ANTI-APARTHEID ACTIVIST FREED IN SOUTH AFRICA
| DURBAN, SOUTH AFRICA
Curnick Ndlovu, national chairman of the United Democratic Front (UDF) anti-apartheid coalition, was freed last weekend after being held for 30 days under state of emergency rules which allow detention without trial. But Mr. Ndlovu faces heavy restrictions on his activities, his lawyers said Wednesday. Ndlovu was one of a group of activists who earlier this year visited Washington where he met President Bush.