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Periodical articleKouega, Jean-Paul (2009)
Telephone openings and goodbyes in Cameroon pidgin English (CPE)
Abstract presentAnnales de la Faculté des Arts, Lettres et Sciences Humaines. Volume 1 #10. p. 45-60.

BookMinistry of Education and Vocational Training, Dar es Salaam (2009)
See this documentEnglish language academic syllabus for diploma in secondary education
Dar es Salaam: Ministry of Education and Vocational Training. 25p.

Periodical articleMoodley, Dianna Lynette (2009)
See this documentBilingualism gridlocked at the University of Kwazulu-Natal
Abstract presentNordic Journal of African Studies. Volume 18 #1. p. 22-72.

Periodical articleNyamndi, George D. (2009)
See this documentAbsented presences in recent Anglophone-Cameroon poetry
Abstract presentThe English Academy Review. Volume 26 #1. p. 3-14.

Periodical articleTatira, L. (2009)
An experimental study into the use of computers for teaching of composition writing in English at Prince Edward School in Harare
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 21 #1. p. 85-101.

Periodical articleAnyefru, Emmanuel (2008)
Cyber-nationalism: the imagined Anglophone Cameroon community in cyberspace
African Identities. Volume 6 #3. p. 253-274.

Periodical articleBarnett, Jenny and Deng, Robert and Yoasa, Natania Baya (2008)
Post-conflict language issues at the University of Juba, Southern Sudan: policies, proficiencies and practicalities
Australasian Review of African Studies. Volume 29 #1-2. p. 92-103.

Periodical articleChristopher, Nkechi M. (2008)
See this documentSocial and educational impact of language assessment in Nigeria
Abstract presentNordic Journal of African Studies. Volume 17 #3. p. 198-210.

Periodical articleFekadu M. and Hailu G. (2008)
Developing dictionary reference skills for increasing vocabulary knowledge and use: an action research report with pedagogical implications
Journal of Education for Development. Volume 2 #2. March. p. 107-125.

Periodical articleGreen, Michael (2008)
See this documentTranslating the nation: from Plaatje to Mpe
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 34 #2. p. 325-342.

Conference paperHarrow, Kenneth W. and Mpoche, Kizitus (eds.) (2008)
Language, literature and education in multicultural societies: collaborative research on Africa
Abstract presentNewcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 381p.

Periodical articleJenkinson, A.G. and De Beer, M. and Alberts, Gino (2008)
Die rol van taal by sakeondernemings in Suid-Afrika met spesifieke verwysing na die Vrystaat en die Noord-Kaap = The role of language regarding the world of business in South Africa
Abstract presentTydskrif vir geesteswetenskappe. Volume 48 #3. p. 314-325.

Periodical articleMorapedi, Setumile (2008)
Present tense in English: a study of Botswana secondary school students writing
Abstract presentBotswana Notes and Records. Volume 40. p. 159-166.

Periodical articleOdhiambo, Tom (2008)
See this documentKenyan popular fiction in English and the melodramas of the underdogs
Abstract presentResearch in African Literatures. Volume 39 #4. p. 72-82.

Conference paperQorro, Martha A.S. and Desai, Zubeida and Brock-Utne, Birgit (eds.) (2008)
LOITASA: reflecting on Phase I and entering Phase II
Abstract presentDar es Salaam: E & D Vision Publishing. 259p.

Periodical articleScholtz, Leopold and Scholtz, Ingrid (2008)
Die debat oor die posisie van Afrikaans aan die Universiteit Stellenbosch: 'n ontleding = The debate about the position of Afrikaans at the University of Stellenbosch
Abstract presentTydskrif vir geesteswetenskappe. Volume 48 #3. p. 292-313.

Periodical articleTeilanyo, Diri I. (2008)
See this documentLiterary usage in English as a second language in Nigeria: a study of 'Icheoku' and 'Masquerade'
Abstract presentAfrica Today. Volume 55 #4. p. 73-121.

Periodical articleUmo, Uju Clara (2008)
Language, science, technology, mathematics (STM) and poverty alleviation in Africa: a case for Nigeria
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 20 #1. March. p. 22-29.

Periodical articleVan Der Merwe, D.M. (2008)
''Taal op Tuks'': a reappraisal of the change in language policy at the University of Pretoria, 1932
Abstract presentHistoria: amptelike orgaan. Volume 53 #2. p. 151-181.

