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How To Say Hello To A South African.


1. Howzit – A traditional South African greeting that translates roughly as “How are you?” or simply “Hello”.

2. Heita – An urban and rural greeting used by South Africans. A cheery slang form of saying “Hello”.

3. Aweh – A South African slang word used to acknowledge something or greet someone and is mainly used in the coloured community.

4. Sawubona (First person singular) – If you meet a South African and you would like to greet them in isiZulu, you can say “Sawubona” meaning “greetings”.

5. Molo – You can also try greet a South African in Xhosa by saying “Molo” which means “How are you doing?”

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6. Unjani – This is another way you can greet someone in isiZulu meaning “Hello”.

7. Thobela – Thobela means “How are you?” which is a formal way of greeting someone in Pedi.

8. Dumela (Setswana) – Mainly used with the Tswana people, this can also be used to greet a South African.

9. Hoe gaan dit? – Taken from Afrikaans, which means “How are you?”

10. Sharp Fede – South African township greeting meaning “Hello, how are you?”

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