Afrikaaner, or Afrikaang, is a South African dialect of English.
It was spoken from the 1970s through to the mid-2000s, but has been gaining in popularity.
It is spoken by about half of the population.
Afrikaanse was the official language of South Africa until 1994, but is now the national language.
It has gained popularity in recent years in the capital, Pretoria.
Afrikaner is the official national language of Botswana, Namibia and Zimbabwe.
Africans often use Afrikaansk, the second-largest spoken language in South Africa, as a second language.
Learn more about the different languages of South and South-Africa.
Afriemel is the third-largest language in Botswana.
It became the official official language in 2009, but was also used as a minority language in some areas.
Afrasia is the language of the people of the Eastern Cape province, but many other regions of the country have adopted it as the official state language.
For more information on Afrikaand, visit Afrikaands.com.