According to South Africa's 2011 census, English is spoken as a home language by 8.2% of the population. A third of those are not white. It's estimated that half the population has a speaking knowledge of the language. Below is a glossary of the more common words unique to South African English.
It is generally depicted as a bucket filled with water (except for the 'Do not wring' symbol). If the garment is machine washable, then you'll either see dots or numbers inside the bucket symbol, representing the recommended maximum temperature: one dot means 30 °C (meaning that you have to wash your clothing in cold water), two dots 40 °C (warm water), and four dots 60 °C.