Black and White in South Africa

This 1957 documentary short offers an analysis of South Africa's acute race problem, an issue that causes dissension not only within its borders but within the Commonwealth and beyond. In South Africa, a country of 14 million people, 4 out of 5 people are black. The film gives a dispassionate appraisal of the motivations behind the policy of apartheid and of whether the practice of segregation provides a satisfactory, long-term solution.

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Film Credits

director
John Howe
producer
Ronald Dick
script
Ronald Dick
William Weintraub
sound
George Croll
Ron Alexander
editing
Douglas Tunstell
Nicholas Balla
Ronald Dick
Marion Meadows
Jean Roy
narrator
Edgar McInnis
music
Maurice Blackburn
Robert Fleming
Eldon Rathburn
Norman Bigras

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