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In the program this week: Federation of Rhodesia And Nyasaland
The Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland also known as Central African Federation or CAF then, was a colonial attempt to group the three countries Nyasaland, which is now Malawi and the two Rhodesias (then Northern and Southern) which are now Zambia and Zimbabwe to form a single or a central government.
In the programme this week, Izak Khomo a veteran broadcaster and African political analyst and Professor Muxe Mkondo weigh in on the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland; what it was planned to be, and the impact it had on the peoples of the three countries, the two Rhodesias; divided into northern and Southern Rhodesia, now Zimbabwe and Zambia respectively, on one hand, and Nyasaland, now Malawi on the other.
Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland, an extension of the Colonial Rule and Apartheid
Izak Khomo , a veteran broadcaster and an African political analyst says that while the federation of Rhodesia And Nyasaland was an ‘offshoot’ of colonial rule and apartheid, it equally resulted in ‘offshoots’ of nationalistic unions in Southern Africa.
African Liberation Trail: A remembrance of the struggle for African Freedom
Professor Muxe Mkondo talks about the importance of remembering the African liberation struggle including the ‘political geographical’ trails.
He says the trail has a ‘lot of beginnings’ and it can begin anywhere in the continent.