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  • Afrikaans is the third most common language in South Africa. It is spoken by 13.5% of the population
  • Afrikaans is the dominant language in the Northern Cape, spoken by more than half (53%) of the provincial population.
  • Afrikaans is spoken mainly by white Afrikaners, coloured South Africans and sections of the black population
  • Afrikaans was largely a spoken language for people living in the Cape

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English Translation: shark 

Language: Afrikaans

large predatory fish with a characteristic dorsal fin and more than one row of sharp teeth

English Translation: hair

Language: Afrikaans

Haar means “Hair” the mass of thin thread-like structures on the head of a person, or any of these structures that grow out of the skin of a person or animal

English Translation: hairbrush 

Language: Afrikaans

brush to comb hair

English Translation: hairdresser 

Language: Afrikaans

person who cuts and styles hair

English Translation: rabbit

Language: Afrikaans

small mammal that lives in burrows under the ground and has long ears

English Translation: hate 

Language: Afrikaans

(v.) to dislike intensely; not to like at all

English Translation: heel

Language: Afrikaans

Hak means “Heel” the rounded back part of the foot

English Translation: half-brother 

Language: Afrikaans

a boy or man who has either the same mother or the same father as they have.

English Translation: hemisphere 

Language: Afrikaans

 top or bottom half of the earth

English Translation: semi-circle

Language: Afrikaans

 half circle

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