german shaft mining in southern rhodesia

german shaft mining in southern rhodesia

Southern Rhodesia - Wikipedia

The Colony of Southern Rhodesia was a landlocked self-governing British Crown colony in southern Africa, established in 1923 and consisting of British South Africa Company territories lying south of the Zambezi River. The region was informally known as south Zambesia until annexed by Britain at the behest of Cecil John Rhodes's business, the British South Africa Company.

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Southern Rhodesia in World War II - Wikipedia

Southern Rhodesia, then a self-governing colony of the United Kingdom, entered World War II along with Britain shortly after the invasion of Poland in 1939. By the war's end, 26,121 Southern Rhodesians of all races had served in the armed forces, 8,390 of them overseas, operating in the European theatre, the Mediterranean and Middle East theatre, East Africa, Burma and elsewhere.

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Lashers and Leviathan: The 1954 Coalminers' Strike in ...

Summary: In 1953 Southern Rhodesia's (Zimbabwe's) only coal mine, Wankie Colliery, was taken over by the Anglo American Corporation of South Africa. The colliery's new owners soon discovered that the elimination of "hand lashing" (shovelling of coal) was the key to better productivity and expanded output.

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Company rule in Rhodesia - Wikipedia

The British South Africa Company's administration of what became Rhodesia was chartered in 1889 by Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom, and began with the Pioneer Column's march north-east to Mashonaland in 1890. Empowered by its charter to acquire, govern and develop the area north of the Transvaal in southern Africa, the Company, headed by Cecil Rhodes, raised its own armed forces

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Southern Rhodesia in World War I - Wikipedia

At the time of World War I (also known as the First World War or the Great War), Southern Rhodesia was administered by the British South Africa Company, which had controlled it and Northern Rhodesia since acquiring them through diplomacy and conquest during the 1890s. The white population in Southern Rhodesia stood at 23,606 in 1911 (a minority of 3%), while Northern Rhodesia had about

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Diamond exploration and mining in southern Africa: some ...

Smaller finds in Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) and Swaziland spurred renewed interest in South Africa, leading to the discovery of Venetia and other smaller mines in South Africa and Botswana. Figure 1 shows a chart of diamond discovery and mining in southern Africa for all of the countries listed in Table I for the period 1867 to present.

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Globe and Phoenix Mine Manager’s House Zimbabwe Field Guide

By 1907 the Globe Reef shaft had reached 12 level, but mining operations ceased due to the low grades at depth. Mining continued on the Phoenix Reef and in 1911 – 12 the Phoenix Parallel claims and the John Bull claims were bought from Amalgamated Properties Rhodesia Limited.

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Pioneers of Rhodesia - Individuals

Pioneers of Rhodesia: Selected transcription of excerpts from article by Edward. C. TABLER in Africana Notes and News, September 1972, vol 20 No. 3. ANDERSON, Alexander Gillies (c.1843-1912). "Sandy" Anderson came to Durban 1868. ANDERSON, Andrew Arthur. He was an early advocate of Imperial expansion in Southern Africa in the interests of ...

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Full text of "A History Of Southern Rhodesia Early Days To ...

Full text of "A History Of Southern Rhodesia Early Days To 1934" See other formats ...

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"Whoever owns the land, the natives do not": In Re ...

Jul 26, 2018  On 26 July 1918, the Judicial Committee of the UK’s Privy Council published its infamous ruling, In Re Southern Rhodesia. The court upheld imperial Britain’s wholesale expropriation of the entire territory of Southern Rhodesia, invaded by Cecil Rhodes’ British South Africa Company (BSAC) under a mandate from the British Crown.

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NEW GOLD AREA FOUND IN SOUTHERN RHODESIA; One

NEW GOLD AREA FOUND IN SOUTHERN RHODESIA; One Prospector Uncovers Rich Ore Near Mine Shafts Abandoned More Than a Year Ago. Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES

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Diamond exploration and mining in southern Africa: some ...

Smaller finds in Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) and Swaziland spurred renewed interest in South Africa, leading to the discovery of Venetia and other smaller mines in South Africa and Botswana. Figure 1 shows a chart of diamond discovery and mining in southern Africa for all of the countries listed in Table I for the period 1867 to present.

