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Did you know

  • South Africa's second-largest language, isiXhosa is spoken by 16% of all South Africans
  • isiXhosa is a regional language, with a third of its speakers living in the Eastern Cape
  • There are a fair number of isiXhosa speakers in the Free State (7.5%), Gauteng (6.6%), North West (5.5%) & the Nothern Cape (5.3%)

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English Translation: plus 

Language: isiXhosa

(prep.) with the addition of

English Translation: today

Language: isiXhosa

this day

English Translation: help 

Language: isiXhosa

(v.) to assist

English Translation: convenient

Language: isiXhosa

 easy to use

English Translation: smile

Language: isiXhosa

Ncuma means “Smile” an expression on the face in which the ends of the mouth curve up slightly, often with the lips moving apart so that the teeth can be seen

English Translation: about

Language: isiXhosa

on the subject of, or connected with

English Translation: abnormal

Language: isiXhosa

not normal; not typical, usual, regular or conforming to a norm

English Translation: every 

Language: isiXhosa

each

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