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

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English Translation: overcommit 

Language: Afrikaans

to give too much (of your time, etc.)

English Translation: yours 

Language: Afrikaans

used to refer to a thing or things belonging to or associated with the person or people that the speaker is addressing.

English Translation: July 

Language: Afrikaans

seventh month of the year

English Translation: you (plural)

Language: Afrikaans

used when addressing more than one person

English Translation: June 

Language: Afrikaans

sixth month of the year

English Translation: jewellery 

Language: Afrikaans

ornaments made of glass, jewels, beads or rare metals; worn on the body for decoration

English Translation: jewellery 

Language: Afrikaans

ornaments made of glass, jewels, beads or rare metals; worn on the body for decoration

English Translation: you (singular)

Language: Afrikaans

used when addressing one person

English Translation: you 

Language: Afrikaans

used to refer to a person or group of people when speaking or writing to them

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