Language in South Africa

Language in South Africa

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A discussion of the role which language, or, more properly, languages, can perform in the reconstruction and development of South Africa. The approach followed in this book is characterised by a numbers of features - its aim is to be factually based and theoretically informed.This the government wants to do through education and training, job creation and the development of a system within ... The point this chapter wants to make is that these aims can only really be achieved in South Africa if the Bantu languages are formally used in the economy of the country. ... It would make sense if these commitments were to be linked to the meaningful use of the Bantu languages.

Title:Language in South Africa
Author: Victor N. Webb
Publisher:John Benjamins Publishing - 2002-01-01

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