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    • Tribute to greatness.

    • Passing away of Prof. Z. K. Matthews;Funeral;Gaberones;United Nations;America;Botswana;South Africa
    • 'Tribute to greatness', article on the funeral of Prof. Matthews published in The World, 21 May 1968.
    • Z.K. - the man who showed the way.

    • Passing away of Prof. Z. K. Matthews;Botswana Ambassador to the United States;United Nations;University College of Fort Hare;Adams College;Yale University;London School of Economics;Bechuanaland;Commission on Higher Education for Africans in East...
    • Tribute to Prof. Z. K. Matthews after he passed away. Published in DRUM, June 1968, pp. 37-38.
    • A scholar turned politician : high tribute to Dr. Z. K. Matthews.

    • Prof. Z. K. Matthews;University College of Fort Hare;Adams College;University of South Africa;Yale University;Baralong of Basutoland;African studies;Politics;Native Representative Council;University College of Fort Hare;Honorary degree of Doctor of...
    • The public address to introduce Dr. Matthews to the Chancellor on occasion of the conferment of the degree of Doctor of Laws, honoris causa. Newspaper article. Dated 22 April 1961.
    • Letter from Prof. Z. K. Matthews to Sir Seretse Khama.

    • University College of Fort Hare;Bamangwato nation;Tshekedi Khama;Bechuanaland
    • Letter from Prof. Z. K. Matthews, in his capacity as Acting Principal of the University College of Fort Hare to Seretse Khama, to express sympathy and pay tribute to Tshekedi Khama on behalf of the council and the senate of the University College...
    • In memoriam : Z. K. Matthews

    • Passing away of Prof. Z. K. Matthews;Kimberley;Human affairs and relations;South African Native College of Fort Hare;Lovedale;University of South Africa;Adams College;Yale University;J. A. Luthuli;London School of Economics;Social...
    • Copy of a tribute to Prof. Z. K. Matthews by C. M. C. Ndamse at Umtata, sent to Mrs. F. Matthews. Dated 19 May 1968.
    • Letter from Prof. Z. K. Matthews to Mary Benson.

    • Tshekedi Khama;Death of Tshekedi Khama;Rev Michael Scott;Seretse Khama;Bamangwato nation;University College of Fort Hare;Bamangwato college;Lovedale college;Bechuanaland Protectorate
    • Letter from Prof. Z.K. Matthews to Mary Benson thanking her for the account of Tshekedi Khama's final hours. It is also a tribute to Tsheksdi Khama and a recollection of his life and deeds. Dated 30 June 1959.
    • Professor Matthews.

    • Botswana;United Nations;Persuit of moderation and tolerance;Fort Hare University College;Africa;African National Congress;Chief Albert Luthuli
    • A tribute to Prof. Matthews after he passed away in the United States. Article published in The Friend. Dated 14 May 1968.
    • Special supplement : Z. K. Matthews.

    • Passing away of Prof. Z. K. Matthews;University College of Fort Hare;Adams College;University of South Africa;Yale University;London School of Economics;Department of African Studies;Department of Bantu Education;Commission on Higher Education for...
    • Four people pay tribute to the life and person of Prof. Matthews in this special supplement published in S.A. Outlook, Vol. 98, No. 1166, July 1968, pp.109-114. Articles by A. Kerr, M. Wilson, M. G. Buthelezi and G. B. Molefe.
    • African Church's loss.

    • Church of Scotland Women's Foreign Mission;Mrs. Bokwe;South Africa;Lovedale;East Griqualand;Victoria Hospital;Bantu Presbyterian Church;Edinburgh University
    • A tribute to Mrs. Bokwe. Article published in the Edinburgh Evening News. Dated 25 January 1952.
    • Professor D. D. T. Jabavu of Fort Hare.

    • Professor D. D. T. Jabavu; Imvo Zabantsundu; Lovedale; Morija in Basotholand; London University; Birmingham University; Tuskegee; South African Native College; Bantu languages; Fort Hare Choir; Federation of African Teachers' Association;...
    • Tribute to professor D. D. T. Jabavu of Fort Hare after his passing away on 3 August 1959.

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