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  • The vast majority (85%) of siswati speakers live in Mpumalanga
  • The Swazi people originated from the Pongola river valley in KwaZulu-Natal, migrating from there to Swaziland
  • Siswati is one of South Africa's four Nguni languages, and is closely related to isiZulu
  • Siswati is one of South Africa's minority languages, spoken by only 2.5% of South Africans
  • Just over 10% of siwati speakers are found in Gauteng, where they make up only 1.1% of the population
  • It is the language of the Swazi nation, spoken mainly in eastern Mpumalanga, an area that borders the Kingdom of Swaziland

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English Translation: rise 

Language: isiSwati

go up

English Translation: high 

Language: isiSwati

 not low

English Translation: before 

Language: isiSwati

earlier than now

English Translation: give 

Language: isiSwati

to offer

English Translation: low

Language: isiSwati

(adj.) opposite of high

English Translation: pineapple 

Language: isiSwati

large tropical fruit with prickly green leaves and yellow skin — has juicy yellow sour-sweet flesh

English Translation: breathe 

Language: isiSwati

to take in and blow out air as done by humans and land animals

English Translation: cook 

Language: isiSwati

 to prepare food

English Translation: accompany

Language: isiSwati

to go with or along; to escort

English Translation: petrol 

Language: isiSwati

fuel for a vehicle

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