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OSISA @OSISA Follow RT : is elucidating on case study in promoting indigenous languages in Southern Africa https://t.co/9WDR1Pb1Zs 1 week 1 day ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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OSISA @OSISA Follow RT : When you fix language issues you fix national issues says Prisca Dube 1 week 1 day ago Reply Retweet Favorite
OSISA @OSISA Follow RT : In order to preserve, promote language, women must be empowered 1 week 1 day ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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OSISA @OSISA Follow RT : There are no chiefs in the San Community, only village heads who do not sit in council meetings hence are not prese… https://t.co/cDHJndPrix 1 week 1 day ago Reply Retweet Favorite
OSISA @OSISA Follow RT : Pathisa Nyathi now presenting on the history of the San people in Zimbabwe, how the first occupants of the land end… https://t.co/4xX9cXLiyk 1 week 1 day ago Reply Retweet Favorite
OSISA @OSISA Follow RT : The San are isolated as a group over 100 000 years ago, they are distinct: Pathisa Nyathi https://t.co/BDJ977P0YA 1 week 1 day ago Reply Retweet Favorite
OSISA @OSISA Follow RT : On-going- Land, language and Identity: The story of the San people in Zimbabwe conference by Tsoro-O-Tso San Develo… https://t.co/RZNrC73m3l 1 week 1 day ago Reply Retweet Favorite
OSISA @OSISA Follow RT : Pathisa Nyathi says there is no culture that is better than the other https://t.co/keTF3PwW1j 1 week 1 day ago Reply Retweet Favorite
OSISA @OSISA Follow RT : Fascinating historical overview of the history of the https://t.co/sFZJMELpXj 1 week 1 day ago Reply Retweet Favorite
OSISA @OSISA Follow RT : The Tjwa language faces extinction. ‘I am the youngest speaker and I am over 50’ https://t.co/Z2RUvMgUPF 1 week 1 day ago Reply Retweet Favorite
OSISA @OSISA Follow RT : The Tjwa language was lost cause of their relocation from Hwange National Park. The San shifted to the employer lan… https://t.co/HjV7lSbhaQ 1 week 1 day ago Reply Retweet Favorite
OSISA @OSISA Follow RT : You can download the full report here https://t.co/IFHsXVO41Y https://t.co/cdxxxtu2kX 1 week 1 day ago Reply Retweet Favorite
OSISA @OSISA Follow If you're interested in , particularly the San in , you'll find this report very interest… https://t.co/kTP7gJkEHe 1 week 1 day ago Reply Retweet Favorite
OSISA @OSISA Follow RT : There is a tree that talks to the San at the Hwange National Park, but the can communicate with this tree caus… https://t.co/MQH1MPjj96 1 week 1 day ago Reply Retweet Favorite
OSISA @OSISA Follow RT : As we start our conference on ‘Land, language and identity:The San People In Zimbabwe, here is a report from the la… https://t.co/KWrotQKfQ7 1 week 1 day ago Reply Retweet Favorite

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