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Chapter 21

Africa South of the Sahara Today

Most Nigerian farmers have __________, small plots of land on which they grow only enough food to feed their families. subsistence farms
A Tanzanian export crop is __________, a plant fiber used to make rope and twine. sisal
In the 1990s, the country of South Africa approved a new __________, or document that describes the structure and powers of its government. constitution
Small territories, like Lesotho and Swaziland, that are located inside a larger country are called __________. enclaves
Despite oil revenues, most Nigerians work as __________. farmers
The landlocked countries of West Africa, along with Mauritania, are called the __________. Sahel
In Rwanda, conflict between the __________ led to hundreds of thousands of deaths. Hutu and Tutsi
The country of __________ has the most developed economy in Africa. South Africa
Created by: akennon