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Rhodesia / Blacks #42431

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Mar 25, 1976
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(Studio) Presidents of Zambia, Botswana, Tanzania and Mozambique meet in Zambia to discuss tactics against Rhodesia's white government
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Zambia) Black ntlist. leader, Joshua Nkomo says guerrilla war is the only way.
REPORTER: HR (narrates)

(Studio) Talks between Nkomo and Rhodesian Premier Ian Smith, have broken down.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Rhodesia) Militant-wing member of African National Council tells blacks they must fight to overthrow white government [Enos NCAIA - says war will increase in intensity.] Major of blacks live in rural areas. 1/2 of Rhodesia belongs to 6 million Africans; other 1/2 to 250,000 Europeans. Africans make up almost entire city labor force. White and black living areas separate. Many black men live in government hostels, their families left in rural areas. Major of black students attend University of Rhodesia. Levels of black education noted. No black has commission in armed forces and

Reasoner, Harry

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