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Moreover, they argue that this language is distinct from borrowing since it involves such a high degree of transformation in meaning. -proudproud) (13) Nitacheki kwamba toto iko fresh = Ni-ta-cheki kwamba toto i-ko fresh (I-will-check if child is-there fresh, ‘I will see if there is a pretty girl’) In spite of the many similarities with Sheng, Reuster-Jahn and Kießling (2006) explain that Street Swahili is quite distinct from Sheng in its linguistic and social aspects. They explain that while Lugha ya Mitaani in Tanzania is based on manipulations of Swahili and, to a lesser degree, English, Sheng in Kenya is a hybrid of many local languages such as Kikuyu, Dholuo and Maasai, plus Swahili and English.
Hence, in this particular context, English cannot be said to represent the voice of the ‘other’. While there are solid arguments for reappropriation of English among the journalists, the larger context in which these journalists live and work also plays a role in determining the meaning of their speech. After all, even though they spend many hours working together, they also spend time outside of the office walls. In considering the larger heteroglossic context of Swahili and English in Tanzania, it is easy to see that the multivocality in the office is limited by the values accorded to different kinds of mixed language in Dar es Salaam.
Colonial beginnings The Germans were the first Europeans to occupy East Africa in the form of a protectorate over the Sultan of Zanzibar’s coastal possessions in 1885. Three years later, the Sultan gave the British East Africa Company a royal charter and concessionary rights to the Kenyan coast, and Germany conceded its coastal holdings to the British in exchange for Tanganyika. The British occupied Kenya from the late 19th century, transforming Kenya from a protectorate to a British Crown colony in 1920; the Germans held Tanganyika as a colony from 1880 through 1919.
A Chinese Biogas Manual: Popularising Technology in the Countryside by Ariane van Buren