Swahili in South African Schools a Means to Spread African Unity?

The signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between South Africa and Kenya will facilitate the introduction of Kiswahili as an elective language in South African schools. This, writes Kylie Kiunguyu for This is Africa, is the next step in fully integrating Kiswahili as an indigenous language to promote unity and social cohesion with fellow Africans.

South African schoolchildren (file photo).

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