News Dziva: Hove Musaigwa Dziva is a Shona word that refers to a large body of water. Since they could not taboo water, each segment of the Dziva totemic group chose an aquatic animal for its totem. Gomarara What is the Shona word for cancer? Gumbo Madyirapanze Gumbo Madyirapanze clan poem Hari The generic Shona name for an earthenware pot is 'hari'. Specific names are then given based on functionality and visual characteristics. Hozi Basic facts about the grain-storage hut, and related vocabulary Kwaziso Greetings for different times of the day Michero yesango Indigenous/ Wild fruits Minwe Naming your fingers in Shona Mitambo Traditional games Mutukutu Mutukutu leaves as cake cases Ngano naDaniel Mutendi Tsuro naGudo - Nyama Yeshumba Inonaka Fani (audio video) Ngano naDaniel Mutendi Tsuro naGudo - Misi Yese Haifanani (audio video) Nguva Names for parts of a day Rusero Rusero is the word for 'winnowing basket.' It is derived from the Shona word 'sera,' which means 'to rotate or vibrate.' Tembo-Shumba Samaita The totemic animal Tembo-Shumba, a cross between a zebra and a lion, is a mythical creature. Tembo-Shumba ('Zebra-Lion') is the totem of the present day Mutasa people. Zezuru Zezuru is one of the 6 main dialects of the Shona language spoken in Zimbabwe.