SRANCSouthern Rhodesia African National Congress
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Following the inauguration, on September 12, 1957, in Mbare of the Southern Rhodesia African National Congress (SRANC), Guy Clutton-Brock identified himself with Rhodesia's wretched of the earth.
He prayed for 'thousands and thousands' to join the SRANC and introduced to cheering Africans a couple who had crossed the 'colour line' by marrying - Patrick Matimba and his white wife.
Surprisingly it was another great white hero, Sir Garfield Todd, who accused Guy Clutton- Brock of being a leader of a party - the SRANC - that acted 'unconstitutionally and against the interests of Rhodesia.'