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Nompumelelo Mqwebu is becoming a legend in her own time. She is feisty, determined and opinionated. We loved hearing where her passion originated and where her empire is heading to next.

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Our greeting in this podcast is:

Sawubona

Pronounce it sow:’bɔh:nah, not sah:woo:boh:na
It means ‘I see you’ in isiZulu.
The correct response is;

Ngikhona

It means ‘I am here’.
isiZulu (or Zulu), is one of the 11 official languages of the Republic of South Africa where it is spoken by 11.7 6 million speakers as a first language and by an estimated 15.7 million speakers as a second language. More than half of South Africa‘s population can speak Zulu. It is spoken mainly in Zululand and northern Natal in South Africa and also in Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, and Swaziland.

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