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A. B. E. Wazar
A. H. M. JAZBHAY

Business Card

A.S.C. Programme of demands for the Indian People

A.S.C.

Programme of demands for the Indian People

Aachen conference :inproving university teaching -26-29
Abantu abamnyama, lapa bavela ngakhona, eka M.M. Fuze

The author reflects on the origins and customs of African peoples in Natal, and on their history. He reproduces the text of Bishop Colenso's history and provides a critical review of his perspectives.

Abe Berry's Johannesburg
ABIBIGROMMA [Resident Theatre Company of the University of Ghana] in the African Premiere of FORTUNES OF THE MOOR

Abibigromma, a Resident Theatre Company of the University of Ghana in the African Premiere of Fortunes of the Moor is presented by the School of Performing Arts , University of Ghana. August 14-17, 1997.

Academics and scholars supporting the reinstatement of the journal "Reality" an the approved list of subsidy-earning journals
Acccelerating Development with ICT'S: Presedential Excerpts
ACCOMMODATION NEEDS AND PREFERENCES AMONGST INDIAN OLD AGE PENSIONERS IN DURBAN

Being the year of the aged (1982) the Department of Social Work at the University of Durban-Westville was approached by Mr Rambharos, a prominent voluntary worker amongst the Indian aged, to undertake
research with regard to the accommodation needs of the aged....

Account letters

Letter written to a company on behalf of MD Naidoo.

Achebe 70th birthday, 2000

Chinua Achebe is a world-renowned writer of great achievment, a founderof modernAfrican literature. Various prominent writers, performers, poets, etc. hosts a weekend Conference in celebration of Chinua Achebe's 70th Birthday.

Achebe's World: The Historical and Cultural Context of the Novels of Chinua Achebe
Achievements of the Commission
Acknowledgement of debt between Asher Lixolile Ntanga and Peter Brown
Acknowledgment by Alan Paton for the sum of five hundred pounds
Acknowledgment by Alan Paton for the sum of two hundred and fifty pounds
Acquisition and Occupation of Land. Invasion and Succession .
Across Languages & Cultures - Creative Writing in English by Non-Native Speakers

A Conference on Trans-lingual & Trans-cultural Creativity, that took place at West Chester University from 24-26 October, 1996. The Theme was 'Creative Writing in English by Non-Native Speakers.

Acstop report - back Meeting

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