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Finweek English|26 November 2020
The curious case of the US elections
Melusi Tshabalala

This issue’s isiZulu word is ukhetho. Ukhetho is elections. The root word is khetha – choose. As such, ukhetho is literarily ‘the great choosing’.

I am glad I was able to take part in ukhetho in America, even though I am not in any way, shape or form an American. Even the fact that at some point, I attended school in Orlando still doesn’t make me an American because it was Orlando in Soweto.

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