Zimbabwe under colonial rule, in Government reports, 1897-1980 Volumes

Volumes

12 volumes in Zimbabwe under colonial rule, in Government reports, 1897-1980

Administration, 1897-1977

Three different colonial offices held responsibility for the administration of Southern Rhodesia between 1897 and 1980. Between 1890 and 1913 responsibility for Native Affairs was divided between Mashonaland to the north east and Matabeleland to the west and south west. From 1913 until 1962 the responsibility for administration lay with...

  • Contributor:  British Foreign & Commonwealth Office
  • Reference:  73150A
  • Subjects:  African, Politics, Government, African, Politics, Government
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Auditor General, 1914-1980

The major financial reports for Southern Rhodesia are those of the Auditor General 1914-1980, Estimates from 1899-1980, Financial Statements 1940-1980, and the Commissioner of Taxes 1918-80. Taxes were controlled by the Federal Government from 1954-1963. There are also general Economic Reports, issued by the Federal Government 1954-1963, and Economic Surveys...

  • Contributor:  British Foreign & Commonwealth Office
  • Reference:  73150B
  • Subjects:  African, Politics, Government, African, Politics, Government
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Accounting Estimates, 1899-1980

These records cover the estimates of expenditure to be defrayed from revenue and loan funds, whether from monies initially allocated or from those supplied in addition to the initial allocation.

  • Contributor:  British Foreign & Commonwealth Office
  • Reference:  73150C
  • Subjects:  African, Politics, Government, African, Politics, Government
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Miscellaneous Financial Records, 1918-1980

These financial records include papers regarding: Financial Statements, Taxes, Economic Reports, Economic Surveys, Public Sector Investment, the Rhodesia Currency Boards, Registrar of Insurance, Registrar of Building Societies, Registrar of Banks and Financial Institutions, Registrar of Pension and Provident Funds and the Federal Pension Fund Board.

  • Contributor:  British Foreign & Commonwealth Office
  • Reference:  73150D
  • Subjects:  African, Politics, Government, African, Politics, Government
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