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Say: 'Women are kind' in isiZulu

Teacher Sky ends off his Women's Month-themed Khuluma Nathi with an easy isiZUlu phrase to glorify women - 'abantu besifazane banomusa'. Listen to the podcast for Teacher Sky's lesson.

Say: 'Women are nurturing' in isiZulu

As we near the end of Women's Month, uThisha Sky Tshabalala continues to shine the spotlight on the many roles that women play in our lives; like that of nurturing. Can you say 'women are nurturing' in isiZulu? How good is your pronunciation? Listen to the podcast to practice.

Say: 'Women are strong' in isiZulu

Uthisha Sky has been honouring women for women's month and this morning he discovered that his mischievous student, Darren Maule, still doesn't know what the isiZulu word for 'women' is.
Are you a better student than Darren?

Say: 'Women are thoughtful' in isiZulu

UThisha Sky is back with another lesson on women and their amazing characteristics. Keri Miller, the A student mastered it once again, but we can't say the same for the mischievous Darren.

Say: 'Women are like flowers' in isiZulu

This women's month, and every other month, give the woman in your life a compliment and make her day. UThisha Sky Tshabalala wants you to try this new phrase, 'women are like flowers.' Easy, right?

Say: 'Women are brave' in isiZulu

In keeping with the Women's Month theme, uThisha Sky Tshabalala continues to highlight the amazing characteristics that women possess. 'Women Are Brave' was what he taught us today.

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