By Norm Dixon JOHANNESBURG — The African National Congress has called on the National Party government and its leader, F.W. de Klerk, to come clean about its knowledge of the criminal political activities planned and committed by the most
Starcke: 'Historic alliance' By Nick Everett BRISBANE — One hundred and twenty people attended a March 21 meeting here organised by the Wilderness Society to protest against the proposal by the Goss government to establish a 10,000
Day of action on unemployment The radical youth organisation Resistance has initiated a petition calling for a national day of action in protest at the federal government's failure to seriously address the unemployment crisis. Following is the
By Renfrey Clarke MOSCOW — Years ago, it would have been sensational news. The Russian state authorities, President Boris Yeltsin announced on March 9, would not import grain in 1994. The country, he explained, had sufficient reserves to last
People and Places: The Global Family — The hippo was almost hunted to extinction during the '50s and '60s. Today it is protected and numbers are on the increase, yet it still faces many new environmental problems. SBS, Tuesday, April 5, 6pm.
By Tom Kelly One anomaly of the new trade regime is that it appears to allow the sale of contaminated meat in Australia. The March 24 Financial Review reported that meat from 452 quarters of beef which had been rejected for human consumption by
By Sean Healey Greens (WA) Senators Dee Margetts and Christabel Chamarette released their submission on the 1994-95 federal budget on March 22. In their initial response to the government's Draft Fiscal Framework, the WA Greens said that
By Peter Lord ADELAIDE — Dean Brown's Liberal government celebrated 100 days in office in South Australia with the minister for correctional services, Wayne Matthew, launching an attack on those in society least able to effectively fight back
By Norm Dixon JOHANNESBURG — The hated military leader of the Ciskei bantustan, Brigadier Oupa Gqozo has been toppled by a revolt by Ciskei public servants and police. Gqozo is better known here as the "Butcher of Bisho', after his troops
A meeting of reactionary minds By Frank Noakes "Vote against social engineering. Vote for democracy. Vote 1 for Australians Against Further Immigration", the ALP's Graeme Campbell urged electors in the Mackellar and Warringah by-elections.