Anglo-Africans are white African people of British descent who live or come for the Sub-Sahran Africa.
Anglo-Africans are White African people of largely British descent who live or come from Sub-Saharan Africa and are Anglophone. A large majority live in South Africa. Along with Afrikaners, Anglo-Africans are officially grouped as White South Africans, comprising 39% of the total White South African demographic. Ethnicity is a politically loaded topic in South Africa. While some English speakers refer to themselves as ''British'', the phrase Anglo African is more generally used to refer to English speakers in Africa, particularly Sub-Saharan Africa. The majority live in South Africa and other countries in Southern Africa including Zimbabwe, Namibia, Zambia, Tanzania, Lesotho, and Swaziland. Many also come from Kenya, with smaller numbers residing in Nigeria. Though the majority of...'