Sesotho


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the dialect of Sotho spoken by the Basotho

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Participants' profiles Participants 1 2 Relationship to Mother Mother child Race Black Black Gender of parent / Female Female caregiver Home language Sesotho Tshivenda Language interview Sesotho English was conducted in Residence Johannesburg south Johannesburg south Employment Unemployed Employed Education -- Tertiary Children with CI, n 1 2 Aetiology of hearing Unknown Waardenburg syndrome impairment Age of child (years) 4 8 (child 1), 2.
environment Thomas Mofolo describes in his Sesotho novel, Chaka: "ke
Foreign nationals account for a portion of those arrested during Operation Fiela (meaning "sweep" in Sesotho language), according to figures provided by Minister of Police Nathi Nhleko at a session in parliament.
The most commonly spoken home languages were Sesotho (n=24, 32.
Sociodemographic characteristics of the sample (N=207) Age (years), mean ([+ or -] SD) (range) 38 ([+ or -] 10) (23-68) Gender, n (%) Female 184 (89) Male 23 (11) Home language, n (%) English 111 (54) Afrikaans 79 (38) English/Afrikaans 6 (3) Sesotho 2 (1) SiSwati 1 (0.
Yet ash, the meaning of the play's title (the Sesotho word for "ash") and its central metaphor, floats down on all the actors at the play's end as "the residue of revenge" (Farber 2008, 79) in a way that renders the hopeful ending ambivalent (Kruger 87).
LONDON, ENGLAND: Returning to Shakespeare's Globe Theatre after last year's Olympic festivities, a mini-reprise of the Globe to Globe Festival stretches through the summer, including Venus and Adonis performed in IsiZulu, IsiXhosa, SeSotho, Afrikaans and English by Isango Ensemble from South Africa.
1 of the South African Constitution (Republic of South Africa 1996:1) specifies, amongst its founding provisions, the eleven official languages of the country--Sepedi, Sesotho, Setswana, siSwati, Tshivenda, Xitsonga, Afrikaans, English, isiNdebele, isiXhosa and isiZulu--and recognises, in Section 6.
Its name, in local language Sesotho, means "forget me not".
g Chichewa, Zulu, and Sesotho, OM co-occurs only with dislocated object NPs.
152) explains that the prefix bo in Sesotho denotes singularity and hali refers to the place of residence of the husband's parents and it also refers to the female sex.
Teaching took place in Sesotho, SePedi, English and IsiZulu.
Fieldwork is carried out by Ipsos-Markinor through face-to-face interviews administered around the country in six languages: English, Afrikaans, isiZulu, seSotho, isiXhosa and seTswana.
The oldest text discussed here is Thomas Mofolo's Chaka (1925), a Sesotho retelling of the story of the famous Zulu warrior-king that became a central topic in African orature at Shaka's death in 1828 and that has since given rise to numerous African narratives including the first Zulu novel, Insela kaShaka (1930; Jeque, the Bodyservant of King Shaka, 1951); E.
Languages: Afrikaans, English, isiNdebele, isiXhosa, isiZulu, Sepedi, Sesotho, Setswana, siSwati, Tshivenda, and Xitsonga (all official languages).