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Clement Masakure

Health, 1911. 36 Government of Southern Rhodesia, Report of Public Health, 1914. 37 I. R. Phimister , ‘ African labour conditions and health in Southern Rhodesian mining industry, 1898–1953. Part IV; Hospitalisation and Conclusions ’, Central African Journal of Medicine , 22 : 12 ( 1976 ), pp. 244–9 . 38 Van Onselen, Chibaro , p. 57. 39 Van Onselen, Chibaro , p. 59. 40 Van Onselen , Chibaro, p. 59. 41 Africa University Archives: Board of Foreign Missions, On trek with Christ in Southern Africa . Methodist Episcopal Church, (n.d.), p. 47

in African nurses and everyday work in twentieth-century Zimbabwe
Thomas D’haeninck, Jan Vandersmissen, Gita Deneckere, and Christophe Verbruggen

by Daniel Mareska and Jean-Julien Heyman. Their investigation of the labour conditions and moral and physical situation of the workers employed in Ghent’s cotton mills 34 stimulated further inquiries but also initiated social policies. 35 In the 1860s, plagues of cholera struck several neighbourhoods in Ghent. Relying on the recommendations he found in the old report of Mareska and Heyman, Burggraeve took

in Medical histories of Belgium