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Africana Catalogue Q172 September 2002

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#8184 Findlay, George. MISCEGENATION. A Study Of The Biological Sources Of Inheritance Of The South African European Population. Analyses the effect of miscegenation on the racial make-up of the South African population. 48pp. wraps. Rear wrap loose and 50% loss to spine, wraps stained. Pretoria News. 1936. £5.00
#8183 Topan, Farouk. (Ed). JOURNAL OF AFRICAN CULTURAL STUDIES. (Previously "African Languages and Cultures"). Vol.12 No.1 June 1999. 110pp wraps. Mint. Carfax. Basingstoke. £28.00


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#8248 Boberg, Col. Ulf. THE BOBERG STORY. Autobiography of then famous South African CID chief. Includes information on the 'Bubbles' Schroeder and the Oppenheimer jewels cases. 184pp illustrated b/w photos. White cb & eps sl.fox, no inscrip, a nice clean copy in d/w with neat inside repair. Timmins. Cape Town 1957 1st edn. £12.00
#8254 Ferguson, Ray. GEMS. True tales of SA-born Author's experiences chasing raw emeralds through Africa. 181pp. Ffep excised, but o/w very clean in bright VG+ d/w. Book Guild. London 1993. £10.00
#8253 Inglethorpe, Joy. THE HOPE-MERCHANTS. A courageous and often funny account of the author's search for a cure for multiple sclerosis. The hope-merchants are the people she meets in her search, an astrologer, a homeopath, a reflexologist, an acupunturist, a Phillipine healer, a sangoma, her Guru, and of course members of the mainstream medical profession. 156pp p/b. Surface tears to rear wrap, shop stamp :( hence G. Hippogriff. Jhb 1989. £3.50
#8123 Joseph, Helen. IF THIS BE TREASON. Helen Joseph's Dramatic Account Of The Treason Trial - The Longest In South Africa's History And One Of The Strangest Trials Of The 20th Century. Published with the inclusion of Professor Thomas Karis' "The Treason Trial In South Africa; A Guide To The Microfilm Record Of The Trial". Forword by Walter Sisulu. Based on Helen Joseph's diary of the proceedings. Originally published in UK in 1963 by Andre Deutsch. 311pp p/b. indexed. Mint. Contra. Jhb 1998 1st SA edn. £10.00
#8117 Modisane, Bloke. BLAME ME ON HISTORY. Autobiography. Author was writer for Drum magazine, actor, playwright. He died in self-imposed exile in Germany in 1986. 311pp p/b. Near VG, no inscrip. AD Donker. Parklands 1990. £6.00
#8282 O'Shea, May. BLOOMIE. Memoirs Of The Twenties. Bloomie left comfortable England to get married in South Africa. Moving from Free State dorp to Basutoland and then to Grahamstown, this story gives graphic descriptions of places such as Gordon's Bay, Hermanus, Kenton-On-Sea, Port Alfred, Bloemfontein, and more, as the matriarch guided her family through difficult times. Illustrated by Author. 147pp illustrated dwgs. Large inscrip ffep, o/w VG in G clean d/w. Don Nelson. Cape Town 1977. £10.00
#8129 Packer, Joy. DEEP AS THE SEA. Biography of Bertie Packer's early years in the Royal Navy, told by his wife through their letters to one another. 330pp p/b. Near VG, no inscrip. Corgi Books. London 1977. £3.00
#8258 Partridge. Ted. A LIFE IN RUGBY. Biography covering 80 years of the most famous of all South African rugby personalities. xiii + 161pp. illustrated b/w photos. No inscrip. Fine in VG+ d/w. Southern. Halfway House 1991. £12.00
#8111 Smith, Victor. OPEN COCKPIT OVER AFRICA. Author was early aviator flying open-cockpit single-engined aircraft the length and breadth of Africa in the early 1930s, even to London and back. viii + 188pp p/b. illustrated b/w.photos. indexed. VG. Faircape Books. Cape Town 1999 revd rpt.

Inscribed by Author half-title, "To Geoff, Warmest Regards, Vic. Oct. '99"

#8263 Suttner, Raymond. INSIDE APARTHEID'S PRISON. Notes And Letters Of A Struggle. A leading activist in the ANC and the South African Communist Party, the Author spent 10 years in jail for anti-apartheid related activities. He was elected to the first democratic government in 1994 and was subseqently SA ambassador to Sweden. 203pp p/b. Mint. UNP. Pietermaritzburg 2001. £12.00
#8146 Suzman, Helen. IN NO UNCERTAIN TERMS. Memoirs. Progressive Party M.P. for Houghton from 1953 to 1989, her memoirs tell of battles for a just society and give an inside history of South Africa since WW2 310pp p/b. illustrated b/w photos. indexed. Near VG, no inscrip. original bookseller's ticket. Jonathan Ball. Jhb 1993. £6.00
#8127 Thamm, Marianne. I HAVE LIFE. Alison's Journey as told to Marriane Thamm. The story of a young rape victim and her assault by two abductors who left her for dead in the veld with her throat slit and so many stab wounds that they could not be counted. A story of how she refused to become a victim and became an inspiration to people everywhere. xiii + 273pp. illustratedcol photos. p/b. G-VG. Penguin. South Africa 1998. £5.00
#8249 Uys, Pieter-Dirk. FUNIGALORE. Evita's Real-Life Adventures In Wonderland. The book of the TV show, with Uys as Evita Bezuidenhout wining, dining, interviewing the nations leading political personalities from Nelson Mandela to lesser lights. vii + 265pp lg.8vo p/b. illustrated col.photos. Large inscrip half-title, o/w F. Penguin. London 1995. £6.00


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#8273 Gallman, Kuki. AFRICAN NIGHTS. More true stories from the Author of 'I Dreamed Of Africa'. xiv + 132pp p/b. illustrated col.b/w photos, map. Near F. Penguin 1995. £6.00


