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Where can I buy airtime in all 11 official SA languages

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Airtime is the actual timer subscribers spend talking on their cellular phones. Many cell phone plans are based
on the number of airtime minutes that can be used each month.

Pay-As-You-Go plans, for example, allows cellphone owners to pay in advance for talk time, and add add more airtime as needed, by day, week or month..

Prepaid airtime is great for teenagers. It allows them to have a cell phone for emergency use or to simply inform their parents of their whereabouts.

Here is a list of how to ask Where can I buy airtime? in all 11 official South African languages.

1 English

Where  can  I buy airtime?

2 English

Waar kan ek lugtyd koop?

3 Ndebele

Ngingawathengakuphi amaminidi wokufowuna?

4 Xhosa

Ndingawuthenga phi umoyakanomyayi?

5 Zulu

Ngingawuthengaphiumoya kamakhalekhukhwini?

6 Sepedi

Nka reka  kae airtime?

7 Sesotho

Ebe nka reka moya  wa mohala hokae?

8 Setswana

Nka reka  kae metsotso yago letsa ya selefounu?

9 Siswati

Ngingawutsenga kuphi umoyawamakhale- khukhwini?

10 Tshivenda

Ndi nga  rengangafhi  muya/ airtime?

11 Xitsonga

Xana moya wa selifoni ndzi nga wu xava  kwihi?

How-to-ask-for-the -bathroom-in-all-11-official-SA-languages

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A bathroom, also known as a restroom, waste extraction, toilet facility is a room that generally
contains a toilet, and may also contain any of the following: sink, shower/sonic shower or a bath tub.

These fixtures are then connected to a sewage and waste reclamation system where they are recycled..

This is one of the most important things you need to know, how to ask for the bathroom in all 11 official SA languages.

Imagine needing a bathroom and unable to ask for directions to one!

Here is a list of how to ask for the  bathroom in all 11 official South African languages.

1 English

Where  is the  bathroom?

2 Afrikaans

Waar is die badkamer?

3 Ndebele

Ikuphi indlwanayokuqophela; yokuhlambela?

4 Xhosa

Liphi igumbi lokuhlambela?

5 Zulu

Ikuphi indlu yokugezela?

6 Sepedi

Na phapoši ya bohlapelo e kae?

7 Sesotho

Kamore ya ho hlapela e hokae?

8 Setswana

Botlhapelo bo fa kae?

9 Siswati

Likuphi ligumbi lekugezela?

10 Tshivenda

Kamara ya uṱambela i ngafhi?

11 Xitsonga

Xana kamarayo hlambela yi le kwihi?

How to ask for a road map in all 11 official SA languages

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A road map is a map designed for motorists, showing the principal cities and towns of a state or
area, usually tourist attractions and places of historical interest, and the mileage from one place to another.

Whether you are planning a trip to another city, town, village or country, a road map will show you how to get there.

Here is a list of how to ask for a road map in all 11 official South African languages.

1 English

Do you have a road map?

2 Afrikaans

Het jy ’n padkaart?

3 Ndebele

Unawo ummebhewendlela na?

4 Xhosa

Unayo imephu yeendlela?

5 Zulu

Unayo imephu yomgwaqo?

6 Sepedi

O na le mmepe wa tsela?

7 Sesotho

Na o na le mmapa wa tsela?

8 Setswana

A o na le mmepe wa tsela?

9 Siswati

Unalo yini libalave lemgwaco?

10 Tshivenda

Ni na mapa wazwiṱaraṱa?

11 Xitsonga

Xana u nawona mepe wo komba patu?

How to ask: which way to the airport? in 11 SA languages

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An airport is a place where aircraft take off and land, usually equipped with hard-surfaced landing strips, a control tower, hangars, aircraft maintenance and refueling facilities.

South Africa has a number of airlines flying between its major cities as well as to some of its smaller ones, with fares ranging from first-class to cut-price economy.

Here is a list of how to ask: which way to the airport? in eleven South African languages.

1 English

which way to the airport?

2 Afrikaans

in watter rigting is die lughawe?

3 Ndebele

ngingakhamba kuphi nangiya edoyolweni leemphaphamtjhini?

4 Xhosa

yeyiphi indlela eya kwisikhululo seenqwelomoya?

5 Zulu

kufikwa kanjani esikhumulweni senzindiza?

6 Sepedi

boemafofane bo ka lehlakoreng lefe?

7 Sesotho

ebe tsela e yang boemafofane ke efe?

8 Setswana

boemelafofane bo kwa kae?

9 Siswati

iphi indlela leya esikhumulweni setindiza?

10 Tshivenda

vhukavhamabufho vhu ngafhi?

11 Xitsonga

xana ndlela yo ya erivaleni ra swihahampfhuka yi kwihi?

How to ask: where is the toilet? in all 11 SA languages

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One of the most useful things you can learn in another language is how to ask for the toilet! As they say, when you gotta go, you gotta go.

If you ever find yourself with people who don’t speak the same language as you do, this guide will teach you to say “where is the toilet?” in several different South African languages.

Imagine needing the toilet and unable to ask for directions to one! have no fear!

Here is a list of how to ask: where is the toilet? in 11 official South African languages.

1 English

where is the toilet?

2 Afrikaans

waar is die toilet?

3 Ndebele

ikhuphi indlwana yokuzithumela itoyilede?

4 Xhosa

iphi indlu yangasese?

5 Zulu

ikuphi indlu yangasese?

6 Sepedi

na ntlwana ya boithomelo e kae?

7 Sesotho

ntlwana e ho kae?

8 Setswana

ntlwanaboithusetso e fa kae?

9 Siswati

uphi umthoyi?

10 Tshivenda

u bunga li ngafhi?

11 Xitsonga

xana xihambukelo xi le kwihi?