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South African Journal of African Languages

South African Journal of African Languages

Morphology of Zulu bird names: Old and new

Zulu bird names: A progression over the decades (II) [Part two: The second hundred years, with Roberts, and Doke and Vilakazi]

Precipitation constructions in isiXhosa

The augment in Tonga

Portrayal of Yorùbá sociocultural heritage in the practice of the Kegite Movement in Nigerian tertiary institutions

Lexical restructuring processes in Sheng among the Matatu crew in Nakuru, Kenya

Patriotic narratives on national leadership in Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front (ZANU-PF) and Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) song texts, ca 2000–2017

Code-switching as a form of communication: Insights from a South African public hearing discussion

Diponagalo tša epiki ya Sesotho sa Leboa

The impact of the contending segregation and Africanism ideologies on isiXhosa written poetry: 1912–1934

Reconsidering Mqhayi’s literary canon in relation to his 19th and 20th century works

‘SS Mendi: Shaping the Nation’ in SEK Mqhayi’s Ukutshona kuka Mendi: The sinking of the Mendi (1922) and the Narrative of Catastrophe in Hilary Graham’s The Wreck of the Mendi (1994)

The sociology of language choice and multilingualism in Zimbabwe: Reflections on language choices by front office personnel in formal workplace discourse

Celebrating traditional medical practice in the Shona novel Ndoitawo Zvakaita Vamwe

Life-affirmation in Chirikure Chirikure’s ‘Europe Vakomana !’ and Greater Mhondera’s ‘ Usatye Kani Africa !’

Ubunkondlo ezihlabelelweni zamaNazaretha

Patriarchal attitudes in two selected isiXhosa literary texts

‘A grass widow’s gendered narrative’: Renegotiating identities in Lauretta Ngcobo’s The prodigal daughter

Totemism: A symbolic representation of a clan with specific reference to the Basotho ba Leboa – An ethnographical approach

A constitutional language name, lost in translation and its impact on the identity of the first language speakers

New-born baby naming practices of the Vhavenḓa: A sociolinguistic analysis perspective

African Wordnet as a tool to identify semantic relatedness and semantic similarity

/mu/ and mu-reduction in Nyakyusa

IsiZulu as an indigenous African language, and technology in the basic education sector in KwaZulu-Natal

Ulimi oluyizingathekiso olutholakala ezithakazelweni zesiZulu

On solutions for the defects of Tshivenḓa practical orthography

Reflecting on the contexts of destination language learning

‘Hayi, they don’t know Xhosa’: Comparative isiXhosa teaching challenges in the Eastern Cape and Gauteng

Mother-tongue education in South Africa: A highly contested terrain of the 21st century

An enhanced terminology development and management approach for South African languages

Glide formation is not motivated by onset requirement in Malawian Tonga, glide epenthesis is

The phonological structure of English borrowed words in Dagbani

Time, space, modality, and (inter)subjectivity: Futures in isiNdebele and other Nguni languages

The psychodynamics of orality: Reflecting on protest songs during and after apartheid in South Africa

Ukuvezwa ‘kwamagama emfashini’ ezingane zamaZulu esifundeni saseMkhanyakude

Interpreters’ treatment of questions during consecutively interpreted interactions in Zimbabwean courtrooms

Book Review: Sol Plaatje: A Life of Solomon Tshekisho Plaatje, 1876–1932

(Re)negotiating illegal migrant identities in selected Zimbabwean fiction

Evolution of S’ncamtho greetings: Bulawayo urban youth innovations of greeting genres over time

Re-examining the indigenous language press in Zimbabwe: Towards developmental communication and language empowerment

Ambiguities of a decolonising press culture: On South Africa’s Imvo Zabantsundu ( Native Opinion )

IsiXhosa sakudala kunye nendlela esichaphazela ngayo abantu abasisebenzisayo kule mihla

Investigating click clusters in isiXhosa syllables

‘Repair’ strategies of vowel sequences in Cindali

The morphosyntactic status of zamu- and ku- in Malawian Tonga

Noun valency in isiZulu and Southern isiNdebele

A theoretical approach to teaching academic literacy through the use of genres: A knowledge about language for preservice teachers

Parents’ direct or indirect involvement in the choice of language of learning and teaching

Deafhood, nationhood and nature: Thematic analysis of South African Sign Language poetry

Book Review: African languages and language practice research in the 21st century: Interdisciplinary themes and perspectives

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