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Browsing Department of African Languages (ETDs) by Title

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  • Madonsela, Fanyana Stanley (1997)
    Zulu, as one of the widely spoken languages in South Africa is subjected to change in these changing times. The intensified exposure of Zulu native speakers to the fields of politics and technology, amongst others, have ...
  • Nezar, Willem (1994)
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  • Moloele, Richard Lephethi (October 20)
    The main aim of this study is to assess and analyse Mashike’s short stories. No one has ever done a research on Mashike’s work in terms of displaying various structural elements such as characterisation, plot, theme, ...
  • Maithufi, Tsholofelo Louisah (November 2)
    Chapter 1 entails the problem statement that prompted the researcher to examine Malope’s work; the aim of the research; the research method aptly applicable to Malope’s work; the assumptions of other writers regarding ...
  • Phala, Nchine Isaac (2002)
    The purpose of this study is to contribute more examples and ways of indicating Antonymy in Northern Sotho to what some scholars like Louwrens had already done, in order to generate more discussions and research on this ...
  • Saohatse, Mokgadi Caroline (1992)
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  • Mavimbela, Basil Khekhe (1995)
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  • Dikgale, Leuba Peter (1996)
    The primary aim of this study is to make an appraisal of some short stories from H.M Nkadimeng's Selepe Gomela. The concept "appraisal" means to evaluate or to estimate the value, amount, quality or success. Like other ...
  • Jiyane, Brenda Nomadlozi (1997-10)
    This study is concerned with deixis as a subcategory of semantics and/or pragmatics which has not been dealt with thoroughly in the African languages. A number of English scholars indicate that the subcategories of deixis ...
  • Skosana, Nomsebenzi Johanna (2002-07)
    Little research has been done regarding the copulative word group in the African languages (and in Southern Ndebele in particular). This is probably because the copulative (word group) is the most complex grammatical ...
  • Dikotla, Edith Morongwa. (1996)
    This research describes Batlokwa women's songs as performed in current situations. Fieldwork was conducted in Tlokweng (Silwerkrans) which is located in the North West Region. The research depends mainly on fieldwork. The ...
  • Mbokazi, Duduzile Glorious (1991)
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  • Khoza, Nosizi Cordelia (October 20)
    This study aims at providing upcoming and aspiring prose narrative narrators with information and skills of creating meaningful characters who would be able to convey the messages intended by the prose narrator or story ...
  • Msimeki, Basani Emelina (1998-03)
    The purpose of this study was to carry out a critical assessment of characterization in two novels, namely Murhandziwani by S J Baloyi and Manyunyu ya Xitsotso by T H Khosa. It is thus a study of two narrative literary ...
  • Thokoane, Makgalakgatha Daniel (1992)
    During the past few decades the short story as a literary genre has attracted much attention. Languages such as Russian, English, French, German and later Afrikaans have produced outstanding writers in this genre, whereas ...
  • Nontolwane, Grace Benedicta Ncane (1992)
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  • Ncoko, Sizakele Olga Sylvia (1998)
    This dissertation investigates codeswitching among black junior primary school pupils in two multiracial schools in Gauteng. The main objective of the study is to determine the effects of an English-dominant setting on ...
  • Shole, Dikeledi Mavis (May 2001)
    As the title indicates, this study COHESION IN A TSWANA NARRATIVE TEXT aims at examining the occurrence of cohesion in a selected Tswana text. The study comprises eight chapters. The introductory chapter outlines the aim ...
  • Madja, Banhloile Oletta (1992)
    CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION The main aim of this study is to focus on conflict as a literary technique in general, and in particular on Matseke's drama, "Mmalonya". In this chapter the following observations with regard ...
  • Makwarela, Vhangani Petrus (1992)
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