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Introducing Siboniso

Siboniso Mbongisen Langa has been part of the Ulwazi team for the past two years, contributing articles every month in his role as a fieldworker. In addition to being a contributing author for the Ulwazi Programme, Siboniso is also a practicing poet and Development Practitioner, and works as an intern at the National Heritage Council. […]

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Your Home Language Misses you!

Traditionally an exclusively Afrikaans event the Pendoring Advertising Awards have come 360 degrees and now celebrate all of South Africa’s indigenous languages! With the strap line, “Your Home Language Misses You”, the awards aim to promote and stimulate the use of local languages in advertising. Rather than encouraging the translation of advertisements from English, Pendoring want to see […]

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Competition Time!

In celebration of Ulwazi’s tenth birthday (happy birthday to us!) we’re holding a lucky draw! Three lucky winners will win a set of six fascinating books that form part of the Indigenous Knowledge Library published by Cambridge University Press. All you have to do is like us on Facebook or subscribe to the Ulwazi mailing list. And […]

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Inhlolovo ye-Ulwazi Programme / Ulwazi Programme Survey

Inhlolovo ye-Ulwazi Programme I-Ulwazi Programme eyabasebenzisi bayo. Imibhalo yethu siyibhalela wena futhi sithanda ukwazi ukuthi uthanda ukufunda ngani. Sicela usazise ngokugcwalisa le nhlolovo (CHOFOZA LAPHA) ukuze ube sethubeni lokuwina i-airtime ka-R250! Ulwazi Programme Survey The Ulwazi Programme is about its users. We write articles for you and want to know what you want to read […]

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Singer and guitarist, Lizwi Mbatha

Rising Star, Lizwi Mbatha!

Every Friday SAFM hosts the Friday Music Windown, and last week the show shone the spotlight on Durban based artist, Lizwi Mbatha. Born Nokuphiwa Mbatha, Lizwi’s music is described as “an Afro tribal fusion of dance music and African acoustics”, and takes as its starting point the sounds of the late Busi Mhlongo, who was a source of […]

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Meet the Ulwazi App

Always looking for more ways to interact with our subscribers, the Ulwazi Programme is excited to introduce our new Android app available for download via the Google Play store! The app allows direct access to the Ulwazi Programme website at the click of a button, making it even easier for readers to access, or contribute, new […]

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