Two south African opponents of Apartheid, Mr. Colin Eglin and Mrs. Helen Suzman, are touring?
GV EXTERIOR..Attorney-General's office (3 shots)
SV Mrs Suzman and Mr. Eglin greeted by Attorney-General
SV Group seated
CU Mrs. Suzman seated
SV Attorney General and Mr. Eglin
CU Attorney-General PAN to Mr. Eglin
CV Mrs. Suzman with Attorney-General
CU Attorney-General PAN..to Mrs Suzman
SV Attorney-General presents copies of Kenya's constitution
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Background: Two south African opponents of Apartheid, Mr. Colin Eglin and Mrs. Helen Suzman, are touring Black African countries. On Sunday, Mrs. Suzman and Mr. Eglin met Kenya's Attorney-General, Mr. Charles Njonjo, in Nairobi.
SYNOPSIS: A visit to Kenya's capital, Nairobi, by two opponents of South Africa's policy of apartheid. Members of the South African Progressive Party, Mrs. Helen Suzman and Mr. Colin Eglin, had a meeting in Nairobi with the Attorney-General of Kenya, Mr. Charles Njonjo.
Mrs. Suzman and Mr. Eglin arrived In Nairobi on Sunday as part of an African tour which had already taken them to Ghana, Senegal, Botswana and Gambia.
Mrs. Suzman is the Progressive Party's only member of Parliament, Mr. Eglin is the party president.
They said Mr. Njonjo had made it clear to them that they were very welcome to return to kenya.
Mr Eglin said that on their return to South Africa he and Mrs. Suzman would investigate the possibility of arranging for young South africans to visit other African countries. After their meeting, Mr Njonjo presented them with red-bound copies of the Kenyan constitution.