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Get The Pele CUT And Let See The Matjhaba And Phetolelo

Get The Pele CUT And Let See The Matjhaba And Phetolelo. The first Language Day at the Central University of Technology, Free State (CUT) celebrated the diversity and richness of languages and cultures. Held on the 30th of September, the event emphasized the importance of linguistic diversity in fostering understanding and preserving heritage.

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Participants Pele CUT And Let Matjhaba And Phetolelo

  • Mong. Thabang Mkhize: Moderator
  • Mohokahanyi: Setsi sa ho Ngola: Panelist
  • Mof. Simone Du Preez: Language Advocate
  • Mong. Mohau Manyarela: Community Engagement Officer
  • Motlatsi wa Molaodi: Yuniti ya Batho ba Qhwadileng: Representative
  • Mong. Letsela Motaung: Language Officer
  • Ofisiri e ka Sehloohong ya Dipatlisiso: Academic Affairs Officer
  • Mong. Cleo Maluka: Translator
  • Mof. Nomalungelo Mvubu: Language Advocate
  • Mong. Rhyno Snyman: Language Services Officer
  • Mong. Mojalefa Koai: Language Coordinator
  • Morupelli wa Phetolelo: Lefapha la Disaense tsa Dipuisano: Ministry of Arts and Culture

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The day was marked by a series of discussions and presentations, highlighting the importance of language preservation and development. The university’s Language Policy focuses on enhancing proficiency and promoting indigenous languages alongside Afrikaans, English, and Sesotho. This initiative aims to empower and uplift marginalized languages in South Africa.


The Language Day at CUT served as a platform for recognizing the significance of linguistic diversity and promoting inclusivity. Participants emphasized the need to use and celebrate their languages, fostering unity and cultural pride. The event was organized in collaboration with the Language Services Unit, Thutong Language Advocacy, and the Ministry of Arts and Culture.

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