Guerrillas kill policeman in S. Africa attack

One policeman was killed and four were wounded when unidentified attackers fired rockets and small arms at a northern police station here Dec. 26 police said.

Large areas of the South African capital have been blacked out twice in the last six weeks after Soviet-made Limpet mines damaged electricity substations within the city.

Police stations have been a frequent target of guerrillas belonging to the outlawed African National Congress (ANC), which is opposed to South Africa's white minority rule.

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