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Meg Vaillancourt interviews Gabu Tugwana by telephone
Program:
[Interview with Gabu Tugwana, part 2]
Original Airdate: 2/12/1990

Length: 00:03:37
Item Type: newstape - edited story master


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Description : Abstract
Meg Vaillancourt interviews Gabu Tugwana (editor, The New Nation) over the telephone. Tugwana describes the euphoric reaction to the arrival of Nelson Mandela (black South African leader) in Johannesburg today. Vaillancourt's report includes footage of Nelson Mandela, Winnie Mandela (wife of Nelson Mandela), and Desmond Tutu (black South African leader). Vaillancourt notes that 36 black South Africans have been killed in 24 hours of political unrest. Tugwana discusses the political unrest in South Africa and voices concern for Nelson Mandela's safety. Tugwana predicts that the fears of white South Africans will be assuaged when they hear Nelson Mandela speak about the future of the country. Vaillancourt notes that Nelson Mandela's return to Soweto has been postponed for safety reasons.Vaillancourt's report is accompanied by footage of black and white South Africans and by footage of political unrest in the streets.


Contributor : Reporter
Meg Vaillancourt
Format : Tape 7074   Barcode   Script is available.
3/4" cassette 106160 
VHS cassette 106326 
Betacam cassette 106375 
digital betacam cassette 106374 

Subject : Keywords
Apartheid
Journalists

Subject : Personal Names
de Klerk, F.W.
Mandela, Nelson
Mandela, Winnie
Tugwana, Gabu
Tutu, Desmond
Vaillancourt, Meg

Subject : Corporate Names (Organization names)
African National Congress (ANC)
New Nation (newspaper)

Subject : Geographic Locations
South Africa

Type : Genre
News - Unedited



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