1) Seychelles’ annual oil imports were paid for:
a. by the British.
b. by the Americans.
c. with the dollar rent collected from the Americans.
d. from tax collected from tourism and offshore banking.
2) In 1954, Julius Nyerere helped form TANU, the:
a. Tanzania African National Union.
b. Tanganyika African National Union.
c. Tanganyika African National Unity.
d. Tanzania African National Unity.
3) In the early 1970s, General Mobutu renamed the province of Katanga as:
4) The Creoles in Mauritius are:
a. people of French origin.
b. people of Indian origin.
c. people of African origin.
d. people of mixed-French origin.
5) Most of the political parties in Belgian Congo were regional organizations formed by local ethnic groups.
6) According to the neo-colonial designs of the Belgians, even after independence they would continue with their activities in the Congo, with the difference being the inclusion of several low-level politicians as figureheads.
7) The economy of the Reunion Islands was based on their coffee plantations.
8) The Mau Mau struggle initially started out as peaceful protests against the injustices of the colonial regime.
9) In 1953, the ________ ________ supported the Malagasy in their demand for independence.
10) Jomo Kenyatta was the president of the Republic of Kenya from 1964 to _____.