SiLozi love poem

Mo bonahalela Mwa sipping

Ki omunde mukanga oo

Muakufe I kalateha

Ki mafeleleze na kulata

Turn
Translated into Lozi by Kabuba S
Mo bonahalela Mwa sipping  Ki omunde mukanga oo  Muakufe I kalateha  Ki mafeleleze na kulataTurn
Original version
The mirror

SiLozi language

Love poem translated into silozi (lozi, rozi) the Bantu language of the Lozis (Rotses), disseminated in several countries of southern Africa. Not far shona and bemba, 800,000 Lozis from Botswana, Zimbabwe, Namibia and Zambia will be able to understand my little poem. Lozi is a Sotho language, a mixture of other Bantu languages, including luyana.

The Lozis

The Lozis are farmers who grow sorghum, millet and maize, and also practice fishing and hunting. They are renowned for their state structure linked to a sophisticated administrative and military apparatus. Their kingdom consisted of two capitals which at one time reached more than 10,000 inhabitants, and where reigned respectively a king and a princess. The sovereign was assisted by three councils composed of the royal family, and common people, entrusted with secular and religious functions.
Bantu languages
Kinyarwanda - Rundi - Tonga - Sotho - Tswana
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