Zulu language

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Zulu language:

see African languagesAfrican languages,
geographic rather than linguistic classification of languages spoken on the African continent. Historically the term refers to the languages of sub-Saharan Africa, which do not belong to a single family, but are divided among several distinct linguistic stocks.
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As part of the bands Juluka ("Sweat" in the isiZulu language) and Savuka ("We have risen") and as a solo artist, Clegg's songs and performances resonated through South Africa's long struggle against racial separation.
"In this first report of the use of the TQ screen in the isiZulu language, it was found to have high sensitivity for detecting serious developmental disabilities in children, especially HIV-positive children," the authors write.
The project was given the name VUNA, which means "harvest" in the isiZulu language or Valorisation of Urine Nutrients in Africa.
His ability to make close connections with them can, to a large extent, be attributed to his knowledge of their native isiZulu language. Although Currie does not dwell on politics, one is made aware of his opposition to the apartheid regime of yesteryear, which has left so much poverty in its wake, to which the country as a whole is still subject, in the form of its depredatory legacy.