Alliance Française in the world
In 1883 eminent figures of the Art, the sciences, and politics, such as Jules Verne and Louis Pasteur, along with other illustrious visionaries, designed the structure for the Alliance Française to ensure the presence of French language and culture around the world. Nowadays, the Alliance Française network still promotes French language but also francophone as well as local cultures in a permanent and enriching dialogue.
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We are part of an International Network with more than 830 Alliances across all the 5 continents.
Alliance Française in Southern Africa
The Alliance Française in Southern Africa comprises French language training centres in Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia, South Africa, Eswatini and Zimbabwe, teaching French to over 5,000 students a year, with more than 100 teachers. The Alliance Française also offers a variety of workshops that make the learning experience more fun (French through music, French cuisine, theatre, travel…) as well as special programme for youngsters from 6 to 14 years-old.