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BBC African Radiotape Service, no. 181, 1971
University Report: BBC African Service, no. 154, 1971
University Report: BBC African Service, no. 132, 1971
Ujama on the march

Tanzania's post-Arusha year.

The politics of development

Socialism, co-operation and agricultural productivity.

Experiments in co-operative agriculture

Methods of economic development.

The rational use of land

Almost all the leaders of the newly independent states of Africa claim allegiance to the ideals of socialism.

Planners, entrepreneurs, farmers

Methods of economic development.


The African farmer's need - guidance or proclamations?.

Soviet African scholarship

Soviet scholars like all Soviet people have always been irreconcilable enemies of colonialism, of any form of racial and national oppression.

Most food for most people

Africa's land must grow most food for most people.

Enter the black middle class farmer
Some Remarks on Land Reform in South Africa
Agricultural Extension in Zimbabwe: The Basis for Rural Development
Commissions presented at 5th General Students' Council of the South African Student's Organization, St Peters Seminary, Hammanskraal, 14-18 January, 1974

The memorandum contains commissions to assess, among others, the theory of the struggle pertaining to the Black culture, the feasibility of research into education suitable for the struggle of students in Universities, and possible student benefits programmes.

The Non-Europeans on the land
The role of capitalism in South African history: First attacks of colonialism on African society
Health and safety - grain workers in Cape Town
The forestry workers of La Motte
A note on the Agricultural and Plantation Workers` Union in Rhodesia 1964-1973


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