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Top 20 South African Books 1994–2014

Posted at 8:09AM Wednesday 12 Mar 2014

The Library and Information Association of South African (LIASA) has announced its Librarians Choice list of the Top 20 South African Books published for the first time from 1994 to 2014. The list is in keeping with the association's theme for 2014: "Celebrating libraries in 20 years of democracy".

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