IBHAYIBHELI ELINGCWELE (ZUL59)
© 1959, 1997 Bible Society of South Africa. Used by permission. All rights reserved.
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Of all 11 languages in South Africa, Zulu has the highest percentage of mother tongue speakers.
American missionaries arrived in Port Natal in 1835. Among them were Newton Adams and a number of his colleagues who became the first translators of the Zulu Bible. The first complete Bible was published in New York in 1883.
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