Prospects for 1982
Slabbert, F. van Zyl (Frederik van Zyl), 1940-2010
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Most important political development during  was the impact and outcome of the General Election; other developments were the growth of the black labour movement, the revival of the Namibian settlement process and the heavy blow that the NRP suffered as a result of the General Election; for 1982, he has hopes for real and effective reform, an internationally acceptable settlement in Namibia, a strong stand from the Government on the “so-called right-wing threat”, a split in the NRP that will assist the PFP to become the Official Opposition in Natal. Peter Mann from Sunday Tribune sends three questions they intend putting to the opposition parties; replies will be published as the basis of a leader page spread. Questions and answers for leader page article are attached.