Adekeye Adebajo, “Worse than the Rest: a review of Paul Maylam’s “The Cult of Rhodes” “(New York: Times Literary Supplement, 2006). Online edition: http://www.ccr.org.za/index.php/media-release/in-the-media/newspaper-articles/item/335-pr-57
Felix Gross, “Rhodes of Africa”, (USA: Praeger, inc., 1957). Online edition: https://archive.org/stream/rhodesofafricafe002472mbp/rhodesofafricafe002472mbp_djvu.txt
Paul Maylam, “The Cult of Rhodes: Remembering an Imperialist in Africa” (Cape Town: David Phillip, 2005). No online edition available, although accessible via JStor.
Cecil Rhodes “Speech on the Second Reading of the Glen Grey Act” (Cape House Parliament, 1984). Online edition: http://www.sahistory.org.za/sites/default/files/glen_grey_speech.pdf
Olive Schreiner, “Trooper Peter Halket of Mashonaland” (London: Unwin Brothers, 1897). Online edition: http://webapp1.dlib.indiana.edu/vwwp/view?docId=VAB7178
The Olive Schreiner Letters, http://www.oliveschreiner.org. Particularly ‘Olive Schreiner to William Hay, 11 February 1897, Cory Library, Olive Schreiner Letters Project transcription’, Lines 10-19.
Gordon le Sueur, “Cecil Rhodes: The Man and his Work” (London, 1913). Online edition: https://archive.org/stream/cecilrhodesmanhi00lesurich/cecilrhodesmanhi00lesurich_djvu.txt
Additionally, I have been in contact with both Maylam and Adebajo, but I don’t think it’s academically fair to quote private correspondence, so I have refrained from doing so. It is sufficient to say that the information provided by them only supports my conclusions.