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s part of the Consortium for Advanced Research Training in Africa (CARTA)@10 celebrations, a Scientific conference took place, in a online video conferencing format at 03-04 December 2020 which brought together CARTA fellows and graduates to present and discuss their research in health systems and non-communicable diseases, ageing, sexual and reproductive health rights, infectious diseases, and immunization.
Lorena Nunez Carrasco see Lorena.NunezCarrasco@wits.ac.za
Senior Lecturer, History of Art, Heritage Studies & Contemporary Curatorial Practice Department in the Wits School of Arts, Wits University.
The Southern African Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies is the official publication of the Southern African Society for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (SASMARS) and is published annually
Kgobokanyo ya dibuka tsa Setswana di le 104. Go na le di le 53 tse di nang le bakwadi kgotsa bafetoledi ba ba umakilweng, le di le 51 tse di senang bakwadi. Dibuka tse di simolola go ya ka tatelano ya dinako le diphetolelo go akaretsa dibaebele, testamente e ntsha le e kgologolo, dibuka tsa difela, dibuka tsa merapelo, dibuka tsa bana, dibuka tsa thutapuo, dibuka tsa sekolo le dipadi. Di bontsha tlhabololo ya dipuo go tswa kwa dimišenareng go fitlhela ga jaana English:. A collection of 104 Setswana books. There are 53 with authors or translators mentioned and 51 without authors recorded. These books start chronologically with original translations include Bibles, New and Old testaments, hymn books, prayer books, children stories, grammar books, then move on to common readers, school books and novels. They show the development of the language from the missionary to the current era.