SOUTH AFRICA: Illegal Hospitality

The Soviet Union's two South in— Pretoria and Cape Town —their doors last week on orders of South Africa's Nationalist government. Said External Affairs Minister Eric Louw : "The Russian consul general has cultivated and maintained contact with subversive elements in South Africa and has formed channels of communication between them and Moscow." Consul General N. V. Ivanov denied (as the Communists always do) any subversive activity, but freely admitted another charge leveled by the Union government : that Negroes, who can not buy or be given liquor in South Africa, had...

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