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632 African languages and language practice research in the 21st century : interdisciplinary themes and perspectives / Editors: Monwabisi K. Ralarala ; Ken Barris ; Eunice Ivala ; Sibawu Siyepu. – Cape Town : CASAS, 2017. – xviii, 378 p. – (CASAS book series ; 122).

633 Africa’s endangered languages : documentary and theoretical approaches / Edited by Jason Kandybowicz ; Harold Torrence. – Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2017. – x, 520 p.

634 Banda, Felix: Language policy and orthographic harmonization across linguistic, ethnic and national boundaries in Southern Africa. – LPol 15/3, 2016, 257-275 | E. ab.

635 Brenzinger, Matthias: Blood becomes money : lexical acculturation in Southern Africa. – (48), 37-71.

636 Gender and language in sub-Saharan Africa : tradition, struggle and change / Ed. by Lilian Lem Atanga ; Sibonile Edith Ellece ; Lia Litosseliti ; Jane Sunderland. – Amsterdam : Benjamins, 2013. – xi, 331 p. – (Impact. Studies in language and society ; 33).

637 Intonation in African tone languages / Ed. by Laura J. Downing and Annie Rialland. – Berlin : De Gruyter Mouton, 2017. – iv, 442 p. – (Phonology and phonetics ; 24).

638 Kwamwangamalu, Nkonko M.: Multilingualism in Southern Africa. – (128), 791-812.

639 The languages of urban Africa / Ed. by Fiona Mc Laughlin. – London : Continuum, 2009. – x, 238 p. – (Advances in sociolinguistics).

640 Lubinga, Elizabeth: Exploring the possibility of including African proverbs in HIV and AIDS messages to influence reception by the South African youth. – SAfrJAL 34/Suppl., 2014, 15-22.

641 Ndhlovu, Finex: Cross-border languages in Southern African economic and political integration. – AfrS 72/1, 2013, 19-40.

642 Phaahla, Pinkie: Indigenous African languages as agents of change in the transformation of higher education institutions in South Africa : Unisa. – NJAS 23/1, 2014, 31-56 | Electronic publ.

643 Raselekoane, Nanga Raymond: African languages and the challenges of community development in South Africa. – SAfrJAL 34/Suppl., 2014, 1-8.

644 Sociolinguistics in African contexts : perspectives and challenges / Augustin Emmanuel Ebongue ; Ellen Hurst, editors. – Cham : Springer, 2017. – viii, 349 p. – (Multilingual education ; 20) | Not analyzed.

1. Niger-Congo (Niger-Kordofanian)

1.7. Benue-Congo

645 Bennett, William: Agreement, history, and Obolo : a reply to Connell. – SPILPLUS 48, 2015, 13-15 | Reply to 183.

1.7.1. Bantu

646 Bantu languages : analyses, description and theory / Ed. by Karsten Legère ; Christina Thornell. – Köln : Köppe, 2011. – xiv, 347 p. – (East African languages and dialects ; 20).

647 Seidel, Frank: A grammar of Yeyi : a Bantu language of Southern Africa. – Köln : Köppe, 2008. – 464 p. – (Grammatische Analysen afrikanischer Sprachen = Grammatical analyses of African languages ; 33).

0.5. SEMIOTICS

648 Dowling, Tessa: ‘Akuchanywa apha please’ No peeing here please : the language of signage in Cape Town. – SAfrJAL 30/2, 2010, 192-208.

0.6. APPLIED LINGUISTICS

649 Marten, Lutz; Mostert, Carola: Background languages, learner motivation and self-assessed progress in learning Zulu as an additional language in the UK. – IJM 9/1, 2012, 101-128 | E. ab.

650 Mayaba, N. N.: Strategy to improve a conversational isiXhosa module : insights gained from ‘out-of-class’ experiences of Foundation phase English/Afrikaans students. – SAfrJAL 36/2, 2016, 133-140.

651 Nkomo, Dion: Beyond meaning in dictionaries : teaching Ndebele grammar using Isichazamazwi SesiNdebele. – SAfrJAL 29/1, 2009, 30-42.

652 Otlogetswe, Thapelo Joseph: The design of Setswana Scrabble. – SAfrJAL 36/2, 2016, 153-161.

653 Scaraffiotti, Zamantuli: Parlons Xhosa : Afrique du Sud. – Paris : L’Harmattan, 2011. – 158 p. – (Parlons).

1. PHONETICS AND PHONOLOGY

654 Bennett, William G.; Diemer, Maxine; Kerford, Justine; Probert, Tracy; Wesi, Tsholofelo: Setswana (South African). – JIPA 46/2, 2016, 235-246 | Illustrations of the IPA.

655 Doke, Clement M.: The phonetics of the Zulu language. – München : LINCOM Europa, 2012. – 310 p. – (LINCOM gramatica ; 166).

656 Gxowa-Dlayedwa, Ntombizodwa Cynthia: Ukufundisa izicuku zeziqhakancu emagameni. – PerLinguam 31/3, 2015, 32-48 | Teaching click clusters in words | E. & Xhosa ab.

657 Naidoo, Shamila: A re-evaluation of the Zulu implosive [ɓ]. – SAfrJAL 30/1, 2010, 1-10.

658 Naidoo, Shamila; Roux, Justus C.: Integrating phonetics and phonology in the description of the intrusive stop formation process in Zulu. – SAfrJAL 28/1, 2008, 36-48.

659 Wissing, Daan P.: Aspects of the phonetics and phonology of Southern Sotho /a/. – SAfrJAL 30/2, 2010, 234-241.

1.1. PHONETICS

660 Chen, Yiya; Downing, Laura J.: All depressors are not alike : a comparison of Shanghai Chinese and Zulu. – (29), 243-265.

661 [Thomas, Kimberley D] Thomas-Vilakati, Kimberly Diane: Coproduction and coarticulation in Isizulu clicks. – Berkeley, CA : Univ. of California Press, 2010. – 258 p. – (Univ. of California publications. Linguistics ; 144).

1.1.1. ARTICULATORY PHONETICS

662 Lee-Kim, Sang-Im; Kawahara, Shigeto; Lee, Seunghun J.: The ‘whistled’ fricative in Xitsonga : its articulation and acoustics. – Phonetica 71/1, 2014, 50-81.

663 Shosted, Ryan K.: Articulatory and acoustic characteristics of whistled fricatives in Changana. – (30), 119-129.

1.1.2. ACOUSTIC PHONETICS

664 Barnard, Etienne; Wissing, Daan P.: Vowel variation in Southern Sotho : an acoustic investigation. – SALALS 26/2, 2008, 255-265.

665 Boyer, One Tlale; Zsiga, Elizabeth C.: Phonological devoicing and phonetic voicing in Setswana. – (31), 82-89 | Also freely available online.

666 Le Roux, Mia: An acoustic comparison : Setswana vowels versus the cardinal vowels. – SAfrJAL 32/2, 2012, 175-180.

667 Le Roux, Mia; Le Roux, Jurie: An acoustic assessment of Setswana vowels. – SAfrJAL 28/2, 2008, 156-171.

668 Midtlyng, Patrick J.: The effects of speech rate on VOT for initial plosives and click accompaniments in Zulu. – (30), 105-118.

669 Wissing, Daan P.: Aspects of vowel raising in Southern Sotho and Setswana : an acoustic approach. – SAfrJAL 30/2, 2010, 242-249.

670 Wissing, Daan P.; Pienaar, Wikus: Evaluating vowel normalisation procedures : a case study on Southern Sotho vowels. – SALALS 32/1, 2014, 97-111.

671 Zerbian, Sabine; Barnard, Etienne: Phonetics of intonation in South African Bantu languages. – SALALS 26/2, 2008, 235-254.

1.1.4. SPEECH TECHNOLOGY

672 Westhuizen, Ewald van der; Niesler, Thomas: The effect of postlexical deletion on automatic speech recognition in fast spontaneously spoken Zulu. – Interspeech, 2016, 3559-3563 | E. ab.

1.2. PHONOLOGY

673 Coetzee, Andries W.; Pretorius, Rigardt: Phonetically grounded phonology and sound change : the case of Tswana labial plosives. – JPhon 38/3, 2010, 404-421.

674 Gouskova, Maria; Zsiga, Elizabeth C.; Tlale Boyer, One: Grounded constraints and the consonants of Setswana. – Lingua 121/15, 2011, 2120-2152.

675 Halpert, Claire: Overlap-driven consequences of nasal place assimilation. – (6), 345-368 | On Zulu.

676 Lee, Seunghun J.; Burheni, Clementinah: Repair strategies in labial dissimilation : diminutive formations in Xitsonga. – SPILPLUS 44, 2014, 89-103 | E. ab.

677 Malambe, Gloria B.: Mid vowel assimilation in siSwati. – SALALS 33/3, 2015, 261-272.

678 Vratsanos, Alyssa; Kadenge, Maxwell: Hiatus resolution in Xitsonga. – SPILPLUS 52, 2017, 175-196 | E. ab.

1.2.1. SUPRASEGMENTAL PHONOLOGY (PROSODY)

679 Archer, Brent: Sonority in Zulu. – (69), 63-75.

680 Batibo, Herman M.: The evolution and adaptation of Swahili and Tswana syllable structures. – (46), 13-33.

681 Bennett, William G.; Lee, Seunghun J.: A surface constraint in Xitsonga : *li. – AfrL 21, 2015, 3-27 | E. & Fr. ab.

682 Downing, Laura J.: Prosodic phrasing in relative clauses : a comparative look at Zulu, Chewa and Tumbuka. – (646), 17-29.

683 Halpert, Claire: Prosody/syntax mismatches in the Zulu conjoint/disjoint alternation. – (989), 329-349.

684 Harford, Carolyn; Malambe, Gloria B.: Optimal register variation : high vowel elision in siSwati. – SALALS 33/3, 2015, 343-357.

