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If You Find Your Surname Here, It Means That You’re a Zimbabwean By Origin

Every individual has a start and an end. You will go over some Zulu and Swati realms while going through Malawi. Indeed, even their children have Zulu names, like Thandiwe. At the point when we at last conflict with our own siblings, it is because of misconception and wrong appreciation.

This set of experiences is moderately comparable in Zimbabwe and South Africa to that of Ghana and Nigeria, then again, actually Ghanaians don't believe Nigerians to be outsiders, and Nigerians don't trust themselves to be outsiders in Ghana. Mozambicans have never been recognized as pariahs in Zimbabwe since the Rodesian Nyasaland blast, and this has never modified. Then, at that point, there are people like Kekana, Tlou, and Hlopa, who are South African Sothos.

They never returned during Zimbabwe's greatness years and died on the grounds that they had as of now settled families on the opposite side, and nobody was ever adequately boorish to rebuff them for their demonstrations. Just Ndebeles, Sothos, Vendas, and Shanghans exist together calmly in specific spots of Zimbabwe, and this is one of them. Zimbabwe is ruined, yet not to the degree that our nation is. Local people are very well disposed.

The following people emigrated from Zimbabwe, mostly Matebeleland:

Khumalo

Ngwenya

Ncube

Hlabangwani

Sengwayo

Mkwananzi

Ndlovu

Mangena

Msiza

Tshuma

Sibanda

Mpofu

Maphosa

Dube


This is only one of numerous Mzilikazi Ndebeles that have moved away from their legacy.

With that being said, you are a Zimbabwean by origin if you see your surname there.

Source: https://forebears.io/zimbabwe/surnames

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