Preserving Indigenous languages through literature is being celebrated by three Durban authors. Among them, 24-year-old, Zakhele Mazibuko.
Babylon was once hanging gardens and opulent temples before parts were excavated and smuggled to Europe. A bastion for Saddam Hussein, then the forces overthrowing him.
Arts and Culture Deputy Minister, Maggie Sotyu, says the responsibility to protect and preserve indigenous languages cannot be government’s alone.
Thursday marks international mother language day. The day was proclaimed by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) in 1999.
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (Unesco) says 2019’s celebration of World Radio Day, underscores the medium’s ability to encourage understanding and foster new perspectives.