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Periodical articleDube, Angelo and Nhlabatsi, Sibusiso (2017)
See this documentOn amorphous terms, terrorism and a feeble judiciary: analysing the dissenting judgment in 'Maseko v Prime Minister of Swaziland and Others' (2016)
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 12 #1. p. 157-175.

Periodical articleAdebayo, Joseph Olusegun (2017)
See this documentThe role of peace journalism in the deconstruction of elections and the 'national question' in Nigeria
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 12 #1. p. 140-156.

Periodical articleSaha, Tushar Kanti and Gray, Rosemary (2017)
See this documentFresh challenges faced on the ground by the Kingdom of the Sky: a quest for peace, harmony and stability
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 12 #1. p. 120-139.

Periodical articleMutanga, Shingirirai Savious (2017)
See this documentTechnology transformation and changing demographic patterns: perspectives for Africa's future elections
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 12 #1. p. 107-119.

Periodical articleKhadiagala, Gilbert M. (2017)
See this documentWhither peacebuilding? A reflection on post-conflict African experiences
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 12 #1. p. 91-106.

Periodical articleMsila, Vuyisile and Matjila, Lesibana (2017)
See this documentThe management of democratic elections in Africa (MDEA) programme at the university of South Africa: is this the right path towards African solutions?
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 12 #1. p. 76-90.

Periodical articleMaphunye, Kealeboga J. (2017)
See this documentStraining without training? Capacity-related problems facing African election executives and officials
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 12 #1. p. 55-75.

Periodical articleMulaudzi, Phalandwa Abraham (2017)
See this documentThe clash of ideologies: notions of multiparty (liberal) democracy versus African systems
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 12 #1. p. 44-54.

Periodical articleNyambi, Samuel (2017)
See this documentProgress and challenges of consolidating the African state: consolidation indicators and the African Charter on Democracy, Elections and Governance
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 12 #1. p. 22-43.

Periodical articleZondi, Siphamandla (2017)
See this documentOf demons and angels: the international gaze on electoral democracy in Africa
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 12 #1. p. 7-21.

Periodical articleAkanle, Olayinka and Alemu, Abebe Ejigu and Adesina, Jimi (eds.) (2016)
See this documentThe existentialities of Ethiopian and Nigerian migrants in South Africa
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 11 #2. p. 139-158.

Periodical articleNhamo, Godwell and Nhamo, Senia (2016)
See this documentParis (COP21) Agreement: loss and damage, adaptation and climate finance issues
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 11 #2. p. 118-138.

Periodical articleGebreegzainher, Kinfe Abraha (2016)
See this documentEducation and development; females' education and fertility reduction in Africa: the case of Tigray, Ethiopia
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 11 #2. p. 102-117.

Periodical articleKaburise, Phyllis (2016)
See this documentImproving soft skills and communication in response to youth unemployment
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 11 #2. p. 87-101.

Periodical articleLubaale, Emma Charlene (2016)
See this documentThe need for a contextual approach in identifying street-connected children for purposes of intervention
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 11 #2. p. 70-86.

Periodical articleNwonwu, Francis O.C. (2016)
See this documentThe paradox of natural resource abundance and widespread underdevelopment in Africa
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 11 #2. p. 52-69.

Periodical articleAkinola, Adeoye O. and Ndawonde, Nompumelelo (2016)
See this documentNEPAD: talking from the South, governing from the West
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 11 #2. p. 38-51.

Periodical articleSesanti, Simphiwe (2016)
See this documentThabo Mbeki's African developmental agenda through Pan-Africanism and the African renaissance
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 11 #2. p. 24-37.

Periodical articleChasi, Colin and Levy, Neil (2016)
See this documentMandela and excellent African leadership: theory and lessons for practice from an appreciative thematic analysis
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 11 #2. p. 8-23.

Periodical articleKamuzinzi, Masengesho (2016)
See this document'Imihigo': a hybrid model associating traditional and modern logics in public policy implementation in Rwanda
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 11 #1. p. 123-141.

