bundu bash, noun phrase

Origin:
EnglishShow more From bundu-bash verb intransitive; a play on colloquial English bash lively party.
A celebration, party, or concert in the country. Also attributive.
1984 Daily Dispatch 4 June 2A bundu bash with a difference..to mark the opening of the Bloukrans Pass Tollgate.
1985 Style Dec. 41A Botswana bundu bash that had the bride boating up the Chobe River..to take her vows in a treehouse atop an ancient fig tree.
1989 J. La Mont in Sunday Times 26 Feb. 2British music circles are abuzz with plans for a mammoth bundu bash concert to celebrate the King of Swaziland’s 21st birthday.
1990 R. Rangongo in New African 3 Sept. 9Traditional dancing, rasta music, a massive braai, and real beer highlighted Sipho Mchunu’s bundu bash along the banks of the Tugela River.
A celebration, party, or concert in the country. Also attributive.

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