Over 5,000,000 people in Central African Republic (CAR) speak Sango, which is a creole language that is based on Ngbandi interspersed with French loanwords.

It is spoken widely in central CAR and less frequently in the outer regions. Sango (or Sangho) is recognized as an official language and serves as a trade language. There is media in Sango including TV and radio. A grammar has been written for the language. The ISO code is sag.

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