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South Africa / Elections / Zimbabwe #356243

CBS Evening News for Friday, Apr 22, 1994
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Assurances from African National Congress president Nelson Mandela to the South Africa stock exchange that he is committed to economic stability if he wins the nation's first free elections reported; scenes shown.

(No location given: Dan Rather) Zimbabwe's shift from white minority control of Rhodesia to black majority rule examined as a model for South Africa; scenes shown from Zimbabwe while its post- revolution economy is reviewed. [South African citizen Debbie WALKDEN - says life has become too cheap here.] [Zimbabwe President Robert MUGABE, white farmers David HASSLACH, Allon CROUCH, black WOMAN, last Rhodesian prime minister Ian SMITH - talk about the changes in Zimbabwe.]

(Studio: Connie Chung) The voting in South Africa said beginning on Tuesday.

Reporter(s):
Chung, Connie;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:04:20

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