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#8083 Abrahams, Lionel. THE CELIBACY OF FELIX GREENSPAN. A Novel In 18 Stories. 188pp p/b. VG, no inscrip. AD Donker. Cape Town 1986. £5.00
#8163 Adams, Keith. (Ed). UNCOVERED MIRRORS. A selection of contemporary South African stories by mostly unpublished writers. Includes stories from Frank Opie, Elaine Pearson, Paul Lehman, and others. The twelve stories were apparently entries into an unnamed literary competition. 134pp p/b. Fine. Footprints. Cape Town (1999). £8.00
#8082 Anthony, Frank. THE JOURNEY. The Revolutionary Anguish Of Comrade B. A novel of the hopes and the disillusionment of the revolution. 225pp p/b. Wraps covered in protective film o/w VG. Ravan Press. Johannesburg 1991 1st edn. £7.00
#8099 Asare, Bediako. REBEL. An allegorical novel about the conflict of old and new ideas by Ghanaian novelist. African Writers Series. 156pp p/b. Neat name ffep, G-VG. Heinemann. London 1973 rpt. £5.00
#8269 Barley, Nigel. THE INNOCENT ANTHROPOLOGIST. Notes From A Mud Hut. Humorous account of social anthropologist in Northern Cameroon. (Was originally published by the British Museum). 189pp p/b. G-VG. Penguin 1986 rpt. £4.00
#8266 Behr, Mark. THE SMELL OF APPLES. Shortlisted for the 1995 Guardian Fiction Prize. Translated from the Afrikaans. 200pp p/b. VG except large ink notes inside f.wrap. Abacus. London 1998 rpt. £3.00
#8185 Boyd, Mary R. THE VELD. Bardic Poem, South African Eisteddfod, 1921. 9pp wraps. 98w x 184h. illustrated b/w photos. Wraps stained, ff fox. (Original) stapled text block loose in wraps (was originally glued). Simple professional repair indicated. T. Maskew Miller. Cape Town. £10.00
#8186 Brink, Andre P. 'N EMMERTJIE WYN. 'n Versameling Dopstories. A collection of short drinking stories in Afrikaans. 104pp p/b. No inscrip. clean, G-VG. Ram Boeke. Cape Town nd. £6.00
88278 Cartwright, Justin. IN EVERY FACE I MEET. Set against the background of Nelson Mandela's release is one day in the life of the main character. Shortlisted for the Booker Prize and Whitbread Novel Award. 218pp p/b. No inscrip, near F. H&S Sceptre. London 1996. £8.00
#8133 Chapman, Michael & Voss, Tony. ACCENTS. An Anthology Of Poetry For The English-speaking World. Contains some traditional african selections (Khoi, San, Zulu, etc) as well as many 255pp. indexed. Sound, worn, G only. AD Donker. Jhb 1989 rpt. £3.00
#8187 Cilliers, Charl J.F. WEST-FALLING LIGHT. Poetry Printed bds. 64pp. No inscrip. VG+. Tafelberg. Cape Town 1971 1st edn. £10.00
#8256 Cloete, Stuart. MORE NIGHTS OF JEAN MACAQUE. Bds. VG, contents F except tippex to ffep. all in clean G-VG d/w (sp.fad & a few neat repairs). Collins. London 1975 1st edn. £8.00
#8109 Coetzee, J.M. DISGRACE. Winner of the 1999 Booker Prize. 219pp p/b. Near F. Vintage. London 2000. £6.00
#8088 Croudace, Glynn. THE SECRET OF THE ROCK. The discovery of a skeleton sets off a series of events in the small coastal village of Agulhas. MML Young Africa Series. 130pp p/b. VG+. MML. Cape Town 1988. £5.00
#8116 Dangor, Achmat. KAFKA'S CURSE. A Novella & Three Other Stories. 194pp p/b. glossary. Fine, no inscrip. a very attractive copy. Kwela Books. Cape Town 1997 1st SA edn. £5.00
#8255 Duggan, William. THE GREAT THIRST. An epic novel of a South African tribe from the ancient Africa to modern times as they struggle to survive across the vicissitudes of history. 350pp. VG+ in rubbed VG d/w. Hutchinson. London 1985 1st edn. £5.00
#8275 Elliot, Geraldine. THE HUNTER'S CAVE. A Book Of Stories Based Upon African Folk Tales. Charmingly illustrated by Sheila Hawkins. Printed wraps. ix + 174pp softcover. VG. Macmillan. Johannesburg 1981 1st thus. £8.00
#8277 Elliot, Geraldine. THE LONG GRASS WHISPERS. Originally published in 1939 this delightful classic will charm adult and child alike. Charmingly illustrated by Sheila Hawkins. Printed wraps. ix + 174pp softcover. VG. Routledge & Kegan Paul. London 1974. £8.00
#8276 Elliot, Geraldine. THE SINGING CHAMELEON. A Book Of African Stories Based Upon Local Custom, Proverbs And Folklore. Charmingly illustrated by Sheila Hawkins. Printed wraps. ix + 174pp softcover. VG. Routledge & Kegan Paul. London 1981. £6.00
#8102 Fugard, Athol. HELLO AND GOODBYE. A play. 51pp p/b. G. OUP. London 1973 1st thus. £5.00
#8190 Fugard, Athol. HELLO AND GOODBYE. A play in two acts. A scarce true SA first edition. 69pp p/b. No inscrip. sm.nick f.joint, rear wrap fox o/w a tight clean VG copy. Balkema. Cape Town 1971 1st edn. £70.00
#8188 Galgut, Damon. ECHOES OF ANGER And No.1 Utopia Lane. Two plays. Echoes Of Anger was first performed at PACT 1983. 105pp p/b. A very few words hence VG. Johnathan Ball. Braamfontein 1983 1st edn. £7.00
#8060 Galgut. Damon. THE QUARRY. A murder on a lonely road leads to bizarre events as the murderer takes on the identity of his victim. 193pp p/b. Near F. Penguin Books. South Africa 1995. £10.00
#8079 Goodwin, Suzanne. FLOODTIDE. From Boer Africa to aristocratic England she sought love and fame.. 276pp p/b. No inscrip. VG+. Sphere Books. London 1994. £3.50
#8061 Gray, Stephen. DRAKENSTEIN. A NOVEL. A Johannesburg studio is shooting a horror movie on location in the Maluti mountains when events overtake them. 215pp p/b. No inscrip, fine. Justified Press. Johannesburg 1994. £5.00
#8191 Gwala, Mafika. NO MORE LULLABIES. Poetry. Illustrated by Dikobe wa Mogale Martins. Staffrider Series No.15. 93pp p/b. Name inside f.wrap o/w VG. Ravan. Jhb 1982 1st edn. £8.00
#8107 Ijimere, Obotonde. THE IMPRISONMENT OF OBATALA AND OTHER PLAYS. Everyman, Woyengi. 109pp p/b. Stamp on title page, o/w G. Heinemann. London 1970 rpt. £4.00
#8081 Ijimere, Obotunde. THE IMPRISONMENT OF OBATALA AND OTHER PLAYS. Everyman, Woyengi. Based on a Yoruba myth of reincarnation. 109pp p/b. VG. Heinemann. Oxford 1994 rpt. £6.00
#8192 James, Alan. FERRY TO ROBBEN ISLAND. Poems. Author (currently living in W.Australia) writes about South Africa and his new home. 105pp p/b. No inscrip. Near Fine. Eyeball Press. Durban 1996. £8.00
#8235 Joyce, Molly. JULY FEVER. A romantic novel set in the world of SA horse racing. 587pp p/b. Regretfully our own bookshop stamp ffep o/w VG. Olivier. Cape Town 1987. £3.50
#8100 Junction Avenue Theatre Company. SOPHIATOWN. A Play. 78pp p/b. Fine WUP. Jhb 1999 rpt. £4.50
#8193 (Keays) Geoff. KOOS AND THE GREAT OIL STRIKE. Humorous cartoon story of oil discovery on a small farm in the Karoo, involving Koos the farmer, Moses his trusted friend, and a cast of others as they seek to restore the area to its pre-discovery tranquility. Oblong 8vo (60pp). G only, curled, creased, marked, but sound. Centaur. Cape Town 1987. £5.00
#8194 King, Michael. (Ed). ENGLISH ALIVE 1967-87. Writing from Senior Schools In Southern Africa. A selection of poetry and prose from schools across Southern Africa as published annually in the magazine English Alive. Includes contributions from Jeremy Cronin & Jeff Peires. ix + 197pp p/b. Edges brown o/w Fine. David Philip. Cape Town 1987 1st edn. £7.00
#8098 La Guma, Alex. AND A THREEFOLD CORD. Written during the author's time under house arrest in the early 1960s. 112pp p/b. Bookshop stamp, some ink u/l hence G+. Kliptown Books. London 1988. £3.00
#8128 Leuw, Leonard. MOBRAD. A science fiction tale. 306pp p/b. VG. Wyvern. Plumstead 1994 1st edn. £8.00
#8106 Leveson, Marcia. (Ed). THE VITA ANTHOLOGY OF NEW SOUTH AFRICAN SHORT FICTION. 36 1980s local stories by local authors, both established and (as then) unknown. 216pp p/b. VG-F. Justified Press. Bellevue East 1988 1st edn. £6.00
#8189 Lorimer, Eleanor K. GRANDMOTHER GOES GREYHOUND. An Odyssey Of 1966. Letters To Her Family. "Ninety Nine Dollars For Ninety Nine Days" - and the letters tell the story of a trip rround America (The Greyhound bus bit), Mexico, Canada, Britain, Holland, Spain, Portugal, France, Switzerland, Austria & Greece. Author was Director of the King George VI Art Gallery and Chairman of the Historical Society in Port Elizabeth at this time. 108pp p/b. illustrated sketches. No inscrip, sp.fad o/w VG-F. Port Elizabeth. nd (1967) £10.00
#8280 Lovell, Moira. DEPARTURES. New Poems. Author's second published collection. 48pp p/b. No inscrip. Fine. Snailpress. Plumstead 1997. £5.00
#8059 Lurie, Edward. JACOB WITH A 'C'. South Africa in the 21st century captured in a relationship between a mixed-marriage couple. Winner of the English Association competition for the best unpublished South African novel. 211pp p/b. VG. The Carrefour Press. Cape Town 1993 1st edn. £8.00
#8051 Lurie, Edward. THE SCAFFOLD. Author's first novel. Centered on a building site, the story parallels the corruption and other moral dilemmas on which apartheid was created. 237pp p/b. ff browned at edges, VG. Zed Books. London 1986 1st edition. £7.00
#8150 Malan, Rian. MY TRAITOR'S HEART Blood And Bad Dreams: A South African Explores The Madness In His Country, his tribe and himself. Author, son of D.F. Malan, the first Nationalist Prime Minister and the founder of apartheid, returned from self-imposed exile to the land of his birth to write this introspective analysis. 425pp p/b. Sl.crease f.wrap o/w Fine. Vintage. London 1990. £5.00
#8281 Markowitz, Arthur. WITH UPLIFTED TONGUE. Stories, Myths And Fables Of The South African Bushmen Told In Their Manner. Illustrated by Arthur Goldreich. 77pp softcover. Except red price title.p, nice and clean under stained d/w. CNA. (1956). £15.00
#8252 Marsh, Rob. GHOST STORIES. Ghost stories for young people. African Story Library Series. 127pp p/b. VG-F. Struik. Cape Town 1994. £4.00
#8270 Matthee, Dalene. THE MULBERRY FOREST. A novel of life in the Knysna forest set in the late 19thC. 359pp p/b. No inscrip. VG+. Penguin. Cape Town 1990. £4.00
#8195 Mtshali, Oswald Mbuyiseni. SOUNDS OF A COWHIDE DRUM. Poems. Foreword by Nadine Gordimer. xiii + 71pp. G+, clean, neat inscrip. ffep. OUP. London 1974 rpt. £4.00
#8226 Munnion, Christopher. BANANA SUNDAY. Datelines From Africa. Yarns, legends, & anecdotes of the adventures and misadventures of the world's jounalists in Africa. 472pp p/b. Inscrip ffep and some sl.damp stains bott.r.cnr. William Waterman. Rivonia 1995. £7.00
#8065 Oliphant, Walter (Ed). THE CHANGE OF SEASONS & OTHER STORIES. A collection of offbeat stories by various upcoming writers. 188pp p/b. VG+. Cosaw Publishing. Johannesburg 1995 1st imp. £6.00
#8268 Pereira, Ernest. (Ed). THE UNKNOWN PAULINE SMITH. Unpublished And Out Of Print Stories, Diaries And Other Prose Writings (Including Her Arnold Bennett Memoir). xix + 233pp. Bott.ff damp stained, most apparent to front prelims. hence VG-. UNP. Pietermaritzburg 1993. £6.00
#8271 Poland, Marguerite. SHADES. Authors second adult novel, set in the Eastern Cape at the turn of the 19thC. 444pp p/b. VG. Penguin. Cape Town 1994. £6.00
#8144 Poland, Marguerite. SHADOW OF THE WILD HARE. Children's book set on an Eastern Cape farm. 88pp p/b. Large inscrips half-title hence G-VG. David Phillip. Cape Town 1986. £4.00
#8104 Scholtz, A.H.M. A PLACE CALLED VATMAAR. A Living Story Of A Time That Is No More. Tr. from the Afrikaans by Chris Van Wyk. Author's first novel. Winner of M-Net Prize, Eugene Marais Prize, CNA Literary Award. 376pp. map. p/b. Fine. Kwela Books. Kimberley 2000 1st English edn. £10.00
#8080 Silber, Gus. IT TAKES TWO TO TOYI-TOYI. A Survival Guide To The New South Africa. A light-hearted look at the realities and problems of urban life in SA. 152pp p/b. b/w dwgs. Inscrip inside f.wrap, VG+. Penguin. Johannesburg 1991. £4.00
#8272 Slabolepsky, Paul. SATURDAY NIGHT AT THE PALACE. A Play In One act. First produced at the Market Theatre on 6th May 1982. 79pp p/b. Ownership label on ffep, inside of f.wrap torn, label removed title.p hence G, but clean and sound. Donker. Jeppestown 1995 rpt. £5.00
#8143 Smith, Ken. TINDE IN THE MOUNTAINS. Set in the Eastern Cape of 1800 this exciting story for children depicts an encounter across racial boundaries. Illus. Mark de Lange. 166pp p/b. Inscrip half-title which ff is f.mothed, hence G-VG. Ravan. Jhb 1987. £6.00
#8142 Smith, Pauline. THE LITTLE KAROO. Perennial favourite story with new introduction by Dorothy Driver. 155pp p/b. Lg.inscrip half-title o/w G-VG. David Phillip. Cape Town 1990. £4.00
#8283 Spicer, N.H.D. DUST DEVILS. Poems By N.H.D. Spicer. Cover & Illus. By D.J. Avery. 32pp stapled booklet. Wraps soiled, ff foxed, but sound, text clean. Spicer. Salisbury 1946 £6.00
#8141 Stein, Sylvester. SECOND-CLASS TAXI. Originally banned in South Africa, this satirical book tells the story of Staffnurse Pholo, "a non-european from non-europe". 209pp p/b. Inscrip fep. VG. David Phillip. Cape Town 1988 2nd imp. £6.00
#8096 Stein, Sylvester. WHO KILLED MR DRUM? The story of the black writers who created the magazine DRUM and of the long hunt to reveal who or what killed so many of them so young. Mayibuye History & Literature Series No.93. 245pp. illustratedb/w photos. Sm.ink price ffep tippexed out, VG+. Mayibuye Books. Univ. Western Cape 1999. £8.00
#8196 Stewart, Dianne. CHASING THE WIND. Children's book, set in Plettenberg Bay the young heroine explores loneliness and friendship and the need to find one's own identity. 96pp p/b. Fine. OUP. Cape Town 1994. £7.00
#8130 Trump, Martin. ARMED VISION. Afrikaans Writers In English. A selection of short stories from the 1950s to the 1980s with brief biographical notes. 210pp p/b. No inscrip. G-VG. Donker. Craighall 1987. £6.00
#8267 Van Der Post, Laurens. A MANTIS CAROL. Investigates the symbolism of the praying mantis, and the true story of Hans Taaibosch the lone bushman transplanted from the Kalahari to New York. 168pp p/b. VG+. Penguin 1989. £5.00
#8264 Van Der Post, Laurens. IN A PROVINCE. Author's first novel. 253pp p/b. Edges fox o/w VG+ no inscrip. Penguin 1984. First p/b edn. £5.00
#8265 Van Der Post, Laurens. THE LOST WORLD OF THE KALAHARI. Author records his rediscovery of the survivors of Stone-Age Africa with their cave art, music, hunting, etc. 252pp p/b. VG+. Penguin 1962. First p/b edn. £5.00
#8105 Van Heerden, Etienne. KIKUYU. A story of a childhood in the Karoo through which the winds of change are blowing in the summer of 1960. Tr. from the Afrikaans by Catherine Knox. 315pp 8vo p/b. VG. Kwela Books. Cape Town 1998 1st English edn. £5.00
#8197 Various. FIRETALK 2. Selected Short Stories. Selected from entries to the 1992 Sanlam Literary Award. Includes stories by Marion Baxter, Shaun de Waal, Peter Wilhelm, Julia Martin, Ivan Vladislacic, Jane Fox, Jane Powrie, M.J. Marchand, Willem van der Walt, Faheem Fredericks, & dermod Judge. 120pp p/b. VG-F. Sanlam 1993. £6.00
#8058 Wa Thiong'o, Ngugi. PETALS OF BLOOD. Centred in Kenya this classic novel focusses on the dual challenges of the new economic order and the history of past struggles to achieve national independence. 344pp p/b. G-VG. David Phillip. Cape Town 1986. £5.00
#8057 Wilhelm, Peter. THE MASK OF FREEDOM. The story takes place in a visionary future of South Africa devastated by war and starvation, swollen camps of squatters and doomed masses of aids victims. The novel challenges the popular view that freedom can be found through political action alone, suggesting that it is an inward state achieved through love, creative vision, and spiritual wholeness. 191pp p/b. VG. Donker. Parklands 1994. £6.00


