[Interview with Zwelakhe Sisulu]
Original Airdate: 5/8/1989
Item Type: newstape - edited story master
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Carmen Fields interviews Zwelakhe Sisulu (South African journalist) about the situation in South Africa. Fields notes that Sisulu was jailed for two years without charges by the South African government. Fields report includes footage of Sisulu celebrating with his family upon his release from jail. Fields' report also includes footage of Sisulu discussing his confinment and the terms of his release. He talks about the government's censorship of the press. Sisulu urges the US to impose sanctions on the South African government and talks about the effects of sanctions. Fields notes that F.W. de Klerk is expected to be elected the new leader of South Africa on September 6, 1989. She adds that the black majority in South Africa is not allowed to vote. Fields's report includes footage of de Klerk giving a speech and footage of South African citizens. In the interview, Sisulu says that does not believe that de Klerk will institute changes in the South African regime. Sisulu says that the black majority will not be content with negotiations. Sisulu says that the tension is great because the black majority wants a transfer of power.
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de Klerk, F.W.
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New Nation (newspaper)
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News - Television
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