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(Studio: Morton Dean) Report introduced.
(Johannesburg: George Strait) The status of promises made by the new black government of South Africa, elected one year ago, to develop public works projects examined; scenes shown from Sekekhuneland, South Africa, while the people's need for water and housing and how well that need is being met is reviewed. [South African President Nelson MANDELA, black WOMAN - talk about water.] [Provincial housing minister Dan MOFOKENG - comments on the scope of the people's needs.]
(Studio: Morton Dean) An auction to raise money to pay the election year telephone bill of Mandela's African National Congress (ANC) party reported.
- Dean, Morton;
- Strait, George
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