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Interest Groups in South African Politics.
(UNIVERSITY OF ZIMBABWE Publications (formerly University College of Rhodesia), 1969-01)
Any survey of political behavior in South Africa, ought to begin with a consideration of the role of pressure groups or interest groups. The term “interest group" is to be preferred to "pressure group" because the latter ...
Towards a Stronger Human Rights Culture in Zimbabwe: the Special Role of Lawyers
(Faculty of Law, University of Zimbabwe (UZ), 1989)
After consulting with the various security authorities, the Government decided in the middle of 1990 that in the light of the improved security situation, the state of emergency which had been continuously in effect since ...
Migration, Local Politics and CAMPFIRE
Over the years there has been, in Southern Africa, a steady flow of populations from the overcrowded communal areas into those marginal zones which previously were sparsely populated. Usually it is post-independent leadership ...
Electoral Process in Botswana: A Synopsis
(Faculty of Law, University of Zimbabwe (UZ), 1999)
The purpose of this article is to provide an overview of Botswana's electoral process. It outlines the functional demands of elections, identifies the contentious issues in the electoral process, and where appropriate, ...