Sources of rural homestead income in central Swaziland
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Published by University of Swaziland, Social Science Research Unit, Rural Development Research Project in [Kwaluseni, Swaziland] .
Written in English



  • Swaziland


  • Income -- Swaziland -- Statistics.,
  • Households -- Swaziland -- Statistics.,
  • Swaziland -- Rural conditions.

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Edition Notes

Cover title: Rural homestead income in central Swaziland.

Other titlesRural homestead income in central Swaziland.
Statementby Margo Russell and Makhosazana Ntshingila.
SeriesResearch paper / University of Swaziland, Social Science Research Unit ;, no. 13 (1984, Research paper (University of Swaziland. Social Science Research Unit) ;, 13.
ContributionsNtshingila, Makhosazana.
LC ClassificationsHC925.Z9 I518 1984
The Physical Object
Pagination61 p. :
Number of Pages61
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2635021M
LC Control Number85208173

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