News this week

September 1999
Finance Week;09/17/99, p7
Presents news items related to South Africa and around the world as of September 17, 1999. Relocation of President Thabo Mbeki's office; Existence of racism at the University of Pretoria; Attack of Russia forces on Islamic separatists at Dagestan, Russia; Investigation of Zimbabwe's trade unionists.


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