Periodical articleYirenkyi-Boateng, S. (2016)
See this documentTowards a critical realist perspective on African conflicts
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 11 #1. p. 103-122.

Periodical articleFubah, Mathias A. (2016)
See this documentViews about modern museums in the palaces of the western Grassfields, Cameroon
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 11 #1. p. 84-102.

Periodical articleOlowu, Dejo (2016)
See this documentThe role of African universities in the protection of the rights of indigenous peoples: a development agenda
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 11 #1. p. 64-83.

Periodical articleMaphosa, Beatrice (2016)
See this documentAlleviating poverty through resource provision: the case of a South African agricultural project
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 11 #1. p. 45-63.

Periodical articleWilkinson, Robyn (2016)
See this documentDangerous othering in Meg Vandermerwe's 'Zebra crossing': Ubuntu - ideals and realities of the 2010 FIFA World Cup
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 11 #1. p. 34-44.

Periodical articleDebele, Meskerem L. (2016)
See this documentThe Ethiopian root of Thomas More's 'Utopia'
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 11 #1. p. 22-33.

Periodical articleChetty, Rajendra and Curr, Matthew (2016)
See this documentDeaf to women: Rhodes's refusal to hear women or his own feminine voice within - a reading of Schreiner's 'Trooper Peter Halket of Mashonaland'
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 11 #1. p. 5-21.

Periodical articleMachineripi, Gwarinda and Khan, Khatija (2015)
See this documentConstructing nationalist masculine identities: heroism and legitimacy in Joshua Nkomo's 'The Story of my Life'
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 10 #2. p. 190-203.

Periodical articleFaris, John Andrew (2015)
See this documentAfrican customary law and common law in South Africa: reconciling contending legal systems
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 10 #2. p. 171-189.

Periodical articleSaurombe, Amos (2015)
See this documentLand reform: unfulfilled obligation in southern Africa and beyond
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 10 #2. p. 156-170.

Periodical articleManasseh, Tumuhimbise (2015)
See this documentHeightening leadership effectiveness in local governments of Uganda: 'challenge the process' for organisational support
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 10 #2. p. 143-155.

Periodical articleMubangizi, John and Kaya, Hassan (2015)
See this documentAfrican indigenous knowledge systems and human rights: implications for higher education, based on the South African experience
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 10 #2. p. 125-142.

Periodical articleKibuka-Sebitosi, Esther (2015)
See this documentTowards a model for international collaboration and partnerships in teacher education in Africa: education for sustainable development in South Africa
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 10 #2. p. 104-124.

Periodical articleSarkin, Jeremy (2015)
See this documentUnderstanding the journey to reconciliation in transitional societies: using the metaphor of a motor vehicle road trip to understand South Africa's path (process) to political reconciliation
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 10 #2. p. 87-103.

Periodical articleNoomé, Idette (2015)
See this documentJustice for all? Accountable translations of texts on indigenous law
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 10 #2. p. 69-86.

Periodical articleNkomo, Marumo (2015)
See this documentThe trade related aspects of intellectual property rights (TRIPS) - pharmaceuticals transitional period: can it help build capacity in African least developed countries (LDCs)?
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 10 #2. p. 48-68.

Periodical articleOkolo, Abutu Lawrence (2015)
See this documentChina's foreign policy shift in Africa: from non-interference to preponderance
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 10 #2. p. 32-47.

Periodical articleZambakari, Christopher (2015)
See this documentSouth Sudan and the East African Community: common market, citizenship, and political federation
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 10 #2. p. 6-31.

Periodical articleMangena, Tendai (2015)
See this documentRethinking African sexualities in the context of HIV and AIDS: the life and death discourse of 'modernised polygamy' in Sue Nyathi's The polygamist
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 10 #1. p. 181-190.

