South Africa Now - Show #106

by Rory O'Connor (Executive Producer),Globalvision
New York, New York, United States Undated, about November 6, 1988
Publisher: Globalvision
Duration: 25:43
Type: TV broadcast
Coverage in Africa: Namibia, South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States, Canada, Japan
Language: English
0:02 - Voice of Tony Weaver; 0:42 - This week South Africa Now features these stories; 1:44 - Here’s host Fana Kekana; 1:49 - Will Nelson Mandela be released?: interview of Rev. Allan Boesak, discusses the ANC (African National Congress), P.W. Botha, the U.S. elections, Gatsha Buthelezi, Mobutu, pressures from inside and the Western world, anti-apartheid groups; 3:01 - Press censorship: voice interview of Co-editor of the Weekly Mail Irwin Manoim, interviews of Weekly Mail staff writer Vusi Gumede, journalist Mkhonto Mkhondo and Southscan editor David Coetzee, excerpts of a Canadian Broadcasting Corporation TV report, video of UCLA professor John Hutchinson a township, security forces, students, lawyers, sjambok, violence, genocide; 8:30 - Namibia: SWAPO reports a military buildup of South African troops; 8:40 - The South Africa military has unveiled a homemade military vehicle, discusses the Rooikat; 9:21 - Japan and South Africa: Japanese utilities will cut off imports of South African uranium now used to power their nuclear plants, interview of Richard Knight, discusses trade links, anti-apartheid movements, cars, computers, pressure, the auto market; 10:25 - Interview of South African journalist Phillip van Niekerk; 10:46 - Health and Apartheid: interviews of South African physician Dr. David Seftel and Doctor Paul Davis, video of the late Dr. Fabian Ribeiro, discusses apartheid violence, Baragwanath Hospital, Soweto, the South African Police (SAP), the South African Defence Force (SADF), John Vorster Square, detainees, healthcare; 16:53 - Culture, Film Preview with Mweli Mzizi: except of the film "Mapantsula", South Africa's The Harder They Come, interviews of actor/writer Thomas Mogotlane and producer Max Montocchio, discusses townships, emergency regulations, the New York Film Festival 

Used by permission of Globalvision.