What is the meaning of Makhadzi in Tshivenda?. Well, let’s find out.

Did you know: Venda or Tshivenda is one of many Bantu languages and an official language of South Africa. It is widely spoken by the Venda people in the northern part of South Africa’s Limpopo province, as well as by some Lemba people in Zimbabwe.

Guide: What is the meaning of Makhadzi in Tshivenda?

Makhadzi is referred to an aunt in Tshivenda language. Makhadzi in a family is traditionally a very intergral part of the family. Makhadzi is your father’s sister and not your mother’s siter. Makhadzi is usually entrusted with making heavy decisions in a family.

What is the meaning of Makhadzi in Tshivenda? in a sentence

Makhadzi wanga vho vhuya na munna wa Joburg. Swili ya makhadzi wanga I do ni netisa.

Meaning:

In English: Makhadzi wanga vho vhuya na munna wa Joburg: my aunt came back with the man from Joburg.

 

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