I know that graffiti is not to be encouraged but I was mightily amused by this addition to the town sign of Matata. Matata is a small town (population less than 900) on the Bay of Plenty coast of northern North Island, New Zealand.
Surely there can be few readers who will not know of the phrase from the song in The Lion King where a meerkat and a warthog, named Timon and Pumbaa respectively, teach the main character, a lion cub named Simba, that he should forget his troubled past and live in the present.
As for the phrase? It is a Swahili phrase that is literally translated as "There are no worries." It is sometimes translated as "no worries", although is more commonly used similarly to the American English phrase "no problem"
It'll not be too long now before I'm back in the land of my personal place where hakuna matata.