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(first secretary of the circle committee). For ten cells in the Sabão and Tongogara neighbourhoods where an estimate could be made for the number of plots (for living) they contain, the average is about 60 plots, where each plot is more or less square with a side of about 25 meters. In 2010 all of Sabão

In: Nationalism and Territoriality in Barue and Mozambique

, life appears to be better. For instance, one of the respondents who had been in Zimbabwe for just over a month stated that: Life is better in Zimbabwe; in Mozambique there are no proper plans to enable vending activities to sustain a living. In Zimbabwe, life is better because I can even afford a

In: Regional Integration and Migration in Africa

farming. In Southern Africa migration was also motivated by a combination of factors, and these included the search for security. Particularly noteworthy is the expansion of the Zulu Kingdom under the leadership of Shaka Zulu, the rush for ivory and trade commodities in Mozambique as well as environmental

In: Regional Integration and Migration in Africa

-state. The student movement represents both an attempt from the top to restructure state-society relations and a popular initiative by a newly educated class of students to reshape the state from the bottom. In rereading Challenge , my hope is to discover the limits and frontiers of intellectual life

In: Ethiopia in Theory: Revolution and Knowledge Production, 1964-2016

Ethiopian exile readers can be accounted for by the fact that they would have known that Addis Hiwet was a pen name for a member of the Ethiopian student movement who was most likely also living in exile (the name translates to New Life). Although Addis Hiwet’s biographical details remain sketchy, a few

In: Ethiopia in Theory: Revolution and Knowledge Production, 1964-2016

challenging whether in their countries of origin or in the host countries. undp (2011) examines how remittances are important for human development in the home country. This begs the question of how migrants obtain the money sent home in the form of remittances. Generally, migrants earn a living in the

In: Regional Integration and Migration in Africa

mhondoro (lion) spirit is the spirit of a deceased ruler and is relevant for entire political communities. Living people can host spirits; some spirits can speak through their hosts, or mediums ( masvikiro , sg. svikiro ). That someone hosts a spirit is usually determined after the onset of an

In: Nationalism and Territoriality in Barue and Mozambique

Oliveira began living for months at a time in Maputo to oversee the factory. As of January 2020, she had stayed there and stuck with the project, experiencing all its phases. 75 To some, the bilateral pharmaceutical project may have come to look like a fiasco or (yet another) tale of broken

In: Modernization Dreams, Lusotropical Promises

Mondlane, 1972 [1963], p. 407), for they would eventually have to go to the United States for tertiary education, as pointed out by the Central Committee at Frelimo’s Second Congress ( Frelimo, 1977c [1968], p. 79). She added that students ‘have a purpose in life’, that ‘the future of Mozambique depends

In: Nationalism and Territoriality in Barue and Mozambique

made living in the area very difficult, and he fled to a place south of Barue protected by Frelimo, around 1986. During the interview Paulino FS first indicated that Charles/Tomás became Gimo’s successor after the end of the Frelimo-Renamo war. But later he indicated that he himself had to be chief

In: Nationalism and Territoriality in Barue and Mozambique