South Africa Now - Show #213

by Globalvision
New York, New York, United States Undated, about May 3, 1989?
Duration: 26:34
1:04 - This week South Africa Now presents these stories with hosts Fana Kekana and Mweli Mzizi 2:00 - MOBIL PULLOUT Stuart Sender reports: discusses Mobil Oil, marches, civil disobedience actions, pro-disinvestment activists, the South African economy, Allen E. Murray, U.S. legislation, the tax point of view, tax law, profits, shareholders, GENCOR, Citicorp, a shareholder resolution, a clash with police, the fascist regime in South Africa,  includes interviews with Donna Katzin of the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR), U.S. Congressman Charles Rangel, includes video of a demonstration at Royal Dutch Shell in Amsterdam and a demonstration at Citibank with the Reverend Jesse Jackson. 5:37 - NAMIBIA UPDATE NAIMIBIA WATCH reported by Nadja Smith and Joseph Diescho, discusses SWAPO (South West Africa People's Organization), execution, the London Sunday Telegraph, forensic expert Dr. Ian West, New York ballistics expert Joseph Quirk, Janes Defence Weekly, Koevoet police, a ceasefire, Soviet mediators, the Secretary-General, Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe, atrocity charges, Windhoek, lawyers for families, autopsy reports, the cause of death, South African forces, South African spokesman Neil Heerden, voter registration laws, elections scheduled for November, includes video of free Namibia protests outside the United Nations, includes an interview with international lawyer Elizabeth Landis 9:42 - ASSASSINATION OF DAVID WEBSTER discusses South Africa’s Human Rights Commission, the Detainees Parents Support Committee (DPSC), telephone death threats, a black person, a township, repression, South Africa's anti-apartheid movement, a white middle class person, danger, includes video of a protest at Witwatersrand University, includes an interview of David Webster 10:50 - NEWS UPDATE discusses hunger strikes by South African political prisoners, the release of hundreds of detainees, Minister of Law and Order Adriaan Vlok, The Weekly Mail, rebels fighting the government of Angola, UNITA, military assistance from South Africa and the United States, the Namibia independence agreement, tomato seeds, stinger missiles, a spy, secret military documents 12:37 - SANCTIONS BUSTING reported by Eric Nadler, discusses economic sanctions, trade and investment, the Anti-Apartheid Act of 1986, 747 Jumbo jet engines, the Air Ground Equipment Sales Company (AGES), aircraft parts, Robert Fessler, the AFL-CIO, the Government Accounting Office (GAO),  banned South African imports, the Office of Special Trade, includes video of U.S. Congressman Ron Dellums, includes interviews with U.S. Attorney Andrew Maloney, U.S. Customs Special Agent Art Stiffel, business journalist Steve Askin, 18:37 - MOZAMBIQUE THE DEEPER IMAGE, discusses Mozambican artists, war-torn Mozambique, armed bandits, includes an extract from the film THE DEEPER IMAGE A Letter from Mozambique by Albie Sachs and Sol Carvalho

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