It is so tempting to think of Rebecca Sullivan and Damien Coulthard as the faces of Australia’s future.

But that would be dismissive of their deep and respectful love for Australia’s past.

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Pronounce it /dumɛla/
It means ‘agree’ but is used as a greeting.

The Tswana language or Setswana is spoken in Southern Africa by about five million people.[1] It is a Bantu language belonging to the Niger–Congo language family within the Sotho-Tswana branch of Zone S (S.30), and is closely related to the Northern and Southern Sotho languages, as well as the Kgalagadi language and the Lozi language.

Tswana is an official language and lingua franca of Botswana.

All images courtesy of Rebecca Sullivan, Damien Coulthard, and Bri Hammond


Image via Nori Jemil