This program is 28 minutes long
(Johannesburg: Peter Jennings) Election terror in South Africa featured; scenes shown from Germiston, South Africa, where another car bomb went off near a black political party office and from Pretoria, South Africa, where a bomb was thrown into a restaurant. [African National Congress president Nelson MANDELA, South African President F.W. De KLERK - oppose terrorism.] The government's plan to deploy the police and army during the election noted.
(Johannesburg: Jim Laurie) The white radical right in South Africa, who are opposed to a new South Africa and want a Volkstadt, a separate Afrikaner state, examined; scenes shown from a training camp for white Afrikaners. [Extremist Eugene TERRE BLANCHE, Eddie VON MALTITZ - comment.] [Political analyst Wim BOOYSE - talks about the white resistance cells.]
(Johannesburg: Peter Jennings) The death toll in the last three weeks of the civil war in Rwanda reported.
(Studio: Catherine Crier) Reports introduced.
(Sarajevo: Tony Birtley) The Serb withdrawal of men and weapons from Gorazde, Bosnia, while the United Nations moved in during the fragile cease-fire featured; scenes shown of the United Nations carrying the wounded to Sarajevo. [UNHCR Dr. Mary McLOUGHLIN - describes conditions during the shelling.] [UN commander General Michael ROSE - says we are monitoring the Serbs' activities.]
(White House: Brit Hume) Western policy for the cease-fire in Gorazde and for peace talks about all of Bosnia featured; scenes shown from Gorazde. [President CLINTON - says the NATO/UN pressure seems to have worked; explains why the United Nations forces delayed a NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) air strike.]
(Studio: Catherine Crier) Appointment of Tsutomu Hata as Japan's new prime minister and his first political crisis reported; scenes shown from Tokyo.
(Studio: Catherine Crier) Services for Americans killed by "friendly fire" over Iraq reported; scenes shown from Fort Myer, Virginia.
(Studio: Catherine Crier) Report introduced.
(Capitol Hill: John Cochran) Campaign in Congress and the White House to add an assault weapons ban to the House crime bill examined. [President CLINTON; at hearings, assault weapon victim's spouses Steve SPOSATO, Michelle SCULLY, victim Suzanna GRATIA - offer views on assault weapons.] [Representative Charles SCHUMER, NRA's Tanya MATOCKSA - debate the issue.]
(Studio: Catherine Crier) Consumer group's warning about fat in movie theater popcorn reported.
(Johannesburg: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.
(Seck-a-coon-ee: George Strait) Black expectations for a new South Africa featured; scenes shown from the black living areas that need things like water, education, medical care and jobs from the new government. [Black PEOPLE - cite what they want.]
(Johannesburg: Peter Jennings) The people's investment of hope in African National Congress president Nelson Mandela reported; scenes shown of the people greeting him.
(Johannesburg: Aaron Brown) White expectations for a new South Africa examined; scenes shown from an old-time town dominated by Afrikaners. [Whites Rose LOURIA, Koos VAN der MERWE, Japie and Heilene STEENKAMP - express their worries about the time when a black majority rules.]
(Johannesburg: Peter Jennings) Voter education in South Africa, where most of the blacks are illiterate, featured; scenes shown of TV's voter education game show, a rap group teaching high schoolers and volunteers going out to the people. The problem of the inaccessibility of most blacks in rural areas detailed.