Under the Tree of Talking: Leadership for Change in Africa
Counterpoint, 2007 - Africa - 291 pages
Leadership is one of the issues facing Africa, which is often seen only as a space of famine, conflicts, bad governance and failing statistics. This book contains essays by 18 thinkers and leaders that testifies to hope on the horizon for African societies.
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