Political leaders from five black African states will meet next week in Lusaka, Zambia, for a two-day summit to discuss ways of ending the 13-year-old Angolan civil war, state-run South African radio reported Saturday.

The radio said news of the summit emerged during talks between South African President P.W. Botha and Zaire's President Mabutu Sese Seko in Gbadolite, northern Zaire on Saturday.The heads of state of Zambia, Zaire, Congo, Gabon and Angola are expected to attend the summit next Thursday and Friday.

Nigeria, Mali and Ivory Coast will send observers, South African radio reported.