I'm betting the South Africans are tired of being ignored, too. And what about the English-speaking Indians?
1/ When I was in South Africa, the dominant language clearly was Afrikaans, not English. Same with Namibia.
There's so few people there that speak English as their first language I do not think it's really worth to bother analyze this variant.
2/ If you mean India, then nobody here speaks English as first language. Hindi, Tagalog, Tamil, Mayalayam or Bengali are not related to English at all.
"A man who only drinks water has a secret to hide from his fellow-men" -Baudelaire