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Okubhaliweyo / Contributions

Amanqaku / Articles * Isihobe / Poetry * Iprozi / Prose

Amanqaku / Articles

  • Wordfest 2005 offers a jam-packed multilingual programme with up to 200 Xhosa word-artists taking part

  • Young Voices - Online Writers' Conference 2004:
  • Ntsiki Mazwai: Isizukulwana sanamhla …
  • Pumla Dineo Gqola: Ukufunda ngomzimba wam
  • Mhlobo Jadezweni: Intetho kumsitho wokwaziswa kwe-MAG (umbutho wokusetyenziswa kweelwimi ezininzi eMzantsi Afrika) ngomhla wama-21 ku-Agasti 2003 kwaLanga, eKapa.
  • Russell Kaschula explores the way in which the South African reality is presented through myth, urban legend and oral poetry
  • Ipalamente yelizwe mayingahlehli kwezeelwimi
  • Mozilla web browser released in Xhosa, Zulu and four other languages
  • Abner Nyamende: The relevance of folktales to 21st century society
  • Mhlobo Jadezweni: a crytical analysis of Shasha’s poem, “Ivumba
  • Fikiswa Ngqase reviews P T Mtuze’s book, Umdlanga
  • Clan names of AmaBhele
  • Beyond 2000. Sharpening the focus on the indigenous languages
  • Abner Nyamende reviews Isahluko Sokugqibela by Zibele Sisusa
  • The problem of patriarchy
  • IZIDUKO NEZIBONGO ZAKWAMASHIYA
  • Iziduko ZamaXhosa: ooChizama

    Isihobe / Poetry

  • Siyabonga Ngqongqwana: Umhla wabaseTyhini (31/08/06)
  • Siyabonga Ngqongqwana pays tribute to Stella Sigcau (26/05/06)
  • Zanoxolo Mthengi: Inkululeko ("Freedom") (04/05/06)
  • Kaya Somgqeza: Isikhalo sikaNomzamo Mandela (29/03/06)
  • Siyabonga Ngqongqwana pays tribute to fallen hero Walter Sisulu (22/03/06)
  • Siyabonga "Sylvester" Ngqongqwana: Elokubek' ilitye (15/03/06)
  • Siyabonga "Sylvester" Ngqongqwana: Uthando (16/11/05)
  • Siyabonga "Sylvester" Ngqongqwana: Umfu. PT Mtuze (Indwalutho) (19/10/05)
  • Siyabonga "Sylvester" Ngqongqwana: Jerusalem (14/09/05)
  • Isaac Ntabankulu: Ndivoteleni (08/06/04)
  • Simion Nkanunu: Isibane kwisivuthe-vuthe somoya (08/06/04)
  • Poems by Abner Nyamende
  • Nomaphelo Hlakula: A Tribute to Walter Sisulu
  • Poems from Phakama High School
  • Three new poems by NguZoleka Mbovane
  • Le Nyanga Ingudisemba — a new poem by NguIsaac Ntabankulu
  • Ukuba Uyandithanda — a new poem by NguZoleka Mbovane
  • Ubomi ngumzamo — a new poem by Bulelani Zantsi
  • Poem by Simion Nkanunu
  • Poems by Bulelani Zantsi
  • Poems by Isaac Ntabankulu
  • Poems by Makhosandile Daniso
  • “Imkile intyatyambo” by N B Ngomela
  • Poems by Nkululeko Peter
  • Poems by Thandiswa Zenzile
  • “iAfrika” by Avela Mviko
  • “Isizwe sethu” by Vuyokazi Ndongeni
  • “Izinja” by Dumile Ndzwayiba
  • “Uqulukubhode wabafundi” by Mzwamadoda Ncapayi
  • “Uqulukubhode wabafundi” NguMzwamadoda Ncapayi
  • “Umama” NguTandokazi Loqo
  • “Ihlobo” NguSonwabile Lugebu
  • “Ubunzima” NguBongie Mabongo
  • “Amanzi” NguMfundo Mredlana
  • “Ubomi” NguZodwa Gauzela
  • “Utata” by NguNokuthula Sandlana
  • “Abazali bam” NguMonica Danelo
  • “Indlala” NguFuneka Nenga
  • “Izinyo” NguBanele Sekeleni
  • “Ilanga” NguSiyanda Gila
  • “Imali” NguPhakama Ngceni
  • “Ukulahleka kwamasiko ethu” by Sisanda Mpomposhe
  • “Umvulo” by Linda Siyengo
  • “Utitshala” by Khwezi Diwu
  • “Ilizwe” by Babalwa Mafongosi
  • “Utywala” by Vuyisa Nomatanzi Hlati
  • Ingxelo ngeEntlanganiso zodliwano-ndlebe ukusuka 2-5 Oktobha 2000
  • Udliwano-ndlebe lwekomiti yeelwimi Yasentshona Koloni: Imfundo
  • A poem by Z.M.J. Vukani
  • Poetry by S’bongile E. Madi
  • Poetry by MW Jadezweni
  • Eyethu i2006 / Ke ya rona
  • Nkululeko Peter speaks about himself, his people and his poetry
  • Poetry by Nkululeko Peter
  • Poetry by Daluxolo Hoho
  • Uthando
  • Imibongo yesiXhosa
  • Imihobe
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    Iprozi / Prose

  • Short stories by Nkululeko Peter
  • Isifundo somgaqo-nkqubo wolwimi nokucetywa kwawo kulawulo lweenqila lwasenTshona Koloni
  • Intsomi yomfazi nemfene
  • The story of two children
  • Uqeqesho nesimilo sabantwana kwincwadi kaSinxo ethi, Umzali Wolahleko
  • Intsomi kaNtulube
  • Amabhaso akwanaspers kubabhali abagqwesileyo
  • Ezi Leta
  • Umrhubhe nenja yakhe
  • Abner Nyamende was born in Matatiele in the Eastern Cape. He graduated with a junior degree at the University of Fort Hare, after which he continued his studies at the University of Transkei. He obtained his Honours degree in English and Xhosa, and started lecturing in the Department of English at the University of Transkei in 1982. While at the above university, he collected many folktales and published articles on storytelling. In 1990 he was appointed in the Department of African Languages at the University of Cape Town, where he is still teaching Xhosa Literature, now in the Department of Linguistics and Southern African Languages. He has published a book of poetry and many articles in his field.

    Mhlobo Jadezweni was born in Dutywa, kwaGcaleka. Studied at Fort Hare University (BA). Has been attached to the Department of African Languages at Stellenbosch University since 1983. Teaches isiXhosa literature and language (research field: isiXhosa poetry). Has read a number of research papers at African languages conferences, both national and international and published these papers in various accredited journals. Member of a number of learned associations. During the winter term of 1998-1999, was invited by the University of Leipzig in Germany to teach isiXhosa language and South African literature. In October 2002 was invited as guest lecturer by the University of Bayreuth in Germany. Has served on various isiXhosa language boards since 1984.

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