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Ba Ga Mohlala Setswako Language, a dialect of Northern Sotho/Sepedi Language


1.   Nareng/ Banareng of Letswalo and Mahlo  have been localized in Tzaneen and Phalaborwa area as a groups of people, bounded and living together and sharing  the same linguistic norms of Sepedi or Northern Sotho dialect which is peculiar to Banareng/Nareng in Tzaneen and Phalaborwa are, Limpopo in South Africa.

Reference:

Van Warmelo (1935) concerning Nareng/ Banareng of Letswalo and Mahlo, on Social Varieties of Northern Sotho:

Van  Warmelo  (1935) 1.5.1.1  Central Sepedi North-eastern  cluster

1.5.1.3  North-eastern  dialect  cluster Lobedu,  Phalaborwa,  Šai  (Mašišimala),  Mametša,  Letswalo,  Nareng,  Mahlo, Mmamabolo,  Kolobe,  Kgaga and Hananwa.

http://uir.unisa.ac.za/bitstream/handle/10500/4824/dissertation_ramajela_mc.pdf




2.   Ba Ga Mohlala/Ba Mohlala in Schoonoord have been localized in Schoonoord as a groups of people, bounded and living together and sharing the same linguistic norms of Sepedi or Northern Sotho dialect which is peculiar to BaMohlala/Ba Ga Mohlala in Schoonoord, Limpopo in South Africa.

Reference:

Van Warmelo (1935) concerning Ba Ga Mohlala/Mohlala (Schoonoord), and Mohlala (Pilgrims’ Rest), on Social Varieties of Northern Sotho:

Van Warmelo (1935) 1.5.1.1 Central Sepedi dialect cluster

Van Warmelo (1935) 1.5.1.1 Central dialect cluster Pedi (Maroteng), Pedi (mixed), Tau, Kwena, Ntwane, Kone, Tswako, Mohlala (Schoonoord), Nareng of Tswako, Mohlala (Pilgrims’ Rest), Mphogo (Kgwedi), Nkawane and Roka.

Reference:

http://uir.unisa.ac.za/bitstream/handle/10500/4824/dissertation_ramajela_mc.pdf

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