685 Lee, Seunghun J.: Cumulative effects in Xitsonga : high-tone spreading and depressor consonants. – SALALS 33/3, 2015, 273-290.

686 McCarthy, John J.; Mullin, Kevin; Smith, Brian W.: Implications of harmonic serialism for lexical tone association. – (72), 265-297 | Evidence from Esimbi, Kikuyu, Etung and Venda.

687 Zeller, Jochen; Zerbian, Sabine; Cook, Toni: Prosodic evidence for syntactic phrasing in Zulu. – (989), 295-328.

688 Zerbian, Sabine; Barnard, Etienne: Realisations of a single high tone in Northern Sotho. – SALALS 27/4, 2009, 357-380.

689 Zerbian, Sabine: Morpho-phonological and morphological minimality in Tswana monosyllabic stems (Southern Bantu). – (18), 131-148.

690 Zerbian, Sabine: Onset consonants in Tswana : Cw-sequences and affricates. – (46), 143-165.

691 Zerbian, Sabine: Sentence intonation in Tswana (Sotho-Tswana group). – (637), 393-433 | E. ab.

1.3. MOR(PHO)PHONOLOGY

692 Braver, Aaron; Bennett, William G.: Phonotactic c(l)ues to Bantu noun class disambiguation. – LingVan 2/1, 2016, 1-11.

693 Cook, Toni: Adjectival reduplication in Zulu. – SALALS 32/4, 2014, 433-446.

694 Cook, Toni: The status of the macrostem in reduplication in Ndebele and Zulu. – (26), 46-60.

695 Creissels, Denis: The conjoint/disjoint distinction in the tonal morphology of Tswana. – (989), 200-238.

696 Dube, Progress; Ndebele, Lickel: A morphophonological account of Ndebele demonstrative delimitators. – (40), 219-233.

697 Harford, Carolyn: Prosody in verbal inflection in Isizulu. – (21), 288-297.

698 Kotzé, Albert E.: Making sense of irregular realisations of the past tense suffix in Northern Sotho : the phonology-morphology interface. – SALALS 26/2, 2008, 217-234.

699 Lee, Seunghun J.: Domains of H tone spreading and the noun class prefix in Xitsonga. – SALALS 32/1, 2014, 21-34.

700 Mathonsi, Nhlanhla; Naidoo, Shamila: Imbrication triggered by the suffix -ile in isiZulu. – SAfrJAL 32/2, 2012, 167-173.

701 Monich, Irina: Tonal processes in the Setswana verb. – JALL 35/2, 2014, 141-204.

702 Spuy, Andrew van der: Bilabial palatalisation in Zulu : a morphologically conditioned phenomenon. – SPILPLUS 44, 2014, 71-87 | E. ab.

703 Zerbian, Sabine; Barnard, Etienne: Realisation of two adjacent high tones : acoustic evidence from Northern Sotho. – SALALS 28/2, 2010, 101-121.

704 Zerbian, Sabine: A guide to tones in Tswana locatives. – SAfrJAL 31/2, 2011, 254-264.

2. GRAMMAR, MORPHOSYNTAX

705 Andrason, Alexander; Dlali, Mawande: Tense and aspect of performatives in isiXhosa. – SAfrJAL 37/2, 2017, 149-161 | E. ab.

706 Baker, Anne Edith: Die Nomenklassifizierung des Zulu als positiver Transfer in DaFiA in Südafrika. – (2), 351-356 | [The noun classification of Zulu as positive transfer in DaFiA in South Africa].

707 Creissels, Denis: The ‘new adjectives’ of Tswana. – (75), 75-94.

708 Dowling, Tessa; Deyi, Somikazi; Whitelaw, Emma: Merger of noun classes 3 and 1 : a case study with bilingual isiXhosa-speaking youth. – SAfrJAL 37/1, 2017, 41-49 | E. ab.

709 Gxowa-Dlayedwa, Ntombizodwa Cynthia: The reflexive marker as drawn from authentic texts in isiXhosa. – SAfrJAL 31/2, 2011, 302-314.

710 Kubayi, Sikheto Joe; Madadzhe, Richard Ndwayamato: The non-derived ideophone in Xitsonga. – SAfrJAL 35/2, 2015, 261-271.

711 Lee, Seunghun J.; [Hlungwani, Madala Crous] Hlungwani, Crous: Aspectual auxiliary verbs in Xitsonga. – SPILPLUS 48, 2015, 113-135 | E. ab.

712 Posthumus, Lionel C.: Naming the so-called continuous past tenses of the south-eastern Bantu languages with particular reference to Zulu. – SAfrJAL 28/1, 2008, 69-79.

713 Posthumus, Lionel C.: Tense marking in copulatives with particular reference to isiZulu. – SAfrJAL 37/2, 2017, 163-172 | E. ab.

714 Pretorius, W. J.: Adverbial descriptions in Northern Sotho. – SAfrJAL 29/1, 2009, 20-29.

715 Taljard, Elsabé; Schryver, Gilles-Maurice de: A corpus-driven account of the noun classes and genders in Northern Sotho. – SALALS 34/2, 2016, 169-185 | E. ab.

716 Visser, Marianna W.: Definiteness and specificity in the isiXhosa determiner phrase. – SAfrJAL 28/1, 2008, 11-29.

2.1. MORPHOLOGY AND WORD-FORMATION

717 Dube, Progress; Ndebele, Lickel; Ndlovu, Mbulisi: An analysis of the status of the secondary noun prefixes in Ndebele. – SAfrJAL 34/2, 2014, 145-149.

718 Gowlett, Derek F.; Dowling, Tessa: Incipient merger of Cls 11 and 5 in Xhosa? – SAfrJAL 35/1, 2015, 67-81.

719 Halpert, Claire; Karawani, Hadil: Aspect in counterfactuals from A(rabic) to Z(ulu). – (22), 99-107.

720 Keet, C. Maria; Khumalo, Langa: Grammar rules for the isiZulu complex verb. – SALALS 35/2, 2017, 183-200 | E. ab.

721 Kosch, Ingeborg M.: Descriptive issues of derivation and inflection in Sesotho sa Leboa (Northern Sotho) with particular reference to ‘number’. – SALALS 29/1, 2011, 89-96.

722 Kotzé, Albert E.: Lexical generality as a determinant of extension position in Northern Sotho. – SAfrJAL 31/1, 2011, 30-40.

723 Kotzé, Petronella M.: Northern Sotho grammatical descriptions : the design of a tokeniser for the verbal segment. – SALALS 26/2, 2008, 197-208.

724 Kotzé, Petronella M.: Tokenization rules for the disjunctively written verbal segment of Northern Sotho. – SAfrJAL 31/1, 2011, 121-137.

725 Mojapelo, Mampaka: Morphology and semantics of proper names in Northern Sotho. – SAfrJAL 29/2, 2009, 185-194.

726 Monich, Irina: Comparative morphological analysis of the perfect form in Sesotho and isiZulu. – NLLT 33/4, 2015, 1271-1292 | E. ab.

727 Nichols, Peter: Persistive and alterative – dual-time aspects in siSwati. – (28), 477-487.

728 Pretorius, Rigardt: The sequence and productivity of Setswana verbal suffixes. – SPILPLUS 44, 2014, 49-70 | E. ab.

729 Spuy, Andrew van der: The morphology of the Zulu locative. – TPhS 112/1, 2014, 61-79.

730 Spuy, Andrew van der: Post-inflectional derivation in Zulu : further evidence against the split morphology hypothesis. – LM 44/1, 2013, 78-93.

731 Spuy, Andrew van der: Zulu noun affixes : a generative account. – SAfrJAL 29/2, 2009, 195-215.

732 Taraldsen, Knut Tarald: The nanosyntax of Nguni noun class prefixes and concords. – Lingua 120/6, 2010, 1522-1548.

2.1.1. INFLECTIONAL MORPHOLOGY

733 Marten, Lutz: The great siSwati locative shift. – (7), 249-267.

734 Spuy, Andrew van der: A construction grammar account of Zulu singular/plural inflection. – NJAS 26/3, 2017, 191-214 | E. ab.

735 Spuy, Andrew van der: Generation of the isiZulu subjunctive. – SALALS 30/1, 2012, 77-92.

736 Stump, Gregory T.: Rules and blocks. – (74), 421-439 | E. ab.

2.1.2. DERIVATIONAL MORPHOLOGY

737 Chebanne, Andy: Case system or case traces in derivational formations in Setswana? – (21), 275-287.

738 Hlungwani, Madala Crous: Intransitive psych verbs and nominalisation in Xitsonga. – SAfrJAL 34/Suppl., 2014, 35-41 | Within the framework of generative lexicon theory.

739 Mletshe, Loyiso: Deverbal nominals derived from intransitive state verbs in isiXhosa : a Generative Lexicon approach. – SAfrJAL 37/1, 2017, 29-39 | E. ab.

740 Ndlovu, Sambulo: Structural and philosophical aspects in isiNdebele retronym derivation. – SAfrJAL 32/2, 2012, 153-160.

2.2. SYNTAX

741 Andrason, Alexander; Visser, Marianna W.: The mosaic evolution of Left Dislocation in Xhosa. – SPILPLUS 50, 2016, 139-158 | E. ab.

742 Buell, Leston Chandler: Class 17 as a non-locative noun class in Zulu. – JALL 33/1, 2012, 1-35.

743 Buell, Leston Chandler; Dreu, Simon de: Subject raising in Zulu and the nature of PredP. – LRev 30/3, 2013, 423-466 | E. ab.

744 Buell, Leston Chandler: VP-internal DPs and right-dislocation in Zulu. – LIN 25, 2008, 37-49.

745 Buell, Leston Chandler: Zulu ngani ‘why’ : postverbal and yet in CP. – Lingua 121/5, 2011, 805-821.

746 Burkholder, Ross: The syntactic structure of negation in Ndebele. – (9), 235-254.

747 Carstens, Vicki May; Mletshe, Loyiso: Negative concord and nominal licensing in Xhosa and Zulu. – NLLT 34/3, 2016, 761-804 | Erratum: p. 805-806 | E. ab.

