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South Africa / Mandela Separation #343759

CBS Evening News for Monday, Apr 13, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Johannesburg: Mike Sullivan) African National Congress president Nelson Mandela reported announcing today that he is separating from his wife, Winnie Mandela. [MANDELA - comments on his wife.] Wedding photograph of the two shown; historical footage shown of Nelson Mandela's arrest. Winnie Mandela's kidnapping and accessory to assault conviction last year recalled; scenes of her shown. [Former Mandela driver John MORGAN - comments on Winnie Mandela's involvement in the murder of a teen activist.] [Dr. Nthato MOTLANA - comments on the separation.]

Rather, Dan;
Sullivan, Mike

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