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TitleDateReferenceAuthorsCall #ISSN
The origins of Tshivenda: an archaeological challenge to historical linguistics 2022 Southern African humanities 35 (): 1-30
  • Thomas N. Huffman
H6/KY [NATAL-] 1681-5564
Language, resistance and multilingualism in postcolonial Zimbabwe: the Kalanga and their struggle for recognition 2020 Journal of southern African studies 46 (6): 1183-201
  • Thembani Dube
H6/KY [JOURNAL-] 1465-3893
Ikalanga 50 years on: a cross border language against tremendous odds 2016 Botswana notes and records 48 (1): 176-81
  • Joyce T. Mathangwane
*H6/KY [BOTSWANA-] 0525-5090
Understanding Mwali as traditional supreme deity of the Bakalanga of Botswana and western Zimbabwe: part one 2010 Botswana notes and records 42 (): 11-21
  • M.K. Rodewald
*H6/KY [BOTSWANA-] 0525-5090
Mwali in historical and regional context: part two 2010 Botswana notes and records 42 (): 22-30
  • M.K. Rodewald
*H6/KY [BOTSWANA-] 0525-5090
Bakalanga traditional music: some cultural insights 2010 Botswana notes and records 41 (): 83-94
  • Joyce T. Mathangwane
*H6/KY [BOTSWANA-] 0525-5090
Developing the Rozvi archaeological identity in southwestern Zimbabwe 2008 Zimbabwean prehistory (28): 21-31
  • Lesley Machiridza
*H6/KE [ZIMBABWEAN-]
On reason and Afro-pessimism 2008 Africa 78 (4): 603-10
  • Patrick Chabal
H6/KY [AFRICA-] 0001-9720
Ethnicity, not class? The 1929 Bulawayo faction fights reconsidered 2006 Journal of southern African studies 32 (3): 429-47
  • Enocent Msindo
H6/KY [JOURNAL-] 0305-7070
Language and ethnicity in Matabeleland: Ndebele-Kalanga relations in southern Zimbabwe, 1930-1960 2005 International journal of African historical studies 38 (1): 79-103
  • Enocent Msindo
*H6/KY [INTERNATIONAL-] 0361-7882
Cosmopolitan ethnicity, entrepreneurship and the nation: minority elites in Botswana 2002 Journal of southern African studies 28 (4): 731-53
  • Richard Werbner
0305-7070
Finding meaning in the text: the process of interpretation in text-based divination 2001 Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (New Series) 7 (2): 225-40
  • David Zeitlyn
HI [JOURNAL-] 1359-0987
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