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Descriere: epa09926016 A laptop screen shows the application that was created by Chido Dzinotyiwei of Vambo Academy, in Harare, Zimbabwe on 26 April 2022 (issued 04 May 2022). Two Zimbabwean entrepreneurs have launched a digital platform to teach African languages as urbanization and emigration threaten the continent's linguistic heritage. Chido Dzinotyiwei, 25, left Zimbabwe for neighboring South Africa with her family when she was seven years old. Frustrated by the knowledge that she was losing part of her identity and culture, Dzinotyiwei and fellow Zimbabwean Dorcas Kwaramba launched Vambo Academy, their online African language platform, in 2021. Vambo means 'origin' in Shona and addresses the needs of many people living in the diaspora to return to their linguistic and cultural roots, with the help of digital technology. In addition to Shona and Ndebele, the two most widely spoken languages in Zimbabwe, the platform offers ten languages used in South Africa, Lesotho and Esuatini (formerly Swaziland). EPA/AARON UFUMELI
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ID fotografie: 15540727
Redactor: EPA
Dimensiune: 3000 x 2000 px
Realizat: 2022-04-26
Introdus: 2022-05-04 13:42:53


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