Browsing Research Articles (African Languages) by Author "Mojalefa, M.J. (Mawatle Jeremiah), 1948-"

Browsing Research Articles (African Languages) by Author "Mojalefa, M.J. (Mawatle Jeremiah), 1948-"

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  • Mojalefa, M.J. (Mawatle Jeremiah), 1948-; Makgato, M.M.; Mojalefa, Jerry (Bureau for Scholarly Journals, 2007)
    The aim of this article is to reclassify Setswana short stories according to their treatment of female characters. Critics such as Ranamane have classified Setswana literary works according to year of publication, without ...
  • Mojalefa, M.J. (Mawatle Jeremiah), 1948-; Mojalefa, Jerry (African Language Association of Southern Africa, 2009)
    This article aims to explore the divinatory poems of Johannes Mokgwadi with special reference to their structure, role and tools of performance in the art of divination as practised still today by the Bapedi in some rural ...
  • Mojalefa, M.J. (Mawatle Jeremiah), 1948-; Mojalefa, Jerry (Editorial Garsi, 2010)
    In this article, Shika Kgomedi Lekgothoane's artistic poetic works collected in ‘Praises of Animals in Northern Sotho’ (Van Warmelo, 1937) are assessed on three parts: a biographical sketch, a text and a reader in order ...
  • Mojalefa, M.J. (Mawatle Jeremiah), 1948-; Magapa, N.I.; Mojalefa, Jerry (Bureau for Scholarly Journals, 2007-04)
    The aim of this article is to illustrate the importance of the concept "mystery" in the classification of Sepedi detective stories. Mystery is therefore first defined, and then some rules governing how mystery is created ...
  • Mojalefa, M.J. (Mawatle Jeremiah), 1948-; Mojalefa, Jerry (OpenJournals Publishing, 2011-11)
    Mopedi knows the sun, planets (stars), constellations and stars by names, but has a number of misconceptions different from other biblical nations regarding the universe. Every day is believed to bring a new sun and it ...
  • Mojalefa, Jerry; Mojalefa, M.J. (Mawatle Jeremiah), 1948- (South African Asociation for Language Teaching, 2008)
    The New Sepedi Dictionary is a concise translating bilingual dictionary. Even though the compilers claim that this dictionary is very user-friendly, this can be queried. Accordingly, the main aim of this article is to ...