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Kissinger / Zambia / Ghana / Rhodesia #43027

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 27, 1976
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(Studio) Secretary of State Henry Kissinger makes policy speech in Zambia. Visit to Ghana canceled. Ghana says chief of state ill, but visit canceled after anti-American riots occur. Kissinger calls for black major rule in Rhodesia within 2 years He urges Americans not to stay in Rhodesia or visit there due to lack of protection in case of trouble. Says Ford administration to ask Congress to cut off American imports of Rhodesian chrome. British For. Office welcomed speech. Black ntlist. says nothing new offered. Premier Ian Smith attacks Kissinger for preconceived ideas with regard to Rhodesia. Says 10 blacks to join Rhodesian cabinet.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Salisbury, Rhodesia) 1 of 16 black members of parliament says can't take his wife into Salisbury after 7 p.m. because they're black. Wife is nurse; couple live in African township with son. There is black housing shortage. Godfrey Chidyausiko desires immediate major rule. [CHIDYAUSIKO - says situation like any struggle for independence. Would be disapptd. if son doesn't join guerrilla movement. Doesn't have courage to do so.] Soccer dominated by Africans. Racial situation noted.
REPORTER: Hilary Brown

Brown, Hilary;
Reasoner, Harry

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