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The Use of Language To Define Africanism
Language defines a culture.
In South Africa alone almost 70% of the majority speak one of the Bantu languages. There is an almost perfect correlation between race and language: those who speak a Bantu language as a mother tongue are black Africans, and there are few blacks who do not speak a Bantu language.
Is this common in the rest of the Continent?
How have the constitutions of nations in the continent contributed to the cultures of Africa?
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