20 Most Popular Baby Names in South Africa
- December 13, 2016
- Ally Cohen
- In the News
The top 10 girls’ and boys’ names in South Africa, as released in September this year in the Recorded Live Births 2014 Report
What are the 20 Most Popular Baby Names in South Africa?
We’ve heard some really weird baby names this year, from Royal Reign (Lil Kim’s daughter) to Saint Laszlo (Pete Wentz’s son). Yes, deciding on your baby’s name can be tricky business, and that’s why we’re making it easy for you with the top 10 girls’ and boys’ names in South Africa, as released in September this year in the Recorded Live Births 2014 Report by statistician-general Pali Lehohla.
What is the most popular baby names in South Africa?
What would you like to name your son or daughter? Send us your best names in comments.
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