Pam McOnie arrives for our Podcast recording in clothes chosen to match the last meal she had. Bright colors and peacock earrings to honor Indian culture.

You immediately suspect that most of the decisions in her life revolve around food. And it isn’t long before your suspicions are confirmed.

Pam shines with a love for eating well and for her adopted city of Cape Town.

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A morning greeting in Tsonga

Tsonga (/ˈtsɒŋɡəˈtsɔː-/) or Xitsonga (Tsonga: Xitsonga) is a southern African Bantu language spoken by the Tsonga people. It is mutually intelligible with Tswa and Ronga, and the name “Tsonga” is often used as a cover term for all three, also sometimes referred to as Tswa-Ronga. The Xitsonga language has been standardized for both academic and home use, making it the base language for the Tsonga people. Like with many other languages, there are various dialects within the Tsonga language group. 

All images courtesy of Pamela McOnie.