What’s your legacy ?

What’s your legacy ?

#Bethelegacy #Madiba100
Google Africa

Vocabulary chunks to learn from video :

• To spark thought
• The legacy I’d like to leave behind is for others to find the courage
• To fight for equality and fairness
• To break creative boundaries
• To change perceptions
• Respect and hard work
• Breaking cycles
• Hope
• Forgiveness
• Education
• A lifetime of impact
• My legacy is optimism
• A catalyst for change
• To inspire people to be the change
• My legacy would be relentless compassion
• To make stories that last
• We are because of everyone around us
• Empowerment of others
• One of hope, one of justice and one of truth

Asimbonanga – We will always see you

Asimbonanga – We will always see you


Asimbonanga (We have not seen him)

Asimbonang’ uMandela thina (We have not seen Mandela)

Laph’ekhona (In the place where he is)

Laph’ehleli khona (In the place where he is kept)

Hey wena (Hey you!)

Hey wena nawe (Hey you and you as well)

Siyofika nini la’ siyakhona (When will we arrive at our destination)

The Johnny Clegg Discography


The Zulu word “Asimbonanga” means “We have not seen him”, and the song was written to reflect on the fact that Madiba was not visible to South Africans due to the prohibition of the publication of images or depictions of him during his imprisonment.

Today, the phrase implies that the great work he started in binding together a new nation has not yet been completed. It is a call to the new South African generation to find inspiration in his life and work to continue his legacy.

Here, Johnny Clegg teaches the song to the future generation and to call upon them to make Madiba’s dream for a thriving, united and democratic South Africa visible.

This video features the winners of the 2014 MySchool Choir competition from Riebeek College Girls’ High in Uitenhage, South Africa.

[Woolworths  SA ]

Living the Legacy, read more @ The Nelson Mandela Foundation


Weekly photo challenge – Shine

Weekly photo challenge – Shine


photography by vocabularyinchunks

As we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same.”    

 — Nelson Mandela

In response to this week’s Weekly Photo Challenge Shine
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