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South Africa / Black-White Power Sharing #140055

ABC Evening News for Friday, Mar 13, 1992
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Heckling at Pretoria University of South African President F.W. de Klerk by right-wing students about the national referendum on continuing his program to share political power with black South Africans reported; scenes shown from Pretoria, South Africa, and from Durban, South Africa, where more people were killed.

(Johannesburg: Don Kladstrup) The politics of black and white relations in South Africa featured; scenes shown; details given of the scenarios as viewed by de Klerk and the far right. [De KLERK - explains what will happen if power is not shared.] [Conservative Party's Andries TREURNICHT - says there will never be a black-dominated government.] The campaign by the far right outlined. [Political analyst Lloyd VOGELMAN - comments.] [White WOMAN - says power sharing is ridiculous.]

Jennings, Peter;
Kladstrup, Don

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