CBS Evening News for Friday, Nov 29, 1991
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Agreement by white and black South Africans to begin talks on a new constitution that could end white minority rule reported; scenes shown.
(On the 7:00 AM from Soweto: Allen Pizzey) Violence on South Africa's "trains of death" featured; scenes shown on board Soweto commuter trains whose traffic has been cut by black-on-black terrorism. [Tea lady Gasta NKUNAZI - explains why she rides the train despite danger.]
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