South Africa Now - Show #10

by Globalvision
New York, New York, United States
Undated, about June 15, 1988?
Duration: 25:23
Type: TV broadcast
Coverage in Africa: Angola, Namibia, South Africa, Southern Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States, Cuba
Language: English, Portuguese
South Africa Now with host Fana Kekana and reporter Carolyn Craven 0:24 - Journalism in South Africa's black townships, includes an interview with Dateline Soweto author William Finnegan, reporter Mkhonto Mkhondo, and cartoonist Derek Bauer, discusses security forces, activists fighting, Bantustans, black reporters, white reporters, The Weekly Mail, P.W. Botha, political prisoners, Nelson Mandela, Desmond Tutu; 7:34 - UPROOTING POVERTY The Carnegie Inquiry: includes interviews of Francis Wilson and Mamphela Ramphele, discusses the book Uprooting Poverty: The South African Challenge, the Carnegie Corporation, gold, diamonds, the economy, infant mortality, the minimum living level, the basic necessities of life, QwaQwa, Free State farms, apartheid, black women, the educational system, low pay jobs, domestic service; 17:07 - CULTURE SOUTH AFRICA, expects of the film Mapantsula, includes an interviews with writer/author Thomas Mogotlane and producer Max Montocchio, discusses Soweto, Johannesburg, emergency regulations; 3:00 - CURRENT AFFAIRS: ANGOLA SPECIAL REPORT, includes interviews with United Church of Christ minister Ben Chavis, New York Times correspondent James Brooke, F. Monteiro, Southscan editor Bill Bowles, Jonas Savimbi, Angolan Foreign Minister Afonso Van-Dunem, Harlem community activist Elombe Brath, reporter Jon Alpert, discusses destabilization, war with Angola, the Front Line States, the MPLA government, offshore oil reserves, Cubans, UNITA, amputees, land mines, the CIA, the negotiation table, white casualties. Tanks, upcoming November elections, apartheid, P.W. Botha, the Alvor Agreement, the South African army, the White House, Cuito Cuanavale, airplanes, bombs, doctors, polio, an operating room, vaccine; 21:55 - CULTURE incudes video of Senegalese singer Youssou N'Dour singing against apartheid, discusses Peter Gabriel, the Amnesty International tour in September, Nelson Mandela, Soweto

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