748 Carstens, Vicki May; Mletshe, Loyiso: Radical defectivity : implications of Xhosa expletive constructions. – LI 46/2, 2015, 187-242.

749 Cheng, Lisa Lai-Shen; Downing, Laura J.: Against FocusP : arguments from Zulu. – (89), 247-266.

750 Cheng, Lisa Lai-Shen; Downing, Laura J.: Clefts in Durban Zulu. – (77), 141-163.

751 Cheng, Lisa Lai-Shen; Downing, Laura J.: The problems of adverbs in Zulu. – (68), 42-59.

752 Cheng, Lisa Lai-Shen; Downing, Laura J.: Where’s the topic in Zulu? – LRev 26/2-3, 2009, 207-238.

753 Creissels, Denis: Additive coordination, comitative adjunction, and associative plural in Tswana. – LLACAN 2, 2016, 11-42 | E. & Fr. ab.

754 Creissels, Denis: Tswana locatives and their status in the inversion construction. – AfrL 17, 2011, 33-52.

755 Dreu, Merijn de; Buell, Leston Chandler: Neuter gender in a sexless language : the case of Zulu. – LIN 29, 2012, 41-54.

756 Duarte, Fábio Bonfim: Tense encoding, agreement patterns, definiteness and relativization strategies in Changana. – (30), 80-94.

757 Gibson, Hannah; Marten, Lutz: Variation and grammaticalisation in Bantu complex verbal constructions : the dynamics of information growth in Swahili, Rangi and SiSwati. – (76), 70-109.

758 Halpert, Claire: Argument licensing and agreement. – Oxford : Oxford UP, 2015. – xvi, 296 p. – (Oxford studies in comparative syntax) | On Zulu.

759 Halpert, Claire: Case, agreement, EPP and information structure : a quadruple-dissociation in Zulu. – (22), 90-98.

760 Halpert, Claire; Zeller, Jochen: Right dislocation and raising-to-object in Zulu. – LRev 32/3, 2015, 475-513 | E. ab.

761 Khumalo, Langa: Generative grammar and cognitive grammar : a case of the passive construction in Ndebele. – (40), 37-55.

762 Khumalo, Langa: On subject agreement in isiNdebele. – SAfrJAL 34/2, 2014, 137-143.

763 Khumalo, Langa: The passive and stative constructions in Ndebele : a comparative analysis. – NJAS 18/2, 2009, 154-174 | Electronic publ.

764 Khumalo, Langa: Passive, locative inversion in Ndebele and the unaccusative hypothesis. – SAfrJAL 30/1, 2010, 22-34.

765 Krüger, Casper J. H.: Setswana syntax : a survey of word group structures. 2 vols. – München : LINCOM Europa, 2013. – xxxi, 233; xxviii, 506 p. – (LINCOM studies in African linguistics ; 87-88).

766 Kubayi, Sikheto Joe: ‘It’ subject constructions in Xitsonga. – SALALS 31/1, 2013, 39-59.

767 Langa, David Alberto Seth: Negation in the past tense in Changana. – (21), 255-267.

768 Le Roux, Jurie: The border dispute between adverbials and conjunctions in Tswana grammar. – SAfrJAL 31/1, 2011, 54-65.

769 Lee, Seunghun J.; [Hlungwani, Madala Crous] Hlungwani, Crous: Distribution of conjunctive and disjunctive forms in Xitsonga. – SPILPLUS 52, 2017, 157-173 | E. ab.

770 Mojapelo, Mampaka: Re-examining the relationship between the subject agreement morpheme and (in)definiteness in Northern Sotho. – Literator 34/1, 2013, 8 p. | E. & Afrikaans ab.

771 Morapedi, Setumile: Focus constructions in Setswana : information structure approach. – (21), 268-274.

772 Ngunga, Armindo Saúl Atelela; Duarte, Fábio Bonfim; Camargos, Quesler Fagundes: Differential object marking in Mozambican languages. – (9), 333-353.

773 Pretorius, Rigardt; Berg, Ansu; Pretorius, Laurette: Multiple object agreement morphemes in Setswana : a computational approach. – SALALS 30/2, 2012, 203-218.

774 Sibanda, Galen: The Ndebele applicative construction. – (9), 309-332.

775 Ström, Eva-Marie Bloom: What the giant tells us about agreeing post-verbal subjects in Xhosa. – SPILPLUS 52, 2017, 73-100 | E. ab.

776 Visser, Marianna W.: Definiteness and specificity in the Xhosa determiner phrase. – (646), 295-314.

777 Vos, Mark de; Mitchley, Hazel: Subject marking and preverbal coordination in Sesotho : a perspective from optimality theory. – SALALS 30/2, 2012, 155-170.

778 Zeller, Jochen: Argument prominence and agreement : explaining an unexpected object asymmetry in Zulu. – Lingua 156, 2015, 17-39.

779 Zeller, Jochen: Instrument inversion in Zulu. – (32), 134-148.

780 Zeller, Jochen: Locative inversion in Bantu and predication. – Linguistics 51/6, 2013, 1107-1146.

781 Zeller, Jochen: Mobility as a feature : evidence from Zulu. – SPILPLUS 48, 2015, 69-92 | E. ab.

782 Zeller, Jochen: Object marking in isiZulu. – SALALS 30/2, 2012, 219-235.

783 Zeller, Jochen: On clitic left dislocation in Zulu. – FAB 18, 2006 (2009), 131-156.

3.1. LEXICOLOGY

784 Le Roux, Jurie: Revisiting Setswana basic colour terms. – SAfrJAL 33/2, 2013, 159-164.

3.2. LEXICOGRAPHY

785 Mafela, Munzhedzi James: Borrowing and dictionary compilation : the case of the indigenous South African languages. – Lexikos 20, 2010, 691-699 | E. & Afrikaans ab.

786 Mafela, Munzhedzi James: Proverbs as illustrative examples in a Tshivenda bilingual dictionary : a reflection of meaning and culture. – SAfrJAL 28/1, 2008, 30-35.

787 Mathangwane, Joyce T.: Abbreviations and acronyms : the case of Tlhalosi ya Medi ya Setswana. – Lexikos 25, 2015, 233-245 | E. & Afrikaans ab.

788 Mathonsi, Nhlanhla: A headword identification problem of nouns in Zulu dictionaries. – (646), 163-173.

789 Mojela, V. M.: Borrowing and loan words : the lemmatizing of newly acquired lexical items in Sesotho sa Leboa. – Lexikos 20, 2010, 700-707 | E. & Afrikaans ab.

790 Nkomo, Dion; Wababa, Zola: IsiXhosa lexicography : past, present and future. – Lexikos 23, 2013, 348-370 | E. & Afrikaans ab.

791 Prinsloo, D. J.; Bothma, Theo J. D.; Heid, Ulrich; Prinsloo, Daniel J.: Direct user guidance in e-dictionaries for text production and text reception : the verbal relative in Sepedi as a case study. – Lexikos 27, 2017, 403-426 | E. & Afrikaans ab.

792 Prinsloo, D. J.: Corpus-based lexicography for lesser-resourced languages : maximizing the limited corpus. – Lexikos 25, 2015, 285-300 | E. & Afrikaans ab.

793 [Schryver, Gilles Maurice] Schrijver, Gilles-Maurice de: The lexicographic treatment of quantitative pronouns in Zulu. – Lexikos 18, 2008, 92-105 | E. & Dutch ab.

794 Zondo, Jerry: Affirming verb lexemes in A practical Ndebele dictionary and in Isichazamazwi SesiNdebele : the case of -wa verbs. – Lexikos 19, Suppl., 2009, 166-174.

3.2.1. MONOLINGUAL LEXICOGRAPHY

795 Khumalo, Langa: Users, user-friendliness and projected uses of Isichazamazwi SesiNdebele : an analysis. – Lexikos 19, Suppl., 2009, 16-25 | On a monolingual Ndebele dictionary.

796 Maphosa, Mandlenkosi; Nkomo, Dion: The microstructure of Isichazamazwi SesiNdebele. – Lexikos 19, Suppl., 2009, 38-50 | On a monolingual Ndebele dictionary.

797 Mphahlele, Motlokwe Clifford: The lemmatisation of dialectal forms in a Northern Sotho general monolingual dictionary : is the language developed or polluted? – (43), 155-164 | E. & Afrikaans ab.

798 Ndlovu, Eventhough: Sense relations in the treatment of meaning in Isichazamazwi SesiNdebele. – Lexikos 19, Suppl., 2009, 71-85 | On a monolingual Ndebele dictionary.

799 Ndlovu, Eventhough: The treatment of borrowed nouns in Isichazamazwi SesiNdebele and Isichazamazwi SezoMculo. – Lexikos 19, Suppl., 2009, 86-101 | On two monolingual Ndebele dictionaries, one general and the other of musical terms.

800 Otlogetswe, Thapelo Joseph: Introducing Tlhalosi ya Medi ya Setswana : the design and compilation of a monolingual Setswana dictionary. – Lexikos 23, 2013, 532-547 | E. & Afrikaans ab.

801 Otlogetswe, Thapelo Joseph: Treatment of spelling variants in Setswana monolingual dictionaries. – Lexikos 25, 2015, 262-284 | E. & Afrikaans ab.

3.2.2. PLURILINGUAL LEXICOGRAPHY

802 Gouws, Rufus H.; [Prinsloo, D J] Prinsloo, Danie; Dlali, Mawande: A series of foundation phase dictionaries for a multilingual environment. – SPIL 43, 2014, 23-43 | E. ab.

803 Isichazamazwi sesikole esinezilimi ezimbili isiZulu Nesingisi : esishicilelwe abakwa-Oxford.Oxford bilingual school dictionary : Zulu and English / Ed. by Gilles-Maurice de Schryver ; Nomusa Sibiya [et al.]. – Cape Town : Oxford UP. Southern Africa, 2010. – lviii, 582 p.

