There is a paucity of information on the nature of influence on language education in Limpopo Province, South Africa. This work attempts to contribute to knowledge on argument writing in the sociocultural context of the Vhembe District in Limpopo Province. The central premise in this book is based on sociocultural theory which states that ''to truly understand the human condition, there is need to analyse and interpret it within the relevant social, cultural, political and historical milieu. This is because learners are social beings, and as such, when writing, they align their aspirations with societal goals. In this alignment,learning is performance based, and it also functions as a self-check mechanism in which written work illuminates relations between discourse and value systems, which are transmitted through the education system.