South Africa Now - Show #202

by Globalvision
New York, New York, United States
Undated, about February 15, 1989
Duration: 26:15
Type: TV broadcast
Coverage outside Africa: United States, Cuba, United Nations
Language: English
0:57 - This week South Africa Now features these stories; 1:75 - All these stories and more with Fana Kekana and Carolyn Craven; 2:05 - A new South African invasion of Angola: interviews with Angolan Foreign Minister Pedro Castro Van Dunem Loy, Thabo Mbeki of the African National Congress (ANC), video of South African Foreign Minister R.F. "Pik" Both, discusses South African artillery and soldiers, UNITA, Jonas Savimbi, landmines, President George Bush, Cuban troops, aggression; 5:47 - Namibia’s Road to Freedom: interview of Gay McDougall of the Southern Africa Project of the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, discusses SWAPO, UN Resolution 435, the Secretary General, the Security Council, efforts to cut the size of the Namibian peacekeeping force; 7:24 - Hunger Strike reported by Dumile Mateza, video excerpt of the CBS-TV report "Children of Apartheid" including an interview of Godfrey Cicelo Dhlomo, discusses detainees, prison authorities, P.W. Botha, Minister of Law and Order Adriaan Vlok, Allan Boesak, Senator Edward Kennedy, the Detainees Parents Support Committee (DPSC), police; 10:02 - Financing Apartheid, Citibank’s decision to roll over $600 million in loans to South Africa for ten year reported by Stuart Sender: interview of Donna Katzin of the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR), video of press conference if international church leaders including Elaine Greif of the YWCA, Citibank, includes video of Archbishop Desmond Tutu, discusses banks, sanctions, Citicorp, banks; 12:46 - Covering the Coverage: interview of Ameen Akhalwaya, Editor, The Indicator, discusses unrest, TV screens, media regulations; 13:41 -  Who is an African-American?: video of Rev. Jesse Jackson speech about the term African American at the African American Institute Conference in Lusaka, interviews of Frank Ferrari of the African-American Institute, people on the street in Harlem, and Mbongeni Ngema, discusses apartheid in America, segregation based on race, colonialism, Sarafina!; 19:42 - Culture, Rapping About the Issue reported by Mweli Mzizi: Interview of and talk by Kareem (Daddy O) of Statsasonics, video of Rob Jones of The Africa Fund, excerpts of the video A.F.R.I.C.A., discusses Jesse Jackson, Operation PUSH, Oliver Tambo, New York's Washington Irving High School, apartheid, the Frontline States, students.

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