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Religion: the Dutch Revival Church, the Independent African Churches and the Anglican minorities, the Methodist, Roman Catholic, Hindu and Sunni Islam.
Life expectancy: 61 years
Population: In 202, 0 more than 41 million
races: black, white, colored, and Asian
The geography of the South African country is
lined up behind the open-air coastal plain and includes the Dharamsenberg Mountains. The large plateau is located in the central area, in the west of the east and up to the height of 2400 meters in the east. Many parts of the west are semi-desert, while the eastern part of this land is more covered with tropical meadow (valed). Vulvas is an Immaculate Container on the Namibian Coast. Important Rivers: Orange, Limfo, Val. Highest point: here Southeast, 3408 m Climate: South Africa has a semi-tropical climates with very large regional variations, the warmest period of the year between December and February. The highest rainfall is on the east coast, but most of the land is dry.
Important cities: Bloom Fontain (Johannesburg), Johannesburg, Durbach, Sotowo, Port Elizabeth, Salleburg, Vereiniging, East London
Area: 1272037 sq. Km
Coastline: 2798 km
Geographic coordinates: 290 ° South and 24 ° East
A new transitional government based on the division of power, including a presidential and multi-ethnic constituent assembly, is under negotiation. The parliament consists of three chambers and is elected for five years. The electoral assembly from white adults and the House of Representatives is directly elected by color voters (mixed race), and the House of Lawyers is elected by Indian voters. The president of the country, who appoints the cabinet, is elected by a panel where members of the congressional assembly (whites) are in the majority. The blacks have no parliamentary vote, but legislatures choose ten births. South Africa has granted independence to four of these births, but this has not been recognized by the international community. In 1993, these births were joined by South Africa. South African States Area Name (sq. Km) Cape Cape 641379 Cape Town (Kapstat) Natal 55281 Peter Marisbourg Orange Freestyle (Orania Fryastat) 127338 Bloemfontein Transvaal 227034 Pretoria Birthdays Name Area (sq ft) Buffettasvana Center (Independent Birth) 4400 Mabato Bolshiki (independent birth) 8500 Biso Goshankulo 6565 Ganiy Kangwanno 3823 Louisville Cannes Doble 3244 Cibusova Kvasoulo 36074 Olvandi Livova 21833 Livova Koko 655 Poviditaba Transka (independent birth) 41002 Ometata Venda (independent birth control) 6677 Tahiyindo Major Black peoples: • National Congress Rekah (mostly Khuza) • Incata Movement (mostly Zulu) Major White Parties: • National Conservative Party • Democratic Party (moderate) • Conservative Party (Right-wing)
Membership: United Nations
African blacks have been deployed well before the White House began settling in Cape Town in 1652 in the territory now South Africa. The overcoming of local communities in the late nineteenth century was not possible. Britain acquired the Cape in 1814, annexed slavery in 1843 and the Natal area in 1833. The Boers (or Afrikaans), from the proletarian descent of the Dutch and French, migrated to distant districts during the Great Migration (1835 to 1837), and established the Transnational Republics and the Free State of Orenjy. After the discovery of diamonds in 1867 and gold in 1886, Boerres (Africans) also led by Paul Grover (1825-1914), President Transvall, resisted Britain’s attempt to annex their republics. In these republics, British nomads were deprived of political rights. This caused the Buerard war between 1899 and 11902. The Afrikaans, though lost the war, but when the Union of South Africa was formed 1910 per year, they were politically dominant. The creation of the African National Congress (ANC) in 1912 was a protest against the supremacy of the White House, and in the 1920s the black protest was common in the industries. South Africa united in the United Kingdom entered the United Kingdom into a United united Great Britain and became Germany after a brief battle between 1914 and 1915 (southwest Namibia). After the war, the land was also managed by South Africa. South Africa, under the leadership of General and Jan Christiane Smats in the years 1870 to 1950; the prime minister from 1919 to 1924 and from 1939 to 1948, despite the strong opposition of the Afrikaners, joined the Allies during the Second World War. After the arrival of the National Party (Afrikaner) in 1948, ethnic discrimination increased in line with apartheid policies (separate development), depriving blacks of civil rights, segregation of facilities and residential areas in terms of race, and black politics into birthdays Under the supervision of (Bantuan). Negro opposition was suppressed following the massacre of protesters in Sharpeville, and the Hendrik and Rouder government, which banned the African congress from 1958 to 1966, became prime minister. International pressure against apartheid has risen. In 1961, South Africa abandoned the Commonwealth. Most members of the community continue to insist on economic sanctions against South Africa. In 1966, the United Nations abolished the price of South Africa in Southwest Africa (Namibia), but South Africa continued to impede its independence. In the 1970s and 1980s, the oppression of the blacks was revived, and with the strikes, the uprising of Soweto in 1976, sabotage and the emergence of the black consciousness movement were voiced. South African soldiers intervened against the Marxist-Leninist government in the Angolan civil war in 1981 and were active in Namibia against Swaziland’s black nationalist guerrillas. P. B.B. (born 1916; Prime Minister from 1978 to 1984; and President from 1984 to 1989) granted political rights to colored and Indian communities and implemented minor amendments to the black people. However, in 1986, against the backdrop of continued unrest, Bhutta declared a state of emergency, under which the press was severely censored, the gatherings of many organizations were banned, and the number of political prisoners, including children, rose sharply. His successor, F. D. