South Africa is a major nation and it has various dialects. We have such countless superstars in our nation and this multitude of big names are in various enterprises, some in the music business and others in the film and broadcast business. With such countless various ventures, the VIPs are communicating in various dialects however they all utilization one normal language to discuss when on radio, TV or while singing, the truth of the matter is they are totally brought into the world in various territories with various dialects.
Xhosa additionally isiXhosa as an endonym, is a Nguni language and one of the authority dialects of South Africa and Zimbabwe. Xhosa is communicated in as a first language by roughly 8.2 million individuals and by one more 11 million as a second language in South Africa, for the most part in Eastern Cape, Western Cape, Gauteng and Northern Cape.
Here is the rundown of the VIPs you never knew were Xhosa;
1. Trevor Noah
2. Thembinkosi Lorch
3. DJ Black Coffee
5. Brighton Ngoma
7. Nhlanhla Nciza
8. Linda Mtoba
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