804 Kosch, Ingeborg M.: An analysis of the Oxford bilingual school dictionary : Northern Sotho and English (De Schryver 2007). – Lexikos 23, 2013, 611-627 | Rev. art. of 816 | E. & Afrikaans ab.

805 Kosch, Ingeborg M.: Lemmatisation of fixed expressions : the case of proverbs in northern Sotho. – Lexikos 26, 2016, 145-161 | E. & Afrikaans ab.

806 Madiba, Mbulungeni; Nkomo, Dion: The Tshivenḓa-English ṱhalusamaipfi/dictionary as a product of South African lexicographic processes. – Lexikos 20, 2010, 307-325 | E. & Afrikaans ab.

807 Mahlangu, Sponono: The lemmatization of loan words in the isiNdebele-English isiHlathululi-imagama/Dictionary and their successful incorporation into the language. – Lexikos 24, 2014, 186-197 | E. & Afrikaans ab.

808 Mojela, V. M.: A balanced and representative corpus : the effects of strict corpus-based dictionary compilation in Sesotho sa Leboa. – Lexikos 23, 2013, 286-296 | E. & Afrikaans ab.

809 Mongwe, M. J.: Bilingual dictionaries in the South African context. – (43), 127-147 | E. & Afrikaans ab.

810 Nthambeleni, Mashudu; Mbulaheni Musehane, Nelson: The lemmatisation of nouns in Tshivenḓa dictionaries. – Lexikos 24, 2014, 214-224 | E. & Afrikaans ab.

811 Prinsloo, D. J.: A bilingual dictionary for a specific user group : supporting Setswana speakers in the production and reception of English. – SAfrJAL 31/1, 2011, 66-86.

812 Prinsloo, D. J.: A critical analysis of the lemmatisation of nouns and verbs in isiZulu. – Lexikos 21, 2011, 169-193 | E. & Afrikaans ab.

813 Prinsloo, D. J.: A critical evaluation of the paradigm approach in Sepedi lemmatisation : the Groot Noord-Sotho woordeboek as a case in point. – Lexikos 24, 2014, 251-271 | Illustrated by the verb stem -roba | E. & Afrikaans ab.

814 Prinsloo, D. J.: Die leksikografiese bewerking van verwantskapsterme in Sepedi. – Lexikos 22, 2012, 272-289 | E. ab.: The lexicographical treatment of kinship terminology in Sepedia | E. & Afrikaans ab.

815 Prinsloo, D. J.: Lexicographic treatment of kinship terms in an English/Sepedi-Setswana-Sesotho dictionary with an amalgamated lemmalist. – Lexikos 24, 2014, 272-290 | E. & Afrikaans ab.

816 Pukuntšu ya polelopedi ya sekolo : Sesotho sa Leboa le Seisimane : e gatišitšwe ke Oxford.Oxford bilingual school dictionary : Northern Sotho and English / Ed. by G.-M. de Schryver ; M. Mogodi ; E. Taljard [et al.]. – Cape Town : Oxford UP., 2007. – xii, 552 p.

817 Schryver, Gilles-Maurice de: The lexicographic treatment of ideophones in Zulu. – Lexikos 19, 2009, 34-54 | On a Zulu-English lexicographic project.

818 Schryver, Gilles-Maurice de: Oxford Isixhosa – Isingesi isichazi-magama sesikolo.Oxford English – Isixhosa school dictionary / Eds.-in-chief: Gilles-Maurice de Schryver (consulting) ; Mary Reynolds ; Isixhosa-Isingesi compilers: Fumanekile Dyubhele ; Linda Nelani ; Nelisa Sipamla ; ed.: Wendy Walton ; English-Isixhosa compiler: Mary Reynolds ; ed.: Sidney Zotwana ; translators: Fumanekile Dyubhele ; Nontembiso Jaxa ; Fikiswa Magqashela ; Linda Nelani ; Nelisa Sipamla ; [et al.]. – Cape Town : Oxford UP. Southern Africa, 2014. – 640 p.

819 Schryver, Gilles-Maurice de: Revolutionizing Bantu lexicography – a Zulu case study. – Lexikos 20, 2010, 161-201 | E. & Du. ab.

3.4. TERMINOLOGY

820 Alberts, Mariëtta; Mollema, Nina: Developing legal terminology in African languages as aid to the court interpreter : a South African perspective. – Lexikos 23, 2013, 29-58 | Predominantly on Northern Sotho | E. & Afrikaans ab.

821 Koopman, Adrian: Zulu plant names. – Pietermaritzburg : University of Natal Press, 2015. – 324 p.

822 Mabule, D. R.: The taboos attached to the translation of biological terms from English into Northern Sotho. – SAfrJAL 29/1, 2009, 43-53.

823 Moyo, Nobuhle; Nkomo, Dion: Not mere lexicographic cosmetics : the compilation and structural features of Isichazamazwi SezoMculo. – Lexikos 19, Suppl., 2009, 51-70 | On a Ndebele musical terms dictionary.

824 Taljard, Elsabé: Cattle and their colours : a synchronic investigation of cattle colour terminology in Northern Sotho. – SAfrJAL 35/2, 2015, 199-205.

825 Taljard, Elsabé; Nchabeleng, Mahlodi Jean: Management and internal standardization of chemistry terminology : a Northern Sotho case study. – Lexikos 21, 2011, 194-216 | E. & Afrikaans ab.

3.5. PHRASEOLOGY, PAROEMIOLOGY

826 Mafela, Munzhedzi James: On the phraseology of Tshivenḓa idioms. – (86), 211-224 | E. & Pol. ab.

827 Possa, Rethabile Marriet: The form of contemporary Sesotho proverbs. – SAfrJAL 34/Suppl., 2014, 61-69.

4.1. SEMANTICS

828 Ngcobo, Mtholeni N: Zulu noun classes revisited : a spoken corpus-based approach. – SAfrJAL 30/1, 2010, 11-21.

829 Taljard, Elsabé: In search of larger units of meaning : a foray into Northern Sotho data. – LM 45/1, 2014, 91-109 | E. ab.

4.1.1. LEXICAL SEMANTICS

830 Bosch, Sonja E.; Pretorius, Laurette: A computational approach to Zulu verb morphology within the context of lexical semantics. – Lexikos 27, 2017, 152-182 | E. & Afrikaans ab.

831 Mathonsi, Nhlanhla: Semantic variation and the notion of polysemy in Zulu. – SAfrJAL 29/1, 2009, 87-95.

832 Nokele, Amanda B. B.: Identifying conceptual metaphors using the Metaphor Identification Procedure Vrije Universiteit (MIPVU). – SAfrJAL 34/1, 2014, 75-86 | On isiXhosa.

4.1.2. GRAMMATICAL SEMANTICS

833 [Groenewald, H. C.] Groenewald, Manie: Comments on ‘A critique of “A re-evaluation of tense in isiZulu”’ by Lionel Posthumus. – Literator 37/1, 2016, 2 p | Comm. on 835.

834 Groenewald, Hermanus C.: A re-evaluation of tenses in isiZulu. – Literator 35/1, 2014, 8 p | E. & Afrikaans ab.

835 Posthumus, Lionel C.: A critique of ‘A re-evaluation of tense in isiZulu’. – Literator 37/1, 2016, 12 p | E. & Afrikaans ab | Comm. on 834.

836 Stavić, Stefan: The perfective and imperfective aspects in Xhosa. – SPILPLUS 52, 2017, 45-72 | E. ab.

4.2. PRAGMATICS, DISCOURSE ANALYSIS AND TEXT GRAMMAR

837 Bagwasi, Mompoloki Mmangaka: Pragmatics of letter writing in Setswana. – JoP 40/3, 2008, 525-536 | Comparing English and Setswana letter writing in Botswana during the protectorate period (1885-1966).

838 Dlali, Mawande; Mogase, Phuti: The speech act of advice in Setswana educational contexts. – SAfrJAL 29/2, 2009, 145-157.

839 Gxowa-Dlayedwa, Ntombizodwa Cynthia: Identifying unmarked topical thematic patterns : evidence from spoken and written isiXhosa texts. – SAfrJAL 33/2, 2013, 213-223.

840 Hendrikse, A. P.; Nomdebevana, N.; Allwood, Jens: An exploration of the nature, functions and subcategories of the discourse functional category, Interactive, in spoken Xhosa. – SAfrJAL 36/1, 2016, 93-101.

841 Kaschula, Russell H.; Mostert, André: The influence of cellular phone “speak” on isiXhosa rules of communication. – SPILPLUS 37, 2009, 69-88.

842 Ndlovu, Manqoba Victor: Referential cohesion in isiZulu translated health texts. – SALALS 31/3, 2013, 349-357.

843 Ntombela, Sipho Albert: Maskandi : a critical discourse analysis of indigenous isiZulu songs. – SALALS 34/2, 2016, 109-120 | E. ab.

844 Sengani, Thomas M.: Controversies around the so-called alliterative concord in African languages : a critical language awareness on communicative competence with specific reference to Tshivenda. – SAfrJAL 33/2, 2013, 189-201.

845 Sengani, Thomas M.: Hidden dialogicality in Mafhuwe – a critical discourse analytical interpretation of struggles of power relations in Tshivenḓa women songs of protest. – SAfrJAL 31/2, 2011, 178-189.

7. TRANSLATION

846 Mabule, D. R.: Issues involved in translating technical texts from English into Northern Sotho. – SAfrJAL 36/2, 2016, 217-224.

847 Madadzhe, Richard Ndwayamato; Mashamba, Mabula: Translation and cultural adaptation with specific reference to Tshivenda and English : a case of medical terms and expressions. – SAfrJAL 34/Suppl., 2014, 51-56.

848 Moropa, Koliswa: Utilizing ‘hot words’ in ParaConc to verify lexical simplification strategies in English-Xhosa parallel texts. – SAfrJAL 29/2, 2009, 227-241.

