The Anglo-Africans are the English speaking descendants of the European diaspora settled in Southern Africa over the past two hundred and twenty six years. The 1820 settlers celebrated their 200 year anniversary in their new land in 2020. Today there are approximately 3 million Anglo-Africans. While the majority (about 2 million) live in South Africa they are distributed throughout Southern Africa including Zimbabwe, Namibia, Kenya, Botswana and Zambia. Many Anglo-Africans have also been forced by local politics to leave Africa and have re-settled in Anglosphere countries however they have not given up their cultural origins.

A nation is a community of people formed on the basis of a common language, history, ethnicity or a common culture. Anglo-Africans share a common origin, centuries of shared history in Africa, a unique dialect of English and an Anglo inspired outdoor and sporting culture adapted to Africa. Anglo-Africans hold a variety of citizenships however citizenship is not always the nationality of a person therefore we can currently be considered a stateless nation. The Anglo-African Nation seeks to awaken a national consciousness and a common purpose to ensure both the survival and prosperity of our nation in Africa.

Join the Anglo-African Nation today to help inspire, protect and define our unique life in Africa.

Join the Anglo-African Nation today to help inspire, protect and define our unique life in Africa

The Anglo-African Nation is home for the English speaking descendants of the European diaspora who have made Africa their home since 1795. The Anglo-African Nation is pursuing a variety of projects. These include:   

  • Building relationships with the Anglosphere countries of the United Kingdom, United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand which share a common ancestry and value system.
  • The  establishment of closer trade ties between Anglo-Africans and Anglosphere countries.
  • Lobbying the British government to issue Anglo-Africans with a British National (Overseas) passport.
  • The establishment of an internationally recognised, English home language Anglo-African University in Southern Africa.
  • To celebrate Anglo-African cultural events.
  • A civil defence capacity to protect members.
  • Provide members with financial and political news to make informed decisions.
  • The establishment of a legal division to protect member’s constitutional rights.
  • To ensure Anglo-African political interests are well represented.
  • To support the devolution of political power in South Africa into Cantons based on the Swiss model of governance.
  • To negotiate an autonomous 99 year territorial lease to build an African-Anglosphere city state similar in scope and mission to Singapore.

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A Vision for the Future

Territorial Leasing

Anglosphere University

Inaugurate a Branch


Facilitating trading relationships between the core Anglosphere businesses and Anglo-African's.

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