On front cover: "Colin O'Brien Winter, Bishop in Exile".
"'Namibia' is an Anglican bishop's searing account of racial oppression in South West Africa [Namibia] and of his struggle to minister to the needs of his diocese there in the face of apartheid. [Bishop Winter] has for thirteen years been intensely involved in the church in Namibia as Bishop of the Diocese of Damaraland [now Namibia]". -- back cover.
Contents: The Removal of Undesirables -- Diocese in a Desert -- Into Africa -- A Bishop and Apartheid -- Windhoek: The Whites -- Windhoek: Old Location -- Windhoek: Coloured Community -- Community of Simon the Zealot -- The Bite of the Snake -- The Contract Labour System -- A Time to Listen -- Strike -- Bloody Sunday -- Trial -- Judge Booth -- Violence and Nonviolence -- The Birth of a Nation -- Profit or People ? -- The Cost of Discipleship -- The Yearning for Home -- Epilogue -- Appendix: Statement of Toivo Herman ja Toivo.