Periodical articleAbid-Houcine, Samira (2007)
Enseignement et éducation en langues étrangères en Algérie: la compétition entre le français et l'anglais
Droit et cultures. #54. p. 143-156.

Periodical articleAtolagbe, Adebukunola A. (2007)
Linguistic convergence in diversity: Nigerian English as a development tool
Abstract presentHumanities Review Journal. Volume 7. p. 36-46.

BookHamid, Abdel Rahman Adam (2007)
Theories, categories and processes of translation: and part of their role in a compartive study of the translations of the holy Qur'an into English: a study of the translations of Yusuf Ali and M.T. Al-Hiali and M. Muhsin Khan
Khartoum: Translation & Arabicization Unit, Faculty of Arts, University of Khartoum. 96p.

Periodical articleHnízdo, Boÿérivoj (2007)
The role of English in Africa: linguistic imperialism or a national identity factor?
Viva Africa. p. 197-204.

Periodical articleKomasi, Mabel Mliwomor (2007)
A bibliography of Ghanaian children's storybooks in English
Abstract presentAfrican Research and Documentation. #103. p. 45-64.

Periodical issueMacKinney, Carolyn and Soudien, Crain (eds.) (2007)
See this documentLanguage, identity and English education in South Africa
Abstract presentThe English Academy Review. Volume 24 #2. 169p.

Periodical issueMalaba, Mbongeni Z. and Davis, Geoffrey V. (eds.) (2007)
See this documentZimbabwean transitions: essays on Zimbabwean literature in English, Ndebele and Shona
Abstract presentMatatu: Journal for African Culture and Society. Volume 34. 244p.

Periodical articleMwangi, Evan (2007)
See this documentHybridity in Emergent East African Poetry: A Reading of Susan N. Kiguli and Her Contemporaries
Abstract presentAfrica Today. Volume 53 #3. p. 41-62.

Periodical articleNgwenya, Themba (2007)
Empowering peripheral writing: a case of South African Black English (SABE)
Abstract presentNew contree: a journal of historical and human sciences for Southern Africa. #53. p. 81-109.

Periodical articleOsadolo, Sam and Finlayson, Rosalie (2007)
'Make una listen o...': codeswitching as a means of accommodation among the Edo-speaking people of Nigeria
Abstract presentLanguage Matters: Studies in the Languages of Africa. Volume 38 #2. p. 195-209.

Periodical articleSalami, O. (2007)
Gender, use and attitude towards English taboo words among young adults in a Nigerian university
Ghana Journal of Literacy and Adult Education. Volume 3 #2. July. p. 111-119.

Periodical articleVan Coller, H.P. and Odendaal, B.J. (2007)
Antjie Krog's role as translator: a case study of strategic positioning in the current South African literary poly-system
Abstract presentCurrent Writing: Text and Reception in Southern Africa. Volume 19 #2. p. 94-122.

Periodical articleZulu, Constance (2007)
First-year university L2 readers' patterns of performance in a test of academic reading ability
Abstract presentLanguage Matters: Studies in the Languages of Africa. Volume 38 #2. p. 316-331.

Periodical articleAdamu, R. (2006)
The change of language of instruction from Kiswahili to English in Tanzanian diploma teacher training colleges: a case of Morogoro and Mtwara TTCs
Papers in Education and Development. #26. p. 157-161.

Periodical articleAnderson, J.A. (2006)
Request forms in English in Ghana
Legon Journal of the Humanities. Volume 17. p. 75-103.

Periodical articleAwasom, N.F. (2006)
What is in a Name? Historicizing and Beyond the Identity Discourses on Cameroonianness and Anglophoneness in Bilingual Cameroon
Abstract presentLagos Historical Review. Volume 6. p. 62-90.

Periodical articleBanseka, Cage (2006)
The anglophone problem in Cameroon: a conflict resolution perspective
African Renaissance. Volume 3 #2. p. 94-104.

Periodical articleChapanga, Evans and Makamani, Rewai (2006)
Teaching Shona in English/Shona: ideological challenges and implications: whither University of Zimbabwe (UZ) and Masvingo State University (MASU)?
Abstract presentZimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 18 #3. December. p. 383-397.

Periodical articleCichocka, Aleksandra (2006)
Global expansion of English: the South African case
Werkwinkel: a Journal of Low Countries and South African Studies. Volume 1 #1. p. 253-267.

Periodical articleCourcy, Nathalie (2006)
Le Cameroun: un pays et une littérature au carrefour des langues
Abstract presentÉthiopiques: revue socialiste de culture négro-africaine. #77. p. 13-28.

