Language has been much debated lately.
It is always bubbling under. Among other things, it has made headlines through the policy debates of South African universities, the focus of efforts to connect local languages to the digital age - and so much more.
This has raised questions: "Do we need a multilingual education system in universities? Which languages are superior? Do all language groups receive an equal and excellent education?"Here we address something which, we believe, goes to the heart of it - namely, to cultural and emotional issues.