• Petra Vandecasteele

Did You Know?

Updated: Jan 10, 2020

The Zulu people, also known as the Amazulu, are the largest ethnic group in South Africa with an estimated 10–12 million people living mainly in the province of KwaZulu-Natal. They are best known for their beadwork, basketry, and have a reputation of being great warriors. To learn more about the Zulu people, visit Rediscovering Africa Heritage.

The Republic of South Africa still has 7 recognised Kingdoms.

Photo @ Rediscovering Africa Heritage

Say a few things in Zulu…

English isiZulu

Yes Yebo

No Cha

Maybe Mhlawumbe

I don’t know Angazi

Welcome Ngiyakwemukela (sg) / Ngiyanemukela (pl)

Hello Sawubona (sg) / Sanibonani (pl)

What’s your name? Ngubani igama lakho?

My name is… Igama lami…

Sorry Ake

Thank you Ngiyabonga

Help! Usizo!

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