Malindidzimu Hill

Malindidzimu Hill

(mälĭn'dēdzē`mo͞o) or

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granite hill, SW Zimbabwe, 25 mi (40 km) S of Bulawayo. It was designated by Cecil RhodesRhodes, Cecil John
, 1853–1902, British imperialist and business magnate. Business Career

The son of a Hertfordshire clergyman, he first went to South Africa in 1870, joining his oldest brother, Herbert, on a cotton plantation in Natal.
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 as the resting place for those who served Great Britain well in Africa. Rhodes and Sir Leander Starr JamesonJameson, Sir Leander Starr,
1853–1917, British colonial administrator and statesman in South Africa. He went to Kimberley (1878) as a physician, became associated with Cecil Rhodes in his colonizing ventures, and was appointed (1891) administrator of Mashonaland. On Dec.
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 are buried there.
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