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GONE!!!πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ•ΊπŸ•ΊπŸ•ΊπŸ•Ί Jul 6
Stars on Africa πŸ’§πŸ’§πŸ’§πŸ’§πŸŒ‘οΈπŸŒ‘οΈπŸŒ‘οΈ
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khodani maanda Jul 14
What’s this in Tshivenda
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Ronewa_Amy 2 Apr 18
β™₯️ beauty!
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Muofhe_H Mar 6
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NΓͺΓ΄ M Matsunyane - Unalome! 23 Mar 17
Surprisingly, I don't remember acting in his home language. I wonder why...
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Mankgo Mojapelo 13 Sep 15
Today you are forced to listen to without subtitles! Hahaha, multilingualism is the way.
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Simon Mpilo 22 Apr 18
Replying to @mpilo_simon
πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘ l am convinced is amazing,
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Madzenga Jun 22
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New Africa Books Aug 31
Our fave has been translated into EIGHT new languages. Alongside the English version, it is now available in , , , , , , and !
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#Hoshlo 26 Jun 16
This is a disgrace: just realized that I battle to read and even speek my own language not I need Venda friends to help.
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Ngcebo Wakwa Nzama ✌️ Sep 20
Getting myself a Venda Husband wouldn't be such a bad idea 😍😍
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Siphenathi Qeja πŸ‡ΏπŸ‡¦ May 22
Please retweet. South African languages. What is a crown in your language?
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Dr. Irene Mawela Jan 4
Coming this month... "The Best Of The SABC Years", featuring 22 of my previously unreleased songs. More details coming soon!
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Matshivha Sylvester 18 Dec 17
That portion of the South African National Anthem that is in Afrikaans should be changed to
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SonndiπŸ‡ΏπŸ‡¦ 23 Dec 14
must stop being tribalist, We also want to c our names on all Coke containers. E.g Azwinndini , Lufuno, Mutandangauwe.
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Mankgo Mojapelo 13 Sep 15
Most of our white priests can sing and speak fluent but my black fellows understand zilch. Lea swabiΕ‘a wa tseba.
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Sonto Ndlovu 7 Jan 18
language is so beautiful and sounds very romantic , right up there with French.
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#LufunoOutNow Jun 11
/Lufuno/ Noun A young man who left in pursuit of his father who was a migrant worker. Lufuno never made it home. Lufuno (love) unexpectedly left the home when he was needed the most. He was the hope of the family. Lufuno come back home.
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Ilana Wilken Jul 19
Deadline extension for the speech data collection project! Please contact cmoors@csir.co za if you want to participate.
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Walter Ntatamala 4 Nov 13
tshiri: 'Even if you slaughter it in the cave, the vultures will see it's. Ndi matsheloni thama dzanga.
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