Hobnobbing in Rhodes’s terrain

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  1. Cecil John Rhodes wanted Africa to be British, from the Cape to Cairo.
  2. The public bar at the Kimberley Club is a good place to chill and enjoy a beer.
  3. In quiet rooms of the Kimberley Club, Rhodess memory lives.
  4. The Kimberley Club is the link between past and present in the diamond mining town.
  5. A peek at Rhodess stamping ground.

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