Professors World Peace Academy of South Africa
Fifth Pan-African Conference
Sponsored by PWPA International and the World University Federation
Conference Program (In order of presentation)
Morning Session 1
Chair: Ms. Nxumalo
E.H.K. Nsubuga "Education, an Agent of Human Resource Development"
Prof. Yapo (Not available)
Ely Fall "L’integration Africaine en Question"
Morning Session 2
Chair: Prof. Ely Fall
G.P. Pokhariyal "Science, Technology and Education for Modernization and Development of
J. A. Oluyemi "Strategy for African Renaissance in Agriculture"
Abdeslam Bou Imajdil "L’Afrique a l’aube du 3eme millenaire:: quel future?"
Afternoon session 3 and 4
Chair: Albert Venter
Marcelo Alonso "World University Federation and Inter-University Cooperation"
Gordon L. Anderson "The University and Values in the Modern World"
Friday 15 January 1999
Morning session 5
Chair: Gordon L. Anderson
Azaveli Feza Lwaitama "An African Renaissance in Education: A Plea for Establishment of Cultural
Centres to Complement Primary and Secondary Schools’
Noel Dossou-Yovo "Taking Stock of African Political Heritage on the Eve of a New Millenium:
Recent Political Experience in Benin Republic reviewed with Reference to the
Democratic "New Deal" in Contemporary Africa, South of the Sahara"
C.B.M. Lungu "The Information Revolution and the African Renaissance"
Morning Session 6
Chair: Prof. Lwaitama
M.C. Musambachime "African Renaissance: What are the Solutions to the Unequal and Unfair
Distribution of Wealth in Africa?"
Gampi Matheba "Political Economy of African Renaissance"
Joseph M.N. Kakooza "The African Renaissance: The Liberalization of the Economy in Uganda"
Afternoon session 7
Health in the Age of HIV/AIDS"
M.A. Adjangba "Democratic Transitions in Sub-Saharan Africa: Problems and Prospects"
Afternoon session 8
Chair: Prof. Kakooza
Wrap up plenary session
Discussants: Nxumalo, Alonso, and Lwaitama
M.H.Y. Kaniki "The Faithful Against the Faithful: Religious Intolerance in Swaziland"
S.N.W. Kiguwa "African Renaissance: What Does it Mean?"