Kannemeyer (31 March 1939 – 25 December 2011) was an authority on Afrikaans literature and a well-known biographer of Afrikaans writers, and published numerous books on the history of Afrikaans literature.
For his Afrikaans opera Everson received in 2007 a posthumous acknowledgement from the ATKV (Afrikaans Language- and Cultural society).
The initial issue is the use of Afrikaans in the all-black school.
... Potchefstroom, Pretoria, Rand Afrikaans University and Stellenbosch).
It is considered to be either an Afrikaans-based creole language or a dialect of Afrikaans proper.
In 1919 she founded the Afrikaans-Hollandse Leesunie and created an influential monthly womans magazine, Die Boerevrou, the first woman's magazine in afrikaans.
As lecturer he evaluated Afrikaans poems and stories and helped young students to better their Afrikaans.
"Hadogenes gunningi", commonly known as Gunning's rock scorpion or Rotsskerpioene in afrikaans, is a small species of scorpion of the genus "Hadogenes".
Afrikaans folklore is the body of traditional literature, music, dance and customs present in Afrikaans-speaking cultures.
Similar use of two negating particles can also be found in Afrikaans: "Hy kan nie Afrikaans praat nie" ("He cannot speak Afrikaans").
'Seëngebed' (translated from Afrikaans as 'blessing prayer') is Hoogendyk's Afrikaans rendition of Nkosi Sikelel' iAfrika, South Africa's national anthem, and was performed with Afrikaans singer, Coenie de Villiers.
Writing about technical issues in Afrikaans, the world's youngest language, presented motoring journalists at "Wiel" magazine with unique challenges and opportunities to debate and create new Afrikaans words that capture technical processes.
In 1991, she received an award from the "Afrikaans Chamber of Commerce" for her services to Afrikaans music.
(28 August 1875, in Swellendam – 7 September 1975, in Waaihoek) was an Afrikaans writer, and co-founder of the Voortrekkers youth movement.
In October 2007 Pearson Education appointed Jana Luther, inter alia former senior editor of the "Pharos Afrikaans-English-English-Afrikaans Dictionary" (2005) and co-editor of the "Pharos Afrikaans-English-English-Afrikaans Concise Dictionary" (2007), as dictionary compiler and publisher.
"Looking on Darkness" (Afrikaans: " [...] ") is a 1973 novel by prominent Afrikaans novelist Andre Brink. The novel was the first Afrikaans book to be banned by the South African government.
Based on [...] (...), called "gīn" [...] , historically used in the Arabic Afrikaans script to spell [...] in Afrikaans.
Kromdraai (means crooked turn in afrikaans) is a fossil-bearing breccia-filled cave located about [...] east of the well-known South African hominid-bearing site of Sterkfontein and about [...] northwest of Johannesburg, South Africa.
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