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South African Journal of African Languages

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The South African Journal of African Languages is a peer-reviewed research journal devoted to the advancement of African (Bantu) and Khoe-San languages and literatures. Papers, book reviews and polemic contributions of a scientific nature in any of the core areas of linguistics, both theoretical (e.g. syntax, phonology, semantics) and applied (e.g. sociolinguistic topics, language teaching, language policy), and literature, based on original research in the context of the African languages are welcome. The journal is the official mouthpiece of the African Language Association of Southern Africa (ALASA), established in 1979.

Vol 37, No 2 (2017)

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Articles

Linguistic inequality in Cameroon: The case of advertising in Douala EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Paul Nepapleh Nkamta, Themba Lancelot Ngwenya 137-147
Tense and aspect of performatives in isiXhosa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Alexander Andrason, Mawande Dlali 149-161
Tense marking in copulatives with particular reference to isiZulu EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Lionel Posthumus 163-172
Hiatus resolution and /mu/ prefix reduction in iKalanga EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Maxwell Kadenge, Andy Monthusi Chebanne 173-186
Some issues regarding the standardisation of the terminative vowel in Xitsonga EMAIL FULL TEXT
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X.E. Mabaso 187-194
Tlhalošontši ya mongwalo: Go ngwala seo se sa tšweletšego molaetša ka tshwanelo EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Sekgaila Chokoe 195-201
Implementing constitutional language provisions through the Indigenous Language Publishing Programme EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Jana Möller, Beth le Roux 203-209
Language management and devolved governance in Kenya EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Munene Mwaniki 211-223
IsiZulu as a vehicle towards teaching and conducting research in higher education: challenges and prospects EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Zinhle P. Nkosi 225-233
Euphemism vs explicitness: A corpus-based analysis of translated taboo words from English to Zimbabwean Ndebele EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Ketiwe Ndhlovu, Rudolph Botha 235-243
Gender sensitivity in Isichazamazwi sesiNdebele EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Sanelisiwe Sayi 245-250
Tangomas’ language: Orality and ritual discourse in Bakossi traditional medical practice EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Enongene Mirabeau Sone 251-261
Book Review: Inkululeko Isentabeni EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Philasande Mfaba 263-266
Book Review: Inhlamvu Yelanga EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Bhekinkosi Ntuli 267-271


ISSN: 0257-2117
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