South Africa Now - Show #N110

by Globalvision
New York, New York, United States
October 4, 1989
Duration: 15:21
Type: TV broadcast
Coverage in Africa: Angola, Namibia, South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
1:54 - Angola Update reported by Stuart Sender: Includes an interview with Angola Foreign Minister Pedro de Castro Van Dunem Loy; discusses a cease fire agreement, Jonas Savimbi, assistance to UNITA, Under Secretary of State Chester Crocker, covert aid, the CIA, a negotiated political settlement, Zaire, the New York accords, Herman Cohen, MPLA, negotiations, an interview with Randall Robinson of TransAfrica on Angola television, President Bush, a New York Times ad; 5:55 - Johannesburg City Council voted to desegregate local facilities: includes an interview of Audrey Coleman, discusses an all-white girls school, President F.W. de Klerk, human rights, back children, bussed to Soweto, integration, parents, while children; 7:19 - Namibia Watch with Joseph Diescho: includes an interview with Elizabeth Landis, discusses Namibia elections, SWAPO (South West Africa People's Organization), Sam Nujoma, DTA (Democratic Turnhalle Alliance), Dirk Mudge, intimidation, media, local and ethnic radio stations, the South West Africa Broadcasting Corporation, a memorial for slain SWAPO leader Anton Lubowski; 10:49 - Covering the coverage: The Mass Democratic Movement is called "shadowy" by New York Times Correspondent, includes interviews of Audrey Coleman and several other people, Christopher Wren, the Mass Democratic Movement (MDM), trade unions, civic organizations; 13:34 - "Shaka Zulu" [Note: The video of this South Africa Now episode is incomplete; most shows are about 25 minutes long.]

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