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Lesotho's transition to democratic rule : an era of "fragile" democracy.
Many in Lesotho had hoped that the 1993 elections would restore democratic rule and establish the political stability that had eluded the country since independence. The post-1993 transition to democratic rule created ...
Human and non-human flows as a threat to the security of a democratic South Africa.
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Christian organisation effectiveness in resolving HIV/AIDS related conflicts : a case of faith-based organisations in Bulawayo.
The study aims to understand the response of Christian AIDS organisations to HIV/AIDS related conflicts in Bulawayo-Zimbabwe. Many criticisms have been levelled against these organisations mainly because of their delayed, ...
Peace building in practice : a study of operational factors using the Oxfam Canada peace building programme as a case study.
The central question of this study addresses the issue of the impact and effect of peace building interventions on the dynamics of peace and conflict. It takes as its context the process of rebuilding and reconciliation ...
Aspects of land and labour in Kenya, 1919-1939.
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The relationship between economic development, ruling elites and democratic consolidation.
The end of the cold war resulted in much optimism in Africa that political and economic problems would be minimised. In line with this optimism a number of countries undertook political and economic reforms. These ...
A critical assessment of the impact of involuntary resettlement on the lives of Basotho people : the case study of Lesotho Highlands Water Project, Lesotho.
The aim of this research project is to explore the socio-economic and environmental effects experienced by the relocated population at Lesotho Highlands Water Project (LHWP). Large dams are constructed for irrigation, ...
Military interventions in African conflicts : the Southern African Development Community coalition of the Willing's military intervention in the Democratic Republic of Congo, 1998-2002.
This study focuses on the premise that national interests of governments are the primary motivating factors that inform decisions on military interventions. Military strategy remains a principal tool in the attainment, ...