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#8134 Adam, Heribert. MODERNIZING RACIAL DISCRIMINATION. The Dynamics Of South African Politics. xi + 197pp h/b indexed. Owners inscrip. ffep, small ownership stamp some ff & bott.edge, VG+ in G-VG d/w. UCP. Berkely 1971. £16.00
#8092 ASSA. ASSA SOCIOLOGY SOUTHERN AFRICA 1973. Papers From The First Congress Of The Association For Sociologists In Southern Africa. 378pp p/b. G. np. (1973). £20.00
#8198 Barclay's Bank D.C.O. SOUTH AFRICA. An economic survey. 114pp softcover. illustrated b/w photos, tables. VG. Barclay's. London Sept 1969. £8.00
#8086 Benso/RAU. THE INDEPENDENT VENDA. All you need to know about the old Venda: population statistics, labour, health, agriculture, etc. 197pp. illustrated col.photos. tables & graphs, foldout-map. VG+ in VG d/w. Benso. Pretoria 1979. £15.00
#8140 Berger, Peter & Godsell, Bobby. (Eds). A FUTURE SOUTH AFRICA. Visions, Strategies And Realities. Provides a comprehensive contemporary description of the major players, their goals and strategies, etc. 344pp. indexed. VG-F in VG+ d/w. H&R. Tafelberg 1988. £10.00
#8199 Bot, Monica. THE BLACKBOARD DEBATE. Hurdles, Options And Opportunities In School Integration. xiii + 150pp p/b. Mint. SAIRR. Jhb 1991. £5.00
#8119 Botman, Russell & Petersen, Robin (Eds). TO REMEMBER AND TO HEAL. Theological And Psychological Reflections On Truth And Reconciliation. Forword by Desmond Tutu. 172pp p/b. VG+. Human & Rousseau. Cape Town 1996. £10.00
#8053 Boulle, L.J. SOUTH AFRICA AND THE CONSOCIATIONAL OPTION. A Constitutional Analysis. Appendix - RSA Constitution Act, 1983. Bibliography. Constitutional developmnts re dealt with against an historical background, are analysed comparatively in relation to established notions of western constitutiionalism, and are related to the theory of consocational democracy. xii + 270pp p/b. indexed. G. Juta. Cape Town 1984. £6.00
#8200 Bozzoli, Belinda. (Comp). LABOUR, TOWNSHIPS AND PROTEST. Studies In The Social History Of The Witwatersrand. Selected from original research papers presented at The University of the Witwatersrand History Workshop, 1978 under three general themes, Township Life and Protest, Cultural Alternatives to Hegemony, Worker Organisation and Action. Contributors include P.L. Bonner, Rob Davies, F.A. Johnstone, and A.W. Stadler. 342pp p/b. Sp.fad, G+. Ravan. Jhb 1979. £15.00
#8201 Brindley, Marianne. WESTERN COLOURED TOWNSHIP. Problems Of An Urban Slum. Photos by Rodney Barnett. Bibliography. 110pp p/b. illustrated b/w photos. indexed. Owner's name on title.p, VG Ravan. Jhb 1976. £14.00
#8231 Brokensha, Miles. & Knowles, Robert. THE FOURTH OF JULY RAIDS. The sabotage events orchestrated by the African Resistance Movement, including how Randolph Vigne escaped to seek asylum in England. 151pp h/b illustrated b/w photos. G, edges of ff stained, in d/w. Simondium. Cape Town 1965. £10.00
#8241 Brookes, Edgar H. & Macaulay, J.B. CIVIL LIBERTY IN SOUTH AFRICA. Prepared on the initiative of the SAIRR this discusses the full range of liberties including expression, economic, education, religious and social. 175pp. G in d/w. OUP. London 1958. £6.00
#8202 Caldwell, Don. SOUTH AFRICA: THE NEW REVOLUTION. Author advocates free market, economic and political changes to provide both freedom to the masses and security to the privileged within less than a generation. 255pp p/b. VG+ . Conrad. Jhb 1992. £10.00
#8203 Christie, Pam. THE RIGHT TO LEARN. The Struggle For Education In South Africa. A Peoples College Book. A look at crucial issues in education in South Africa, and ways of understanding them. 272pp p/b. illustrated line dwgs. VG-F. Sached/Raven 1988. £8.00
#8121 Codesria. AFRICAN SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW. 4,2,2000. Incorporating the South African Sociological Review. 173pp p/b. VG-F. CODESRIA. Senegal 2000. £10.00
#8125 Codesria. AFRICAN SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW. 1,2,1997. Incorporating the South African Sociological Review. 173pp p/b. VG-F. CODESRIA. Senegal 2000. £10.00
#8126 Cornewin, Marianne. APARTHEID. Power And Historical Falsification. Systematically analyses the image of history as seen in South Africa to show that it had been idealogically manipulated to support the apartheid doctrine. 144pp p/b. Inscrip. ffep. VG. UNESCO. Paris 1980. £10.00
#8242 Cowen, D.V. THE FOUNDATIONS OF FREEDOM. With Special Reference To Southern Africa. Bibliography, texts of the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms. 258pp. Small f.moth damage on top edge and joints of d/w foldins not detracting from a particularly clean & bright copy, essentially VG+ in VG d/w. OUP. London 1961. £18.00
#8239 Dickie-Clark, H.F. THE MARGINAL SITUATION. A Sociological Study Of A Coloured Group. A study of the Cape Coloured people in Natal, this deals with both individual and group personality traits in their relations with White and Black. ix + 226pp. No inscrip. G-VG in G f.mothed d/w. Routledge Kegan Paul. London 1966. £11.00
#8237 Dugard et al. (Eds). SOUTH AFRICAN JOURNAL ON HUMAN RIGHTS. Vol.3. Part 3. November 1987. p/b. Except f.wrap open tear at bottom next to spine, ff sl.browned, VG. Ravan. Jhb. £10.00
#8284 Education Panel. EDUCATION AND THE SOUTH AFRICAN ECONOMY. The 1961 Education Panel Second Report. xiii + 152pp. illustrated tables & graphs. G+. Wits UP. Johannesburg 1966. £8.00
#8238 Esterhuyse, W.P. ANTON RUPERT: ADVOCATE OF HOPE. A survey of the actions and thoughts of one of the most influential and early Afrikaner critics of apartheid from within industry in SA. 150pp. list of Anton Ruperts publications. indexed. VG-F in d/w. Tafelberg. Cape Town 1986. £8.00
#8063 Godsell, Bobby (ed.) SHAPING A FUTURE SOUTH AFRICA. A Citizen's Guide To Constitution-making. Clarifies key terms, surveys some of the options, discusses the steps involved. 63pp p/b. G+. Tafelberg / H&R. Cape Town 1990 1st edn. £5.00
#8204 Gordon, Robert J. MINES, MASTERS AND MIGRANTS. Life In A Namibian Mine Compound. Describes the attitudes and aspirations of the mine workers, their methods of coping with the alien environment, relations between black and white mine workers, economic pressures, etc. 276pp p/b. illustrated b/w photos. Name inscrip inside f.wrap. Sp.fad. hence VG+ . Ravan. Jhb 1977. £16.00
#8274 Hanlon, Joseph. & Omond, Roger. THE SANCTIONS HANDBOOK. The cases for and against sanctions, and an analysis of actions already taken. Suggests measures that would be effective against the apartheid regime. Extensive notes and bibliography. 399pp p/b. indexed. Except crease to rear wrap. VG. Penguin. 1987. £5.00
#8205 Helm, Brunhilde. SOCIETY IN SOUTHERN AFRICA. A Selection Of Paper Read At The Third & Fourth Congresses Of The Association For Sociology In Southern Africa, 1973 & 1974. 215pp p/b. Wraps fad. G-VG. ASSA 1977. £14.00
#8206 Horner, J.A. BLACK PAY AND PRODUCTIVITY IN SOUTH AFRICA. An Address To The South African Institute Of Personnel Management, June 1972. 23pp wraps. VG. SAIRR. Sept 1972. £4.00
#8207 Horton, J.W. THE FIRST SEVENTY YEARS 1895-1965. Being An Account Of The Growth Of The Council Of Education, Witwatersrand. Based upon original records this history records the growth of primary, secondary and higher education in the Transvaal. xi + 136pp. illustrated b/w plates. Bookplate ffep, VG++ in very clean d/w with closed tear at bott.sp. rpd. inside. WUP. Jhb 1968. £15.00
#8208 HSRC THE SOUTH AFRICAN SOCIETY: REALITIES AND FUTURE PROSPECTS. Main Committee: HSRC Investigation Into Intergroup Relations. This is the final report of the Main Committee. x + 182pp. G+. HSRC. Pretoria 1985. £9.00
#8236 Hunt, John. & Lascaris, Reg. THE SOUTH AFRICAN DREAM. Market Support Associates were commissioned to conduct research into what South Africans dream about (in terms of the future of their country). This book distills the results of this survey and the optimistic feelings of the Authors. As well as the man in the street, a Dream Team of 15 prominent personalities also contributed with their opinions and suggestion to achieving the dream. xvi + 244pp. Mint. Zebra. Jhb 1988. £15.00
#8248 Ilbury, Chantelle. & Sunter, Clem. THE MIND OF A FOX. Scenario Planning In Action. 139pp p/b. Mint. H&R/Tafelberg Cape Town 2001. £6.00
#8156 International Centre For African Economic And Social Documentation. BULLETIN OF INFORMATION CURRENT. Research On Human Sciences Concerning Africa. 1969/2. Listing of academic papers & studies, currently in preparation, and their status re publication. 106pp p/b. G. CIDESA. Brussels 1969. £10.00
#8244 Ive, Anthony. THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND IN SOUTH AFRICA. A Study If Its History, Principles, And Status. 108pp stapled booklet. Green wraps a little rubbed else VG. Church of England. Cape Town 1966. £6.00
#8240 Jacob, A. WHITE MAN, THINK AGAIN. A justification of white superiority of the white race over others. 348pp. G, no d/w. Voortrekkerpers. Pretoria nd. (1965). £23.00
#8234 Johnson, Shaun. STRANGE DAYS INDEED. South Africa From Insurrection To Post Election. A collection of articles by the then Deputy & Political editors of The Star, published and unpublished, from 1986 through 1984, make a contemporary collage of the years of change culminating in the successful 1994 elections. VG-F. Bantam 1994. £6.00
#8042 Keet, B.B. WHITHER SOUTH AFRICA? An early criticism of apartheid. 96pp. G in d/w with closed tear top, slight loss bott.sp. University Publishers and Booksellers. Stellenbosch 1956 £4.00
#8246 Keppel Jones, Arthur. FRIENDS OF FOES. A Point Of View And A Programme For Racial Harmony In South Africa. 231pp. maps on eps. G in tatty d/w. Shuter & Shooter. Pmb nd. c.1950. £6.00
#8155 Koenderman, Tony. SANCTIONS. The Threat To South Africa. A detailed analysis of sanctions and boycotts - military, sporting, economic, etc. 278pp. No inscrip. VG-F in d/w. Jonathan Ball. Jhb 1982. £15.00
#8227 Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung. OPPOSITION IN SOUTH AFRICA'S NEW DEMOCRACY. Proceedings of conference held in Kariega Game Reserve near Grahamstown, Eastern Province, South Africa, 28-30 June 2000. 216pp lg.8vo softcover. Fine. KAS. Jhb 2001. £10.00
#8209 Kotze, D.J. NATIONALISM. A Comparative Study. Extensive notes & bibliography. 166pp. VG. Tafelberg. Cape Town 1981. £12.00
#8242 Kruger, Elsa G. (Ed). EDUCATION - PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE. Contributing editors cover both theoretical and practical aspects. The text is aimed at students of the subject. Chapters specific to South Africa cover language medium, differentiated secondary education since 1910, technical education, and the organised teaching profession. Extensive chapter bibliographies. 253pp p/b. indexed. VG-F Euro. Pretoria 1994 2nd edn. £8.00
#8045 Lacey, Marian. WAITING FOR BOROKO. The Origins Of A Coercive Labour System In South Africa. (The title means working for nothing or for a place to sleep). Extensive notes, appendices, bibliography. xiii + 422pp p/b. illustrated tables, foldout map at rear. G, f.wrap creased at bottom. Ravan. Johannesburg 1981. £14.00
#8247 Lascaris, Reg. & Lipkin, Mike. REVELLING IN THE WILD. Business Lessons Out Of Africa. 140pp p/b. Ownership name on title.p o/w VG+. H&R/Tafelberg. Cape Town 1993. £10.00
#8087 Leistner, G. & Breytenbach, W. THE BLACK WORKER OF SOUTH AFRICA. Communications Of The Africa Institite No.26. Offers a factual, concise analysis of black labour in apartheid South Africa. References, bibliography. ix + 101pp.. illustrated tables etc. Name inscrip. ffep. G-VG in clean rubbed d/w. Africa Institute. Pretoria 1975. £9.00
#7782 Lelyveld, Joseph. MOVE YOUR SHADOW. South Africa, Black And White. Author, correspondent for NY Times and once expelled from SA, writes about the South African way of life and its then pervasive racial policy. ix + 390pp. Sm.inscrip. o/w VG-F in d/w. Jonathan Ball. Johannesburg 1986. £12.00
#8210 Lever, Henry. SOUTH AFRICAN SOCIETY. A rigorous and comprehensive review of South African society, a detached and critical view of a troubled and complex society. 312pp p/b. indexed. G-VG. Johnathan Ball. Jhb 1978. £12.00
#8211 Lewin, Julius. AN OUTLINE OF NATIVE LAW. Basic coverage of marriage, divorce, customary union, property rights, inheritance, lobolo, guardians and children, conflicts with common law. 32pp stapled booklet. G. Acorn. Jhb 1944 2nd edn. £4.00
#8212 Lodge, Tom. SOUTH AFRICAN POLITICS SINCE 1994. Author examines the pattern of politics that has emerged in South Africa since the first democratic elections of 1994, successes, failures, corruption, the "African Renaissance", an assessment of Mbeki, etc. viii + 136pp p/b. Fine. David Philip. Cape Town 1999. £8.00
#8233 Lombard, J.A. FREEDOM, WELFARE, AND ORDER. Thoughts On The Principles Of Political Co-Operation In The Economy Of Southern Africa. The old idea of the RSA as an extension of Europe makes room for the new idea of the Republic as the main spring of economic development for Southern Africa. 191pp. VG-F in G rubbed d/w. Benbo. Pretoria 1978. £8.00
#7949 Louw, Leon. & Kendall, Frances. SOUTH AFRICA. THE SOLUTION. A detailed analysis of contemporary problems and a suggested solution of a system of cantons. Leon Louw was director of the Free Market Foundation at the time. Bibliography. xvi + 236pp p/b. VG. Amagi. Ciskei 2nd revd. edn. £4.00
#8213 Lucas, K.C. SOUTH AFRICA AS SHE MIGHT BE. Work, Food, Freedom, For All - Always. Land useage is seen as the central issue preventing the elimination of poverty. 71pp stapled wraps. Name inscrip. title.p. ff browned, G. The Free People. Jhb 1945. £5.00
#8138 Malherbe, E.G. EDUCATION IN SOUTH AFRICA. Volume 1: 1652-1922. (A Critical Survey Of The Development Of Educational Administration In The Cape, Natal, Transvaal And The Orange Free State). Extensive bibliography. The original 1925 edition of this standard reference work on the subject matter is reprinted here as Vol.1 (of a two-volume set of which the 2nd volume updates the subject for the last 50 years). Vol.1 only, xxii + 521pp p/b. indexed. No inscrip. cont. F, bds. VG, in VG d/w. Juta. Cape Town 1975 rpt. (1925). £20.00
#8245 Malherbe, Paul N. MULTISTAN: A Way Out Of The South African Dilemma. xi + 172pp. illustrated maps. G+ in P d/w. David Philip. Cape Town 1974.