Periodical articleDyanda, C. and Sithole, J. (2006)
Zimbabwe pupils' performance on the CELTUZ-Primary (Speaking battery)
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 18 #2. December. p. 347-369.

Periodical articleDyanda, C. and Thondlana, J. (2006)
Grade 3 and 6 performance on the CELTUZ-Primary (Reading -battery)
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 18 #2. December. p. 319-346.

Periodical articleDyanda, C. and Muchengetwa, S. (2006)
Zimbabwe pupils' performance on the Comprehensive English Literacy Test of the University of Zimbabwe (CELTUZ-Primary)
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 18 #2. December. p. 287-318.

Periodical articleDyanda, C. and Makoni, R. and Nyawaranda, V. and Tondhlana, J. and Machingaidze, C.E. and Muyambo, G. and Sithole, J. (2006)
The nature of the Comprehensive English Literacy Test of the University of Zimbabwe-Primary (CELTUZ-Primary): field edition
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 18 #2. December. p. 275-286.

Periodical articleKagwesage, A.M. (2006)
Towards English for academic purposes in the Rwandan context: the case of the first year of the management faculty-National University of Rwanda
Etudes rwandaises. Volume 11. mars. p. 290-310.

Periodical articleMalekela, G.A. (2006)
Indigenous versus foreign languages: their status in Tanzania
Journal of Issues and Practice in Education. Volume 1 #1. June. p. 39-47.

Periodical articleMashige, Mashudu C. (2006)
See this documentIdentity and culture in Mi S'dumo Hlatshwayo's worker poetry
Abstract presentTydskrif vir letterkunde. Volume 43 #2. p. 141-160.

Periodical articleMpemba, T. (2006)
Reluctance to sanction Kiswahili instructional medium in post-primary education: how do the learners and their instructors cope with or resist the English medium policy?
Papers in Education and Development. #26. p. 150-156.

Periodical articleUgochukwu, Françoise (2006)
La littérature nigériane en traduction française et son impact
Abstract presentÉthiopiques: revue socialiste de culture négro-africaine. #77. p. 151-171.

Periodical articleVan der Mescht, Heinrich (2006)
Die ontstaansgeskiedenis van Hubert du Plessis se Engelse liedere
Abstract presentTydskrif vir geesteswetenskappe. Volume 46 #2. p. 221-232.

BookWakerley, Véronique and Gwanzura, Tava (eds.) (2006)
French perspectives on anglophone African writers and writing
Harare: Weaver Press in co-op. with the Embassy of France in Harare. 80p.

BookAjiboye, Tunde (ed.) (2005)
Nigeria and the foreign language question: a book of readings
Ibadan: Caltop Publications (Nigeria) Limited. 228p.

Periodical articleDimitriu, Ileana (2005)
Shifts in Gordimer's recent short fiction: story-telling after apartheid
Abstract presentCurrent Writing: Text and Reception in Southern Africa. Volume 17 #1. p. 90-107.

Periodical articleFoley, Andrew (2005)
The principle of the Principal as Principal: narratorial identity and perspective in Alan Paton's Diepkloof stories
Abstract presentCurrent Writing: Text and Reception in Southern Africa. Volume 17 #1. p. 70-89.

Periodical articleGaylard, Gerald (2005)
Postcolonial satire: Ivan Vladislavi·c
Abstract presentCurrent Writing: Text and Reception in Southern Africa. Volume 17 #1. p. 129-148.

Periodical articleGaylard, Rob (2005)
R.R.R. Dhlomo and the early black South African short story in English
Abstract presentCurrent Writing: Text and Reception in Southern Africa. Volume 17 #1. p. 52-69.

Periodical articleMarais, Sue (2005)
'Queer small town people': fixations and fictions of fellowship in the modern short story cycle
Abstract presentCurrent Writing: Text and Reception in Southern Africa. Volume 17 #1. p. 14-36.

Periodical articleOkolo, M.S.C. (2005)
Reassessing the impact of colonial languages on the African identity for African development
Abstract presentAfrica Media Review. Volume 13 #2. p. 85-103.

Periodical articleOladipo, R.M. and Gachari, R.M. (2005)
Promoting reading as a means of improving proficiency in English among tertiary institutions
Perspectives (Nairobi, Kenya). Volume 1 #1. June. p. 90-103.

