The Masters and Servants Act (1901)

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The Masters and Servants Act (1901) was a draconian labour law passed by the colonial government in Southern Rhodesia. The Masters and Servants Act (MSA) of 1901 specifically targeted the control of labour (. This piece of legislation did not provide any platform for industrial bi-partyism as its essence was to curtail the freedom and independence of the African working class.


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