- Xhosa definition at Dictionary.com, a free online dictionary with pronunciation, synonyms and translation. Look it up now!
- The Acquisition of Subject Agreement in Xhosa
- Xhosa is a Bantu language of the Nguni family spoken by approximately 8.
- Nelson Mandela opera comes to Johannesburg
- JOHANNESBURG (AP) — A sexy dose of jazz and the refined strains of Western opera and traditional Xhosa song drive a new opera about South Africa's former president and anti-apartheid hero Nelson Mandela.
- Rare South African book uncovered
- Eight of the 20 passengers and crew survived and spent three days with the indigenous Xhosa people before their trek across rough terrain to the nearest European settlement.
- Pioneering African nationalist Soga to be remembered
- Soga (1829-1871), who went against the entrenched Xhosa traditional beliefs and refused to be circumcised, became the first black man in South Africa to be ordained as a church minister.
- Sex workers 'no different to housewives'
- Born to a Zimbabwean mother and a Xhosa father in Joburg, she spent her childhood in Zimbabwe with her grandmother. Her face contorts slightly. “When I returned to (South Africa) I was alone,” she says.
- Xhosa language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Xhosa is one of the official languages of South Africa.
- Clicking With Xhosa - YouTube
- Aug 18, 2006 Our tour guide for Robben Island shows off his Xhosa clicking expertise.
- Xhosa Lesson 2. How to say "click" sounds. - YouTube
- Jan 11, 2009 Xhosa lesson. Video Responses. Thumbnail 3:21.
- Xhosa alphabet, pronunciation and language
- Information about Xhosa, a Bantu language spoken in South Africa, Botswana and Lesotho by about 7.9 million people.
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