New Nation and South newspapers are banned

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Banned Newspaper Graphic Source: www.sahistory.org.za

Tuesday, 10 May 1988

New Nation and South newspapers were banned and twenty-six English- language newspaper editors handed petitions to government, protesting against these restrictions on the press.

References:
• Jacqueline A. Kelley and Schoeman Elna, (1999) ‘Southern African Political History: A Chronology of Political Events’, (Greenwood Press) p. 205

Last updated : 10-May-2013

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