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BIBELE Taba ye Botse: Sepedi Bible – 2000 Translation
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BIBELE Taba ye Botse: Sepedi Bible – 2000 Translation


Bible Society of South Africa, Lekgotla la Beibele la Afrika Borwa 2011

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The complete Bible in Sepedi (2000 Translation) with footnotes, cross-references and a word list. A functional equivalent translation that communicates the meaning and style of the original texts. This dynamic translation of the Bible was first published in 2000 by the Bible Society of South Africa. Sepedi, also referred to as Northern Sotho, is one of the 11 official languages in South Africa.

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Key Features

  • The complete Bible
  • Sepedi 2000 Translation
  • A Functional (Dynamic) Equivalent translation
  • Foreword
  • Word list
  • Footnotes
  • Cross-references

Product Details

  • Title: Sepedi Bible Translation
  • Translators: Bible Society of South Africa
  • Publisher: Bible Society of South Africa
  • Publication Date: 2000
  • Language: Sepedi
  • Resource Type: Bibles

About the Bible Society of South Africa

Bible Society of South Africa provides affordable Bibles for South Africans in their own language and in suitable formats so that all may experience the life-giving message of the Word of God. This organization has been providing the Scriptures to South Africans since 1820 and is a full member of the United Bible Societies, a family of one hundred and forty-six Bible Societies operating in over two hundred countries.