Digital footprint crucial for indigenous language preservation

“The work that is being done by SWiP is highly commendable. The key message of today’s meeting for me is the importance of preserving our languages. As a Zulu speaker, it is crucial that isiZulu does not die.”

These are the words of Tholakele Nkwanyana, a lecturer in Education and Language Development at North-West University (NWU) and one of the panellists at the SWiP side event of Science Forum South Africa (SFSA) 2023, which took place at the Council for Scientific and the Industrial Research International Convention Centre in Pretoria on 6 December 2023.

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Gender Terminology

In opposition to the planned changes to the Urban Areas Act, 20,000 women organized a march to the Union Buildings in Pretoria on August 9,

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Dikobo tsa Sesotho

Author: SADiLaR Sesotho Researcher  – Mmasibidi SetakaEnglish blog available at the bottom Merabe e fapaneng e tsejwa ka tsela eo e aparang ka yona. Moaparo

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