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Very detailed and extensive site about Sesotho / Southern Sotho: an extensive dictionary in different versions, grammar, teaching resources, exercises (incl. crosswords etc), a bibliography of secondary and primary literature in Southern Sotho, research done (partly including full texts), background information on the language and its speakers (the Basotho), proverbs, oral literature, first names and much more. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
MUSTER focused on generating new understandings of teacher education before, during and after the point of initial qualification as a teacher. Its concerns included exploring how new teachers are identified and selected for training programmes, how they acquire the skills they need to teach effectively, and how they experience training and induction into the teaching profession. The research included analytical concerns with the structure and organisation of teacher education, the form and substance of teacher education curriculum, the identity, roles and cultural experience of trainee teachers, and the costs and probable benefits of different types of initial teacher training.
The MUSTER Discussion Paper Series and the MUSTER Research Reports are dowloadable for free.
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Full text document of the book, available free of charge. [editors ilissAfrica]
Collection of Prof. Scheub who does extensive research on oral literatures in southern African countries. This site offers you pictures of storytellers, recorded stories and the fulltext of Prof. Scheub's book "South African Voices" including transcripts of stories (in the original language), audio files of the stories told and interviews with the storytellers. ... [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]
Bareenere Literature Festival took shape in March 2011 as a month-long series of weekly events dedicated to topics of arts and literature. The vision was brought to life through an innovative blend of public conversations, film screenings, storytelling performances, book readings and art installations. The annual event brings together writers, readers, students artists, publishers, creatives and state officials in dialog about promoting and supporting the world of arts and literature in Lesotho. ... [according to site editor's information]
Website about the Morija Festival of arts and culture in lesotho. You will find pictures of passed festivals, a short history of Lesotho and the festival and information about further sights in Lesotho. [editors ilissAfrica]