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South Africa now [7/18/90]

Author: Fana Kekana; Mweli Mzizi; Globalvision, Inc.; Africa Fund (New York, N.Y.)
Publisher: 1990.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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1. Nelson Mandela and South African president F.W. De Klerk meet. 2. Frontline: The PAC endorses a call by the ANC for a united front. 3. PAC exiles accuse government of insincerity. 4. Examination of the effect of Margaret Thatcher's resignation on Southern Africa. 5. Frontline focus: In-depth look at Third World economic troubles and possible solutions. Special emphasis on the effects of the Gulf Crisis and  Read more...
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Named Person: Maryanne Callaghan
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Fana Kekana; Mweli Mzizi; Globalvision, Inc.; Africa Fund (New York, N.Y.)
OCLC Number: 78403286
Notes: VHS.
The second program (August 13, 1990) is identical to the first program (August 6, 1990).
Date taken from program notes and supplied by cataloger.
Credits: Executive producer, Danny Schechter; director, Bob Purdue.
Event notes: Filmed off-air from a KQEC-TV broadcast on August 6, 1990.
Description: 1 videocassette : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Contents: News with Fana Kekana and Mweli Mzizi--Federal Intelligence Operations busts Maryanne Callaghan who traded with South Africa--Covering coverage; South Africa in the Western press--Toxic dumping in South Africa: waste exported by the U.S.--Art of the townships.
Responsibility: [produced by] Global Vision, Inc. in association with the Africa Fund.

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1. Nelson Mandela and South African president F.W. De Klerk meet. 2. Frontline: The PAC endorses a call by the ANC for a united front. 3. PAC exiles accuse government of insincerity. 4. Examination of the effect of Margaret Thatcher's resignation on Southern Africa. 5. Frontline focus: In-depth look at Third World economic troubles and possible solutions. Special emphasis on the effects of the Gulf Crisis and regional armed conflict. 6. Covering the coverage: A Boston University student shares results of a ten-year study of how American TV covered Southern Africa. 7. Greenpeace in South Africa. 8. In-Depth: Grassroots activist Sister Bernard Ncube of The Institute for Contextual Theology. 9. Culture: Viva Mandela video by South Africa's leading artists.

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