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See Republic of South Africa, Department of Information 1973 to 1979b.
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See “Mitchells Plain, a New Era of Mass Housing. Special Report Supplement.” 1978. The Financial Mail, 5 May 1978.
Information Service 1979
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Mitchells Plain 1980
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