Oxford University Press Eastern Africa Oxford University Press Sixth Floor North Tower Electricity House Harambee Avenue PO Box 72532 Nairobi Kenya Telephone: Nairobi 336377 Cables: Oxonian Nairobi Trade Manager: Hassan Mohammed Managers: Addis Ababa: Tesfaye Daba Lusaka: Bright Halwindi Dar es Salaam: Anthony Theobald Number of staff: Number of books in print: General Manager: Roger ugh ton Managing Editor: Jonathan Kariara Sales Manager: Samuel Mwaura Number of books published 1974/75: 30 Agencies: Bodley Head Cape Chatto Faber Harrap Murray Nelson Routledge and Kegan Paul Sheldon Press The Eastern Africa office was established as a Branch in 1963, though there had been representatives based in Nairobi since 1952. After 1963 publishing offices were opened in Lusaka, Addis Ababa, and Dar es Salaam. The Branch covers Ethiopia, Somalia, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Zanzibar, Zambia, Mauritius, and the Seychelles. Stock is held in Kenya (970 titles), Uganda (100 titles), Zambia (250 titles) and Tanzania (175 titles). The Ethiopian office holds small quantities of about 65 titles on its own premises. About 80 per cent of turnover derives from books initiated and reprinted in the Branch and about 20 per cent sales of imported titles. The head office in Nairobi, covering mainly Kenya,
The African Book Publishing Record – de Gruyter
Published: Jan 1, 1976
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