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  • Mampuru, Deborah Maphoko (1991)
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  • Radebe, Margaret Thandi (1991)
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  • Motebele, Malema Mary (1997-06)
    Although Southern-Sotho proverbs and riddles have appeared in many publications, seemingly imagery in these genres has not been analysed or described in depth. The purpose of this study is to discuss imagery as evoked by ...
  • Masango, Elvis Mphephethi (1996-02)
    This is a survey of the use of imagery in both traditional and modern Zulu praise poetry. For the purposes of this corpus, emphasis will be placed on izibongo (praise poems) of the Zulu kings, chiefs, prominent figures, ...
  • Diamond, Charmaine (1993)
    Since 1983 there has been a revival in the publication of one-act plays in Zulu. The study attempts to examine a new aspect, namely theme, in one-act plays. In order to highlight the thematic shift in one-act plays, the ...
  • Bobelo, Noxolo (2008-05)
    As the title of this dissertation suggests, this study will be an analysis of isiXhosa poetry written as tribute to Nelson Rholihlahla Mandela. In their poetic works on Mandela, isiXhosa poets present various aspects of ...
  • Moeti, Itireleng David (1998)
    This research concentrates primarily on feminism and attempts to study it in relation to Northern Sotho literature. As Kekana is undoubtedly the first author to deal with this topic in her novel - NONYANA YA TOKOLOGO ...
  • Mahlare, Mphato Asser (1993)
    The aim of this study is to make a critical survey of the development of Northern Sotho drama and specifically the treatment of kingship in Marangrang and Tswala e a Ja. Kingship in real life is usually accompanied by ...
  • Chokoe, Sekgaila James (2000-05)
    The main aim of this thesis is to study ambiguity in Northern Sotho. Ambiguity, often referred to as 'double or multiple meaning', is, as Scheffler (1979:i) observes, "deserving of systematic study" in its own right. In ...
  • Seroke, Michael Khunoane (1994)
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  • Sander, Stina (1996)
    The term locative refers to all words that have a locative meaning. They include locative nouns, i.e. nouns that belong to classes 16, 17 and 18. Locatively derived nouns, i.e. nouns to which the locative prefix and/or ...
  • Motshwari, Julia Jakoentle (1998-10)
    This research is about witchcraft, sorcery, divination, religion and science. In gathering the information, it became apparent that the above—mentioned subjects are interrelated and inseparable from magic. It is therefore ...
  • Pelser, Hendrik Johannes (1989)
    The main purpose of this study was to investigate morphological reduplication in the word class nouns, verbs and ideophones in Zulu, and to describe them according to their formal and semantic features. An outline is given ...
  • Makhatini, Nellie Gladys (1994)
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  • Pretorius, Willem Jacobus (October 20)
    Die doel van die studie is om ‘n oorhoofse grammatiese beskrywing te doen van hulpwerkwoorde wat as subkategorie van die woordklas werkwoord funksioneer. Sodanige beskrywing behels onder meer die identifisering ...
  • Du Toit, Anci Cornelia (1985)
    The phonological system of Zulu does not tolerate consecutive vowels in one word while, with specific conditions, only certain consonant combinations and consonant-vowel combinations are permissible. Morphonological adjustments ...
  • Nokaneng, Koena Porcia (1997-10)
    The purpose of this study is to determine the extent to which naming is used in the development of plot structure, characterization, theme and style in Ngwana wa Mobu. This technique which is concerned with the significance ...
  • Vilakazi, Zodwa Sanie (2002)
    The practices relating to name giving for children among the Ndebele people are investigated in this study. Since it is a well-known fact that personal names in the case of the Bantu speaking people are generally ...
  • Groenewald, Hermanus Christoffel (1998-05)
    Approaches to folklore/oral forms have evolved from an interest in things (texts are included here) to an interest in process, of which performance studies is a prime example. A performance orientation seeks to restore ...
  • Bushney, Melanie Jean (1986)
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