Rhodesia


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Rhodesia:

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, officially Republic of Zimbabwe, republic (2015 est. pop. 14,229,000), 150,803 sq mi (390,580 sq km), S central Africa. It is bordered on the north by Zambia, on the northeast and east by Mozambique, on the south by South Africa, and on the southwest and west by
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This article explores the politics of stories told about African university student activism in Rhodesia between 1960 and 1980.
I first met Judith Todd, the daughter of Garfield, at a Parnell cocktail party in 1969, when she was touring New Zealand to raise awareness of the racial politics in Rhodesia, under illegal white minority rule since 1965.
"Another equally strange event was the Karima village massacre in Rhodesia, near the border, which was described by the media as a 'mysterious incident'.
Instead it is for the moments of controversy: An international ban for touring apartheid era South Africa and Rhodesia, differences with Surrey and leaving Worcestershire.
Having met his wife-to-be Mary Emma Engelsman in Kimberly, Isaac had married on August 31, 1940, a momentous day in which he left by train to take up a job as a timberman and live in Northern Rhodesia at the Roan and Antelope copper mine in Luanshya.
Having met his wife to be Mary Emma Engelsman in Kimberly, Isaac had married on August 31, 1940, a momentous day in which he left by train to take up a job as a timberman and live in Northern Rhodesia at the Roan and Antelope copper mine in Luanshya.
In January, 1959, he sailed to Northern Rhodesia - now Zambia - with his beloved wife Margaret and baby son, John, where he worked for nearly 20 years at two mission stations in Lubwa and Kashinda.
For the next 15 years, he taught in Rhodesia and Ghana and pursued graduate studies at Fort Hare University in South Africa.
38 YEARS AGO (1979) The former British colony of Rhodesia became known as Zimbabwe-Rhodesia as Bishop Muzorewa became the country's first black premier.
Officers targeting the Rhodesia Road property also discovered a haul of cannabis cuttings and plants.
In Rhodesia, however, the Salvation Army had a prior program with a different agenda.
Ever committed to ethical and accurate gemmology, Ian served as the founder and chairman of the Gemmological Association of Rhodesia and the Matabeleland Gem and Mineral Society.