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SUMMARY The Tlhaping may be described as a number of. politically independent but genealogically and culturally closely related tribes belonging to the Tswana cluster of the so‐called Sotho group of Bantu speaking peoples. Most of the Tlhaping inhabit the area known as British Bechuanaland, but...
The Case for African Freedom. By Joyce Cary. 1941. London : Secker & Warburg, 128 pp. 2s. South African Native Policy and the Liberal Spirit. By R. F. Alfred Hoernlé, Lovedale Press. for University of Cape Town, 1939. 190 pp. 5s. The Financial and Economic History of the African Tropical...
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