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Neo-Colonialism in Southern Africa

Neo-Colonialism in Southern Africa

Neo-Colonialism in Southern Africa A K Essack Rhodesia File by Kwame Nkrumah; PANAF. 1976; pp 168. RHODESIA'S Ian Smith has begun to lose his nerve as the rising tide of liberation is beginning to pound and lash his crumbling fortress. Like those floundering amidst the angry waves, he has sent an SOS to the British Government to save him. In a highly confidential report, his own security forces have indicated that militarily Smith's forces will be in no position to halt the guerilla attacks. This is indeed the end of the road for Ian Smith and his illegal regime is doomed and the dustbin of history is waiting to receive him.

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