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Afrikaans seems to be returning to the SABC. SABC3 announced early in 2009 that it would increase Afrikaans programming due to the "growing Afrikaans-language market and [their] need for working capital as Afrikaans advertising is the only advertising that sells in the current South African television market". In April 2009, SABC3 started screening several Afrikaans-language programmes. [72] Further latent support for the language derives from its de-politicised image in the eyes of younger-generation South Africans, who less and less often view it as "the language of the oppressor". Indeed, there is a groundswell movement within Afrikaans to be inclusive, and to promote itself along with the other indigenous official languages. In Namibia, the percentage of Afrikaans speakers declined from 11. 4% (2001 Census) to 10. 4% (2011 Census). The major concentrations are in Hardap (41. 0%), ǁKaras (36. 1%), Erongo (20. 5%), Khomas (18. 5%), Omaheke (10. 0%), Otjozondjupa (9. 4%), Kunene (4. 2%), and Oshikoto (2. 3%). [73]

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