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The foreign relations of South Africa's provinces

"South Africa's democratic Constitution has given birth to nine provinces, all of which from the outset began entering into various kinds of foreign relations. This essay examines the international activities of the provinces. The report includes...

Malawi: The erratic pulse of the warm heart of Africa

"Malawi after President Banda's rule is challenged with democratic reform, economic development and growth. This report discusses the numerous problems in the transition of a country that is landlocked, in debt and highly illiterate with low level...

South Africa's role in Africa

South Africa’s position in Africa cannot be properly assessed without an overall view of the composition of the Republic’s population. The relations between the various communities will have a crucial effect on relations with the rest of Africa. I...

General Smuts and South African diplomacy

This paper discusses "The three aspects of General Smuts policy, but to emphasise in each its particular relevance to South Africa. They have the advantage of constituting a rough chronological sequence, they are inevitably inter-related, and th...

Détente in Southern Africa: Two views

Two views are explored in this report. In the first paper an evaluation of détente is explored. The first point has to do with the contrast between the international responses, on the one hand to South Africa, and on the other to inequality and th...

The development of Africa and the role of outside powers

"If today we focus our attention on our continent and its relations with foreign powers we must ask ourselves several questions - questions which demand our serious attention. Colonial powers launched African independence in the early sixties with...

Zambia moves into the forefront of the Rhodesian conflict

This paper has as its theme the struggle for independence in Rhodesia. The process to gain independence was not an easy one as sanctions had an adverse effect on the development of Rhodesia. The refusal of the United Nations to talk to the illegal...

SAIIA Southern Africa Record no 40

This Southern Africa Record contains the following texts: •South Africa, Namibia and Angola: Interview of Major General G.L. Meiring by Dr Simon Baynham UCT. •Zimbabwe and Namibia: Message from acting Prime Minister Simon Muzenda to SWAPO Pr...

SAIIA Newsletter vol. 7, no. 3, 1975

This newsletter contains five articles by various authors. Denis Worrall’s article discusses South Africa and détente, starting with the post-World War II period and discussing the outward policy of the sixties, the first dialogue movement, the co...

Welfare and Regional Integration Agreements: Lessons for Africa

In the developing world, regional integration is frequently seen as an opportunity to promote development. However, historical facts and economic literature remind us that the success of economic integration is not always guaranteed, and numerous...

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