CBS Evening News for Sunday, May 14, 1978
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(Studio) Decision of Rhodesian black leader, Bishop Abel Muzorewa, to remain in government, noted.
REPORTER: Morton Dean
(Salisbury, Rhodesia) Muzorewa's threat to pull out of internal settlement and from transitional government after firing of justice minister Byron Hove, who is Muzorewa supporter, noted. Mtg. of Muzorewa's national executive council at Salisbury headquarters of United African National Council detailed. Muzorewa's recent activities in wake of Hove firing outlined; his important in transition government described. Outlook for new government given.
REPORTER: Robin Wright
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