TCLSACToronto Committee for the Liberation of Southern Africa (Toronto, Canada)
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As TCLSAC's John Saul puts it, there were some "whose line was basically 'let's get rid of these whites,' and then others would say 'and their capitalist masters,' but not everyone would say that." The mainstreaming of the movement in the 1980s produced a variety of political tensions between socialists, liberals, and those government and business interests who began to see apartheid as a problem for global capitalism.
From its early days TCLSAC was rooted in politics that melded decolonization, particularly experiments in African socialism, with politics of the New Left.
I contacted the Toronto Committee for the Liberation of South African Colonies (TCLSAC) and got the number of a member who had returned to South Africa.