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This text provides an account of South Africa's treaty-making practices. The author supports the idea that ""the history of South Africa's treaties is a history of South Africa itself"", and this book looks at how treaties made in South Africa from 1806 to 1996 have helped to shape of the country. Part one covers treaty-making in the colonies, the Boer republics, the development of the South African treaty-making powers from 1910-1998, and a selection of treaties which show international relations from 1919-1998, while part two provides a chronological listing of treaties.