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Africa Race Problems / Kissinger Shuttle / Kaunda / Vorster / Smith #490053

NBC Evening News for Friday, Sep 17, 1976
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(Studio) Some of continued violence in South Africa related to arrival in Pretoria of Secretary of State Henry Kissinger; violence in Soweto noted. Kissinger came from Lusaka, Zambia, to talk with Prime Min. John Vorster.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Pretoria, South Africa) After talking with Zambia President Ken. Kaunda, both Kissinger and Kaunda have press confs. [KISSINGER - says they'll try for move to independence for Rhodesia and Namibia with majority rule, minority rights and constitutional framework for all to live together.] Rhodesia Prime Min. Ian Smith to be in Pretoria Saturday but United States officials say Kissinger won't talk with him unless Smith gives advance assurances that Rhodesia white government surrender power to black major within 2 years
REPORTER: Richard Valeriani

Chancellor, John;
Valeriani, Richard

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