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African immigrants to New Zealand

African immigrants to New Zealand
Total population
c. 11,500 (2001)[1]
English, languages of Africa
Christianity, Islam

African immigrants to New Zealand are citizens and residents of New Zealand born in, or with recent ancestors from Africa. They represent less than 0.2% of New Zealand's population, although the number grew substantially during the 1990s.[1]

Notable African immigrants to New Zealand


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