When colonialism on the African continent began to end, a large number of countries began to use official languages that were mostly of an outside influence. English and French are spoken almost everywhere in Africa. They are commonly used as a means of overall communication, mainly when dealing with education, judicial, and business matters. More than 23 African countries use English as one of their official languages. Some of these are South Africa, Zimbabwe, Uganda, Zambia, Botswana, Namibia, Kenya and Nigeria
It is a common misbelief that Africans share a single culture because they are Africans. This is simply not true. In fact, Africa is so rich in diverse culture that no country throughout the continent is governed by the same culture. Undeniably, there are common cultures like Ubuntu; however, each ethnic group possesses their own unique set of cultural beliefs that they adhere to.