ORGANIZATION OF AFRICAN SOCIETIES.
Despite the high amount of decentralization of African communities in the 19th c , there existed a few who were centralized. For example, Buganda, Ethiopia, Buganda, Asante, Mandinka, Ndebele and shona among others.
Factors that led to the growth of a strong Buganda Kingdom.
How Buganda kingdom was governed.
Social organization of the Baganda.
Political organization of the Mwene Mutapa Empire.
Economic organization of the Shona.
The Shona country enjoyed ample rainfall with fertile soils thus enabling them to engage in the following economic activities;
Social organization of the Shona.
The Asante are one of the Akan-speaking peoples who occupy the southern part of Ghana, west Africa. By the middle 18th c, the Asante/Ashanti had established the most dominant state in modern Ghana.
Origin of the Asante Kingdom
The Golden Stool
Reasons for the collapse of the Asante Empire.