1951P. AbrahamsWild Conquest 298‘Where do you journey?’ ‘To the land of the Basuto.’ ‘Go well, my friend.’ ‘Go well, white man.’
1960R. Byron inD. WrightS. Afr. Stories 32‘Send a man down to my house. In about an hour’s time. Good. So, go well!’ He replaced the receiver.
1961H. StantonGo Well Stay Well 5‘Go well.’ ‘Stay well.’ Sesuto: ‘Tsamea pila.’ ‘Sala pila.’ These words constitute the customary expressions of good-will when African friends are parting. The friend who stays says to the friend who goes, ‘Go well,’ conveying the thought, ‘May God protect you on your journey.’
1979Y. BurgessSay Little Mantra 2‘Another summer,’ she said. ‘Go well then. And say a little mantra for me.’
1979M. MatshobaCall Me Not a Man 134‘Awu, they are going aboard already. So long, people.’ ‘Go well, Thandi.’
1982M. MzamaneChildren of Soweto 114‘And now we must be off. Remain well, granny.’ ‘Go well, my children.’
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