JPRS Report. Africa. (Sub-Sahara) [electronic resource].
- [Arlington Va.] : [publisher not identified], 1988.
- Physical Description:
- 104 pages : tables
- Secret Negotiation of Weapons Purchase From Brazil Reported by Roberto Lopes -- Italian Group Buys 10 Percent of Cabinda Oil Deposits -- Kgosi Linchwe Interviewed on Resignation by Eddie [Illegible] -- Koma Launches Election Campaign by Aldrin Seretse -- National Registration Hits Snag by Nicholas Sebolao -- Reserves Needed for Contingencies -- Tax Proposals Outlined -- Recurrent and Development Budgets Itemized -- Efforts To Boost Employment To Continue -- Budget Challenges Outlined -- 21 Foreign Pilots Trained -- Agriculture in Resettlement Areas Discussed -- PRC Donates Office Equipment to Education Ministry -- Plans for Buffer Zone With Uganda Under Way by Warambo Owino -- Organization Assists Dissidents To Flee by William Onyango -- University Attempts To Curb Radicalism -- Nomination Irregularities Alleged; One Result Nullified by Catherine Gicheru, Job Githinji, Tom Mshindi, Pius Nyamora -- More Food Aid Donated to Zambia -- Dissension Within Military Council Viewed -- Embassy in Moscow To Be Reopened by Massa A. Washington -- Repentant Muslim Sect Accused of Coup Plotting by T. Budu Kaisaj -- OPEX Denounced as Affront to Nation -- Lebanese Community Donation Speeds Roadworks -- FRG's Aid to Country Detailed -- WARDA Headquarters Transferred to Ivory Coast by Victoria Nyumah -- Green Revolution's Success Analyzed by J.N. Elliott -- Soviet Gift of Trucks, Radios -- Agriculture Minister Denies Risk of Famine -- Denmark Converts Loans to Grants -- India Cooperating in Radio Telescope Project -- Details of Renamo-RSA Connection Divulged -- Iranian Charge d'Affaires Announces Intention of Strengthening Relations -- Frelimo Representative on Internal Situation by Jose Luis Cabaco -- Lack of Rain Presages Tete Province Disaster by Sauzande Jeque -- Displaced Persons Arriving in Gondola Number Between 200-300 Per Day -- 32,000 Displaced People Start Agricultural Activities -- Foreign Organizations Assist Displaced People in Zambezia by Antonio Mafuiane -- Lack of Transportation in Chokwe Hampers Food Distribution From Zimbabwe by Bonga Khombo -- British Organization Donates Trucks To Transport Emergency Supplies -- Pemba Benefits From Cooperation With Italian District by Rogerio Sitoe -- New Nampula Governor Arrives -- Hiemstra Calls on South Africa To Leave, Allow Elections -- Cabinet Votes Not To Disband Assembly, Opposes Elections -- Republican Party Leader Urges Voters To Spoil Ballot -- Mudge Says Teachers, Students Used To Register Voters -- Nanso, SWAPO Deny Circulating Smear Pamphlets by Gwen Lister -- Kalangula Seeks Inquiry by Gwen Lister -- Columnist Urges Caution by Gwen Lister -- Editorial Condemns Bombing -- Committee Poses Questions -- Babangida Curbs Power of Senior Civil Servants, Empowers Ministers -- Cultural Cooperation With USSR -- Balance of Payments Deficit Down -- Quarterly Budget Surplus Reduces Debt -- Inflation Rate 2.6 Percent in 1987 -- Support Structures for Exiles in Lusaka -- ANC Monitors Weddings -- Fear of Armed Attacks Constant -- College Educates Future Professionals -- ANC Attempts To Chart Future Course of Action -- Van Der Merwe Discusses Policy Toward Opposition by South African Minister of Information Christoffel van der Merwe -- CP Viewed as Under AWB Stranglehold by Dawie -- Swapo Says New Ciskei Airplane Could Have Military Uses -- 80 Organizations Threatened by Government's Foreign Funding Cutoff Bill by Roger Smith -- Constituencies Numbered Nationwide -- Venda Cabinet Reshuffled -- Umsa President Gives Conditions for Negotiations at Annual Meeting -- Umsa President Discusses Local Black Authorities by Umsa President Tom Boya -- SACC's Chikane on Political Role of Church by Rev Frank Chikane -- Race Institute Chief Speaks in FRG -- Gazankulu Leader Rejects Independence, National Council by Prof Hudson Nisanwisi. and Van Zyl Slabbert Discusses Role of Extra-Parliamentary Opposition by Dr Frederick van Zyl Slabbert -- SADF: Alleged Aid to Mozambican Rebels 'Blatant Propaganda' -- Taiwan Wants To Expand Trade -- Background Meetings -- Rebate in Duties on Turkish Imports -- Nafcoc Plans To Broaden Contacts Overseas -- Nafcoc's Molebatsi Discusses Future of Black Business -- Brain Drain Statistics -- Transkei's First Coal Mine To Go Into Operation Soon -- KNDC Attracts Investors by Mick Collins -- Privatization of Escom, Iscor Under Study -- Iscor Negotiating With Local Automobile Industry To Replace Imports -- Practical Considerations of Privatization Reviewed -- Engineering Research To Get Boost by Charles Parry -- Computer Group Announces Major Breakthrough in Local Manufacture by Matthew White -- Details of Project To Develop Black Areas in Natal, Kwazulu Divulged by Brian Stuart -- White-Owned Shopping Centers in Soweto Under Fire -- Property Sales in Western Cape Soar by Maggie Rowley -- Ethanol Production Recommended to Save Gasoline -- Quick-Set Concrete Helps Gold Mine Speed Up Development -- Government's New Labor Laws Seen as Hampering Labor Relations by Mike Siluma -- Medical Research Cooperation Planned With Chile -- Reporter Gives First-Hand Account of Factional Fighting in Maritzburg -- Pietermaritzburg Mayor Discusses Hope for Mediation in Faction Fighting -- Police Distribute Pamphlets Among Pietermaritzburg Population by Anil Singh -- Advancement of Black Executives Noted -- Business Booms at Black Publishing House -- Black Women Benefit From Amendment to Marital Bill by Helen Wishart -- Whites Urged To Join Cosatu -- New Farmworkers Union Launched by Len Maseko -- Durban's Poor Black Townships Encroaching on White Areas by Farook Khan -- KTC Squatter Camp Residents Welcome Police Presence -- Dobsonville Residents Evicted for Non-Payment of Rent by Nkopane Makobane -- Imbalance in Number of Black, White Schools Highlighted by Themba Molefe, Sapa -- New Method for Determining Semiconductor Quality -- New Cabinet Viewed -- Tensions on Zanzibar Analyzed -- UNITA Claims Border Control -- Rail Link to Mozambican Ports To Cost Country About K26 Million -- Kaunda Explains Availability of South African Goods -- Country's Economic Situation Viewed by Ken Vernon -- PRC Aids Financing of College Construction -- Agreement With Hungary To Increase Barter Deals -- Africa Institute Economist Reviews Country's Situation by Claire Robertson -- Sengwa Coal Project On Line by 1990 -- Crops Imperiled Due to Drought.
- Report Numbers:
- PREX 7.20/2:
- Document Date: 4/8/1988.
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