isabizwanaPlural they, Plural them
1[SC+][+OC+]‘I dished up some porridge but it was too hot to eat’ — Ngiliphakile iphalishi kodwa belishisa ukuthi lingadleka.‘It goes slowly. (e.g. a train)’ — Sihamba kancene. (isb. isitimela)
2[PC+]‘It's eight o'clock’ — Ihora lesishiyagalombili.‘It's 13 km to get home’ — Amakhilomitha ayi-13 ukufika ekhaya.
3ku-li-‘It started to rain’ — Liqale ukuna.
In isiZulu, the concept it is typically an object concord (OC), or even a subject concord (SC). See Tables 4 and 5 in the mini-grammar. The concept it can also be expressed with the absolute pronouns 'bona' (cl. 14), 'khona' (cl. 15 and 17), 'lona' (cl. 5 and 11), 'sona' (cl. 7), 'wona' (cl. 3 and 6), and 'yona' (cl. 9). See the isiZulu to English side of your dictionary for examples.