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Browsing Department of African Languages (ETDs) by Author "Prof. L.C. Posthumus"

Browsing Department of African Languages (ETDs) by Author "Prof. L.C. Posthumus"

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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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Mndawe, Isaac Kholas (1997)
    The primary aim of this study is to: assess the relevance of the Zulu first language syllabus in respect of its meeting the needs of pupils; investigate and discuss language teaching approaches that may be appropriate ...

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