Ditema is a featural syllabic script developed in the 2010s to write southern Bantu languages such as Sesotho, Tswana, Zulu, Xhosa and Swati. It was inspired by the traditional litema art style.
This script is known as Ditema tsa Dinoko (Ditema syllabary) in Sesotho, or Isibheqe Sohlamvu in Zulu. It has other names in other languages.
Information about the Ditema / Isibheqe syllabary
Information about Litema art
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