- A custodian of Xhosa culture - and proud of it
- Mbangeni occupies a unique place in South Africa as the only high-profile female imbongi (praise poet) – a role that is traditionally reserved for men in patriarchal African societies like those of the Xhosa people.
- Google Translate now supports 103 languages, including Hawaiian, Kyrgyz, and Xhosa
- Included in this latest update is support for Scots Gaelic, Kurdish, Amharic, the official working language of Ethiopia, and Xhosa, the second most common native language in South Africa after Afrikaans.
- Mandla may lose his Xhosa crown
- Cape Town - It seems like Mandla Mandela might lose more than his heart to love... he could also love his Xhosa crown.
- Letter from South Africa: Curious Reversals at Mining Indaba
- Indaba is a word derived from Zulu and Xhosa meaning "meeting" or "business, " and this particular indaba is Africa's premier annual gathering of mining industry and government stakeholders.
Xhosa is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Xhosa books and related discussion.
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