Cambridge 11: Ngiyadela Ngobuntu! by Mbuyiseni Fana Mdlalose
  

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Cambridge 11: Ngiyadela Ngobuntu! by Mbuyiseni Fana Mdlalose

Cambridge Eleven is a growing series of original literature written principally for 13 to 17 year-old readers. Titles are only published in the language they were originally written in. Cambridge Eleven accordingly refers to the eleven official languages of South Africa, and not the number of titles in the series. All titles in the series are NCS (New Curriculum Statement) compliant, and contain features such as a contents page, a synopsis of the book, a short biography of the author, a detailed glossary and relevant revision questions with model answers.

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Paperback
128 pages

Author

Mbuyiseni Fana Mdlalose
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Publication date

7th October 2009

ISBN

9780521137751


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