CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 08, 1976
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(Studio) Riots continue in Soweto, South Africa, between militant blacks and Zulus; also in Capetown and Kimberley. South Africa police minister James Kruger says white man in country isn't to be sacrificed.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd
(DC) Kissinger briefs President on talks with South Africa Prime Min. John Vorster and talks with heads of Britain, France and West Germany. Ford says Kissinger may begin shuttle mission in Africa next week if reports from black African leaders' summit in Tanzania are favorable to progress. Chairperson of Senate subcommittee on African Affairs, Senator Dick Clark, reacts to proposed mission. [CLARK - says he's favorable to mission; not too optimistic re: accomplishments. Says Secretary and President must support mission to United States people and mission has his support and that of many members of Congress] Clark later said was difficult to predict if Congress would allow funds for United States aid in Africa peace plan.
REPORTER: Bernard Kalb
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