South Africa Now - Show #N304

by Danny Schechter (Executive Producer), Globalvision
New York, New York, United States
February 21, 1990
Publisher: Globalvision
Duration: 28:54
0:06 - video of Jesse Jackson in South Africa with Walter Sisulu and Frank Chikane; 1:04 - South Africa Now Presents these stories; 1:18 - Uncesnored news with Fana Kekana and Phillip Tomlinson; 2:28 - Reaction to Mandela’s release: F.W. de Klerk has accepted an invitation to discuss his reforms in a meeting in Zaire, the African National Congress (ANC) has announced it will send a delegation to South Africa to explore negotiation, Nelson Mandela has been seeking to defuse white fears, video of Nelson Mandela, discusses one person one vote; 3:55 - Celebrations overseas are continue reported by Emily Kasriel: video of New York’s The Riverside Church including Hugh Masekela, Sathima Bea Benjamin, Abdullah Ibrahim, and Patrick "Terror" Lekota discusses South African musicians, apartheid, the United Democratic Front (UDF), the State of Emergency; 7:06 - support for Mandela: workers at a Mercedes Benz factory build a Mercedes for Mandela; 7:23 - Mandela has given many reporter a gift in the form of interviews:  interview of Anton Harbor, editor, The Weekly Mail; 7:57 - Uncensored reported by Nadja Smith: partial lifting of media restrictions, interviews with Zwelhake Sisulu, Editor, the New Nation and Gabu Tagwana, discusses detention, restriction; 11:20 - Leading industrial stocks and gold sord but the Rand plunged, discusses F.W. de Klerk, nationalizing mines, interview of Bette Raptopoulos of Prudential Bache Securities; 12:08 - Laws that are the pillars of apartheid, Caroline Craven reports: living in a area designated for whites, interview with tenants activist, discusses the Group Areas Act, evicted from homes, the Rent Act, landlords, Johannesburg, ACTSTOP (Action to Stop Evictions); 14:30 - Conflict in Angola: video of Angolan Ambassador to the U.N.  Manuel Pedro Pacavira, interviews of Jardo Muekaia and William Minter, discusses Mavinga, MPLA, UNITA, fighting the peace process, Jonas Savimbi, UNITA, the CIA; 17:09 - Namibia Watch by Joseph Diescho: the constitution has been ratified, interview of Sam Nujoma of SWAPO; 18:16 - ANC Youth Congress: interviews of Peter Mokaba of the South African Youth Congress (SAYCO) and Rapu Molekane of SAYCO; 21:57 - My Traitors Heart: interview of Rian Malan, discusses military service, the Afrikaner

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