The March issue again focused on the Sharpeville Six, calling on Prime Minister Thatcher to intervene personally with President Botha. The newspaper hailed the defeat of South Africa’s armed forces in the battle for Cuito Cuanavale in southern Angola. It focused on the role of the frontline states of the Southern African region and outlined plans for the AAM’s March Month of Solidarity Action. AA News exposed the myth of ‘black on black’ violence within South Africa, arguing that so-called tribal attacks in KwaZulu Natal were initiated by undercover provocateurs. It advertised a meeting on ‘Children, Apartheid and Repression’, planned as a follow-up to the conference on children in South Africa held in Harare in 1987.