African storybook

Saide’s African Storybook initiative, launched in 2014, responds to the shortage of local language early reading materials in sub-Saharan Africa through a digital open license publishing model. Saide is a non-governmental organisation in South Africa and the legal body managing the African Storybook initiative. It is an organisation with a mission is to enable successful…

Book Dash

Book Dash began in 2014 as a vision project among friends who wished to pool their collective skills in the publishing industry to flood the country with new, high-quality, affordable African picture books for all. Since then, they’ve created more than 100 books and distributed more than a million copies. They gather creative professionals who…

Linguapax Afrika

The  Center for Applied Linguistics volunteered to establish a Regional Linguapax Committee for Africa, and ensure that projects and programs for the promotion of African languages ​​and cultural diversity are developed in all member countries of the Linguapax Afrika Network. The Coordination Committee comprises representatives of the five regions of Africa: North Africa, East Africa,…

SIL

The Summer Institute of Linguistics (SIL) is a global, faith-based nonprofit that works with local communities around the world to develop language solutions that expand possibilities for a better life.  Their vision is to see people flourishing in communities using the languages they value most. As of 2020, they were involved in approximately 1,350 active…

ACALAN

The African Academy of Languages (ACALAN)  is entrusted with the task of developing and promoting African languages so that they can be used in all domains of the society in partnership with the languages inherited from colonisation. The organisation’s overall objectives: To promote and develop the use of African languages in general and vehicular cross-border…

SATI

The South African Translators’ Institute (SATI) is committed to playing its part in a changing world by helping to build bridges between people and groups and fostering in the community an awareness of the need for effective communication. In pursuit of this goal the Institute endeavours: To promote excellence in translation and related fields, as…

ALASA

The African Language Association of Southern Africa (ALASA) was established in 1979 as a non-discriminatory, non-profit-making association at a conference hosted by the Department of African Languages of the University of South Africa (UNISA). ALASA has two main aims: 1. to promote interaction between researchers, students and teachers of African languages and literature, and 2.…

Matric exam study material for African languages

Find free African languages resources here: African languages past papers: Past matric exam papers: Isindebele First Additional Language (FAL) Past matric exam papers: IsiXhosa First Additional Language (FAL) Past matric exam papers: IsiZulu First Additional Language (FAL) Past matric exam papers: Sepedi First Additional Language (FAL) Past matric exam papers: Sesotho First Additional Language (FAL)…