African Writers' Club

Interview with Mr S.V. Mtambanegwe and Mr P. Mtandwa;African Writers' Club: BBC Africa Services Collection

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    Item notes: Interview with Mr S.V. Mtambanegwe [Mutambanengwe] and Mr P. Mtandwa of the Zimbabwe African National Union (ZAPU). They talk about the political situation in Southern Rhodesia following Ian Smith's election as prime minister, during one of Smith's attempts to persuade the British government to grant independence, before he announced the Unilateral Declaration of Independence (UDI) on November 11, 1965

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