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South Africa / ANC / Discussion Ambasador Nickel #869120

CNN Evening News for Friday, Sep 11, 1992
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(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Prime Issue; South Africa African National Congress leaders opened up talks; Black township of Ciskei was fired upon; Homelands allied with government and oppose the ANC; Talks over violence are crucial to revive political talks of giving blacks the vote. [Excerpt of President F.W. DE KLERK, South Africa; Remarks from Nelson MANDELA, ANC Leader.]

(Discussion with Herman Nickel, Former United States Ambassador to South Africa) No issues that the government can settle by itself without talking to the ANC; Negotiations are the only way to achieve some type of halt to the violence.


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