Weekly African Proverbs
March 6, 2008

2007 Weekly African Proverbs

Mar 6, 2007                 Proverbs of the Nkundo-Mongo Tribes in Belgian Congo (Zaire) Wilma S. Jaggard Hobgood Department of Africa, Division of Overseas Ministries Christian Church (Disciples of […]
March 6, 2008

2006 Weekly African Proverbs

Dec., 2006                    Dec. 12, 2006              Kisubi Proverbs-Northwest Tanzania along the borders of Tanzania-Rwanda. by Nd Joseph Luba Nkumbulwa and Rev. Max Tertraos, Miss. of […]
March 6, 2008

2005 Weekly African Proverbs

Dec., 2005 Dec 25, 2005           Proverbs of the Nkundo-Mongo Tribes in Belgian Congo (Zaire)Wilma S. Jaggard HobgoodDepartment of Africa, Division of Overseas MinistriesChristian Church (Disciples […]
March 6, 2008

2004 Weekly African Proverbs

December, 2004 Dec 26 & 19, 2004                        Proverbs in the Ewe Language (West Africa) Amedzro (dzrovi) metsoa ame kuku fe tagbÇ o.(a) Literal Translation: ‘A […]
March 6, 2008

2003 Weekly African Proverbs

Dec, 2003 Dec 29, 2003                  This week’s proverbs are selected from Annetta Miller, Sharing Boundaries: Learning the Wisdom of Africa (Nairobi: Paulines Publications Africa, 2003). […]
March 6, 2008

2002 Weekly African Proverbs

December, 2002 31 Dec. 2002                  “Muthii ndaumbikaga ndigu.” Kimbeere — Embu Dialect (Kenya) “Whoever walks out cannot leave a banana on the fire.” 30 Dec. […]
March 6, 2008

2001 Weekly African Proverbs

December, 2001 27 Dec. 2001     “A home without a mother is a desert.”– (Eritrean proverb) 21 Dec. 2001     “A camel does not joke about […]
March 6, 2008

2000 Weekly African Proverbs

December, 2000 22 December 2000 A Quarter of an hour is worth more than a thousand gold coins. – Chinese proverb. 21 December 2000 Alone a […]
March 6, 2008

1999 Weekly African Proverbs

December, 1999 23 Dec 1999    ‘The strength of the elderly is in the ears and on the lips’. (Mossi proverb, Togo, Burkina Fasso and Mali) […]