English: Southern Africa language

Language name: English: Southern Africa
ISO Language Name: English [eng]
GRN Language Number: 6001
Language State: Verified
ROD Dialect Code: 06001

Sample of English: Southern Africa

English Group Africa Southern - The Two Roads.mp3

Audio recordings available in English: Southern Africa

These recordings are designed for evangelism and basic Bible teaching to bring the gospel message to people who are not literate or are from oral cultures, particularly unreached people groups.

The Bride

Dramatized presentations of a story or parable. With performing artist Marié du Toit and music by Johan Kelber. This recording was digitised and is distributed by GRN with the permission of MEMA Media.

Colin's Favourate Hymns

Compilations of Christian music, songs or hymns. The music pieces are interpreted by Joshua Prinsloo, tuned to 432 Hz.

Colin the Companion Talks

Educational materials for public benefit, such as information about health issues, farming, business, literacy or other education. Counselling on two dimensions: • Empowering the person living with Alzheimer's Syndrome (ASP). • Guidance to the family in coping with the situation of AS.

CRAZY - Golden Oldies with a touch of Bipolar

Educational materials for public benefit, such as information about health issues, farming, business, literacy or other education. Hein attends a stage performance by performing artist Marié du Toit and pianist Bram Potgieter. The show forms part of program to raise awareness about Mental Health on campus at the Cape Town University of Technology. Hein finds it a highly cool and enlightening show - jazz songs presented with a bipolar "twist". After the show Marié shares her testimony with Hein. She has been battling with Bipolar for many years herself. The program is touching and inspiring. Hein also has an interview with Bram. The tunes are well-known. The lyrics were adapted brilliantly by Marié in order raise awareness, share information and most of all give hope to people living with Bipolar Mood Disorder and their significant others. Filmed and recorded for GRNSA by Hugenote Media. Director of the production: Dan de Koker. Guest presenter: Hein Poole. Copyright of adapted lyrics: Marié du Toit.

Good News

Audio-visual Bible lessons in 40 sections with pictures. Contains Bible overview from creation to Christ, and teaching on the Christian life. For evangelism and church planting.

Grace - A Testimony of FORGIVENESS

Dramatized presentations of a story or parable. The most powerful act is Love. The most liberating act is Forgiveness. Although the story of Grace Dube played out in the nineties, the story of Forgiveness is timeless. That’s why we should keep on telling it. Our sincere thanks to thePLAN, MEMA Media, and film director & producer Regardt van den Bergh for their permission to distribute this content free of charge via this platform.

HIV & Aids Discussions

Educational materials for public benefit, such as information about health issues, farming, business, literacy or other education. 3 audio only discussions about HIV & Aids.

HIV & Aids - straightforward about the basics

Educational materials for public benefit, such as information about health issues, farming, business, literacy or other education. A short video featuring Hein Poole (https://www.imdb.com/name/nm3712748/bio) as a doctor, explaining straightforward basics about HIV & AIDs.

The Living Christ

A chronological Bible teaching series from creation to Christ's second coming in 120 pictures. Brings understanding of the character and teaching of Jesus.

My Divine Discovery

Testimonies of believers for evangelism of unbelievers and motivation for Christians.

No More

Compilations of Christian music, songs or hymns. Genre: Afro-Pop. A prayer in song about Bipolar Mood Disorder. Copyright: Hein Poole (lyrics) and Joshua Prinsloo (composer). Recording done by Joshua Prinsloo. Music and compilation: Joshua Prinsloo. Hein wrote the lyrics after attending the stage performance, "CRAZY - Golden Oldies with a touch of Bipolar" and doing an interview with performing artist Marié du Toit after the show.

No More Tears

Dramatized presentations of a story or parable. This is a story of hope for those living with HIV and Aids and those living with them. The film script is based on a book by Cecile Perold published in 2002. ©Copyright: Christian Audio-Visual Action (CAVA). Producer: MEMA-Media. Distributed by GRN with permission.

Somebody Bigger Than You and I

Compilations of Christian music, songs or hymns. Bonus track in honor of the Bipolar theme. To inspire and motivate when times are tough. By performing artist Marié du Toit. This song underwrites Marié's personal testimony that she shares in her interview with Hein Poole after a stage performance of "CRAZY Golden Oldies - with a touch of Bipolar".

