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African Books Collective

« The Best of African Publishing from a Single Source of Supply. African Books Collective, founded, owned and governed by African publishers, seeks to strengthen indigenous African publishing through collective action and to increase the visibility and accessibility of the wealth of African scholarship and culture. »

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A Perseverança

  6/08 | by Raymond Antrobus

Shades of Black

  6/08 | by Edward Dzonze

Não vás tão docilmente

  6/08 | by Futhi Ntshingila

The Reunion

29/07 | by Kekelwa Nyaywa

The day and the dweller

29/07 | by Jonathan Thompson

Pressed Flowers : Poems of Resistance

29/07 | by John Eppel

Parks and Recreation

29/07 | by Abigail George

Mtumwi Paulo ndi Udindo wa Amayi Mumpingo

29/07 | by Janet Kholowa, Klaus Fiedler

Christianity in Malawi

29/07 | A Source Book - by Kenneth R. Ross

Pa Chiyambi Anawalenga Chimodzimodzi

29/07 | by Janet Kholowa, Klaus Fiedler

Moyo ndi Utumiki wa Mbusa ndi Mayi Muocha a Mpingo wa Providence Industrial (...)

29/07 | by Patrick Makondesa

Church, Law and Political Transition in Malawi 1992-1994

29/07 | edited by Matembo S. Nzunda, Kenneth R. Ross

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Ghana’s retrogressive Public University Bill

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