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South Africa PowerPoint Presentation: (Sample)

This South Africa PowerPoint will teach you about the country's culture, customs, family life, gender roles, cuisine, etiquettes for dining, social and business interactions, and much more to assist you in your travels. Did you know that Table Mountain in Cape Town is believed to be the oldest mountain in the world? Or that Kruger National Park in South Africa supports the greatest variety of wildlife species in Africa?

The complete version highlights these facts and much more:
• 18 Points on General Information
• 11 Points on Family Life
• 15 Points on Food
• 13 Points on Food Etiquette
• 5 Points on Social Etiquette
• 19 Points on Business Etiquette
• 10 Points on Trivia.

This South Africa PowerPoint will teach you about the country's culture, customs, family life, gender roles, cuisine, etiquettes for dining, social and business interactions, and much more to assist you in your travels. Did you know that Table Mountain in Cape Town is believed to be the oldest mountain in the world? Or that Kruger National Park in South Africa supports the greatest variety of wildlife species in Africa?

The complete version highlights these facts and much more:
• 18 Points on General Information
• 11 Points on Family Life
• 15 Points on Food
• 13 Points on Food Etiquette
• 5 Points on Social Etiquette
• 19 Points on Business Etiquette
• 10 Points on Trivia.

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South Africa PowerPoint Presentation: (Sample)

  1. 1. SOUTH AFRICA readysetpresent.com
  2. 2. Polygamy is a common practice in South Africa. Families in rural areas lead simple lives. Farms and mining dominate rural family life. Urban family life is more fast paced and modern. Family Life (3 of 3) 9
  3. 3. Social Etiquette (1 of 2) 20 A handshake and smile will almost always suffice. Many women do not shake hands but merely nod their heads, so it is best to wait for a woman while greeting. There are several greeting styles in South Africa depending upon ethnic heritage.
  4. 4. Business Etiquette (2 of 6) 23 South Africans, for the most part, want to maintain harmonious working relationship so they will avoid confrontation. They often use metaphors and sports analogies to make a point. Most South Africans prefer face-to-face meetings.
  5. 5. Trivia (1 of 4) 28 Table Mountain in Cape Town is believed to be the oldest mountain in the world. South Africa is the 2nd largest fruit exporter in the world. South Africa has the longest wine route in the world.
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