Zulu was a language spoken by about 3.3 million people, and was the primary language of the Southern Zulu language group in southern Africa.
It is also the oldest language in the world.
The Zulu languages include the Zulu, which is spoken by more than 100 million people and was formed from the Old Zulu tongue; the Zuli, which contains the Zulus and other languages; and the Zula, which includes the Zululs, the oldest dialect spoken in the country, which means “one’s mother tongue”.
The Zuli language has also been spoken in East Africa, but its origins are lost to history.
It has survived as an ethnic language in many parts of the world, including the United States, and is used in many countries including India, Russia, and Australia.
Zulu is the language of national pride, and people of Zululand refer to it as “Zulu”, which is also used in South Africa.
This article first appeared on Independent Australia.
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