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The South African government is prepared to negotiate with black men “of influence,” such as Bishop Desmond Tutu and the Rev. Allan Boesak, on moves to dismantle apartheid, Deputy Foreign Minister Ron Miller said. “We will not speak to them on a one-to-one basis but rather around a negotiating table at which various leaders from all communities are represented,” Miller said. He ruled out talks based on the idea of one-man, one-vote in South Africa, but he said anything else is open for discussion.


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