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Sixosh’ abathakathi: Ukuthwebula and the photographic image

Reimagining image making through concepts found in isiZulu

How Joseph Shabalala’s Mambazo chopped the competition down

The founder of the group’s openness to collaboration took Ladysmith Black Mambazo’s isicathamiya music around the globe

Ndabo Zulu hails the queen

While trumpeter Ndabo Zulu was studying at the Norwegian Academy of Music (from 2017 to 2019) and building on the idea that would become...

Africans deserve to hear their stories

As African literature becomes more accessible, it must be canonised like Tolstoy and Shakespeare’s

Zoë Modiga: Many colours after Yellow

Zoë Modiga has not been home for a while because she’s “getting money three ways”. At first she was occupied with the duties of being...

The torment of being a ‘questionable’ South African

25 years into our democracy, South Africans are using similar tests on Africans.

Connecting isiXhosa, isiZulu to the digital age

Software tools for South Africa’s Nguni languages may assist with redress and effective communication.

At a loss for words in vernacular

This was the central message of Ngugi’s message — of alienation and injustice because of the use of language.

Aspiring teachers will have to ukufunda ulimi lweSintu

You’ll be able to read this whole headline by the time you’ve trained to be a teacher at South Africa's universities.

Physics needn’t be Greek to isiZulu

The University of KwaZulu-Natal wants to introduce undergraduate courses in isiZulu but students are concerned technical words don't translate well.

Weekend 101: Guptagate heats up Parliament

The Gupta saga comes to Parliament; isiZulu for all school children; and shock, horror from the BBC over poor whites in SA.

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