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South Africa / State of Emergency #310251

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jun 13, 1986
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Mtg. in South Africa between Bishop Desmond Tutu and President P.W. Botha reported State of emergency in South Africa noted.

(Johannesburg, South Africa: Allen Pizzey) Conditions in South Africa described; details given, scenes shown. Seizures of newspapers, "Weekly Mail" and "Sowetan", reported [Bureau of Info. spokesperson Dave STEWARD - states government position with regard to media.] [PEOPLE - comment.] Afrikaaner Resistance Mvt. mentioned. [Barclays Bank, South Africa spokesperson Chris BALL - comments on economy situation.] [STEWARD - comments.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) Reaction of President Reagan and administration stated; refusal to consider economy sanctions noted. Report introduced.

(DC: Deborah Potter) [REAGAN - comments on situation in South Africa.] [Secretary of State George SHULTZ - comments.] United States companies' decisions to withdraw from South Africa reported; details given, scenes shown. [Microsoft Company spokesperson Robert O'REAR - comments.] [TransAfrica spokesperson Randall ROBINSON - comments.] [New York City comptroller Harrison GOLDIN - comments.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) Anchor's interview with Tutu shown. [TUTU - comments on mtg. with Botha; responds to question with regard to President Reagan's stance on economy sanctions.] South African government expulsion of CBS News camera operator Wim de Vos reported

Reporter(s):
Pizzey, Allen;
Potter, Deborah;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:07:00

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