South África
Capital:
Pretoria (1,541,300 population)
Other importan cities:
Johannesburgo (1,675,200 population)
Durban (2,396,100 pop...
Geography:
South Africa, on the continent's southern tip, is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean
on the west and by the Indian ...
Ethnicity:
Black African 79%
White 9.6%
Colored 8.9%
Indian/Asian 2.5%
History:
The San people were the first settlers; the Khoikhoi and Bantu-
speaking tribes followed. The Dutch East India Co...
Nelson Mandela
Mandela awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1993.
First black president in South Africa.
Flora and Fauna
Languages:
Zulu 23.8%
Afrikaans 13.3%
Sepedi 9.4%
English 8.2%
Sesotho 7.9%
Xitsonga 4.4 %
Other 7.2%
Religion:
Zion Chris...
President:
Jacob Zuma ( Since 2009)
Population:
49,109,107 (growth rate: –0.05%) Currency:
Birth rate: 19.6/1000 Rand
Infa...
 Economy
$495.1 billion; per capita $10,100. Real growth rate: –1.8%. Inflation:
7.2%. Unemployment: 24%.
Agriculture:
Co...
 Major trading partners:
 U.S., UK, Japan, Germany, Netherlands, China, France,
Saudi Arabia, Iran
Universities
Rhodes University
University of Petroria
University of South Africa
Sports:
Soccer, Rugby, Cricket.
 Transportation:
Train, bus, car, airplane, ships.
Food
Potjiekos:
"small pot food", is a stew prepared outdoors in a traditional round, cast iron,
three-legged pot. This on...
 Team Members
 Dulce María Mata Sariñana
 José Rafael Soto Pérez
 Jesús Barrera Villarreal
 References:
 http://www.southafrica-travel.net/Medaia/bevoelk.jpg
 http://www.csagustin.net/users/ca2514/johannesburgo...
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South áfrica

  1. 1. South África
  2. 2. Capital: Pretoria (1,541,300 population) Other importan cities: Johannesburgo (1,675,200 population) Durban (2,396,100 population) Cape Town (3,140,600 population)
  3. 3. Geography: South Africa, on the continent's southern tip, is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean on the west and by the Indian Ocean on the south and east. Its neighbors are Namibia in the northwest, Zimbabwe and Botswana in the north, and Mozambique and Swaziland in the northeast Total Area: 471,008 sq mi (1,219,912 sq km)
  4. 4. Ethnicity: Black African 79% White 9.6% Colored 8.9% Indian/Asian 2.5%
  5. 5. History: The San people were the first settlers; the Khoikhoi and Bantu- speaking tribes followed. The Dutch East India Company landed the first European settlers on the Cape of Good Hope in 1652, launching a colony that by the end of the 18th century numbered only about 15,000. Known as Boers or Afrikaners, and speaking a Dutch dialect known as Afrikaans, the settlers as early as 1795 tried to establish an independent republic.
  6. 6. Nelson Mandela Mandela awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1993. First black president in South Africa.
  7. 7. Flora and Fauna
  8. 8. Languages: Zulu 23.8% Afrikaans 13.3% Sepedi 9.4% English 8.2% Sesotho 7.9% Xitsonga 4.4 % Other 7.2% Religion: Zion Christian 11%, Pentecostal/Charismatic 8%, Catholic 7%, Methodist 7%, Dutch Reformed 7%, Anglican 4%, Christian 36%, Islam 2%, none 15%
  9. 9. President: Jacob Zuma ( Since 2009) Population: 49,109,107 (growth rate: –0.05%) Currency: Birth rate: 19.6/1000 Rand Infant mortality rate: 43.7/1000 Life expectancy: 49.2 Density per sq mi: 93
  10. 10.  Economy $495.1 billion; per capita $10,100. Real growth rate: –1.8%. Inflation: 7.2%. Unemployment: 24%. Agriculture: Corn, wheat, sugarcane, fruits, vegetables; beef, poultry, mutton, wool, dairy products. Industries: Mining (world's largest producer of platinum, gold, chromium), automobile assembly, metalworking, machinery, textiles, iron and steel. Natural sources: gold, chromium, antimony, coal, iron ore, manganese, nickel, phosphates, tin, uranium, gem diamonds, platinum, copper, vanadium, salt, natural gas.
  11. 11.  Major trading partners:  U.S., UK, Japan, Germany, Netherlands, China, France, Saudi Arabia, Iran
  12. 12. Universities Rhodes University University of Petroria University of South Africa
  13. 13. Sports: Soccer, Rugby, Cricket.
  14. 14.  Transportation: Train, bus, car, airplane, ships.
  15. 15. Food Potjiekos: "small pot food", is a stew prepared outdoors in a traditional round, cast iron, three-legged pot. This one is being cooked on a barbecue. Wildlife meat with traditional sauce in the jars in the front
  16. 16.  Team Members  Dulce María Mata Sariñana  José Rafael Soto Pérez  Jesús Barrera Villarreal
  17. 17.  References:  http://www.southafrica-travel.net/Medaia/bevoelk.jpg  http://www.csagustin.net/users/ca2514/johannesburgo_1.jpg  http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/images/44111000/jpg/_44111119_cricket_416.jp g  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/South_African_cuisine  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_universities_in_South_Africa  http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0107983.html?pageno=1

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