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Ethno-Botany

CUNNINGHAM, A.B. & MILTON, S.J. 1982. A survey of plant resource utilization by the Botswana basket industry in the CFDA, Ngamiland, Botswana. Veld Products Research, Gabarone, 27 pp.

CUNNINGHAM, A.B. 1985. The resource value of indigenous plants to rural people in a low agricultural potential area. Ph.D.
Thesis. University of Cape Town.

CUNNINGHAM, A.B. 1988. An investigation of the herbal medicine trade in Natal/KwaZulu. Final Report. Institute of Natural Resources, University of Natal.

DHAMIJA, J. 1981. Women and handcrafts: myth and reality. Seeds 4: 1-16

FELGATE W.S. 1965. An ecological study of the Tembe-Thonga People. Unpublished report on research work.

FELGATE W.S. 1982. The Tembe-Thonga of Natal and Mocambique: an ecological approach, edited and arranged by E.J. Krige. Durban, University of Natal, Department of African Studies. (Occasional publication)

FOX, F.W. & YOUNG, M.E. NORWOOD. 1982. Food from the Veld. Johannesburg and Cape Town, Delta Books (Pty) Limited.

HALL, M. 1984. Prehistoric farming in the Mfolozi and Hluhluwe valleys of South-east Africa: an archaeological botanical survey. J.Archaeol .Sci. 11(3):223-235

LEE, R.B. 1973. Mongongo: the ethnography of a major wild food resource. Ecol. Food Nutr. 2: 307-321.

LIENGME, C.A. 1981. Plants used by the Tsonga people of Gazankulu. Bothalia 13,3 and 4:501-518

LIENGME, C.A. 1983. A survey of ethno-botan1cal research in southern Africa. Bothalia 14: 621-629.

LIENGME, C.A. 1983a. A study of wood use for fuel and building in an area of Gazankulu. Bothalia 14(2): 245-257.

LIENGME, C.A. 1983b. Plants used by the Tsonga people of Gazankulu. Bothalia 13(3/4): 501-518

POOLEY, E.S. 1980. Some notes on the utilization of natural resources by the tribal people of Maputaland. In: Bruton, M.N. and Cooper, K.H. eds. Studies on the ecology of Maputaland. Grahamstown, Rhodes University. pp. 467-479.

PRESTON-WHYTE, E. 1983. Black women in the craft and curiotrade in KwaZulu and Natal. Human Sciences Research Council Report, Pretoria, South Africa.

QUIN, P.J. 1959. Foods and Feeding Habits of the Pedi. Johannesburg, Witwatersrand University Press.

WATT, J.M. & BREYER-BRANDWIJK, M.G. 1962. Medicinal and Poisonous Plants of Southern and Eastern Africa ed. 2. Livingstone. Edinburgh.



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