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South Africa / Elections / Bombings / White Extremists #153416

ABC Evening News for Monday, Apr 25, 1994
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(Johannesburg: Peter Jennings) Election terror in South Africa featured; scenes shown from Germiston, South Africa, where another car bomb went off near a black political party office and from Pretoria, South Africa, where a bomb was thrown into a restaurant. [African National Congress president Nelson MANDELA, South African President F.W. De KLERK - oppose terrorism.] The government's plan to deploy the police and army during the election noted.

(Johannesburg: Jim Laurie) The white radical right in South Africa, who are opposed to a new South Africa and want a Volkstadt, a separate Afrikaner state, examined; scenes shown from a training camp for white Afrikaners. [Extremist Eugene TERRE BLANCHE, Eddie VON MALTITZ - comment.] [Political analyst Wim BOOYSE - talks about the white resistance cells.]

Reporter(s):
Jennings, Peter;
Laurie, Jim
Duration:
00:04:00

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