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Monograph Series No. 264
A Unified Standard Orthography For Tjoao Languages; Angola; Botswana; Namibia; South Africa & Zimbabwe
Magredi Sibanda; Mhlanganiselwa Mpofu; Markson Ngcoli Sibanda; Msindo Best Moyo; Mthandazo Kuphe Vundla
Book Series No. 115
New Directions in Language and Literacy Education for Multilingual Classrooms in Africa
Leketi Makalela (ed); Birgit Brock-Utne; Samuel O Oyoo; Nasimu Semeon; Rose-Marie McCabe; Epimaque Niyibizi; Dominique Mwepu; Emmanuel Sibomani; Naomi Boakye; Vimbani Mbirimi
Monograph Series No. 262
Nithini Ngolwimi Iwethu? Challenges to the Promotion of Indigenous Languages in South Africa
Kwesi Kwaa Prah
Monograph Series No. 261
Kuchudzelana Kwetilwimi Eswatini
Gloria Baby Malambe; Vusi Musa Magongo
Occasional Paper No. 76
Applied History, Sekyi-ism and Contending Futures
Nana Kobina Nketsia V
Book Series No.114
Kudzidzisa Ruzhinji Rweafurika Nendimi Dzevatema
Kwesi Kwaa Prah
Book Series No.113
The Language of Instruction Question in Malawi
Lazarus Musazitame Miti (Ed)
Book Series No.112
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Umphandza Sichazamagama SesiSwati
Cynthia S. Hlophe, et al
Book Series No.111
Chilumbumazu cha Luvale
Henry Ndau
Monograph Series No. 260
Ufulu Ndi Sankho Vuto ya azimai mu Zambia
Naomi Njobvu
Occasional Paper No. 75
Siddi Sufism and Identity Politics in South Asia
Pashington Obeng
Book Series No. 108
South Sudan: The Crisis of Infancy
Peter Adwok Nyaba
Book Series No. 110
Africanism or Continentalism Mobilizing Global Africans, for Renaissance and Unity
Kwesi Kwaa Prah
Monograph Series No. 259
Ortografia Padrao Unificada Da Lingua ! Xun Ortografia Padrao Unificada Das Lingua Khoi E San (Africa do Sul, Angola, Botswana e Namibia)
Book Series No. 107
Tracings. Pan Africanism and the Challenges of Global African Unity
Kwesi Kwaa Prah
Book Series No. 106
A High Price For Freedom: Memoirs of Sipho Richard Shabalala
Sipho Richard Shabalala
Monograph Series No. 258
A Unified Standard Orthography for Cushitic Languages (Ethiopia, Somalia, Djibouti, Eritrea, Kenya & Tanzania)
Book Series No. 105
The 2011 Bofepusu Strike: A Story of the fight for Restoration of workers Purchasing Power.
Christian John Makgala & Ikanyeng Stonto Malila
Book Series No. 44
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The African Nation: The State of the Nation (Chinese Translation)
Kwesi Kwaa Prah
Monograph Series No. 257
This text presents the unified standard orthography for the Kenyan and Tanzanian Maa varieties of the Nilotic family.
Book Series No. 104
The Big Men Of Africa
Mairi J Blackings
Book Series No.103
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Derolok Acoli-Acoli
Aciro Grace Otto
Monograph Series No. 252
Girama Yoruba
Igue/Ige Akanni Mamoud
Book Series No. 98
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The Verbal System in a Dialect of Nubian
Abd al-Rahman Ayoub
Book Series No. 97
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A Grammar of the Fur Language
A.C Beaton
Book Series No. 96
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The Moro Language Grammar and Dictionary
Book Series No. 95
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Dinka Orthography
A.N. Tucker
Book Series No. 93
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The Murle Language Grammar and Vocabulary
R.E. Lyth
Occasional Paper No. 71
An Introduction to the Ideas of W.E.G Sekyi
D.E.K Amenumey
Monograph Series No. 251
Harmonizacao Ortografica Das Linguas Bantu De Angola
J. Pedro et al
Monograph Sreies No. 254
A Unified Standard Orthography for South-Central African Languages (Malawi, Mozambique, Zambia and Zimbabwe)
CASAS launched Book Series No..
CASAS launched Book Series No. 87, The Harmonization and Standardization of Kenyan Languages: Orthography and Other Aspects - Edited by Nathan Ogechi, Jane Oduor and Peter Iribemwangi, on the 11th June 2012 at the Fairview Hotel, Nairobi. This book launch was followed by a workshop on the harmonization of orthographies for the Kenyan language clusters (11th - 12th June 2012).
Unified Standard Orthographies for the Yoruba, Hausa, Igbo and Ijo Language Clusters


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