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  • 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%)
  • South Africa's second-largest language, isiXhosa is spoken by 16% of all South Africans

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English Translation: jewellery 

Language: isiXhosa

ornaments made of glass, jewels, beads or rare metals; worn on the body for decoration

English Translation: space

Language: isiXhosa

that which exists outside Earth’s atmosphere

English Translation: debit card 

Language: isiXhosa

card from your bank with which you can pay for things with money that you have in your account (but not the bank’s credit)

English Translation: handcuffs

Language: isiXhosa

a pair of metal rings joined by a chain, used for holding the wrists of a prisoner together

English Translation: coal 

Language: isiXhosa

black, fossilised pieces of wood or other plant material with which to make fire

English Translation: coal

Language: isiXhosa

a hard black substance that is extracted from the ground and burned as fuel.

English Translation: human right

Language: isiXhosa

just treatment due to all people

English Translation: power 

Language: isiXhosa

orce, authority

English Translation: force

Language: isiXhosa

power; strength; intensity; the power or strength which something has; powerful effect or quality that something or someone has

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