South Africa Now - Show #N413

by Globalvision
New York, New York, United States July 25, 1990
Duration: 29:05
Type: TV broadcast
Coverage in Africa: Africa, South Africa, Southern Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
0:13 - Little Steven from Artists United Against Apartheid and Jabu Ngwenya from the South African Musicians Alliance 0:48 - This is an encore presentation. 1:30 - Host Mweli Mzizi 1:48 - CULTURE ROCK AGAINST APARTHEID discusses Black Consciousness Movement leader Steve Biko, apartheid, detention, torture, Nelson Mandela, Bophuthatswana, homelands (Bantustans), constructive engagement, Ronald Regan, injustice, includes video of music by Peter Gabriel, the Sun City video by Artists United Against Apartheid, includes an interview of Bruce Springsteen 10:14 - SOUTH AFRICAN GOVERNMENT MUSIC VIDEO discusses songs, Sun City, We Are the World, protests against artists involved, money, includes the music video 11:39 - MILES DAVIS 11:59 - MUSIC VIDEOS discusses South African artists, the freedom movement, includes music videos of Johnny Clegg and his band Savuka and the song "I Call Your Name" 16:17 - COSATU CULTURAL DAY discusses being detained, prison, solitary confinement, includes videos of the people's poet Mzwaki Mbuli and The K Team 17:48 - RAPPING AGAINST APARTHEID discusses rap music, the Reverend Jesse Jackson, the Frontline States, includes music videos with Queen Latifah performing Ladies First, Stetsasonic performing A.F.R.I.C.A., and BROTHER performing Beyond the 16th Parallel 23:03 - BILLY JOEL 23:13 - NKOSI SIKELEL' IAFRIKA discusses South African films A World Apartheid and A Cry for Freedom, Enoch Sontonga, choirs, the African National Congress (ANC), a musical embodiment of the thirst for freedom, includes an interview of In Township Tonight! author David Coplan 27:39 - MALATHINI AND THE MAHOTELLA QUEENS [Notes: Mzwaki Mbuli  is presumably Mzwakhe Mbuli. Malathini and the Mahotella Queens is presumably Mahlathini and the Mahotella Queens.]

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