849 Wildsmith-Cromarty, Rosemary: Can academic/scientific discourse really be translated across English and African languages? – SALALS 26/1, 2008, 147-169 | On isiZulu, SeSotho & SeTswana.

8.1. ORTHOGRAPHY

850 Mabaso, X. E.: Some issues regarding the standardisation of the terminative vowel in Xitsonga. – SAfrJAL 37/2, 2017, 187-194 | E. ab.

851 Malambe, Gloria B.; Khumalo, Langa; Hoza, Mfusi; Ngubane, Sihawukele E.; Zulu, Nogwaja S.; Mazibuko, Guguethu; Vilakati, Sizakele; Phiri, Sellinah; Madonsela, Stanley; Nkomo, Dion; Gumede, Grace; Masilela, Piet; Madolo, Yolisa; Gxowa-Dlayedwa, Ntombizodwa Cynthia; Jokweni, Mbulelo W.: A unified standard orthography for Nguni languages : South Africa, Swaziland, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Malawi and Zambia. – Cape Town : CASAS, 2013. – 30 p. – (Monograph series [CASAS] ; 255).

852 Musehane, Mbulaheni; Maṱhabi, Mashudu: Orthographic errors in written Tshivenḓa on funeral programmes of Vhembe District Municipality funeral undertakers. – SAfrJAL 36/2, 2016, 225-230.

853 Nkuna, Paul H.: Orthographic considerations regarding the class 4 noun prefix and some verb stems in Xitsonga. – SAfrJAL 33/1, 2013, 75-78.

8.2. PUNCTUATION

854 Chokoe, Sekgaila: Tlhalošontši ya mongwalo : go ngwala seo se sa tšweletšego molaetša ka tshwanelo. – SAfrJAL 37/2, 2017, 195-201 | Orthographic ambiguity : writing the unmeant | E. & Sotho ab.

9.2. PSYCHOLINGUISTICS

855 Bylund, Emanuel; Athanasopoulos, Panos: Language and thought in a multilingual context : the case of isiXhosa. – Bilingualism 17/2, 2014, 431-441.

856 Diemer, Maxine; Merwe, Kristin van der; Vos, Mark de: The development of phonological awareness literacy measures for isiXhosa. – SALALS 33/3, 2015, 325-341.

9.2.2. LANGUAGE COMPREHENSION

857 Kgolo, Naledi; Eisenbeiß, Sonja: The role of morphological structure in the processing of complex forms : evidence from Setswana deverbative nouns. – LCN 30/9, 2015, 1116-1133.

9.2.2.1. PSYCHOLOGY OF READING

858 Fakude, Pheladi Florina: Reading comprehension trajectories in Sepedi : a case of rural grade 7 learners. – SAfrJAL 34/Suppl., 2014, 23-27.

859 Hefer, Esté: Reading first and second language subtitles : Sesotho viewers reading in Sesotho and English. – SALALS 31/3, 2013, 359-373.

860 Hefer, Esté: Television subtitles and literacy : where do we go from here? – JMMD 34/7, 2013, 636-652.

861 Land, Sandra: Reading and the orthography of isiZulu. – SAfrJAL 35/2, 2015, 163-175.

862 Rooy, Bertus van; Pretorius, Elizabeth J.: Is reading in an agglutinating language different from an analytic language? : an analysis of isiZulu and English reading based on eye movements. – SALALS 31/3, 2013, 281-297.

9.3. LANGUAGE ACQUISITION

863 Kline, Melissa; Demuth, Katherine: Factors facilitating implicit learning : the case of the Sesotho passive. – LAcq 17/4, 2010, 220-234.

9.3.1. FIRST LANGUAGE ACQUISITION, CHILD LANGUAGE

864 Dowling, Tessa; Gowlett, Derek F.: Problems in the acquisition of Noun Class 11 among Xhosa children. – SALALS 34/4, 2016, 289-309 | E. ab.

865 Gxilishe, Sandile: African languages, linguistics, child speech and speech pathology : the connection. – PerLinguam 24/2, 2008, 75-87 | E. ab.

9.3.1.1. FIRST LANGUAGE ACQUISITION BY PRE-SCHOOL CHILDREN

866 Demuth, Katherine; Machobane, ’Malillo ’Matšepo; Moloi, Francina L.: Learning how to license null noun-class prefixes in Sesotho. – Language 85/4, 2009, 864-883.

867 Demuth, Katherine; Moloi, Francina L.; Machobane, ’Malillo ’Matšepo: 3-Year-olds’ comprehension, production, and generalization of Sesotho passives. – Cognition 115/2, 2010, 238-251.

868 Demuth, Katherine; Weschler, Sara: The acquisition of Sesotho nominal agreement. – Morphology 22/1, 2012, 67-88.

869 Maphalala, Zinhle; Pascoe, Michelle; Smouse, Mantoa Rose: Phonological development of first language isiXhosa-speaking children aged 3;0–6;0 years : a descriptive cross-sectional study. – CL&P 28/3, 2014, 176-194.

870 Smouse, Mantoa Rose; Gxilishe, Sandile; Villiers, Jill G. de; Villiers, Peter A. de: Children’s acquisition of subject markers in isiXhosa. – (90), 209-236.

871 Smouse, Mantoa Rose: Uninterpretable features in comprehension : subject-verb agreement in isiXhosa. – SAfrJAL 33/1, 2013, 65-74.

9.3.1.2. FIRST LANGUAGE ACQUISITION BY SCHOOL CHILDREN

872 Kunene-Nicolas, Ramona N.; Guidetti, Michèle; Colletta, Jean-Marc: A cross-linguistic study of the development of gesture and speech in Zulu and French oral narratives. – JChL 44/1, 2017, 36-62 | E. ab.

873 Kunene-Nicolas, Ramona N.: Zulu oral narrative development from a speech and gesture perspective. – PerLinguam 31/3, 2015, 1-18 | E. ab.

874 Wilsenach, Carien: Phonological skills as predictor of reading success : an investigation of emergent bilingual Northern Sotho/English learners. – PerLinguam 29/2, 2013, 17-32 | E. ab.

9.3.2. SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION

875 Lombard, Shona; Conradie, Simone: L1 influence in the L2 acquisition of isiXhosa verb placement by English and Afrikaans adolescents. – SPILPLUS 38, 2009, 167-181 | E. ab.

9.3.2.2. GUIDED SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION

876 Multilingual universities in South Africa : reflecting society in higher education / Ed. by Liesel Hibbert ; Christa van der Walt. – Bristol : Multilingual Matters, 2014. – xii, 223 p. – (Bilingual education and bilingualism ; 97).

10.1. SOCIOLINGUISTICS

877 Akindele, Femi Dele: Sesotho address forms. – LO 34/2, 2008, 3-15 | Electronic publ.

878 Bagwasi, Mompoloki Mmangaka: The effect of gender and age in Setswana greetings. – SALALS 30/1, 2012, 93-100.

879 Bagwasi, Mompoloki Mmangaka; Sunderland, Jane: Language, gender and age(ism) in Setswana. – (636), 53-78.

880 Beyer, Klaus: Urban language research in South Africa : achievements and challenges. – SALALS 32/2, 2014, 247-254.

881 Black, Steven P.: Narrating fragile stories about HIV/AIDS in South Africa. – PrS 4/3, 2013, 345-368.

882 Chebanne, Andy: Found and lost languages : survey of the past and current situation of Botswana ethic and linguistic communities. 48, 2016, 160-175 | E. ab.

883 Coetzee-Van Rooy, Susan: The language repertoire of a Venda home language speaker : reflections on methodology. – LM 47/2, 2016, 269-296 | E. ab.

884 Dowling, Tessa: ‘Hola, my new cherry!’ : two case studies of isiXhosa advertising in print media. – SAfrJAL 33/2, 2013, 173-188.

885 Duran, Daniel; Bruni, Jagoda; Dogil, Grzegorz; Roux, Justus C.: The social life of Setswana ejectives. – Interspeech, 2017, 3787-3791 | E. ab.

886 Dyers, Charlyn; Davids, Gaironesa: Post-modern ‘languagers’ : the effects of texting by university students on three South African languages. – SALALS 33/1, 2015, 21-30 | On Afrikaans, isiXhosa and Setswana.

887 Engelbrecht, Charlotte; Nkosi, Zethu; Wentzel, Dorien; Govender, Selverani; McInerney, Patricia: Nursing students’ use of language in communicating with isiZulu speaking clients in clinical settings in KwaZulu-Natal. – SAfrJAL 28/2, 2008, 145-155.

888 Hanong Thetela, Puleng: Sex discourses and the construction of gender identity in Sesotho : a case study of police interviews of rape/sexual assault victims. – (636), 205-215.

889 Hurst, Ellen: Overview of the tsotsitaals of South Africa; their different base languages and common core lexical items. – (104), 169-184.

890 Jadezweni, Mhlobo W.; Mfazwe-Mojapelo, Lungelwa Rose: Achieving public acceptability of taboo words translated into isiXhosa. – (632), 201-223.

891 Kretzer, Michael M.: Variations of overt and covert language practices of educators in the North West Province : case study of the use of Setswana and Sesotho at primary and secondary schools. – SAfrJAL 36/1, 2016, 15-24.

892 Madadzhe, Richard Ndwayamato: Linguistic taboos in Tshivenḓa : communicating across epochs. – SAfrJAL 30/2, 2010, 108-191.

893 Madonsela, Stanley: A critical analysis of the use of code-switching in Nhlapho’s novel Imbali YemaNgcamane. – SAfrJAL 34/2, 2014, 167-174.

894 Matlhaku, Keneilwe: Sociolinguistic factors in Setswana loanwords. – (632), 131-160.

895 Mkhize, Dumisile N.: Resources, mediators, and identities : home literacy practices of rural bilingual children. – SALALS 34/1, 2016, 43-55 | E. ab.

