Indigenous knowledge, African voices and transformation of Southern African agriculture
Blackie, Malcolm J.
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In southern Africa, as in much of the continent, most families are poorer and hungrier than they were 50 years ago. While Africa is a diverse place with many problems to which there is no single solution, the focus in this chapter is the southern Africa region (with particular emphasis on Zimbabwe). The purpose is to show how, through careful and effective use of the indigenous skills and knowledge of Africans, solid progress can be made in addressing the very real problems faced by so many of Africa’s poorest citizens.