Article from ROAPE Volume 4 Number 9
Post-Colonial State & Forces/Relations of Production

The Post-Colonial State and the Forces and Relations of Production
Vol.4 No.9 (Summer 1977), pp27-43
In the case of Swaziland it is shown that the articulation of the capitalist mode of production in southern Africa with the non-capitalist model, the Swazi mode, provides a starting point from which to understand the take-over of state power at independence and of the role played by the post-colonial state.