DEVELOPMENT

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University Report: BBC African Service, no. 163, 1971
Arts and Africa: BBC African Service, no. 237
BBC African Service, no. 53, 1969
Assorted conferences, correspondence and articles
The New African: Volume 7, Number 2, 1968
Inside South Africa

We hear less of Bantustans than we used to.

Tanzania after five years

Each Tanzanian feels he is a free Tanzanian.

Implementing African Socialism

Kenya's revised development plan.

Leadership and the Wanji

The Wanji are a Bantu-speaking tribe of about 20,000 population inhabiting two small scoop-shaped basins on the northern edge of the Elton Plateau. This plateau is a part of the Poroto Mountains, which lie to the north of Lake Malawi in Tanzania.

Work for progress

Uganda plans for economic growth and change.

Development strategy and implementation in Ghana and Nigeria

A crucial cause of the military-police coups in Ghana and Nigeria was the rejection of the political, economic structure and policy of their political elites.

Nigeria: the politics of socio-economic bankruptcy

The politics of socio-economic bankruptcy.

The price of withdrawal

Truths white South Africans must learn from Algeria.

Bechuanaland: the coveted liability

Planning and aid can save Bechuanaland from capture by Verwoerd.

The New African: Volume 3, Number 4, May 1964
Beer, bricks and boots

Lagos and Accra boom into the independent sixties.

The two moralities

Non-racial African unity, based on humanism and the new cultural amalgam, develops in opposition to tribalism and the Whites' morality of survival.

The new economic orders

The choice before tropical Africa is wider than "Capitalism or Communism".

Down at Mqanduli

A Transkei report.

Theoria: a journal of studies in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences No.30 1968

Pages

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