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Urban & Rural Development in Nigeria.

By: AJAEGBU, H.I.:

Price: £8.50

Publisher: London: Heinemann Educational Books. 1976.:

Seller ID: 18442


1st ed. "Firstly shows the processes and patterns of development as they are now. Secondly searches for strategies and planning models to serve as remedies to the problems of develpment". Pp 112. Some sketch maps,ink stamp to title page. P/b. 24.5 cms x 19 cms. Illustrated cover. G+. View more info

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"It's Like Holding the Key to Your Own Jail": Women in Namibia.

By: ALLISON, Caroline.

Price: £8.00

Publisher: Geneva: World Council of Churches, 1986. 2825408417:

Seller ID: 42322

ISBN: 2825408417


1st edition. "Attempts to provide a view of war and political repression experienced, endured and struggled against by women in Namibia." Pp.x/71, owner's name to half-title page. Paperback. VG. View more info

Battle for Africa.

By: ANDREW, Brother (with CONN, Charles Paul).:

Price: £3.00

Publisher: London: Marshall, Morgan & Scott. 1978.:

Seller ID: 18720


"Brother Andrew sees Africa as the front line in the battle against the forces of the Revolution......explains his strategies and how Christians in the free world can help". Pp 156. Toning to pages. P/b. Illustrated cover. G+. View more info

An African Transit.

By: BARON, Barclay.:

Price: £8.50

Publisher: London: Toc H. Inc, 1950.:

Seller ID: 13223


1st ed. "After much travelling in the realms of gold, Barclay Baron has sat down to give an account of his African Odyssey". Pp. 89, some b/w photos. P/b, minor creasing to spine. G+. View more info

Africa's Crisis and the Church in Britain. Foreword by Cardinal Basil Hume.

By: BISHOPS' CONFERENCE.:

Price: £5.00

Publisher: London: Incorporated Catholic Truth Society, 1987.:

Seller ID: 10109


1st ed. A Report prepared for the Bishops' Conference of England & Wales by an ad hoc committee under the Chairmanship of Bishop Anthony Hitchen. Pp. 138, + 1 map. P/b. Illustd. cover. VG. View more info

Whose Rubicon? Report of a visit to South Africa by Representatives of the British Churches.

By: BRITISH COUNCIL OF CHURCHES.:

Price: £5.00

Publisher: London: British Council of Churches, in assocn with The Catholic Institute for International Relations, 1986.:

Seller ID: 14248


"The report to the British Churches comprises the personal impressions and reaction of nine British Christians who were invited by the South African Council of Churches." Pp.90. P/b. VG. View more info

The Soul of an African Padre.

By: CALLAWAY, Rev. Godfrey.

Price: £15.00

Publisher: Cape Town: English Church Book Room, 1932.:

Seller ID: 43102


1st edition. "In these letters of an imaginary native priest, the Author speaks with the knowledge of forty years as a teacher, pastor, and friend of the Kafir people. On the burning question of the White Man's treatment of the Native he does not merely deplore what is unrighteous, but is able to point with hope to the better way." Pp.xii/160, very light spotting to endpapers but otherwise tight and clean. Blue paper wraps over stiff card boards, spotted with creasing to spine.G+. View more info

Namibia in the 1980s. A CIIR/BCC Position Paper.

By: CATHOLIC INSTITUTE FOR INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS.:

Price: £5.00

Publisher: London: CIIR, 1981.:

Seller ID: 21757


"The book is the first in a new series of studies to be published by CIIR under the title 'A Future for Namibia'. It is an up-to-date and concise analysis of the political and economic interests which have led to continuing conflict in Namibia. A wide range of experts in the history and political economy of the country, together with those of many Namibian Christians, provide an account of how the conflict arose, the position today, and where hopes for the future lie. Pp.84 with b/w map of Namibia. P/b with illustrated cover. G+. View more info

Africa is My Witness.

By: CREDO MUTWA, Vusamazulu.

Price: £120.00

Publisher: Johannesburg: Blue Crane Books, 1966.:

Seller ID: 45179


Collector's Edition, limited to 800 copies of which this is No.703. 25cms x 19cms x 2.5cms. Pp.x/344, small bookseller's label (Shuter & Shooter, Pietermaritzburg) to inside front board. Green half calf over green cloth boards with gilt trim, gilt title to spine. VG.** "Vusamazulu Credo Mutwa is a Zulu sangoma (traditional healer) from South Africa. He is known as an author of books on stories mixing traditional Zulu folklore, extraterrestrial encounters and his own personal encounters." (wiki). View more info

The Discarded People. An Account of African Resettlement in South Africa.

