South Africa gets new Zulu-English dictionary

By Andy Rice 7 September 2010

Oxford is bringing out a new Zulu-English dictionary for South Africa, the first in about 40 years. Zulu is the most widely spoken home language in South Africa, and Zulu people are the largest ethnic bloc in the country, so the publishers should make a tidy windfall by selling the dictionary to the Department of Basic Education. We suspect it will go the way of all other dictionaries by making a good classroom doorstop.  Read more: The AFP



As Shaun Abrahams packs his bags, Ramaphosa appoints Silas Ramaite acting NPA head

By Greg Nicolson

The filming of The Beach permanently damaged the ecosystem on the Thai island it was located on.