CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 07, 1986
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Congress delegation, meeting in South Africa with foreign minister Pik Botha, reported denied permission to meet with jailed dissident Nelson Mandela. (Johannesburg, South Africa: John Blackstone) Mass firings of black platinum miners in South Africa examined; scenes shown. [Impala Mines spokesperson Gary MAUDE - is confident mine will resume production soon.] Background to wage dispute reviewed. [Labor analyst Clive THOMPSON - explains motive behind mine company's actions.]
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