English to Afrikaans Translations

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About the Afrikaans Language

Afrikaans is used by over 5 million people in South Africa (1996 census). Most speakers are concentrated in the Pretoria and Bloemfontein regions although also found in Cape Town, Johannesburg, Pretoria, Durban, and Port Elizabeth.

A few dialects exist, names Cape Afrikaans (West Cape Afrikaans), Orange River Afrikaans and East Cape Afrikaans.

Afrikaans is a variant of the Dutch spoken by the 17th century colonists, with some lexical and syntactic borrowings from Malay, Bantu languages, Khoisan languages, Portuguese and other European languages.