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On this special day, let us acknowledge and cherish the central role that mothers play in shaping our lives and society as a whole. Happy Mother's Day to all the extraordinary women who embody the essence of motherhood. Mo letsatsing le le kgethegileng leno, a re lemogeng mme re lebogele karolo e e botlhokwa eo bomme ba e tshamekang mo go bopeng matshelo a rona le setshaba ka kakare#Setswanaswa#happymothersdayrDepartment of Sport, Arts and Culturelture ... See MoreSee Less
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Maleme a kgatha tema ye bohlokwa go tšwetšopele le ka go kgwedi ya Afrika, re nyaka go bea šedi ya ka moo maleme a ka kgathago tema ka gona mo tšwetšopeleng . Potšišo ye bohlokwa ke gore naa maleme a setlogo a ka thuša bjang kgolong ya Afrika? #SesothosaLeboa #AfricaMonth #Freedom30Department of Sport, Arts and Culture ... See MoreSee Less
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The Pan South African Language Board is subsequently instituted in terms of sub-section 6(5) of the Constitution, in order to promote the development and equitable use of all official languages, including Khoe and San. #Freedom30🆃🅷🅸🆂 🅳🅰🆈 🅸🅽 🅷🅸🆂🆃🅾🆁🆈 (8 May 1996)Dr Frene Ginwala (Speaker of the National Assembly), Deputy President F. W. de Klerk,Cyril Ramaphosa (Chairperson of the Constitutional Assembly), President Nelson Mandela, Dr Leon Wessels (Deputy Chairperson of the Constitutional Assembly) and Deputy President Thabo Mbeki join members of the Constitutional Assembly for a photo following a two-year process to draft the Constitution #30YearsOfDemocraticParliament ... See MoreSee Less
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Importance of home language to understand mathematical terminologies“We speak and think in our home language. When we are unable to express or explain something in English, the language we fall back on is our home language,” said Tintswalo Sambo, who recently graduated with a master’s degree in applied language studies at Mandela University’s autumn graduation.Tintswalo’s study focused on translation studies, highlighting the importance of learners using their mother tongue languages to help them improve their learning and understanding.Her master’s thesis titled: “The challenges of translating mathematical terminologies from English to Xitsonga,” examined the accuracy of translating one to the other and identified challenges of this translation.“The importance of my research is that it raises an awareness of how indigenous languages are still at a disadvantage when it comes to having their own scientific terminologies and also highlights the need to combine English, as well as learners’ home language to achieve the desired outcome,” said Tintswalo.Read the full story here: #makegraduationfashionable ... See MoreSee Less
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