British South Africa Company


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Friends, Associates Flora Shaw
While in Egypt FS had the good fortune of meeting C. F. Moberly Bell , who became influential in advancing her career in journalism.
Callaway, Helen, and Dorothy O. Helly. “Crusader for Empire: Flora Shaw / Lady Lugard”. Western Women and Imperialism: Complicity and Resistance, edited by Nupur Chaudhuri and Margaret Strobel, Indiana University Press, 1992, pp. 79 -7.
In 1899 she first met the wealthy empire-builder Cecil Rhodes
Material Conditions of Writing Flora Shaw
She had first met Rhodes earlier the same year—in which, on 15 October 1889, the British South Africa Company 's charter was issued, granting vast powers including the right to occupy territory, to enter into...
Publishing Flora Shaw
In the Fortnightly ReviewFS published, under her name, The British South Africa Company, an article in praise of Cecil Rhodes , the founder of the Company.
Shaw, Flora. “The British South Africa Company”. Fortnightly Review, pp. 662 - 8.


29 October 1889
The British South Africa Company under Cecil Rhodes was chartered; the following year Rhodes became Prime Minister of the Cape Colony.
17 July 1890
Cecil John Rhodes , founder of the British South Africa Company , became the prime minister of Cape Colony.
6 November 1896
The British South Africa Company met in London.
25 July 1923
The UK settled the British South Africa Company claims in Rhodesia.