NBC Evening News for Saturday, Nov 05, 1983
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(Studio) Recent election in South Africa giving limited political voice to some non-whites recalled.
REPORTER: Connie Chung
(Johannesburg, South Africa) South Africa's entrenched apartheid and its impact on blacks examined; films shown. Concern that Indians and those designated "colored" actually lost ground in battle for equality with recent election considered. [Liberal party spokesperson Sheena DUNCAN - anticipates intense conflict within non-white communities between those accepting system and those opposing it.] Indian Beebee Mullah's recent legal battle over location of part of her house, straddling line between Indian and white neighborhoods, detailed. [MULLAH - feels outcome of case is ridiculous.] Implications of South Africa's constitutional division of population into racial groups noted.
REPORTER: James Compton