Periodical articleMaithufi, Sopelekae (2015)
See this documentOf fire and rejuvenation: in search of the 'post' in 'post-apartheid'
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 10 #1. p. 170-180.

Periodical articleNtui, Charles and Rampedi, Isaac (2015)
See this documentHearted efforts by the Mogogelo community to protect traditional sites by means of public participation forums: a review report
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 10 #1. p. 153-169.

Periodical articleKamwendo, Gregory (2015)
See this documentTowards a vibrant African languages industry in the era of the African renaissance
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 10 #1. p. 141-152.

Periodical articleIsaacs-Martin, Wendy (2015)
See this documentIssues of race, ethnicity, socio-economic position and spatial acknowlegement in South Africa: how spatial access and expression still perpetuate notions of difference, separation and uncertainty amongst the South African coloured population
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 10 #1. p. 120-140.

Periodical articleAmoateng, Acheampong (2015)
See this documentThe end of politics by the youth? Higher education, youth identity and recession of political participation by South Africa's 'born-frees': the case of undergraduate students at a public university
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 10 #1. p. 102-119.

Periodical articleBanda, Felix and Adetomokun, Idowu (2015)
See this documentAfrican renaissance and negotiation of Yoruba identity in the diaspora: a case study of Nigerian students in Cape Town
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 10 #1. p. 83-101.

Periodical articleYishak, Degefu and Gumbo, Mishack (2015)
See this documentA stand-alone, blended or restructured indigenisation approach to curriculum? A critical perspective
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 10 #1. p. 60-82.

Periodical articleShaik-Peremanov, Nazreen (2015)
See this documentThe Zambian copperbelt: the need for international regulation
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 10 #1. p. 47-59.

Periodical articleNzewi, Ogochukwu (2015)
See this documentThe renaissance factor in South Africa and the changing landscape of African regional governance (1999-2008)
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 10 #1. p. 25-46.

Periodical articleOloruntoba, Samuel (2015)
See this documentPan-Africanism, knowledge production and the third liberation of Africa
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 10 #1. p. 7-24.

Periodical articleTshangela, Mapula (2014)
See this documentEnvironmental technology assessment for enhanced green economy transition in South Africa
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 9 #2. p. 213-226.

Periodical articleMakina, Anesu and Luthuli, Albert (2014)
See this documentCorporate South Africa and biodiversity in a green economy
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 9 #2. p. 197-212.

Periodical articleMukonza, Chipo and Mukonza, Ricky (2014)
See this documentAn analysis of responses to climate change by local government in South Africa: the case of Capricorn District Municipality
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 9 #2. p. 173-196.

Periodical articleMusvoto, Godfrey G. (2014)
See this documentThe historical evolution of settlement patterns and trends in South Africa: unlocking the log-jam of the unsustainable settlements impasse
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 9 #2. p. 154-172.

Periodical articleWakeford, Jeremy J. and Swilling, Mark (2014)
See this documentPeak Oil as a stimulus for a green economy transition in South Africa: alternative liquid fuel and transport options
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 9 #2. p. 133-153.

Periodical articleLethoko, Mankolo (2014)
See this documentGreen Economy job projections vs green skills: is there a link between present skills base and the projected numbers in South Africa?
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 9 #2. p. 113-132.

Periodical articleMjimba, Vuyo (2014)
See this documentMain-streaming the climate change and green growth agenda into development visions: a narrative from selected sub-Sahara African countries
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 9 #2. p. 95-112.

Periodical articleLyons, Kristen and Westoby, Peter (2014)
See this documentCarbon markets and the new 'carbon violence': a Ugandan study
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 9 #2. p. 77-94.

Periodical articleChikozho, Claudious and De Jongh, Derick (2014)
See this documentRestoring degraded landscapes: assessing the utility of biodiversity offsets for the business sector in Africa
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 9 #2. p. 61-76.

Periodical articleMoyo, Theresa (2014)
See this documentGreen economy/growth policies and their implementation in the context of the renewable energy sector: the case of Mozambique, South Africa and Zimbabwe
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 9 #2. p. 39-60.

