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Citing a book

No author

South African Tradition: Information Service of South Africa, South Africa: Van Schaik Pubishers, 1974. Print.

One author

Gordimer, Nadine. Beethoven Was One-Sixteenth Black.  South Africa: The Penguin Group,  2008. Print.

Editor in place of author

Coetzee, J.M., ed. African Pens: New writings from Southern Africa. South Africa: South Africa Spearhead Press, 2007. Print.

Two or three authors

Mill, Greg, and Williams David. Seven Battles that shaped South Africa. South Africa: Tafelberg Publishers, 2006. Print. 

Lemmer, E.M., C. Meier and J.N. Van Wyk. Multicultural Education: A manuel for the South African Teacher. South Africa: Van Schaik Publishers, 2011. Print.

More than three authors

Nel, P.S. et al. South African Employment Relations: Theory and Practice. South Africa: Van Schaik Publishers, 2011. Print.

Two or more books by the same author

Mda, Zakes. Black Diamond.  South Africa:  Penguin Books (SA) (Pty) Ltd, 2011.  Print.

---.Let us play. South Africa:  Vivlia Publishers, 2004.  Print.

Corporate author

South African Democracy Education Trust. The Road to Democracy in South Africa 1960-1970: v. 1. South Africa: Struik Publishers (Pty) Ltd, 2004. Print.

Edition other than the first

Visser, N. Handbook for writers of essays and theses.  2nd ed.  Cape Town: Maskew Miller Longman. 1992. Print.

Electronic book

Conrad, J. Heart of Darkness. Harmondsworth,  Penguin Publishers, 12 Nov. 2010. Web. 12 Dec. 2012. www.ibiblio.org/ebooks/conrad/heart_darkness.pdf 

Chapter in an edited book

Dornbrack, Jacqui.  “Let’s talk about it: teaching speaking skills.” Teaching language. Ed. Ana Ferreira. Gauteng: Macmillan, 2009. 118-132. Print.

Translated book

Nijsse, J. M. Initial instruction in the second language : an evaluation. Trans. M.S. Grobbelaar. Pretoria: Human Science Research Council. 1982. Print.

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