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The inconvenient indigenous : remote area development in Botswana, donor assistance and the first people of the Kalahari

Author: Sidsel Saugestad
Publisher: [Uppsala] : Nordic Africa Institute, 2001.
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Saugestad examines the relationship between the government of Botswana and its indigenous minority, variously known as Bushmen, San, Basarwa, or more recently Noakwe.
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Saugestad, Sidsel.
Inconvenient indigenous.
[Uppsala] : Nordic Africa Institute, 2001
(OCoLC)605512178
Online version:
Saugestad, Sidsel.
Inconvenient indigenous.
[Uppsala] : Nordic Africa Institute, 2001
(OCoLC)630297439
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sidsel Saugestad
ISBN: 9171064753 9789171064752
OCLC Number: 49342270
Description: 266 pages : illustrations (some color), maps ; 25 cm
Contents: PART 1: THE PROBLEM --
Introduction --
Indigenous peoples and international trends --
The cultural context of ethnic relations --
The challenges of nation-building --
PART 2: THE INDIGENOUS WORLD --
Diversity in adaptation --
Bantu and San: relations and categorisations --
PART 3: GOVERNMENT ACTION --
The Bushman development interlude --
The Reomte Area Development Programme --
NORAD involvement --
Bushman or RADs? --
PART 4: EVENTS UNFOLDING --
The beginning: speaking up at the Gaborone Sun --
The end of the beginning --
To find a voice --
For land, culture and a dignified livelihood
Responsibility: Sidsel Saugestad.

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Saugestad examines the relationship between the government of Botswana and its indigenous minority, variously known as Bushmen, San, Basarwa, or more recently Noakwe.
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