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South Africa / Racial Violence #92717

ABC Evening News for Friday, Oct 18, 1985
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(Studio) South African government, rejecting appeals for clemency from US, UN, the Commonwealth and the European Econ. Community, said executing Ben. Moloise today.
REPORTER: Peter Jennings

(Johannesburg, South Africa) Violence following Moloise's hanging examined; background to his conviction and role in African National Congress reviewed. Scenes, photograph shown. [Pauline MOLOISE - criticizes government's refusal to allow her and son to visit before his death.] Winnie Mandela, wife of jailed ANC dissident Nelson Mandela, said risking arrest by speaking out. [MANDELA - asks for united fight against immoral regime.] Extent of violence throughout South Africa examine Moloise quoted.
REPORTER: Jim Hickey

Hickey, Jim;
Jennings, Peter

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