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South Africa / Black-On-Black Violence / Natal / Business Opportunities #598979

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 02, 1994
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Johannesburg: Linda Vester) Continuing pre-election black- on-black violence in the province of Natal, South Africa, featured; scenes shown of government troops there to enforce the state of emergency, which is opposed by the Zulus and supported by the African National Congress (ANC). [While campaigning, ANC president Nelson MANDELA - comments on the state of emergency.] [Zulu chief minister Mangosuthu BUTHELEZI - opposes the ANC.] [Institution of Race Relations John KANE-BERMAN - states Buthelezi's position.] Buthelezi and his Inkatha/Zulu followers said boycotting the election, threatening more violence and seeking political autonomy.

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Washington: Tom Pettit) The market for outside business in South Africa and the importance of peaceful elections there for it examined. [Commerce Department James HACKNEY, Aspen Institution Pauline BAKER, former assistant Secretary of State Chester CROCKER, anti-apartheid activist Reverend Leon SULLIVAN - offer views on the climate for investment in South Africa.] President Clinton noted lifting sanctions against South Africa last November. [California Governor Pete WILSON - talks about the South African economy.] Three companies recently striking deals there named.

Reporter(s):
Pettit, Tom;
Vester, Linda;
Williams, Brian
Duration:
00:04:50

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