Articles by Author: Jv Ndimande

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  1. Nicknames of South African soccer teams and players as symbols of approbation in a multilingual and multicultural country

    Nicknames of South African soccer teams and players as symbols of approbation in a multilingual and multicultural country

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of African Languages
    This article deals with the nicknames of South African soccer players and their teams. The nicknames (izidlaliso/izibongelo in isiZulu) are coined by players, supporters and managers of the teams. The nicknames were collected from the weekly South African newspaper entitled...
  2. Embracing the use of African languages as additional languages of teaching and learning in KwaZulu-Natal schools

    Embracing the use of African languages as additional languages of teaching and learning in KwaZulu-Natal schools

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of African Languages
    This article posits that the implementation of language policy in South Africa and particularly in the KwaZulu- Natal Department of Education remains a challenge, notwithstanding existing attempts by policies to promote multilingualism and guard against the use of language to...
  3. Ukuhlaziywa kwemizwa ecashile equkethwe amagama emizi yakwaMkhwanazi KwaSomkhele

    Ukuhlaziywa kwemizwa ecashile equkethwe amagama emizi yakwaMkhwanazi KwaSomkhele

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of African Languages
    Leli phepha liphenya ngokwethiwa kwamagama emizi yakwaMkhwanazi ngenhloso yokuhlaziya imizwa ecashile equkethwe amagama. Kuleli phepha kusetshenziswe indlela yekhwalithethivu ukuqoqa ulwazi obeludingeka, ngoba bekugxilwe kuphela emizini yakwaMkhwanazi kwaSomkhele, eMtubatuba. Kube nezingxoxo nabantu abadala bakulesi sizwe abasikhanyisele ngomlando wamagama emizi. Kwenziwa uhlaka...
  4. Defying ideological misconceptions through information and communication technology localisation in Higher Education

    Defying ideological misconceptions through information and communication technology localisation in Higher Education

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of African Languages
    This article seeks to provide a critique on various ideological misconceptions regarding the integration of information and communication technology (ICT) and African languages in higher education. It further seeks to provide insight into various ICT localisation opportunities within the higher...
  5. An exploration of the reasons women give for choosing legal termination of pregnancy at Soshanguve Community Health Centre, Pretoria, South Africa

    An exploration of the reasons women give for choosing legal termination of pregnancy at Soshanguve Community Health Centre, Pretoria, South Africa

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Family Practice
    Background: Termination of pregnancy (TOP) is one of the most commonly performed gynaecological procedures in the world and was legalised in South Africa in 1996 with the passing of the Choice on Termination of Pregnancy Act, 1996 (Act No. 29...
  6. Awareness of the Ward Based Outreach Team and the services offered by the programme in the Tshwane health district, South Africa

    Awareness of the Ward Based Outreach Team and the services offered by the programme in the Tshwane health district, South Africa

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Family Practice
    Background: The Ward Based Outreach Team (WBOT) is an organised team approach to a healthcare system based on the principles of epidemiology, primary health care, preventive medicine and health promotion. Globally, it has become a primary care response to many...
  7. Households’ satisfaction with the healthcare services rendered by a ward-based outreach team in Tshwane district, Pretoria, South Africa

    Households’ satisfaction with the healthcare services rendered by a ward-based outreach team in Tshwane district, Pretoria, South Africa

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Family Practice
    Introduction: Households’ satisfaction is an important and commonly used indicator for measuring quality in health care. An amelioration of primary health care services at the level of households, by utilising community health workers, has led to a good healthcare system...