nam25. ‘Hands off Namibian Uranium!’
Between 1977 and 1985 half of Britain’s uranium imports came from the Rossing mine in Namibia. RTZ operated the mine in defiance of UN resolutions declaring South African rule illegal. This leaflet called attention to the British government’s implicit admission that Namibian uranium was used in its nuclear weapons programme. It was distributed in the 1987 Week of Action on Namibia organised by the AAM and the Namibia Support Committee.
|Anti-Apartheid Movement and Campaign Against the Namibian Uranium Contract
|AA Archives Committee
|AAM Archive, Bodleian Library