South Africa Now - Show #2

by Globalvision
New York, New York, United States Undated, about April 20, 1988?
Duration: 15:52
Type: TV broadcast
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
0:22 - Alexandra Township: includes interviews of Abraham Zwane, self-confessed state vigilante, and Saths Cooper, psychologist and Past-President of AZAOP (Azanian People's Organization), discusses balaclava-clad men, attacks on homes of anti-apartheid activists, security force involvement, eyewitness reports, military personnel carriers, white men with blackened faces, military style uniforms, the Alexandra massacre, people killed, assassination attacks, military death squads, Katlehong and Takosa townships, homes, the South African Defence Force (SADF), the police, the ruling class, collaborators, apartheid, informers, vigilantes, members of the community, the neckless, the black community, children, the Nationalist Party government, the National Party, censorship, the media, the state controlled television monopoly, the while electorate, the African National Congress (ANC), the townships, unemployment, poverty, instant constables, guns, sjamboks, the oppressed masses, black on back violence, state recruitment, Komnis, cars, blacks, the ruling class; 6:53 - TOURIST BOARD FILM (South Africa. A message for the World): includes excerpts from a government film, includes a number of interviews, discusses game reserve, game, the Dutch Reformed Church, all white schools, integrated schools, teach, children of mix races [Notes: 1) This show is incomplete and does not start at the beginning. Most South Africa Now shows are about 25 minutes long. 2) there is a black screen from about 6:22 to 6:53.]

Used by permission of Globalvision.