Southern Rhodesia/Rhodesia

Southern Rhodesia declared independence unilaterally as Rhodesia in 1965. It achieved formal independence as Zimbabwe in 1980. 

 
 
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CENTRAL AFRICA UNDER DISCUSSION TNR 92/52 (1952)

Survey on resources of Northern and Southern Rhodesia, natural and human. Scenes in Lusaka and Salisbury. Southern Rhodesian delegation arrives ...

 

CONSERVATIVE NEWS REVIEW NO. 7 (1952)

Conservative Party newsreel. Cartoon pointing out that there is no age limit for School Certificate entrants. The Commonwealth Conference. The ...

 

JOE HLAHLA - BUSINESSMAN (1952)

Shows the various businesses Joe Hlahla an African landowner does.

MARY'S LUCKY DAY

MARY'S LUCKY DAY (1952)has video enhanced entry

Dramatised advertising film for Lux toilet soap intended for African audiences.

The film opens with an African man sitting and playing ...

 

SIR GILBERT RENNIE (1952)

Composite items from NORTHERN AND RHODESIAN SPOTLIGHTS , all concerning Sir Gilbert Rennie

 

VISIT TO A SHANGAAN VILLAGE (1952)

A town dweller visits his native village and is welcomed back with a tour of the basket maker, a carver, ...

 

DIVIDENDS FROM DIET (1951)

Diet film for employers of African labour.

 

HOUSING IN PISE DE TERRE (1951)

Film illustrating the method of house construction.

 

MULENGA GETS A JOB (1951) enhanced entry

Mulenga is hired to do odd jobs in the grounds of a big house. However, another employee deviously tries to ...

 

MULENGA'S UNLUCKY DAY (1951)

Mulenga visits Lake Malawi and meets misfortune at every turn.

 

TREK TO MASHOMBA (1951) enhanced entry

A fictional children's film recalling the journey of trekkers in 1892 from the Transvaal to the Mashomba Valley in Mashonaland. ...

 

AFRICAN BUILDS A CANOE (1950)

INTEREST. Two natives of Southern Rhodesia chop down a tree and make a dug-out canoe from a section of the ...

 

AFRICAN BUILDS HIS HOME (1950)

Natives of the Mashona tribe build a hut from wooden poles, grass and mud, and a family is then seen ...

 

DEATH LEAVES THE VALLEY (1950)

The control of bilharzia and malaria in Rhodesia.

 

Knowles collection. Part 1 of 12. 1950s (1950)

Travel Film of Central Africa.

Production / Donor Details: Miss Theresa Cunningham Knowles taught music at St. John's High School, Pietermaritzburg, ...

 

Knowles collection. Part 2 of 12. 1950s (1950)

Film of The Kruger National Park in South Africa; Wankie Reserve (now Hwange Park); and The Victoria Falls in Southern ...

 

Knowles collection. Part 5 of 12. 1950s (1950)

Flowers, shrubs and trees of Rhodesia showing their flowering seasons; city scenes and parks; wildlife in the bush.

Production / Donor ...

 

Knowles collection. Part 7 of 12. 1950s (1950)

Views of Vumba, Southern Rhodesia; mountain scenery, and the National Park of Southern Rhodesia including the ruins of the old ...

 

Knowles collection. Part 9 of 12. 1950s (1950)

Views of Inyanga Eastern Districts (Southern Rhodesia) and Tanganyika.

Production / Donor Details: Miss Theresa Cunningham Knowles taught music at St. ...

 

Rhodesia Collection: "Apis Mellifera Adansonii - The... (1950)

Documenting the African bee, native traditional bee keepers and the bee-keeping industry in Africa.

Production / Donor Details: The Rhodesia ...

 

COLONY IN COLOUR (1949)

The beauty of Southern Rhodesia, its expanding agricultural and industrial development and the opportunities it offers for pioneers of today; ...

 

TOBACCO GROWING (1949)

Cultivation of tobacco, season by season on a Southern Rhodesian estate,from the preparation of the ground to the curing and ...

 

TOBACCO SUPPLY OF THE WORLD (1949)

General account of the production of tobacco, with special reference to Southern Rhodesia; includes a study of an actual tobacco ...

WIVES OF NENDI

WIVES OF NENDI (1949)has video enhanced entry

Described by the voiceover as 'the true story of Mai Mangwende, the wife of Chief Mangwende of Southern Rhodesia and ...