South Africa Now - Show #N206

by Globalvision
New York, New York, United States December 6, 1989
Duration: 29:52
Type: TV broadcast
Coverage in Africa: Angola, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States, United Kingdom
Language: English
0:10 - Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.; 2:17 - The News with with Fana Kekana and Carolyn Craven; 2:21 - Hit Squads reported by Stuart Sender: former police sargent Ferdinand Barnard arrested in the assassination of SWAPO leader Anton Lubowski and David Webster, video of Reverend Beyers Naude, information on the ANC (African National Congress), Renamo rebels in Mozambique, the South African military; 5:19 - Press restrictions reported by Nadia Smith: interviews with Justus de Goede at the South African Embassy in London and Alexander Cockburn, information on censorship, F.W. de Klerk , The New Nation, Nelson Mandela; 8:25 - Chikane Poisoning: report on FBI investigation of poising of Frank Chiakne; 8:43 - C.I.A. plane crash: Central Intelligence Agency plane with military supplies for UNITA crash in Angola, information on Jonas Savimbi; 9:27 - Namibia Watch with Joseph Diescho: interview with Gay McDougall of the Commission on Independence for Namibia, information of the Constituent Assembly, SWAPO, elections, independence, the international community; 11:26 - Lawaaikamp squatter community; sister city project; 12:51 - Book Boycott: book publishing industry holds press conference to present findings a book boycott of South Africa is hurting children, video of Robert Wedgewoth of the School of Library Science, Columbia University; 14:05 - Author Kurt Vonnegut visits Mozambique: interview of Kurt Vonnegut, information on the international relief agency CARE, starvation, guerilla war, the Mozambique National Resistance (Renamo), the Mozambique army; 10:19 - Culture segment reported by Jay Weiss: Anti-Apartheid Holiday Gifts, interviews of David Rees of the Island Trading Company,  Sikhulu Shange of the Sikhulu Record Shack and Mark Gevisser   information on T-shirts, ,music, the Sounds of Soweto, Denis Goldberg; 25:55 - Thomas Mapfumo "Zimbabwe/Mozambique"

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