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- Date: 1st January 1996
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- City: CUTSPOT
- Country: Various
- Reuters ID: 96JAN01R01
- Story Text:CUTSPOTS 01/96:
01.10.59 CONSERVATION: RED PANDA BABIES AT JOHANNESBURG ZOO
01.11.12 EXTERIOR ZOO ENTRANCE
01.11.20 PANDA IN CAGE
01.11.46 PANDA CUBS IN WOODEN BOX
01.12.23 VARIOUS PANDAS IN TREES
01.12.31 ZOO SPOKESMAN: The red panda that we have at the zoo are part of the zoo's whole global breeding programme;that is a highly endangered specie; we have about a 130 species in captivity world wide. Obviously the idea is to release pandas back into their natural habitat so all the zoos that are involved in that breeding programme would be breeding with that aim for eventual reintroduction back into the wild and then the zoo can also keep a stable population; Should you get a natural distaster occurring in their wild state the zoos would then be able to re-stock into nature. The zoo tends to be Noah's Ark where we're holding stock for posssible release back.
01.13.20 WIDE CAGE
01.13.40 PHOTO-OP: MANDELA & D'OLIVIERA AT PRETORIA PRESIDENTIAL RESIDENCE WIDE EXTERIOR
01.14.03 MANDELA & D'OLIVIERA COMING OUT WITH ALI BACHER [CRICKET] & CRICKET CAPTIAN HANSIE CRONJE
01.14.14 MANDELA: All of you know certainly about D'Oliviera who caused ripples here during the time of Voster and he was playing with the British Cricket Team & he was selected to come down with the team but of course in the old days it was unheard of you know that a black ma should come and play in SA against a white team, so Voster refused that he should come & the British were very committed to democratic principles and they cancelled the trip. And even ourselves from the countryside said we then knew about him so when I heard that he was in the country I thought that we will not regard it as a humiliation to come and join me and I'm very honoured indeed that he should be here and I thought that Hansie should be here because they've done very well. When I go on a State visit to England I'll apologise formally to the Queen.
01.15.41 WIDE ...so it was mere to pay my respects to our famous visitor.
01.16.04 MANDELA: Oh no it was almost decicive because although they could use a number of strategies against the political movement itself...they were really paralysed; there was nothing that they could do and for them to be regarded as the polecat of the world & to be isolated from sports completely was one of the biggest blows against SA; so sports played a very important role in forcing the regime at the time to abandon Apartheid.
01.16.59 D'OLIVIERA: It;s the greatest day of my life, to meet him this marvelous man; i always thought a of him read a lot about him now I've actually met him. Brilliant and to come back to this new Sa has been absolutely marvelous...TO SEE A COLOURED PLAYER FINALLY IN THE TEST SIDE? I think that says it all as far as I am concerned; selection is there now the chance is there now for everybody...the most important thing about SA coming back, is not SA coming back so much into the fold, but that everybody now has a chance of playing, that's the important part to me.
01.17.54 MANDELA PUTTING ON THE NATIONAL CRICKET TEAM'S BLAZER
01.18.09 SA OPEN GOLF TOURNAMENT
01.18.45 DAVID HOWEL
01.20.24 BREBDEN PAPPAS
01.20.33 ERNIE ELS
01.21.49 ERNIE PUTTING BIRDIE - WINS
AFTERMATH VIOLENCE & FUNERAL:
01.23.23 KWAZULU-NATAL: ANC FUNERAL & AFTERMATH OF VIOLENCE WIDE OF RURAL AREA GREN HILLS
01.23.29 BURNT-OUT HUTS
01.23.32 WIDE OF POLICE CONVOY
01.23.40 ANC MARCHING DOWN ROAD
01.23.42 CHOPPER WITH SOLDIERS
01.23.49 CARRYING COFFINS COVERED WITH ANC FLAGS
01.23.53 CRYING WOMAN
01.24.00 POLICE CARRYING BODIES IN BAGS TO TRUCKS
01.24.13 BURNT-OUT HUT
REMOVAL OF APARTHEID PAINTINGS PARLIAMENT
01.24.46 LOUIS BOTHA STATUE NEAR PARLIAMENT IN CAPE TOWN
01.25.05 PAINTINGS IN PARLIAMENT BUILDING
01.25.17 PAINTING BEING REMOVED
01.25.47 REAX. CYRIL RAMAPHOSA: Everything we do or display on our walls in my view should be reflective of that new SA so I'm rather pleased.
01.26.00 MORE GV'S OF REMOVING PAINTINGS
01.26.19 NP REAX. We accept the fact that under the new government it will have to be removed but we asked for it not to be put in a storeroom somewhere under the dust but ofr it to be put in a museam or somewhere where it can be conserved for future generation.
01.26.35 REAX.??? So we believe that by removing portraits and paintings that's not going to blot out the history of SA, not in any way; it's still going to be there; in fact we believe that these indications of what had happened in the past should remain there, should remain somewhere so that we will at all times be reminded that we shouldn't repeat the mistakes of the past, of colonialism of discrimination and of a domination.
