1[PC+]khe[PC+]lo[PC+]so[PC+]yo‘I went to look for Steve, but his desk was empty’ — Ngaya kobheka u-Steve, kodwa ideski lakhe labe lingenamuntu
2[+OC+]‘The thug was charged with assault for violently robbing his victim’ — Isigebengu sabekwa icala lokuhlukumeza ngokukhuthuza ngodlame umhlukunyezwa
In isiZulu, the concept his is typically formed by combining any of the singular possessive concords (PCs) with a possessive stem (Pstem) from classes 1, 5, 7 or 9. See Table 7 in the mini-grammar, as well as the section on possessive pronouns there. In verbs, it can also appear as the object concord (OC). See Tables 4 and 5 in the mini-grammar.
1[relative PC+]khe‘Is that not Mkhathazi's satchel lying there? I'm sure it's his’ — Akuwona nje ujosaka kaMkhathazi lowo olele lapho? Ngiqinisile ukuthi ngowakhe