1990 Volume 12


Number 1

Note from the Editor
3

In Memoriam:
Robert Nestdale
4

Sir Roy Douglas Wright
4

AFSAAP Conference 1990: Call for Papers
5

Articles
The International Monetary Fund’s Structural Adjustment Programmes and African National Economies: Some notes on the “relevance”. Part 2 – Paul Omojo Omaji and Jacob Adentunji
6-14

Some observations about lawyering for the poor in a changing South Africa – Penelope E. Andrews
15-17

Insight into the negotiation process between the ANC and the South African government – Norman Etherington
18

Australia’s training assistance to Africa
19-20

About Books, Resource Materials and Research

Keneally, Thomas: Towards Asmara: An African novel – Roy Pateman
21

Inter-governmental group of Commonwealth Ministers, Banking on Apartheid; and Johnson, Phyllis & David Martin: Apartheid terrorism – Dave Cox
22-23

Sicherman, Carol & Ngugi wa Thiongo: A bibliography of primary and secondary sources 1957 -1987
24

Zell, Hans M. (ed): The African Studies Companion: A resource and guide directory – Peter Limb
25

Zegeye,  A. & S. Ishemo (eds): Forced labour and migration: Patterns of movement within Africa; and Randall M. Packard, White plague black labor: Tuberculosis and the political economy of the health and disease in South Africa – Peter Limb
26-28

Indian Ocean Studies at Curtin University of Technology: Update
29

Research on Middle Power foreign policies towards Southern Africa
30

Research on IMF and World Bank in Tanzania and Zambia
30

African Books Collective Ltd
31-32

Various Reports, Journals, Newsletters
33-35

News and Notes
36-48

AFSAAP 1990 conference
49


Number 2

Note from the Editor
1

AFSAAP Conference 1990: Report
2-5

Remembering the forgotten war: Eritrea in the world media – Greg Hunt
6-18

Eritrean journey – Roy Pateman
19-21

Water, walking eggs and heroes at Haru – an aid volunteer’s experience in Ethiopia – Bruce Rowse
22-24

Letter from Zimbabwe – Don Gobbett
25-27

About Books, Resource Materials and Research
Moss, Glenn & Ingris Obery (eds): South Africa: Contemporary analysis – Peter Limb
28-29

Poetry from Southern Africa: A short review – Peter Limb
30-31

Oyugi, Walter et al (eds): Democratic theory and practice in Africa – D. P. S. Ahluwalia
32

Tomaselli, K. et al (eds): The press in South Africa; and Tomaselli, K. et al (eds): Broadcasting in South Africa – Derek Overton
33-35

New reference and research works on Africa – Peter Limb
36-37

The Zimbabwe National Archive: A note to users – Jock McCulloch
38

Newsletters on South and Southern Africa
39-39

History in the making: Documents reflecting a changing South Africa
40

WACARE’s first publication
40

The OSSREA newsletter
40

African books by Mail
41

New Magazine: Viva! The anti-racism magazine
41

Books on Nigeria by Nigerians
41

News and Notes
42-52

AFSAAP News
53-56

Freedom From Hunger’s 30th anniversary conference
57