Hardship and struggle on the Zambian Copperbelt
“This book describes neoliberal triumph at a time of state retreat. It describes what people do to try and get by”, says NAI researcher Patience Mususa about her new book There Used to Be Order which paints a picture of life on the Zambian Copperbelt after the privatisation of state-owned mines.
Don't miss the online Double Book Launch of this book and Living for the City by Professor Miles Larmer on Wednesday 16 March.
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