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Census data: Africans in Australia and languages they speak at home

Africans in Australia

The Australian Bureau of Statistics has released the results of the 2016 census, revealing an Australia that is bigger, older, more diverse, less religious and becoming more Asian. SBS African Hour program has compiled a list on African nations that have at least 1,000 of its citizens in Australia. African languages that are spoken by at least 1,000 people in Australia are also on the list.

The Bureau is boasting that 95 per cent of households completed the census, despite concerns over privacy and a huge crash that took down the online system for days.

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