To me, it makes no sense to try to equate some season in the temperate zone with some other season in the tropical (equatorial) zone.
The hint says "msimu wa joto". What's the different between that and "kiangazi."
Seems to me that both mean the same thing. Perhaps report it next time? "Dictionary hints are wrong or missing" may not be entirely accurate, but close enough until they re-implement the "other" option.
I always report, but commenting helps get better context/explanations from more knowledgeable people.
I also learn a lot from reading comments, so discussions like these are helpful as well.
They both mean Summer
Both 'kiangani' and 'msimu wa joto' mean Summer.
Also, so does kaskazi.
the hint or given answer is not accepted
Msimu wa kiangazi is wrong because??????
Msimu wa kiangazi means Season of summer season. (Redundant) like saying "I was run running home."
Kiangazi also means drought.
"Msimu Wa Joto" init caps is not accepted,, but lowercase is Ok. Someone somewhere made that decision.