Journal articles

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The laws of the forest

Short story translated from the French.

Poets of Lesotho

First steps of a brief incursion into Sesotho literature.

Books and the Arts

Book reviews.

To the editor

Letters to the Editor.

Inside Afro-America

An article about what Black America's youth say about South Africa.

Poems

Poems: "The Dead"; "Cornfields in Accra"; "To those who came after us"and "Origins (for Melba).

Africa's refugees and the OAU

A clear policy for Africa's 650,000 homeless must lead to long-range solutions.

Botswana free, and Lesotho

Editorial on Independence of Botswana and the handing over of Lesotho to South Africa.

To the editor

Letters to the Editor.

Without a breath or a murmur

Translated from the French.

Words, words, words

Snippets on books and publishers.

How many Africans?

Not only is Africa's population growth rate high in comparison even with India's but its steep climb is likely to continue when Latin America's, its nearest rival in the future, begins to fall away.

Challenge of the handicapped

The case for specific legislation to meet the needs of Africa's blind and deaf.

Books and the Arts

Folk tales and literature; Story telling in an African village and comment on the Transcription Centre discussion on oral literary expression.

Leadership and the Wanji

The Wanji are a Bantu-speaking tribe of about 20,000 population inhabiting two small scoop-shaped basins on the northern edge of the Elton Plateau. This plateau is a part of the Poroto Mountains, which lie to the north of Lake Malawi in Tanzania.

Inside America

Will South Africa be America's next cause.

Two poems

Poems.

The Ghana and Nigeria plans in retrospect

Comparison of economic strategy of Ghana and Nigeria.

Books and the Arts

Book reviews.

Words, words, words

Snippets on books and publishers.

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