2004 Volume 26


Number 1

Note from the Editor
4-5

AFSAAP Conference 2004
6-7

Guest essays
A conversation with Raymond Suttner: Reflections on a decade of freedom in South Africa
8-17

Some reflections on Ethiopian Studies Today – Irma Taddia
18-25

Articles
Popular music and politics in Sékou Touré’s Guinea – Graeme Counsel
26-42

The World Bank’s poverty reduction strategies and Africa: Realistic expectations and civic engagement – Helen Ware
42-51

The South African elections 2004 – Paul Nursey-Bray
52-65

Refugees and their interpreters: The Kenyan experience – E. Odhiambo-Abuya
66-76

Book Reviews
Joseph Gugler: African film: Re-imagining a Continent; Melissa Thackway: Africa shoots back: Alternative perspectives in sub-Saharan Francophone Africa – Martin Mhando
77-84

Catherine Campbell, ‘Letting them die’ Why HIV/AIDS prevention programmes fail – Elizabeth Reid
85-89

Ruth Watson: ‘Civil disorder is the disease of Ibadan’ Chieftaincy and civic culture in a Yoruba city – David Dorward
90

James Barber: Mandela’s world: The international dimension of South Africa’s political revolution 1990-1999 – Eric Louw
91-93

Herman Giliomee: The Afrikaners: Biography of a people – Eric Louw
94-95

Tanya Lyons: Guns and guerrilla girls – Christine Sylvester
96-98

A. Adu Boahan: Yaa Asantewaa and the Asante-British war of 1900-1 – William Tordoff
99-102

Simon Zukas: Into exile and back – William Tordoff
103-105

Forthcoming: Graham Connah, Forgotten Africa – An introduction to its archaeology
106

Research Matters
Migration and the nation state. The case of displaced Rwandans in Tanzania – Saskia van Hoyweghen
107-108

Notes
South Africans take stock after ten years – Joan Wardrop
109-111

Some observations on the 2004 South African elections in KwaZulu-Natal - Joan Wardrop
111-114

Australian anti-Apartheid activists’ Sydney celebrations of South Africa’s first ten years – Yvette Pritchard and Lynette Simons
115-117

Winterton Collection of East African photographs – David Dorward
117-118

Photographs as historical sources - David Dorward
118-119

The Internet Mission Photography Archive – Jon Miller
119

From around Australia 
120

Conferences 
121-123

STOP PRESS
2004 United Nations Population Awards
123


Number 2

Note from the Editor
3-4

AFSAAP Conference 2005
5-7

Articles
‘Variant fortune’: The livelihood plights of two families in rural Zimbabwe – John Louis Moore
8-24

The empowerment of women in Museveni’s Uganda: Who benefits? – William Muhumuza
25-40

Review Articles
Towards the rebirth of African universitiesLalage Bown
41-47

Understanding the Rwenzururu movement: An autobiographical account – Martin Doornbos
48-53

The past, present and future of African politics – Scott MacWilliam
54-58

Book Reviews
Ronald Labonte and Ted Schrecker with David Sanders and Wilma Meeus: Fatal indifference: The G8, Africa and global health – Peter Annear
59-63

Heike Behrend: Alice Lakwena and the holy spirits: War in Northern Uganda 1985-97; Els De Temmerman: Aboke girls: Children abducted in Northern Uganda; Zachary Lomo and Lucy Hovil: Behind the violence: Causes, consequences and the search for solutions to the war in Northern Uganda; World Vision; pawns of politics: Children, conflict and peace in Northern Uganda; AVSI, GUSCO, Red Barnet, UNICEF and World Vision: Where is my Home? Children in war – Cherry Gertzel
64-67

Shirley Ardener (ed.): Swedish Ventures in Cameroon 1883-1923: Trade and travel, People and politics, The memoir of Knut Knutson; E. M. Chilver and Ute Roschenthaler (eds): Cameroon’s tycoon: Max Esser’s expedition and its consequencesCaroline Ifeka
68-72

Thomas V. McClendon: Genders and generations apart: Labor tenants and customary law in segregation-era South Africa, 1920s to 1940s – Joan Wardrop
73-75

George E. Brooks: Eurafricans in Western Africa. Commerce, social status, gender, and religious observance from the Sixteenth to the Eighteenth century – Graeme Counsel
76-77

Carol Summers: Africans’ education in Southern Rhodesia: 1918-1940 – John Louis Moore
78-79

Dan Brockington: Fortress conservation: The preservation of the Mkomazi Game Reserve, Tanzania – Lochran Trail
80-81

Eric Gilbert: Dhows and the colonial economy of Zanzibar: 1860-1970 – Iain Walker
82-85

Research Matters
Old crop, new crop: Contracting out oil palm production in Ghana – Paul Huddleston
86-91

Women and empire: Primary sources on gender and Anglo-Imperialism, 1750-1930Liz Dimock
92

Notes
Namibia’s Arid Lands Research Institute: Combining desert ecology with the search for community development – Robin Burns
93-97

Arabian Africans or African Arabs?: The dynamics of Islamic African identity in the Arabian peninsula – Iain Walker
98-101

AFSAAP News
AFSAAP Annual General Meeting 2004: Minutes
102-106

Conferences
107