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Beautiful house in Rural Venda but check what people noticed instead.

For those who don't know Venda, here are a few details.

Venda or Tshivenda is a Bantu language and an official language of South Africa. It is mainly spoken by the Venda people in the northern part of South Africa's Limpopo Province, as well as by some Lemba people in Zimbabwe. The Venda language is related to Kalanga, which is spoken in Zimbabwe and Botswana. 

A Venda lady decided to share her brother's house in Venda with the caption "My brother's house ri shumela venda" it translates as My brother's house we are working for Venda. Many people reacted and congratulated the lady's brother for his wonderful achievement. It was all congratulations until people started talking how the post was made by the sister instead of the house owner himself who is the brother. Others even said that she might have posted it without his permission and this might lead to unnecessary jealousy.

Other than that the house looks absolutely beautiful ,from the painting to the roofing it looks absolutely amazing.

What do you think of the house? Comment down below.

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Bantu Botswana. Rural Venda Tshivenda Venda

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