South Africa Now - Show #311

by Globalvision
New York, New York, United States Undated, about July 19, 1989
Duration: 30:42
0:05 - Former US Attorney General Ramsey Clark; 0:43 - This week South Africa Now presents these stories; 1:28 - All these stories and more this week on South Africa Now with Fana Kekana and Carolyn Craven; 1:36 - Meeting imprisoned African National Congress (ANC) leader Nelson Mandela and P.W. Botha reported by Stuart Sender:  interviews with political analyst Tom Lodge,  ANC UN Representative Tebogo Mafole and economist David Hauk, video of South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) television, discusses negotiations, international pressure, British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, sanctions, F.W. de Klerk, the National Party, economic pressures, employment, jobs, apartheid; 5:49 - Angola ceasefire reported by Angolan-based journalist Geri Augusto: interview of Angolan Ambassador to the United Nations Manuel Pacavira, discusses Jonas Savimbi, UNIA, destabilization, power lines, President Mobutu, José Eduardo dos Santos, Zaire, peace, war; 8:46 - Namibia Watch with Joseph Diescho: interview of Dirk Mudge of the Democratic Turnhalle Alliance (DTA) and John Hammock of Oxfam America, discusses SWAPO, Koevoet, the SADF (South African Defence Force), voter registration, free and fair elections, United Nations Secretary General Perez de Cuellar, Casspirs, UN Resolution 435; 10:50 - Links between South Africa and the religious right reported by Eric Nadler: interviews of Rev. David Thebahali of Faithway Bible Church, David Crane of People For The American Way, Paul Virts of the Christian Broadcasting Network, Rev. Ray McCauley of Rhema Bible Church and Kaffir Boy author Mark Mathabane, video of the National Religious Broadcasters Convention, excerpts of a South Africa Tourist Corp. film and Jerry Falwell debating Jesse Jackson on Nightline, discusses P.W. Botha, the anti-apartheid movement, the tourist dollar, the South African Tourist Board, sanctions, violence, American evangelists, Oliver Tambo, civil rights, Pat Robertson, the Krugerrand; 17:29 - Culture reported by Mweli Mzizi; 17:35 - Lethal Weapon 2: interview of film critic for The Nation and The Village Voice Stuart Klawans, excerpt of the movie Lethal Weapon 2 courtesy of Warner Brothers, discusses Mel Gibson, Danny Glover, LA cops; 19:12 -  Profile of Hugh Masekela: interview of musician Hugh Masekela, video Hugh Masekela and Miriam Makeba performing at an awards dinner for Robert Mugabe courtesy of The Hunger Project, discusses jazz, human rights, township music, mbaqanga [David Hauk is presumably David Hauck.]

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