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Botswana Notes and Records is an annual journal carrying articles on Botswana’s history, contemporary affairs, languages, folklore, archaeology, biological and natural sciences, and traditional culture, among other topics. It provides a forum for researchers and gives academics and lay persons with an interest in Botswana the opportunity to contribute their particular knowledge. Its “Notes” section often contains brief memoirs, biographies, anecdotes, photographs, and reminiscences of former government officials, public servants, commercial traders, civic workers, volunteers, and other contributors to Botswana’s development in the late colonial and post-colonial period. The majority of contributors are leading academics in their fields.
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