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SYNOPSIS Extravagant claims have recently been made for Fanagalo as the “lingua franca of Southern Africa”. Attempts have been made to popularize it as “Basic Bantu”, and its introduction as a school subject has been advocated. This hybrid of Zulu, English and Afrikaans teas probably originated...
OPSOMMING Doke en Vilikazi se Zoeloe‐Engelse Woordebock, ’n baie waardevolle standaardwerk, vereis egter her‐siening ten opsigte van die etimologie van sommige woorde wat uit Engels of Afrikaans stam. I(li)hhashi, byvoorbeeld, is nie af te lei uit Engels: horse nie (algemeen aanvaar sedert Döhne...
The Lozi Peoples of North‐Western Rhodesia. V.W. Turner. West Central Africa, Part III of the Ethnographic Survey of Africa. (International African Inst.: 1952.) 62 pp., map, 7/6.
Zulu Legends. W.H.I. Bleek. Edited by J.A. Engelbrecht. (van Schaik, Pretoria: 1952.) xiv + 46 pp., 15/‐.
The Economy of a Native Reserve. D. Hobart Houghton and Edith M. Walton. (Shuter and Shooter, Pietermaritzburg: 1952.) 194 pp., 27/6.
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