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Discussion with Nickel & Makhubela #869122

CNN Evening News for Friday, Sep 11, 1992
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(Studio: Bernard Shaw)(Discussion with Herman Nickel, Former United States Ambassador to South Africa & Kingsley Makhubela, Deputy Representative of ANC Mission to U.N.) People opposed to Nelson Mandela and African National Congress in other homelands; Foreign Minister of S. Africa asked the United Nations to send an envoy to put down violence and break impasse; Prediction of negotiations timespan to happen within a year; Government is taking no steps to curtail violence; Continued violence depends on ability of South Africa government to address issue efficiently; Need to see implementation of previously agreements.


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