THE AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS, founded in 1912 as the voice of black South Africans, was banned by law on 30 March 1960, nine days after the infamous Sharpeville massacre and at a time of unprecedented international pressure directed at the racial policies of the government of South Africa.
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The unique case of African democracy CLAUDE AKE Claude Ake considers the unique features of African democracy. He explains why its development must stem from the ordinary people of Africa and from their concept of participation. Africa's long neglected democracy movement is now enjoying unprecedented support at home and abroad.
TT IS UNFORTUNATE that our constitutional conference is still going on 1 and I am therefore unable to discuss certain aspects of the changes that we are trying to secure in the constitution. All that I can say is that our Government's intention is not to go back unnecessarily on any agreements that we made last year.
d Background and aims Much recent study of plant trichomes has focused on various aspects of glandular secreting trichomes (GSTs) and differentiation of simple trichomes.
We explore the connections among indigenous climate-related narratives, documented temperature changes, and climate change impact studies from the scientific literature. We then propose a framework for enhancing synthesis of these indigenous narratives of observed climate change with global assessments.
Indigenous knowledge cannot be verified by scientific criteria nor can science be adequately assessed according to the tenets of indigenous knowledge. Each is built on distinctive philosophies, methodologies, and criteria.