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South Africa / Boycott, Racial Violence #309597

CBS Evening News for Monday, Apr 07, 1986
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Resumption of black boycott of white stores in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, reported; March death toll from racial violence in South Africa noted.

(Munsieville, South Africa: John Blackstone) Violence inherent in apartheid said illustrated by military's guardposts protecting white neighborhoods; scenes shown. [Danny FRAY, Lloyd SUNGUANI - describe their respective plights.] Living conditions in each neighborhood described, shown. [Munsieville Residents Association spokesperson Lawrence NTLOKOA - notes whites demand blacks' land now.] Govt.'s construction of fence and security tactics against black neighborhoods noted.

Blackstone, John;
Rather, Dan

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