Action to quell violence in Natal

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The Independent Online
CAPE TOWN (Reuter) - President De Klerk announced tough measures yesterday to quell violence in Natal province and accused the ANC of sending guerrillas into the troubled area. The ANC dismissed the claim but Nelson Mandela acknowledged in a speech that the movement might bear some blame for township violence, in which 7,000 blacks have died in less than three years.