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What do they speak in South Africa?

The Languages Spoken in  South Africa?


Which language is mostly spoken in South Africa?

IsiZulu is South Africa’s biggest language, spoken by almost a quarter (23%) of the population. Our other official languages are isiXhosa (spoken by 16%), Afrikaans (13.5%), English (10%), Sesotho sa Leboa (9%), Setswana and Sesotho (both 8%), Xitsonga (4.5%), siSwati and Tshivenda (both 2.5%), and isiNdebele (2%).

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What are the 3 main languages spoken in South Africa?

The most common language spoken as a first language by South Africans is Zulu (23 percent), followed by Xhosa (16 percent), and Afrikaans (14 percent).


Do South African speak English?

South Africa is truly a multilingual society, with eleven official languages. Only about 9% of the South African population speak English as their first language. But despite being a minority language, South African English, SAE, plays a very important role in the South African society.


What type of English is spoken in South Africa?

Nowadays one can recognise at least four main varieties of English in South Africa: Afrikaner English (the English of those South Africans whose mother language is Afrikaans), Coloured English (the kind of English used by the coloured (racially mixed, or Asiatic) portion of the population, the English of the black

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Do all South Africans speak Afrikaans?

Most black South Africans do not speak Afrikaans, although many learn it at school. For older generations, the language still symbolises the brutality of apartheid regime and a time they would rather forget.


What religion is practiced in South Africa?

The religious makeup of South Africa is predominantly comprised of: Christians (68%), Muslims (2%), Hindus (1.5%), and followers of indigenous beliefs (28.5%). The South Africans are practitioners and religious beliefs play an important role in public affairs.


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