By: DESMOND, Cosmas.:

Price: £3.50

Publisher: Middllesex: Penguin Books, 1972.:

Seller ID: 12295


Rep. "An account of African Resettlement in South Africa." Pp.22/265, toning to pages, some b/w illustrations. P/b. G+. View more info

Nigeria and Her Neighbours. Book 2.

By: FAJANA, A.:

Price: £3.50

Publisher: Lagos: African Universities Press. 1964.:

Seller ID: 23342


1st ed. "A short history for schools". Pp 106, some b/w illustrations, pages toned, name to title page. P/b. Illustrated cover. G+. View more info

African Worlds.

By: FORDE, Daryll.:

Price: £12.00

Publisher: Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1976.:

Seller ID: 8824


8th imp. Studies in the Cosmological Ideas and Social Values of African Peoples. Pp. 18/243, 5 figs. P/b. Illustd. cover. VG. View more info

Up Against the Fences. Poverty, Passes and Privilege in South Africa.

By: GILIOMEE, Herman and SCHLEMMER, Lawrence.:

Price: £10.00

Publisher: Cape Town: David Philip, 1985.:

Seller ID: 28866


1st.ed. Provides "an in-depth analysis of the relationship between the highly developed heartland of South Africa and its underdeveloped rural areas, between affluent First World people and desperate Third World people in the same country." Pp.365, 3 sketch maps, slight toning to pages. P/b. G+. View more info

Fontana Dictionary of Africa Since 1960.

By: GRACE, John and LAFFIN, John.:

Price: £5.00

Publisher: London: Fontana Press, 1991.:

Seller ID: 30726


"...the most comprehensive guide to African political culture in the modern, post-colonial era yet to be published....There is a full chronological breakdown of evnets on the African continent year-by-year since 1960, and also a supplementary bibliography which pinpoints further sources." Pp.20/395. Pbk, minor scuffing to edges. VG. View more info

Tangled Thickets.

By: HACKING, H.

Price: £6.00

Publisher: London: The Churchmen's Missionary Society, nd.:

Seller ID: 39948


Church of England evangelism in East Africa. Pp.35, 12 black & white photos + folding map to end, owner's name to title page. Paperback, black & white photo of the Rev. Peter Cartwright to front, edge wear. G+. View more info

African Christianity. An essay in interpretation.

By: HASTINGS, Adrian.:

Price: £7.00

Publisher: London: Cassell & Collier Ltd, 1976.:

Seller ID: 14790


1st ed. "In this book Hastings brings his unique and compelling experience to bear on an overall analysis of contemporary christianity in Africa." Pp. 105. P/b. VG. View more info

A Fifth Gospel. In search of black Christian values.

By: HEALEY, Joseph G.:

Price: £5.00

Publisher: London: SCM, 1981.:

Seller ID: 10030


1st SCM ed. The story of a young Roman Catholic missionary's ten year stay in Africa during a time when Christianity has been experiencing a quite remarkable growth. Pp. 16/203, 14 b/w photos, + 1 map. Ex libris ink stamp to fep. P/b. Illustd. cover. VG. View more info

Africa's Hour and Other Speeches.

By: HOWARD, Peter.:

Price: £5.50

Publisher: London: Moral Re-Armament. 1968.:

Seller ID: 17850


1st ed. "Africa's Hour is the title of an address by Peter Howard to African diplomats, businessmen and students in London. It was chosen, because these speeches, made to varied audiences in many nations, were gathered together at the request of men and women in Africa". Pp 124. P/b. G+. View more info

African Pulse. Scenes from an African Hospital Window.

By: JARRETT-KERR, Martin.:

Price: £8.50

Publisher: London: The Faith Press, 1960.:

Seller ID: 15353


1st ed. "In it he describes the strange, amusing, horrifying and moving scenes he witnessed while ministering to the staff and patients of this huge hospital which serves a quarter of a million urbanized non-Whites." Pp. 127, 8 b/w illustrations, owner's bookplate to fep. Green cloth, gilt title to spine, illustrated d/w edges rubbed. G+/G+. View more info

Why O Lord? Psalms and Sermons from Namibia.

By: KAMEETA, Zephania.:

Price: £5.00

Publisher: Geneva: WCC, 1986.:

Seller ID: 28903


1st.ed. "The writings included here are born out of the reality of suffering and the longing for liberation. Their background is that of apartheid and the oppressive structures based on it. Their perspective is that of biblical faith which provides both the mandate and the courage to confront the structures of oppession." Pp.62. P/b. VG. View more info