Pfumo re Vanhu

5 mins read

How to Africanise the war, yet keep the political situation stable and unchanged? The Rhodesians found an answer with Pfumo Re Vanhu.

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Cecil Rhodes: King of Diamonds

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3 mins read

Cecil John Rhodes (5 July 1853 – 26 March 1902) was a British mining magnate, and politician in southern Africa. He was prime minister of Cape Colony (1890 – 1896) and organiser of the giant diamond-mining company De Beers Consolidated Mines, Ltd.

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Tongogara was murdered on Monday (ca. 1979)

7 mins read

Josiah Tongogara was killed by his own forces in Mozambique, according to outgoing UANC Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr David Mukome. His body was already in a mortuary before the terrorist commanders flew to Salisbury on December 21, 1979.

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Post-Geneva Report Rhodesia (ca. 1977)

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With his neighbouring countries newly-independet black governments piling on the pressure by supporting the guerrilla movements, Ian Smith realises the time had come to settle the issue of black majority rule before time ran out for the Rhodesian whites.

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Roving Report: War Or Diplomacy? (ca. 1976)

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Synopsis The Rhodesian issue is now precariously balanced, with the Geneva Conference deadlocked and African guerrilla forces stepping up the war on Rhodesia’s borders.  This report examines both aspects, describes the life and views of a white farmer on the

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Who is Ian Smith? (ca. 1976)

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3 mins read

Ever since his unilateral declaration of independence, Rhodesian Premier Ian Smith has tried to maintain the preservation of white supremacy and the denial of African majority rule. ITN's Roving Report looks back on the career of a tough, uncompromising Ian Smith

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Anatomy of Terror (ca. 1974)

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During the Chimurenga War, informational and political warfare was mounted by all involved. Anatomy of Terror, published by the Rhodesian Ministry of Information and distributed in Washington D.C., is one such example.

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