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The Institute for African Cultures and Anthropology was founded in Bandundu, Congo-Kinshasa, in 1965 by the Austrian missionary Hermann Hochegger. The site primarily gives an insight into the institute's publications including mostly extensive summaries of the books. [editors ilissAfrica]
web.archive.org/web/20080331122651/http://www.ceeba.at/
Five tales / pieces of oral literature written down (Xhosa, South Africa; Lenje, Zambia; Congo; Mbuti; Congo; Lamba, Zambia).Unfortunately, there is little background information about the tales, the videos do not function either. There are interactive questions to each story. [editors ilissAfrica]
uw-african.bitnamiapp.com/drupal/storyteller
Among others, on this site you will find all volumes of Æquatoria in full text.The history of the Centre Æquatoria began, strictly speaking, at its foundation in 1979-1980, but its origins date back to 1937. In that year, Fathers Edmond Boelaert (1899-1966) and Gustaaf Hulstaert (1900-1990), two Belgian ... [supplemented]
www.aequatoria.be
Site of the Center of the Negro-African Script in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The CNAS does research on the Mandombe script, invented 1978 by David Wabeladio Payi, a follower of the Kimbanguist Church, in a kind of divine inspiration. The site offers information about the script, its invention, ... [editors ilissAfrica]
www.mandombe.info
Online magazine from Congo-Kinshasa entirely in Lingala, with short stories, a dictionary French <=> Lingala and more. [editors ilissAfrica]
www.suka-epoque.de
Publications of Prof. Akinlabi with many fulltext documents for the following languages: Lokaa, Yoruba, Ibibio, Agbirigba (based on the Ogbakiri dialect of Ikwere, an Igboid language), Nkoroo (Nigeria), Kinande (Democratic Republic of the Congo / DRC / Congo-Kinshasa), and Ngwo (Cameroon). His focus is ... [editors ilissAfrica]
www.rci.rutgers.edu/~akinlabi/
Small dictionary / word list for a Swahili dialect / pidgin that is spoken in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (Kinshasa), also known as Kingwana. The pidgin is a mixture of Swahili, Lingala and some other Congolese languages. [editors ilissAfrica]
users.skynet.be/aloube/lexique.htm#le%20dico%20des%20batoto
Wikipedia site in Lingala - Democratic Republic of the Congo (Kongo-Kinshasa). At present (17.01.08), there are 1,010 articles. [editors ilissAfrica]
ln.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lok%C3%A1s%C3%A1_ya_libos%C3%B3
Wikipedia site in Kituba (Kikongo) - Democratic Republic of the Congo (Kongo-Kinshasa). At present (17.01.08), there are 287 articles. [editors ilissAfrica]
kg.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lukaya_ya_ntete
Learn Lingala with this site. You will find the first two lessons (there are more to come), grammar, a dictionary French-Lingala / Lingala-French and links to other webistes relevant for Lingala and for African languages in general. [editors ilissAfrica]
pagesperso-orange.fr/pascal.grouselle/index.htm
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