NBC Evening News for Saturday, May 16, 1981
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(Studio) USS. Africa relationship said snagged on issue of making Namibia separate nation
REPORTER: Chris Wallace
(DC) Roelof Botha, South Africa foreign minister's visit to United States recently recalled; scenes shown. Africa said not wanting United Nations troops supervising Namibia's transition to independence. Botha shown visiting Ronald Reagan and Alexander Haig. [BOTHA - in May 14 interview is optimistic with regard to working relationship with United States.] Carter administration policy toward South Africa said unsuccessful. South Africa said told future relations depend on Namibia issue.
REPORTER: Robert Hager
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