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Periodical articleJongh, Lennert (2020)
See this publicationBeyond associations: emerging spaces of self-organization among vendors in Zambia
Journal of Eastern African Studies. Volume 14 #3. p. 455-472.

Periodical articleNdawana, Enock (2018)
See this publicationSacrificing urban governance at the altar of political expediency: Illegal street vending in Harare
African Security Review. Volume 27 #3-4. p. 253-277.

Periodical articleYoung, Graeme (2017)
See this publicationFrom protection to repression: the politics of street vending in Kampala
Journal of Eastern African Studies. Volume 11 #4. p. 714-733.

Periodical articleLalampaa, L.N. (2011)
Economic impact of relocating hawkers from Nairobi central business district to the new Ngara market
International Journal of Professional Practice. Volume 2 #2. April-June. p. 149-174.

Periodical articleTanga, P.T. (2009)
Poverty alleviation from the perspective of street vendors in Lesotho
Review of Southern African Studies. Volume 13 #1. June. p. 93-113.

Periodical articleMitullah, W.V. (2007)
Informality: the bedrock of African cities
Habitat Debate. Volume 13 #2. June. p. 10.

Periodical articleYankson, Paul W.K. (2007)
Street trading and environmental management in Central Accra: decentralisation and metropolitan governance in Ghana
Abstract presentResearch Review. Volume 23 #1. p. 37-55.

Periodical articleJimu, Ignasio Malizani (2005)
See this publicationNegotiated Economic Opportunity and Power: Perspectives and Perceptions of Street Vending in Urban Malawi
Abstract presentAfrica Development: A Quarterly Journal of CODESRIA. Volume 30 #4. p. 35-51.

Periodical articleLekoko, R.N. and Garegae, K.G. (2005)
Training for a living: can women street vendors be counted?
BIAC Journal. Volume 2 #1. May. p. 80-96.

Periodical articleSarumi, A. and Adepoju, T. (2005)
Attitude of street working children towards participation in non-formal education in two Nigerian markets
BIAC Journal. Volume 2 #2. November. p. 42-57.

Periodical articleFeglo, P.K. and Frimpong, E.H. and Essel-Ahun, M. (2004)
See this publicationSalmonellae carrier status of food vendors in Kumasi, Ghana
East African Medical Journal. Volume 81 #7. July. p. 358-361.

Periodical articleJimu, I.M. (2004)
See this publicationAn Exploration of Street Vending's Contribution Towards Botswana's Vision of Prosperity for All by 2016
Pula: Botswana Journal of African Studies. Volume 18 #1. p. 19-30.

Periodical articleMuleta D. and Ashenafi M. (2001)
See this publicationSalmonella, shigella and growth potential of other food-borne pathogens in Ethiopian street vended foods
East African Medical Journal. Volume 78 #11. November. p. 576-580.

Periodical articleBabengakule B. and Fumuni M. (1998)
Les 'librairies par terre' et leur impact sur la vie sociale-culturelle Lubumbashi (1989-1995)
Likundoli. Histoire et devenir. Volume 9 #1-2. p. 1-21.

Periodical articleMuzvidziwa, Victor N. (1998)
See this publicationDealing with Impoverishment: Sourcing and Selling Food in Masvingo
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 25 #2. p. 147-171.

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