Zimbabwean Crisis - C. Luthuli Mhlahlo

Zimbabwean Crisis

Perspectives, Paradoxes and Prospects (1997–2017)

C. Luthuli Mhlahlo (Redaktør) ; Levar Lamar Smith (Redaktør)

This four–part multidisciplinary volume linearly engages with Zimbabwe’s not too distant past and present socio-economic and political situation to 2017. Les mer
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This four–part multidisciplinary volume linearly engages with Zimbabwe’s not too distant past and present socio-economic and political situation to 2017.
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Forlag: Peter Lang Publishing Inc
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Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 356
ISBN: 9781433156441
Format: 23 x 15 cm
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List of Figures - List of Tables - Preface - List of Contributors - C. Luthuli Mhlahlo : Introduction - PART 1: CAUSING CRISIS - C. Luthuli Mhlahlo: Nehanda's Order and the Existentialist Transcendence of Despair - Lere Amusan: The Globalization of Domestic Politics in Zimbabwe: 1999-2009 - Dennis Masaka : Zimbabwe's Paternalistic Command Economy and the Crisis - Levar Lamar Smith: Herrera (2005) and the Role of Imagined Economies in State-Controlled Zimbabwe - PART 2: SURVIVING CRISIS - Samson R. Mhlahlo: Zimbabwe's Housing Shortage: Murambatsvina and Small-scale Landlordism - C. Luthuli Mhlahlo: The Zulu Mask: Surviving "Xenophobia" in "Post-Apartheid" South Africa - Lere Amusan : Survival by Reciprocity: Zimbabwe's Defensive Foreign Policy (2000-2009) - Fortune Sibanda/Dennis Masaka: A 'Marriage of (In)Convenience': The Government of National Unity (2009-2013) - PART 3: CRISIS WATERSHED-RETREAT OR SURRENDER - C. Luthuli Mhlahlo : "Killing Zimbabwe Softly, Slowly and Quickly": How Factionalism and Financial Liquidity Fueled the Crisis to a Watershed - C. Luthuli Mhlahlo : ZForwards from Zimbabwe (2007-2009): Email as Sociological Imagination and Satire - C. Luthuli Mhlahlo: From Grace to Disgrace: The Paradoxical Role of Women, Africanization, Age and African Modernity in the Rise and Demise of R.G. Mugabe - C. Luthuli Mhlahlo: Operation Restore Legacy: The Coup d'etat That Was but Was Not - PART 4: BEYOND CRISIS: WALKING AND WORKING AWAY FROM A PARIAH STATUS - Munamato Chemhuru: Non-party Consensual Democracy: An Alternative to "democrazy" for Zimbabwe and Africa - C. Luthuli Mhlahlo: Beyond Mugabe: The Pursuit of National Healing and Government Relations - Dennis Masaka: Virtue Ethics as a Panacea to Zimbabwe's Business Malpractices - C. Luthuli Mhlahlo: Conclusion.
C. Luthuli Mhlahlo earned his PhD in English studies specializing in Zimbabwean literature at the University of the Witwatersrand where he was awarded numerous scholarships and awards among them the Postgraduate Merit Award (PMA). He holds an MA in English specializing in gender and identity from the University of South Africa and is also a graduate of the University of Zimbabwe and the Department of Culture, Communication and Media of the University College London (UK). His current affiliations include Comecinc Communications and Strategic Solutions Services Incorporated in South Africa where he is Associate Senior Consultant.


Levar Lamar Smith completed both his MA and PhD in political science at Miami University in 2009 and 2017, respectively. He also holds an MS in international affairs from Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, Georgia Institute of Technology that he received in 2007.