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Company rule in Rhodesia - Wikipedia

The British South Africa Company's administration of what became Rhodesia was chartered in 1889 by Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom, and began with the Pioneer Column's march north-east to Mashonaland in 1890. Empowered by its charter to acquire, govern and develop the area north of the Transvaal in southern Africa, the Company, headed by Cecil Rhodes, raised its own armed forces

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Phoenician Gold Mines of Zimbabwe (Rhodesia)

The most able, exhaustive, and reliable arguments are undoubtedly those advanced in the works of Dr. Schlichter, on the question of the ancient ruins in Rhodesia, while Dr. Karl Peters has many further "proofs" gained in the Mount Fura district, (the gold mines of Mount Furn were, in 1721, known to the Portuguese as "Ofura.") which place very ...

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(PDF) Zimbabwe's precolonial mines identified from a ...

distinguished for the German prospector a nd explorer Peters in 1900 “by the quantity . ... The larger gold mines of Southern Rhodesia. Bulletin 26. Salisbury: Rhodesia . Geological Survey.

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Pioneers of Rhodesia - Individuals

Pioneers of Rhodesia: Selected transcription of excerpts from article by Edward. C. TABLER in Africana Notes and News, September 1972, vol 20 No. 3. ANDERSON, Alexander Gillies (c.1843-1912). "Sandy" Anderson came to Durban 1868. ANDERSON, Andrew Arthur. He was an early advocate of Imperial expansion in Southern Africa in the interests of ...

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Globe and Phoenix Mine Manager’s House Zimbabwe Field Guide

By 1907 the Globe Reef shaft had reached 12 level, but mining operations ceased due to the low grades at depth. Mining continued on the Phoenix Reef and in 1911 – 12 the Phoenix Parallel claims and the John Bull claims were bought from Amalgamated Properties Rhodesia Limited.

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Full text of "A History Of Southern Rhodesia Early Days To ...

Full text of "A History Of Southern Rhodesia Early Days To 1934" See other formats ...

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"Whoever owns the land, the natives do not": In Re ...

Jul 26, 2018  On 26 July 1918, the Judicial Committee of the UK’s Privy Council published its infamous ruling, In Re Southern Rhodesia. The court upheld imperial Britain’s wholesale expropriation of the entire territory of Southern Rhodesia, invaded by Cecil Rhodes’ British South Africa Company (BSAC) under a mandate from the British Crown.

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What was Rhodesia? - Quora

Rhodesia is modern day Zimbabwe, and it was a former british colony, owned by the British Businessman Cecil Rhodes. It was a part of the Railroad imperialism, when Eurocentrism reigned supreme over Africa. They were the last years of Queen VIctori...

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Mining in Southern Rhodesia - Google Books

Mining in Southern Rhodesia. The Department, 1956 - Mines and mineral resources. 0 Reviews. ... possible Precious present principal Private production prospecting quarry record recovery requirements reserves Salisbury samples Shaft sinking Short Tons Short shows South Southern Rhodesia STATISTICS supply Survey throughout Tons milled Tons Short ...

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The cross was erected in 1924 in memory of the African ...

Initial operations in German East Africa during 1916. During the Great War Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) was administered by a private chartered company named The British South Africa Company.

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The German South-West Africa Protectorate, the ...

Includes position of the British South Africa Company in the Bechuanaland Protectorate, application by an African for a farm in an area of white settlement, return of Chief Mphoeng, settlement of Sekgoma Letsholathebe near the Linyanti River, Bechuanaland Protectorate Mining Proclamation, constitution of Southern Rhodesia, alienation of land ...

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Our Rhodesian Heritage: Men Who Started Town Of Gatooma

Jun 16, 2012  The 1st Rhodesia Regiment was raised on 13 October 1914 for deployment to German South West Africa and most of the men were serving in the Southern Rhodesia Volunteers at the time. It is interesting to note that outside advertising had already made its appearance by 1912, a mere six years after the establishment of the first rail siding.

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The German South-West Africa Protectorate, the ...

Includes position of the British South Africa Company in the Bechuanaland Protectorate, application by an African for a farm in an area of white settlement, return of Chief Mphoeng, settlement of Sekgoma Letsholathebe near the Linyanti River, Bechuanaland Protectorate Mining Proclamation, constitution of Southern Rhodesia, alienation of land ...

