October 26, 1974
Address by His Excellency the President, Dr. K.D. Kaunda on the Occasion of the Conferment of the Degree Of Ll.D (Honoris Causa), University Of Zambia, Saturday, October 26, 1974
November 04, 1974
Meeting in Pretoria between Zambian, Rhodesian and South African Representatives
Zambia wishes to assist in the normalization of the political situation in Rhodesia and the promotion of genuine peace.
November 15, 1974
Letter, Kenneth Kaunda to J.B. Vorster
December 16, 1974
US Department of State, Intelligence Note, 'Rhodesia: A Breakthrough Toward Settlement?'
Description of Rhodesian Prime Minister Ian Smith's new announcement regarding the settling of Rhodesia's nine year old constitutional stalemate. Hostilities would cease and negotiations would be renewed, along with a release of all African political detainees.
January 05, 1975
Telegram from the UK Embassy, Blantyre, to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office
February 20, 1975
J.F. Gaylard to Air Vice-Marshal H. Hawkins
March 03, 1976
South African Government Cabinet Minutes on Rhodesia, 3 March-1 September 1976
Excerpts from discussions on the situation in Rhodesia, the possible implications that a hostile Rhodesia would pose to South African defense calculations, and the policies South Africa should pursue with regards to Rhodesia.
June 14, 1976
Report on Dr. Hilgard Muller’s and Brand Fourie’s Reaction to 'Yesterday's meeting,' and Accompanying Memorandum
South African opinions on situation in Rhodesia as well as prospects of external involvement in the conflict
June 23, 1976
Conversation between Prime Minister of South Africa Balthazar Vorster and US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger
Meeting of a US delegation headed by Henry Kissinger with South African officials including Prime Minister Vorster on the topic of the situation in Rhodesia, Smith's rule there, the military situation in that country, and the potential involvement of Cuba or China in the conflict.
October 08, 1976
Background Papers, Kissinger Proposals at Geneva Conference
An examination of the consequences of Kissinger's proposal at the Geneva Conference. An overview of South Africa's predicament when it comes to Rhodesia.
October 14, 1976
Rhodesian (CIO) Intelligence Report: Formation of Patriotic Front
Report from the Rhodesian Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) on the formation of a patriotic front of Rhodesian African Opposition groups ahead of the Geneva Conference
December 07, 1976
Report for South African Prime Minister Balthazar Vorster from ADR, Prime Minister's Return to Geneva
Description of the situation at the Geneva Conference, the lack of Kissinger's presence due to Ford's electoral defeat, and the South African realization that the chance for a peace settlement at Geneva is almost gone.
April 01, 1977
Memorandum of Meeting of South African Prime Minister Vorster, Pik Botha and Brand Fourie on Rhodesia
Botha describes that neither South Africa nor Rhodesia can count on much support from the United States.
December 27, 1977
Memorandum, 'Visit to Head Office, Mr. David Richardson, Liaison with the Rhodesian African National Council'
Richardson describes a visit to Rhodesia and meeting with Bishop Muzurewa. Describes tribal factors that influence alliance formation among opposition groups in Rhodesia.
February 06, 1978
Report on Soviet Delegation to Tanzania, Zambia, Mozambique and Angola
Led by USSR Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, L. F. Ilyichev, the delegation met with southern African leaders to discuss the situation in Zimbabwe and Namibia.
February 16, 1978
Report, South African Department of Foreign Affairs, 'Transit Visit of Reverand Ndabaningi Sithole'
Reverand Sithole's upcoming trip to London to discuss Britain's continued support for the PF in Rhodesia.
February 27, 1978
Report, South African Department of Foreign Affairs, 'The Reverend Sithole's Visit to Europe'
Description of Sithole's discussion with British Foreign Secretary Dr. Owen regarding possible arrangements in Rhodesia, including composition of potential interim government.
July 31, 1978
Meeting, Thornhill Air Base between Smith, Fourie, Gaylard and Snell
Discussion of British involvement in Rhodesian conflict resolution, whether domestic British politics is a driving force of Foreign Secretary Owen's recent ovetures.
January 19, 1979
Political Action Committee, Guidelines to Formulate a Total National Strategy for Rhodesia
There is not a contradiction between the proposed short term approach regarding Rhodesia and the proposed longer term approach regarding Angola, Mozambique, Rhodesia and South West Africa.
February 21, 1979
Memorandum, Meeting on Rhodesian Situation at the Office of the Secretary of Foreign Affairs of South Africa
Discussion centered around British support for Smith, Anglo-American involvement in the conflict, Cuban/Soviet involvement, and South Africa's stake in it all.