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South Africa / Mandela Release #331135

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Feb 01, 1990
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(Washington: Bob Schieffer) Nelson Mandela reported invited to White House upon his release from prison in South Africa. Report introduced.

(Capetown: Richard Wagner) President F.W. de Klerk reported expected to meet with Mandela to discuss conditions of latter's release; details given; scenes shown. [Anti-apartheid activist Allan BOESAK - comments.] Protest march in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, reported; details given of alleged death squad murders there; scenes shown. De Klerk's problems discussed. [Anti-apartheid activist Cheryl CAROLUS - says de Klerk should disassociate himself from apartheid.]

Schieffer, Bob;
Wagner, Richard

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