School of Languages


African Languages

Title: Courts should promote all languages.

Authors: Zakeera Docrat; Russell H Kaschula; Cerneels J A Lourens; Alana Bailey And Monwabisi K.

Brief introduction: An apparent decision to make English the only language of record in SA’s high courts will have grave implications for access to justice.

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German Studies



Title: Beyond Language: German Studies in a South African University Context.” In: Kaschula, Russell H./ Maseko, Pamela/ Wolff, H. Ekkehard (eds.) 2017. Multilingualism and Intercultural Communication: A South African Perspective. Johannesburg: Wits University Press. Pp. 323-335.

Authors: Undine S. Weber, Rebecca S.C. Domingo, Regine B. Fourie

Brief Introduction: This article examines 'African multilingualism,' differentiating it from Western multilingualism and discussing the space for German Studies in this context. The first paragraph serves as an abstract:

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Location: Level 3

Barcode: 15022370

Call number: 417.0968 MUL


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