Periodical articleNhamo, Godwell (2014)
See this documentFrom sustainable development through green growth to sustainable development 'plus'
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 9 #2. p. 20-38.

Periodical articleMasoga, Mogomme A. and Kaya, Hassan O. (2014)
See this documentAfrican indigenous ecology control and sustainable community livelihood in southern African history
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 9 #2. p. 6-19.

Periodical articleTeffo, Lesiba Joseph (2014)
See this documentNurturing democratic elections for good governance and African renaissance
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 9 #1. p. 115-129.

Periodical articleMbedu, Nkosinathi (2014)
See this documentSocial cohesion for the unfinished business of land reform in South Africa
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 9 #1. p. 100-114.

Periodical articleMutopo, Patience and Chiweshe, Manase (2014)
See this documentLarge-scale land deals, global capital and the politics of livelihoods: experiences of women small-holder farmers in Chisumbanje, Zimbabwe
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 9 #1. p. 84-99.

Periodical articleMpofu, Busani (2014)
See this documentThe contribution of Archie Mafeje to the debate on land reform in Africa
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 9 #1. p. 69-83.

Periodical articleGumede, Vusi (2014)
See this documentLand reform in post-apartheid South Africa: should South Africa follow Zimbabwe's footsteps?
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 9 #1. p. 50-68.

Periodical articleNyawo, Vongai Z. (2014)
See this documentZimbabwe post-Fast Track Land Reform Programme: the different experiences coming through
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 9 #1. p. 36-49.

Periodical articleTong, Maureen (2014)
See this documentDecolonisation and comparative land reform with a special focus on Africa
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 9 #1. p. 16-35.

Periodical articleGutto, Shadrack B.O. (2014)
See this documentRe-theorising and re-conceptualising land, sovereignty, socio-economic rights and responsibility in the context of pan-Africanism and African renaissance in the 21st century
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 9 #1. p. 5-15.

Periodical articleVelthuizen, Andreas (2013)
See this documentTowards a military doctrine for humanistic intervention in African conflicts
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 8 #2. p. 89-106.

Periodical articleNkuna, Paul H. (2013)
See this documentAfrica's indigenous languages as the cornerstone of the African Renaissance
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 8 #2. p. 70-88.

Periodical articleMoji, Polo (2013)
See this documentDomesticating 'Ivoirité': equating xenophobic nationalism and women's marginalisation in Tanella Boni's 'Matins de couvre-feu' (2005)
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 8 #2. p. 58-69.

Periodical articleNdlovu-Gatsheni, Sabelo J. (2013)
See this documentRevisiting the national question and rethinking the political trajectory of Africa in the 21st century
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 8 #2. p. 32-57.

Periodical articleAnyang' Nyong'o, Peter (2013)
See this documentThe land question, land grabbing and agriculture in Africa
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 8 #2. p. 23-31.

Periodical articleGebre-Egziabher, Kinfe Abraha (2013)
See this documentLand registration and certification as a key strategy for ensuring gender equity, preventing land grabbing and enhancing agricultural productivity: evidence from Tigray, Ethiopia
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 8 #2. p. 5-22.

Periodical articleGray, Rosemary (2013)
See this document'A lucid stream of everywhereness' in Ben Okri's 'Wild' (2012): a postmodern perspective
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 8 #1. p. 143-152.

Periodical articleNhamo, Godwell (2013)
See this documentGreen economy readiness in South Africa: a focus on the national sphere of government
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 8 #1. p. 115-142.

Periodical articleAshcroft, Bill (2013)
See this documentAfrican futures: the necessity of utopia
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 8 #1. p. 94-114.

Periodical articleMungwini, Pascah (2013)
See this documentAfrican modernities and the critical reappropriation of indigenous knowledges: towards a polycentric global epistemology
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 8 #1. p. 78-93.

