Geisler, Gisela
October 1995
African Affairs;Oct95, Vol. 94 Issue 377, p545
Academic Journal
Compares women's political non-participation in the Southern African countries of Zambia, Zimbabwe and Botswana. Limitations experienced by women politicians in the male-dominated party politics and government; Nature and reasons for divisions between women politicians and members of the women's movement; Rise and fall of the ministry of women affairs in Zimbabwe.


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