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Over the past few years I have acquired Zimbabwe land reform policy documents from during my research trips to Harare.

To Whom It May Concern,Over the past few years I have acquired Zimbabwe land reform policy documents from during my research trips to Harare. These government documents are not available online and have proven themselves difficult to come by. I am writing to ask if the library would like to make copies of these documents so that they could be available to other students. If so, I am happy to make an appointment for either 20 or 21 January (I am travelling until then...) so I can come by and someone can make hard copies or scan them.Best,Bryan US ID 16390253
Last Updated: Jan 17, 2014  |  5 Views
 
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The documents will have to be donated to us before we will consider digitising the collection. Also we would like to inquire as to the nature of the collection, because our focus is on primary heritage material.

You are thus more than welcome to contact your Faculty Librarian Marleen van Wyk and schedule an appointment for 20 January to discuss the possibilty to digitise the collection. Her email address is mmvw@sun.ac.za.

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