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Alternation Special Edition No 13 (2014) African Languages in South Africa’s Dispensation of Freedom and Democracy

ARTICLES

  • Nobuhle Ndimande-Hlongwa, Nhlanhla Mkhize and Gregory Kamwendo   Editorial: African Languages in South Africa’s Dispensation of Freedom and Democracy | PDF
  • Russell H. Kaschula and Pamela Maseko   The Intellectualisation of African Languages, Multilingualism and Education: A Research-based Approach | PDF
  • Sandiso Ngcobo   Written Mixed Language Variety in Multilingual South African Media: Intellectualisation of African Languages (isiZulu) | PDF
  • Sisonke Mawonga, Pamela Maseko and Dion Nkomo   The Centrality of Translation in the Development of African Languages for Use in South African Higher Education Institutions: A Case Study of a Political Science English - isiXhosa Glossary in a South African University  PDF
  • Nobuhle Ndimande-Hlongwa   Ukufunda Nokufundiswa Kwezilimi Zomdabu Zase – Afrika Ezikhungweni Zemfundo Ephakeme ENingizimu Afrika: Izingqinamba Namathuba Okusetshenziswa Kwezilimi Emikhakheni Eyahlukene  | PDF
  • Hloniphani Ndebele   Promoting Indigenous African Languages Through Information and Communication Technology Localisation: A Language Management Approach | PDF
  • Nhlanhla Mkhize, Nolwandle Dumisa and Ethel Chitindingu   Democratising Access and Success: IsiZulu Terminology Development and Bilingual Instruction in Psychology at the University of kwaZulu-Natal | PDF
  • Tholani Hlongwa, Nokukhanya Ngcobo, Bonakele Mhlongo and Sibusiso Ntuli   IsiZulu as Conduit for Accessing Education: Students becoming Partners in Knowledge Discovery  | PDF
  • Phephani Gumbi   Ubuliminingi esiFundazweni saseFreyistata: Okwenzeka ezindlini zokufundela eNyuvesi yaseFreyistata | PDF
  • Thabisile Buthelezi, Bonakele Mhlongo and Tholani Hlongwa   IsiZulu Metaphor as a Vehicle for Terminology Extensions in isiZulu Academic Language: Lessons Learnt in Postgraduate Language and Media Education Modules at a South African University  | PDF
  • Vuyokazi Nomlomo   Reflections on the Use of an African Language in Science Teaching and Learning in the Intermediate Phase: A Case Study in two Western Cape Primary Schools  | PDF
  • Thabile Mbatha   Teaching Literacy in Linguistically Diverse Foundation Phase Classrooms in the Mother Tongue: Implications for Teacher Education  | PDF
  • Nompumelelo Zondi   Correlation between Student Performance and Medium of Instruction: A Self-Reflexive Perspective  | PDF
  • Nokukhanya Ngcobo, Zinhle Nkosi, Thabisile Buthelezi and Sibusiso Ntuli   The Use of a Situational Approach in Teaching isiZulu Language to Non-mother Tongue Speakers  | PDF
  • Zinhle Primrose Nkosi   Le Mpi Akuyona Eyamagwala: IsiZulu Njengolimi Lokufundisa Nokucwaninga ENyuvesi YaKwaZulu-Natali  | PDF
  • Aldin Mutembei   African Languages as a Gateway to Sustainable Development, Democracy and Freedom: The Example of Swahili | PDF
  • Nakanjani Sibiya   Inkululeko Yokukhuluma Kwabamaphephandaba: Ukuhlaziywa Kwezingosi Zomgosi Ephephandabeni Isolezwe LangeSonto nasephephandabeni Ilanga LangeSonto  | PDF
  • Gregory Kamwendo   Language, Freedom of Expression and Access to Information: Digging Deep into the 2013 John Dube Memorial Lecture  | PDF
  • Nobuhle Ndimande-Hlongwa and Leonce Rushubirwa   Gender Inequality and Language Reflections in African Indigenous Languages: Comparative Cases from IsiZulu and Kiswahili  | PDF
  • Evangeline Bonisiwe Zungu   Retaliatory Rights in the Naming of Children in a Zulu Family: A Narrative Analysis | PDF

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