The Rhodesian Army used a number of locally-made load bearing vests and chest rigs during the Bush War, many of them inspired by the webbing captured from ZIPRA and ZANU "terrs."
This two example is very similar to the Chinese and Russian AK and SKS chest bandoleers.
This next example (shown front and back) shows a fuller support yoke in the back as well as a more belt-like setup which allows for the carrying of canteens and a sleeping pad/poncho.
This is a similar vest, seen from the front:
The final example is a "Fireforce" vest, worn by the Rhodesian Light Infantry on their airborne rapid reaction operations.
RLI troopies wearing LBVs: