Learning the Local Language: Speaking SiSwati in Swaziland, Africa

David’s Been Here is in Swaziland, Africa, where David brings us yet another local language lesson during his travels. Working from the Mantenga Lodge with the famous Execution Rock in the background, we are given some of the basics of SiSwati (the Swazi Language).

Learn everything from greetings and numbers to conversational bits so you can kick off your unforgettable trip to Swaziland with some words to impress the locals.

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  1. […] crocodile, zebra, as well bird species, just to name a few. Hlane means “Wilderness” in the SiSwati language. Its tranquil atmosphere is only periodically interrupted by the humming of game vehicles and the […]

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