4 edition of bibliography of African law, with special reference to Rhodesia found in the catalog.
bibliography of African law, with special reference to Rhodesia
T. W. Bennett
|Statement||compiled by T. W. Bennett and Sally Phillips.|
|Series||Bibliographical series - University of Rhodesia, University Library ; no. 4|
|Contributions||Phillips, Sally, joint author.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxiv, 291 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||291|
|LC Control Number||77370858|
The Rhodesian Bush War—also called the Second Chimurenga and the Zimbabwe War of Liberation—was a civil conflict from July to December in the unrecognised country of Rhodesia (later Zimbabwe-Rhodesia). The conflict pitted three forces against one another: the Rhodesian white minority-led government of Ian Smith (later the Zimbabwe-Rhodesian government of Bishop Location: Rhodesia, Zambia, Mozambique. Although it appeared in Rhodesia and many envelopes were mailed from Rhodesia franked with the forgery, other sources like R. C. Smith's Rhodesia, a Postal History, Salisbury, states: A replica of the 2/6d stamp was printed, probably in the U.K. with the word "illegal" added before the word "Independence" and "Due" inserted after the word.
SWIFT, Charles R. & ASUNI, Tolani () Mental Health and Disease in Africa: with special reference to Africa South of the Sahara. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone. xiv + ISBN Child-rearing and problems of childhood and adolescence are discussed on pp. 2, , , , (with 43 references). Directory of publishers The full names and addresses of publishers whose titles are listed in this issue are provided below. Publishers'abbreviations are indicated in bold face. (An asterisk indicates a publisher whose titles appear for the first time, either in ABPR or in African Books in Print.) ABU Lib Ahmadu Bello University Library Zaria Kaduna State Nigeria CLE Editions CLE BP
This book provides a comprehensive and comparative examination of private international law in Commonwealth Africa. It offers an unrivalled breadth of coverage in its examination of the law in Botswana, the Gambia, Ghana, Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Namibia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and : Richard Frimpong Oppong. Full text of "ERIC ED Bibliography on Planned Social Change (with Special Reference to Rural Development and Educational Development). Volume II, Books and .
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UNIVERSITY OF RHODESIA PUBLICATIONS RhJ OLIVER, J. Introduction to Dairying in Rhodesia p. 1,00 Source Book of Parliamentary Elections and Referenda in Southern Rhodesia, A Bibliography of African Law with special reference to Rhodesia p.
5,00 CUBITT, V. and RIDDELL, R. A Bibliography of the Customary Laws of Kenya (with Special Reference to the Laws of Wrongs), 2 African Law Studies (). Expanded version in 6 East African Law Journal ().
Case Method Research in the Customary Laws of Wrongs in Kenya – Part I: Individual Case Analysis, 5 East African Law Journal (). Bibliography.
General Reference Works. Print references. African Abstracts, International African Institute (IAI), London, – Notes and Queries on Anthropology, Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, London, 6th edn, Fiches analytiques (Sciences humaines africanistes), Centre d’analyse et de recherche documentaires pour l’Afrique noire, Paris.
Bibliography: African Timelines The Heinemann Book of African Women’s Writing. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, "My book examines the development of African historiography in Europe, from the Renaissance to the s, with special emphasis on the ancient.
2 The bibliography of African law of slavery and evangelism. Seminal ‘movements’ in the development of African *print cultures include slavery, and the forces that opposed and finally achieved its abolition—Christian evangelism, and the mission-facilitated literacy it spread across broad swathes of the continent (see 9).The arrival of print and the book produced ambivalent results in zones of cultural.
Suburban Salisbury, Rhodesia 70p. 0,50 BENNETT, T. and PHiLLiPS, S. A Bibliography of African Law with special reference to Rhodesia. 5,00 CUBITT, V. and RiDDELL, R. The Urban Poverty Datum Line in Rhodesia p. 1, Morris, Richard B. Studies in the History of American Law: With Special Reference to the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries.
