SA rivals meet

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The Independent Online
CAPE TOWN (Reuter) - South Africa's Inkatha and African National Congress groups said they had a constructive meeting yesterday in an attempt to arrange a peace summit between their leaders, Mangosuthu Buthelezi and Nelson Mandela. Officials from the two sides told a joint news conference at a Durban hotel that they would meet again on 29 December.

The Inkatha chairman, Frank Mdlalose, earlier said the talks could help to end township violence, in which 3,300 people have died this year and more than 7,500 since 1990.