South Africa Now - Show #N207

by Globalvision
New York, New York, United States
December 13, 1989
Duration: 28:48
Type: TV broadcast
Coverage in Africa: Namibia, South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States, Switzerland, United Nations
Language: English
00:02 - Richard Prior 1:56 - The Latest News with Fana Kekana and Carolyn Craven: Natal Province Violence by Jay Weiss reporting including interviews of Michael Clough of the Council on Foreign Relations and Dean T.S. Farisani of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of South Africa and with information on Inkatha, Chief Gatsha Buthelezi, the United Democratic Front (UDF), the homeland system, the Zulu tribe, the mass democratic movement, the ANC (African National Congress), COSATU; 4:25 - Conference for a Democratic Future: with video of Walter Sisulu and discusses the anti-apartheid movement, the Black Consciousness Movement, F.W. de Klerk; 5:15 - Hit Squads: with an interview of Jennifer Davis of the American Committee on Africa (ACOA) and information on police, death squads, the military, the army, killings, executions, the international community; 6:34 - Forced Removals reported by Nadia Smith: interview if Dean T.S. Farisani of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of South Africa, video of Nkgonkgweni settlement and Frank Chikane of the South African Council of Churches (SACC) information on Ciskei, bulldozers; 9:48-Namibia Watch with Joseph Diescho: interview of Alun Roberts and information on SWAPO, Koevoet, UNTAG, the United Nations; 11:10 - Case Dismissed reported by Phillip Tomlinson: charges dropped against 28 demonstrators protesting by Manufacturers Hanover Trust to renegotiate loan agreements including video of defense attorney Joshua Nessen, interview with Donna Katzin of the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR); 12:36 - Manufacturers Hanover  leading campaign leading effort to stop the passage of stronger locan sanctions reported byJoe Conason with video of Ruth Messenger and discusses David N. Dinkins; 13:58 - The Randall Robinson Report: commentary by Randall Robinson of TransAfrica with information on red batting, Senator Orrin Hatch, racism, Little Steven, the Sun City record, People for the American Way; 15:58 - Weapons Giant reported by Eric Nadler: report on South Africa’s military industrial complex, includes an Armscor tape sales tape not intended for television, an interview with Abdul Minty of the Campaign to End Military Collaboration with South Africa, discusses the United Nations arms embargo,  the G5 cannon; 21:28 - Culture Segment: video of Goree and an interview with actress/dancer/choreographer Nomsa Manaka

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