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South Africa / Racial Unrest #305520

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Aug 25, 1985
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(Studio) Today's racial violence in South Africa summarized, include arrest of United Democrat Front leader Oscar Mpetha.
REPORTER: Bruce Morton

(Johannesburg, South Africa) Inability of blacks to seek medical help after shooting assault during night, believed by police, noted; scenes shown. [VICTIM - explains.] [Dr. Allan BOESAK - encourages boycott of white-owned business] Boesak noted organization illegal march Wednesday to Capetown prison hsing. dissident Nelson Mandela. [BOESAK - expects police action.]
REPORTER: John Blackstone

(Studio) Jerry Falwell, recently returning from South Africa, recalled claiming maj. of blacks there oppose United States economy sanctions against South Africa; "Sunday Times" poll of urban South African blacks noted finding just the opposite. Poll results outlined on screen, discussed.
REPORTER: Bruce Morton

Blackstone, John;
Morton, Bruce

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