Learn an African language

oday’s university students, tomorrow’s entrepreneurs as well as professionals and educators must learn an African Language. Analysis of South African economics and politics proves the unavoidable conclusion that all South Africans must join in common enterprise to get rid of poverty and disease in order to sustain the economic growth. Therefore, the country’s emerging leaders…

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English Literacy Drives Growth

Especially in a depressed world economy, increasing South African workers’ productivity becomes more urgent. In general, increases in productivity depend upon advances in workers’ English literacy. Sophisticated job training, the key to increased productivity and profit, certainly depends upon sophisticated English literacy. As more large multi-national corporations train their workers with online curricula, South African…

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Adult Education Classes Promote Workplace Communication

Meaningful conversation between workers and managers benefits confidence, efficiency, productivity while promoting trust and respect. When workplace “culture” thrives on the strength of shared values and effective communication, earnings and profits dramatically increase. On the other hand, when workers feel separated from their work and their leaders, both the work and the bottom line suffer.…

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Zulu Classes for Managers and Leaders

In the southwestern United States, where managers speak English and workers frequently speak only Spanish, managers gain workers’ trust and loyalty when they become fluent in Spanish. In Quebec, Canada, where leaders speak English and workers typically speak French, leaders gain their employees’ respect and teams become more productive when leaders learn French. In South…

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Learn English Writing

When two equally intelligent, experienced, reliable employees compete for the same position, gaining power, reputation, and a higher salary, the one who has taken initiative to learn English writing probably will win the promotion. Many business leaders readily admit that originality and initiative help workers advance, but the ability to express ideas clearly in English…

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Use Sotho in the Workplace

Because many South Africans claim Sotho as their primary language and another five million claim some familiarity with the original language, Sotho may dominate the workplace. Among the workers, Sotho may be far more common than English or any of South Africa’s nine other official languages. Especially in major urban and residential areas, Sotho prevails…

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