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#8122 Mamdani, Mahmood. CITIZEN AND SUBJECT. Princeton Studies In Culture / Power / History series. Contemporary Africa And The Legacy Of Late Colonialism. An analysis of the obstacles to democratisation in post-independence Africa which offers a bold insight into colonialism's legacy. Detailed studies of rural Ugandan and urban South African resistance movements shows how the resultant institutional features of post-colonialism fragment resistance and play off reform in one sector against resistance in another. Extensive notes. 353pp p/b. indexed. Except f.wrap creased along joint by too-full opening of wrap, fine. Princeton UP. New Jersey 1996. £8.00
#8095 Mandela, Nelson. NELSON MANDELA - NO EASY WALK TO FREEDOM. African Writer's Series. xvii + 189pp p/b. illustratedb/w photos. Some sm.stains wraps, G. Heinemann. Oxford 1989. £3.50
#8113 Marais, Chris. CHILDREN OF SORROW. Child Sex Abuse In South Africa. Bibliography. 135pp p/b. No inscrip, near F. Ashanti. Cape Town. 1990. £8.00
#8214 Marquard, Leo. A FEDERATION OF SOUTHERN AFRICA. A solution for Southern Africa, partitioning South Africa into 11 regions and incorporation into a federation including Lesotho, Swaziland, Botswana, & South West Africa into one giant federation. 142pp p/b. illustrated map. Inscrip ffep, wraps rubbed, G. OUP. London 1971. £6.50
#8052 McCormack, Dewar. VIEWPOINT ON SOUTH AFRICA. A Call For Reason. Well-known South African broadcaster puts his own thoughts onto paper, drawing on his experience and interviews whilst with the SABC. 129pp p/b. Sm.inscrip ffep, VG+. Cape Town 1987. £8.00
#8250 McGregor, Robin & Anne, Eds. MCGREGORS PRIVATISATION IN SOUTH AFRICA. Contributed papers on various aspects of the privatisation process, with appendices, list of privatiseable entities, etc. 221pp. Fine in VG+ d/w. Juta. Kenwyn 1987. £15.00
#8110 Moorcraft, Paul L. A SHORT THOUSAND YEARS. The End Of Rhodesia's Rebellion. Detailed review of the last days of white -rule. 280pp p/b. illustratedb/w photos. maps, cartoons. indexed. Tea-stained f, inscrip half-title, hence G only. Galaxie Press. Zimbabwe 1980 revd. edn. £8.00
#8091 Morse, Stanley & Orpen, Christopher. (Eds). CONTEMPORARY SOUTH AFRICA. Social Psychological Perspectives. Contributed articles from leading social scientists examine aspects of South African society and show the contribution that their own disciplines can make to our understanding of how it functions and where it is heading. 299pp. illustrated tables, graphs, etc. Name inscrip. f.pastedown, shelfwear, G-VG in G rubbed d/w. Juta. Cape Town 1975. £28.00
#8120 Nkondo, G.M. (Ed). TURFLOOP TESTIMONY. The Dilemma Of A Black University In South Africa. Includes Memorandum To The Commission Of Enquiry Concerning Certain Matters Relating To The University Of The North. This Memorandum was prepared on behalf of the Black Academic Staff Association and takes the form of answers and comments to a questionnaire prepared for this purpose by BASA. 93pp p/b. G. Ravan. Jhb 1976. £9.00
#8222 Oosthuizen, D.C.S. THE ETHICS OF ILLEGAL ACTION And Other Essays. Author was Professor of Philosophy at Rhodes University 1958-69. 95pp printed wraps. tipped-in portrait frontis. White wraps fox o/w VG. Spro-Cas / Ravan. Jhb 1973. £8.00
#8215 Orkin, F.M. & Welz, S.E. SOCIETY IN SOUTHERN AFRICA 1975-78. Proceedings Of The Association For Sociology In Southern Africa. ix + 288pp p/b. G. ASSA 1979. £8.00
#8103 Randall, Peter. (Ed). SOUTH AFRICA'S POLITICAL ALTERNATIVES. Report Of The Spro-Cas Political Commission Of The Study Project On Christianity In Apartheid Society. Spro-Cas Publication Number 10. 252pp p/b. indexed. Some preliminary ff loose (common, poor bindings) hence G-. Spro-Cas. Jhb 1973. £5.00
#8078 Razis, Vic. THE AMERICAN CONNECTION. The Influence Of United States Business On South Africa. Focuses on the role of US multinationals in influencing South Africa as opposed to the disinvestment alternative. Extensive bibliography. 246pp. illustrated graphs, tables, etc. indexed. Excepting inkstain bott.edge, VG in VG d/w. Frances Pinter. London 1986. £10.00
#8232 Razis, Vincent Victor. SWORDS OR PLOUGHSHARES? South Africa And Political Change: An Introduction. A concise look at the studies of van den Berghe, Adam, and O'Dowd. Extensive bibliography. xi + 162pp. VG. Ravan. Jhb 1980. £8.00
#7819 Richburg, Keith B. OUT OF AMERICA. A Black Man Confronts Africa. Author, sent as the Washington Post's chief correspondent to Africa in 1991, is forced to face the deep cultural divide between his self and Africa. A personal memoir that covers three years and 19 countries. xviii + 266pp p/b. VG+. Harcourt Brace / Harvest. 1998. £8.00
#7116 Rotberg, Robert. NAMIBIA: POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC PROSPECTS. The historical context leading up to the 1982 settlement proposals are dealt with but the focus of succeeding chapters is on a future post-independent Namibial with special emphasis on the political and economic structure. 132pp. indexed. Red name & date inscrip. ffep hence VG-. David Phillip. Cape Town 1983. £7.00
#8047 Rotberg, Robert. TOWARDS A CERTAIN FUTURE. The Politics And Economics of Southern Africa. More than just an academic study, also serves as reference for those concerned with decisions in policy-making. (A revision of the book as originally published, 'Suffer The Future: Policy Choices In Southern Africa' by Harvard UP). xvi + 311pp. indexed. Name inscrip inside rubbed f.wrap, G, cont. VG. David Phillip. Cape Town 1981. £10.00
#8132 Sampson, Anthony. BLACK AND GOLD. Tycoons, Revolutionaries And Apartheid. The relation between international big business and black political movements is examined. 280pp. indexed. Inscrip. f.pastedown o/w near Fine in VG+ d/w. H&S. Cape Town 1987. £5.00
#8158 Sampson, H.F. THE PRINCIPLE OF APARTHEID. Red printed banner showing Senator Kennedy holding this title & proclaiming "The book that was handed to Senator Kennedy" is still wrapped over the dustwrapper of this pro-apartheid book 119pp. Name inscrip f.pastedown, banner repaired, G in d/w. Voortrekkerpers. Jhb 1966. £6.00
#8216 Sithole, Ndabaningi. AFRICAN NATIONALISM. Foreword by Garfield Todd. 172pp. G+ in G d/w (sl.loss around head of spine). OUP. London 1959. £4.00
#8097 Smuts, J.C. FREEDOM. Being The Rectorial Address Delivered At St Andrew's University On Oct. 17th, 1934. White bds, 36pp. Edges & prelims. fox o/w a clean copy, no d/w. G-VG. Alexander Maclehose. London 1934 rpt. £4.00
#8217 Society for Jews and Christians. COMMON SENSE 4 issues. August, September, October, December, 1950. Various articles of local interest such as Cape Coloured franchise, General Smuts, SWA & UNO. 40pp stapled periodicals (sm.8vo). G. SJC. Jhb. £10.00
#8220 Steward, Alexander. THE WORLD, THE WEST AND PRETORIA. A non-neoliberal viewpoint and analysis. 308pp. indexed. VG, d/w sp.fad, tears at head of sp. hence G. David McKay. NY 1977. £6.00
#8139 Stockil, J. Hudson. AFRICA'S CHALLENGE. Forword by Jan Hofmeyr. An introduction to the "native problem" as then perceived. 108pp. wraps. photo-frontis. G only. Knox. Durban 1938.

