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English

Hello

Afrikaans

Goeiedag

Ndebele

Lotjhani

Xhosa

Molo

Zulu

Sawubona

Swati

Sawubona

Sotho

Dumela

Northern Sotho*

Dumela

Tswana

Dumela

Venda

(to a man) Ndaa (or to a woman) Aa

Tsonga

Avuxeni

*pedi/sepedi is actually a misnomer - it's called northern sotho

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Q: How do you say hello in Ndebele Pedi Sotho Swazi Tsonga Tswana Venda Xhosa and Zulu?
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