South Africa: Mother Tongue Tied Narrated Slideshow

For many South African children who started school this year, there will be several firsts: the first time they learn how to read and write, the first time they learn how to do arithmetic. And for an increasing number of pupils, it will be the first time they speak English. Cape Town journalist A’Eysha Kassiem describes the language barriers facing South African pupils.

 

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