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enthusiastic cheering or applause, eg at a sporting event when the favoured team is winning. Heard on radio football commentaries originating in SA: And the crowd is going absolutely bunta!

Contributor's comments: To us in Leigh Creek, bunta means mad or crazy. For example, "The angry horse went bunta!" or, "He was so drunk he went bunta and smashed the place up."

Contributor's comments: It usually means going out of control - either angrily or expontentially well "He is going bunta".