Linguistic segregation in urban South Africa, 1996

@inproceedings{Christopher2004LinguisticSI,
  title={Linguistic segregation in urban South Africa, 1996},
  author={Anthony John Christopher},
  year={2004}
}
Abstract South Africa is a multi-lingual country with 11 official languages and a recent history where language was frequently used as a political instrument, notably in the urban areas. Although the cities were initially colonial foundations, as a consequence of rural–urban migration, the speakers of the various national languages have come into close contact with one another. However, as a result of the inheritance of apartheid town planning and its emphasis on racial zoning, residential… CONTINUE READING

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