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Southern Rhodesia declared independence unilaterally as Rhodesia in 1965. It achieved formal independence as Zimbabwe in 1980.
VIP's in the Federation - Field Marshall Sir Gerald Templar & Eugene Black.
Latest on Kariba - Kitwe switiching station.
New Seasons ...
Flights From Nairobi.
Sir Robert Tredgold Visits the USA - greeted by Earl Warren, chief justice.
Scouts Keep Transport Tally.
News fron Nyasaland ...
Fletcher High School - opens.
S. Rhodesia Governor Visits Mtoko - visit hospital and Chiefs.
New Harari Hospital - opened by Lord ...
S. Rhodesian General Elections.
Federal Flashes - the Dalhousies visit Nyasaland tea industry, farming in Msengezi, Lusaka - police passing out ...
Recent Arrivals - Merle Park & Gary Burne at command performance for The Dalhousies.
News from Nyasaland - new Nkata Bay ...
Message from Mountbatten - Lord & Lady Dalhousie visit a schoolbearing Mountbatten's name.
Water for Blantyre.
Probing the Great Riddle - the ...
On the Lake - Nyasa and sea scouts.
The Ndola Show - Lord Dalhousie opens.
The Numismatist - Mr. Epstein at Mufulira.
The Standard Goes to Press.
From over the Border - Portuguese Gov. Gen. of Mozambique.
Polley's Workshop - Nkana mine training ...
The Economy Run - car rally sponsor, Mobile.
Que Que Regatta.
Progress at University College.
Federation Round Up - Blantyre's new railway station, ...
Buy Federal - exhibition in Salisbury.
The Fourth in Ten Months - Lord Dalhousie opens LLewllyn Hospital, Kitwe.
One of the Lucky ...
New GPO for Limbe.
Back from the London Talks - Roy Welensky returns to Salisbury from London; Diana Dors also arrives.
Sponsored film showing building and civil engineering schemes in southern Africa.
The film begins in Lusaka, then Rhodesia, and travels through ...
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