Daai maan =

That guy (Sent in by Christof Rankapole)

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• 10 April 2013

Dae Ding =

Means that thing. Uses: If somebody doesn’t want to mention what he/she is asking for, they will say give me ‘Dae Ding’ meaning give me ‘That Thing’.(Sent in by Bridget Sekhula)

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• 10 April 2013

Dagga =

Marijuana. Even though weed grows like a, er, weed in many parts of temperate South Africa, it is still illegal. That said, expect more than the odd whiff at soccer fan parks, where you will also meet the “diski dance”, a series of township soccer-inspired moves, and the “dumpie”, a squat bottle of beer. (Reuters)

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• 10 April 2013

Daily sun =

Gossip (Sent in by Karabo Mmutle)

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• 10 April 2013

Dankie San =

(Origins: Rap Music.) Meaning Thanks, Dude. Soweto rapper

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• 10 April 2013

Danone =

dating a young girl (Sent in by Constance Mositsa)

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• 10 April 2013

Danyane or Mawela =

Refers to a prison.

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• 10 April 2013

Di a ntsha =

Party is off the hook (Sent in by Christof Rankapole)

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• 10 April 2013

Di ntshang? =

Means what’s up? Origin from Sesotho.(Sent by William Mello)

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• 10 April 2013

Di siza =

Sister (Sent in by Karabo Mmutle)

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• 10 April 2013