NUSAS

AcronymDefinition
NUSASNational Union of South African Students (est. 1924)
NUSASNasionale Unie van Suid-Afrikaanse Studente (National Union of South African Students)
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However, shortly afterwards, John accepted an invitation to become an African editor of the independent radical publishing house, Zed Books, whose guiding spirit was Rob Molteno, one of his former colleagues in NUSAS.
The arrest in July 1964 of a number of recent leading figures in NUSAS (Adrian Leftwich, Hugh Lewin, John Lloyd, Stephanie Kemp, David de Keller, Selina Molteno, Lynette van der Riet and others) on charges of sabotage for their activities in the African Resistance Movement (ARM) triggered a barrage of National Party vitriol and efforts by government-funded conservative student groupings on the English-language campuses to get them to disaffiliate from NUSAS.
We were successive presidents of the Durban SRC, served on the NUSAS executive, attended Harvard together, wandered with shoulder-length hair and bell-bottom pants from Canada to the jungles of Guatemala, studied at the same Oxford College, lived in New York City for many years, and spent our working lives in the publishing industry.