Periodical articleHoppers, Catherine Odora (2013)
See this documentBeyond human rights - confronting atrocity with healing and reconciliation: merging African perspectives in a globalising world
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 8 #1. p. 59-77.

Periodical articleNdlovu, Morgan (2013)
See this documentLiving in the Marikana world: the state, capital and society
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 8 #1. p. 46-58.

Periodical articleGutto, Shadrack B.O. (2013)
See this documentIn search of real justice for Africa and Africans, and her/their descendants in a world of justice, injustices and impunity
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 8 #1. p. 30-45.

Periodical articleZambakari, Christopher (2013)
See this documentSouth Sudan and the nation-building project: lessons and challenges
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 8 #1. p. 5-29.

Periodical articleYorke, Gosnell L. (2012)
See this documentAfrica and its diaspora: the principal reciprocal benefits to be derived from the amended Constitutive Act of the African Union
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 7 #2. p. 79-95.

Periodical articleMosimege, Mogege (2012)
See this documentMethodological challenges in doing ethnomathematical research
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 7 #2. p. 59-78.

Periodical articleAnyangwe, Carlson (2012)
See this documentRace and ethnicity: voters' party preference in South African elections
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 7 #2. p. 38-58.

Periodical articleMangu, André Mbata B. (2012)
See this documentGood governance and democratic leadership for an African Renaissance: a reflection on AU member States' compliance with the AUCPCC
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 7 #2. p. 18-37.

Periodical articleWasamba, Peter (2012)
See this documentGoing beyond data collection in ethnography: options for bridging the gap between researchers and archivists
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 7 #2. p. 4-17.

Periodical articleMai, Magdaline Mbong and Bidandi, Fred (2012)
See this documentStructured literacy practices: towards capacity building in selected communities in the Western Cape
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 7 #1. p. 129-144.

Periodical articleMaroyi, Alfred (2012)
See this documentLocal plant use and traditional conservation practices in Nhema communal area, Zimbabwe
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 7 #1. p. 109-128.

Periodical articleEdoun, Emmanuel Innocents (2012)
See this documentDecentralization and local economic development: effective tools for Africa's renewal
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 7 #1. p. 94-108.

Periodical articleEkanade, Olumide and Odoemene, Akachi (2012)
See this documentChallenges of democracy and the (de)memorialisation of the June 12, 1993 elections in Nigeria
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 7 #1. p. 73-93.

Periodical articleNdlovu, Mbulisi and Dube, Nkosivile (2012)
See this documentAnalysis of the relevance of traditional leaders and the evolution of traditional leadership in Zimbabwe: a case study of amaNdebele
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 7 #1. p. 50-72.

Periodical articleTeffo, Lesiba J. (2012)
See this documentTraditional institutions and the rural development challenges in Africa: gender and agricultural transformation perspectives
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 7 #1. p. 39-49.

Periodical articleKhan, Khatija (2012)
See this documentBeyond the literary veil - women writing Africa: the northern region (2009)
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 7 #1. p. 22-38.

Periodical articleMutekwa, Anias (2012)
See this documentGendered globalisation discourses: implications for the African Renaissance
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 7 #1. p. 5-21.

Periodical articleVelthuizen, Andreas Gerhardus (Dries) (2011)
See this documentBest practices for the management of knowledge for conflict resolution: lessons learned from the Great Lakes region of Africa
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 6 #2. p. 118-131.

Periodical articleMaile, Simeon (2011)
See this documentThe absence of a home curriculum in post-apartheid education in South Africa
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 6 #2. p. 100-117.

Periodical articleNotshulwana, Mxolisi (2011)
See this documentState fragility in Africa: methods chasing problems or problems chasing methods in political discourse?
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 6 #2. p. 81-99.

Periodical articleManasseh, Tumuhimbise (2011)
See this documentDesired or deserving leadership? A reflection on the leadership exercised in local governments of Uganda
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Renaissance Studies. Volume 6 #2. p. 71-80.

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