Nelson Mandela's First Press Conference After His Release in 1990

Publisher:
Bush Radio
Publication Date:
13 March 2015
Tags:
South Africa, Governance, Human Rights, Legal and Judicial Affairs, Press and Media

The excitement around Nelson Mandela's release from jail on February 11, 1990, was so great that after his first speech to South Africans, he was unable to attend a press conference. It was delayed to the next day, February 12, and this is the original audio.


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