I can write a book on Issa’s contributions in various fields he has undertaken. For now, I need to remind all movements that seek to liberate Africa of two of his. Issa G. Shivji is one of Africa’s leading experts on law and development issues. Shivji has served as advocate of the high court and the Court of Appeal of. 3 days ago Issa Shivji is one of the great public intellectuals of postcolonial Africa. He was a law student () at the University of Dar es Salaam.
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Remember me on this computer. Retrieved 11 October The basic contours of the land tenure established by the British in under which the radical title in land was vested in the State, making the State a superior landlord, survived for some seventy-five years.
Essays and Talks — Yes, actually, many were surprised that the leading student body in this process came from the Faculty of Law. Issa Shivji is one of the great public intellectuals of postcolonial Africa.
He is a prolific writer and researcher, producing books, monographs and articles, as well as a weekly column printed in national newspapers. Shivji and Marc Wuyts. It touches on t In the absence of alternatives, there is the danger of populism and demagoguery filling the vacuum.
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There was an attempt on the part of the ruling party to open up — cautiously though. It is in this context that I first argued that the nature of the class in power was a bureaucratic bourgeoisie in alliance with imperialism. Immediately, this helped to alleviate the goods famine while at the same time, ironically, it struck the last nail in the coffin of import-substitution industrialization.
As you say, there is growing cynicism in Tanzania. If I may conjecture — I think it was the rather peculiar combination of the —70 cohort of law students coupled with a young faculty in the socio-economic course that provided the impetus. Pregnancy and Childbirth as Wage Labor.
Shivji has devoted most of his life to addressing issues on the exploitation of Tanzanians through both the national and the international economic and legal orders. The idea of individualizing and titling land the typical World Bank trajectory is sold to the peasantry in the language of being able to borrow money for development. Two essential aspects of the Tanzanian colonial formation determined its system of land tenure, which also made it different from Kenya and Uganda.
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A Life of Critical Engagement: What is the nature of the land question in Tanzania? Mwalimu stared at him, and then replied: What happened to intellectual debate in Tanzania? Shkvji Tool for Marketing or Hegemony? The struggle to defeat austerity in Detroit and the world.
Mkapa, in contrast, sought to control and formalize the nature of accumulation, while centralizing it in fewer hands. The University did provide relative space for progressive ideas to flourish, a terrain where progressive intellectual camaraderie could be created and sustained. Would you say that, in an era of neoliberal reforms, this continued ownership of land vested in the President gives the State—and, more specifically, its decision makers and those with access to these decision makers—the means to partake in private capital accumulation without having access to capital themselves?
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What are the implications for the State of democracy and its future in Tanzania? B from the University of Dar es Salaam in Tanzania. Views Shivhi Edit View history. An interview with Issa G Shivji.
We have now more or less completed our research — if you can ever complete a research of this kind — and have now started the process of writing. How did reforms under President Mwinyi in the early reform period — mids to shhivji — differ from those under President Mkapa in the later period? Even then, he was still groping. A significant part of your work has been on land tenure in Tanzania.
Or, as happened in Kenya, the Banks cannot enforce foreclosure simply because the bailiffs would be chased away by spear-wielding peasants or, as happens more often, they find the situation on the ground to be very different from that in the issw registry.
In that regard, I think, the only leader who understood, in his own way, the nature of backward capitalism was Sisa, the prime minister in the early s, a period of intense economic crisis.
I am head of state; I preside over the institution which wields the monopoly of violence. The ostensible argument was that they could not take the right of occupancy as a collateral. He was a law student at the University of Dar es Salaam, growing up amidst distinguished leftist scholars such as sociologists Giovanni Arrighi, Immanuel Wallerstein and John Saul. But these big companies are not interested in joint ventures — they would rather deal directly with the State.