The phrase "voice rema sese" in Zim slang refers to a harsh-sounding voice that is often induced by drinking too much sorghum beer on a regular basis.

Note: 'masese' is a ChiShona word for sorghum beer.

And the most popular sorghum beer in Zimbabwe is called 'Chibuku' which is shunned by most big spenders in Zimbabwe because it's not really a beverage of conspicuous consumption.

The mentality is that you can't be balling out of control drinking Chibuku. To each his own then...


Example Usage:
  • Person 1 -- "Kunaka akanaka hake asi pavoice rema sese... bho here?"
  • Person 2 -- "Hapanana yekutamba unotojairira kana wazvida."
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