Also known as Sesotho or Tswana. Africa is home to several language families and hundreds of languages all these different cultures countries and people have something in common they can be found now world wide and one way of keeping and telling others about your roots is African Surname and there for it is considered as very important in todays African culture. British last names have evolved from the first names that were eventually adopted as family names, taken from places, immigrants, conquests and more. Following is a list of all Nguni groups in general, including amaZulu, amaHlubi, amaSwati, amaNdebele (north and south) and partly amaXhosa. Afrikaans surnames from Romance languages (2 c, 0 e) Pages in category "Afrikaans surnames" The following 21 pages are in this category, out of 21 total. These include: Izithakazelo, or better still, Zulu clan names are the authentic African identity that all Zulus identify with. Like it is in every culture, especially in Africa naming a child according to the clan expectations is a great source of identity. Spoken in the southern countries of Africa, especially Lesotho and Botswana. South African civil law makes provision for the surnames of minor children (under 16) to be changed, but certain conditions and requirements that have to be met first. English surnames like Smith and Earl have always been common among Afrikaners and so does the Portuguese surname, Ferreira. Pronunciation : case sensitive: see the pronunciation key for a guide on how to write the sounds; sounds can only be searched in names that have been assigned pronunciations * is a wildcard that will match zero or more letters in the pronunciation example: *lee matches names which end with the sound lee _ is a wildcard that will match exactly one letter in the pronunciation Leballo Lebusa Lekoelea Lekota Mahao Mahlasela Majoro Makwetla Mangoaela Mbeki Modise Moeketsi Mohapi Mokitimi Mokoena Mopeli Mothopeng Mutsi Ngoepe Nkoli Tsutsulupa Tutu This Genealogy website is a totally free website, dedicated to the British Settlers to South Africa in 1820, their descendants and researchers. Discover your DNA story and unlock the secrets of your ancestry and genealogy with our DNA kits for ancestry and the world’s most comprehensive DNA database. Most surnames in the English region have been derived from patronymic, habitational or topographical names. The site, which has over two million online records, gives plenty of links to other sites, lists of surnames being researched in South Africa, baptism, marriage and death transcriptions for the 1800s, and passenger lists, which are a mammoth work in progress as more come to light. This list was forwarded to me by e-mail by one Mthombeni in June 2012, stating that they are “all the Nguni” surnames, including Swati, Zulu, Ndebele, and some Shangaan. Due to intermarriages between Afrikaans and English speakers one will find typical Afrikaans surnames among English speakers and English surnames among Afrikaans speakers.