South Africa Issues
Presidents Clinton and Mandela commended Caucus members for helping to raise the consciousness of all Americans to the injustice of apartheid and… read more
Presidents Clinton and Mandela commended Caucus members for helping to raise the consciousness of all Americans to the injustice of apartheid and for consistently acting upon their commitment to South Africa’s freedom. President Clinton said the United States must help South Africa to create jobs, housing, and schools; improve health care; and fight illiteracy and poverty. He also discussed the $3 billion aid package to South Africa this year for economic assistance and humanitarian relief. President Mandela also discussed the past few months of his term and the goals of his administration. close
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Bill Clinton U.S. President United States
Nelson Mandela President South Africa
Situation in South Africa
F.W. de Klerk, Nobel laureate and former South African president, addressed the recent elections and the path South Africa…
U.S. Representative Martin R-IL discussed her trip in South Africa and responded to callers' questions.
President Ronald Reagan talked about the United States policy towards South Africa.
South Africa's Democratic Future
President Mandela addressed the committee one day after blacks were given a role in the South African government. He…