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South Africa / Black-White Rift / Boipatong Massacre #587208

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 23, 1992
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(Studio: Jane Pauley) Report introduced.

(Johannesburg: Charles McLean) Rift between the white South African government and the African National Congress (ANC) over political violence issues examined. [ANC secretary general Cyril RAMAPHOSA - says the ANC will break off bilateral talks.] Victims of recent violence in the black township of Boipatong, South Africa, shown. [African National Congress president Nelson MANDELA - suggests that South African President F.W. De Klerk has lost control of the security forces.] [South African Prime Minister Roelof "Pik" BOTHA - defends the government.] Mandela's call for a general strike on Monday mentioned.

McLean, Charles;
Pauley, Jane

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