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Sawubona, a greeting used by the Zulu people of South Africa to say hello. But the term is much more than just a warm welcome. It is also often understood and used to say, “I see you,” a sign of respect while acknowledging another’s presence.
During a recent trip to the country—my first since its reopening, but second visit overall—I certainly felt seen. From the moment I stepped off the plane and onto the rich soils of Johannesburg, I felt at home. Admittedly, I don’t know if my ancestors once inhabited South Africa, but I do know that regardless of the country they came from, Africa is my motherland…..Click here to read full article.