- n. Plural form of Rhodesian.
“Promising to take back the land from the "Rhodesians" - the word he uses for whites - Mugabe actively encouraged his supporters to invade the farms.”
“Zanu and Zapu continuously pounded upon the Rhodesian border areas but the Rhodesians were able to hold them at bay.”
“At the time I just thought she maybe didn't know about Zimbabwe because, of course, apartheid was alive and well under Ian Smith and white 'Rhodesians', as many still insist on being called, are some of the most racist people I've ever had the unhappy experience of meeting.”
“Binedell also criticised many whites in Zimbabwe for having remained "Rhodesians" and for failing to become Zimbabweans.”
“Kangai asked De Wet to submit the names of the "Rhodesians", adding "we can deal with them without any problem.”
“Not many black "Rhodesians" came to SA when Ian Smith was running Rhodesia.”
“The White Rhodesians and the White South Africans felt the same way.”
“Few seriously argue that the white Rhodesians should not have signed the death warrant of racist colonial supremacy in 1980, and as the years go by, few will seriously argue that Israel should not do the same.”
“Landlocked Dutch farmers and holidaying Rhodesians splashed in the water or sheltered under a canopy of striped umbrellas.”
“Across most of the Third World, however, we see a very simple transition: from the traditional forms of government and tribal leaders whom the British, French, Rhodesians, etc, supported at a local or even regional level in the policy of indirect rule, to a new elite selected and educated in Western missions, schools and universities.”
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