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African Folktales in the New World By: William Bascom A softcover edition published by Indiana University Press in 1992 Picture cover boards are clean & bright, binding is tight & strong, no marks or inscriptions Packaging and Postage within South Africa R50.00 Overseas Customers can contact us for a Postal Quotation
R 100
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  An Eloquent Picture Gallery: The South African Portrait Photographs of Gustav Theodor Fritsch, 1863-1865 - Keith Hamilton Dietrich, Andrew Bank (2008)   Bringing to life a unique cultural gallery of both known and unknown figures of the early 1860s with an astonishing veracity, this remarkable photographic collection is a visual documentation of South Africas people. Aesthetically stunning and of surprising technical quality for the period taken, this intriguing collage represents the life work of 25-year-old German doctor and anthropologist Gustav Fritsch, who utilized the relatively new photographic medium to complement his scientific expedition to the South African landscape. Reflecting how the native tribes remained untouched by the social and industrial revolution around them, and accompanied by essays that set in context Fritschs outlook on racial discovery and theory, this invaluable photographic insight is an artistic and historically significant addition to South Africas cultural heritage. Authors      Keith Hamilton Dietrich, Andrew Bank (2008) ISBN          1770096418, 9781770096417 Format       Paperback Pages        176p.
R 405
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  Getting Into the Picture -  Army Education Section - U.D.F Repatriation Unit. Published 1945 by the Union Defence Force in the original thin pictorial boards as issued. 94 pp. Scarce 94 page booklet for all returning POW South African (Springbok) Members of the Union Defence Force. The book contains a brief history of South African involvement in all spheres of the conflict, and offers advice for all POWs returning home via Britain. Foreword by General Jan Smuts. Good condition. Small tear top of spine, else good. 
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A breakthrough volume in the study of the material culture of the slave trade. Hardcover with dust jacket new with 509 pages. R55 postage in SA. This is the first book devoted to the archaeology of African life on both sides of the Atlantic and highlights the importance of historical archaeology in completing the historical records of the Atlantic world's Africans. Archaeology of Atlantic Africa and the African Diaspora presents a diverse, richly textured picture of Africans' experiences during the era of the Atlantic slave trade and offers the most comprehensive explanation of how African lives became entangled with the creation of the modern world. Through interdisciplinary approaches to material culture, the dynamics of a comparative transatlantic archaeology is developed. Table of Contents and Contributors: 1. Pathways in the Archaeology of Transatlantic Africa, by Akinwumi Ogundiran and Toyin Falola Part 2. Atlantic Africa 2. Entangled Lives: The Archaeology of Daily Life in the Gold Coast Hinterlands, AD 1400-1900, by Ann Brower Stahl 3. Living in the Shadow of the Atlantic World: History and Material Life in a Yoruba-Edo Hinterland, ca. 1600-1750, by Akinwumi Ogundiran 4. Dahomey and the Atlantic Slave Trade: Archaeology and Political Order on the Bight of Benin, by J. Cameron Monroe 5. Enslavement in the Middle Senegal Valley: Historical and Archaeological Perspectives, by Alioune Déme and Ndeye Sokhna Guèye 6. The Landscape and Society of Northern Yorubaland during the Era of the Atlantic Slave Trade, by Aribidesi Usman 7. The Collapse of Coastal City-States of East Africa, by Chapurukha M. Kusimba 8. Ghana's "Slave Castles," Tourism, and the Social Memory of the Atlantic Slave Trade, by Brempong Osei-Tutu Part 3. African Diaspora 9. BaKongo Identity and Symbolic Representation in the Americas, by Christopher C. Fennell 10. "In This Here Place": Interpreting Enslaved Homeplaces, by Whitney L. Battle-Baptiste 11. Bringing the Out Kitchen In? The Experiential Landscapes of Black and White New England, by Alexandra A. Chan 12. African Metallurgy in the Atlantic World, by Candice L. Goucher 13. Between Urban and Rural: Organization and Distribution of Local Pottery in Eighteenth-Century Jamaica, by Mark W. Hauser 14. Allies, Adversaries, and Kin in the African Seminole Communities of Florida: Archaeology at Pilaklikaha, by Terrance Weik 15. Scars of Brutality: Archaeology of the Maroons in the Caribbean, by E. Kofi Agorsah 16. The Archaeological Study of the African Diaspora in Brazil, by Pedro P. Funari 17. The Vanishing People: Archaeology of the African Population in Buenos Aires, by Daniel Schávelzon 18. Maritime Archaeology and the African Diaspora, by Fred L. McGhee 19. Archaeology of the African Meeting House on Nantucket, by Mary C. Beaudry and Ellen P. Berkland 20. Practicing African American Archaeology in the Atlantic World, by Anna S. Agbe-Davies  
R 170
