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OPINION| Here are the sexiest Languages in South Africa.

South Africa is one of the most diverse countries in Africa. In South Africa, we have about 11 official languages and I'm sure we can all agree that some of those languages are very interesting. With all these languages there are some that some people believe are sexy as compared to others and in this article, we're going to go through some of the languages believed to be the sexiest in South Africa.

1. Swati.

The Swazi or Siswati language is a Bantu language of the Nguni group spoken in Eswatini and South Africa by the Swati people. The number of speakers is estimated to be in the region of 2.4 million. The language is taught in Eswatini and some South African schools in Mpumalanga, particularly former KaNgwane areas. Siswati is an official language of Eswatini (along with English), and is also one of the eleven official languages of South Africa.

like it or not but Isiswati is one of those languages in South Africa that people seem to like. Most people who speak Swati are typically considered sexy.

2. Isixhosa.

Xhosa also isiXhosa as an endonym is a Nguni language and one of the official languages of South Africa and Zimbabwe. Xhosa is spoken as a first language by approximately 8.2 million people and by another 11 million as a second language in South Africa, mostly in Eastern Cape, Western Cape, Gauteng and Northern Cape. 

This is another language that people seem to like in South Africa.

3. Setswana.

Setswana is a language that is found in Botswana and South africa, and it is a language that is related to Sesotho. This language is spoken by over 4 million people in Southern Africa.

Some people have said that they enjoy listening to people speak in the Setswana language.

4. Isizulu.

the Bantu language of the Zulus, one of the official languages of South Africa. Some people find Zulu very intriguing and that's because it's one of the languages that have been around for a long time and it's one of the most popular languages in South Africa, it's even been used as Lingua franca in some parts of Johannesburg.

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