Africa Books

From Africa Renewal: 
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** Please note: books are not directly available from Africa Renewal,
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The Economics and Politics of Climate Change, eds. Cameron Hepburn and Dieter Helm (Oxford University Press, Northamptonshire, UK, 2009; 525 pp; hb £30)

To Cook a Continent: Destructive Extraction and the Climate Crisis in Africa by Nnimmo Bassey (Pambazuka Press Publication, Oxford, UK, 2010; 224 pp; pb £12.95)

Climate Change in Africa by Camilla Toulmin (Zed Books, London, UK, 2009; 160 pp; pb $23.95)

Where is Uhuru? Reflections on the Struggle for Democracy in Africa by Issa G. Shivji (Pambazuka Press Publication, Oxford, UK, 2009; 260 pp; pb £16.95)

Struggles for Citizenship in Africa by Bronwen Manby (Zed Books, London, UK, 2009; 208 pp; hb £40.00, pb £12.99)

Enquêter auprès des migrants: Le chercheur et son terrain, ed. Atmane Aggoun (L’Harmattan, Paris, France, 2009; 164 pp; €15.50, FF102)

The Poverty of Ideas: Democracy, Development and the Decline of the Intellect in South Africa, eds. Leslie Dikeni and William Gumede (Jacana Media, Johannesburg, South Africa, 2009; 256 pp; pb R180)

India in Africa: Ties that Bind or Binds that Tie? eds. Emma Mawdsley and Gerard McCann (Pambazuka Press Publication, Oxford, UK, 2010; 208 pp; pb £16.95)

Droit Congolais, africain et international du travail by Aubin N’Semy Mabanza (L’Harmattan, Paris, France, 2009; 244 pp; €24, FF157)

Becoming Zimbabwe: A History from the Pre-Colonial Period to 2008, eds. Brian Raftopoulos and Alois Mlambo (Jacana Media, Auckland Park, Johannesburg, South Africa, 2009; 296 pp; pb R230)

A New Scramble for Africa? Imperialism, Investment and Development, eds. Roger Southall and Henning Melber (University of KwaZulu-Natal Press, Cape Town, South Africa, 2009; 554 pp; pb R245)

Corruption, fraude, évasion fiscale et croissance by Antoine N’Gakosso (L’Harmattan, Paris, France, 2009; 182 pp; pb €18.50, FF121)

Acquisition and Transfer of Property in Islamic Law by Yahaya Yunusa Bambale (Malthouse Press, Lagos, Nigeria, 2008; 124 pp; pb £20.95)

SMS Uprising: Mobile Phone Activism in Africa, ed. Sokari Ekine (Pambazuka Press Publication, Oxford, UK, 2010; 200 pp; pb £12.95)

The Democratic Moment: South Africa’s Prospects under Jacob Zuma by Xolela Mangcu (Jacana Media, Auckland Park, Johannesburg, South Africa, 2009; 256 pp; pb R180)

L’Afrique est mon combat by Bruno Amoussou (L’Archipel, Paris, France, 2009; 216 pp; pb €17.95)

China into Africa: Trade, Aid and Influence, ed. Robert I. Rotberg (Brookings Institution Press, Washington, DC, USA, 2008; 339 pp; pb $29.95)

Power, Politics and Identity in South African Media: Selected Seminar Papers, eds. Adrian Hadland et al. (Human Sciences Research Council, Pretoria, South Africa, 2008; 402 pp; pb £17.99)

The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind: Creating Currents of Electricity and Hope by William Kamkwamba and Bryan Mealer (HarperCollins Publishers, New York, NY, USA, 2009; 288 pp; hb $25.99)

Potholes and Profits: Business and Other Conversations and Experiences from Africa by Paul Runge (Africa Project Access Publications, Houghton, South Africa, 2008; £13, €16, $20, R195)

Le difficile chemin des droits de l’homme au Maroc: du déni à la reconnaissance by Mohamed Saadi (L’Harmattan, Paris, France, 2009; 180 pp; €17, FF112)

Trade and the Environment: Fundamental Issues in International Law, WTO Law and Legal Theory by Erich Vranes (Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, 2009; 480 pp; hb £60)

African Economic Institutions by Kwame Akonor (Routledge, Kentucky, USA, 2009; 160 pp; hb $110)

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