There are many different languages around the world. Zulu is one of those languages that defies all odds because many Zulu words are made by sounds. I am going to share and talk to you about the information of Zulu like where it is spoken at how many people speak Zulu the Government of Zulu, where it is originally spoken and came from the trade and the population. So you will learn many things about Zulu in the paper. According to bitc.com, “A Botswana Business delegation led by the country’s investment and trade promotion agency will undertake a trade and investment mission to Mozambique, Maputo on the 25th – 29th August 2014. Botswana Investment and Trade Centre in partnership with the Botswana Embassy in Mozambique will profile and promote Botswana offer to Mozambique in the form of an attractive business environment, the different sector investment opportunities for potential investors to explore and a variety of Botswana made products that are ready for export.” The reason these countries are able to make this trade agreement are because both countries have Zulu speakers. If trade is needed, as shown in this article, trade can be done in either English or zulu. Sugar imports from countries outside of the region like Europe and Brazil is heavily subsidized will be imported into Tanzania at 100 percent duty it is the common external of the product for the east african community group. Tanzania annual sugar deficit of 100,000 metric tonnes for its local market with imports from the SADC from beyond the region. According to the web the Tanzania had indicated that this was to enable its domestic industry adjust as it is undergoing restructuring. Ordinarily Tanzania was expected to commit itself to zero duty on sugar originating from SADC under the SADC Sugar Cooperation Agreement https://www.nyasatimes.com/malawi-sadc-sugar-exporters-reach-amicable-position-tanzania/ CMT agreed that Tanzania be given a dispensation of 12 months they must adjust while allowing SADC surplus producers they must include Malawi to export to Tanzania at 10% duty and 20% of the raw sugar. 10% upwards for refined sugar originating from third parties. A delicacy in Zulu culture is amazi which is a fermented milk and it can only be shared with family members. They curdle the milk in a gourd and then they remove the whey contents. It is believed that the amazi makes men strong and improves digestion.Beer – Beer brewing is a three-day process that Zulu women are obliged to fulfil. Maize and sorghum (grain plant) are soaked in water for a day. The content is then boiled with dry sorghum and set to cool of. On the third day the brew is filtered, using a sieve, and it can be consumed the same day.The drums are a very important piece to the Zulu African culture they are used mainly for making music and to celebrating. One of the drums are made by goatskin to play the drum you must play it with a flaunted piece of reed and vibrate it with hands. The ingungu is played to celebrate the start of a young woman’s first menstruation. Which that is the drum that is made out of goatskin. There is numerous dances in the culture of Zulu that means different areas in your life.According to the African culture the ancestors are so believed to live in the spirit world they are also known to work hand on hand with god. Zulu beliefs are formed around the presence of ancestral spirits. Ancestors’ presence comes in the form of dreams, sickness and snakes. Opportune times to communicate with ancestors are during birth, puberty, marriage and death.Contact with ancestors are made to ask them for blessings, good luck, fortune, guidance and assistance. Ancestors are implored through offerings and sacrifices. Home-brewed beer and slaughtering animals are some of the common forms of offerings. Bad luck is considered to be the work of an evil spirit and to rid with the issue a traditional healer, known as a sangoma, communicates to the spirit with the help of prayer and herbs.On most of the websites I have checked out some of the most traditional foods are. They have a lot of fruits and vegetables that are not found elsewhere. They tend to eat communally with a few families they also tend to us 3 large legged pots. Most of the time the food is cooked by open flame. Many Zulu people eat farmed products and pumpkin. They have a history of foraging native foods such as umfino wild spinach amadumbe cassava and Jew’s mallow. The porridge is regularly served at a 3 legged at a community Zulu village. Some of the more popular kinds of Porridge that are served are butter bean-based iphalishi, sour milk-based iphalishi elimuncu and pumpkin-based isijeza. Other favorites are a crumbly corn porridge called phutu and curries borrowed from Indian colonial influences. These porridge dishes are typically served with vegetable relishes made from tomato and onion along with dumplings and chunks of roasted meat. Common spices include curry, cumin, salt and pepper.Some of the things are eat are also eaten there not many but some are regionzied Sweet potato chips flavored with cumin are often found at large Zulu community meals. Other popular vegetables added to porridge, stir-fries or served alone include leeks, onions, cabbage, spinach and sunflower seeds. Native vegetables found at meals are amadumbe, cassava, blackjack, cleome, morogo and umfino. Within Zulu culture, there is a special food called amazi that is created by each individual family. Milk is added to a basket or gourd and set aside to curdle. Like cottage cheese, the curds are separated from the whey and consumed. The amazi gourd is never cleaned, and is refilled immediately when it is emptied. The fact that it is not cleaned lends to the distinct taste of the amazi. Which sounds very nasty to me.The beer and the fruit.Zulu culture distinct beer-making traditions include using the native mobola plum, sorghum and maize. Women brew the beer by steeping the fruit or grains for a whole day over an open fire in a special beer-making semi-thatched hut. The mash mixture cools for another day until it is ready to be strained and served. The Native fruits grow plentifully in Zulu territories, and is eaten fresh as a part of daily meals. Some of the fruits have seeds that are used as nuts or for oil, including the marula and mobola plum. The mobola plum has seeds that are considered to be a substitute for almonds. Other common fruits in the area are red milkwood, wild medlar, num-num, kei apple and the monkey orange. Most of these fruits I have never heard of but they sound pretty interesting. The meat is a weird thing to learn about. Meat both wild and domesticated is a common part of the Zulu cuisine Meats are often roasted whole on a spit or added to vegetable based broths or porridge. The roasted meat is served in large, rectangular wooden pans called ugqoko Livestock animals eaten include goats some chickens some cows some sheep and some pigs Livestock is seen as wealth in Zulu culture and all parts of the animal are consumed Hunted meat and fish such as buffalo kudu and waterbuck are also a large part of the Zulu diet.Now it time for my favorite the Dessert. Anytime you say dessert i’m ready to learn about it. To finish a meal, a traditional maize-based sweet custard dessert is often served. It can be topped with a sauce made from chocolate, prunes and cream. Other desserts found at Zulu meals include melk terts, dried fruit leathers, fried dough koeksisters and spice cookies. This dessert didn’t sound very good but I would like to try it one day. Even though it sounds nasty.