896 Msibi, Thabo: Homophobic language and linguistic resistance in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. – (636), 253-274.

897 Ndimande-Hlongwa, Nobuhle; Ndebele, Hloniphani: Digging deep into IsiZulu-English code-switching in a peri-urban context. – LM 45/2, 2014, 237-256 | E. ab.

898 Ndlovu, Sambulo: Thematic characterisation of Ndebele izichothozo. – SAfrJAL 35/1, 2015, 113-121.

899 Nhlekisana, Rosaleen O. B.: Language and gender in popular music in Botswana. – (636), 177-202.

900 Nkosi, Zinhle Primrose: IsiZulu as a vehicle towards teaching and conducting research in higher education : challenges and prospects. – SAfrJAL 37/2, 2017, 225-233 | E. ab.

901 Olivier, Jako: Sesotho Online : establishing an internet-based language knowledge community. – SAfrJAL 36/2, 2016, 141-152.

902 Posel, Dorrit; Zeller, Jochen: Home language and English language ability in South Africa : insights from new data. – SALALS 29/2, 2011, 115-126.

903 Rudwick, Stephanie Inge: Gendered linguistic choices among isiZulu-speaking women in contemporary South Africa. – (636), 233-251.

904 Rudwick, Stephanie Inge; Ntuli, Mduduzi: IsiNgqumo – introducing a gay Black South African linguistic variety. – SALALS 26/4, 2008, 445-456.

10.1.1. LANGUAGE ATTITUDES AND SOCIAL IDENTITY

905 Banda, Felix; Peck, Amiena: Diversity and contested social identities in multilingual and multicultural contexts of the University of the Western Cape, South Africa. – JMMD 37/6, 2016, 576-588 | E. ab.

906 Beukes, Anne-Marie: ‘The greasy pole of dehumanisation’ : language and violence in South Africa. – LM 43/2, 2012, 128-145 | E. ab.

907 Black, Steven P.: Stigma and ideological constructions of the foreign : facing HIV/AIDS in South Africa. – LiS 42/5, 2013, 481-502 | E. ab.

908 Bristowe, Anthea; Oostendorp, Marcelyn; Anthonissen, Christine: Language and youth identity in a multilingual setting : a multimodal repertoire approach. – SALALS 32/2, 2014, 229-245.

909 Ditsele, Thabo: Attitudes held by Setswana L1-speaking university students toward their L1 : new variables. – SAfrJAL 36/1, 2016, 1-13.

910 Ditsele, Thabo: Testing the impact of known variables on the attitudes held by Setswana L1-speaking university students towards their L1. – Literator 38/1, 2017, 15 p | E. & Afrikaans ab.

911 Ditsele, Thabo: Why not use Sepitori to enrich the vocabularies of Setswana and Sepedi? – SALALS 32/2, 2014, 215-228.

912 Hilton, Nanna Haug: University students’ context-dependent conscious attitudes towards the official South African languages. – SALALS 28/2, 2010, 123-132.

913 [Kamwendo, Gregory Hankoni] Kamwendo, Gregory; Hlongwa, Nobuhle; Mkhize, Nhlanhla: On medium of instruction and African scholarship : the case of Isizulu at the University of Kwazulu-Natal in South Africa. – CILP 15/1, 2014, 75-89.

914 Letsholo, Rose M.; Matlhaku, Keneilwe: Attitudes of University of Botswana Faculty of Humanities students towards minority languages. – SALALS 35/3, 2017, 245-257 | E. ab.

915 Lombard, Ellen: Students’ attitudes and preferences toward language of learning and teaching at the University of South Africa. – LM 48/3, 2017, 25-48 | E. ab.

916 Mbatha, T. A.: Ideologies shaping language choices : views of African students on Isizulu modules in higher education at the University of Kwazulu-Natal. – NJAS 25/2, 2016, 146-166 | E. ab.

917 Mojela, V. M.: Standardization or stigmatization? : challenges confronting lexicography and terminography in Sesotho sa Leboa. – Lexikos 18, 2008, 119-130 | E. & Afrikaans ab.

918 Moodley, Dianna Lynette: Bilingualism gridlocked at the University of KwaZulu-Natal. – NJAS 18/1, 2009, 22-27 | Electronic publ.

919 Msibi, Thabo; Rudwick, Stephanie Inge: Intersections of two isiZulu genderlects and the construction of skesana identities. – SPILPLUS 46, 2015, 51-66 | E. ab.

920 [Neethling, Siebert J.] Neethling, Bertie: Bynames as an expression of identity : a student profile at the University of the Western Cape. – (4), 23-38 | On Xhosa, Afrikaans and English names.

921 [Neethling, Siebert J.] Neethling, Bertie: Naming in the Muslim and Xhosa communities : a comparative analysis. – SAfrJAL 32/2, 2012, 161-166.

922 Nkosi, Zinhle Primrose: Postgraduate students’ experiences and attitudes towards isiZulu as a medium of instruction at the University of KwaZulu-Natal. – CILP 15/3, 2014, 245-264.

923 Rudwick, Stephanie Inge; Parmegiani, Andrea: Divided loyalties : Zulu vis-à-vis English at the University of KwaZulu-Natal. – LM 44/3, 2013, 89-107 | E. ab.

924 Rudwick, Stephanie Inge: Shifting norms of linguistic and cultural respect : hybrid sociolinguistic Zulu identities. – NJAS 17/2, 2008, 152-174 | Electronic publ.

925 Rudwick, Stephanie Inge: Zulu Varietäten als Ausdruck unterschiedlicher Kulturansprüche und Geschlechterverhältnisse im heutigen Südafrika. – ArOr 79/1, 2011, 27-45 | E. ab.

926 Siziba, Gugulethu: Language and identity negotiations : an analysis of the experiences of Zimbabwean migrants in Johannesburg, South Africa. – JACS 26/2, 2014, 173-188 | E. & Zulu ab.

927 Stell, Gerald: Ethnicity and codeswitching : ethnic differences in grammatical and pragmatic patterns of codeswitching in the Free State. – Pragmatics 22/3, 2012, 477-499.

928 Thamaga-Chitja, J. M.; [Mbatha, T. A.] Mbatha, T.: Enablers and barriers to multilingualism in South African university classrooms. – SALALS 30/3, 2012, 339-346 | On Zulu and English.

929 Wildsmith-Cromarty, Rosemary; Conduah, Aloysius N.: Issues of identity and African unity surrounding the introduction of an exogenous African language, Swahili, at tertiary level in South Africa. – IJBEB 17/6, 2014, 638-653 | E. ab.

10.1.2. LANGUAGE POLICY AND LANGUAGE PLANNING

930 Alberts, Mariëtta: National language and terminology policies – a South African perspective. – Lexikos 20, 2010, 599-620 | E. & Afrikaans ab.

931 Amtaika, Alexius: The power and authority of the dominant to name : a case study of selected Nyanja and isiZulu linguistic expressions regarding ‘national assets’. – JACS 26/1, 2014, 99-115.

932 Beukes, Anne-Marie: Challenges for South Africa’s medium-sized indigenous languages in higher education and research environments. – (117), 132-151.

933 Deumert, Ana: Imbodela zamakhumsha : reflections on standardization and destandardization. – Multilingua 29/3-4, 2010, 243-264 | Evidence from isiXhosa.

934 Hadebe, Vusumuzi: Communication policy and communication practice within the eThekwini Municipality. – SAfrJAL 29/2, 2009, 158-168.

935 Heugh, Kathleen: Harmonisation and South African languages : twentieth century debates of homogeneity and heterogeneity. – LPol 15/3, 2016, 235-255 | E. ab.

936 Hornberger, Nancy H.: On not taking language inequality for granted : Hymesian traces in ethnographic monitoring of South Africa’s multilingual language policy. – Multilingua 33/5-6, 2014, 623-645.

937 Kadenge, Maxwell: “Where art thou Sesotho?” : exploring the linguistic landscape of Wits University. – PerLinguam 31/1, 2015, 30-45 | E. ab.

938 Kamwendo, Gregory Hankoni; Dlamini, Nosisi Percis: Language planning at a cross-border university in Swaziland : the case of teaching and learning, research and institutional administration. – CILP 17/3-4, 2016, 298-310 | E. ab.

939 Khumalo, Langa: Intellectualization through terminology development. – Lexikos 27, 2017, 252-264 | E. & Afrikaans ab.

940 Mabuto, Morgen Peter; Ndlovu, Sambulo: Teaching under-resourced languages : an evaluation of Great Zimbabwe University’s initiatives in the teaching of Tshivenda and Xichangana. – SAfrJAL 34/1, 2014, 1-8.

941 Masoke-Kadenge, Emure; Kadenge, Maxwell: ‘Declaration without implementation’ : an investigation into the progress made and challenges faced in implementing the Wits language policy. – LM 44/3, 2013, 33-50 | E. ab.

942 Mesthrie, Rajend: Necessary versus sufficient conditions for using new languages in South African higher education : a linguistic appraisal. – JMMD 29/4, 2008, 325-340 | On the developing of Xhosa as a scientific language.

943 Mgqwashu, Emmanuel Mfanafuthi: On developing academic literacy in the mother tongue for epistemological access : the role of isiZulu as the LoLT in a South African University. – CILP 15/1, 2014, 90-103.

944 Mokibelo, Eureka B.: Communication strategies in primary schools in Botswana : interventions using cooks, teacher aides and learners. – CILP 17/2, 2016, 179-190 | E. ab.

945 Mutasa, Davie E.: Language policy implementation in South African universities vis-a-vis the speakers of indigenous African languages’ perception. – PerLinguam 31/1, 2015, 46-59 | E. ab.

946 Mutasa, Davie E.: Multilingual education in South African universities : a possibility or delusion? – SAfrJAL 34/1, 2014, 9-20.

