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South Africa / Magopa Tribe / Land Expropriation #568871

NBC Evening News for Sunday, May 07, 1989
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) Report introduced.

(Magopa, South Africa: Robin Lloyd) Magopa tribe of South Africa featured; details given of government's destruction of their village and seizing of their ancestral lands in accordance with apartheid regulations; scenes shown from Magopa, South Africa. [Magopa tribesman who refuses to leave, Dan. MOLATSI - describes where his house was.] Govt.'s refusal to alter its policy of consolidating white areas noted. [White farmer Chris BRADENBOEK - (thru translator) says there will be conflict if Magopas are allowed to stay.] [Lawyers for Human Rights spokesperson Jules BROWDE - says putting white farmers on these lands is not a "public purpose."]

Utley, Garrick;
Lloyd, Robin

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