NBC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 30, 1994
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(Johannesburg: Brian Williams) Report introduced.
(Johannesburg: Keith Miller) The slow process of counting the paper ballots in South Africa's elections featured; scenes shown of crowds, of ballot counting, ANC celebrations. [On TV, independence electoral commission Humphrey KHOZA - says things are on course.] [Zulu King Goodwill ZWELETHINI - comments.]
(Johannesburg: Brian Williams) Interview held with ANC executive committee's Pallo Jordan about the role of whites and blacks in the new South Africa. [JORDAN - says the country will require their skills; explains how a Nelson Mandela presidency will reach the poor black people of Soweto.]
(Johannesburg: Brian Williams) The new image for a changing South African police force, which must earn the confidence of blacks, examined; historical film and current scenes shown of weaponry confiscated from the white right wing by the police. [Police Craig KOZE - cites the lack of violence during the election week; says threats to the new democracy will be dealt with.]