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South Africa / Hertz Withdrawal, Miners Strike #317233

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Aug 23, 1987
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(Studio: Charles Osgood) Hertz reported withdrawing from South Africa. Contd. miners strike noted.

(Johannesburg, South Africa: Martha Teichner) Role of black labor movement in anti-apartheid effort examined; details given, scenes shown. [Allan BOESAK - praises continued existence of United Democrat Front.] UDF's current disarray described. [Ind. sociologist Duncan INNES - notes unions are being used as vehicle through which political opposition to white government is accomplished.] [Trade federal president Elijah BARAYI - considers civil rights an econ. issue.] Govt. said drafting legislature to curb growing power of black unions.

Osgood, Charles;
Teichner, Martha

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