By Deborah Potts, Deborah Fahy Bryceson
Are Africa's such a lot populous and economically dominant towns a strength to reckon with within the twenty-first century? This booklet analyzes the economies of East and Southern Africa's 'apex' towns, probing how they've got altered structurally through the years and their present assets of financial energy and vulnerability at neighborhood, nationwide and foreign degrees. Case examine chapters concentrating on Johannesburg, Chitungwiza, Gaborone, Maputo, Dar es Salaam, Mombasa, Nairobi, Kampala and Mogadishu shed new mild on modern African city customers and difficulties.
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While there is a profusion of literature on urban crime in South Africa extending to Southern Africa, very little has been written on crime and urbanization in East Africa. One notable exception is Obudho and Owuor 1994. uk. M. (2002) ‘Corruption at City Hall: African Housing and Urban Development in Colonial Nairobi’, in A. ), 138–54. M. and R. Rathbone (eds) (2000) Africa’s Urban Past, Oxford, James Currey. Arrighi, E. (1973) ‘Labour Supplies in Historical Perspective: A Study of the Proletarianization of the African Peasantry in Rhodesia’, in E.