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I have lost a library book, what should I do?

I would also like to clear any fines on the book.
Last Updated: Nov 06, 2013  |  24 Views

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You will need to contact the User Access Services Librarian in person, or via email or telephone:

(E-mail: Tel +27-046-603-8463

and inform him/her that you have lost the book. The library will provide a quotation for the replacement of the book.  You will be given a quote which will include the current price of the book, a R50.00 handling fee and the fine.  It is also possible for you to buy the book (same edition) and give it to the library as a replacement. 


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