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Vol. 58 No. 1 (2024): Journal for Language Teaching
Our special issue: The African way
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SPECIAL ISSUE: Creating opportunities to explore issues around the epistemological and ontological assumptions of African languages acquisition and learning: The African way.

Our bumper issue contains articles written in seven languages: Xitsonga, isiZulu, Siswati, Setswana, Sepedi, Luganda, and Kiswahili, reflecting the rich linguistic diversity of the African continent.

What distinguishes this issue is that it may be the only one published in South Africa exclusively in African languages, focusing on the teaching of African languages. Throughout this process, we have gained significant insights as we ventured into what may be uncharted territory, and we hope that this issue serves as a trailblazer, paving the way for more works of this nature. (Editor's note).

Editor-in-Chief: Dr Kabelo Sebolai
Guest editors: Dr Nkhensani Maluleke, Dr Connie Makgabo, Dr Refilwe Ramakgoshi, DrXolani Khohliso, Dr Edward Masembe, Dr Issaya Lupogo, Dr Remah Lubambo

Published: 2024-07-05



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Journal for Language Teaching
Ijenali Yekufundzisa Lulwimi
Tydskrif vir Taalonderrig

JLTJournal for Language Teaching is an open access, peer reviewed, DHET accredited journal. Its focus is on the publication of research in the domains of language teaching, applied linguistics and language practice.  Read more ...