01.27.15 VOX POPS STREETS OF CAPE TOWN
01.28.23 WIDE SHOT OF PAINTING OF CABINET
01.28.36 PHOTO-OP: MANDELA WITH GEORGE WEIGH AT HOUGHTON RESIDENCE EXTERORIORS HOUSE
01.28.52 MANDELA WITH WEIGH OUTSIDE ON STEPS
01.29.05 MANDELA: The honours that he has received makes even State Presidents feeel that it's a special priviledge to welcome him & it's an exciting moment indeed & I hope that you don't feel humiliated by coming here to shake hands with me.
01.29.34 GEORGE WEIGH: To come to SA...was always my dream to be here to shake hands with our dear President & today I am the happiest man in the world & when I go back I shook the President's hand and thanks for everything, and thanks for inspiring the youth of Africa and I wish him good luck & I wish him success. Thanks.
01.30.00 MANDELA & GEORGE SHAKING HANDS
01.30.44 ZAMBIA VS EYGYPT SOCCER MATCH - WON BY ZAMBIA 3-1
01.31.22 EGYPT SCORING GOAL
01.31.41 ZAMBIA SCORING GOAL
01.32.17 ZAMBIA SCORING ANOTHER GOAL
01.32.30 ZAMBIA SCORING GOAL
01.33.06 ALRODE MASSACRE
01.33.24 LOW ANGLE SHOW LYING IN STREET
01.33.32 CROW OF PEOPLE GATHERED NEXT TO ROAD
01.33.48 POLICE ARRIVAL
01.34.13 VOX POPS: The reason for the shooting I can't say what it could be...maybe they were trying to threaten some of the people to scare them not to come to seek for job at the same company.
01.34.30 WIDE GATES TO NATALSPRUIT HOSPITAL
01.34.38 INJURED LYING ON BLOODY SHEETS ON TROLLEY
01.35.01 MAN REAVEALING WOUND ON HIS BUTT
01.35.12 INTERVIEW: DOCTOR We had 21 casualties arrive at the hospital from the incident in Alrode, 15 of whom were admitted, one died prior to admission in casualty and the others were treated and discharged.
01.35.27 INJURED ON STRETCHERS - BLOODY SHEETS
01.35.38 REAX. INJURED MAN IN BED We were at the company looking for job when people came and shoot us without knowing what's going on.
01.36.12 PATIENTS IN BED
01.36.15 CROWD GATHERED OUTSIDE GATES
01.36.43 MINE ROCK FALL - WIDE EXTERIOR OF COAL MINE
01.37.07 AMBULANCE ARRIVING
01.37.15 MINERS WATCHING
01.37.28 REAX. MAN WHO DIGGED MINERS OUT
01.38.05 MAN COMPLAINING ABOUT THE SAFETY STANDARS
01.38.24 AJ ORENSTEIN HOSPITAL EXTERIORS
01.38.36 TREATING PATIENTS
01.39.02 PRESSER: MINE MANAGEMENT - 17 WORKERS INVOLVED 8 RESCUED 1 DEAD
01.39.38 EXTERIOR SURFACE OF MINE
01.39.59 EXECUTIVE OUTCOMES PULL-OUT OF ANGOLA - AERIALS
01.40.25 EXECUTIVE OUTCOMES PERSONNEL GATHERED AT AIRPORT WITH LUGGAGE
01.40.36 LOADING LUGGAGE
01.41.10 ANGOLAN SOLDIERS
01.41.42 BARLOW GREETING UN & MILITARY OFFICIALS
01.41.52 UNAVEM 111 SOLDIERS
01.42.37 PRESS BRIEFING ANGOLAN COMMANDOS & EXECUTIVE OUTCOMES
01.43.32 REAX. BARLOW At the end of the day we feel very proud of what the guys achieved here; if it wasn't for the guys who sacrificed quite a lot to be here i.t.o. comfort and living conditions & being away from their families for very long periods at a time - often going through very hard frustrating times, times that they often faced grave personal risk - I think one can really only applaud them for what they managed to achieve because no one else wanted to train the Angolan army; we came in amidst great controversy; we were accused of virtually everything under the sun...from cannibalism that we were practising on our own people to smuggling diamonds to goodness alone knows what else - amidst all that the guys still remained steadfast...and the result is what we're finally seeing in Angola now that is our withdrawel & a political settlement which has been reached and I think for the sub-region in itselfd that's good.
01.44.40 REAX UNITED NATIONS The Un is here operating in a country that has a government...and the government here looked at Executive Outcomes as technical ??? and we've got no reason to say otherwise.
01.45.07 EXECUTIVE OUTCOMES BOARDING PLANE
01.45.34 PLANE TAKING OFF
01.46.05 MANDELA MEETING HAVELANGE & SA SOCCER SQUAD
01.46.19 ARRIVAL MANDELA [DRESSED IN SA SOCCER SHIRT]
01.46.51 CUTAWAYS PRESS
01.47.01 HAVELANGE: I present the official medal of FIFA to the President of SA.
01.47.16 MANDELA: To have brought the competition for the Africa Cup to this country is a shot in the arm for us, for our sports teams and we are looking forward for the tournament tomorrow. As I pointed out to him inside it's not the number of goals that are going to be scored, but the result of this competition is going to bring the African nations closer to one another and that is a great achievement indeed because the world today is becoming very small and inter-dependent and sports is also contributing to that.
01.48.01 HAVELANGE [IN FRENCH]
01.48.41 MANDELA WALKING DOWN STEPS WITH SA SOCCER SQUAD
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