Sesotho


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the dialect of Sotho spoken by the Basotho

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Caption: Below: Middle-class Black Africans can be left feeling isolated in some local spaces, if they are not considered Black enough--for example, if they speak English habitually and the language being used is isiZulu or Sesotho
Sesotho was the home language of 63 participants (62.4%).
We do not have any documentary evidence of his written competency in his mother tongue Xhosa (or another Nguni language such as Zulu) or the Sotho cluster of languages such as Sesotho, Setswana and Sepedi) but we can assume that it would have been more accomplished than his English writing.
The hotel's Tatso, which means 'taste' in Sesotho, is where guests can enjoy a generous buffet featuring a diverse selection of dishes influenced by different cuisines.
[22] Trained study staff conducted interviews in Sesotho following semi-structured interview guides.
Universities should be anxious about their inability to teach in such languages as IsiXhosa and Sesotho.
For example, in the Eastern Cape and in KwaZulu-Natal, there were areas where Sesotho was predominant, despite the fact that isiXhosa and isiZulu were cited as predominant in these provinces, respectively (Statistics South Africa 2011).
The 120km-long route we're following is mostly on horse trails and Isaac--or Leputhing Isaac Molapo to use his Sesotho name--is guiding us on horseback.
Hunhu/ubuntu is the ideal of being human, derived from a worldview based on the guiding injunction: Umuntu ngumumntu ngabantu (Nguni/Zulu/Ndebele) or motho ke motho ka batho ba bangwe (Sesotho) or munhu munhu muvanhu (Shona), which can be expressed in English "as a person is a person among other persons" (Broodryk 2008; Dolamo, 2013 and Tutu, 1999).
The South African anthem is in five languages: Xhosa, Zulu, Sesotho, Afrikaans and English.
Beyond the Bantuphone zone, we have one of the languages situated in the Southern continent of Africa, the Sesotho or the language of the Basothos.We notice that they have a word called bohlale which linguists have primarily translated as substantive; "wisdom".
Naledi means "star'' in Sesotho, a local South African language.
Naledi means "star" in South Africa's Sesotho language.