Africanish (Greater Anglish: Highsunlandish; Africanish: Afrikaans) is a Weser-Rhine Theedish tung stemmed from Netherlandish that is spoken in South Africa and Namibia. It has about 7.2 twisand erd-folkish speakers, along with 8 twisand who speak it as a twith tung. It is spoken by 15% of South Africa's folk, with the others speaking English (spoken by only 9% of South Africans), Xhosa, and Zulu.
Africanish shares manifold likenings with olden Netherlandish, while it also has wordhoard from sundry other tungs such as Bantu, Khosish, Portuguish, and Malay. Africanish has been said to have become an undershed as early as the 17th-Yearhundred, but it was not acknowledged as a true tung until 1925.
Africanish: Alle menslike wesens word vry, met gelyke waardigheid en regte, gebore. Hulle het rede en gewete en behoort in die gees van broederskap teenoor mekaar op te tree.
Netherlandish: Alle mensen worden vrij en gelijk in waardigheid en rechten geboren. Zij zijn begiftigd met verstand en geweten, en behoren zich jegens elkander in een geest van broederschap te gedragen.
English: All folk are born free and even in worth and rights. They are bestowed with mind and heed and should behave towards one another in a mindset of brotherhood.