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South African Journal of African Languages - Vol 39, No 2 (2019)

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Table of Contents

Articles

The sociology of language choice and multilingualism in Zimbabwe: Reflections on language choices by front office personnel in formal workplace discourse EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Jubilee Chikasha 111-118
Celebrating traditional medical practice in the Shona novel Ndoitawo Zvakaita Vamwe EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Willie Chigidi, Tyanai Charamba 119-125
Life-affirmation in Chirikure Chirikure’s ‘Europe Vakomana!’ and Greater Mhondera’s ‘Usatye Kani Africa!’ EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Charles Tembo, Dave Mutasa 126-134
Ubunkondlo ezihlabelelweni zamaNazaretha EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Melusi Ernest Msomi 135-145
Patriarchal attitudes in two selected isiXhosa literary texts EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Zoliswa Made 146-152
‘A grass widow’s gendered narrative’: Renegotiating identities in Lauretta Ngcobo’s The prodigal daughter EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Evangeline Bonisiwe Zungu 153-158
Totemism: A symbolic representation of a clan with specific reference to the Basotho ba Leboa – An ethnographical approach EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Mokgale Makgopa 159-164
A constitutional language name, lost in translation and its impact on the identity of the first language speakers EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Tebogo Jacob Rakgogo, Linda van Huyssteen 165-174
New-born baby naming practices of the Vhavenḓa: A sociolinguistic analysis perspective EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Mutshinyani Mercy Mahwasane, Thambatshira Johannes Tshifaro 175-184
African Wordnet as a tool to identify semantic relatedness and semantic similarity EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Stanley Madonsela 185-190
/mu/ and mu-reduction in Nyakyusa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Bastian Persohn 191-203
IsiZulu as an indigenous African language, and technology in the basic education sector in KwaZulu-Natal EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Phephani Gumbi 204-210
Ulimi oluyizingathekiso olutholakala ezithakazelweni zesiZulu EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Celani Lucky Zwane 211-221


ISSN: 2305-1159
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