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South Africa / Mandela / Violence #93866

ABC Evening News for Monday, Dec 23, 1985
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(Studio) Contd. problems noted in South Africa with regard to apartheid, include Winnie Mandela's reaction to government restrictions on her.
REPORTER: Richard Threlkeld

(No location given) Mandela's release from jail and return to Johannesburg twp. of Soweto, where she is banned, noted. [MANDELA - comments.] Background on current situation between government and Mandela, detailed; scenes shown. [MANDELA - describes arrest for returning to house in Soweto.] [Bishop Desmond TUTU - comments.] Mandela's departure for Capetown noted; husband, Nelson Mandela's, imprisonment there mentioned. Other violence in South Africa reported, include bombing near Durban and shootings in Soweto. African National Congress group mentioned.

Lee, Mike;
Threlkeld, Richard

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