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Man, I haven't eaten a mbususu for a while
South African slang-term used as a direct substitute for the words “I’m sorry”. Pronounced as Hah-deh.
Big Bro: Who ate the mnyanelis I left in fridge?!
You: It was me big bro, hade.
A endearing term for the The best football club in Africa Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club.
Yoh MaSandawana game gang. They smoked Al Ahly 5-2 last week ko Atteridgeville!
slang commonly used in a Hip-Hop context for Hookah Pipe or “Hubbly-Bubbly”
Hade Broer, can you skyf pipe there?
South African slang word for brother, directly derived from the Afrikaans language
You peep that broer over there? He makes nca music!
Isidubada is an informal Xhosa dialect where you add a “d” after every sound. For example “Molweni” would be “modolwedenidi”.
Zikhona Sodlaka spoke isidubada in an episode of Gqeberha the Empire.
Fanagalo or Fanakalo is an informal language mainly spoken in mines across South Africa. It is composed of frequently corrupted elements of the Nguni languages, English and Afrikaans.
I knew they were Zama zamas because I heard them speaking Fanagalo.
A SePitori word meaning "something"
"Ako botse ane deng mfanaka"
"Let me tell you something buddy"
A well shaped, clean and attractive girl
I saw a speke
Afrikaaps is a slang version of Afrikaans, spoken in Cape Town.
I proudly speak Afrikaaps.
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