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Periodical articleAlhassan, A.; Tonah, S. (2010)
If you don't have money why do you want to be a chief? an analysis of the commercialization of justice in the Houses of Chiefs in Ghana
Ghana Social Science Journal. Volume 7 #1. p. 1-13.

Periodical articleKebonang, S.; Moruakgomo, G. (2010)
Amazing young kgosi
Kutlwano. Volume 48 #8. August. p. 6-10.

Periodical articleAnamzoya, Alhassan Sulemana (2008)
Politicization, elite manipulation, or institutional weaknesses? The search for alternative explanations to the Dagbon chieftaincy disputes in northern Ghana
Abstract presentResearch Review. Volume 24 #1. p. 1-25.

Periodical articlePilane, M.; Mpitse, S.; Keobaletswe, T. (2008)
Kgosi Kgafela II ascends the throne
Kutlwano. Volume 46 #11. November. p. 20-29.

Periodical articleAdjei, Godwin K. (2007)
Reducing the male monopoly of State drumming in Ghana: the Axim experience
Abstract presentResearch Review. Volume 23 #2. p. 71-79.

Periodical articleMahehe, R. (2007)
Human rights lawyer ascends the throne
Kutlwano. Volume 48 #10. October. p. 6-7.

Periodical articleAkrong, A. (2006)
Pre-monarchial political leadership among the Gas with special reference to the people of La
Research Review. #17. p. 137-147.

Periodical articleAnamzoya, A.S. (2006)
Our courts, our cases and we are the judges: chiefs as judges in the houses of chiefs in Ghana
Legon Journal of Sociology. Volume 3 #2. December-June 2009. p. 70-91.

Periodical articleMorris, Brian (2006)
See this publicationThe ivory trade and chiefdoms in precolonial Malawi
Abstract presentThe Society of Malawi Journal. Volume 59 #2. p. 6-23.

Periodical articleMotlatshiping, M. (2006)
Puso ascends the throne
Kutlwano. Volume 47 #10. October. p. 6-9.

Periodical articleMpitse, S. (2006)
Kgosi Masunga
Kutlwano. Volume 47 #4. April. p. 8-9.

Periodical articleBrukum, N.J.K. (2005)
Traditional constitutions and chieftaincy succession disputes in Northern Ghana
Legon Journal of Sociology. Volume 2 #1. June-December. p. 25-35.

Periodical articleLaFraniere, A. (2005)
Kgosi Mosadi of Balete
Kutlwano. Volume 43 #1. January. p. 6-8.

Periodical articleMorapedi, Wazha G. (2005)
See this publicationDemise or Resilience, Customary Law and the Changing Order in Africa: The Case of Chieftaincy in Botswana
Abstract presentAfrica Development: A Quarterly Journal of CODESRIA. Volume 30 #4. p. 171-200.

Periodical articleMouiche, Ibrahim (2005)
See this publicationAutorités traditionnelles, multipartisme et gouvernance démocratique au Cameroun
Abstract presentAfrica Development: A Quarterly Journal of CODESRIA. Volume 30 #4. p. 221-249.

Periodical articleTonah, H. (2005)
Resolving chieftaincy succession disputes and communal conflicts in Ghana: lessons from Mamprugu, Northern Ghana
Legon Journal of International Affairs. Volume 2 #1. May. p. 100-124.

Periodical articleTonah, S. (2005)
The unholy alliance between chiefs and Fulani herdsmen in the middle Volta basin of Ghana
Ghana Social Science Journal. Volume 3 #1-2. June-December. p. 91-112.

Periodical articleSserwadda, G. (2004)
Federo: the raving quest for money, power?
6th of February. Volume 17 #8. August. p. 19-22.

Periodical articleTonah, S. (2004)
Defying the nayiri: traditional authority, people's power and the politics of chieftaincy succession in Mamprugu--Northern Ghana
Legon Journal of Sociology. Volume 1 #1. January. p. 42-58.

Periodical articleHanson, Holly (2003)
King for a Day: How Ganda Chiefs Ended a Civil War in 1893
Abstract presentUganda Journal. Volume 49. December. p. 8-14.

Periodical articleSakyi, E. Kojo (2003)
See this publication'Gone But Not Forgotten': Chieftaincy, Accountability and State Audit in Ghana, 1993-99
Abstract presentAfrican Sociological Review. Volume 7 #1. p. 131-145.

Periodical articleMatemba, Yonah H. (2002)
See this publicationThe Assassination of 'Kgosi' Seepapitso Gaseitsiwe of the BaNgwaketse, 1916-17
Abstract presentBotswana Notes and Records. Volume 34. p. 25-36.

Periodical articleMorupisi, D. (2002)
Lotlamoreng II becomes Barolong's kgosi
Kutlwano. Volume 40 #4. April. p. 4-11.

Periodical articleMotswakhumo, B. (2002)
The three dikgosi
Zebra's Voice. Volume 29 #1. August. p. 4-5.

Periodical articleMuller, J.C. (2001)
Histoire de l'établissement des Dìì et de leurs chefferies en Adamaoua (Nord-Cameroun)
Ngaoundere-anthropos. Volume 6. p. 11-42.

Periodical articleBarei, Geoffrey (2000)
The Decline in the Role of Chieftainship in Elections
Pula: Botswana Journal of African Studies. Volume 14 #1. p. 65-75.

Periodical articleNach Mback, Charles (2000)
See this publicationLa chefferie traditionnelle au Cameroun: ambiguïtés juridiques et dérives politiques
Abstract presentAfrica Development: A Quarterly Journal of CODESRIA. Volume 25 #3-4. p. 77-118.

Periodical articleDinerman, A. (1999)
O surgimento dos antigos régulos como 'chefes de produção' na Província de Nampula (1975/87)
Estudos moçambicanos. #17. p. 95-256.

Periodical articleHendricks, Fred T.; Ntsebeza, Lungisile (1999)
Chiefs and Rural Local Government in Post-Apartheid South Africa
African Journal of Political Science. Volume 4 #1. June. p. 99-126.

Periodical articleMbuya, Titus (1999)
Legitimacy and Succession in Tswana States: The Case of BaKwena, 1930-1963
Abstract presentPula: Botswana Journal of African Studies. Volume 13 #1-2. p. 61-76.

Periodical articleVijfhuizen, Carin; Makora, Locadia (1998)
See this publicationMore Than One Paramount Chief in One Chieftaincy? The Gender of Maintaining Worlds
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 25 #1. p. 59-81.

Periodical articleMosesane, N. (1997)
Kgosi Seboko II crowned paramount Chief of Balete
Zebra's Voice. Volume 24 #1-2. p. 12-13.

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