DISPATCHES: The OTHER MANDELA
DISPATCHES reports on the rise from the politically dead of Winnie Mandela and looks at how the disgraced estranged wife of Nelson Mandela could become his most powerful political opponent after this month's South African elect- ions.
The rise in popularity of Winnie Mandela. After her trial for murder and rumours about her adultery and stealing from ANC funds there is a possiblity that she may be elected to the cabinet after the April 1994 election. Includes comments from Blade Nzimande of the ANC; Pallo Jordan, the Head of Information, ANC; Parks Tam and Dan Moshugo, ANC canvassers; Ruth Tshabangu a township pupil; Martinus Van Schalkwyk MP of the National Party; and Jaki Seroke of the Pan African Confrence. Also covers the electioneering of the National Party and the Pan African Congress (PAC).