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Paperback. English. MacMillan. 2011 In good condition. Signed by Jansen. At a time when newspapers are full of the woes of the South African education system and stories of teachers who let the children in their classes down, this book shows that this is not the whole picture; it is a celebration of heroic teachers who have struggled against great odds to give their students a chance of success. Great South African Teachers celebrates the massive contribution of remarkable teachers, both past and present, working in South African schools. The stories, sent in by over 100 South Africans in response to advertisements placed in the Sunday Times, pay tribute to teachers who have changed lives through their passion for their subject, their dedication to the dignity of the teaching profession, and above all their determination to see the children in their classes succeed. The contributions reflect the full range of South African schools -- rich schools, poor schools, white schools under apartheid, black schools under apartheid, urban schools and rural schools, schools today and schools in the past. And the contributors come from varied backgrounds: privileged children exposed to the realities of apartheid South Africa through their teachers, poor children motivated to work to break the bonds of poverty, angry children and shy children, bright children stretched to achieve their full potential and others taught the value of hard work in the pursuit of success. Jonathan Jansen, assisted by Lihlumelo Toyana and Nangamso Koza, introduces the collection of contributions with a thought-provoking commentary on the lessons to be learnt from the tributes. Jansen identifies seven types of inspiring teacher, showing how each type works differently to bring out the best in the children in their charge. Great South African Teachers thanks our inspiring teachers and hopes to motivate the next generation of teachers to dedicate themselves to changing lives, to changing the future. All the royalties from this book go towards pre-service teacher bursaries at universities in South Africa. The first recipient of a bursary funded by the royalties from this book is currently studying for his Bachelor of Education degree at the University of the Free State. He will be the first graduate in his family.
R 200
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A-Z of African Writers - A Guide to Modern African Writing in English By: Robin Malan A first edition softcover published by Shuter in 2009 Picture cover boards are clean & bright, binding is tight & strong, no marks or inscriptions Packaging and Postage within South Africa R50.00 Overseas Customers can contact us for a Postal Quotation Abe #
R 300
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This item is sold brand new. It is ordered on demand from our supplier and is usually dispatched within 24 hours The South African government has prioritized a reduction of poverty and increased food security in rural parts of South Africa through agrarian transformation. As the bearers and beneficiaries of rural development initiatives, smallholder farmers, including those keeping livestock, loom large in this arena. Likewise, on international development agendas steered by bodies such as the FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization), smallholders are prioritized as the engines of national economies. This book, based on a pilot study of two livestock keeping communities along the Mpumalanga-Limpopo border, explores smallholder households in order to paint a picture of the challenges faced by smallholder livestock farmers, the practices and knowledge of primary animal healthcare (PAHC) among these farmers, relationships between the state and the smallholders, gendered issues, and the relationship between poor socioeconomic conditions and the keeping of livestock. This book opens up a variety of research and policy questions that encourage further exploration and study. Features Summary The South African government has prioritized a reduction of poverty and increased food security in rural parts of South Africa through agrarian transformation... Author Vasu Reddy (Author), Safiyya Goga (Author), Furzana Timol (Author), Stanley Molefi (Author) Publisher HSRC Press Release date 20160301 Pages 151 ISBN 0-7969-2519-4 ISBN 13 978-0-7969-2519-0
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Durban - Impressions of an African City   By: Paul Weinberg, David Robbins & Gcina Mhlope A first edition softcover published by Porcupine Press in 2002 Picture cover boards are clean & bright, binding is tight & strong, no marks or inscriptions Postage within South Africa R30.00 Overseas Customers can contact us for a Postal Quotation  
R 100
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A Celebration of South African Food - Editor: Irene Ward A first edition hardcover published by Don Nelson in 1999 Picture cover boards are clean & bright, binding is tight & strong, no marks or inscriptions Postage within South Africa R40.00 Overseas Customers can contact us for a Postage Quote Abe #
R 100
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The South African Book Of Microwave Baking by Marty Klinzman & Shirley Guy A first edition hardcover published by Struik in 1989 Picture cover boards are clean & bright, binding is tight & strong, no marks or inscriptions, dustjacket is complete clean & bright. Postage cost within South Africa will be R30.00 Overseas buyers can contact us for a postal quote
R 100
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Handbook of African Medicinal Plants By: Maurice M. Iwu A third printing hardcover published by CRC Press in 1993 Picture cover boards are clean & bright, binding is tight & strong, foxing to front & rear flyleaves Postage within South Africa R50.00 Overseas Customers can contact us for a Postal Quotation abe #
R 1.000
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My African Affaire   By: Isabell Florence Lambert **SIGNED COPY** A first edition softcover published by Access Press in 1999 Limited to 500 copies Picture cover boards are clean & bright, binding is tight & strong, SIGNED twice by the author on the title page, once with a gift inscription. Postage inside South Africa R30.00 Overseas Customers can contact us for a Postal Quote    
R 200
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The World of African Music  Volume II By: Ronnie Graham A first edition softcover published by Pluto Press in 1992 Picture cover boards are clean & bright, binding is tight & strong, no marks or inscriptions. Postage within South Africa R40.00 Overseas Customers can contact us for a Postage Quote
R 150
