By J. K. Cilliers
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Convinced, however, of his own prowess and stature as nationalist leader, Reverend Sithole had rejected these alarming findings. The Reverend saw himself as the natural alternative to the rather inept and bumbling Bishop, but in reality he had lost all control over both ZANU and ZANLA. His sole support was amongst that of his own tribe, the Ndau, along the eastern border. In reaction to the election results, the leaders of the two most committed Frontline countries, Presidents Kaunda and Machel met in Maputo to discuss the fragile unity of the Patriotic Front.
30) Both Young and British Foreign Secretary Dr 40 History of War David Owen had toured the Frontline states to gain impressions and to gather support for their proposals. Dr Owen arrived in Harare on 15 April to prepare for the Anglo-American consultative team which was to arrive on 26 May. These talks soon ran into difficulties. As the year progressed it became apparent that neither Ian Smith nor the Patriotic Front was interested in what could be offered. Smith favoured an internal settlement with moderate black nationalist leaders.
The Reverend Ndabaningi Sithole, astounded by the lack of support for his party, condemned the elec- tion as a fraud and refused to participate in the government. Prior to the elections, Special Branch had predicted the number of seats he would win with amazing precision. Convinced, however, of his own prowess and stature as nationalist leader, Reverend Sithole had rejected these alarming findings. The Reverend saw himself as the natural alternative to the rather inept and bumbling Bishop, but in reality he had lost all control over both ZANU and ZANLA.
Counter-Insurgency in Rhodesia by J. K. Cilliers