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South Africa / Tambo Funeral, East London Murders / Violence #350549

CBS Evening News for Sunday, May 02, 1993
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Funeral services for black South Africa leader Oliver Tambo shown. Murder of five whites by a black gunman in East London, South Africa, reported; scenes shown from the site.

(Uitenhage: Allen Pizzey) The growing right-wing movement in South Africa that is opposed to any black government featured; scenes shown. [Afrikaner Resistance Movement Eugene TERRE BLANCHE - challenges the government.] [South African Communist Party Joe SLOVO - makes speech.] [World Apartheid Movement Koos VERMEULEN - comments.] The whites' vision of manifest destiny reviewed.

Chung, Connie;
Pizzey, Allen

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