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More than seven million people live in the Eastern Cape on 169 600km² of land. The mother-tongue of the majority of Eastern Capers is isiXhosa (the mother-tongue of the majority of the rest is Afrikaans and English).
The province has pockets of academia (e.g. Grahamstown).