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SYNOPSIS The copulative construction in Bantu presents many puzzling and unusual features to the European student. Much of the obscurity which surrounds the construction is a result of the efforts of earlier grammarians to force it into the same pattern as the common type of construction in...
Maclean's Compendium of Kafir Laws and Customs, first published in 1858, represents the earliest attempt made in South Africa to record Native law. Colonel Maclean, who was chief commissioner of British Kaffra-ria, was assisted by experienced administrators and missionaries whose notes and...
Survey of African Marriage and Family Life. Edited by Arthur Phillips. (Oxford University Press, London: 1953) xli 462 pp., 45/‐.
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