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South Africa / Mandela #575783

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jun 21, 1990
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) South African government reported accusing African National Congress of holding up reform progress; Nelson Mandela's reply mentioned. [Accompanied by Jesse Jackson, MANDELA - comments on reports that he is tired.] Church service tribute to Mandela reported; scenes shown from New York. [MANDELA - speaks at service.] Report introduced.

(New York: Brad Willis) Mandela tour's fund-raising activities across United States featured; details given; scenes shown. [MANDELA - asks for financial support.] [WOMAN, Mandela tour national director Randall ROBINSON - comment.] [White supremacist Robert VAN TONDER - says ANC will use money to buy arms.] [ROBINSON - defends ANC.] [MAN - says whatever it takes.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Willis, Brad

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