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(Studio) Importance of tomorrow's parliamentary elecs. in South Africa for President P.W. Botha explained.
REPORTER: Dan Rather
(Capetown, South Africa) Botha's use of state of emergency to stifle anti- apartheid movement and calls for reform examined; scenes shown. [October 24, BOTHA - accuses other ntns. of using psychological warfare to interfere in South Africa.] [Opposition parliament member Alex BORAINE - fears state of emergency is driving opposition underground rather than muzzling it.] Emptiness of Botha's reform rhetoric and increase powers of police discussed.
REPORTER: John Blackstone
- Blackstone, John;
- Rather, Dan
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