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SOUTH AFRICA

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Transcript of SOUTH AFRICA

Food, economy
and flag
South Africa
located on the southern tip of Africa
borderd by Atlantic/Indian Ocean
Languages spoken
Economy
Currency
Famous people
SOUTH AFRICA
NELSON
MANDELA
TAMMIN
SURKOK
SASHA
PIETERSE
BISHOP DESMOND TUTU
OSCAR
PISTORIUS
FOOD IN SOUTH AFRICA
Administrative capital
Legislative capital and largest city
Judicial capital
SOUTH AFRICAN FLAG
Surrounded by:
Population
Major industries: mining, automobile, metalworking...
5o million people
Its capitals
Agriculture: corn wheat, sugarcane...
Livestock:
History
corn
wheat
sugarcane

Jacob Zuma
since 2009
23,8%
17,6%
13.3%
8,2%
rand
THE END
beef, poultry, mutton.....
gold, chronium....
Natural resources
Climate
mostly semiarid
sunny days, cool nights
Rainbow cuisine
maize and soured milk = balanced diet
Famous monuments
Gauteng
• This statue is of the Boer leader
Voortrekker Monument
commemorate Greeek Trek: 1835
KwaZulu-Natal
opposite the old colonial building
Fauna
many animals are found:
7Taal Monument
LEOPARD
RHINOCEROUS
LIONS
ELEPHANT

BUFFALO
above hill overooking town
1st Europeans: 1488
after: German,French, Dutch, British
1849: National Party voted
31 May 1910
1961: Republic
1994: end of Apartheid
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