Modern African English: a concise introduction for African English writers
A style guide for writing accessible literature for young African readers learning English. ...
How to Use Punctuation Marks in Swahili part2
Lesson 6: Funzo la 6 How to Use Punctuation Marks in Swahili (Jinsi ya Kutumia Alama za Uakifishaji Katika Kiswahili) Uakifishaji is the correct use of punctuation marks in writing Swahili so as to bring out intended meaning and ease communication. (Uakifishaji ni kutumia ipasavyo alama tofauti za ...
How to Use Punctuation Marks in Swahili
How to Use Punctuation Marks in Swahili (Jinsi ya Kutumia Alama za Uakifishaji Katika Kiswahili) Uakifishaji is the correct use of punctuation marks in writing Swahili so as to bring out intended meaning and ease communication. (Uakifishaji ni kutumia ipasavyo alama tofauti za uandishi wa Kiswahili ...
Swahili Lesson 3
Numbers These are exactly like in English only the words are different: 1= moja, 2= mbili, 3= tatu, 4= nne, 5= tano, 6= sita, 7= saba, 8= nane, 9= tisa, 10= kumi If we want to say 11, we�ll say kumi na moja, 12= kumi na mbili, 18= kumi na nane, and so on. 20= ishirini, 25= ishirini na tano, 28= ishi ...
Swahili : Lesson 1
Lesson 1: Types of Words (Aina za Maneno) 1. Noun (Nomino) A noun in Swahili is the name (jina) of (la) a person (mtu), object (kitu), place (mahali). For example (kwa mfano), Wekesa, usingizi, upole, Kenya, Nairobi. 2. Verb (Kitenzi) Neno linaloeleza kitendo huitwa kitenzi (an action word) 3. Pron ...
The Kenkey Economist: How we are all contributing to the cedi’s depreciation
The steep depreciation of the Ghanaian currency has caused a lot of media speculation on what may be causing the cedi to fall and who is responsible for it. The President, Finance Minister, Bank of Ghana and mostly politicians have been easy targets. Some have talked about “strange things” happenin ...
Doing Changes The World. Do The Right Things
By Esi Cleland and kasahorow.An extract from a forthcoming book. Parents who beat their children; or frighten them with the idea; are teaching this truth. Some parents do not beat their children. They are right: it is not about the beating. Some parents beat their children. They are right: doing ...
Johnny Clegg
Jonathan "Johnny" Clegg (born 7 June 1953) is a British-born musician and anthropologist from South Africa, who has recorded and performed with his bands Juluka and Savuka, and more recently as a solo act, occasionally reuniting with his earlier band partners. Sometimes called Le Zoulou Blanc ("The ...