I love you!” Ndinokudai!”
What kind of food is eaten in Zimbabwe?
SpecialitiesSadza: A stiff maize meal porridge eaten with meat or stew.Nhedzi: A rich wild mushroom soup.Game meat: Including ostrich, warthog and crocodile tail.Whawha: Traditional maize beer.Bota: Porridge flavoured with peanut butter, milk, butter or jam and traditionally eaten for breakfast.More items
How do you say cheers in Zimbabwe?
(Munovhara nguvai? ) Cheers!
Do they speak English in Zimbabwe?
English is the countrys lingua franca, used in government and business and as the main medium of instruction in schools. English is the first language of most white Zimbabweans, and is the second language of a majority of black Zimbabweans.
What is the main food eaten in Zimbabwe?
The main staple of Zimbabwean cuisine is maize/ corn and is used in a variety of dishes. Food in Zimbabwe has remained traditionally African for the most part, however British colonization certainly left its mark. Common British spices, breads, sugar and tea have become part of the daily life in Zimbabwe.
How do you say my love in Tsonga?
Murhandziwa wa mina - My love.