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Top 20 Bantu proverbs and Sayings It is better to have no law than not enforcing it. And another Bantu proverb is Cunning comes to an end, what remains is folly. Enjoy these Types of Bantu Proverbs and Sayings.

A bone does not bring itself, it is people that bring it.

A child one does not instruct on return, one instructs him when going.

Your friend, one doesn't stare at his forehead, one stares at his stomach.

Even if your bee-hive has no honey in it, you shouldn't break it up.

A woman's clothes are the price her husband pays for peace.

Earth is like a prison: we all go in through the same door, but we stay in different cells.

It is better to have no law than not enforcing it.

Just one by one white hairs have come, and thus have they grown.

You take a bull by the horns and a man by his words.

Words in conversation are like beans, one breaks them off where they are ripe.

Who suffers from diarrhea, is not afraid of the dark.

Whenever I work hard for other people, I always sleep on an empty stomach.

When there is on a red-hot hoe, it is not grasped.

What one won't eat by itself, one will eat when mixed with other food.

We celebrated at the wax door, and all the time the honeycomb was empty within.

Visitors' footfalls are like medicine; they heal the sick.

There are forty kinds of lunacy, but only one kind of common sense.

About Bantu proverbs

Bantu proverbs are particularly insightful and therefore smart to use. I here describe such proverbs related to Bantu people. Enjoy the Bantu Proverbs which are given above the page.