South Africa Now - Show #N111

by Globalvision
New York, New York, United States
October 11, 1989
Duration: 15:21
0:08 - Introduction by television journalist Linda Ellerbee; 2:12 - NEWLINE Hosts Fana Kekana and Caroline Craven; 2:15 - TALKS, discusses South African President F.W. de Klerk, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Reverend Allan Boesak, Reverend Frank Chicane, the African National Congress (ANC); 2:55 - U.S. Government discusses whether sanctions should be imposed, includes video of Assistant Secretary of State Herman Cohen and Senator Edward Kennedy, discusses apartheid, constructive engagement, Capitol Hill, the Bush administration; 4:57 - BANK PROTEST includes video of police arresting demonstrators and an interview of Donna Katzin of the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR), discusses financial sanctions, anti-bank demonstration, renegotiating South Africa's foreign debt, Paris, London, Bonn, Zürich, Manufacturers Hanover; 6:21 - CONFLICT IN ANGOLA reported by Stuart Sender, includes an interview with Zairean exile Camille Bamba, includes video of Mobutu Sese Seko addressing the United Nations, discusses President Bush, a White House meeting, UNITA, Jonas Savimbi, Ronald Reagan, covert aid, torture, Angolan President Dos Santos, talks, civil war, Zaire, human rights abuses; 8:13 - DEFIANCE CAMPAIGN: discusses protests, black school children, clemency, Transkei, the African National Congress (ANC), death row, beach protests in Cape Town, whites only beaches, protests against police brutality, Gregory Rockman, riot police, elections; 9:21 - MORE CRACKDOWNS, includes an interviews of South African attorney Priscilla Jama and Audrey Coleman of the Detainees Aid Center, discusses detentions, restrictions, the state of emergency, detained without charges, New Nation editor Zwelakhe Sisulu, Mohammed Valli Moosa, the Mass Democratic Movement (MDM), journalistic activities, whites only hospitals, restriction order, Titus Mafolo, the United Democratic Front (UDF), a hunger strike, Albertina Sisulu; 12:05 - NAMIBIA WATCH reported by Joseph Diescho: includes interviews with The Namibian editor Gwen Lister and Ben Ulenga, discusses upcoming elections, the National Namibia Student Organization (NNSO), SWAPO (South West Africa People's Organization), the struggle for freedom, human rights, boycott, Katatura. [Note: This show is incomplete. Most South Africa Now shows are about 25 minutes long.]

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