Report of a delegation sent by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Robert Runcie. at the request of James Kauluma, Bishop of Namibia, supported by the Metropolitan of the Church of Southern Africa from 12-26 October 1983.
Report of a six person delegation consisting of: The Most Reverend John Watanabe, Primate of Japan; The Right Reverend Edmond Lee Browning, Bishop of Hawaii; The Right Reverend James Thompson, Bishop of Stepney; Mr. Terry Waite, the Archbishop of Canterbury's Assistant for Anglican Communion Affairs; The Reverend Charles A. Cesaretti, Public Issues Officer, The Episcopal Church in the U.S.A.; The Reverend Winston Ndungane, Provincial Liaison Office, Church of the Province of Southern Africa.
"The purpose of sending an Anglican Communion delegation as announced by the Archbishop of Canterbury was threefold: First, it was to pay a pastoral visit to the Anglican Church in Namibia and also to meet with Christians of other denominations; Secondly, it was to meet with a wide cross-section of the population -- to look, learn and listen; Thirdly, it was to report both to the Archbishop of Canterbury and to the Archbishop of Cape Town". -- Intro.
Contents: Half-title page -- The Delegation -- Introduction -- Namibia: A Brief History -- What We Heard -- Conclusions of the Delegation -- Recommendations -- Appendix : St. Mary's Mission Diocesan Seminary Building Blown Up at Obido dated 24 June 1981, Ovamboland / H. Kauluma -- Appendix : Resolution 435 (1978) -- Appendix : Statement by the Evangelical Lutheran Ovambokavango Church and Evangelical Lutheran Church in South West Africa (Rheinish Mission) on the 10th Anniversary of the Open Letter to the Prime Minister of South Africa Mr. B.J. Vorster on 30 June 1971 -- Appendix : Letter to The Times of Friday, 20 January 1984 from the Bishop of Namibia [James Kauluma] and the Dean of Windhoek [David Bruno] -- Chronology.