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Keith Goddard
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« on: January 14 2007 »

Dear Peter

Please tell Stephan that the website is a great improvement although the top
frame is rather large and intrusive. I understand that it is because of the
shape and length of the river. There is also a white-space column on the
left hand side which, although helps with viewing on an 800 x 600 screen is
also a bit distracting. I like the font and the layout very much and the
menu bar is a great improvement although I get the feeling that there could
be some javascript submenu items to help guide you through the site.

I can't log into the discussion forum anymore.

Best wishes

Keith
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Pottar Muzamba
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« Reply #1 on: January 14 2007 »

Hi. Peter

Compliments of the new year. I hope the 2007 year will bringing great
blessings and will be more brighter. I had a chance to browse the
website and it appeared more structured and standardised. It now appears
like any other website and easy to navigate around. Congratulation for
the new website development ideas.

Stay blessed

Pottar.



Dear Peter

Please tell Stephan that the website is a great improvement although the top
frame is rather large and intrusive. I understand that it is because of the
shape and length of the river. There is also a white-space column on the
left hand side which, although helps with viewing on an 800 x 600 screen is
also a bit distracting. I like the font and the layout very much and the
menu bar is a great improvement although I get the feeling that there could
be some javascript submenu items to help guide you through the site.

I can't log into the discussion forum anymore.

Best wishes

Keith
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Titia Warndorff
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« Reply #2 on: January 14 2007 »

Dear Mulonga Friends,

First of all a happy 2007!

I read with interest the news about your new web-design. Maybe we, as Binga Trees, can come for a training course to you or in an other way get support in designing our own website.

All the best,
Titia Warndorff
binga.trees@zol.co.zw
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Richard Simango
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« Reply #3 on: January 15 2007 »

In our Plan which will emerge after the feasibility study currently underway, we would like to promote e-business for the Tonga Community through providing training and web space services to our local Partners.  A couple of similar requests, like yours, have come through our office. We can nonetheless now assist you with the training and designing but you will have to identify another organisation for hosting, e.g. comone, untill we are ready.

Kind Regards,

TO Manager

Dear Mulonga Friends,

First of all a happy 2007!

I read with interest the news about your new web-design. Maybe we, as Binga Trees, can come for a training course to you or in an other way get support in designing our own website.

All the best,
Titia Warndorff
binga.trees@zol.co.zw
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Peter Kuthan
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« Reply #4 on: January 15 2007 »

 Dear friends @ Binga trees

thanks for your feedback referring to our recent newsletter and the mulonga website redesign.

Yes, the project is aiming to provide for some training in webdesign in the near future also and you are welcome to attend. A first attempt was made with the establishment of subsites for some Tonga.Online ITCs in 2004 but a more comprehensive approach should follow up taking chance of the new content management system.

Please contact and stay in touch with Pottar Muzamba, the new Project Director, and with Richard Simango, Operations & Technical Manager, for some advice and assistance in this regard.

best wishes from Austria
Peter / AZFA
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Michael Schönhuth
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« Reply #5 on: January 17 2007 »

Hallo Peter ,

Gratulation zum neuen Design Eurer Mulongaseite.

Content Management "CM" hätte ich mir für meine Kulturglossar-Seite (Schönhuth 2006: „Kultur und Entwicklung“:  http://www.uni-trier.de/kulturglossar/ ) auch gewünscht. Leider zu spät davon gehört

Wir sehen uns ja bald auf der Wiener Tagung.
(Networking Conference: European Network. Culture and Development
25-27 January, Diplomatic Academy of Vienna)

Bis dann
Michael

PD Dr. Michael Schönhuth
Exzellenzcluster "Gesellschaftliche Abhängigkeiten und soziale Netzwerke"
Cluster of Excellence "Social Networks"
University of Trier, Germany
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Nicole
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« Reply #6 on: January 24 2007 »

Hallo Peter,

habe gerade Ö1 mulonga net sendung gehört! hat mich riesig gefreut auch mal Keith sprechen zu hören. Toll habt ihr das gemacht!!

Pamberi, move on with the good work!

Freu mich, von dir zu hören, in the meantime

all the best

nicole
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« Reply #7 on: February 25 2007 »

Hallo Peter

ich finde die Gestaltung der Seiten wirklich sehr schön - speziell auch das Farbkonzept -- alles wirkt sehr leicht und ist zudem noch übersichtlich..

Liebe Gruesse

Eva Wohlgemuth

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« Reply #8 on: June 04 2007 »

Hello!

I found your website from wikipedia and am very interested in your project.  I just got back from 3 weeks in southern Zambia, where I learned a little bit of Tonga but would have loved to learn more.

here are some of the things i picked up though.
Mulibiya Buti?- How is the afternoon?
Kwasiya Buti?- How is the evening?
mulilo- Fire
Diunka- Goodbye (to one person)
Twiunka- Goodbye (to many)
Leza Amuleleke- God Bless You (Adult)
Leza Akuleleke- God Bless You (Child)
Leza Amuleleke Lyoonse- God Bless You All/Everyone

thank you for your website.
-Britton
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« Reply #9 on: June 12 2007 »

Dear Peter,
 
          Greetings.
             
            I have read the Chitonga dictionary but let me make a few corrections
 
Mwalibizya buti ? how is the afternoon not mulibiya buti ?
Ndaunka -one person saying goodbye not diunka
Twaunka- many saying goodbye
 
These are the only corrections.
 
 
Miyanda.
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Peter Kuthan / AZFA
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« Reply #10 on: March 13 2008 »

Hallo Peter,
habe mich sehr gefreut Dich zu treffen und mich mit Dir zu unterhalten.
Habe mich jetzt nur ganz kurz im mulonga.net umgesehen. Gefällt mir von den
Farben und vom einfachen Handling her sehr gut. Ich könnte mir mehr
Fotos von den Menschen vorstellen...
Liebe Grüsse
Robert W.
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