Evolutions & Revolutions
A Contemporary History of Militaries in Southern Africa
This book critically examines the context, role and function of militaries in southern Africa by providing a military history of the armed forces in the region since colonial independence. It overcomes the reluctance among African people, especially those engaged in sensitive military issues, to record their experiences. The chapter writers are African military practitioners, either retired or still in service.
© 2005 Institute for Security Studies (ISS)
Martin Rupiya, Ana Leão, Paul Sharp, Louis Fisher, Jacques Ebenga, Thierry N’Landu, Khabele Matlosa, Adriano Malache, Paulino Macaringue, Joao-Paulo B Coelho, Gwinyayi Dzinesa, Len le Roux, Jeffrey Tshabalala, Cyprian Nhlengethwa, Nestor Luanda, Hanania Lungu, Naison Ngoma, Knox Chitiyo