I've been a little upset with my Kusaal tutor, but also with the lack of good resources. I'm quite tempted to quit it, but I need first to do some research to see if I can find other better-served related languages I could transfer what I've learned so far to.
I decided to try reading some easy books in Sepedi. I've known some of these websites for quite a few years, but since I keep forgetting some of them, I'll leave the links here for my own reference, just in case:
I'm glad to find this wonderful resouce for South African languages such as Setswana, Sesotho, Sepedi, Zulu, Xhosa in both English and Afrikaans. They're very basic and aimed at children, but what I like the most is that the contents are the same in all languages, so it's easy to compare them and build on your previous knowledge in the other languages.
Okay, I'm totally enjoying my Dholuo classes (although I've only taken two 30min sessions so far), but guess what, for a second I wasn't sure anymore about where the language is spoken! This is just how random and crazy my choices are right now. Or perhaps it shows that my interest is rather linguistic than cultural in this case.