Finweek English|2 April 2020
This issue’s isiZulu word is ngiyeke. Ngiyeke is “leave me alone”.
A very long time ago, I had mumps (uZagiga) and my grandmother boiled the leaves of Idlebelendlovu – I don’t know what it is in English but I bet someone reading this does – and poured the liquid down my ear. She did this once the liquid had cooled down enough to be safe, of course.
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2 April 2020