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Synonyms for Setswana

the dialect of Sotho spoken by the Tswana in Botswana

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Similarly, broadcast projects approved for funding cover a wide geographic spread with North West based Diamond FM providing broadcast services, predominantly in Setswana, Sesotho and English, to the Maquassie Hills Municipality, and Rise FM, broadcasting in IsiZulu and IsiSwati, targeting the Ehlanzeni District Municipality in Mpumalanga.
When compared to the Setswana speaking respondents, speakers of IsiXhosa or IsiZulu showed lower likelihood of using dual protection and contraceptive method.
A general information and consent letter describing the research in English and in Setswana, a letter of exemption and a standardised demographic information questionnaire were given to the class educator by the researcher one week before collection of the data, to distribute to the parents of all the kindergarten learners who were part of the study population.
For instance, that Setswana was the home language (except for two participants), implies that children do not hear English beyond the classroom.
The database contains translations for hundreds of HIV prevention terms in seven languages (English, Setswana, Spanish, Swahili, Thai, Xhosa, Zulu).
M-Thuto uses the code-switching technique of learners to present mathematics content in both the Setswana and English languages.
The decision to recruit teachers in other SADC countries came after Cabinet's approval of the request to recruit SADC teachers for physical science, mathematics, English, and Setswana.
Researcher M spoke in their home language, Setswana, which they appreciated as respectful.
The name of her party is Agang, "let's build" in the Setswana language.
In Xhosa, a star is inkwenkwezi, inkanyezi in Zulu, nyenyedzi in Shona, dinaledi in Sotho, tinyelei in Tsonga, maledzi in Venda, linaleri in Setswana, and nyota in Swahili.
Molema knew him as a boy because his father, Modiri Molema, a member of the Molema Chieftaincy among the Setswana Nation, financed Plaatje's first newspaper Koranta ea Becoana and later partly assisted his subsequent newspaper ventures such as Tsala ea Sechuana and Tsala ea Batho.
It was a rather bulky and laborious document, proclaiming the same thing in Afrikaans, English and Setswana but he knew what something like that bearing a photograph and a rubber stamp meant and it wasn't good.
As an older volunteer, learning Setswana was extremely difficult for me, especially with the dismal state of the training.
Languages: Afrikaans, English, isiNdebele, isiXhosa, isiZulu, Sepedi, Sesotho, Setswana, siSwati, Tshivenda, and Xitsonga (all official languages).