what is zulu
Zulu is one of the most popular and widely spoken languages by South Africa Locals. It became one of South Africa's eleven official languages in 1994. Zulu language consists of several click sounds, just as the other typical South African Languages and it is written using the Latin Alphabets.
Earlier South African government followed the apartheid laws. According to the law people were separated on the basis of race. People of different races were not allowed to mingle with each other. People were forced to speak and learn other languages but they wanted to learn their own language, i.e. Zulu.
In April, 1976, the African National Congress led by Nelson Mandela protested against the Apartheid Law and after several years of struggle. In 994 South Africa became a democratic country and people of all races were considered equal and they were free to learn and speak Zulu language.