Languages, Cultures, and Customs
- Brand South Africa: South Africa's Languages
- South Africa's Languages and Cultures
- Media Club South Africa: South Africa's Languages
- BusinessTech: "These Are the Most Spoken Languages in South Africa"
- The South African: "How to Say Hello, Please and Thank You in All 11 South African Languages"
- Kids World Travel Guide: Languages in South Africa
- Times: "South Africa Sign Language Now Official Home Language in Education"
- The New York Times: "Wakanda is a Fake Country, but the African Language in Black Panther is Real" (article explaining the use of the South African isiXhosa language, which uses "clicks", in the film)
- Africa News: "South African Schools to Teach Kiswahili" (article explaining the introduction of a new language from outside of South Africa that is common in other parts of Africa; it is an effort to give people other alternatives to using English as a common language for communication between people from different African nations in order to "decolonize" Africa)
- LitNet: "The Challenge of Language in Post-Apartheid South Africa"
- Cultural Survival Quarterly Magazine: "Language Policy and Oppression in South Africa" (Note: This article was published in 1982, so the specific laws it discusses are no longer enforced. However, it is helpful to understand the history of how language and residency laws were used to divide the populace and suppress certain groups of people and cultures. The effects of these laws are still being felt today.)
- Commisceo Global South Africa Guide: A Look at South African Languages, Culture, Customs, and Etiquette (Note: Because of the many different cultures and languages of the "Rainbow Nation" of South Africa, this page contains generalities but is a good starting place.)
- Kwintessential: Guide to South Africa--Etiquette, Customs, Culture, and Business (Note: This site was created with the intention of educating people from other countries who come to South Africa to do business.)
Languages of South Africa (8 minutes, 35 seconds