[Interview with Lindiwe Mabuza]
Original Airdate: 10/23/1989
Item Type: newstape - edited story master
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Carmen Fields interviews Lindiwe Mabuza (African National Congress) about apartheid in South Africa. Mabuza discusses apartheid and South African politics. Mabuza says that F.W. de Klerk (President of South Africa) is not committed to fundamental changes in the regime. He adds that the African National Congress (ANC) is struggling for a united, democratic, and non-racial South Africa. Fields reports that black South Africans are celebrating the recent release of eight political prisoners. Mabuza talks about the release of the prisoners and the role of the ANC. Mabuza discusses the possibility of negotiations with the South African government. He reviews the conditions under which black South Africans could negotiate with the South African government. Mabuza talks about his support for sanctions on the South African government. Fields' report is accompanied by footage of de Klerk, footage of black South Africans celebrating the release of prisoners and footage of a large demonstration by black South Africans.
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Subject : Personal Names
de Klerk, F.W.
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African National Congress (ANC)
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News - Television
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