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(Studio: Dan Rather) State of emergency reported lifted in South Africa; details given.
(Johannesburg, South Africa: Allen Pizzey) Actual lack of change despite lifting of emergency powers explained, discussed; scenes shown. [Rev. Beyers NAUDE - notes oppressive govts. traditionally use detention tactic.] [Released detainee Sidney MOLEKANE - feels his imprisonment has strengthened him.] Police said continuing use of tactics despite lifting of emergency powers. [TV cameraman Jimmy MATTHEWS - describes police attack on crew.] [Reverend Allan BOESAK - considers lifting state of emergency a fraud.] Death toll during emergency and lack of controls on police violence reviewed. [Law professor John DUGARD - expects situation to worsen.]
(Studio: Dan Rather) South African government reported expelling Pizzey, CBS News producer William Mutschmann and cameraman Wim de Vos; expulsion said linked to network's recent broadcast of mass funeral in black township Details given, scenes shown. CBS News' response described.
- Pizzey, Allen;
- Rather, Dan
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