The Anglo-Boer Wars: The British and the Afrikaners by Michael Barthorp

By Michael Barthorp

Hardcover e-book with dirt jacket, now not depicted, is an heritage of the Boer Wars. Many illustrations. writer is Michael Barthorp.

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15. midwives, teachers, social workers, typists and telephonists). African women were found, much more frequently than Europeans, to be in the lowest-paid, lower-ranking sectors of work. ) These figures are not sufficiently recent to indicate much in detail about the postIndependence period. However, there have been some changes, most notably the opening-up of white-collar positions to African women. But such shifts are unlikely to have greatly altered the social composition of the Zimbabwean working class.

Morton-Williams, 'An Outline of the Cosmology and Cult Organisation of the Oyo Yoruba', Africa, vol. 34 no. 3 (1964); K. Barber, 'How Man Makes God in West Africa: Yoruba Attitudes Towards the Orisa', Africa, vol. 51 no. 3 (1981) pp. 72~5; Francis Speed and Peggy Harper, Gelede: A Yoruba Masquerade (Institute of African Studies film, University of Ibadan, 1968). 9. A. B. Fafunwa, History of Education in Nigeria (London: Allen & Unwin, 1974); Bolanle Awe, 'Formal Education and the Status of Nigerian Women', in A.

Barber, 'How Man Makes God in West Africa: Yoruba Attitudes Towards the Orisa', Africa, vol. 51 no. 3 (1981) pp. 72~5; Francis Speed and Peggy Harper, Gelede: A Yoruba Masquerade (Institute of African Studies film, University of Ibadan, 1968). 9. A. B. Fafunwa, History of Education in Nigeria (London: Allen & Unwin, 1974); Bolanle Awe, 'Formal Education and the Status of Nigerian Women', in A. Ogunsheye, K. Awosika, Carolyne Dennis and C. M. DiDomenico (eds), Nigerian Women and Development (Ibadan, 1982) pp.

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