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File:South Africa 2011 dominant language map.svg


English: Map showing the dominant home languages in South Africa, based on ward-level data from the 2011 census. In this context, a language is dominant if it more than 50% of the population in a ward speak it at home, or more than 33% speak it and no other language is spoken by more than 25%.
   Sesotho sa Leboa
   No language dominant
Projection is Albers Equal-Area Conic, with standard parallels at 25.5° S and 31.5° S, and origin at 28.5° S 24.5° E.
Date 18 November 2012
Source Statistics South Africa's Census 2011 is the source of the basic population data. The map results from my own processing of the data. For ward boundaries see File:South Africa electoral wards 2011 blank.svg.
Author Htonl


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