Laduma is a South African phrase that is generally spoken (or screamed) when a goal is scored in soccer.
What a goal... Laduuuuuuumaaaa!!!
Izinyanya is a Xhosa term for ancestors.
Ndiyabulela kuni zinyanya.
Jiva is a kasi term for dancing. It can also be spelt as Jaiva.
Ey wena uyathanda uku jiva.
You like dancing
A term referring to a large amount of something.
I've got alcohol for days, fam.
Of Zulu origin, this directly translates to "burn meat". It is the Zulu equivalent to a braai. In most cases, it refers to a place that sells and "braais" meet.
Let's go braai some meat at that Shisa Nyama.
A term Xhosa people use to refer to those small cellphones with no internet. Those phones you just use for calls and sms. They call it lepopotane in SePitori.
Yho mntase I saw his tilili hidden in the spare wheel of his car. Caba he didn't want me to see that he uses it for his hoes.
Anondipa Rudo(She/He gives me love )
The South African Women's soccer team.
Banyana Banyana is the best women's soccer team in Africa, unlike Bafana Bafana.
Rekere is a Fool
O nketsa rekere(You are making me a fool)
This is the job of the person taking the front sit in the taxi, i.e counting money and providing change.
He was moered by taxi maths
Random words for you this Tuesday!
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