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Acuda, S.W. (1984) Epidemiological study of drug use in urban and rural secondary schools in Zimbabwe.

Ascough, W. J. (1984) Appropriate technology for development in the third world. UNSPECIFIED.


Babarinde, Kola (1984) Can Schools Teach Democracy?

Bratton, Michael (1984) Draft Power, Draft Exchange And Farmer Organizations. UNSPECIFIED.


Child, Brian (1984) An improved maize marketing system for Zimbabwe. UNSPECIFIED.


Eicher, Carl K (1984) International Technology Transfer And The African Farmer: Theory And Practice. UNSPECIFIED.


Fortune, George (1984) Shona Grammatical Constructions Volume II. UNSPECIFIED.


Jourdan, Paul (1984) The Effects Of World Recession And Crisis Upon Mining In The SADCC. UNSPECIFIED.


Mashingaidze, I.C. (1984) The Concept of a Region in Geography.

Manyara, A„S (1984) The Changes That Have Occurred In Industrial Development Strategy In The.U.S.S.R. Over The Past Sixty Years.

Marshall, Roy (1984) The Imperative of Educational Co-Operation: the Time for Action: a University Public Lecture Delivered on the Eve of the Conferment of the Degree of Doctor of Laws Honoris Causa on the Prime Minister of the Republic of Zimbabwe on 1 June 1984. UNSPECIFIED.


Nyaruwata, S. (1984) Eastern Highlands Tea Estates: A Case Study Of The Historical Development of A Tea Estate.


Rukuni, Prof. Mandivamba (1984) Organisation And Management Of Small-Holder Irrigation In Zimbabwe: An Overview. UNSPECIFIED.


Seke, A. (1984) Selected aims in teaching Geography at the Junior Secondary Level in Zimbabwe.


Teedon, P.L. (1984) Housing Problems and Self-Help Solutions in the Third World.

Teedon, P.L. (1984) Housing Problems And Self-help Solutions In The Third World.


Welshman, Ncube (1984) The decision in Katekwe V Muchabaiwa: A critique*.

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