Links to Rhodesia related sites

Excellent site based in New Zealand

Rhodesia's Ministry of Internal Affairs was responsible for administration in the rural areas.



Good selection of links to Rhodesian sites


LM Radio



The "original" LM Radio is back; broadcasting from LM, now Maputo.

Mozambique's English language Happy Music Station.

Wonderful, as good as ever, almost non-stop music from the 50s to the 80s.

Bushcat Online

John Edmond's music website for all those who wish to enjoy the best Rhodesian songs.



Zimbabwe -

a lesson in how to destroy

Christian civilisation


The “scars of colonialism” are mentioned frequently in modern discussion. However, it would only be fair to note that the most obvious scars of colonialism have included: roads, railways, bridges, schools, hospitals, churches, law courts, shops, written languages, medicines, the Gospel, the wheel and a host of other extremely helpful and important blessings.



Msasa Enterprises - producers of fine quality historic audio-visual material from the Central and Southern African region. 

The Msasa archive holds an extensive and growing collection of Rhodesian and South African media that is available to producers worldwide.


Dr Richard Wood is probably the world's leading historian on Rhodesian political and military history. Dr Wood is a Commonwealth Scholar, Fellow of the Royal Historical Society and graduate of Rhodes and Edinburgh Universities.  Those who are interested will find tabs listing his books and some very readable on line articles which will give an in depth understanding of Rhodesia's history from 1950-1980.

His latest work: Kwete - No! covering the years 1969-72 has recently been published. (see also Recommended Reading for this and Dr. Wood's other books)



Contact site and magazine for Rhodesians anywhere and everywhere.


Students of African history may be interested to know that in 2011 Rinderpest (cattle plague) finally joined smallpox as a major disease which has been wiped from the face of the planet. The major outbreak in the 1890s killed 80 to 90 percent of all cattle in Southern Africa and, together with the withdrawal of most of the BSAP for the “Jameson Raid”, was a major contributory cause of the native rising in Rhodesia in 1896.


A rare recording by Dixie Kwankwa dating back to 1960; both evocative and sad - not the best quality but the best I can manage from an old record!


Beech V35A Bonanza


An interesting and unique private aircraft conversion which provided 'top cover' for convoys, as well as a first strike aircraft for incidents in the West Nicholson / Beit Bridge area of Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) during the Rhodesian Bush War in the 1970s.

WANTED - to fill gaps in collection

Rhodesia Calls magazine: May/Jun 1965

also several editions of Africa Calls from 1960 to 1963  &  Rhodesian Scene from 1960s & 70s

Rhodesian Annual - several missing, please contact as below if you can help - many thanks, Colin (replace the "-at-" with "@")