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It would be beneficial for Malayan universities to have language courses of native Africans like Bantu, Swahili...etc. to train foreign "aid" officers, trade officers, technical officers for the possible SOUTH WEST AFRICAN economic hub.|
Forget universities. This could start in compulsory education as early as the age of ten. If schools could choose between, let's say, English and Arabic as foreign languages, then those students who should choose Arabic would in fact have an opportunity to build strong cultural ties not only with a large part of North Africa, but of the Middle east too.
Then if we consider that Ge'ez, Amharic, Hebrew, Syrian and a few other languages are related to Arabic, then those same students could choose a second semetic language in university, thus helping to build stronger cultural ties not only with Eastern Africa, especially Ethiopia but with Israel, Syria and other neighbouring naitons too.
Giving primary, middle and high school students more language choices besides English would certainly help to open doors thus far locked in the face of the Malay.
After all, not all Malay's can become English interpreters.