947 Ndlovu, Eventhough: Mother tongue education in the official minority languages in Zimbabwe. – SAfrJAL 31/2, 2011, 229-242 | On Venda, Tonga, Nambya, Kalanga, Sotho and Shangani.

948 Ndlovu, Eventhough: Mother-tongue education in Venda : an ethnolinguistic vitality critique. – LM 46/3, 2015, 364-388 | E. ab.

949 [Neethling, Siebert J] Neethling, Bertie: Xhosa as medium of instruction in Higher Education : pie in the sky? – PerLinguam 26/1, 2010, 61-73 | E. ab.

950 Ngcobo, Sandiso: The struggle to maintain identity in higher education among Zulu-speaking students. – IJBEB 17/6, 2014, 695-713 | E. ab.

951 Phaahla, Pinkie: Economics of languages : the interplay between language planning and policy, and language practice in South Africa. – SAfrJAL 35/2, 2015, 181-188.

952 Pillay, Venitha; Yu, Ke: Multilingualism at South African universities : a quiet storm. – SALALS 33/4, 2015, 439-452.

953 Plessis, Theodorus du: Language planning from below : the case of the Xhariep District of the Free State Province. – CILP 11/2, 2010, 130-151.

954 Plessis, Theodorus du: The role of language policy in linguistic landscape changes in a rural area of the Free State Province of South Africa. – LM 43/2, 2012, 263-282 | E. ab.

955 Plessis, Theodorus du: The South African Language Rights Monitor and information on language policy and planning in South Africa. – LM 45/3, 2014, 378-400 | E. ab.

956 Pretorius, Elizabeth J.: Failure to launch : matching language policy with literacy accomplishment in South African schools. – IJSL 234, 2015, 47-76.

957 Ralarala, Monwabisi Knowledge: A compromise of rights, rights of language and rights to a language in Eugene Terre’Blanche’s (ET) trial within a trial : evidence lost in translation. – SPIL 41, 2012, 55-70 | E. ab.

958 Ranamane, Tlhabane D.: The contribution of the missionaries to the development of Setswana as a written language. – SAfrJAL 32/1, 2012, 27-33.

959 Rudwick, Stephanie Inge: Compulsory African language learning at a South African university. – LPLP 41/2, 2017, 115-135 | E., Zulu & Esperanto ab.

960 Turner, Noleen S.; Wildsmith-Cromarty, Rosemary: Challenges to the implementation of bilingual/multilingual language policies at tertiary institutions in South Africa (1995–2012). – LM 45/3, 2014, 295-312 | E. ab.

961 [Webb, Victor] Webb, Vic: Educators’ attitudes towards the role of isiZulu in education : additive rather than exclusive. – SALALS 31/2, 2013, 185-205.

10.1.4. LANGUAGE LOSS AND MAINTENANCE

962 Deumert, Ana: Xhosa in town (revisited) : space, place and language. – IJSL 222, 2013, 51-75.

963 Möller, Jana; Le Roux, Beth: Implementing constitutional language provisions through the Indigenous Language Publishing Programme. – SAfrJAL 37/2, 2017, 203-209 | E. ab.

964 Yu, Ke; Dumisa, Siphesihle: Community support : the missing link in indigenous language promotion in South Africa? – PerLinguam 31/1, 2015, 60-73 | E. ab.

10.2. MULTILINGUALISM, LANGUAGE CONTACT

965 Bylund, Emanuel: Unomathotholo or i-radio? : factors predicting the use of English loanwords among L1 isiXhosa–L2 English bilinguals. – JMMD 35/2, 2014, 105-120.

10.2.1. MULTILINGUALISM

966 Anthonissen, Christine: Managing linguistic diversity in a South African HIV/AIDS day clinic. – (132), 107-139 | E. ab.

967 Dowling, Tessa: Translated for the dogs : language use in Cape Town signage. – LM 43/2, 2012, 240-262 | E. ab.

968 Dowling, Tessa: ‘Welcome to proper mall’ : the language on signs in Diepsloot, Johannesburg. – SAfrJAL 34/1, 2014, 87-95.

969 Johanson Botha, Liz: Language learning, power, race and identity : white men, black language. – Bristol : Multilingual Matters, 2015. – xxv, 262 p. – (Encounters ; 4).

970 Kaschula, Russell H.; Maseko, Pamela; Dalvit, Lorenzo; Mapi, Thandeka; Nelani, Linda; Nosilela, Bulelwa; Sam, Msindisi: An intercultural approach to implementing multilingualism at Rhodes University, South Africa. – SPILPLUS 39, 2009, 45-61.

971 Ndimande-Hlongwa, Nobuhle; Ndebele, Hloniphani: Embracing African languages as indispensable resources through the promotion of multilingualism. – PerLinguam 33/1, 2017, 67-82 | E. ab.

972 Phaahla, Pinkie: Multilingualism in a global village : what is the future of a local language (e.g. Northern Sotho) in an increasingly globalized world? – SAfrJAL 30/1, 2010, 52-65.

973 Posel, Dorrit; Zeller, Jochen: Language shift or increased bilingualism in South Africa : evidence from census data. – JMMD 37/4, 2016, 357-370 | E. ab.

974 Sobane, Konosoang: Multilingual practices and language scaling in behavioural change communication on HIV/AIDS in Lesotho : the case of Phela health and development communications. – SPILPLUS 41, 2012, 107-115 | E. ab.

10.2.3. LANGUAGE CONTACT

975 Andrason, Alexander: The “exotic” nature of ideophones : from Khoekhoe to Xhosa. – SPIL 48, 2017, 139-150 | E. ab.

976 Ditsele, Thabo; Mann, Charles C.: Language contact in African urban settings : the case of Sepitori in Tshwane. – SAfrJAL 34/2, 2014, 159-165 | Sepitori is a mixed lg. based on Sepedi and Setswana.

977 Mahlangu, K. S.: Language contact and linguistic change : the case of Afrikaans and English influence on isiNdebele. – SAfrJAL 36/1, 2016, 25-31.

978 Maimane, Ketlalemang; Mathonsi, Nhlanhla: Phonological adaptations of foreign names into Sesotho : anthroponyms and toponyms. – NAfr 31/2, 2017, 183-190 | E. ab.

979 Mesthrie, Rajend: Pidginization versus second language acquisition : insights from basilang and mesolang varieties of Zulu as a second language. – (50), 323-342 | E. ab.

980 Ngcobo, Mtholeni N: Loan words classification in isiZulu : the need for a sociolinguistic approach. – LM 44/1, 2013, 21-38 | E. ab.

981 Pakendorf, Brigitte; Gunnink, Hilde; Sands, Bonny; Bostoen, Koen: Prehistoric Bantu-Khoisan language contact : a cross-disciplinary approach. – LgDC 7/1, 2017, 1-46 | E. ab.

982 Simango, Silvester Ron: “Amaphi ama-subjects eniwa-enjoy-ayo esikolweni?” : code-switching and language practices among bilingual learners in the Eastern Cape. – IJSL 234, 2015, 77-91.

983 Simango, Silvester Ron: When English meets isiXhosa in the clause : an exploration into the grammar of code-switching. – SALALS 29/2, 2011, 127-134.

984 Zsiga, Elizabeth C.; Boyer, One Tlale: Sebirwa in contact with Setswana : a natural experiment in learning an unnatural alternation. – (633), 343-366 | E. ab.

10.4. DIALECTOLOGY

985 Mulaudzi, Phalandwa Abraham: Cross-border language varieties : the case of Tshilembethu and Lembethu/ Chilembethu and their relationship with Tshivenḓa. – SALALS 29/4, 2011, 435-446.

11. COMPARATIVE LINGUISTICS

986 Andrason, Alexander; Visser, Marianna W.: Cognate objects of weather verbs in African languages of South Africa : from synchronic variation to a grammaticalization path. – SPIL 48, 2017, 151-160 | E. ab.

987 Ma, Xiujie; Simango, Silvester Ron: Encoding present situations in Mandarin Chinese and isiXhosa : a comparative study. – SPIL 43, 2014, 119-135 | E. ab.

11.1. HISTORICAL LINGUISTICS AND LANGUAGE CHANGE

988 Batibo, Herman M.: The origin and evolution of Setswana culture : a linguistic account. 48, 2016, 134-149 | E. ab.

11.2. LINGUISTIC TYPOLOGY, UNIVERSALS OF LANGUAGE

989 The conjoint/disjoint alternation in Bantu / Ed. by Jenneke van der Wal and Larry M. Hyman. – Berlin : De Gruyter Mouton, 2017. – x, 458 p. – (Trends in linguistics. Studies and monographs ; 301).

12. MATHEMATICAL AND COMPUTATIONAL LINGUISTICS

990 Faaß, Gertrud; Bosch, Sonja E.; Taljard, Elsabé: Towards a part-of-speech ontology : encoding morphemic units of two South African Bantu languages. – NJAS 21/3, 2012, 118-140 | Electronic publ.

991 Taljard, Elsabé; Faaß, Gertrud; Bosch, Sonja E.: Implementation of a part-of-speech ontology : morphemic units of Bantu languages. – NJAS 24/2, 2015, 146-168 | E. ab.

12.2.1. CORPUS LINGUISTICS

992 Bosch, Sonja E.; Pretorius, Laurette: Towards Zulu corpus clean-up, lexicon development and corpus annotation by means of computational morphological analysis. – SAfrJAL 31/1, 2011, 138-158.

993 Ndhlovu, Ketiwe: Using ParaConc to extract bilingual terminology from parallel corpora : a case of English and Ndebele. – Literator 37/2, 2016, 12 p | E. & Afrikaans ab.

994 Niekerk, Daniel van; Heerden, Charl van; Davel, Marelie; Kleynhans, Neil; Kjartansson, Oddur; Jansche, Martin; Ha, Linne: Rapid development of TTS corpora for four South African languages. – Interspeech, 2017, 2178-2182 | Afrikaans, isiXhosa, Sesotho and Setswana | E. ab.