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Amnesty for Terrorism By: The South African Department of Information A first edition softcover published by Dept of Information in 1978 Picture cover boards are clean & bright, binding is tight & strong, no marks or inscriptions Postage within South Africa R30.00 Overseas Customers can contact us for a Postage Quote
R 100
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South African Wild Flower Guide 6 - Karoo Text By: David Shearing A first edition softcover published by Botannical Society in 1994 Picture cover boards are clean & bright, binding is tight & strong, no marks or inscriptions Packaging and Postage within South Africa R40.00 Overseas Customers can contact us for a Postal Quotation **DAVE**
R 200
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Sketches of South African Bird Life By: Alwin Haagner, D.Sc., F.Z.S A third revised edition hardcover published by Maskew Miller Brown cover boards with gold writing to the spine & front cover, brown mark on picture is my printer not on book, binding is tight & strong, light agecolour to pages, a nice copy Packaging and Postage within South Africa R50.00 Overseas Customers can contact us for a Postal Quotation Abe #
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An African Day a Second Study of Life in the Townships By: W. Langschmidt A hardcover edition published by Market Research Africa in 1968 Picture cover boards are lightly agecolored, binding is tight & strong, foxing to front & rear flyleaves Postage within South Africa R50.00 Overseas Customers can contact us for a Postal Quotation abe #
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Strauss & Co 2011 Fine South African, British and Continental Art a softcover edition art catalogue by Strauss & co in 2011 Picture cover boards are clean & bright, binding is tight & strong, no marks or inscriptions Postage within South Africa R50.00 Overseas Customers can contact us for a Postal Quotation
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Searching African Skies - SKA By: Sarah Wild A first edition softcover published by Jacana in 2012 Picture cover boards are clean & bright, binding is tight & strong, previous owners signature on back of front cover & title page. Postage within South Africa R40.00 Overseas Customers can contact us for a Postage Quote
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The Silent Heroes of the African Bush, revised edition By: Jan Roderigues A revised edition softcover published by Books from the Wild Picture cover boards are clean & bright, binding is tight & strong, no marks or inscriptions Packaging and Postage within South Africa R50.00 Overseas Customers can contact us for a Postal Quotation Abe #
R 200
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South African Eden 1902-1946 The Kruger National Park By: James Stevenson-Hamilton A first Struik edition softcover published by Struik in 1993 Picture cover boards are clean & bright, binding is tight & strong, previous owners signature on first page Packaging and Postage within South Africa R50.00 Overseas Customers can contact us for a Postal Quotation
R 100
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Diaspora and Identity in South African Fiction By: J. V. Jacobs ***Signed Copy*** A first edition softcover published by UKZN Press in 2016 Picture cover boards are clean & bright, binding is tight & strong, SIGNED by the author with a gift inscription on the title page Packaging and Postage within South Africa R60.00 Overseas Customers can contact us for a Postal Quotation
R 150
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Building Tomorrow Today, African Workers in Trade Unions 1970-1984 by Steven Friedman A first edition soft cover published by Ravan Press in 1987 Picture cover boards are clean, slight creasing & chip to top of spine, binding is tight & strong, pages slighty agecolured. Postage within South Africa will be R30-00 Overseas buyers can contact us for a postal quote.  
R 50
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Touch, Pause, Engage!, Exploring The Heart Of South African Rugby by Liz McGregor A first edition softcover published by Jonathan Ball in 2011 Picture cover boards are clean & bright, binding is tight & strong, no marks or inscriptions, an as new copy Postage cost within South Africa will be R30.00 Overseas buyers can contact us for a postal quote Abe #
R 100
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the Purple Shall Govern by D Smuts & S Westcott a first edition softcover published by Oxford University Press in 1991 Picture cover boards are clean with light agewear, binding is tight & strong, no marks or inscriptions. Postage within South africa will be R30-00 Overseas buyers can contact us for a postal quote. Abe #06710
R 400
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Nicholas and the Wild Ones How do you deal with a bunch of Wild Ones on your first day at school? Nicholas is faced with a gang of bullies including Big Charlie, Mean Jake, Wedgie Reggie and, worst of all, their girl leader, Cindy Crocker. But through a combination of artistic talent and inventiveness, Nicholas eventually wins the admiration of the Wild Ones and makes a surprising new friend. A fantastic picture story book about bullying, problem-solving and friendship from multi-award-winning author-illustrator Niki Daly. About the Author Niki Daly has won many awards for his work. His ground-breaking Not so fast Songololo, winner of a US Parent's Choice Award, paved the way for post-apartheid South African children's books. Since then, he has published widely and has given talks in several countries. Among his many books, Once Upon a Time was an Honor Winner at the US Children's Africana Book Awards, and Jamela's Dress was chosen by the ALA as a Notable Children's Book and by Booklist as one of the Top Ten African American Picture Books of 2000. Other books include Thank you, Jackson, The Herd Boy, Pretty Salma, No More Kisses for Bernard and Ruby Sings the Blues. Niki is married and lives in Cape Town, South Africa Author Niki Daly ISBN 9781431423040 Format Paperback Pages 40p.
