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Why do they call ten rands tiger?  It just doesn’t make sense where the name came from.  Most of the tsotsi taal originates from somewhere e.g. R50 aka pinkies, because R50 is pinkish in colour.   Thanks ...

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Hi everybody In one of the 11 African languages the phrase “I don’t know” sounds something like “Kayah” – but it’s been a long time since I was taught this, and I can’t remember. Anyone who can help? ...

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Last night I dreamt of a black young snake ...

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why would I be angry?? ...

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why would I be angry?? ...

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Ngicela kubuya kutsi siyini sichasiso ...

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    The most commonly used word is olady You can also use the fo
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    Angazi
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    Ni ku navelela siku lerinene ro velekiwa. Transalates to, wi
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    Hi The word your looking for is mpša  = dog in english
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    Queen = Koningin [Afrikaans]

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Hi everybody In one of the 11 African languages the phrase “I don’t know” sounds something like “Kayah” – but it’s been a long time since I was taught this, and I can’t remember. Anyone who can help? ...

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Why do they call ten rands tiger?  It just doesn’t make sense where the name came from.  Most of the tsotsi taal originates from somewhere e.g. R50 aka pinkies, because R50 is pinkish in colour.   Thanks ...

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Please could someone kind please help me with an English translation of a section of former-President Jacob Zuma’s resignation speech, delivered on 14 February 2018, namely:- Ngithanda ukusho ukuthi kwizinkalo ngezinkalo lapho abantu bakithi bekhona, ngokuzithoba okungenamkhawulo kusemqoka ukunazisa ukuthi angidaze ...

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Please could I ask whether either ‘Matamela’ or ‘Ramaphosa’ means ‘new dawn’ in any African language (I anticipate TshiVenda)? Many thanks, Jan. ...

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