Ten indigenous language dictionaries have been published in South Africa, contributing to language development of various groups of people.
702 and Cape Talk's John Webb spoke to Terence Ball, publisher at the SA National Lexicography Unit, about the new development.
Listen to the interview below:
The most multilingual people in South Africa are black urban Gautengers, followed by white rural South Africans.— Terence Ball, publisher at SA National Lexicography Unit
This is the first stage of what will be published in the very near future. That includes government departments and the private sector.— Terence Ball, publisher at SA National Lexicography Unit
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