Periodical articleWosyanju, M.G. (2005)
Lexical errors in the written English of form one students of Lang'ata High School
Eastern Africa Journal of Humanities and Sciences. Volume 5 #1. January-June. p. 37-54.

Periodical articleAdam, G.N (2004)
English in Russian lexical borrowings, with particular reference to computer terminology
Legon Journal of the Humanities. Volume 15. p. 37-48.

Periodical articleAkrofi, A.K. and Swafford, J. and Janisc, C. (2004)
English in Ghana revisited: exploring perceptions on the universe of English, hegemony of English, and ecology of language paradigms
Legon Journal of the Humanities. Volume 15. p. 49-79.

Periodical articleAnyidoho, A. (2004)
English only as medium of instruction in primary 1-3
Legon Journal of the Humanities. Volume 15. p. 81-97.

Periodical articleChennels, Anthony (2004)
The mimic women: early women novelists and white southern African nationalisms
Abstract presentHistoria: amptelike orgaan. Volume 49 #1. p. 71-88.

Periodical articleDistiller, Natasha (2004)
See this document'Never was a story of more woe': Shakespeare scholarship in South Africa
Abstract presentThe English Academy Review. Volume 21. p. 63-77.

Periodical articleDuthie, A.S. (2004)
Correlating sounds with spellings in English and some Ghanaian languages
Legon Journal of the Humanities. Volume 15. p. 99-111.

Periodical articleHelgesson, Stefan (2004)
See this document'Minor Disorders': Ivan Vladislavic and the Devolution of South African English
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 30 #4. December. p. 777-787.

Periodical articleMafe, Diana Adesola (2004)
See this documentFrom Ògún to Othello: (re)acquainting Yoruba myth and Shakespeare's Moor
Abstract presentResearch in African Literatures. Volume 35 #3. p. 46-61.

Periodical articleMasemola, Kgomotso (2004)
Of belonging and becoming: Black Atlantic (inter-)cultural memory in the early autobiographies of Peter Abrahams and Es'kia Mphahlele
Abstract presentCurrent Writing: Text and Reception in Southern Africa. Volume 16 #2. p. 47-70.

Periodical articleMasilela, Ntongela (2004)
Peter Abrahams in the modern African world
Abstract presentCurrent Writing: Text and Reception in Southern Africa. Volume 16 #2. p. 31-46.

Periodical articleMichael, Cheryl-Ann (2004)
See this documentSymposium: African biography: hagiography or demonization
Abstract presentSocial Dynamics. Volume 30 #1. p. 1-113.

Periodical articleMwape, Fenson A. (2004)
Socio-linguistic perspectives on English in Zambia and its role in the technicalisation of the indigenous languages: challenges and prospects for the 21st century
The Journal of Humanities (Lusaka). Volume 4. p. 64-85.

BookOyeleye, Lekan (ed.) (2004)
Language and discourse in society
Ibadan: Hope Publications. 336p.

Periodical articlePandey, Anita (2004)
See this document'Woman 'Palava' No Be Small, Woman 'Wahala' No Be Small': Linguistic Gendering and Patriarchal Ideology in West African Fiction
Abstract presentAfrica Today. Volume 50 #3. Spring. p. 113-138.

Periodical articleSévry, Jean (2004)
Ambiguïtés des littératures anglophones
Abstract presentGéopolitique africaine. #13. p. 101-115.

Periodical articleTeshome N. (2004)
The effectiveness of Grade One English interactive radio instruction programs in Ethiopia
Ethiopian Journal of Education. Volume 24 #1. June. p. 1-30.

Periodical articleAmanuel G. and Mulugeta G. (2003)
A multidimensional analysis of student evaluations of college English instruction: an application of nonparametric methods
Ethiopian Journal of Education. Volume 23 #1. June. p. 1-30.

Periodical issueCoussy, Denise and Mondoloni, Dominique and Adesanmi, Pius (eds.) (2003)
Littératures anglophones de l'Est de l'Afrique d'Addis-Abeba à Harare
Abstract presentNotre librairie: revue du livre pour l'Afrique et l'océan Indien. #152. 143p.

Periodical articleGirma G. (2003)
In-service English language teacher's perceptions of the factors that influence the implementation of group work activities in ELT classes
Ethiopian Journal of Education. Volume 23 #2. December. p. 103-126.

Periodical articleHyslop, Jonathan (2003)
See this documentA Scottish Socialist Reads Carlyle in Johannesburg Prison, June 1900: Reflections on the Literary Culture of the Imperial Working Class
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 29 #3. September. p. 639-655.

