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GENNET
Discussion list to facilitate discussion on gender-relations issues primarily, but not exclusively, in South Africa. To subscribe, send email to:
majordomo@und.ac.za
In the Message area put: subscribe gennet
H-SAfrica
"an international electronic discussion group dedicated to the promotion of all aspects of South and Southern Africa history and culture, and Southern African studies in general." The web site archives messages by category: fellowships, conferences, discussions arranged by author or thread (topic). The moderators are Peter Limb, Manelisi Genge and others. http://h-net.msu.edu/~safrica
SAIMMIG.CALS - Southern African Migration Discussion Group
Discussion email list started by Jonathan Klaaren, while at the Centre for Applied Legal Studies, Univ. of the Witwatersrand, on legal and policy issues related to Southern African migration/immigration. To subscribe send email to: listproc@demiurge.wn.apc.org
In the message area put: subscribe saimmig.cals
Or send email to: jonathan.klaaren@yale.edu
soc.culture.south-africa
Usenet discussion group on South Africa formed November 1994. No longer useful since taken over by spammers.
soc.culture.south-africa.afrikaans
Usenet discussion group for speakers of Afrikaans. The Afrikaans e-mail discussion group will be gatewayed to this newsgroup. Formed October 1995.
za Newsgroups
Clickable list of the za [South African] discussion groups. Your internet service provider needs to make these groups available on its news server for you to access them. Many universities provide access to the South African za hierarchy. http://www.newsville.com/news/groups/za.html



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