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'Pupils taught in vernacular do poorly in Kiswahili and English'

EDUCATION

Teachers who use local languages in class during Kiswahili and English lessons are contributing to the failure of learners in these subjects.

'Pupils taught in vernacular do poorly in Kiswahili and English'

By Augustine Oduor | 30 days ago

All hail Queen Mwana Mkisi! The founder of Mombasa city

All hail Queen Mwana Mkisi! The founder of Mombasa city

Royalty is often associated with kings; a tradition that has existed since the medieval period when societies were extremely patriarchal.

Hudson Gumbihi | 1 month ago

Kiswahili award charts path for African languages

The sixth edition of The Mabati Cornell Kiswahili Prize for African Literature, suspended last year due to the Covid-19 pandemic, is back.

The Conversation | 2 months ago

The complex economics of the misunderstood Swahili lingo

I have a perfect excuse for my struggles with the language: in our days, Swahili was not examined from primary school to high school.

XN Iraki | 3 months ago

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