The African country, Uganda, comes in at number one on the list of best English speaking countries in Africa. This country is known to have a diverse landscape whichcovers the Rwenzori Mountains with their snowy tips, and also, the very large lake, Lake Victoria. The nation is noted for its wide range of diverse wildlife including chimpanzees, and a good collection of a bird rarely seen anywhere else. Uganda is a former British colony that got its independence in 1962. This explains why they adopted a style of education that is from Great Britain, their former colonial master. English is the main language in Ugandan schools, worthy of note is the fact that this country has more than 60 other languages spoken amongst her people.
The country is located at the southernmost part of the continent of Africa. It is the second-best English speaking country on the continent. It is noted for having several ecosystems that are pretty much distinct. Kruger National Park, an Inland Safari destination that is frequented by tourists is known to have a large population of the big game. The Western Cape has a range of beaches for relaxation as well as lush Winelands found around the locations of Paarl and Stellenbosch and a host of other sights all over the lovely nation. Amazingly this country has many other languages that are spoken by the natives in the country some of which includ Afrikaans and isiZulu. This country is known to have about 11 official languages.
Nigeria is known to be the third-best English speaking country in Africa. This country located on the Gulf of Guinea is famous for its myriad wildlife and landmarks. One of the most recognizable sites in the country has to be Zuma rock which is a monolith reaching a height of 725 meters located outside Abuja which is the federal capital of the nation.
Forthly, we have Kenya, a country in Eastern Africa. Its capital city, Nairobi is also the largest city in this nation. There are various ethnic groups in this country with different native languages, however, the official languages in this nation are the English language and Swahili, used when communicating with other populations, in varying degrees. English is the commonly spoken language when it comes to areas of Government, education, and commerce, well spoken.
This landlocked country which comes in at number five is located in south-central Africa. In this nation, the official language is English and it is used as a means of communicating in the educational sector and in matters of official business. When it comes to local languages, the main local language in Zambia is Nyanja, more commonly spoken in Lusaka, and the next local language is Bemba. In this nation, a total of 73 languages are known to be spoken including Lozi, Kaonde, Lunda as well as Tonga.
Botswana is another landlocked country in Africa and is located in the Southern part of the continent. While Setswana is commonly spoken in this nation, English remains the official language of Botswana. Other languages that one may find spoken in this nation include Kalanga, Sarwa, and Ndebele amongst others.
The seventh-best English speaking country in Africa is Zimbabwe, a landlocked nation located between the rivers Zambezi and Limpopo in Southern Africa. In the education system and judiciary system, the commonly spoken language is the English language. Shona and Sindebele, both Bantu languages are also commonly spoken as indigenous languages in the nation. 70% of the population speaks Shona while a relatively smaller 20% speak Sindebele. Venda, Tonga, Shangaan, Sotho, Kalanga, Nambya and Ndau are other Bantu languages that are spoken in this nation.
Malawi is located in Southeast Africa and is also a landlocked nation. It comes in as the 8th best English-speaking nation in Africa. English is wildly spoken amongst the people.
This nation is located in West Africa, along with the Gulf of Guinea and the Atlantic Ocean. There are eleven government-sponsored languages in Ghana but English remains the language of the State and its commonly used Lingua Franca. As a result of the fact that this nation is surrounded by predominantly French-speaking nations, the French language is also taught in the various schools in the nation.
This nation is found in central and Eastern Africa. It is one of the smallest nations located on the mainland of Africa. English, Kinyarwanda, French and Swahili are official languages in this nation. While English is the language mainly used in the educational sector, but Kinyarwanda is the main national language of Rwanda.