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It is estimated that throughout the African continent, there are 1500 languages spoken. This list contains just fifteen official languages.
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Sango is an official language of the Central African Republic. It is a creole related to Ngbandi and French. Spoken primarily in the Central African Republic, Chad, and the Democratic Republic of ...

Domain: Language; Culture; Category: World languages; General culture

Comorian is one of the three official languages spoken at the Comoros Islands. It is closely related to the East African dialect of Swahili. Comorian is spoken by more than 90% of the population on ...

Domain: Language; Culture; Category: World languages; General culture

Kirundi is the official language of Burundi. It is a Bantu language and is very closely related to Kinyarwanda, the official language of Burundi’s neighbor on the north, Rwanda. In total, there are ...

Domain: Language; Category: World languages

Setswana is an official language in Botswana and South Africa. This Bantu language goes by many other names including Tswana, Chuana, Sechuana, Beetjuans, Coana, and Cuana. Setswana is also spoken in ...

Domain: Language; Category: World languages

Shona is the official language of Zimbabwe, spoken by approximately 80 percent of the population. This language is also spoken in Botswana, Mozambique, and Zambia. Shona, a member of the Bantu ...

Domain: Language; Category: World languages

Tsonga is an official Bantu language of South Africa, spoken by approximately 3 million people. This language is native to a group of people often known as the Shangaan. Typically, Shangaan live in ...

Domain: Language; Category: World languages

Ndebele is one of eleven officially recognized languages of South Africa. It is a Southeastern Bantu language, spoken by approximately 2 million people. Interestingly enough, the amaNdebele people ...

Domain: Language; Category: World languages

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