South Africa Now - Show #301

by Rory O'Connor (Executive Producer), Globalvision
New York, New York, United States
Undated, about May 9 or 10, 1989
Publisher: Globalvision
Duration: 26:39

0:02 - Question by Executive Producer of South Africa Now Rory O'Conner to Jimmy Carter at the CNN World Report Conference May 4, 1989, discusses media restrictions, news coverage; 1:00 - This week South Africa Now presents these stories; 2:14 - News with Fana Kekana and Carolyn Craven; 2:19 - David Webster Remembered reported by Jay Weiss, interview of assassinated activist David Website, phone interview of Col. Frans Malherbe, video of a Johannesburg demonstration, Helen Joseph and Rev. Beyers Naude, discusses the State of Emergency, St. Mary's Cathedral, the National Party government, apartheid, vigilante attacks, the South African Police (SAP), the United Democratic Front (UDF), detainees, political prisoners, terrorists;  6:24 - Missionary Murdered: Stuart Sender reports on the assassination of Disciples of Christ missionary Wayne Steinert, interview of Dr. Bill Nottingham of the Disciples of Christ, discusses Jerzy Ras; 8:17 - Namibia Watch with Joseph Diescho; interview of UN Council on Namibia President Zambian Ambassador Peter Zuze, discusses UN Special Representative Martti Ahtisaari, SWAPO, the South African Defence Force (SADF), the UN peace plan for Namibia; 10:26 - News Update with Fana Kekana; 10:40 - Mobil Oil Pullout: discusses disinvestment, the Chemical Workers Union; Gencor, corporate camouflage;  11:13 - South Africa sets date for elections: discusses P.W. Botha, Parliament; 11:32 - Britain expels three members of South African Embassy, discusses arms, rightwing extremists, Ulster Protestants, Northern Ireland; 11:48 - Trevor Tutu could face up to ten years in prison, discusses Archbishop Desmond Tutu; 12:08 - Assassinations: interviews of African National Congress (ANC) lawyer Ablie Sachs, Soweto activist Mathew Goniwe, Gillie Skweyiya and Dr. Fabian Ribeiro, video excerpts of "Certain Unknown Persons" courtesy of Afravision, discusses David Webster, death squads, murders, the security forces, letter bombs, car bombs, kidnappings, cross border raids, the Cradock Residents Association, Sparrow Mkhonto, Fort Calata,  Sicelo Mhlauli, Sicelo Dhlomo [Sicelo Dlomo], torture, detention, human rights; 19:52 Culture Segment, Musicians Against Apartheid; 20:04 - Michelle Shocked: includes video of "When I Grow Up" courtesy of Mercury/Polygram Records, discusses the album Short Sharp Shocked; 20:35 - Mightier than the Sword: interview of and cartoonist Jonathan Shapiro, discusses Stoffel Botha, censorship laws, The New Nation

Used by permission of Globalvision