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#8131 Stockwell, John. IN SEARCH OF ENEMIES. A CIA Story. Author was former Chief CIA Angola Task Force. Author details the CIA's Angola paramilitary program of 1975-76 to illustrate his argument that the CIA clandestine services should have been abolished. 285pp p/b. illustrated b/w photos, maps. indexed. VG+. Norton. New York 1978. £8.00
#8221 Stone, John. COLONIST OR UITLANDER. A Study Of The British Immigrant In South Africa. From early colonists to the present day, this in-depth study gives a historical perspective but essentially concern the postwar immigrant from the UK to South Africa. Bibliography. ix + 313pp. illustrated charts, graphs, etc. indexed. F.edge only fox, o/w VG. Sp.fad and sm.closed tear to bottom of f.joint of o/w bright attractive d/w. OUP. London 1973. £10.00
#8056 Streek, Barry. & Wicksteed, Richard. RENDER UNTO KAISER. A Transkei Dossier. A critique of the then Transkei showing that far from proving the viability of the homeland policy, in reality it was in fact showing the opposite. Bibliography. 378pp p/b. indexed. G. Ravan. Jhb 1981. £7.00
#8049 Stultz, Newell. TRANSKEI'S HALF LOAF. Race Separatism In South Africa. An account of an independent Transkei, run by a small elite. Bibliography. xv + 183pp. indexed. G+. David Phillip. Cape Town 1980. £6.00
#8243 Sunter, Clem. THE WORLD AND SOUTH AFRICA IN THE 1990s. Clem Sunter forecastswhat the decade ahead holds for South Africa. 111pp p/b. Lg.inscrip ffep, f.wrap rubbed, G. H&R/Tafelberg. Pretoria 1987. £2.50
#8055 Thompson, Leonard. POLITICS IN THE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA. A Country Study. An account of political power as it operates in South Africa. 230pp p/b. indexed. Wraps fox, bott.edge soiled, hence G. Little, Brown & Co. Boston 1966. £4.00
#8262 Tomaselli, Ruth & Keyan., & Muller, Johan. CURRENTS OF POWER: STATE BROADCASTING IN SOUTH AFRICA. One of a series of three titles which examine the history of the commercial press, broadcasting, and the "alternative" press in South Africa. Examines the history of the broadcast media, both radio and television, in enhancing and creating the "general affairs" and "own affairs" cultures required by the National Party for their continued dominance. The book examines struggles within the SABC, the reasons for and content of TV2/3, the role of soap operas in ideological legitimation and the way in which broadcasting technology was shaped for political ends. Extensive notes, bibliography. 227pp p/b. Name inscrip title.p else G-VG. Anthropos. Bellville. 1989. £10.00
#8532 Tomaselli, Ruth & Keyan., & Muller, Johan. NARRATING THE CRISIS. HEGEMONY AND THE SOUTH AFRICAN PRESS. Offers a historical overview of the press in relation to politcal economy. Gives a conceptual framework for media analysis, followed by case studies dealing with the long-running battle between Nasionale Pers and Perskor, the press and educational reform, labour reporting and the roled of the press on issues of black housing. 258pp p/b. Name inscrip. title.p else VG. Richard Lyon. Johannesburg. 1987. £12.00
#8064 Tucker, Bob & Scott, Bruce (Eds). SOUTH AFRICA: PROSPECTS FOR SUCCESSFUL TRANSITION. Scenarios developed for Nedcor and Old Mutual to analyse South Africa's past, present, and alternative futures. xiii + 314pp p/b. VG. Juta. Kenwyn 1992. £8.00
#7821 Tyson, Harvey. EDITORS UNDER FIRE. Contributors include: Anthony Lewis, Nelson Mandela, Lord McGregor of Durris, Helen Suzman. The story of the South African press during the apartheid years, its opposition to this, its attack by government censorship, and the inside story of those years. In a journalistic career of more than 40 years, the Author talked to Smuts & Malan as apartheid become official policy in 1948, and to De Klerk and Mandela as it started to crumble in 1990. 428pp. illustrated b/w. indexed. Sl.shelfwear o/w nice tight clean copy, VG in d/w (f.foldin does not foldin nicely as if jacket is too large). Random House. Wynberg 1993. £15.00
#8223 Van Der Merwe, Hendrik W. & Groenewald, C.J. (Eds). OCCUPATIONAL AND SOCIAL CHANGE AMONG COLOURED PEOPLE IN SOUTH AFRICA. Proceedings Of A Workshop Of The Centre For Intergroup Studies At The University Of Cape Town. vi + 278pp. indexed. Name inscrip ffep. prelims sl.fox else VG. Juta. Cape Town 1976. £12.00
#8090 Vorster, M.P., Wiechers, M., & Van Vuuren, D.J. (Eds) THE CONSTITUTIONS OF TRANSKEI, BOPHUTHATSWANA, VENDA AND CISKEI. Analysed by experts in constitutional law. Contributors include G.N. Barrie, A.C. Cilliers, G. Devenish, F. Venter, & M.P. Vorster. 269pp. Name inscrip. f.pastedown, VG-F. Butterworths. Durban 1985. £15.00
#8228 Wassenaar, A.D. EN ROUTE TO FAIRYLAND. "A major financial debacle" was the Author's description of the government's handling of the Services Pension Fund. 122pp. Fine in VG-F d/w. Tafelberg. Cape Town 1987. £3.00
#8145 Webster, Eddie (Ed). ESSAYS IN SOUTHERN AFRICAN LABOUR HISTORY. Collected articles from the SA Labour Bulletin by P. Bonner, R. Davies, L. Ensor, J. Lever, D. Lewis, J. Lewis, J. Mawbey, S. Moroney, D. O'Meara, I. Phimister, M. Stein, P. Warwick, & E. Webster. Ravan Labour Studies 1. 247pp p/b. No inscrip. crease to f.wrap, browned, G. Ravan Press. Jhb 1983 3rd imp. £6.00
#8046 Webster, Eddie. CAST IN A RACIAL MOULD. Labour process And Trade Unionism In The Foundries. A history and analysis of the nature of work and worker resistance in the SA metal industry. xv + 299pp p/b. illustratedb/w photos. indexed. VG. Ravan Press. Johannesburg 1985. £10.00
#8533 Welsh, David. SOUTH AFRICA: POWER, PROCESS AND PROSPECT. Inaugural Lecture. University of Cape Town 14th April 1982. New Series No.75. 27pp stapled booklet. Wraps stained hence G. UCT. Cape Town 1982. £5.00
#8225 Westcott, Shauna. THE TRIAL OF THE THIRTEEN. Words of the accused drawn from the 1987 trial proceedings, includes evidence given in mitigation of the accused by Colin Bundy. Appendices include Invoking Protocol 1, Freedom Charter, Index of Terms, Index of names. 94pp stapled wraps. VG. Black Sash. Mowbray 1988. £8.00
#8148 Weyl, Nathaniel. TRAITOR'S END. The Rise And Fall Of The Communist Movement In Southern Africa. A view from the Right. 190pp. G+ in f.mothed d/w. Tafelberg Uitgewers. Cape Town 1990. £5.00
#8048 Wilson, Francis. MIGRANT LABOUR. Report To The South African Council Of Churches. 281pp p/b. map. b/w tables etc. indexed. Name inscrip. ffep, G+ but wraps foxed. SACC & Spro-Cas. Jhb 1972. £8.00
#8050 Woodward, Calvin A. UNDERSTANDING REVOLUTION IN SOUTH AFRICA. The first part is a primer on revolutionary and counter- revolutionary strategies, the second looks at these in the context of South Africa and the effectiveness of these strategies. Bibliography. 70pp p/b. G+, wraps fox. Juta. Cape Town 1983. £15.00
#8054 Wright, Harrison. THE BURDEN OF THE PRESENT. Liberal-Radical Controversy Over Southern African History. vi + 137pp p/b. Name inscrip. inside f.wrap. G. David Phillip. Cape Town 1977. £4.00


