Representatives of several African countries have been meeting in the Zambian capital Lusaka to discuss the problems of migratory labour in southern Africa.
SV ZOOM INTO CU Angolan Minister of Labour and Social Security Noe da Silva Saude speaking in Portuguese and being translated into English
SV/CU Portuguese and English speech continues over views of delegations listening (8 shots)
LV Delegates applaud
"Conference should (INDISTINCT) firstly... situate the problem in its social context... establish its relations with the world... make analyses and profound (INDISTINCT)... and have the courage to take the most correct and arising - arising from such analyses... and also without division... to give the answers that should be in accordance with the actual moment... for us... dear colleagues... and delegates... the fact of having a conference to examine the problem of migratory labour in South Africa... is already saluting ... for everything tells us that.... the interested countries... in a prosperous future... will take the measures aiming at -aimed at finding the internal solution.
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Background: Representatives of several African countries have been meeting in the Zambian capital Lusaka to discuss the problems of migratory labour in southern Africa. Case studies considered during the meeting have come from Lesotho, Mozambique, South Africa, Botswana, Malawi, Swaziland, Namibia (Southwest Africa) and Rhodesia. Also involved in the discussions have been the African National Council and representatives of the guerrilla organisations, Rhodesia (Zimbabwe) Patriotic Front, and the Namibia SWAPO.
The conference was formally opened by Angola's Minister of Labour and Social Security, Mr. Noe da Silva Saude, who addressed the meeting in Portuguese, with an interpreter translation into English.