New York: Columbia University Press, Nelson, William E. Americanization of the Common Law: The Impact of Legal Change on Massachusetts Society, – Cambridge: Harvard University Press, ———. Barotse of* Northern Rhodesia, 23 University of Chicago Law Review Review: I.
Schapera, A Handbook of Tswana Law and Custom, 56 Man "Energy and the Evolution of Culture," 29 University of Min-nesota Medical Bulletin Review: T.O. Elais, The Nature of African Customary Law, 57 Man and 59 American Anthropologist. A Bibliography of the Customary Laws of Kenya (with Special Reference to the Laws of Wrongs) The Constitutional History and Law of Southern Rhodesia, – With Special Reference to.
Mendelssohn's South African Bibliography Any list of books about South Africa and its history would be incomplete without mentioning Sidney Mendelssohn. His page reference work, "Mendelssohn's South African Bibliography," was first published in It contained details of over 9, books beginning with early Portuguese publications and.
Johan 'Hans' Frederik Holleman (18 December – 28 August ) was a Dutch and South African professor, ethnologist, and legal scholar, best known for his research into the indigenous legal systems of Southern Africa.
During his life he published twenty books, including five works of fiction. He also published works using the pseudonyms 'Jacobus van der Blaeswindt' and 'Holmer Johanssen'.Alma mater: Stellenbosch University, University of Cape.
Special Issue Special Issue NOTES AND DOCUMENTS* March THE AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS OF SOUTH AFRICA: A BIBLIOGRAPHY by Alfred Kagan CNOTE: This bibiliography is published at the request of the Special Committee against Apartheid in observance of the 70th anniversary of the founding of the African National Congress of South Africa (ANC).
The 1st Battalion, Rhodesian Light Infantry (1RLI), commonly The Rhodesian Light Infantry (RLI), was a regiment formed in at Brady Barracks (Bulawayo, Southern Rhodesia) as a light infantry unit within the army of the Federation of Rhodesia and a year after its creation, it was relocated to Cranborne Barracks where its headquarters remained for the rest of its : Regular Army.
This paper falls into two main parts. In Part I an attempt is made to develop a simple framework which can be used for analyzing the role of sanctions, with special reference to international sanctions. 1 In Part II this framework is used to investigate the status of the United Nations as a sanctioning body and, in particular, the relationship between the UN and Southern Africa where Cited by: The main problems faced by Kaunda in the first decade of independence were uniting Zambia's diverse peoples, reducing European control of the economy, and coping with white-dominated Southern Rhodesia (which unilaterally declared its independence as Rhodesia in Nov., ).
This selective bibliography was designed to assist the scholars and diplomats who participated in the recent Law of the Sea Confer ence. It includes primarily recent books and articles dealing with scientific and technical advances, political and economic develop ments, and special problems scheduled for discussion at the confer ence.
Air Rhodesia Flight was a scheduled passenger flight that was shot down by the Zimbabwe People's Revolutionary Army (ZIPRA) on 3 Septemberduring the Rhodesian Bush aircraft involved, a Vickers Viscount named the Hunyani, was flying the last leg of Air Rhodesia's regular scheduled service from Victoria Falls to the capital Salisbury, via the resort town of origin: Victoria Falls, Rhodesia.
New York: North African Book Exchange, Autobiography. Flesh and the devil (with Said Musa). Burbank: Door of Kush, Nile river woman: the very first poems by Kola Boof (with Nafisa Goma). Aguanga: Door of Kush, Poetry. BORRELL (Zimbabwe) A Patch of sky. Arondale: Poetry Society of Rhodesia, Poetry.
The Ibo Law of Property. London, Butterworths. O’Connell, J. “The Withdrawal of the High God in West African Religion: An Essay in Interpretation”, Man Okala, J.B.C. Education and Cultural Dynamics with Particular Reference to an African Kingdom, Bibliography, Sources and References Note: The author regrets to note that not all assays in the site contain proper footnotes because in the initial stages of writing and publishing this site it was not intended to be a formal research project.Full text of "Bibliography of African anthropology, supplement to Source Book of African Anthropology, " See other formats.