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Indilinga: African Journal of Indigenous Knowledge Systems

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Welcome to Indilinga: African Journal of Indigenous Knowledge Systems (IAJIKS). The name Indilinga: stands for the "circular orientation" of indigenous African communities which is exhibited in their material culture and behaviour. The journal has been motivated by the need for a dependable expression for critical and analytical writing on issues related to production, dissemination and recognition of Indigenous Knowledge Systems. IAJIKS represents a variety of cross disciplinary interests in ethno-methodology and in qualitative methods. Debates on methodology, epistemology, ethics, gender, education, science and technology, arts, food systems and social-cultural issues are invited.

Abstracts can also be viewed at http://www.indilinga.org.za


Vol 17, No 2 (2018)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Foreword: African indigenous knowledge systems and development
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Queeneth Mkabela
Elimination by substitution: magnifying the importance of self through personal name choice
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Evangeline Bonisiwe Zungu, Sylvia Phiwani Zulu 141-153
Addressing the digital literacy gap in the use of information and communication technologies in the dissemination of indigenous knowledge: a rural community experience
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Alfred John Mwanza, Jacob Maisha Molepo, Nomalungelo Goduka 154-166
Management of indigenous human health knowledge in Tanzania: practitioners’ views
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John Jackson Iwata, Ruth Hoskins 167-188
Vocational training programmes and transformation of women’s lives through Re mmogo method
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Gladys Kedibone Mokwena 189-201
Linking life orientation and indigenous knowledge education in South Africa: lessons learnt from literature
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Tonderai Manyau, Annelize Cronje, Mamolahluwa Amelia Mokoena 202-218
Exploring the use of African traditional medicines and rituals in South African professional football
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Crosby Mulungwa, Louis J. Holtzhausen, Gina Joubert, Nathaniel Mofolo 219-233
Indigenising knowledge in intervening for the excluded children
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Magano Meahabo Dinah 234-244
The use of ubuntu pedagogy to facilitate academic support in a higher education classroom
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Nomalungelo Isabel Ngubane, Mzuyabonga Gumede 245-258
Core content of indigenous training of traditional health practitioners in KwaZulu-Natal: a case of Ogobela
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Nompumelelo Mbatha, Mlungisi Ngcobo, Nceba Gqaleni, Exnevia Gomo 259-278


ISSN: 1683-0296
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