About Pedi Language
Pedi is one of the official languages spoken in South Africa, with approximate users totaling 4,208,980. The language is quite common in the South African provinces of Gauteng, Limpopo Province and Mpumalanga. The language has close relation to Tswana (Setswana) and Sotho (Sesotho/Southern Sotho).
The name "Pedi" also specifically relates to the language of the Pedi people, whereas, the Northern Sotho is the official language, which has a broader categorization than Pedi language. Furthermore, the Northern Sotho language is also includes, 30 closely related dialects, of which Pedi is but one.
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WHAT CLIENTS ARE SAYING
About Pedi Language
Sesotho sa Leboa
Country Where Spoken
Botswana, South Africa
Official Language of
Pedi, Sepedi, Transvaal Sotho
Atlantic-Congo, Bantoid, Benue-Congo, Central Narrow Bantu, Narrow Bantu, Niger-Congo, Northern Sotho, S Central Narrow Bantu, Sotho S.30 group, Southern Bantoid, Volta-Congo
Dzwabo (Thabine-Roka-Nareng), Gananwa (Xananwa, Hananwa), Kgaga (Kxaxa, Khaga), Khutswe (Khutswi, Kutswe), Koni (Kone), Kopa, Lobedu (Lubedu, Lovedu, Khelobedu), Masemola (Masemula, Tau), Matlala-MoletshiPai, Phalaborwa (Phalaburwa, Thephalaborwa), Pulana, Tlokwa (Tlokoa, Tokwa, Dogwa), Tswene (Tsweni)