Words you will hear today: Ska ba forgiva, ska ba fa chance

On Monday, the Pan South African Language Board (PanSALB) announced its South African Word of The Year which is #StateCapture.

READ: South African word of 2017 is #StateCapture

Talk radio producer Jonathan Fairbairn and the Breakfast Show team added a few more memorable words that have trended over the year.

State Capture, Blesser and White Monopoly Capital were the three biggest words used according to the Pan South African Language Board.

Jonathan Fairbairn, 702 producer

Other popular words thought of by the Breakfast team include:

  • Radical Economic Transformation
  • NDZ
  • Cofvefe
  • Ska ba forgiva
  • Ska ba fa chance
  • Woke
  • Tholukuthi hey

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