The author is from the Institute of Development Studies at the University of Zimbabwe. He examines the paradox ensuing from the Lancaster House Settlement at Zimbabwe's independence, that whilst colonial rule was ended, the framework was provided for continued white privilege, on the basis of control of the economy by this elite - and through them, transnational capital. He analyses the responses of the ruling (including official) elite, the black petty bourgeoisie, and the group associated with the former Rhodesian Front.The author is from the Institute of Development Studies at the University of Zimbabwe.
|Author||:||Brian Raftopoulos, Tyrone Savage|
|Publisher||:||African Minds - 2004-01-01|