Die Dorslandtrekke na Angola en die redes daarvoor (1874-1928) The Dorsland Treks to Angola (1974-1928) and the reasons behind them . Nicol Stassen
Scholarly literature accepts that three groups played a central role in the formation of the language: the European settlers, the indigenous Khoikhoi, and slaves from African and Asian countries. 32 Eastern political exiles also furthered language contact (between 1652 and 1767, political prisoners were exiled to the Cape from countries such as Indonesia, India and Sri Lanka). 33 Afrikaans is thereby influenced by “Dutch; the seafarer variants of Malay, Portuguese and Indonesian; and the indigenous Kh[oikhoi] and San languages”. 34 Valley and Valley affirm this point: “while [A]frikaans’s [D]utch heritage cannot be denied, it must be acknowledged that it was shaped and molded away from [D]utch by the [K]hoi and [M]alay slaves.” 35 Some of these influences are highlighted in the following section.
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