350pp., illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2017
A collection of essays that explores responses to the challenges of multilingualism, examines questions related to language planning and policy development and implementation, and analyses everyday language practice.
"Language Empowerment and Intellectualisation through Multilingual Higher Education in South Africa" by Pamela Maseko and H Ekkehard Wolff
"Language and Terminology Development in isiXhosa: a history" by Koliswa Moropa and Feziwe Shoba
"University Multilingualism: modelling rationales for language policies" by Bassey Antia
"The Development of Language Technologies in the South African Context" by Justus Roux
"Language Policy in South Africa through the Sapir-Whorf 'Looking Glasses'" by Russell Kaschula and Andre Mostert.
Russell Kaschula is Professor of African Language Studies and holds the NRF SARChI Chair in Intellectualisation of African Languages, Multilingualism and Education at Rhodes University.
Pamela Maseko is Associate Professor in African Language Studies at Rhodes University.
Sociolinguist H Ekkehard Wolff is based at the University of Leipzig.