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General View Newspaper vendor board reading "Massive Win for Smith" pull back to show General View shopping precinct
Close Up piles of newspapers pan up to General View newsvendor selling papers
General View Newsvendor boards with headlines "Massive Win for Smith" and stacks of magazines and papers on ground, newsman giving change to man, various shots newsvendor stands and people in the street
General View black man seated on bench reading newspaper
Various shots black man seated on benches reading newspapers
Semi View black men reading newspapers and newsboy comments
General View street scene
Semi View Bishop Muzorewa speaks
General View Dr. Owen and Mr. Young seated with black Nationalists
Various shots of house and people seated in grounds
General Shots Sithole and others walk through grounds
Semi View Sithole speaks
TRANSCRIPT: "A problem which is power to the people and a basis of one man one vote and I feet that on the basis of that looking at them in triumph".
Reporter: "So do you support them".
Muzorewa: "As I say based on that very fundamental right that we have ben demanding, yes we support them".
Reporter: "How about the provisions for security during the interim period,"are you happy with the arrangements there".
Muzorewa: "I believe that these are matters that I think we have to face in a mood of serious negotiations and I cannon go into details about that at this stage".
Reporter: "Mr. Sitholem you don't look too unhappy with what you've been listening to".
Sithole: "Well, I'm neither happy or unhappy we are still studying the document very carefully, it's a very important document and one can't just react after looking through it for only a few hours".
Reporter: "What is your first reaction".
Sithole: "My first reaction which is very positive, is that we are very happy that the document accepts the fundamental principle of all settlement and that is one man one vote".
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