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Language and Identities in a Postcolony

Southern African perspectives


Rosalie Finlayson and Sarah Slabbert

Contents: Edwin N. Wilmsen: Preface – Sarah Slabbert/Rosalie Finlayson: Introduction: Language and Identity – Nkonko M. Kamwangamalu: Language, Social History, and Identity: The coloured community of Wentworth, Durban – Juliet Thondhlana: Language and Identity in Zimbabwe – Nigel Crawhall: Too Good to Leave Behind: The N ǀ u language and the ǂKhomani people of Gordonia District – Ernst Kotzé/Theresa Biberauer: Language and Identity: The case of Afrikaans in the United Kingdom – Elizabeth de Kadt/Busayo Olamide Ige: Finding «Space» in South Africa: Constructing identity as a Nigerian – Neville Alexander: Linguistic Diversity, Harmonization and Sub-National Identities in Post-Apartheid South Africa – Andrew Chebanne: Language and Identity Across the Borders: The case of Setswana in Botswana and South Africa – Mbulungeni Madiba: Integration and National Identity in South Africa: A dilemma for linguistic minorities – Karen Calteaux: I am ... I said ... Language Planning for Identity.