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South Africa / Elections / Voting / Expectations #153453

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Apr 28, 1994
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(Johannesburg: Peter Jennings) Voting on the third day of South Africa's elections featured; balloting scenes shown. [ANC president Nelson MANDELA - claims the black African vote has been undermined.]

(Johannesburg: Jim Laurie) The ballot battle featured; scenes shown of chaos at some voting stations, like those in Natal, South Africa. [South African President F.W. De KLERK, black MAN - comment.]

(Johannesburg: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Pretoria: George Strait) Black expectations for a new South Africa examined; social, economic and education promises made by the ANC outlined. [MANDELA - campaigns.] [Economist Duncan INNES, ANC's Tokyo SEXWALE, ANC economist Alec ERWIN, ANC Pallo JORDAN - talk about costs.]

Jennings, Peter;
Laurie, Jim;
Strait, George

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