Friday, June 23, 2017

List of African Countries that Speak English .

This list of African Countries that Speak English are the African countries and territories where English is an official language, i.e., the language of government.  See the Country names and estimated population;

African Countries

Population

Botswana

1,882,000

Cameroon

18,549,000

Eritrea

6,233,682

Gambia

1,709,000

Ghana

23,478,000

Kenya

37,538,000

Lesotho

2,008,000

Liberia

3,750,000

Malawi

13,925,000

Mauritius

1,262,000

Namibia

2,074,000

Nigeria

148,093,000

Rwanda

9,725,000

Seychelles

87,000

Sierra Leone

5,866,000

Somaliland

3,500,000

South Africa

47,850,700

South Sudan

8,260,490

Sudan

31,894,000

Swaziland

1,141,000

Tanzania

40,454,000

Uganda

30,884,000

Zambia

11,922,000

Zimbabwe

13,349,000

 

In 2014, we have 24 countries where English is an official language. ”The majority of countries where English is an official language are former territories of the British Empire. Notable exceptions include Rwanda and Eritrea, which were an Italian colony where the British Empire spanned its control only in World War II and shortly after (1941-1952)”. The population in the list is an approximate number from 2009 till now, it might be more. Some Countries in Africa use French and some Arabic and more.

 

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