Their topics include the history of the Franconian tone contrast, grounding Nguni
depressor effects, Livonian stod, and synchronic alterations between monophthongs and diphthongs in Franconian tone accent dialects: a metrical approach.
Founded in 2005, Qhubeka [meaning "to progress" or "to move forward" in the Nguni
language] is meant to help people achieve more.
He does so by comparing several Nguni
languages --especially isiZulu, isiXhosa and isiNdebele--over a long period of time along with contemporary interviews and linguistic corpora.
Qhubeka is an Nguni
word that means "to carry on" , "to progress" , "to move forward" .
The Speaker made the remarks at the first public goat auctioning event in Nguni
Market in Mwingi central.
Muchenje V, Dzama K, Chimonyo M, Raats JG and PE Strydom Meat quality of Nguni
, Bonsmara and Aberdeen Angus steers raised on natural pasture in the Eastern Cape, South Africa.
As the art and science of learning and teaching that is undergirded by humanity toward others, Ubuntugogy hinges upon the African philosophy and way of life called ubuntu--a word from the Southern African Nguni
language family (IsiNdebele, IsiSwati/IsiSwazi, IsiXhosa, and IsiZulu) meaning humanity, fellow feeling, or kindness.
Relationship between nutritionally related blood metabolites and gastrointestinal parasites in Nguni
Goats of South Africa.
Farm to abattoir conditions and their subsequent effects on behavioural and physiological changes and the quality of beef from extensively-reared Nguni
and non-descript steers [PhD thesis].
This realization is congruent with the Southern African ethical philosophy of ubuntu (in the Nguni
languages), or botho (in the Sotho and Tswana languages), which expresses self or humanness in terms of relational and dialogic processes of becoming and in terms of an ethic of care for others (Harrison, Pithouse-Morgan, Conolly, & Meyiwa, 2012; Mkhize, 2004; Reddy, Meyer, Shefer, & Meyiwa, 2014).
ubuntu as it is known in the Nguni
languages of southern African, only if (and even insofar as) one relates communally, by sharing a way of life with others and caring for their qualify of life.
Incidentally, tetanus does not have a universally accepted name in the Sotho and Nguni