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South Africa Riots / Vorster #488784

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jun 21, 1976
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(Studio) Blacks riot in townships near Pretoria and Johannesburg, South Africa. 140 killed in riots; 1000 injured.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Near pretoria, South Africa) Africans set fire to bldgs. Rioters dispersed with tear gas. Black pupils in Johannesburg revolted Wednesday against learning Afrikaans language. Govt. to discuss black grievances with African urban leaders
REPORTER: George Montgomery

(Studio) South Africa premier John Vorster meets with 20 of his ambs. in West Germany. Vorster to meet Wednesday with Secretary Kissinger.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

Brinkley, David;
Chancellor, John;
Montgomery, George

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