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Mines – Rhodesian Study Circle

General Asbestos Co Ltd was incorporated 1 September 1932 in Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia. In April 1933, the company acquired the Flowing Bowl Mine and in October the same year, changed its company name to Rhomines Ltd. References. Register of Defunct Companies; The Mining Year Book 1936

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NEW GOLD AREA FOUND IN SOUTHERN RHODESIA; One

NEW GOLD AREA FOUND IN SOUTHERN RHODESIA; One Prospector Uncovers Rich Ore Near Mine Shafts Abandoned More Than a Year Ago. Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES

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Phoenician Gold Mines of Zimbabwe (Rhodesia)

The most able, exhaustive, and reliable arguments are undoubtedly those advanced in the works of Dr. Schlichter, on the question of the ancient ruins in Rhodesia, while Dr. Karl Peters has many further "proofs" gained in the Mount Fura district, (the gold mines of Mount Furn were, in 1721, known to the Portuguese as "Ofura.") which place very ...

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Company rule in Rhodesia - Wikipedia

The British South Africa Company's administration of what became Rhodesia was chartered in 1889 by Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom, and began with the Pioneer Column's march north-east to Mashonaland in 1890. Empowered by its charter to acquire, govern and develop the area north of the Transvaal in southern Africa, the Company, headed by Cecil Rhodes, raised its own armed forces

Read More
Diamond exploration and mining in southern Africa: some ...

Smaller finds in Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) and Swaziland spurred renewed interest in South Africa, leading to the discovery of Venetia and other smaller mines in South Africa and Botswana. Figure 1 shows a chart of diamond discovery and mining in southern Africa for all of the countries listed in Table I for the period 1867 to present.

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Pioneers and Early Settlers - Southern Rhodesia - now ...

The Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland was formed in 1953, and lasted until the end of 1963, when the country reverted to the name 'Rhodesia' . This lasted until 1979 when 'Zimbabwe Rhodesia' was created, although legally, from a British point of view the name 'Southern Rhodesia' remained in place until 18 April 1980 when the 'Republic of ...

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Our Rhodesian Heritage: Men Who Started Town Of Gatooma

Jun 16, 2012  The 1st Rhodesia Regiment was raised on 13 October 1914 for deployment to German South West Africa and most of the men were serving in the Southern Rhodesia Volunteers at the time. It is interesting to note that outside advertising had already made its appearance by 1912, a mere six years after the establishment of the first rail siding.

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"Whoever owns the land, the natives do not": In Re ...

Jul 26, 2018  On 26 July 1918, the Judicial Committee of the UK’s Privy Council published its infamous ruling, In Re Southern Rhodesia. The court upheld imperial Britain’s wholesale expropriation of the entire territory of Southern Rhodesia, invaded by Cecil Rhodes’ British South Africa Company (BSAC) under a mandate from the British Crown.

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THE RHODESIA NATIVE REGIMENT Initial operations in

During the Great War Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) was administered by a private ... recruited from mine compounds with the agreement of the mining companies. Most of ... harbours in southern German East Africa, and so for the moment the Portuguese remained on the north bank of the Rovuma River near the coast.

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Lashers and Leviathan: The 1954 Coalminers' Strike in ...

Summary: In 1953 Southern Rhodesia's (Zimbabwe's) only coal mine, Wankie Colliery, was taken over by the Anglo American Corporation of South Africa. The colliery's new owners soon discovered that the elimination of "hand lashing" (shovelling of coal) was the key to better productivity and expanded output.

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RWODES, AND - SAS-Space

in Southern Rhodesian mining. This paper will suggest that appreciation of the interaction between these financial interests is fundamental to an understanding of aspects of southern African history in the last decade of the 19th century. By outlining the history of one of Rhodes's interests, mining in Southern Rhodesia, together

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Rhodes, Rhodesia and the Rand

Examination of the growth of capitalist mining in Southern Rhodesia com-bined with a regional analysis, however, suggests that Rhodes-and to that ex-tent, the British South Africa Company (BSAC)-realized the comparative poverty of Southern Rhodesia's mineral resources by

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