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women and mining in sourthern rhodesia

Chibaro was a term widely usedin SouthernAfrica. Synonymous with contract, forced, or migrant labor, it became more specifically associated with the contract labor of the R.N.L.B. (Rhodesian Native Labour Board) and was by 1910 used by management and 'independent' black workers alike as a term of ridicule. The setting of Chibaro is the small-to-medium scale goldmining…

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