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#8251 Brandt, P.A. & Leue, J.A.E. GUTSCHE-BRANDT SCHULWORTEBUCH. Deutsch - Afrikaans, Afrikaans - Deutsche. 3. Verbesserte Auflage. Neu Bearbeitet Von Brandt Und Leue. 424pp. Spine sl.fad. but cont. VG. Van Schaik. Pretoria 1968. £10.00
#8259 Coetzee, Capt. J.J. HANDBOOK ON UNION STATUTE LAWS AND SPECIMEN INDICTMENTS For Guidance Of Members Of The South African Police. Author was Divisional Criminal Investigation Officer, Transvaal Division. 917pp. Nice and clean, except for split at top of spine, G-VG. (SAP). np. nd. (1932). £35.00
#8162 Europa. AFRICA SOUTH OF THE SAHARA 1976-77. An encyclopaedic reference to the organisations and countries of the subcontinent. xxvi + 1149pp. sm.4to. Sl.wear to cnrs o/w VG no inscrip. Europa Publications Limited. London 1976 6th edn. £55.00
#8224 Femina. THE WOMEN'S DIRECTORY 1994-1995. A directory from Femina magazine listing, with brief biographical details, women leading in all fields of endeavor in South Africa, including academic, business, politics, professional, and more. Over 400 entries. 143pp p/b. illustrated photos of many entrants. indexed. VG. Femina / Old Mutual. £6.00
#8261 Hellman, Ellen, & Abrahams, Leah. (Eds). HANDBOOK ON RACE RELATIONS IN SOUTH AFRICA. The first handbook published by the SAIRR. xii + 778pp. Some neat ownership stamps. sm.faded areas by top & bott. spine and along top edge of r.bd. bott.cnrs bmpd. sol.damp marks to r.bd have stained inside d/w. Much nicer than it sounds and a nice tight & very clean copy, in browned d/w. OUP. London 1949. £45.00
#4517 International Labour Office. AFRICAN LABOUR SURVEY. Studies And Reports. New Series. No.58. xiv + 712pp. illustrated 20 + 38 tables inc. foldout chart at rear. No inscrip. top edge dusty, near fine in well-handled d/w. Geneva 1958. £35.00
#6587 Kilpin, Ernest F. THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE CIVIL SERVICE LIST 1910. Containing The Official Return Of The Civil And Military Establishments Of The Colony, Pension Lists, Acts & Regulations, Services And Duties Of Officers, Particulars Of The Government And Parliament, Local Boards And Courts, &c., Also The Civil Service Calender, 1910, Containing All Matters Connected With The Examination For Entry Into The Service, And The Civil Service Law Examinations. xliii + 456pp + vii advts. Bds well shaken & marked, fep missing, G only. Cape Times. Cape Town 1910. £30.00
#8154 Legum, Colin. AFRICA CONTEMPORARY RECORD. Annual Survey And Documents 1971-1972. Part One. Current Issues (articles by various contributors). Part Two. Country-by-Country Review (political, social, economic). Part Three. Documents (Official papers by governments and other organisations, in full). Fully documented with graphs, tables, maps, etc. i-xxiv, 364pp, xxv-liv (index). Name inscrip. f.pastedown, VG+ in G-VG d/w (rubbed, closed tears to bottom of spine). Rex Collings. London 1972. £65.00
#8229 Union of South Africa. PUBLIC SERVICE LIST. Containing Particulars Regarding Officers Of The Public Service As At June 1934. Includes names, date of appointment, salary, by department with index of names. 245pp stapled brown wraps. G. Government Printer. Pretoria 1934. £70.00


