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Dads (Vimrod)

Lisa Swerling
Hardback, 32 pages
ISBN-13: 9780007242085
21 May 2007
Readership Age:
family & relationships / fatherhood
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Dad You Suck

Tim Dowling
Paperback, 240 pages
ISBN-13: 9780007527694
18 May 2017
Readership Age:
family & relationships / fatherhood
Price: R 253.95
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Dad You Suck

Tim Dowling
Paperback, 240 pages
ISBN-13: 9780007527717
17 May 2018
Readership Age:
family & relationships / fatherhood
Price: R 175.95
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Dad You Suck: And other things my children tell me

Tim Dowling
Downloadable audio file
ISBN-13: 9780007549887
18 May 2017
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family & relationships / fatherhood


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Sons on Fathers: A Book of Men's Writing

Ralph Keyes
Hardback
ISBN-13: 9780060168674
1 May 1992
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family & relationships / fatherhood


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Zimbabwe's predatory state: Party, military and business

Jabusile M. Shumba
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By the dawn of independence in 1980, Zimbabwe had one of the most structurally developed economies and state systems in Africa and was classified as a middle-income country.