The Post-colonial Condition: Contemporary Politics in Africa

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Nova Publishers, 1997 - Science - 252 pages
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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
POSTCOLONIAL DILEMMAS POLITICAL SUCCESSION IN KENYA
9
REDEMOCRATIZATION IN KENYA UNBOUNDED POLITICS AND THE POLITICAL TRAJECTORY TOWARD NATIONAL ELECTIONS
31
THE SILENCE OF AFRICAN WOMEN? A 1931 PROTEST OF CHRISTIAN WOMEN IN UGANDA
55
EXAMINING LAND LAW AND TENURE ISSUES ARISING UNDER THE NEW UGANDA CONSTITUTION
67
FOUNDING FATHER PRESIDENCIES THE CASE OF KENYA AND SOUTH AFRICA
81
WHATS LEFT? THE ANC AND SWAPO IN THE 1990s
99
THE PARTY THAT TIME FORGOT THE CONSTRUCTION OF A MASS COMMUNIST PARTY IN SOUTH AFRICA 19901991
115
CIVIC ORGANISATIONS DURING SOUTH AFRICAS TRANSITION TO DEMOCRACY 19901996
139
THE POVERTYPOLITICSPOPULATION NEXUS AND FOOD PRODUCTION IN SUBSAHARAN AFRICA
159
ISSUES IN AFRICAN POPULATION
167
ISSUING A NEW RULING CLASS GOOD GOVERNANCE AND THE AFRICAN CAPACITY BUILDING FOUNDATION
177
NGOS AND CAPACITY BUILDING IN AFRICA
189
THE ROLE OF NONGOVERNMENT ORGANISATIONS NGOs VOLUNTEER PROGRAMMES AND THEIR CONTRIBUTION TO AUSTRALIAN...
197
ENDNOTES
209
Index
249

COSATU IN KWA ZULUNATAL
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PAUL NURSEY-BRAY is a Senior Lecturer in Politics at the University of Adelaide, Australia.

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