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#7873 Baker, Jill. BELOVED AFRICAN. Biography of John Hammond, one of Rhodesia's earliest and foremost educators. The story is told by his daughter, well known Rhodesian broadcaster, Jill Baker. xviii + 464pp. illustrated b/w photos. Mint. Covos-Day. Weltevreden Park 2000. £10.00
#7866 Cocks, Chris. SURVIVAL COURSE. Author, in this sequel to Fireforce, writes of his last 15 months before independence in 1980 in the Rhodesian bush war, in service with the Police Anti-Terrorist Unit (PATU) on the Eastern border. Part 2 deals with his subsequent attempts to integrate into civilian life in post-war Zimbabwe. 209pp. lg.p/b. illustrated photos. Mint. Covos-Day. Weltevreden Park 1999. £9.00
#7865 Craven, David. MAPOLISA. Some Reminiscences Of A Rhodesian Policeman. Author's career in the BSAP spanned 20 years from 1948. Capturing a colonial era as the winds of change were beginning to blow across Africa, a story well told of an ordinary policeman getting on with his job. 174pp. 8vo p/b. illustrated b/w photos. Mint. Covos-Day. Roodepoort 2000 rpt. £10.00
#7818 Huntly, Jeff. VELD SKETCHBOOK. A collection of 75 illustrated articles that originally appeared in The Rhodesia Herald during 1972-3. They were syndicated into SA papers including The Star. A miscellany of wildlife observations mainly in the Melsetter and Marandella districts of Rhodesia. Deftly illustrated by Author, his sketches will evoke strong memories of Africa in those of you exiled to foreign lands. 168pp. illustrated dwgs. sm.oblong 4to. VG-F no inscrip. in nice G+ d/w. Books of Rhodesia. Bulawayo 1974. £15.00
#7831 Paver, B.G. ZIMBABWE CAVALCADE. Rhodesia's Romance. Prehistory of Zimbabwe, early gold mining (Ophir?), Zimbabwe ruins etc. Bibliography. viii + 164pp. illustrated b/w photos. dwgs. indexed. G in worn d/w with loss. Cassell. London 1957 revised edn. £6.00
#7738 Randsford, Oliver. RHODESIAN TAPESTRY. A History In Needlework. 42 historical tapestry panels embroidered on linen by members of the Women's Institute of Rhodesia hang (?) in the Members dining Hall of the Houses of Parliament. Printed wraps. 95pp. illustrated col.photos. 210w x 130h. Wraps G, cont. lightly fox o/w VG. Books of Rhodesia. Bulawayo 1971.

If any recipient of this list can positively confirm whether the tapestries are or are not still located as described, I would like to hear from them.



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#7844 Claassen, Wynand. MORE THAN JUST RUGBY. Written with Daan Retief. Autobiography, covering the 1981 NZ tour, and many controversial issues. 318pp. illustrated col.b/w photos. Attractive appearance, _but_ d/w is covered with contact which is folded in onto the pastedowns, thus d/w is permanently attached to the book. Not as neatly executed as on #7881. Hans Strydom. Melville 1985.

Signed by Author on title page (No.105).

#7733 D'Oliviera, Basil., with Murphy, Patrick. TIME TO DECLARE. An Autobiography. x + 180pp p/b illustrated b/w photos. Large inscrip. ffep. feps & d/w foldins sl.fox o/w VG+. Bright d/w with front dibbed through, hence G+ only. Dent. London 1980 1st edn. £4.00
#7875 Greyvenstein, Chris. SPRINGBOK-SAGA. A Pictorial History From 1891. List of South African international rugby records from 1891 to 1980. 288pp. illustrated col.b/w photos. 4to. Sl.shelfwear, feps fox. hence VG+ in d/w. Cape Town 1981. £20.00
#7763 Heidenfeld, Wolfgang. LACKING THE MASTER TOUCH. Contains a collection of fifty games from the author's active chess career spanning forty years. Annotated. 115pp. portrait frontis tipped in. Eps sl.fox. G-VG in clean G d/w. SA Chessplayer. Cape Town Dec. 1970. £40.00
#7773 Locke, Bobby. BOBBY LOCKE ON GOLF. My Golfing Life / How I Play Golf / The Psychology Of golf / Courses & Players. 196pp. illustrated b/w photos. Sound but G only in tatty d/w with loss to top sp. Country Life. London 1953 1st edn. £8.00
#7781 Louw, Rob. with Cameron-Dow, John. FOR THE LOVE OF RUGBY. Rob Louw tells his inside story from schoolboy through to springbok rugby, New Zealand tests, and rugby league for Wigan. 255pp. illustrated b/w photo. Top cnrs. bmpd. o/w VG in d/w. Hans Strydom. Melville 1987 2nd edn. £8.00
#7834 Nortje, Cor. & Serfontein, Martin. SKAAK! Chessbook, in Afrikaans, introductory text. 148pp p/b. G. Perskor. Johannesburg 1980 4th edn. £3.00
#7850 O' Donnell, Paddy. SOUTH AFRICA'S WONDERFUL WORLD OF GOLF. Includes SA Open & SA Amateur statistics, list and details of clubs throuthout the country. Chapters on Locke, Player, Henning, & others. x + 189pp. illustrated b/w photos. Lg.inscrip. fep o/w VG+. Wear to head of spine on o/w a G-VG d/w. Don Nelson. Cape Town 1973. £10.00
#7803 Parker, A.C. THE LION TAMERS. The 1968 British Lions Rugby Team In South Africa. This famous tour analysed by the Cape Argus' rugby writer. Statistical summary. 215pp. illustrated b/w photos. Long inscrip. top ffep, G in G+ d/w. Howard Timmins. Cape Town 1968. £10.00
#7847 Partridge, Ted. A LIFE IN RUGBY. Biography of Danie Craven, for many years the King of SA rugby as head of the SARFU. 161pp. illustrated b/w photos. Fine in d/w. Southern. Halfway House 1991. £16.00
#3502 Schoeman, S. STRIKE! A Handbook Of Fishing In South African Coastal Waters. Illustrated by Karen Stromsoe. Good standard text on subject. 242pp. illustrated b/w photos. dwgs. maps. Bds. G-VG, ff sl.browned as usual, a nice clean copy with no d/w. Cape Town 1957. £20.00
#7881 Van der Byl, Vintcent. with Bishop, John. CRICKET IN THE SHADOWS. The story of SA cricket during the turbulent and difficult years following isolation from the international cricket community. 232pp. illustrated b/w photos. A very attractive appearance, as new, _but_ d/w covered in contact film which is folded down onto the pastedowns, hence the d/w is permanently attached to the book. Shuter & Shooter. Pietermaritzburg 1984. £10.00


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#7869 Axelson, Eric. VASCO DA GAMA. The Diary Of His Travels Through African Waters 1497-1499. Extensive introduction with Author's translation of the diary into English. Extensive notes, appendices, bibliography. 102pp. illustrated col.b/w. indexed. Mint. Stephan-Phillips. Somerset West 1998. £15.00
#5426 Blennerhasset, Rose. & Sleeman, Lucy. ADVENTURES IN MASHONALAND. By Two Hospital Nurses. Rhodesiana Reprint Library Gold Series Volume Eight. Facsimile Reproduction Of The (Macmillan) 1893 Edition with Additions And Illustrations. Three intrepid nurses set up a mission hospital in Mashonaland in 1891. They are commemorated in the Rhodesian National Tapestry, which forms the design on the d/w. Gilt on green cb. xii + 340pp. illustrated b/w photos. map. Bds. F but sello marks to pastedowns & eps, edges sl.fox, hence VG+. Sm.closed tear top front and wear at top of sp. on near VG d/w. Books of Rhodesia. Gold Series. Bulawayo 1969 £18.00
#7764 Krauss, Ferdinand. TRAVEL JOURNAL / CAPE TO ZULULAND. Observations By A Collector And Naturalist 1838-40. Translated & edited by Dr O.H. Spoor. Published for the Friends of the South African Library. Krauss left Cape Town in 1838 and travelled overland circuitously from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth, and thence by ship to Port Natal. He returned by sea to Cape Town in 1840. Bibliography. Also list of publications on South Africa by Krauss. Printed bds. 90pp. illustrated b/w, map. tall 8vo. indexed. Bds. F except sp. sl.fad. eps only fox. minor inscrip. hence VG o/a. Balkema. Cape Town 1973. £25.00
#7737 Meiring, Jane. THE TRUTH IN MASQUERADE. The Adventures Of Francois Le Vaillant. Bibliography. Gilt on cb. 242pp. illustrated sepia plates, maps. sm.4to. indexed. Some very light fox to eps & edges thus not quite Fine. D/w sp.sl.fad. & sl.worn at head, hence VG. Nice copy. Juta. Cape Town nd. circa mid-late 1960s.

