Shona may refer to:

  • Shona people, a Southern African people
  • Shona language, a Bantu language spoken by Shona people
  • Eilean Shona, a Scottish island
  • Shona (given name)

Other articles related to "shona":

Abdul Latif (songwriter) - Biography
... Shona, Shona, shona loke bole shona Shona noi toto khati Bolo joto khati Tar cheyeo khati Bangladesher Mati ... is that while arresting me he was praising me for my song! “Shona, Shona, Shona/ Loke Bole Shona...” was once being played somewhere ...
Shona Morgan
... Shona Morgan (born 1 September 1990) is an Australian gymnast, training at the Waverley Gymnastics Centre in Victoria under John Hart and Shaoyi Jiang ... Shona was the all-around silver medalist at the 2008 Australian National Championships and was a member of the Australian team at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing ... Shona had previously represented Australia successfully at the 2007 World Gymnastics Championships in Stuttgart, Germany the 2007 Australia vs China dual meet in Melbourne, Australia and the 2008 Golden ...
Shona Le Mottee
... Shona Le Mottee is a Canadian celtic/pop fiddler and vocalist who lives in Vancouver, British Columbia ... Shona has an extensive musical career which took off in 1995 when she was chosen to join the internationally known Canadian Celtic-pop group, "The Paperboys" ... Shona Le Mottee has also been a fiddle instructor for over 17 years ...
Charles Mungoshi
... Mungoshi's works include short stories and novels in both Shona and English ... Two of his novels, one in Shona and the other in English, both published in 1975, won the International PEN Awards ... His first Shona novel was Makunungunu Maodzamoyo followed by the English short collection Some Kinds of Wounds, which was banned by the colonial regime ...
Bernard Matemera
... movement of which he was part is usually referred to as "Shona sculpture" (see Shona art and Art of Zimbabwe), although some of its recognised members are not ethnically Shona ...