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About South Africa
South Africa is located at the southern tip of Africa. South Africa's coast stretches 2,798 kilometres and borders both the Atlantic and Indian oceans.To the north of South Africa lies Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Swaziland, while the Kingdom of Lesotho is an independent enclave surrounded by South African territory.

Known for its diversity, South Africa has eleven official languages with english as the most commonly spoken language in official and commercial public life. South Africa is ethnically diverse, with Black, Caucasian, Indian, and racially mixed communities. In 2006, South Africa's population was estimated at 47.4 million people.

South Africa has three capital cities with Cape Town as the legislative capital, Pretoria the administrative capital, and Bloemfontein the judicial capital.

south african information map western cape northern capeeastern cape free state kwazulu natalgauteng mpumalanganorth west province limpopo province Provinces of South Africa
After apartheid ended in 1994, the South African abolished the four former provinces of South Africa and replaced them with nine fully integrated provinces.

The nine provinces of South Africa are further subdivided into 52 districts with 6 metropolitan and 46 district municipalities. The 46 district municipalities are further subdivided into 231 local municipalities. The district municipalities also contain 20 district management areas that are directly governed by the district municipalities. The six metropolitan municipalities perform the functions of both district and local municipalities.

The nine new provinces of South Africa are: Western Cape, Gauteng, Kwazulu Natal, Eastern Cape, Northern Cape, Limpopo Province, North West Province, Mpumalanga and Free State.

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The diverse nature of South Africa gives the property buyer in South Africa a wide range of options. South Africa Info lists houses, townhouses, flats, vacant land and many other types of property in South Africa for sale ...more about property in South Africa

Conference Venues in South Africa
South Africa Info lists all the best conference venues in South Africa. Whether you are looking for an intimate venue or require a large venue we will help you get the ideal conference venue ...more about conference venues in South Africa

A Short History of South Africa
In April 1652 Jan Van Riebeeck anchored at the foot of Table Mountain in South Africa after receiving a commission from the Dutch-East Indian Trading Company to establish a refreshment station. The station was to supply the ships going east with fresh fruit, vegetables and meat. They grew the vegetables and fruit themselves and meat was obtained through trade with the natives. As the port developed the need for labour increased and slaves had to be imported to the South African region full article

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