CBS Evening News for Friday, Sep 03, 1976
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(Studio) Govt. protests near Capetown, South Africa continue. Police shoot another person. South Africa Prime Min. John Vorster goes to Switzerland for meeting with Henry Kissinger with regard to racial problems.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd
(Johannesburg, South Africa) Vorster speaks at airport. [VORSTER - believes mission to be successful.] Renewed violence erupts in Capetown. Film shown. 1000's mixed-race people riot in town and suburbs. Prospects of peace considered. United States president election noted. Carter victory seen as boost for blacks in Africa. Kissinger-Vorster talks thought crucial.
REPORTER: Robin Wright
(Andrews Air Force Base and DC) Rioting in South Africa said to increase Kissinger leverage said incrd. Congress black caucus said to have turned critical of Kissinger. South Africa, Rhodesia, Namibia situations considered. [KISSINGER - hopes for progress.] $1 1/2 billion of United States money as compensation for white Rhodesians who must get out is in Kissinger plan. Again, presidential campaign said an issue.
REPORTER: Marvin Kalb
(Studio) Black African leaders to meet Sunday in Tanzania. Kissinger will wait for their recommendation before going to Africa.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd
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