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  • Bienvenue sur le site de l'Institut Français d'Afrique du Sud !

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French Language

Francophone countries in Africa

Have you noticed how French is being used more and more in South Africa ? Not only is it the language of half the African continent, but trade with the french-speaking African countries is constantly developing. As our international links increase, so the need for French speaking people in various fields (commerce, medicine, engineering, education, tourism, etc) will increase...

Why is it time to learn French?

It will greatly increase your employability in the global market. It could also open the doors to various wonderful pleasures: cooking, music, cinema, art...
While any language is useful for some jobs or for some regions, French is the only foreign language that can be useful throughout the world as well as on the African continent and in Europe. French as a foreign language is the second most frequently taught language in the world after English. French is the only language other than English spoken on five continents. French and English are the only two global languages, recognized by the United Nations.
When deciding on a foreign language for work or school, consider that French is the language that will give you the most choices later on in your studies or your career.

French, the other African language

French is spoken in Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Republic of the Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Djibouti, Gabon, Guinea, Côte d’Ivoire, Comores, Seychelles, Madagascar, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Rwanda, Senegal, Togo, Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco...

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French Language - News

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    Programme of the opening of the Francophonie Festival 2021

    The programme of the opening of the Francophonie Festival is out! Join us on Saturday 13 March to celebrate the diversity and richness of the Francophone cultures around the world. Over 20 Francophone and Francophile countries represented in South Africa will participate in the online event, with… Read more
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    Journée Internationale du professeur de français

    Le 26 novembre, nous célèbrons la 2ème édition de la Journée Internationale du Professeur de français. Pour cette journée en l'honneur de l'enseignement de la langue française dans le monde, et bien que dans l’impossibilité de nous rassembler, nous vous invitons au théâtre pour un spectacle… Read more
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    Spelling Bee en langue française "Epelle-moi Afrique"

    Le 7 mars 2020, à l'occasion de la Journée de la Francophonie, la première édition du French Spelling Bee – « Epelle-moi Afrique » qui a eu lieu à l’Ecole Crawford de Pretoria a remporté un grand succès et captivé l'audience. Organisée par la African Spelling Bee Federation et l'ambassade de France… Read more

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Contact

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Attachée for the promotion of French language

Tel. (+27) 12 425 17 20

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Project Manager for French

Tel. (+27) 11 646 11 69

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