Death in S. Africa

November 30, 1992

Gunmen carrying automatic weapons and hand grenade opened fire on a wine-tasting party at a predominantly white golf club in the Eastern Cape region of South Africa over the weekend, killing four people and wounding 17.

Police were working on the assumption that the incident was an act of terrorism. If so, it would be the first such attack on white civilians in the country since the late 1980s.

The assault is certain to stir alarm in white communities around the nation, where the ruling minority lives behind eight-foot walls and loops of barbed wire.

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