Zulu Traditional Language, Fascinating

This must be a really hard language to learn. The Zulu language possesses several click sounds typical of Southern African languages, not found in the rest of Africa. Zulu, like most indigenous Southern African languages, was not a written language until the arrival of missionaries from Europe, who documented the language using the Latin script. The first grammar book of the Zulu language was published in Norway in 1850 by the Norwegian missionary Hans Schreuder.