Tumi - the Talking Tiger

A collection of short 'chats' delivering messages of comfort, empowerment and God's love to children traumatised by poverty, disease, abuse and disaster. Designed for use with Tumi the Talking Tiger soft toy. A series of interactive stories for children in need, to be played on a Megavoice audio player placed in the pouch of the soft toy tiger buddy – with appropriate support and followup.

Covid-19 (in English: Africa)

Educational materials for public benefit, such as information about health issues, farming, business, literacy or other education.

Thomian Choir Christmas Carols (in English)

Compilations of Christian music, songs or hymns.

Words of Life (in English: Africa)

Short audio Bible stories and evangelistic messages that explain salvation and give basic Christian teaching. Each program is a customised and culturally relevant selection of scripts, and may include songs and music.

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Recordings in other languages that contain some parts in English: Southern Africa

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Audio/Video from other sources

Audio Books of Christian Classics - English - (Free Christian Audio Books)
Christian Walk - English: Philippines - (Videoparables.org)
Jesus Film Project films - English - (The Jesus Film Project)
Jesus Film Project films - English, British - (The Jesus Film Project)
Jesus Film Project films - English, Native North American - (The Jesus Film Project)
Jesus Film Project films - English, North American Indigenous - (The Jesus Film Project)
Study the Bible - (ThirdMill)
The gospels - New International Version - (The Lumo Project)
The Jesus Story (audiodrama) - English - (The Jesus Film Project)

Other names for English: Southern Africa

English: South Africa
South Africa

Where English: Southern Africa is spoken

South Africa

Languages related to English: Southern Africa

People Groups who speak English: Southern Africa

Abnaki-Penobscot; Aborigine, Detribalized; Aborigine, Southwest; African-Americans; Afro-Antiguan; Afro-Caribbean; Alaskan Athabascan; Americans, U.S.; Amerindian, Detribalized; Anglo; Anglo-Australian; Anglo-Canadian; Anglo-New Zealander; Anglo-South African; Antilles English-Speaking; Arab, general; Arapaho; Atsugewi; Bahamian; Barbadian; Bermudan, mixed; Black African, general; Brazilian, general; British; British, Scottish; Cape Verdean; Catawba; Cayman Islanders; Chehalis; Chinese, general; Chitimacha; Chumash; Clallam; Coeur d'Alene; Coloured; Colville; Coos, Hanis; Cornish; Cowlitz; Cupeno; Delaware; Delaware, Unami; English-Speaking, general; Eskimo, Creole; Eskimo, Western Canadian; Eurasian; Euronesian; European, general; Falkland Islanders; Gilbraltarian; Guam; Gypsy, English, Romanichal; Gypsy, Irish; Han Chinese, Mandarin; Hawaiian; Holikachuk; Honduran, English-Speaking; Houma, Half-Choctaw; Indian, English-Speaking; Iowa; Irish; Irish Traveller, Shelta; Iroquois; Jamaicans; Jew, English Speaking; Kansa; Kato; Kawaiisu; Kitsai; Klamath-Modoc; Kpelle, Liberia; Ladakhi, Christian; Lithuanian; Lower Chinook; Lumbee; Makah; Malaysians, English-Speaking; Mandan; Manx; Miami; Micronesians, English-Speaking; Midway Islanders; Miwok; Mohegan-Montauk-Narragansett; Namibians; Nanticoke; Ngarluma; Nooksack; North African, general; Nunggubuyu; Nyanja; Nyigina; Osage; Otoe; Pacific Islanders, general; Palauan, English-Speaking; Panamint; Part-Indian; Pawnee; Pintupi; Pitcairner, Norfolk; Polynesian; Powhatan; Quileute; Quinault, Lower Chehalis; Saint Helena; Sarnami Hindi; Serrano; Snohomish; South Asian, general; Tonkawa; Tunica; Turk, Meskhetian; Turks and Caicos Creole English; Tuscarora; Twana; Ulster Irish; Virgin Islanders, English-Speaking; Wampanoag; Washo; Watjari; West Indian, general; West Indian Mulatto; Wichita; Wintu; Wiyot; Wyandot; Yazidi; Yuchi; Yuki; Yurok;

Information about English: Southern Africa

Population: 1,198,000

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