The Publishers' Association of South Africa (PASA) is the official body representing the South African publishing industry. You will find a lot of information on publishing and literature in South Africa (incl. conferences et al.). Among others, you will find a directory of more than 180 members (publishers), which can also be browsed by subject (e.g. which publishers for African languages?); moreover you can find the online bibliographies "Writings in Nine Tongues" (from 2007 onwards) which list literature published in South Africa in 9 South African languages. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
NERCPAL is a consortium that supports the teaching and learning of African Languages in the North-Eastern United States. This website was launched in April 2008, in conjunction with NERCPAL's Spring meeting, to build links between the organization and broader academic communities, and to share its resources with teachers, professors, and students around the world.This website aims to help instructors integrate materials on African languages into their courses, and to assist professors of African languages with pedagogical tools. ... [according to site editor’s information]
Background information on the wotk of the society, the history of bible translation into different South African languages etc. Moreover, you can read the bible online in Zulu, twi different Xhisa version and Northern Sotho (Pedi / Sepedi) (you can jump very easily to different chapters).