995 Taljard, Elsabé; Faaß, Gertrud; Heid, Ulrich; Prinsloo, D. J.: On the development of a tagset for Northern Sotho with special reference to the issue of standardisation. – Literator 29/1, 2008, 111-137 | E. & Afrikaans ab.

12.3. COMPUTATIONAL LINGUISTICS

996 Anderson, Winston N.; Kotzé, Albert E.: Verbal extension sequencing : an examination from a computational perspective. – Literator 29/1, 2008, 43-63 | E. & Afrikaans ab.

997 Bosch, Sonja E.; Fellbaum, Christiane; Pala, Karel: Derivational relations in English, Czech and Zulu wordnets. – Literator 29/1, 2008, 139-162 | E. & Afrikaans ab.

998 Bosch, Sonja E.; Griesel, Marissa: Strategies for building wordnets for under-resourced languages : the case of African languages. – Literator 38/1, 2017, 12 p. | E. & Afrikaans ab.

999 Bosch, Sonja E.; Pretorius, Laurette; Fleisch, Axel: Experimental bootstrapping of morphological analysers for Nguni languages. – NJAS 17/2, 2008, 66-88 | Electronic publ.

1000 Faaß, Gertrud; Prinsloo, D. J.: A computational implementation of the Northern Sotho infinitive. – SAfrJAL 31/2, 2011, 281-301.

1001 Glarner, Thomas; Boenninghoff, Benedikt; Walter, Oliver; Haeb-Umbach, Reinhold: Leveraging text data for word segmentation for underresourced languages. – Interspeech, 2017, 2143-2147 | Experiments with Xitsonga and English | E. ab.

1002 Heid, Ulrich; Prinsloo, D. J.; Faaß, Gertrud; Taljard, Elsabé: Designing a noun guesser for part of speech tagging in Northern Sotho. – SAfrJAL 29/1, 2009, 1-19.

1003 Pretorius, Laurette; Bosch, Sonja E.: Containing overgeneration in Zulu computational morphology. – SALALS 26/2, 2008, 209-216.

1004 Pretorius, Laurette; Viljoen, Biffie; Berg, Ansu; Pretorius, Rigardt: Tswana finite state tokenisation. – LRE 49/4, 2015, 831-856 | E. ab.

1005 Pretorius, Laurette; Viljoen, Biffie; Pretorius, Rigardt; Berg, Ansu: Towards a computational morphological analysis of Setswana compounds. – Literator 29/1, 2008, 1-20 | E. & Afrikaans ab.

1006 Prinsloo, D. J.; Faaß, Gertrud; Taljard, Elsabé; Heid, Ulrich: Designing a verb guesser for part of speech tagging in Northern Sotho. – SALALS 26/2, 2008, 185-196.

1007 Schlünz, Georg I.; Dlamini, Nkosikhona; Krüger, Rynhardt P.: Part-of-speech tagging and chunking in text-to-speech synthesis for South African languages. – Interspeech, 2016, 3554-3558 | E. ab.

1008 Westhuizen, Ewald van der; Niesler, Thomas: Synthesising isiZulu-English code-switch bigrams using word embeddings. – Interspeech, 2017, 72-76 | E. ab.

13.1. ANTHROPONYMY

1009 Bagwasi, Mompoloki Mmangaka: The influence of multilingualism, Christianity and education in the formation of Bakalanga identity. – IJEL 2/2, 2012, 122-131.

1010 Koopman, Adrian: Uniqueness in the Zulu anthroponymic system. – Onoma 44, 2009 [2011], 69-91 | E., G. & Fr. ab.

1011 Mandende, Itani Peter: A study of Tshivenda personal names. – Pretoria : Univ. of South Africa, 2009. – x, 222 p. | Diss. at Univ. of South Africa, June 2009.

1012 Matlosa, Lits’episo: Sesotho orthography called into question : the case of some Sesotho personal names. – NAfr 31/1, 2017, 51-58 | E. ab.

1013 [Neethling, Siebert J.] Neethling, Bertie: Family names among the Xhosa of South Africa. – Onoma 44, 2009 [2011], 107-128 | E., G. & Fr. ab.

1014 [Neethling, Siebert J.] Neethling, Bertie: Xhosa first names : a dual identity in harmony or in conflict? – Names 56/1, 2008, 32-38.

1015 [Neethling, Siebert J.] Neethling, Bertie: Xhosa onomastics as part of indigenous knowledge systems (IKS). – Names 62/4, 2014, 218-228.

1016 Ngubane, Sihawukele E.: The socio-cultural and linguistic implications of Zulu names. – SAfrJAL 33/2, 2013, 165-172.

1017 Ngubane, Sihawukele E.; Thabethe, Nompumelelo: Shifts and continuities in Zulu personal naming practices. – Literator 34/1, 2013, 7 p. | E. & Afrikaans ab.

1018 Zulu, Nogwaja S.; Makoae, Aloysia Sebueng: Analysis of the metaphorical expression bitsolebe ke seromo in early Sesotho novels. – NAfr 31/1, 2017, 29-37 | E. ab.

13.2. TOPONYMY

1019 Koopman, Adrian: The names and the naming of Durban. – Onoma 42, 2007 (2010), 73-88 | E., Fr. & G. ab.

1020 Koopman, Adrian: The post-colonial identity of Durban. – OSLa 4/2, 2012, 133-159 | Electronic publ.

1021 [Meiring, Babs] Meiring, Barbara A.: Aspects of violence reflected in South African geographical names. – Werkwinkel 5/1, 2010, 95-112 | E. ab.

1022 Raper, Peter E.: The component Kwa- in Zulu placenames derived from Khoisan. – Names 57/3, 2009, 127-140.

1023 Raper, Peter E.: Descriptive Zulu placenames of San origin. – Names 57/1, 2009, 3-16.

13.3. NAME STUDIES OTHER THAN ANTHROPONYMY AND TOPONYMY

1024 Babane, Morris T.; Chauke, Mkhacani T.: The sociocultural aspects of Xitsonga dog names. – NAfr 31/1, 2017, 59-67 | E. ab.

1025 Koopman, Adrian: The toponymic status of Zulu school and shop names. – Onoma 44, 2009 [2011], 55-67 | E., Fr. & G. ab.

1026 Koopman, Adrian: Zulu cattle names. – BNF 50/3-4, 2015, 319-333.

3. Khoisan

1027 Besten, Hans den: The Dutch pidgins of the Old Cape colony. – (509), 95-121 | Translation of LB 1992, 22932.

1028 Beyond ‘Khoisan’ : historical relations in the Kalahari Basin / Ed. by Tom Güldemann ;Anne-Maria Fehn. – Amsterdam : Benjamins, 2014. – xii, 331 p. – (Current issues in linguistic theory ; 330).

1029 Blench, Roger M.: Was there an interchange between Cushitic pastoralists and Khoisan speakers in the prehistory of Southern Africa and how this can be detected? – SUGIA 20, 2009, 31-49.

1030 Chebanne, Andy; Dlali, Mawande: Tsua lexical borrowing from Setswana. – SAfrJAL 37/1, 2017, 99-107 | E. ab.

1031 Chebanne, Andy: The !Xóõ-English-Setswana Trilingual Dictionary in preparation : an experience. – (51), 71-88.

1032 Haacke, Wilfried H. G.; Eiseb, Eliphas; Gericke, Christine: Khoekhoegowab-Afrikaans : glossarium = Afrikaans-Khoekhoegowab : mîdi saogub. – Windhoek, Namibia : Macmillan Education Namibia, 2010. – vii, 407 p.

1033 Haacke, Wilfried H. G.: Lexical borrowing by Khoekhoegowab from Cape Dutch and Afrikaans. – SPILPLUS 47, 2015, 59-74 | E. ab.

1034 Haacke, Wilfried H. G.: Nama als Sprachbennenung in der Kolonallinguistik Deutsch-Südwestafrikas : zwischen Endonym und Exonym. – (52), 139-160.

1035 Haacke, Wilfried H. G.: Verb serialisation in northern dialects of Khoekhoegowab : convergence or divergence? – (1028), 125-152.

1036 Heine, Bernd; König, Christa: Observations on observations : on typological features of hunter-gatherer languages. – (16), 127-143 | On Akie, !Xun, ǁAni, Kalenjin and Nama | E. ab.

1037 Ketsi, Kavila Lititinga; Cassanga, Antonio Luciano; Cativa, Manuel; Domingas, Helena; Tchilunda, Fernando: Ortografia padrão unificada da língua !Xun : orthografia padrão unificada das língua Khoi e San (África do Sul, Angola, Botswana e Namibia) / António Ndalo (falante mais velho). – Cape Town : CASAS, 2014. – iii, 24 p. – (Monograph series [CASAS] ; 259) | [Unified standard spelling of the !Xun language : unified standard spelling of the Khoi and San languages (South Africa, Angola, Botswana and Namibia)].

1038 McGranaghan, Mark: ‘My name did float along the road’ : naming practices and |Xam Bushman identities in the 19th-century Karoo (South Africa). – AfrS 74/3, 2015, 270-289.

1039 Raper, Peter E.: Tshwane, a San name for Pretoria, South Africa. – Names 56/4, 2008, 221-230.

1040 Seidel, A.: Nama (Sprache der Nama-Hottentotten) : kurzgefaßte Grammatik, analysierte Lesestücke nebst einem nama-deutschen und deutsch-nama Wörterbuch. – München : LINCOM Europa, 2011. – 68 p. – (LINCOM gramatica ; 103) | Originally publ. in Vienna, 1892.

1041 Southern African Khoisan kinship systems / Alan Barnard ; Gertrud Boden (eds.). – Köln : Köppe, 2014. – 301 p. – (Quellen zur Khoian-Forschung = Researcin Khoisan studies ; 30) | References, p. 281-301.

1042 Vossen, Rainer: Patterns of linguistic convergence in the Khoe-speaking area of Southern Africa. – (13), 189-200.

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