|Governor of Nyasaland|
20 March 1939 – 8 August 1942
|Preceded by||Harold Baxter Kittermaster|
|Succeeded by||Edmund Charles Smith Richards|
|Governor of Mauritius|
5 July 1942 – 5 December 1948
|Preceded by||Bede Edmund Hugh Clifford|
|Succeeded by||Hilary Rudolph Robert Blood|
Sir Donald C. Mackenzie-Kennedy (1889 - 1965) was a British colonial administrator who was Governor of Nyasaland between 1939 and 1942, and 25th Governor of Mauritius from 5 July 1942 to 5 December 1948.
In 1930, Mackenzie-Kennedy was Chief Secretary of Northern Rhodesia. He was urged to deny the Ndola Welfare Association permission to meet, since mine owner might react unfavorably to an organization such as this being led by civil servants. In June 1935, Mackenzie-Kennedy wrote to Sir Stewart Gore-Browne urging him to stand for election in Broken Hill. He said "Your duty is clear".
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