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- James Currey
A much needed examination of contemporary approaches to animal healing in South Africa, and the role of local knowledge.
Re-envisages what we know about African political economies through its examination of one of the key questions in colonial and African history, that of commercial agriculture and its relationship to slavery.
Explores various aspects of chiefly authority in South Sudan from its historical origins and evolution under colonial, postcolonial and military rule, to its current roles and value in the newly independent country.
By Kenneth King
China's increasing role as an education donor in Africa, and the significance of this both economically and politically.
A focus on some of the pioneers of African literary creation.
A fine biography. It is a most satisfying book and an important contribution to South African scholarship. CAPE TIMES Scottish poet, fighter for human rights in the Cape Colony, and abolitionist, reveals the role this key Enlightenment figure played in Africa and Britain.
By Ross Parsons
Psychotherapy and ethnography are jointly employed to produce an account of HIV-positive children's lives and deaths in Zimbabwe that is sensitive to emotions and their social contexts.