A Niger-Congo language and a member of the Bantu family (Nguni group), spoken by over 6 million people in the Republic of South Africa, especially in northern Natal (formerly known as Zululand; now KwaZulu), with some further speakers in Lesotho; also known as IsiZulu.
Nguni languages are unique among the Bantu family in the use of click sounds as consonants. These sounds were borrowed form the neighbouring Khoisan languages.
The closest linguistic affiliation of Zulu is with Xhosa, the two languages being mutually intelligible to a great extent. Zulu is spelt in the Roman alphabet. Its vocabulary shows considerable influence from Afrikaans and English.
Like many other Bantu languages, Zulu is also a tonal language.
|Complete Zulu||ZU CBEG 1(PACK)|
|Say it in Zulu : Parts 1-2||ZU CBEG 3; ZU CBEG 3(PACKS 1-3)|
|Speak Zulu With Us : Beginner's Course||ZU CBEG 2(PACK)|
|The English Afikaans Xhosa Zulu aid : Words lists & phrases in four languages||AFR DICO 2|
|English-Zulu Vocabulary||ZU DICO 3|
|English-Zulu Zulu-English Dictionary||ZU DICO 2|
|Scholar's Zulu dictionary||ZU DICO 1|
|Zulu Language : Mini Vocabulary Builder||ZU DICO 4|
|Waati (Time)||ZU FILM 1(DVD)|
|Zulu love letter (Lettre d'amour zoulou)||ZU FILM 2(DVD)*|
|Modern Zulu : A concise introduction to the Zulu language||ZU GRAM 3|
|Modern Zulu verbs : master the simple tenses of the Zulu language||ZU GRAM 2|
|Textbook of Zulu Grammar||ZU GRAM 1|
|Zulu learners' reference grammar||ZU GRAM 4|
|Communicating with the African patient||ZU MED 1|