Part of
Focus on South Africa
Edited by Vivian de Klerk
[Varieties of English Around the World G15] 1996
► pp. 175
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Cited by 14 other publications

Bamgbo, Ay
2003. A Recurring Decimal: English in Language Policy and Planning. World Englishes 22:4  pp. 419 ff. DOI logo
Bamgboṣe, Ayọ
2019. A Recurring Decimal. In The Handbook of World Englishes,  pp. 657 ff. DOI logo
Botha, Werner, Bertus van Rooy & Susan Coetzee‐van Rooy
2021. South African Englishes: A contemporary bibliography. World Englishes 40:1  pp. 136 ff. DOI logo
Coetzee-Van Rooy, A. S. & M. M. Verhoef
2000. Perceptions of English Proficiency: Views From Southern Sotho Speakers. South African Journal of Linguistics 18:sup38  pp. 163 ff. DOI logo
De Klerk, Vivian & David Gough
2002. Black South African English. In Language in South Africa,  pp. 356 ff. DOI logo
Ndebele, Hloniphani & Nobuhle Ndimande-Hlongwa
2019. Impediments in promoting the functional status of African languages in higher education. Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies 37:2  pp. 91 ff. DOI logo
Posel, Dorrit, Mark Hunter & Stephanie Rudwick
2022. Revisiting the prevalence of English: language use outside the home in South Africa. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 43:8  pp. 774 ff. DOI logo
Reagan, Timothy
2019. Afrikaans, Language of Oppression to Language of Freedom: ‘Dit is ons erns’. In Linguistic Legitimacy and Social Justice,  pp. 243 ff. DOI logo
Reagan, Timothy
2020. A twelfth official language? The constitutional future of South African Sign Language. Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies 38:1  pp. 73 ff. DOI logo
Taylor, Solange G.
2002. Multilingual Societies and Planned Linguistic Change:New Language‐in‐Education Programsin Estonia and South Africa. Comparative Education Review 46:3  pp. 313 ff. DOI logo
van der Walt, Christa
1997. English as a Language of Learning in South Africa: Whose English? Whose Culture?. Language Awareness 6:2-3  pp. 183 ff. DOI logo
VAN ROOY, BERTUS
2008. An alternative interpretation of tense and aspect in Black South African English. World Englishes 27:3-4  pp. 335 ff. DOI logo
van Rooy, Bertus
2019. English in Africa. In The Cambridge Handbook of World Englishes,  pp. 210 ff. DOI logo
van Rooy, Bertus, Sanet van Rooyen & Herman van Wyk
2000. An Assessment of High School Pupils' Attitudes Towards the Pronunciation of Black South African English. South African Journal of Linguistics 18:sup38  pp. 187 ff. DOI logo

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