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South Africa / State of Emergency #333589

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jun 07, 1990
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(Studio: Ed Bradley) Report introduced.

(Natal Province: Richard Wagner) South African President F.W. de Klerk reported ending state of emergency; scenes shown of de Klerk in Capetown, South Africa. [De KLERK - says African National Congress must now stop vacillating.] ANC leader Nelson Mandela reported visiting Europe to encourage continued economic sanctions against South African government; scenes shown of Paris. [MANDELA - says apartheid is still in place.] State of emergency noted remaining in effect in province of Natal, South Africa, because of black-on-black violence; scenes shown of army patrols in black townships. Conservative whites, angry at reforms, noted nearly defeating government's parliament candidate. [Conservative party leader Andries TRUERNICHT - says National party would not win a general election.]

Bradley, Ed;
Wagner, Richard

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