Amilcar Cabral led the liberation struggle against Portuguese domination is? A. Angola B. Mozambique C. Guinea Bissau D. Cape Verde. Correct Answer: Option C C. Guinea Bissau Explanation Angola was led by Agostinho Neto and...Read More
One of the achievements of the National Congress of British West Africa was the? A. introduction of the elective principle B. establishment of democracy C. propagation of Christianity D. establishment of newspapers. Correct...Read More
The Mau Mau revolt in Kenya had its origin in the? A. colonial government’s inability to provide essential services to the people B. imprisonment of Jomo Kenyatta by the colonial administration C. occupation of Kikuyu land by...Read More
The French policy of assimilation failed primarily because? A. Africans lacked the required level of education B. It was expensive to implement C. it required a total rejection of African culture D. no African sought to be...Read More
The European power that acquired the largest number of territories in West Africa was? A. Britain B. Germany C. Belgium D. France. Correct Answer: Option D D. France.Read More
The first Boer republic established as a result of the Great Trek was? A. Transvaal B. the Cape C. the Orange Free State D. Natal. Correct Answer: Option D D. Natal.Read More
The outbreak of the Mfecane is attributable to? A. the tragic death of Dingiswayo B. Dingiswayo’s attempt to impose a European model of administration C. the search for grazing and habitable land D. the flight of the Swazi...Read More
The economic reforms of Theodore II of Ethiopia involved the? A. encouragement of slave trade B. improvement of agriculture C. reorganization of the fiscal system D. revival of external trade. Correct Answer: Option C C....Read More
The prime minister in the kingdom of Buganda was known as? A. Mugema B. Katikiro C. Kabaka D. Omuwanika. Correct Answer: Option B B. KatikiroRead More
The president Transvaal who led the Boers against the British was? A. J. Smuts B. P. Kruger C. L. Jameson D. L. Botha Correct Answer: Option B B. P. KrugerRead More
The leader of the South African Black Consciousness Movement who died in detention in 1977 was? A. Walter Sisulu B. Albert Luthuli C. Robert Sobukwe D. Steve Biko. Correct Answer: Option D D. Steve Biko. Explanation Luthuli was...Read More
The immediate reaction of the Commonwealth to the Sharpeville massacre was the? A. expulsion of South Africa from the organization B. invitation of South Africa to a negotiation C. organization of anti-apartheid conferences D....Read More
- Which of the following is a prime cost?
- The amount for which a business is sold is that?
- Money receiving from a customer is recorded in the customer’s account and bank account; the accounting concept applied is?
- Which of the following does not form part of shareholders fund?
- When shares are sold ‘at par’ it means they are issued at?