possessive adjective & iceba
1Where is her child? — Uphi umntwana wakhe?This girl wants her cat — Le ntombi iyayifuna ikati yayo
1+OC+There's my mother. Do you see her? — Nankuya umama wam. Uyambona?
2We like her, this girl, but not her sister — Sithanda yona, le ntombi, hayi udadewaboAs for her, the mother, she's gone — Yena, umama, umkile
Remember that in English we use 'her' for girls and women and 'him' for boys and men. 'Her' as used in Sense 1 above is usually expressed by an object concord (OC). 'Her' can also be expressed by an absolute pronoun, especially to show contrast or emphasis.