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Tanzania is to soon start teaching Swahili language in other parts of Africa and the world at large. Swahili is the national language of Tanzania. It is also much spoken in Kenya, Zanzibar and other parts of Africa.
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Join Face2Face Africa as we take a look at 5 Swahili proverbs that sum the current political scene in most African countries.
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A look at an old set of strategies to favor internet content in African languages in light of recent developments and a report by ISOC.
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Oxford Dictionaries have launched Kiswahili as the fourth African language to be added to the Oxford Global Languages (OGL), after Zulu, Northern Sotho, and Setswana. It takes its language content and will be promoted locally by OUP East Africa, which has been a leading dictionaries and schools publisher in Kenya for more than 6
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Why Postfaktisch is the German and International Word of the Year by Alexander Opicho It is a convention of national culture in Germany that every year, the Society for the German Language, situated in the town of Wiesbaden selects a term or a word that reflects current political and social issues of international significance. ThisRead More
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Notes on Ngugi wa Thiong'O's Decolonising the Mind: The Language of African Literature
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African Tribes Documentary About, African tribes cultures,rituals and ceremonies - Arbore,Karo,MURSI and Hamar Tribe - Ethiopia, African culture an
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Africa is home to 1.1 billion people in 54 nations, speaking 2,000 languages. So why does it get generalised as all doom and gloom when 1 in
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The only language which African Leaders can ever listen to is the International Criminal Court, And only (if) Such courts, and the dispensatio
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The African Language Teachers Association (ALTA) on the AFL Mission: Advancing Intercultural Communication through Research and Practice for K-16.
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Oxford University Student Union issued a pamphlet encouraging students to use the gender neutral pronoun 'ze' instead of the traditional 'she and 'he' in case of offending transgender students.
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Like many, I overestimated my capacity to speak my native Yoruba language until I was asked to do a full-length interview for a program.
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Arriving in Lillooet from the Republic of the Congo three years ago was a huge adjustment for Aurelie Dikamona. There was the weather – Lillooet does not have an eight-month rainy season and it’. . .
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Someone who is perfectly able to count in her own language would be assessed as having poor numeracy skills in a language she is very unfamiliar with.
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RT @schnellmann_org: Egypt: Muslims bomb https://t.co/GbJGLj2naT https://t.co/7Y4522NtcB St. Mark’s Coptic Orthodox Cathedral... https://t…
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Wangui wa Goro delivering the keynote lecture at the 5th Annual Igbo Conference on Igbo Fusions: Past, Present and Futures
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Just an overview of the word /nibiru/ to show its meanng using beginning linguistics of comparing words ,and a look at the Culture of the Sumerians from a
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Yannick Bolasie reveals language he and Everton team-mate Romelu Lukaku have been using to unlock Premier League defences But Lingala is an African language from DR Congo spoken by over 100 millions of people in the world! Sources: Daily Mail, UK, 1.11.2016 http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-3894236/Yannick-Bolasie-reveals-rare-language-Everton-team-mate-Romelu-Lukaku-use.html#ixzz4SJ9zEiRE
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Communication…or ought to I say miscommunication. For my part, it's in all probability probably the most irritating issues. As adults, everyone knows these
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BBC is looking for people to work in its new services for #Ethiopia and #Eritrea @BBCAfrica - more details here: https://t.co/BDaMSdXrH8
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