UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA - AFRICAN STUDIES CENTER
A new flag, a new national anthem, and a multiracial government are all part of the new South Africa. But the country's auspicious beginning must now be followed by the hard work of governing. In this program of Common Ground, the second in a two-part look at the new South Africa, citizens discuss their country's brighter future. Interviews include Klippies Kritzinger, professor of missiology at the University of South Africa; Mzome Mathe, organizing secretary of the South African Council of Churches, Ladysmith; Ed Tillet, spokesman for the Inkatha Freedom Party Information Centre; Jenny de Tolly, president of Black Sash; and other residents of South Africa.
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