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The Dilemmas of Africanization: Choices and Dangers for Sub-Saharan Africa

Casto, L. Dalton

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ISBN 10: 0965983005 / ISBN 13: 9780965983006
Published by , U.S.A.: African Ways Pub, 1998
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Title: The Dilemmas of Africanization: Choices and ...

Publisher: , U.S.A.: African Ways Pub

Publication Date: 1998

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Fine

Edition: 1st Edition.

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L. Dalton Casto's many years of work and travel in Africa, helping people cope with post-independent government experiments, have contributed to an original, intriguing and eye-opening analysis of Africa's policies and politics, successes and failures. His writing comes from direct experience with no hidden agendas or outside interference, as he analyses the various "Africanization" policies of replacing "non-citizen businesses" with African Citizen business ownership.

Topics cover the Africanization struggles in Ghana, Kenya, Mozambique, Namibia, Uganda, and Zimbabwe; and an in-depth analysis of South Africa today, including Nelson Mandela, Anti-Apartheid, the African National Congress, and South African Homelands.

The many examples and lessons illustrated in the book contribute to a better understanding of the on-going struggles for economic and political balance in both Sub-Saharan and South Africa.

About the Author:

Author, L. DALTON CASTO has worked as a business and economic consultant for the Ghanaian government, assisted business entrepreneurs and tribes in East Africa, Kenya, and Uganda, and consulted on other African government work. He completed post-graduate work at the University of California at Berkeley, School of Business and Economics, and has a business background in finance, promotion and management. Mr. Casto has traveled and researched extensively throughout Africa and has written of his experiences in another book, African Embrace. He lives in Northern California.

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