ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 16, 1988
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.
(Johannesburg, South Africa: Richard Sergei) Opposition by conservative whites in South Africa to beginnings of racial integration featured; scenes shown. [Conservative party spokesperson Koos VAN der MERWE - expresses fear that blacks will swamp whiteareas; calls for white state in South Africa.] Role of President P.W. Botha's government in repealing some racial segregation laws detailed. Whites' efforts to return to whites-only city center in Johannesburg suburb noted. [MAN - comments.] [Liberal opponent Helen SUZMAN - considers international response.] [Conservative party leader Andries TREURENICHT - explains party's position.]
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