n Journal for Contemporary History - Economic empowerment and performance : strategies towards indigenisation / black economic empowerment and the performance of such enterprises in Nigeria and South Africa, since the early 1970s to 2002




In the course of the drive towards decolonisation, African leaders often emphasised the need for political and economic independence from colonial control. Austen even disregards decolonisation as a turning point in the history of Africa or "an event creating a new economic situation but rather treats it "as a chronological marker for long-term change in the relationship between African Economies and the international system".


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