Chaza hachirambwi; munhu haangaregeri mhene inokamhina.

Word Definitions

chaza: old form of saying chauya.

mhene: steenbok

kamhina: limp


What has come to one cannot be rejected; a person cannot let a limping steenbok get away.


One should not discriminate against someone because they regard them as being of lesser worth. What might be considered of little worth is equally important.

Similar Proverbs

1. Chenga ose manhanga, hapana risina mhodzi.

2. Idya zvose; gudo harina nhunzi.

3. Tenda dzose pwere, hapana asiri munhu.