Afrikaans Mondeling Essays and Term Papers

  • Afrikaans

    this picture makes me think of a terrible accident that occurred recently . it was a cold , stormy night and i was driving on the n2 and talking on the cellphone . the lights were out due to the storm. just as my luck had it so was my car lights not working . i was driving about 120 km/h because i...

    514 Words | 2 Pages

  • Afrikaans Essay

    Book Review Robinson Crusoe – Daniel Defoe Jayde Bromwich Plot summary: Robinson Crusoe is an Englishman from the town of York in the seventeenth century, Robinson is committed to obeying his father’s order not to travel or leave home, but he eventually does what he desires and leaves on a ship...

    692 Words | 3 Pages

  • Afrikaans work

    Budget 2014 1 Budget 2014 Budget 2014 26 February 2014 The Minister of Finance, Mr Pravin Gordhan, today announced a revised consolidated net tax revenue estimate for 2014/2015 of R997,7 billion and a slightly reduced budget deficit over the 2013 min budget estimate of 4% of GDP. Tax...

    2296 Words | 11 Pages

  • Fiscal Policy Sa(Afrikaans)

    Inhoudsopgawe Inleiding 2 Uitbreidende Fiskale beleid 3 Inkrimpende fiskale Beleid 3 Sloerings 3 Suid Afrika geskiedenis met fiskale beleid 5 Oplossing vir Suid Afrika 6 Gevolgtrekking 7 Bibliografie 8 Bronne Inleiding Fiskale...

    968 Words | 4 Pages

  • Afrikaans Essay - Female Domination

    Through the ages, females have lived by society’s expectations and stereotypes. Women are faced with more physical and emotional obstacles from the early stages of their lives than males. One of the most prominent obstacles is the menstruation cycle which hits most females hard during puberty. Females...

    644 Words | 2 Pages

  • South Afrika 100 Years (Afrikaans)

    Tema: Suid-Afrika 100 jaar Onderwerp: Afrikaans het soos ‘n soet kind al sy wortels geëet Voorsitter. Jy kry Afrikaans in duisende boeke. Ons hoor gereeld van Afrikaanse dramas wat groot erkenning geniet, weet van verskillende Afrikaanse gedigte van wêreldklas en verneem telkens met belangstelling...

    1034 Words | 3 Pages

  • Draaiboek

    Strategische doelstellingen: - Het scholenproject dat betrekking heeft tot geheel Afrika ondersteunen door gerechten aan te bieden die van origine Afrikaans zijn. - Het echter ook bekend maken van Afrikaanse gerechten onder de basisschoolleerlingen. 2. Tactische doelstellingen: - Door...

    3720 Words | 24 Pages

  • Doing Business in South Africa

    compromise of: black Afrikaans , white Afrikaans, mixed-race Afrikaans, Asian-Indian, White Chinese-Taiwanese (Koopman & van Muijen 1994). The black Afrikaans are the majority race in South Africa. The Zulu nation makes up the majority in the black Afrikaans, The white Afrikaans are the minority race...

    1246 Words | 4 Pages

  • The Pact Government

    therefore be regarded as very successful. On being elected the aims of the Pact Government were to stimulate the economy in all sectors, stimulate Afrikaans Nationalism, to greater independence for South Africa and to make South Africa safe for the white people. In the area of economic development...

    1211 Words | 4 Pages

  • language planning in south africa

    multilingual. It is estimated that about 25 languages are spoken within South Africa’s borders (Mesthrei, 2006). Historical Background In 1924, Afrikaans, a relatively new, hybridized language in use for only about eight years at the time, became one of the official languages of South Africa. Prior...

    819 Words | 3 Pages

  • Blooood

    Afrikaans /æfrɪˈkɑːns/[3] is a West Germanic language, spoken natively in South Africa, Namibia and to a lesser extent in Botswana and Zimbabwe. It is an offshoot of several Dutch dialects[4] spoken by the mainly Dutch settlers of what is now South Africa, where it gradually began to develop independently...

    317 Words | 1 Pages

  • The Linguistic Situation of South Africa

    a melting pot of languages. In total, South Africa has eleven major languages coming from both Africa and Europe. The major languages used are Afrikaans, English, Ndebele, Pedi, Sesotho, Swazi, Tsonga, Tswana, Venda, Xhosa and Zulu. In order to understand how each of these languages arrived in South...

    800 Words | 3 Pages

  • Global Warming

     Engels mondeling I have chosen the subject Durability and Sustainability because I have Geography and it’s the subject I have the most interest in. Durability is always a point of discussion. A lot of people are saying that the earth is heating up. But that isn’t bad. That’s a normal thing that always...

    557 Words | 2 Pages

  • Language Acquisition Beliefs

    students were required to study Afrikaans (a derivative of Dutch). If students failed either English, Math or Afrikaans they were required to repeat the entire school year. At the same time, in the same city, Afrikaans speaking families were sending their children to Afrikaans schools where they were required...

    772 Words | 3 Pages

  • Observe and Interview

    retired folk Wrong; in a group of approximately 40 people, I would say only 20% were in the age groups of 50 to 80 years old. All were from the Afrikaans or English speaking white population and made up more women than men.A smaller group than I would have expected. - Less younger and middle aged...

    1451 Words | 6 Pages

  • History Essay: The Beginning of Apartheid and the Two leading Parties

    nationalistic pride as they felt that they were a different kind of people and developed into what we know them as today as the; Afrikaans. For a long time period, the Afrikaans people who were referred to as ‘The Boere’ were in conflict with the English and many battles took place. This caused the black...

    972 Words | 3 Pages

  • miss

    In 1976 the government introduced the compulsory use of Afrikaans as a medium of instruction from Grade 7. Circuit inspectors and principals received the directive: "It has been decided that for the sake of uniformity English and Afrikaans will be used as media of instruction in our schools on a 50-50...

    1799 Words | 6 Pages

  • mister

    that changed the course of history. On June 16 1976, approximately 20 000 students gathered in a protest through Soweto against the imposition of Afrikaans as the language of instructions in their overly crowded schools. On that day the government and the police were caught off guard and shot into the...

    739 Words | 2 Pages

  • Language Policy in Education in South Africa

    to his slave” (Giliomee, H & Mbenga B, 2007 pg 91) created tension between the Afrikaner ‘volk’ and the British. The desire for education in the Afrikaans community was very low. The English found that the Dutch/Afrikaner volk had “neglected education, stifled trade, supported slavery” (Giliomee, H &...

    2396 Words | 7 Pages

  • Soweto Uprising and Apartheid in South Africa

    Africa was a stunning example of a modern nation where a minority had such a great deal of power over a staggering majority. The word Apartheid is Afrikaans for separateness. This separateness was South Africa’s legal system of racial segregation that was enforced from 1948 until 1994. The way this system...

    968 Words | 3 Pages