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South Africa / Violence #334369

CBS Evening News for Friday, Aug 24, 1990
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(Amman, Jordan: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(New York: Harold Dow) South African government reported imposing emergency laws in attempt to stop fighting between blacks; scenes shown from Kagiso Township, South Africa, and from fighting; details given of fighting around Johannesburg between Nelson Mandela's African National Congress (ANC) and Zulu tribesmen. [MANDELA - criticizes measures.] [Minister of law and order Adriaan VLOK - makes statement about unrest.] Archbishop Desmond Tutu reported visiting townships and urging government to make laws temporary; scenes shown of Tutu.

Dow, Harold;
Rather, Dan

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