Siditjhile Midday Show

IKWEKWEZI FM  |  Podcast , ±16 min episodes every 3 weeks, 3 days  |  Broadcast schedule  | 
Siditjhile Midday Show targets a young dynamic person between the ages 16 - 34 years who aspires for more in life, willing to change his surrounding not only for himself /herself but for the betterment of others.

This show aims to educate, inform and entertain listeners through a dynamic approach in delivering content during lunchtime

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13
NOV

SAKHA ILIMI LETHU 13/11/18

In this episode, Nathi opens the lines to engage listeners on isiNdebele words which are seldom used to an extent where they don't sound like real isiNdebele words when used.
23
OCT

SAKHA ILIMI LETHU 23/10/2018

In this podcast, we look at how isiNdebele language developed over the years. We pay special attention to words that mean or refer to the same thing but are called differently due to the state or condition of the subject in reference.
09
OCT

SAKHA ILIMI LETHU 09/10/2018

In this episode, Nathi gets in touch with Khuli Mahlangu who is attending a convention where various linguistics have met to look into the Legal and Law terminology that can be translated to and developed in isiNdebele.
25
SEP

SAKHA ILIMI LETHU 20/09/2018

In this podcast, revisit a variety of traditional events that amaNdebele would normally have. Our focus is not the names of these events i.e. lobola, qude, etc. We also find out why they're called with those names.
11
SEP

SAKHA ILIMI LETHU 11/09/2018

In this episode we are featuring uNomalanga Mnguni who is a sangoma. Our focus is on the language that is used when a person is undergoing traditional healing processes and how it relates to isiNdebele as a culture.
27
AUG

SAKHA ILIMI LETHU : PARADOXES

We look at examples of paradoxes. Paradox is a statement or proposition which, despite sound reasoning from acceptable premises, leads to a conclusion that seems logically self-contradictory.
20
AUG

SAKHA ILIMI LETHU : HOMOGRAPHS

In this podcast of Sakha Ilimi Lethu, we look at homographs. Homographs are words which have the same spelling as another word but has a different sound and a different meaning.

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