Whenever President Cyril Ramaphosa sets up a time to address the country about Covid.
There will be another family meeting, I hope he doesn't ban alcohol again.
(of language) used in ordinary or familiar conversation; not formal or literary.
We use a lot of colloquial terms in our everyday lingo.
A Zulu pronunciation of "manager".
It can also mean you are standing with a dog.
Zulu guy: My friend is now a menenja at Transnet.
Afrikaans is a Low Franconian West Germanic language descended from Dutch and spoken mainly in South Africa and Namibia.
I would rather do an unprepared speech in Afrikaans that ukujola with you.
Unozethe is what Xhosa people say to refer to someone who is extremely annoying.
Yhu unezothe ke la bhuti.
That man is extremely annoying.
Tyoka to break
Susan aka tyoka meaning her leg is broken
Nyash can be defined as something in a woman backside that make every man go crazy.
Like when a lady shake the Nyash, Men can never be themselves
Thuso Phala is a popular dance move that was first started by the South African soccer player named Thuso Phala.
I'm learning the Thuso Phala dance.
A type of House Music that’s popular in Pitori.
I will choose Barcadi over Amapiano any day.
Idinga is a very formal Xhosa term for a date. Not a date as in 13 May, I mean a date as in you go on a date with someone.
I'm going to the mall at 5, ndinedinga with my wife.
Random words for you this Sunday!
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