R 120
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This item is sold brand new. It is ordered on demand from our supplier and is usually dispatched within 4 - 8 working days Dying in New York is the haunting story of Lerato Malema, a young and irrepressible South African whose wit and resilience shine through despite the abuse she has endured from before the age of twelve at the hands of her father, Thabo. The narrative opens in a psychiatrist’s office overlooking the Hudson River. Against a backdrop of the magnificent Manhattan skyline, Lerato paints an absorbing picture of her decade-long journey from Johannesburg to the United States. Her story transitions seamlessly from the sessions with Dr Evelyn Webber, her psychiatrist, to her escape from an abusive home and her experiences of the underbelly of modern South Africa. At its heart, Dying in New York is a story of hope and deep longing, made all the more poignant by Lerato’s startling candour from the first page until the book’s surprising conclusion. Features Summary Dying in New York is the haunting story of Lerato Malema, a young and irrepressible South African whose wit and resilience shine through despite the abuse she has endured from before the age of twelve at the hands of her father... Author Ekow Duker Publisher Picador Africa Release date 20140730 Pages 248 ISBN 1-77010-392-9 ISBN 13 978-1-77010-392-4
R 198
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  DES CRIPTION:  SOFT FURNISHINGS WITH YOUR OVERLOCKER A STEP BY STEP SOUTH AFRICAN GUIDE CONDITION: EXCELLENT CONDITION.      PLEASE VIEW THE PICTURES VERY CAREFULLY FOR MORE DETAIL AND THE GENERAL CONDITION. ITEMS ARE SECOND HAND AND THEREFORE HAVE WEAR AND TARE. THEY ARE NOT NEW UNLESS SPECIFIED. WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU GET!   SOMETIMES IT IS NOT MENTIONED BUT IS VISIBLE IN THE PICTURE.  PROPS ARE NOT INCLUDED UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED. PAYMENT TERMS ARE THREE DAYS FROM CLOSE OF AUCTIONS.   SHIPPING IS DONE IN 7 WORKING DAYS OF PAYMENT   SHIPPING IS WITH SAPO UNLESS A COURIER IS ARRANGED   NO FREE SHIPPING.       TO VIEW OUR OTHER WONDERFUL ITEMS ON AUCTION PLEASE GO TO: //www.bidor buy.co.za/seller/1800759/lots_for_sale    PLEASE NOTE WE NO LONGER CLOSE AUCTIONS EARLY, IT UPSETS PEOPLE THAT ARE FOLLOWING THAT ITEM WHETHER IT IS ON THERE WATCHLIST OR NOT.              
R 1
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This item is sold brand new. It is ordered on demand from our supplier and is usually dispatched within 24 hours Letters Of Alchemy is a journey which unveils various cycles of growth from the darkness of fear, grief and heartbreak to the light of love, self-awareness and empowerment - expressed through the art of poetry and prose. This thought-provoking collection of words pulls the reader into new worlds of expanse bringing strong images, memories and feelings to mind resulting in a visceral adventure. For best results, savour each sentence and brace yourself for a heart- and mind-opening experience. Shakeela Kingzley is a South African writer and filmmaker who has profound love for the arts. She received her BA Degree in Motion Picture Medium in 2010 and has since worked in the South African film industry and explored the world whenever adventure called her soul. ¿Writing this piece of art was a beautiful journey in itself. In my mindfulness I discovered that I am a translator - when I receive the visuals I need to translate it into the English language as best I can so that when you read it you see it and feel it.¿ - Shakeela Kingzley Features Summary Letters Of Alchemy is a journey which unveils various cycles of growth from the darkness of fear, grief and heartbreak to the light of love, self-awareness and empowerment - expressed through the art of poetry and prose... Author Shakeela Kingzley Publisher Reach Publishers Pages 273 ISBN 0-620-74856-7 ISBN 13 978-0-620-74856-8
R 322
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