Learn isiXhosa and the culture of amaXhosa

The Institute for Justice and Reconciliation (IJR) will be starting a series of introductory isiXhosa classes tomorrow.

The classes are conducted by Len Keating, and he will lead attendees in an introduction to the language and culture of amaXhosa (Xhosa people).

Keating, a business consultant and storyteller, has led Xhosa lessons for a while, most notable conducting Xhosa lessons in Hout Bay.

It basically takes you from zero to having the ability to engage on social basis with chit-chats

Len Keating

The classes will take place on the 13, 20, 27 of august at IJR’s office at 105 Hatfield Street, Gardens.

Listen to the full conversation on The John Maytham Show:


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