Periodical articleMagogwe, J.M. (2003)
An exploration of the self-efficacy beliefs of Botswana primary school students
Mosenodi. Volume 11 #1. p. 39-49.

Periodical articleMalaba, M.Z. (2003)
See this documentThe poetry of Charles Mungoshi
Abstract presentResearch in African Literatures. Volume 34 #1. p. 85-95.

Periodical articleMchazime, H. (2003)
Theory and reality in the primary English language class in Malawi: short report
Malawi Journal of Development Education. Volume 1. p. 84-93.

Periodical articleNeke, S.M. and Shumbusho, G.N. (2003)
Language policy, hegemony of English and linguistic capital: readings from the debate on Medium of Instruction (MOI) in Tanzania
Uongozi. Volume 15 #2. December. p. 173-188.

Periodical articlePrimorac, Ranka (2003)
See this documentThe Novel in a House of Stone: Re-Categorising Zimbabwean Fiction
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 29 #1. March. p. 49-62.

Periodical articleRatsimandresy, Lucette (2003)
L'emprunt du malgache à l'anglais: cas des emprunts 'intégrés' dans le malgache contemporain
Abstract presentÉtudes océan Indien. #35-36. p. 309-330.

Periodical articleTeilanyo, Diri I. (2003)
See this documentThe Use of Bombast in Nigeria: The Examples of Icheoku and Masquerade
Abstract presentAfrica Today. Volume 50 #1. Spring/Summer. p. 77-104.

Periodical articleWylie, Dan (2003)
See this document'Hollow land of emptiness': repression and ecology in some early Rhodesian poetry
Abstract presentThe English Academy Review. Volume 20. p. 29-43.

Periodical articleYonas A. (2003)
Primary school teachers' perceived difficulties in implementing innovative ELT methodologies in the Ethiopian context
I.E.R. Flambeau. Volume 11 #1. December. p. 23-55.

Periodical articleChishimba, C.P. (2002-2003)
Teaching indirect speech to English as a second language (ESL) students
Zango. Volume 24 #14. p. 95-104.

Periodical articleAbiy Y. (2002)
Competency beliefs, teaching confidence and teaching performances of English major graduating students in teaching practice
Ethiopian Journal of Education. Volume 22 #1. June. p. 85-109.

Periodical articleAkande, A.T. (2002)
See this documentStructural Complexity and the Acquisition of the hq (Headword/Qualifier) Nominal Group Type in English
Abstract presentNordic Journal of African Studies. Volume 11 #2. p. 236-248.

Periodical articleBalfour, Robert (2002)
See this documentPost-colonial twilight: English as a failed 'lingua franca'
Abstract presentThe English Academy Review. Volume 19. p. 20-32.

BookBanna, Idris A. El (2002)
A Sudanese view of comparative poetry
Omdurman: Ahfad University for Women. 144p.

Periodical articleErwin, Lee (2002)
See this documentGenre and authority in some popular Nigerian women's novels
Abstract presentResearch in African Literatures. Volume 33 #2. p. 81-99.

Periodical articleHofmeyr, Isabel (2002)
See this documentDreams, Documents and 'Fetishes': African Christian Interpretations of 'The Pilgrim's Progress'
Abstract presentJournal of Religion in Africa. Volume 32 #4. p. 440-456.

Periodical articleKiboss, J.K. and Musonye, P.A. (2002)
Effect of the lack of assessment in oral communication on English teachers' attitudes towards the teaching of oral skills in Kenya: the case of Vihiga and Kakamega Districts secondary schools
Journal of Education and Human Resources. Volume 2 #1. November. p. 25-34.

Periodical articleMekonnen D. (2002)
Word knowledge, performance in sophomore English and students' expectation of grades
Ethiopian Journal of Education. Volume 22 #2. December. p. 65-87.

BookMullins, Greg A. (2002)
Colonial affairs: Bowles, Burroughs and Chester write Tangier
Madison, Wisc.: University of Wisconsin Press. 164p.

Periodical articleMusau, P.M. (2002)
Language attitudes and their implications for language planning in Kenya
Chemchemi. Volume 2 #1. p. 93-109.

Periodical articleMuthwii, M. and Kioko, A. (2002)
Whose English in Kenyan schools? a case for a nativized variety
Chemchemi. Volume 2 #1. p. 78-86.

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