Staffrider Vol.3 No.3 Sep-Oct 1980

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Contents and Contributors

Poetry: Mafika Gwala, Nkos'omzi Ngcukana, Ellinor Joosten, Roy Joseph Cotton, Mogambery Isaac, benjlanga,  Chirwa P. Chipeya, Morena King Monarc, Ed Wilmsen, Lionel Abrahams, Zulekha Dinath, Haroon Mohamed. Lindiwe Mvemve, Landi kaThemba. Columns and Features: VOICES FROM THE GHETTO Mr. Petrus Xaba, Alexandra pensioner by Eddie Nhlane, STAFFRIDER REVIEWS Exhibition: East Rand Black Artists by Andy Mason. STAFFRIDER PROFILE Katlehong Artists, Malopoets. DRAMA SECTION: Theatre of the Dispossessed: James Mthoba and Joe Rahube by Matsemela Manaka. TRUTH AND CENSORSHIP Another Glimpse of Slavery by a lawyer. STAFFRIDERS SPEAKING A New Day by Thami Mnyele, Dilemmas of a Writers Group by Mogorosi Motshumi, THE EARLY YEARS Es'kia Mphahlele and Noel Manganyi, WOMAN WRITERS SPEAK Amelia House, Lindiwe Mvemve, Stories The Music of the Violin by Njabulo Ndebele  Societa Secreta Subversa by Duncan Foster. Some Kinds of Wounds by Charles Mungoshi, Jazz by Peter Wilhelm, The Diary of Maria Tholo by Carol Hermer, The Betrayal by Mtutuzeli Matshoba, Groups MPUMALANGA ARTS, Hammarsdale, KHAULEZA, Alexandra, MANGALISO CREATIVE SOCIETY, Swaziland ... . MEDU ART ENSEMBLE, Botswana, MALIMU, Bloemfontein. Gallery/ Graphics: Garth Erasmus, Inside front cover. Ralph Ndawo, David Goldbladt, Mpikayipheli, W. Sol Mafa, N.D. Mazin,  Goodman Mabote,  Bhekisani Manyoni, Napo Mokoena, Moss Petlo, Gamakhulu Diniso, Farouk Stemmet, Mzwakhe, Thami Mnyele Nils Burwitz. Photographs: Thabo Serote, Ralph Ndawo,  Rose Shakanovsky, Paul Weinberg , Judas Ngwenya, Landi ka Themba. CHILDREN'S SECTION The Dustbin Baby by Landi kaThemba Molo Songololo — Two Tales by Lloyd Zarry and Barisha Karlie .  Cover Photographs: Front: Ralph Ndawo Back: Paul Weinberg

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