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Empowerment through expression : the land dispossession story of the Marburg Black Lutheran community in KwaZulu-Natal.
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Madlala-(Bhengu) izithakazelo at Ebabanango, Enkandla, Ephathane, Emtshezi and Emfundweni in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
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Realism in the African novel : the case of Sembene Ousmane's God's bits of wood, Ngugi Wa Thiong'o's Petals of blood and Pepetela's Mayombe.
This study is an attempt to examine the use of realism in three African novels by different authors from different countries, which are set at different phases of independence. Sembene Ousmane's God's Bits of Wood, is ...
A critical assessment of the role and governance of Muslim community radio in South Africa : the case of Radio Al-Ansaar.
Community participation is a fundamental element of community radio. Therefore in countries where this form of radio exists, community participation is one of its most important licence criteria. It is no different ...
Investigating and developing an approach to critical literacy by using the South African short story.
This research explores the possibility of transforming teaching/learning practices within the English (primary language) classroom at secondary school level by using a Critical Literacy approach to classroom practice using ...
The construction of egalitarian masculinities in the midlands of KwaZulu-Natal.
The political, historical and legal changes, which have taken place in our country since 1994, have challenged men and women to learn anew, to readjust and embrace change. Men and women have been forced to reexamine gender ...
Negotiation, participation, and the construction of identities and autonomy in online communities of practice : a case study of online learning in English at a university in South Africa.
This study is located at the interface of online learning within a context of English language studies and academic literacy and is underpinned, from a critical theoretical perspective, by an understanding of the ...
An investigation into the selection and access of media texts by secondary school children in Durban area.
School children have often been regarded as lacking competence when it comes to using media texts. Some researchers refer to them as less active audience or uncritical media users because of their short attention span ...
English studies and language teaching : epistemological access and discursive critique in South Africa.
This study investigates ways in which English Studies at Rhodes University, the University of the Witwatersrand, the University of Natal, and the University of Sydney responded to linguistic and academic literacy needs of ...