Whites make up 9.6% of the total population. The percentage of all White households that are made up of individuals is 19.1%. The average White household size is 3.05 members.
Who are called black in South Africa?
The black population consists of several groups: Khoi-San, Xhosa, Zulu, Ndebele, Sotho, Shangaan and Venda, just to name a few. The biggest groups are Zulus (21 %), Xhosas (17 %) and the Sotho (15%).
What tribes live in South Africa?
The major ethnic parts of the group are the Zulu, Xhosa, Bapedi (North Sotho), Tswana, South Ndebele, Basotho (South Sotho), Venda, Tsonga and Swazi, all of which predominantly speak Southern Bantu languages. Black South African ethnicitys native distribution is also found across countries neighbouring South Africa.