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South Africa #244011

CBS Evening News for Monday, Dec 27, 1976
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(Studio) Black migrant workers flee homes in Capetown, South Africa, area after clashes with black militants, who oppose blacks aiding the economy of white-ruled country
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(London, England) Deaths, injuries, extent of trouble described. Celebration of Christmas by migrant workers infuriated militants. Christmas had been designated by militants as time of mourning for deaths of other blacks and as time for economy boycott. Migrants had not heeded these declarations. Migrant workers fled homes. Film shown.
REPORTER: John Laurence narrates (S. African Broadcasting Corp. film)

Mudd, Roger;
Laurence, John

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