Site created by Dr. Mukasa E. Ssemakula, Associate Professor at the Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. You will find extensive information on Buganda, its history, culture, politics, society etc. [editors ilissAfrica]
Wikipedia site in Ganda (Luganda), Uganda. At present, there are 20 articles. Two pages are interesting for the moment: One presents the titels of the chapters of the Bible in Ganda (http://lg.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baibuli) and the other presents a few countries (http://lg.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Ensi). [editors ilissAfrica]
Site created by Dr. Mukasa E. Ssemakula, Associate Professor at the Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. Especially interesting: the Basic Luganda Grammar and the Luganda Phrasebook. [editors ilissAfrica]
The site mainly contains Kiingi's Ph. D. Thesis as a full text document: Kiingi, Kibuuja B., 1989: A Systematic Approach to the Problem of the Expressional Modernization in the Formal and Natural Sciences: The case of Luganda. Unpublished Ph. D Thesis, University of Bielefeld, Germany (Source: DNB). Furthermore, a few updates of the thesis and a list of researchers working on the same topic. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
Audio files for the following languages: Akan / Twi, Bambara, Hausa, Swahili, Luganda, Shona und Wolof. The following languages have restricted access. Zulu (only pronouns and class exercises), Sesotho (Southern Sotho) and Setswana. You have to download and install a security software to use them (the Culture Capsules also have restricted access). Unfortunately, most of the audio files have no bibliography, accompanying texts or translations, so that you can only listen to the examples, dialogues or stories read aloud. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
Although the site has a lot of ads, the basic vocabulary you can learn from there is useful. Some languages also have audio examples. The quiz or exercise is also a nice feature whereby you can put your vocabulary knowledge to a test. The following African languages are available: Dagaare, Luganda, Sesotho (Southern Sotho), Swahili, Tswana, Wolof, Xhosa, Zulu. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
Published in Luganda, seven days per week. Circulation ABC - 14300.Bukedde is the most brand loyal newspaper in Uganda and is an integral part of the average working Ugandan's day. Focusing on the human side of life, the newspaper attracts up to 15 readers per copy. Bukedde is also the only daily newspaper with a dedicated section on the Kabaka, the Buganda cultural king, and is highly regarded as the formal authority on the Kabaka and his people.
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Bukedde is published by the same company as New Vision, which is one of the two most read newspapers in Uganda, close to the government but nevertheless critical.
[editors ilissAfrica] With archive since 2004. Registration required. Free internet resource....
The most interesting feature on this site is the Luganda <=> English dictionary which also has some audio examples for pronunciation. Furthermore, there are interactive crosswords in Luganda. You can also inform yourself about three Ugandan painters and their work, see Ugandan videos (music and other genres), read news etc. [editors ilissAfrica]
The African Studies Program at the Indiana University offers a lot of resources for the study of African languages. The "African language materials" under "IUB Language Lab" and the "Folk Tales and Songs" are freely accessible. They offer audiofiles and texts (oral literature, lyrics of songs) for the following languages: Bambara / Bamanankan, Zulu, Swahili, Twi / Akan, Wolof, Yoruba, Xhosa, Shona, Afrikaans, Amharic, Hausa, Southern Sotho / Sesotho, Tswana, Luganda. ... [editors ilissAfrica]