In Salisbury, the Vice President of the Africa National Congress Zimbabwe, Mr. Josiah Chinamano said?
In Salisbury, the Vice President of the Africa National Congress Zimbabwe, Mr. Josiah Chinamano said on Monday (22 August) he was prepared to negotiate the future of black forces with those of the white-minority Smith Government as part of a constitutional settlement. He said he did not believe the problem was insurmountable.
The question of security forces in Rhodesia has been a problem in the negotiations for a political settlement. Mr. Chinamano rejected any plans for an internal settlement.
Meanwhile in London, the Rhodesian nationalist leader Bishop Abel Muzorewa who's been having talks with the British Foreign Secretary Dr. David Owen warned on Tuesday (23rd August) that the Bishop's movement would wreck any peace proposals which did not have as it basis the one man, one vote principle.
SYNOPSIS: The Bishop was speaking to reporters shortly before flying back to Rhodesia.
But in Salisbury, Mr Chinamano of the ANCZ said no settlement was possible with puppet African organisation.