The Sunday Times magazine - Eugene Terre'Blanche cover (12 January 1986)
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The Sunday Times magazine - Eugene Terre'Blanche cover (12 January 1986) Good condition for age - there is yellowing to page edges due to age - some light wear
RELATIVE VALUES - Sally Oppenheim and her son Phillip
WILL THEY EVER GIVE UP THE WHIP HAND? - Eugene Terre'Blanche is an Afrikaner who feels betrayed. As leader of a far-right "resistance" movement, he opposes P.W. Botha's reforms. For our special report on this backlash, Peter Godwin talked to white South Africans from unexpectedly different backgrounds
WILLIAM HURT - 2 pages
PATSY KENSIT is 17, and determined to be world famous. Her role in this year's most-hyped film, Absolute Beginners, could do the trick
ERIC SYKES - Brought up in Oldham during the Depression, Eric Sykes became the highest-paid script writer in Fifties Britain with the legendary Educating Archie, some of the Goon shows and Sykes, archetypal comedy with TV sister Hattie Jacques. Here he remembers great comedians with David Toop
ANN ARMSTRONG - "A life in the day of"
Full-page advertisement pages:
- Laura Ashley [2 pages]
- Konrad Furs
- General Motors [2 pages]
- Toshiba T1100 portable computer
- Benson & Hedges cigarettes