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This week's 3 Xhosa proverbs

XhosaEnglishDescription
1. Indaba yotyelo ayikholi. A teller’s news is unreliable.If you want to understand a matter hear it yourself “from the horse’s mouth” or witness it yourself, rather than depend on second-hand accounts.
2. Induku ayinamzi. The stick has no home. The abuse of authority destroys home life and thus breaks up the family. This proverb is applied to wife-beaters in particular.
3. Ink qayi ingena ngentlontlo. The baldness of a head begins at the temples. A big result may issue from a seemingly small matter. This is said in defence of small beginnings. Equivalent to “The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step”.

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