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South Africa / Violence and Its Effects #93894

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 24, 1985
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(Studio) United States State Department remarks with regard to detention of South African activist Winnie Mandela and bombing of Durban shopping center reported Effects of continuing escalation of violence noted.
REPORTER: Richard Threlkeld

(Johannesburg, South Africa) Family of John Kennedy given as example of those who are leaving South Africa permanently. Kennedys said emigrating to Australia. [KENNEDY - comments.] Patrick and Susan Ward said moving also. [Susan WARD - comments.] [US Consulate spokesperson Robert TATGET - comments on phenomenon of white, professional South Africans leaving country.] [MAN - talks to group with regard to emigration.] Reactions to so-called "white flight" stated. [Patrick WARD - comments.] [Journalist Greg STRUTHERS - comments.]
REPORTER: Jim Hickey

Hickey, Jim;
Threlkeld, Richard

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