Of South Africa’s almost 55 million population (Stats SA July 2015 estimate), around 80 percent is African, about 9 percent is white and just under 9 percent is mixed race. These people are the descendants of white settlers, their slaves and Africans, and they typically speak Afrikaans and English. Most of these live in the Western Cape. Additionally, some 2.5 per cent of the population are.
I am Proudly South African. I am a Xhosa woman. I speak my language with pride. Ndingu Malisa, uHlathi, uJambase (I am Malisa, uHlathi, uJambase). That’s my clan name and I’m proud of it. I am.