Here is an article originally published in the Spring of in Spectrum, a magazine for Christian teachers. A colleague by the name of Dr. David Barratt responded and I was asked to briefly reply in the following issue of Spectrum.
Apart from a few years spent in Johannesburg studying music at the University of the Witwatersrand Mohapeloa spent most of his life in Morija, where he worked in the Morija Printing Works and composed and trained choirs. After he retired in he taught music at the National Teacher Training College in Maseru until his death.
He created a modern African choral idiom inspired by traditional Basotho music, jazz, western classical music and hymns. R A two-volume anthology of twenty-four plays based on retellings of traditional African folktales.
R An anthology of short fiction, poetry, narrative journalism and extracts from novels and memoirs. These texts are presented as "lenses through which to engage with South Africa's past. Foreword by Zakes Mda.
R A collection of poems, sketches, essays and short stories.
We speak particularly of art that is of and about the varied cultures and life experiences of people as expressed in our many languages. R A documentary on the lives of black lesbians in South Africa. The dictionary consists of a basic English-English core of about 40 references.
Afrikaans translations for each meaning help Afrikaans-speaking users to confirm understanding of the English information, whereas the English definition and example sentences help the English-speaking user to confirm the use of the Afrikaans translations.
R "Freedom's Child" is a collaborative project between jazz singer Melanie Scholtz and revolutionary poet James Matthews. The children also talk about how it feels to live as a Muslim in Cape Town.
HAT, handwoordeboek van die Afrikaanse taal, 6de uitgawe pp. R A new comprehensively re-worked and expanded edition of this well-known Afrikaans dictionary. R music scores by Joshua Pulumo Mohapeloa transcribed, edited, and introduced by Christine Lucia. Joshua Pulumo Mohapeloa born in Molumong in the eastern mountains of Lesothowas in Lesotho.
Apart from a few years in Johannesburg studying for a diploma in music at the University of the Witwatersrand Mohapeloa spent most of his life in Morija. He "created a modern African choral idiom in tonic solfa score inspired by traditional Basotho music, jazz, western classical music and hymns.
Some of his songs have achieved classic status among choirs throughout southern Africa. R A bi-monthly magazine that publishes fiction from Africa. She married Andrew Barnard in and in accompanied him to the Cape, where he had been appointed Colonial Secretary.
The Barnards returned to England in Her watercolours and sketches record life at the Cape: Various well-known poets were invited to write a variation on or a reworking of the Allen Ginsberg poem 'America', but to speak to South Africa. The Versindaba colloqium served both as prompt and as basis for this collection.
Poems in languages other than English are followed by their English translations. In English and Afrikaans. R A selection of ten short documentary films about life in the rural areas of South Africa. R A collection of six ten-minute plays: R In this dictionary words are listed alphabetically in English, with a simple clarification and translations in each of the eleven official South African languages.
Also contains basic phrases and an alphabetical index for each language. R A selection of case studies from nine African countries which provide insight into the approach and impact of the Youth Development through Football YDF project of the German Development Cooperation GIZ on young people who have benefited from the programme.
Includes eight case studies from South Africa, two from Botswana, one from Lesotho, and one from Namibia. Introduction by Ben Okri. Includes stories by Nadine Gordimer, J. This publication records the contributions of the main speakers, the respondents, as well as the discussion from the floor.
R A collection of 11 short stories selected from competition entries on the theme "My World". Foreword by Wally Serote. The Award went to Athol Williams. Terry "wrote exceptionally interesting and observant letters, and a diary which he kept when a student in Cambridge between andcovering the period immediately preceding and following the outbreak of war in September Together they provide a vivid picture of Cambridge at the time, conveying the atmosphere of the 'phoney war' and the way his fellow students, the university and the city as a whole grappled with the meaning and realities of war.Abigail Williams manipulates the residents of Salem in order to gain authority over John Proctor and God, while the men slowly lose their authority to hysteria and Abigail.
While the church consistently holds power in Salem, Abigail gains power over Proctor and Reverend Samuel Parris, who manipulates the authority of the church in hopes of. The Crucible is a play by Arthur Miller. The Crucible study guide contains a biography of Arthur Miller, literature essays, quiz questions, major themes, characters, and a full summary and analysis.
[Jewish and] “American Atrocities in Germany” by Judge Edward L. Van Roden This damning expose of the sadistic torture of German POW's by mostly Jewish prosecutors and captors in Dachau at the end of WW2 had some postive consequences.
lift up thyself because of the rage of mine enemies: and awake for me to the judgment that thou hast commanded. The Holy Bible: King James Version. Psalms having sorrow in my heart daily?: How long shall mine enemy be exalted over me?
The Writings of George M. Ella. During the s Arthur Miller’s play The Crucible was widely read in British, Continental European and American Schools, introducing Miller’s own particular Hollywood-style morals at the cost of Christian truths.
Here is an article originally published in the Spring of in Spectrum, a magazine for Christian teachers.