Rhodesian Nationalist leaders arrived in Lusaka on Friday (7 February) for further consultations with the Zambian President, Kenneth Kaunda, on the Rhodesian constitutional problem.
MV Presidents Kaunda and Khama and nationalist leaders out of aircraft to be greeted (3 shots)
GV PAN Crowd
GV Nationalist party waving to crowd (2 shots)
SV President Khama and Kaunda shaking hands (2 shots)
SV President Khama boarding aircraft
GV Aircraft taxiing for take-off
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Background: Rhodesian Nationalist leaders arrived in Lusaka on Friday (7 February) for further consultations with the Zambian President, Kenneth Kaunda, on the Rhodesian constitutional problem.
They had just left Dar es Salaam where they held a lengthy session on the subject with Presidents Kaunda, Julius Nyerara of Tanzania and Sir Seretse Khama of Botswana.
President Kaunda and Sir Seretse flow into Lusaka with the Nationalist party. President Khama left for home soon afterwards.
In Lusaka the Nationalist leaders led by Bishop Abel Muzorewa, President of the African National Council, were reported to have discussed with President Kaunda the chances of a constitutional with the white Rhodesian government.
The date and venue of such a conference were believed to have been discussed at the Dar es Salaam meeting.