​Izzit? – SA languages north of the Limpopo 

Languages speak of shared pasts” (Mail & Guardian, 4 Jan. 2017)

Shoks Mzolo investigates how it is that remnants and varieties of South African languages migrated north of the Limpopo and Zambezi rivers, and how they have survived and changed so that forms of Xhosa and Zulu are still spoken there in the twenty-first century.

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