Talk:Mungu ibariki Afrika

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Assessment Comments[edit]

Since this is a national anthem and contains the words, I assess it start. More can be added concerning the selection and usage of this anthem.Gallador (talk) 14:15, 28 November 2008 (UTC)

The audio here in incorrect. This is the national anthem of South Africa which includes the second half of Die Stem!! — Preceding unsigned comment added by 68.185.229.58 (talk) 22:25, 19 June 2012 (UTC)

removed Esperranto translation

Dio benu Afrikon
kaj gxiajn estraranojn
Sagxo, Unueco kaj
Paco, tiuj estas niaj sxildoj:
Afriko kaj gxiaj homoj.

KORUSO:
Benu Afrikon
Benu Afrikon
Benu nin, afrikajn infanojn.

Dio benu Tanzanujon
Gardu liberon kaj unuecon
de gxiaj virinoj, viroj kaj infanoj
Dio benu Tanzanujon kaj gxiajn homojn.

KORUSO:
Benu Afrikon
Benu Afrikon
Benu nin, afrikajn infanojn.

Breaking up "This Translation"[edit]

It seems the "This Translation" section can be broken up into a history and controversies section. -- Sputink (talk) 20:36, 3 January 2016 (UTC)

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