The history of neocolonialism
in Africa as a whole
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- Why Is Africa Married to the IMF?
- By Deji Odetoyinbo, 30 December 1994.
- Foreign Investment &
- By Ahmed Diwan, January 1995.
- A Dialog on Economics
- By Thami Medinane, Glen Adler, and William Freund, 27
- La zone franc
- By Ali Bouchniba, 12 April 1995.
- CAFA, World Bank and ASA
- By Chris Lowe, 11 May 1995. The Committee for Academic
Freedom in Africa is circulating a petition to try to stop
the World Bank from participating in African Studies
- Who Gains and Loses from Globalisation of
- By Wagaki Mwangi, Econews Africa, December
- South Africa's Mbeki Urges African
Leaders to Get Wise to Economics
- By Susan Linnee, Reuters, 13 July 1999. ‘Mere
moral appeals from the have-nots to the haves are not
likely to take us very far,*@8217; said the former South
- Africa must embrace
- By Stephen Laufer, Business Day
(Johannesburg), 14 July 1999. At the OAU summit on
globalization, President Thabo Mbeki argues that Africa
had little choice but to embrace globalisation, but it
should do so in pursuit of an ethical economy capable of
creating equity, security and sustainable