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South Africa / Common Market / Racial Unrest #305185

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Aug 01, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(London, England) Common Mkt. ntns. reported recalling their ambs. from South Africa in protest over latter's state of emergency examined. [Sir Geoffrey HOWE - doesn't believe economy sanctions are effective.] Econ. community's concern over possible United States sanctions and pressure on President P.W. Botha to meet with black leaders noted; Bishop Desmond Tutu reported challenging government's ban on public funerals. [TUTU - won't be told what to preach.] Status of continued racial violence discussed; films shown.
REPORTER: Steve Kroft

(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Johannesburg, South Africa) Econ., soc. and political effect of apartheid on South Africa's blacks and whites examined; films shown. [Civil rights activist Ethel WALT - thinks racism has become institutionalized.] [Soc. worker Ellen KUZWAYO - notes system is designed to perpetuate black servitude.] [Journalist Harold PAKENDORF - would prefer black government to leaving South Africa.] [KUZWAYO - sees blacks' future resting with youth.]
REPORTER: Allen Pizzey

Kroft, Steve;
Pizzey, Allen;
Rather, Dan

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