Africa Insight


Africa Insight

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Publisher: Africa Institute

Africa Insight, an independent publication promoting an insight into the
process of change in Africa, is the quarterly journal of the Africa
Institute. It seeks to reflect thinking about theoretical and practical
developments in the discipline of African studies, particularly as these
affect South Africa; and about political, economic, cultural, social, legal,
and technological developments on the continent.

The Journal's purpose is to provide Africanists - both professional and lay
- with insight into the process of change in Africa. This goal is effected
by publishing articles, debates and book reviews. Africa Insight is a
refereed journal.

It comprises:

* Well-researched and professionally referenced information and opinion,
written by experts in their fields.

* Coverage of a wide range of diverse topics (political trends and events,
democratization, economic issues, regional cooperation, international
relations, conflict resolution, aspects of education and training, health
hazards, community development, food security, institutional capacity
building) provides a rich kaleidoscopic overview of Africa and its

* Book reviews on current publications of interest to Africa-watchers.

ISSN: 0256 2804


Elizabeth le Roux
Africa Institute of South Africa
PO Box 630
Pretoria 0001
South Africa

Tel: +27 12 328 6970
Fax: +27 12 323 8153
Email: or

Abstracts available online. Articles available by order or subscription.

Current Issue: Volume 36, No. 2 (2006)

Date: 10 April 2007

Original posting date: 
Tuesday, April 10, 2007
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