South African English

  • geographical distribution of english in south africa: proportion of the population that speaks english at home.
      0–20%
      20–40%
      40–60%
      60–80%
      80–100%
    geographical distribution of english in south africa: density of english home-language speakers. the four high-density clusters correspond to the locations of pretoria and johannesburg, durban, port elizabeth and cape town (clockwise).
      <1 /km²
      1–3 /km²
      3–10 /km²
      10–30 /km²
      30–100 /km²
      100–300 /km²
      300–1000 /km²
      1000–3000 /km²
      >3000 /km²

    south african english (safre, safreng, sae, en-za)[1] is the set of english dialects native to south africans.

  • history
  • varieties
  • phonology
  • lexicon
  • demographics
  • examples of south african accents
  • see also
  • references
  • bibliography
  • further reading
  • external links

Geographical distribution of English in South Africa: proportion of the population that speaks English at home.
  0–20%
  20–40%
  40–60%
  60–80%
  80–100%
Geographical distribution of English in South Africa: density of English home-language speakers. The four high-density clusters correspond to the locations of Pretoria and Johannesburg, Durban, Port Elizabeth and Cape Town (clockwise).
  <1 /km²
  1–3 /km²
  3–10 /km²
  10–30 /km²
  30–100 /km²
  100–300 /km²
  300–1000 /km²
  1000–3000 /km²
  >3000 /km²

South African English (SAfrE, SAfrEng, SAE, en-ZA)[1] is the set of English dialects native to South Africans.