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South Africa / Elections / The Women #153508

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 30, 1994
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(Johannesburg: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Johannesburg: Ron Allen) The slow process of counting the paper ballots in South Africa's elections featured; scenes shown of ballot boxes and ANC celebrations. [ANC Secretary General Cyril RAMAPHOSA - says a new nation is being born.] [Center of policy studies Khehla SHUBANE - comments.]

(Johannesburg: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Johannesburg: George Strait) The vote for the liberation of women in South Africa featured; scenes shown. [Two black WOMEN, women's activist Dr. Helen REES, ANC president Nelson MANDELA - talk about how women are treated.] The women's hopes that the new government will take their concerns seriously detailed.

(Johannesburg: Aaron Brown) Statement from President Clinton that the new South Africa warrants more United States foreign aid noted.

Allen, Ron;
Brown, Aaron;
Strait, George

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