How do we ensure access to English in a post-apartheid Southern Africa?: proceedings of the English Academy of Southern Africa Conference held at the University of Cape Town, 1-3 July 1992
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The Academy and the winds of change N Manganyi
Conquering the tower of standard mythologies Lydia McDermott
The language politics of proper r Elwyn Jenkins
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