Injibhabha is a Xhosa term that is mostly used by women to refer to loss of hair (in women) on the side of the hair. Or just woman becoming bald.
Yho seyonjibhabha kusisi wakho
Is A South African slang term for food or eating.
The only thing I want now yi gawula.
A situation where you don't have money and you have no means of getting it.
I'm so Meneer Magongwa these days.
irhem is a colloquial Xhosa term mostly used by ama dyan from East London (eMonti) to refer to sex or a vagina.
Bendisitya irhem izolo.
A term used to describe someone regarded as a fool or someone who is very gullible or being conned
My maga promise me hundred thousand Naira
Mjolo basically means dating. It's derived from ukujola which means to date. Therefore mjolo is the act of dating (ukujola).
Other people may spell it as mojolo
Mjolo will nyisa you.
Bobby is a common name for a dog (usually bad dogs).
Mlume bobby! Mlume!
its person that makes jokes
bossa are you with uncle vrrr???
South African language, developed out of the Dutch spoken in the country since the first Dutch East India Company settlement in the Cape, established in 1652. Afrikaans was considered a dialect of Dutch – known as “Cape Dutch” – until recognised as a language in the late 19th century. From the Dutch for “African”.
They forced us to do Afrikaans in high school.
A general term used to refer to a member of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF).
We are led by a very good fighter.
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