AA News July-August 1981
This issue highlighted growing resistance against apartheid within South Africa and reported on the Paris conference on sanctions organised by the UN and the OAU. In an interview, ANC representative Ruth Mompati talked about the history of South African Women’s Day, 9 August. The newspaper examined the role of the British churches in opposing apartheid, and reported on the decision by the British Medical Association to oppose South Africa’s application to rejoin the World Medical Association. It highlighted strikes by black South African workers at two British-owned companies, British Leyland and Wilson Rowntree.
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