The bilingual South African Language Rights Monitor 2009 / Suid-Afrikaanse Taalregte Monitor 2009 is the eighth annual report on the situation pertaining to lanuage rights and language matters in general in South Africa. It cultivates an awareness of language rights and promotes a culture of taking proactive measures in order to oppose violations of language rights. Such awareness could lead, on the one hand, to the further democratisation of the community, and on the other, to increasing participation in public life.Most of these efforts had the use of Afrikaans in view, but a number of them were also focused on promoting the use of the ... of John Langalibalele Dubea#39;s Jeqe, the Body-servant of King Shaka as a Penguin Modern Classic (Witness 07.01.09, 9). ... of 65 of S.E.K. Mqhayia#39;s historical and biographical essays in Abantu Besizwe (aThe nationa#39;s peoplea), in a back-to-back ... A performance of a prescribed work for grade 12 learners taking Xhosa as a home language, Amaza, took place atanbsp;...
|Title||:||South African Language Rights Monitor 2009|
|Author||:||Johan Lubbe, Theodorus du Plessis|
|Publisher||:||AFRICAN SUN MeDIA - 2013-12-16|