South Africa Now - Show #312

by Globalvision
New York, New York, United States July 25, 1989
Duration: 25:52
0:16 - Corey Glover and Vernon Reid of Living Color; 0:50 - This week South Africa Now presents these stories; 1:47 - Hosts Mweli Mzizi and Fana Kekana; 1:54 - F.W. de Klerk declines visit to Washington, visits President of Mozambique Joaquim Chissano: discusses Secretary of State James Baker, campaigning, Congressional opposition; 2:30 - Whites meet ANC:  Whites go to Zambia to meet members of the African National Congress Stuart Sender reports, video of Oliver Tambo, Mike Oliver, Thabo Mbeki, Helen Suzman, discusses Kenneth Kaunda, the Five Freedoms Forum, the Democratic Party, businessmen, trade unionists, students, academics, professionals, farmers, city councilors, negotiations, Nelson Mandela, the unbanning of organizations, sanctions, violence; 5:06 - Mothopeng Speaks Out: video and interview of Pan Africanist Congress (PAC) President Zephania Mothopeng, discusses Jeff Masemola, Nelson Mandela, imperialism, colonialism; 7:09 - Nelson Mandela Birthday, discusses family, political prisoners; 7:25 - Angola joins IMF: Angola was admitted to the International Monetary Fund with the U.S. casting the sole dissenting vote, discusses UNITA; 7:39 - Fire fighter banned:  discusses New York Fire Commissioner Joseph Bruno; 8:01 - New York Mayor Ed Koch sold stock in companies he owned doing business in South Africa; 8:07 - The African Peace Committee was in Arizona with a replica of Casspir, discusses the comprehensive sanctions bill now in Congress, the South African army, apartheid; 8:32 - Namibia Watch with Joseph Diescho: interview of Gay McDougall of the Commission On Independence, discusses election fraud, UN Secretary General Javier  Pérez de Cuéllar, Operation Namibia, SWAPO, elections scheduled for November, election laws, UNTAG,  human rights abuses, Koevoet, Louis Pienaar; 11:01 - Mozambique Report: includes an excerpt from Mozambique The Scene Of A Crime,  interview of Carlos Cardossa of the Mozambique Information Agency, discusses the FRELIMO government, MNR (Mozambique National Resistance), war, infrastructure, railway lines, terrorism, massacres, the Mozambican army, defense spending, destabilization, the Cahora Bassa dam, electricity, the Southern African Development Coordination Conference (SADCC), the Frontline States, apartheid South Africa; 19:31 - Culture, Rhythm of Resistance;  clip from the film Rhythm of Resistance, discusses a song contest

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