The death tell, after nine days of violence in Rhodesia, now stands at 14. Rioting?
The death tell, after nine days of violence in Rhodesia, now stands at 14. Rioting has occurred mainly in areas where members of a British commission have been trying to toot opinion on the terms of an independence settlement for Rhodesia.
The apearhead of the African anti-settlement feeling is the African National Council, lead by its chairman, Bishop Abel Muzor???. The A.N.C. claims that Rhodesia's white minority regime is not allowing normal political activities during campaigning on the settlement issue.
In Salisbury on Thursday (20 January), Bishop Muzorewa held a press conference. He said that there could be more violence, and blamed alleged oppressive activities over the past six years.