By: LL Rose
An analysis of how traditional ruling elites in Swaziland, as in other parts of Africa, use harmony ideologies to downplay and resolve land disputes. A focus on the political, rather than economic, dimensions of land tenure and disputes it also examines gender and leadership issues associated with land, showing how women and new elites threaten the interests of men and traditional leaders.
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