What you'll do
Welcome to an experience I call Zulu Basics. By the end of our time together, you will be able to say greetings, and exchange a few words and pleasantries in Zulu. We'll dive into the Zulu culture as we sit back and relax with cool drinks in our hands. I will also tell you about the must-see places in Johannesburg and suggest some fun spots and tourist attractions.
I am Zulu and I am a native of Johannesburg—the place of gold. I’m so proud of my culture, my language, and its essence. I have had my fair share of working in the corporate world and have now decided to empower younger women to be entrepreneurs. I find such pleasure in showing the beauty of our culture and language—a lethal combo for a master storyteller of Zulu culture. I would like to teach you the basics of the Zulu language while we hang out and relax with a cool drink.
About the organization
woman with a mission (stayqueens) NGO
Stayqueens WWM NGO was established to empower and inspire women to take the lead, and to create an avenue for networking, workshops, and empowerment programs—all showcasing businesses and business ideas. It's for women with strong aspirations and dreams, who lack the tools or the know-how to implement them. We have empowered women who will help empower the next women, and the circle will continue.
This is a social impact experience where 100% of what you pay for this experience goes to woman with a mission (stayqueens) NGO.
Tribes Typical Zulu snack
Glass of lemonade
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Where you'll be
The experience will take place at an open rooftop bar called the La rosa Mexican restaurant located in the north of Johannesburg in Christian Dewet.
Things to keep in mind
Any experience can be canceled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase.
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Up to 20 guests ages 10 and up can attend.
This experience includes alcohol. Only guests who meet the legal drinking age will be served alcoholic beverages.
Learn Zulu from a Jozi rooftop