Is Swahili an indigenous language in Africa?

Answer According to the Swahili Language & Culture website, the Swahili language originated in Africa. However, Swahili does have some words that are borrowed from other languages, such as chai (tea) and ... Read More »

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Is saffron indigenous to South Africa?

Is Saffron Indigenous to South Africa? The saffron crocus (Crocus sativus), is cultivated from a crocus native to Crete, to Southwest Asia., or to Asia Minor, depending on your source. The earlies... Read More »

Swahili Language Schools?

More than 50 million people speak Swahili, making it the most spoken African language in the world, according to ELCT Language & Orientation School. Swahili is commonly spoken in northern Mozambiqu... Read More »

What language was spoken in Tanzania before Swahili?

According to data obtained from the University of Iowa's Tanzania webpage, it is believed that the people who originally lived in the region of Africa now known as Tanzania spoke a click language s... Read More »

What is the most widely spoken language in west africa?

People in the western countries of Africa speak a variety of languages. Residents of Algeria, Morocco and Mauritania speak primarily Arabic. People in Sierra Leone, Gambia, Liberia and Ghana speak ... Read More »