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South Africa / A Lost Generation / Crime #159821

ABC Evening News for Saturday, May 13, 1995
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(Studio: Catherine Crier) Report introduced.

(Johannesburg: Don Kladstrup) The terrible violence plaguing South Africa that is being carried out by township blacks known as the "Young Lions" featured; scenes shown from a hospital in Soweto and from the streets of Johannesburg. [Medical director Dr. Bernard RABINOWITZ, political analyst Robert SCHRIRE - talk about the culture of violence.] [South African President Nelson MANDELA - asks for support for the police.] [Social worker Shella SISULU - comments.] The plight of and crime by the uneducated and unemployed post-apartheid black youth reviewed.

Crier, Catherine;
Kladstrup, Don

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