Tag Archives: isiXhosa

UBuntu Bridge South African Schools Vernacular Proposal 2016 and Beyond

  BACKGROUND: Over the last 10 years UBuntu Bridge has been developing a vision around the issue of language diversity and continued cultural and economic segregation in South Africa.  We believe it addresses multiple issues in our society, and provides viable suggestions for solving them. It has been based on  personal experience and journey of […]

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Makhosi on Bush Radio

On the 21st of February every year The United Nations’ (UN) International Mother Language Day celebrates language diversity and variety worldwide. On this day, Craig Makhosi Charnock, UBuntu Bridge’s founder, was featured on Bush Radio 89.5 FM to talk about his Xhosa learning journey. Take a listen to Makhosi and his fascinating story and get a sneak-peak […]

UBuntu Bridge’s School Language learning – SAPA Speech and Slides

I gave this speech to the South Africa Principal’s Association back in 2013. Greeting Hello everyone, Goeie Middag.  Molweni.  Ninjani?  Ndiyaphila.   NguCraig igama lam.  NguCharnock ifani yam.  Ningandibiza Makhosi. Ndiyavuya kakhulu ukunibona apha namhlanje.    Kodwa ke ndizakuthetha isilungu ngoku kuba baninzi abazundiqonda! Uyabo? (Hi everyone, how are you?  I’m good. Craig is my first […]