South Africa Now - Show #N711

by Danny Schechter (Executive Producer), Globalvision
New York, New York, United States
Undated, apparently April 10, 1991
Publisher: Globalvision
Duration: 00:28:51
Type: TV broadcast
Coverage in Africa: South Africa, Southern Africa, Zambia
Coverage outside Africa: United States, United Nations
Language: English
1:16 – Summary of stories in this episode; 2:23 - Anchors Thandeka Gqubule and Fana D. Kekana; 2:30 - The Best on South Africa Now; 3:30-The History of South Africa Now, Stuart Sender reports: includes interviews of Carolyn Craven, television journalist Linda Ellerbee, former network producer Richard Cohen, Justice de Goede, Thandeka Gqubule, Joseph Diescho of Frontline Focus and Danny Schechter, includes interviews of Fana  Kekana from "Catch the Spirit" produced by the Methodist Church and Mweli Mzizi on The Eleventh Hour on WNET, includes video of comments by Jimmy Carter and Jesse Jackson, includes video reports by the MacNeil-Lehrer Newshour, The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Eleventh Hour and MTV News, includes video of a CNN World Report, discusses South Africa filmmaker Kevin Harris, press censorship in South Africa, the State of Emergency, the South African Police (SAP), television coverage, press restrictions, CBS, ABC, NBC, black journalists, the black townships, camera crews, the networks, apartheid, ABC World News Tonight, Nelson Mandela; 12:37 - Queen Mother Moore; 12:43 - News highlights reported by Phillip Tomlinson: includes interviews of Albertina Sisulu of the United Democratic Front (UDF),  Patrick “Terror” Lekota , Nelson Mandela, Allan Boesak and Jay Naidoo of the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU), includes video of demonstrations and repression in South Africa, includes video of Walter Sisulu, Joe Slovo, Thabo Mbeki, Peter Mokaba and Rapu Molekane of the South African Youth Congress (SAYCO), Eugene Terre'Blanche and F.W. de Klerk, discusses repression, resistance, the democratic movement, the ANC (African National Congress), the mass defiance campaign, teargas, Wits University, Paolo Jordon, Albie Sachs, Lindiwe Mabuza, Johnny Makatini, Murphy Morobe, Mohammed Valli Moosa, exiles, the freedom struggle, grassroots activists, church leaders, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Bayers Naude, Sister Bernard Ncube, Dean Farisani, labor leaders, Cyril Ramaphosa, Moses Mayekiso, unemployment, Zephania Mothopeng of the Pan Africanist Congress (PAC), Benny Alexander, Johnson Mlambo, the Azanian People's Organisation (AZAPO), Chief Gatsha Buthelezi, Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP), Van Zyl Slabbert, white politics, conservatives, the neo-Nazi AWB (Afrikaner Resistance Movement, Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging), multinational corporations, negotiations; 20:18-Background Reports: includes interviews of Dr. David Seftel, Dean T.S. Farisani of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of South Africa, Nomazizi Sokudela of the ANC Women's League, Mel Holland of the National Education Crisis Committee (NECC), South African student Tiny Pule, Thandeka Gqubule of the Weekly Mail, Mathilda Krim of the American Foundation for AIDS Research, and M. Haphasale of Operation Homeless, discusses health care, Baragwanath Hospital, homelands, Bophuthatswana, malnutrition, education, textbooks, AIDS, "Puppets Against AIDS", housing, homeless black South Africans, shacks, a squatter camp

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