AA News February 1966
This issue marked the first anniversary of the launch of AA News by setting out the AAM’s aims for 1966: to impose the same sanctions on apartheid South Africa that it was proposing against the Smith regime in Rhodesia. It highlighted the two conferences it was sponsoring in February and March 1966 – against the ‘unholy alliance’ between South Africa, Rhodesia and Portugal, as the colonial power in Angola and Mozambique, and on Namibia. It featured the academic boycott of South African and reported on the launch of the UK-South Africa Trade Association. It also carried an article on the strengthening of economic ties between France and South Africa under the government of General de Gaulle.
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