Southern African Journal for Folklore Studies

Southern African Journal for Folklore Studies publishes original scientific articles pertaining to folklore studies and research. Research articles, theoretical papers, critical reviews and case studies will be considered for publication.

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Vol 26, No 2 (2016)

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Table of Contents

Articles

THE ROLE OF PROVERBS IN THE SETSWANA JUDICIAL SYSTEM: A FOCUS ON CONFLICT RESOLUTIONS IN THE KGOTLA SETTING IN BOTSWANA PDF
N S Gadilatolwe 1-11
“TO BE OR NOT TO BE, THAT IS THE QUESTION”: THE CASE OF LITHOKO VS PRAISE POETRY. PDF
K C Maimane, N Mathonsi 12-23
FOLKTALE NARRATION IN THE INDIGENOUS SOUTH AFRICAN LANGUAGES: AN ARTFUL CUL-DE-SAC? PDF
Eric Mabaso 24-37
TROPING WOMEN AND RETHINKING GENDER STEREOTYPES IN SELECTED NDEBELE FICTIONAL WORKS PDF
S Sayi 38-51