Where Can I Study Languages In South Africa

What is a Language?

Language is a structured system of communication that consists of grammar and vocabulary. It is the primary means by which humans convey meaning, both in spoken and written forms, and may also be conveyed through sign languages.

Where Can I Study Languages In South Africa

  • Bachelor. English Studies (Hons) Stellenbosch University. Stellenbosch, Western Cape, South Africa.
  • B.A. Latin (Honours) Faculty of Humanities.
  • B.A. Language Practice. University of Johannesburg
  • Bachelor. Languages and Social Sciences. Faculty of Education.

Which is the best South African language to learn?

A: Which language you choose depends mainly on where you plan to live or work after completing your studies. 

Zulu is the most widely spoken language in South Africa and it is used as a lingua franca (a common language used by speakers of different languages) throughout southern Africa.

Which foreign language is in demand in South Africa?

German is a highly sought-after foreign language in South Africa. This is because Germany is a major trading partner for South Africa, and many German companies are operating in the country.

In addition, German is also an official language of the European Union and is widely spoken in Europe.

What is the hardest language to speak in South Africa?


Xhosa is one of the most difficult languages to learn because of its complex structure.

It is spoken by 8 million people in South Africa and by 11 million people throughout Africa. Most of its speakers live in the Eastern Cape, Western Cape, Gauteng, and Northern Cape.

What is the easiest language to learn in South Africa?

There are nine official languages in South Africa. Most europeans speak english and/or afrikaans.

Amongst the africans they would speak their mother tongue, (zulu, xhosa, pedi, Venda etc and either English or Afrikaans. Depending on where you come from either English or afrikaans would be the easiest to learn.