The country today equivalent to Zimbabwe was first demarcated by the British South Africa Company in the late 19th century; it became the selfgoverning colony of Southern Rhodesia in 1923.
What does BSAC stand for?
BSAC stands for British South Africa Company (founded by Cecil John Rhodes for the colonisation of Northern and Southern Rhodesia)
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In 1889 he formed the British South Africa Company to extend British rule into central Africa without involving the British government in new responsibility or expense.
From Rhodesia to the Mugabe years 1922 The British South Africa Company ends rule of Southern Rhodesia and white minority rule begins.
In that year, an agent of the British South Africa Company (BSACo) by the name of Frank Lochner signed a concessionary treaty with King Lewanika of the Lozi Kingdom.