Signed by Author on title page and inscribed on «-title thus:"Vi & Glen Harvey with good wishes".

#7742 Oates, C.G. (Ed). MATABELE LAND AND THE VICTORIA FALLS. From The Letters And Journals Of Frank Oates. Facsimile reprint of the 1881 edition originally published by Kegan Paul and inclusive of appendices. [A Naturalist's Wanderings In The Interior Of South Africa. From The Letters And Journals Of The Late Frank Oates]. Gilt & cold.dec cb. xiiii + 383pp. cold.frontis [portrait frontis] illustrated cold.plates, engravings, maps, etc. indexed. Some minor faults hence VG- in G d/w (fad. rubbed, ch. but no loss). The Pioneer Head. Salisbury 1971.

No.1402 of 1500.

#7816 Raven-Hart, Major R. BEFORE VAN RIEBEEK. Callers At South Africa From 1488 To 1652. 153 accounts collected from published and unpublished documents, translated and annotated by Author, many from the Cape Archives, The Hague, the India Office, together with further material taken from Dutch, German, Danish, French, Italian, & Portuguese travel narratives. Bibliography. 216pp. illustrated b/w plates. indexed. Except sello stains to feps, near VG in G-VG d/w. Struik. Cape Town 1967 1st edn. £20.00
#7810 Schoon, H.F. (Ed). THE DIARY OF ERASMUS SMIT. An edited translation of "Uit Het Dagboek Van Erasmus Smit" originally published in 1897. Trans. from the Dutch by W.G.A. Mears. The only contemporary account of the daily life of a party of frontiersman emigrating from the Cape Colony. They moved north of the Orange River thence travelling through to Pietermaritzburg. Entries start November 1836 and end January 1839. Erasmus Smit was the minister appointed to the party. Addenda on Erasmus Smit, the DRC and the Great trek, A.H. Potgieter and the Baralong, Piet Retief and Sekonyela. 186pp. portrait frontis, maps on eps. indexed. VG in G-VG d/w. Struik. Cape Town 1972. (1897) £12.00
#7829 Seabrook, William B. JUNGLE WAYS. Travels in French West Africa, Liberia, Ivory Coast, and inland to Timbuctoo. Author lived with the Guere cannibals on his travels. Orig. gilt on green cb. 316pp. illustrated 32 b/w photos. map. Ff browned & eps fox, nice clean bds. G. Harrap. London 1931 rpt. £10.00


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#7774 Cabral, Amilcar. REVOLUTION IN GUINEA. An African People's Struggle. Selected texts that show the reason for the success of his struggle against Portuguese colonialism and includes the major contributions to revolutionary theory that place him among the foremost revolutionary thinkers of out time. 142pp p/b. G+. Stage 1. London 1974 rpt. £7.00
#7775 Forsyth, Frederick. THE MAKING OF AN AFRICAN LEGEND: THE BIAFRA STORY. Originally written in 1969 this book roundly condemned the Nigerian attack on secessionist Biafra which proceeded with the tacit approval and assistance of the British government who supplied a tidal wave of arms to the Nigerian military. New epilogue. Forsyth was correspondent for the BBC in Biafra prior to becoming a succesfull novelist. 286pp p/b. G. Penguin 1977 revd. edn. £4.00


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#7739 Brain, Peter. SOUTH AFRICAN RADAR IN WORLD WAR II. Chapters by Sheilah Lloyd & F.J. Hewitt. A military unit known as the SSS (Special Signals Services) made and operated fixed radar sites around the coast of South Africa, in Kenya and Sinai, as well as airborne installations. Provides historical and technical details. 229pp p/b. illustrated b/w photos. Fine. SSS Radar Book. Claremont 1993. £15.00
#7871 Chalmers, Alan. BOMBARDMENT OF LADYSMITH ANTICIPATED. The Diary Of A Siege. Based upon the diary of George Maidment of the Royal Medical Corps, including his later posting to Bermuda in 1901. Bibliography, cold.map in rear pocket. xiv + 321pp. lg.p/b. illustrated b/w photos. indexed. Mint. Covos-Day. Weltevreden Park 2000. £10.00
#7868 Coetzer, Owen. FIRE IN THE SKY. The Destruction Of The Orange Free State 1889-1902. The story of the more than 27,000 Boer women and children who died during the Anglo-Boer war in concentration camps of deprivation and starvation whilst the British army burnt and laid waste to their farms. The legacy of this shocking policy was manifest in many ways over many years. Extensive appendices. xv + 338pp p/b. illustrated b/w photos. indexed. Mint. Covos-Day. Weltevreden Park 2000. £12.00
#7867 Flower-Smith, Malcolm. & Yorke, Edmund. MAFEKING! The Story Of A Siege. This analysis seeks to establish a more balanced view of Baden-Powell's conduct of the siege in view of the many critical accounts published since the late 1960s. xiv + 174pp. lg.p/b. illustrated b/w photos. Mint. Covos-Day. Weltevreden Park 2000. £10.00
#7870 Hall, Darrell. HALT! ACTION FRONT! With Colonel Long At Colenso. The story focuses on the three batteries of 4th Brigade Division, Royal Field Artillery, (7th, 14th, 66th). and the six `Long 12s' of the Royal Navy under the command of Col. Long. The Boer general, Louis Botha, scored a resounding victory in the battle of Colenso (15th Dec 1999) against the British forces under the command of Buller, sending shockwaves throughout the British Empire. Extensive appendices, bibliography. ii + 183pp. illustrated b/w photos. indexed. Mint in d/w. Covos-Day. Weltevreden Park 1999. £10.00
#7729 Izedinova, Sophia. A FEW MONTHS WITH THE BOERS. The War Reminiscences Of A Russian Nursing Sister. Tr. C. Moody. Extensive notes. Bibliography. iv + 254pp. illustrated b/w photos. indexed. Lg.inscrip. ffep. eps fox hence VG only in d/w. (St Petersburg 1903). Perskor. Johannesburg 1977 1st edn. thus. £35.00
#7725 Laband, J.P.C. & Thompson, P.S. FIELD GUIDE TO THE WAR IN NATAL AND THE DEFENCE OF NATAL 1879. Detailed maps and plans of forts, battle fields, and the general terrain, all researched in the field for accuracy. viii + 124pp. in cloth wraps. sm.4to. Linen wraps sl.soiled o/w VG. UNP. Pietermaritzburg 1983 2nd revd. edn. £12.00
#7853 Labande, J.P.C. & Thomson, P.S. FIELD GUIDE TO THE WAR IN ZULULAND AND THE DEFENCE OF NATAL, 1879. Original edition published marking the centenary. Detailed maps of areas, battlefields, forts, outlines of strategy and battles. Stiff wraps, 88pp p/b. illustrated maps. 4to. indexed. Well used, G. UNP. Pietermaritzburg 1979 corrected rpt. £8.00
#7883 McBride, Angus. THE ZULU WAR. Men At Arms Series. Outline text. Printed wraps. 40pp. lg.8vo p/b. illustrated col.b/w photos. dwgs. Good. Osprey. London 1976. £3.50
#7712 O'Niell, George. ENOUGH FOR SURVIVAL. Author was captured at Sidi Rezegh. This biographical account is mainly of his experiences as a POW. Red wraps. 124pp. illustrated b/w photos. VG. Grahamstown 1985.

Signed by Author.

#7745 Schikkerling R.W. COMMANDO COURAGEOUS. (A Boers Diary). `This is a diary I kept during the Boers' guerilla war with England'. 396pp. Photo. frontis. Sm.inscrip ffep, some fox & browning to eps, VG. Bright d/w fox inside, few marks, no tears or chips, sp. sl.fad. still VG. Hugh Keartland. Johannesburg 1964 1st edn. £22.00


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#7732 Jordan, John Alfred. MONGASO. Man Who Is Always Moving. The Story Of An African Hunter, John Alfred Jordan, As Told To John Prebble. One of the classic hunting titles and a great read. 248pp. illustrated b/w photos. line dwgs. G in P d/w (loss to rear, but front looks nice). Nicholas Kaye. London 1956. £12.00
#7815 Patterson, Gareth. CRY FOR THE LIONS. A Story Of The lions Of Mashatu Epitomising The Need For The Conservation Of The Lions Of All Africa. The game-ranger author tells of the lions in this reserve located in the N.E. Tuli block of Botswana. xvi + 192pp. illustrated col.photos. line dwgs. maps, etc. Heavy inscrip. f.pastedown, some sl.shelfwear, hence G-VG in d/w. Aftex. Texas 2nd edn 1989. (SA printing). £10.00


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