Should iKalanga be taught in Botswana schools?
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  • WIDZANI HWULASHA III - 4 years ago

    Tjikalanga nga tjidhiyiwe mu zwikwele bakanyikwedu, ndizo ti kudze ludzi gwedu, ne bana bedu ba khone ku bhata masinya zwidhiyo batji ba tjetjana. Nanga dzikhani mu dzi radio dzi bagwe ne tjikalanga kuti ne bazwadzi bedu ba singa hwe itswana ne ikhuwa ba khone hwa tjino shingikala mu shango yabo...
    Akujalo

  • Seabelo Caroline Phatedi - 4 years ago

    Teaching Kalanga in schools will help the language to exist for the generations to come. If we do not teach our children to read and write the language we will remain a kalanga nation without its root language. There is no problem if other languages are taught as well if the thinking as the same as ours.

  • Seabelo Caroline Phatedi - 4 years ago

    Teaching Kalanga in schools will help the language to exist for the generations to come. If we do not teach our children to read and write the language we will remain a kalanga nation without its root language. There is no problem if other languages are taught as well if the thinking as the same as ours.

  • kegomoditswe Radifalana - 5 years ago

    I will say NO because we all Batswana, and I don't think we have qualified teachers to teach ikalanga . If we agree means other languages will have to be taught as well.... like sekgalagadi, sesarwa etc

  • Fathazia Mmani Lenyatso Mmani - 6 years ago

    The Voice of Mwali is the Voice of Wisdom. The history of the Bakalanga can not stand without the Mwaleism. In the begginning there was the word and the word was Mwali. The presence of GOD among the Bakalanga and their connection with Judaism is not in doubt. How do you explain Wosana Dza Mwali and Hosana from the Old Testament. The ark of Convenant of Moses is certainly similar to the Ngoma Lugundu found among the Lemba people of kalanga origin. Can you please tell me more about mitulo ya Mwali?

    Nda boka.

  • Bokani Grace Mapete - 6 years ago

    Ndo dumilisa ba kanyi kwedu.Ndo yemula kubi bona ikalanga tja ka kwagwa mu khani/ maphepa ne tji lebelekwa mu radio.Ndi nga hana a banu be bukalanga kene bo ma dzi business be nga zwi kubunganya be kudze Ikalanga .

  • collen unangoni Mafa - 7 years ago

    Tjaka fanila diyiwa mu zwikwele, ndizo ubona mu dzimwe shango kwaka tjenjegwa wu diyiwa njimi dzabaka zwagwa nadzo.

  • Ofentse Mabogo - 7 years ago

    Ikalanga must be taught in schools as any other languages, i don't see anything wrong with that. That's my own opinion anyway.

  • Jimmy - 7 years ago

    A nation without a past is a lost nation, what does it mean an where does it apply?

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