Unedited Interviews

Interviews with South African (and some American) writers, journalists and activists made in the late ‘80s, mostly on the subject of censorship and films.

Winnie Mandela, Brandfort (100 minutes) 1985

Nadine Gordimer (48 minutes) 1988

Joanne Collinge (46 minutes) 1988

David Webster (35 minutes) 1988

Louvet of TRUSAS business organization (50 minutes) 1988

Joe Thloloe /Thami Mazwai, Boston, USA, 1988 (100 minutes) 1988

Anthony Lewis, columnist New York Times, Boston, 1988 (20 minutes) 1988

New Nation (20 minutes) – “Vrye Weekblad” with Max Du Preez (12 minutes) – “South” newspaper (16 minutes) – Mabuza in Soweto (12 minutes) 1988

Max Du Preez (62 minutes) 1988

Pat Presser, “Vrye Weekblad” (60 minutes)

Irwin Manoim “Vrye Weekblad” (20 minutes)

Harvey Tyson (60 minutes) 1988

Joe Latakgomo (35 minutes) 1988

Don Mattera (30 minutes) 1988

A. Coetzee (30 minutes) 1988

John Mattison, reporter for National Public Radio (USA) in Alexandra Township, 1988

“Don’t Gag the Weekly Mail” and “Gags Won’t Stop Us” protest forum (9 minutes); Gilbert Marcus, civil rights lawyer (35 minutes) 1988

Wally Serote, New York (40 minutes) 1988

Vivienne Walt, New York (57 minutes) 1988

Gabu Tugwana (40 minutes) 1988

McAlvany (American evangelist) lecture in SA (58 minutes) – “Together We’ll Build a Better Future”, Pat Robertson (American evangelist) with Sheila Walsh interviewed for television (30 minutes) 1988

Pat Robertson in SA church (30 minutes) 1988

GBB Afrikaans Rock band – interview – performance – church performance, 1988

Lionel Rogosin (London, 19 May 1989) (55 minutes)

Jamie Uys (Randburg, 23 July 1990 & 1 August 1990) (2 hours)

Nomsa Xaba (30 minutes)

N!Gao, lead actor of The Gods Must Be Crazy (Namibia, September 1990) (90 minutes)

Soweto children’s poems, Peter Ngwenya’s Children’s Theatre street performance; Zion church in Soweto, with children from Children’s Theatre (30 minutes)

Michael Zondo describes Sharpeville Massacre (12 August 1990), together with the Massacre (20 minutes)

US Naval vessel, Solent Amity, visits Cape Town, 1963 (8 minutes)

Mbulelo Mzamane II (Burlington, VT. 25 July 1991) (60 minutes)

John Marshal I (Mass. 24 July 1991) (60 minutes)

Mazisi Kunene (Baldwin Hills, CA, 10 June 1989) (76 minutes)

Lewis Nkosi (Wyoming, 1990) (67 minutes)

Lewis Nkosi (London, 14 December 1989) (130 minutes)

Arthur Maimane (London) (50 minutes)

Anthony Lewis (Boston, 6 February 1990 ?) (100 minutes)

Joe Thloloe & Thami Mazwai (Boston, 5 February 1989) (90 minutes)

Nate Kohn (Urbana, Illinois.) 80 minutes

CNN office interview

Thomas Mogotlane (Market Theatre, Johannesburg, 30 July 1990) (37 minutes)

Isabel Hofmeyer (Johannesburg) (13 minutes)

Mfundi Vundla (81 minutes)

John Kani (Market Theatre, 13 July, 1990) (45 minutes)

William Faure (60 minutes)

Meyer Levy (Johannesburg), 17 July 1990 (90 minutes)

Ken Gampu (outside Fordsburg cinema, Johannesburg), 22 July 1990 (30 minutes)

John Matshikiza, (30 May 1992) (39 minutes)

Rod Amateau & Harold Nebenzal (scriptwriters of The Wilby Conspiracy) (50 minutes)

Gibson Kente (Soweto, 5 August 1990) (14 minutes)

Robert van der Merwe (20 minutes)

André Brink (Cape Town, 1990), (30 minutes)

Caroline Hamilton (Jo’burg 17 July 1990) (78 minutes)

Henry Cele (Jo’burg, 28 July 1990) (25 minutes)

Oliver Schmitz (London) (40 minutes)

Lionel Ngakane (London) (90 minutes)

Ross Devenish (London) (50 minutes)

Sandy Balfour (20 minutes)

Antony Thomas, (30 minutes)

Italo Bernicchi (cinema owner and projectionist) (Johannesburg, 26 July 1990) (30 minutes) July 1990), Steven (mobile projectionist) (30 minutes)

Erica Rutherford (Toronto, 4 January 1990)(54 minutes)

Audio only: interview with Athol Fugard, circa 1980