335, 1101, 1106 Reagan, President Ronald

meeting with General Secretary Gorbachov (Reykjavik,


USSR, policies towards, 1115 self-determination in, right to, 788 Senate Sub-Committee on Security

and Terrorism

ANC & SWAPO “investigated” by, 409, 575

and South Africa, 235, 365, 368, 422,

575, 1111, 1117

CPUSA statement, 1499

education in, 480 trade unions in, 1048

and Southern Africa, 388, 538 multinational corporations in,

1175

“Star Wars”, 523, 1148

“Sullivan Principles”, 1170

and USSR, 401, 405, 1115

nuclear testing moratorium, 424 peace treaty, 432

trade with, 411

Vietnam war, racist policies in, 1348 warlike policies of, 405, 415, 575,

1317

and Western Sahara, 291

United Workers' Union of South Africa (UWUSA), 1054

COSATU affiliates, relations with and attacks on, 1055

Inkatha and, 1055

origins and policies of, 1055, 1056 Unity

need for, 774 Upper Volta

situation in, 294

UWUSA: see United Workers' Union of South Africa

V

Verkramptes, 818

Verligtes, 818

Verwoerd, Henrick Frensch, 330, 332, 348,

548, 550

anti-communism, 89

Verwoerd, Verwoerd They Cry (poem), 550

Vieira, Major Joano Bernardo, 1478


Vietnam, 119, 342, 346, 349, 370, 658,

1253, 1453

Ho Chi Minh, 359 People's War in, 360, 1344

tribute at end of, 225

political programme of the NLF, 982 resolution by SACP, 1260

revolution in, analysis of CP's policies, 1447

SACP and ANC, tribute to, 1452 “The Burning Question”, 353 victory in, importance of, 382 war in, 1348

tribute at end of, 1281

Workers' Party Congress, SACP Report, 1298

Vigilantes, 432

Vorster, Johannes Balthazar, 348, 368, 1005 "Vukani/Awake”

first publication of, 381

W

Wallace-Johnson, 98

War

danger of, from regional conflicts, 1330 liberation, legitimacy of, 1434

"War of the Gun” centenary of, 485

Water, 1528

Weinberg, Eli

death of, 406 West Africa

neo-colonialism, 1166 Western Sahara

developments and problems, 1471 independence struggle in, 81

and OAU, 996

and Polisario, 1466

Polisario's international prestige, 1478 White South Africans: see South Africa,

Whites

"Wiehahn” Report, 259, 826, 1045, 1047

implications of, 1044 Wilson, Harold

Government policies (and see Labour Party (Britain)), 320

Winston, Henry, 1180

Witwatersrand

history of, 1446

Woddis, Jack

obituary, 403

Wollheim, Oscar, 261 Wolton, Douglas

obituary, 56 Women

emancipation of, 249, 813 Women, Black

and slavery, 251

Women's movement, 255

"Workerism”, 827, 1000, 1058, 1410

Workers' control, 1410

World Assembly for Peace and Life Against Nuclear War (Prague, June 1983), 76

World Communist Conference, 358 World Congress of Psychiatry (Honolulu,

1977), 95

World Council of Churches, 901 "World Marxist Review”, 355, 375

publication in Nigeria, 1430

World Parliament of the Peoples for Peace (Sofia, 23-27 September, 1980),

821

World War I

and South Africa, 1108 World War II

30th anniversary of defeat of Nazis, 442

role of the USSR, 638

X

X, Malcolm, 1518

Xuma-Naicker-Dadoo Pact, 431

Y

Year of the Women (1984), 952 Yengwa, M.B.

obituary, 430 Youth Festival

11th - Cuba, July 1978, 265

12th - Moscow, July 1986, 778

Z

Zaire, 850, 1182

Angola, hostilities with, 1470 expatriates in, 1474

foreign intervention in, statement on by SACP and other CP's, 391

French insult to, 1469 and Israel, 291 Lumumba, murder of, 80 and Namibia, 291

proletarianization and class struggle in, 825

Shaba uprising against Mobutu, 676 and West Germany, secret agreement

with, 1466

Zambia, 340, 358, 359, 368, 585, 586, 673, 674, 848

agriculture in, 561

class struggle, 825, 968 economic blackmail of, 1468

mineral resources, British and South African interests and liberation, 845

One-Party state, 849

summit of Southern African states, 1476

Willy Brandt, visit by, 1467 Zanzibar, 337

Zimbabwe (Rhodesia), 1491

class struggle in, 751, 984, 987 Geneva conference and aftermath, 389 guerrilla and political struggle, 898,

899, 934, 935, 1137, 1338

Lancaster House talks and situation in, 400

Patriotic Front, support for, 1224 Pearce Commission, 369, 370

situation in, 745

struggle in, 761, 1039

and USSR, 80

Zimbabwe (Rhodesia): see also Rhodesia (Zimbabwe)

Zimbabwe Ruins: see Great Zimbabwe Zionism

and Afrikaner Nationalism, 107 and apartheid, 433

and Israel's future, 106 menace of, 357

Zulu people

and Buthelezi, 947

history, 800

literature, 651

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