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Language is an important part of our lives as it forms a large part of our identity and culture. We saw it as an important part of our work as journalists in the university to include African languages in our articles published in the WitsVuvuzela. 233 more words
Three indigenous speaking mentors have come to join the Wits journalism department to help students write in their native tongues.
Palesa ‘Deejay’ Manaleng, Vusi Mchunu and Zulumathabo Zulu will be assisting the students in writing their stories in Sesotho and isiZulu. 374 more words
SESOTHO: BIBELE Phetolelo e Ntjha 1989
Psalms (Dipesaleme) 23
1 Morena ke modisa wa ka, ha ke hloke letho.
2 o nkatla makgulong a matala, o nkisa pela metsi moo ke tla phomola teng. 93 more words