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Prof. Mbongeni Malaba, Prof. Ruth Hoskins, Ms Colleen Vietzen and Prof. Bernth Lindfors with the picture of Chinua Achebe – donated by the National Museum of African Art, Smithsonian Institution
Mr James Currey
Prof. Mbongeni Malaba and Prof. Bernth Lindfors
Chibundu Onuzo and Prof. Ruth Hoskins
Dr Michael Wessels with the French International Delegation
Prof. Ruth Hoskins with the 17th Time of the Writer delegates and the books they donated to the Centre for African literary Studies. From left: Zukiswa Wanner (South Africa), Praba Moodley (South Africa) and Satyajit Sarna (India)
Visit by the 17th Time of the Writer

About CALS

Bibliographer Hans Zell describes it as a rare and quite unique collection, unparalleled in the world.
15 000 books, journals and rare tape and video material

The CALS Library is available to staff and students of the University, international researchers and visitors, postgraduate and undergraduate students from other South African tertiary institutions, scholars and members of the general public.

Situated on the Pietermaritzburg Campus of the University of KwaZulu -Natal

Staff Members

Nazim Gani
(Senior Librarian)

gani@ukzn.ac.za
House 3 and House 9, Milner Road
033 260 5926 / 6142

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