Searchlight South Africa: a Marxist journal of South African Studies (1988-1993) was founded by Baruch Hirson and published in London. Written by Hirson and other exiles, the journal focused on the political situation of the South African economy as well as the role of the working class and the liberation struggle. It exposed some of the atrocities committed by the ANC.
Murder Most Horrible
Against the Current, No. 45, July/August 1993