South Africa Now - Show #110

by Rory O'Connor (Executive Producer),Globalvision
New York, New York, United States Undated, about December 4, 1988
Publisher: Globalvision
Duration: 25:57

0:08 - From the General Assembly of the United Nations Zimbabwe Ambassador Isack Mudenge; 0:46 - South Africa Now this week reporting these stories; 1:39 - These stories and more on South Africa Now with hosts Fana Kekana and Carolyn Craven; 1:48 -  Political prisoners freed: video of Zwelakhe Sisulu, the editor of the New Nation, interviews of Black Sash President Mary Burton and trade unionist and ANC (African National Congress) stalwart Harry Gwala, video of a press conferences by defense attorney Priscilla Jana and Pan African Congress (PAC) leader Zephania Mothopeng, video of defense attorney Linda Zama, discusses Soweto, the UDF (United Democratic Front), the South African Council of Churches (SACC), prison, Azania; 5:08 - The United Nations: speech by the chairman of the Special Committee Against Apartheid Nigerian Ambassador Joseph Garba, discusses the South African economy, economic links with South Africa, short term credit; 5:47 - Peace agreement not signed in Brazzaville: video of South African Foreign Minister R.F. "Pik" Botha, discusses independence of Namibia, Cuban troops, a verification mechanism, UNITA; 6:44 - The African National Congress (ANC) announced the death of Johnny Makatini: interview of Johnny Makatini, discusses communism, liberation movements; 8:44 - Dateline Soweto: Interviews of Dateline Soweto author William Finnegan and South African journalist Mkhonto Mkhondo, discusses black reporters, townships, Bantustans, security forces, the Johannesburg Star, editors, violence; 11:52 - Culture: interview of cartoonist Derek Bauer, discusses The Weekly Mail, P.W. Botha, Nelson Mandela, Desmond Tutu; 13:54 - Rockin’ for rights reposted by Mweli Mzizi: video of the Amnesty International concert in Zimbabwe courtesy of the Reebok Human Rights Foundation, video of a 1980 performance by Bob Marley, video of a press conference with Peter Gabriel, Sting, Tracy Chapman, Bruce Springsteen, backstage interviews of musicians including Clarence Clemons of E Street Band, discusses the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, rock and roll stars, oppression, apartheid, Steven Biko, a multiracial society, the Sharpeville Six, death row [Note the correct spelling of the name is Isaack Mudenge.]


Used by permission of Globalvision.