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[Nelson] Mandela Inauguration

Coverage of the Presidential inauguration in Pretoria, S.A. of the first multi-racial democratically elected candidates in South African history. The candidates are sworn in by the Chief Justice, and Bishop Tutu gives the benediction. President Mandela's acceptance speech emphasizes reconciliation and renewal. Licensed off-the-air recording made on 05/10/94 from a broadcast by C-SPAN. 83 min.

[Nelson] Mandela: Nightline in South Africa. Nelson Mandela: Wednesday, February 7, 1990 & Monday, February 12, 1990

Two broadcasts originating from South Africa. The first presents the phenomenon of Nelson Mandela and the contrast between ABC News' last visit in 1985 and the present visit in 1990. The second records Nelson Mandela's first full day of freedom after his release from prison. Both segments examine his influence on South Africa through interviews with African politicians, political prisoners, journalists, Mandela's attorney and his wife, Winnie Mandela. 1990. 66 min.

[Nelson] Mandela: Special Report.

Program is not complete. Filmed off-air by the Office of Media Services, UC Berkeley, February 12,1990. [preservation copy]

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