. Most of the work on generational conflict in Africa focuses on impoverished groups of young people, or youth (cf. Cole 2011). For example, a collection on intergenerational conflict in EastAfrica focuses on socio-economic changes and challenges. The articles describe the discontent of elders with the
French-speaking African traders increasingly master English (Bodomo 2010 ). They already have visitors from EastAfrica and should be able to attract an English-speaking clientele, provided they invest in highly specialized markets such as veterinarian products.
Belonging to the former category, Mr. D
Community Profiles 2006 Census). Two-thirds of those who arrived in the decade prior to 2006 were from southern (34%) and eastAfrica (33%) (Masinda and Kambere 2008 : 30). Less than 1% of the population (or just over 20,000 people) identified as Black in the 2006 Census in response to the question about
have a preponderance of West African restaurants and just one EastAfrican restaurant. All of these restaurants are places for cooking and serving predominantly popular West African dishes like jollof rice, fried rice and stew, egwusi soup with fufu, ogbono, waakye, banku, rice balls, eba, bitter leaf
informant said, ‘I sell everything.’ The goods are eventually retailed throughout entire sub-Saharan Africa (although goods retailed in EastAfrica are more likely to have been sourced in the Gulf). Some even sell to suppliers or retailers in European countries such as Spain and Italy.
political organization, was released by the CMS to accompany Jomo Kenyatta to Britain to give evidence before the Hilton Young Commission in 1928. He went primarily to testify about the dangers of an EastAfrican Federation, but was instructed by the Association to also further his education and it was in
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Journal of Religion in Africa
Mve Mbekale M.
Magie, sorcellerie et politique au Gabon et au Congo-Brazzaville
Démocratie et mutations culturelles