Research

 PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

 2018

35.) Khumalo, L. 2018. IsiNdebele. In The Social and Political History of Southern Africa’s Languages. Kamusella, T and Ndhlovu, F. (Eds.). 2018. Palgrave Macmillan: 101-117. – VIEW

 2017

34.) Khumalo, L., Azom, V., Olukanmi, P. 2017. The design and implementation of a corpus management system for the isiZulu National Corpus. – VIEW

33.) Chimhundu, H. Khumalo, L., Mpofu-Hamadziripi, N. 2017. African Lexicography, Terminology and Living Heritage: Impact of the ALLEX-CROBOL Projects. Kjelsvik, B., Ore, C-E., Vikør, L., Wetås, Å., and Worren, Dagfinn. (Eds.). – VIEW

32.) Dhunpath, R., Amin N., Khumalo, L. (Eds.) 2017. Alternation: Advancing teaching innovation and research excellence in higher education. CSSALL, Durban. – VIEW

31.) Keet, C.M. Xakaza, M., Khumalo, L. 2017. Verbalising OWL ontologies in isiZulu with Python. The Semantic Web: ESWC 2017 Satellite Events, Blomqvist, E et al. (Eds.). Springer LNCS vol. 10577, 59-64. – VIEW

30.) Keet, C.M., Khumalo, L. 2017. Evaluation of the effects of a spellchecker on the intellectualization of isiZulu. Alternation, 24(2): 75-97. – VIEW

29.) Keet, C.M., Khumalo, L. 2017. Grammar rules for the isiZulu complex verb. Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies, 35(2): 183-200. – VIEW

28.) Khumalo, L. 2017. Intellectualization through terminology development. Lexikos 27. – VIEW

27.) Keet, C.M., Khumalo, L. 2017. Toward a knowledge-to-text controlled natural language of isiZulu. Language Resources and Evaluation, 51(1): 131-157. – VIEW

 2016

26.) Keet, C.M., Khumalo, L. On the verbalization patterns of part-whole relations in isiZulu. 9th International Natural Language Generation conference (INLG’16), 5-8 September, 2016, Edinburgh, UK. Association for Computational Linguistics, 174-183. – VIEW

25.) Byamugisha, J., Keet, C.M. & Khumalo, L. 2016. Pluralising Nouns in isiZulu and Related Languages . Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Intelligent Text Processing and Computational Linguistics (CICLing 2016). Springer LNCS Series. Konya, Turkey. – VIEW

24.) Khumalo, L. 2016. Disrupting Language Hegemony: Intellectualizing African Languages. In Samuel, M., Dhunpath, R., and Amin, N. A critical response to curriculum reform in higher education: Undoing cognitive damage. Sense Publishers. – VIEW

23.) Ndaba, B., Hussein, S., Keet, C.M. & Khumalo, L. 2016. The effects of a Corpus on isiZulu Spellcheckers based on N-grams. Proceedings of the IST-Africa 2016 Conference. Durban. South Africa. – VIEW


2015

22.) Khumalo, L. Semi-automatic Term Extraction for an isiZulu Linguistics Terms Dictionary Using a Corpus Linguistic Method. Lexikos 25: 495-506. – VIEW

21.) Khumalo, L. Advances in Developing Corpora in African Languages. Kuwala ACALAN Journal 1(2): 21-29. – VIEW

20.) Khumalo, L. Ukuqakatheka kokuthuthukisa izilimi zomdabuko: Isibonelo ngesiZulu eNyuvesi yakwaZulu-Natali, 13 – 22. In Ngubane S., Khumalo, L., Malambe G., Furvin, J. Ukubumbanisa kwezilimi zesiNguni: Imicabango engenziwa kanye namathuba akhona. Monograph Series No. 263. CASAS: Cape Town. – VIEW


2014

19.) Khumalo, L. 2014. On the reciprocal in Ndebele. Nordic Journal of African Studies (NJAS)
23(3): 140-161. – VIEW

18.) Khumalo, L. 2014. On subject agreement in isiNdebele. South African Journal of African
Languages (SAJAL) 34(2): 137-143. – VIEW

17.) Keet, C. M. and Khumalo, L. 2014. Toward verbalizing ontologies in isiZulu. In Davies, B. Kaljurand, K and Kuhn, D. (Eds.) 2014. Controlled Natural Language. Proceedings. 78-89, Springer. – VIEW

16.) Keet, C. M. and Khumalo, L. 2014. Basics for a grammar engine to verbalize logical theories in isiZulu. In Bikakis, A, Fodor, P and Roman, D. (Eds.). 2014. Rules on the Web: From Theory to Applications. Proceedings. 216-225. Springer. – VIEW

15.) Khumalo, L. 2014. Generative grammar and cognitive grammar: a case of the passive construction in Ndebele: 37-55. In L. Khumalo, editor, 2014. African Languages and Linguistics Theory. Cape Town: CASAS. – VIEW

14.) Khumalo, L. (Ed). 2014. African Languages and Linguistics Theory. Cape Town: CASAS. i-iii, 1-297.  – VIEW


 2012

13.) Nkomo, D. & Khumalo, L. 2012. Embracing the Mobile Phone Technology: It’s Social and Linguistic Impact. African Identities. Routledge. 20(2): 143-154. – VIEW


 2010

12.) Khumalo, L. 2010. Passive, Locative Inversion in Ndebele and the Unaccusative Hypothesis. South African Journal of African Languages (SAJAL) 30 (1) 22-34. – VIEW


2009

11.) Khumalo, L. 2009. The Passive and Stative Constructions in Ndebele: A Comparative Analysis. Nordic Journal of African Studies (NJAS) 18(2): 154-174. – VIEW

10.) Khumalo, L. 2009. Users, User-Friendliness and Projected Uses of Isichazamazwi SeSiNdebele: An Analysis. Lexikos 19 Supplement: 16-25. – VIEW

9.) Khumalo, L. 2009. Looking Beyond Meaning in the Advanced Ndebele Dictionary. Lexikos 19 Supplement: 102-111. – VIEW


2007

8.) Khumalo, L. 2007. Considerations for Providing Etymological Information in the Advanced Ndebele Dictionary. Lexikos 17: 307-315. – VIEW

7.) Khumalo, L. 2007. An Analysis of the Ndebele Passive Construction. Unipub AS: Oslo. – VIEW


2004

6.) Khumalo, L. 2004. Language Contact and Lexical Change: A Lexicographical Terminographical Interface in Ndebele, Lexikos 14: 102-117. – VIEW

5.) Khumalo, L. 2004. The Status and Role of Nguni Languages in Development, In A. Chebanne et.al. (Eds.) Unifying Southern African Languages: Harmonization and Standardization. CASAS: Cape Town: 173-185. – VIEW


2003

4.) Khumalo, L. 2003. A General Introduction to Ndebele Grammar: CASAS: Cape Town. – VIEW


 2002

3.) Khumalo, L. 2002. Defining Formats and Corpus-based Examples in the General Ndebele Dictionary, Isichazamazwi SeSiNdebele. Lexikos 12: 264-274. – VIEW

2.) Hadebe, S., Dube, K., Matshakayile-Ndlovu, T., Mhlabi, S.J., Khumalo, L., Maphosa, M., Ndlovu, V., Masuku, J., & Dube. T. 2002. Isichazamazwi SesiNdebele (A General Monolingual Ndebele Dictionary) College Press: Harare, xIvii pp. +556pp. – VIEW


1999

1.) Khumalo, L. 1999. Kva gjeld vel hundenamn? (What is in a Dog’s Name?) Nytl om namn, 30: 30-34. – VIEW


Total – 35