There’s a saying that she learned in Africa “ ubuntu”. It means humanity and compassion literally, but basically it’s similar to “it’s good to be together”.
There are 2 main tribes Shona and Ndebele (minority) where she’s from. Ubuntu is from this tribal language.
Background information (Why does the informant know or like this piece? Where or who did they learn it from? What does it mean to them?):
It’s a word like hakuna matata. It’s very commonly known. However, most people know it but don’t use it regularly.
Context (When or where would this be performed? Under what circumstance?):
Her native friends from her school taught her. It’s not used that often and only heard about it in school.
This word seems to be a saying that’s passed down but not in colloquial speech. I can’t think of an English equivalent except unity. It’s definitely a part of the culture in Zimbabwe if everyone knows it.