By Peter Dwyer, Leo Zeilig
This groundbreaking research examines the profits, contradictions, and frustrations of twenty-first century prodemocracy struggles throughout Southern Africa.
Three top Africa students examine the social forces using the democratic transformation of postcolonial states throughout southern Africa. wide learn and interviews with civil society organizers in Zimbabwe, South Africa, Zambia, Malawi, Namibia, and Swaziland tell this research of the demanding situations confronted by way of non-governmental companies in touching on either to the attendant inequality of globalization and to grassroots struggles for social justice.
About the Authors:
Peter Dwyer is a show in economics at Ruskin collage in Oxford.
Leo Zeilig Lecturer on the Institute of Commonwealth experiences, college of London.
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The picture that shines brightest in official eyes is the one of Ovamboland as an untroubled tribal back-water, home of the 'natural savage' in all his quaintly primitive charm. This is illustrated by the touching story of the Native Commissioner in the northern areas who had to organize a parade for a Royal Visitor and, in order to present the state of nature unspoilt, had all Christians pushed to the back of the crowd for the Royal viewing! N. are discounted by government spokesmen as the work of 'agitators'.
Dr Gunter Wagner, who studied the economic aspects of Herero THE ANTAGONISTS life for the South West African Native Affairs Department, com mented on the 'undiminished ability of the Herero to recuperate from setbacks'. ' The keeping of large numbers of unnecessary stock was no longer based on religious notions. Dr Wagner found that cattle were used to produce other forms of wealth; and despite the scepticism of officials, the Herero had shown a striking initiative and talent in organizing a dairy industry.
I asked Clement Kapuuo. ' He replied: 'The Herero-German war was not the first we fought. We were accustomed to war and have taken defeat. ' The Nama The Nama clans (called by the Whites Hottentots, a description they dislike) were once the sworn enemies of the Herero, and the two peoples swept down on one another's lands and herds, jostling for position in the central region of the country. N. N. have kept in touch with their people back home. The historian and the politician of White South West Africa make much of the Herero-Nama wars to illustrate their conten tion that the two peoples, mortal enemies for so long, can never live together in peace; that once the safeguard of White rule is removed, the country will again be plunged into inter-tribal war.
African Struggles Today: Social Movements Since Independence by Peter Dwyer, Leo Zeilig