AA News April 1967
In a report on the AAM’s ‘The Crisis in Southern Africa’ conference, this issue highlighted the sense of betrayal felt by anti-apartheid campaigners at the Labour Government’s policies on Southern Africa. It profiled ‘four centuries of exploitation’ by Portugal’s colonial regime in Angola and exposed the farce of ‘partial self-government’ given by the South African Government to Ovamboland in the north of Namibia. It also reported on a set back for South Africa’s attempts to counter the growing international sporting boycott, when Tunisia and Morocco withdrew from the International Cross-Country Championships to be held in South Wales in protest against South African participation.
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