South Africa Now - Show #211

by Rory O'Connor (Executive Producer),Globalvision
New York, New York, United States Undated, about April 19, 1989
Publisher: Globalvision
Duration: 26:08
Type: TV broadcast
Coverage in Africa: Angola, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
1:30 - News Update with Fana Kakana and Carolyn Craven; 1:57 - NAMIBIA reported by Stuart Sender, includes interviews of Judah Passow of the Sunday Telegraph,  Simon O'Dwyer-Russell, Gerard Roux of the Office of the Administrator General and Elizabeth Landis, includes photographs taken by Passow, discusses the South West Africa People's Organization (SWAPO), the South African security forces, shot through the head, a 20 millimeter round, Oshakati, executed, shot a close range, the dead, mass graves, the Namibian Supreme Court; 5:05-NAMIBA WATCH with Joseph Diescho, includes an interview with Col. Hannu Paronen, discusses a dusk to dawn curfew, UN troops, assembly points for SWAPO guerillas, free and fair elections, UNTAG (United Nations Transition Assistance Group), South African soldiers, passing out weapons to white farmers; 7:50 - BEHIND RENAMO, includes interview of the President of the Mozambique Peoples Assembly Marcelino dos Santos and William Minter, discusses Renamo (MNR), the Mozambique army, attacks on civilians; 9:48-REFORM reported by Nadja Smith, includes a South African Broadcasting Corporation report on Boksburg, includes video of a testimony by Sylvia Gon of the South Africa Foundation and Donald Woods at a Congressional Human Rights Foundation meeting, discusses Capitol Hill, Asian households, petitions, conservative controlled city, petty apartheid, the city council, people other than whites, parks, residential areas, victims, Windmill Park, Asians, houses, eviction notices, water and electric supplies, white neighbors, integration, violence, diplomatic and economic pressure, the international community, the negotiating table; 12:42 - CHILDREN OF THE FRONTILE: includes interviews with Toni Strasburg and Reinaldo Mucavele of Lhanguene, , includes excepts of the film "Chain of Tears", discusses UNICEF, war related conditions, race, hatred, trauma, the children of southern Africa, peace, apartheid; 18:15 - CULTURE Township Art, includes interviews with  Brenda Danilowitz, South African artist Helen Sebidi, exile Dumile Feni, and Ashley Ward, discusses music, visual artists, painters, sculptures, homelands, Cape Town's Community Art Project, the Cape Youth Congress, T-shirts, posters, banners, Nelson Mandela, the children who died in 1976

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