With the aim of fostering social cohesion amongst people from different backgrounds in our communities as well as educational purposes as Swahili is the working language for the African Union as well as spoken in Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Mozambique, Rwanda, Burundi, DRC, Oman, Southern Somalia and parts of Malawi and Zambia, Africa Unite has started training FREE Swahili lessons in Nyanga at the Sonke Gender Justice Clinic every Tuesday and Wednesday from 2- 3 pm.
Along with Vocabulary and grammar, twice a week, learners will have a chance to learn more about Swahili culture, traditions. A cooking class will be also demonstrated at the end of 3 months in order for the learners to gain a taste of Swahili dishes and spices from Zanzibar!
Swahili is certainly one of the easiest African languages to learn, for it doesn’t contain any unpronounceable sounds.
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