isiZulu is one of the most popular languages in South African and is spoken by nearly 23 million South Africans. The word ‘zulu’ means heaven or sky and the AmaZulu are the ‘people of heaven’. isiZulu musicians and artists such as the multiple Grammy award winning Ladysmith Black Mambazo, have long dominated the international music scene. The word Ubuntu originates from the isiZulu language and forms part of the cultural values and philosophy of many African nations. Ubuntu is often translated as “I am because we are”. Want to take steps towards really embracing South African culture? Then this course is for you!

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    Our course introduces the basics of the isiZulu language and culture, focusing on the practical use of the language and cultural awareness. We will look at practical aspects of the language in order to learn to speak and build listening skills.

    Learn how to greet people, make small talk, ask for directions, check in at the B&B and order that coffee at your favourite hangout. We will also help you to write emails, work on that pronunciation and throw in some basic grammar. Learn more about isiZulu culture today. Ayoba!

    Get a free uTalk App worth ZAR 500 when you sign up! Includes 5 years of free access to this mobile language app. With more than 50 topics, such as travel, food, family, you will receive hours of additional training materials: hundreds of reading, listening and repeating exercises. A fantastic complement to your online lessons!