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South Africa / Zambia Meeting, Racial Unrest #305891

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Sep 14, 1985
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(Studio) President P.W. Botha's criticism of Zambian meeting between white South African business leaders and African National Congress quoted.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Johannesburg, South Africa) Econ. problems related to apartheid and prospect of revolution, leading to Zambian meeting, examined. [Businessmen Raymond ACKERMAN, Tony BLOOM - note apartheid system relies on business community; cite cost of supporting system.] Status of black unions in South Africa considered. [Association of Chambers of Commerce spokesperson Raymond PARSONS - notes instability is not good for business]
REPORTER: John Blackstone

(Studio) South African government's effort to control news coverage of racial unrest there, include expelling "Newsweek" reporter, outlined.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

Reporter(s):
Blackstone, John;
Schieffer, Bob
Duration:
00:02:10

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