Kaizer chiefs =

yellow teeth (Sent in by Jasco)

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• 10 April 2013

Kandlovis =

by force (sent in by Conny Masango)

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• 10 April 2013

Kara =

Car (Sent in by Refiloe)

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• 10 April 2013

Kasi =

Hood or ghetto (Sent in by Refiloe)

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• 10 April 2013

Kau =

Boy (Sent in by Refiloe)

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• 10 April 2013

Ke Nako =

Sesotho for “It’s time”, and the expression that helped convince FIFA bosses in 2004 to award Africa its first World Cup. (Reuters)

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• 10 April 2013

Kelly Khumalo =

Pulling a Kelly Khumalo – Claiming to be a virgin when you are clearly not one (Sent in by Thabisile Malindi)

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• 10 April 2013

Kena =

To know (Sent in by Refiloe)

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• 10 April 2013

Kgashu, bari, mavuvu =

Means a fool. (Sent in by Morena)

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• 10 April 2013

Kgasitse =

Origins: Kgasitse means to be crawl. So a person is drunk, they are sometimes too drunk to walk and end up crawling) Means to be drunk or intoxicated.(Sent in by Tshepo Mathe)

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• 10 April 2013