LecturerLocation: Block 217 office 004
M. A in Linguistics, University of London (1995)
Post Graduate Diploma in Education, University of Botswana (1992)
B.A Humanities, University of Botswana, (1991)
Dipogiso Molefhi teaches in the Department of African Languages and Literature at the University of Botswana. She has experience in the teaching of General Linguistics, Translation, Psycholinguistics,and Discourse Analysis. Her research interests are in the areas of Language description, aspects of Setswana grammar, and Morphology, with particular reference to verbal extensions.
Mrs Molefhi holds an M.A in Linguistics from the University of London (SOAS), a Post Graduate Diploma in Education, and a Bachelor of Arts in Humanities( African Languages and Literature and English)
Psycholinguistic Study of Language
Language Description and Documentation
Stylistic Features of Language
Mogara B, E. Kari, M.Kadenge and D. Molefhi (2017).Investigating Language Vitality in some parts of North Eastern Botswana Botswana. Marang Journal of Language and Literature.29:9-30.
Batibo, H. M. and Mae/Molefhi, D.(1999) The tone pattern of Setswana nominal forms, In F.X. Katamba (ed) special issue of Afrikanisiche Arbeitspapiere. Cologne.