Paiki Muswazi

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The presentation explores the evolution of the SNB, noting its roots in (i) international resolutions on national bibliographies, and (ii) legislation bestowing legal depository status on the University of Swaziland Libraries (UNISWA) and the Swaziland National Library Service (SNLS). It is observed that since publication of the first issue in 1977,(More)
The realities of finance, staffing, resources and policies and procedures in the University of Swazi-land library system have led to students of the Institute of Distance Education being treated as second-class citizens. INTRODUCTION The Kingdom of Swaziland has a land area of 17,364 square kilometres and a population of just over one million. It is(More)
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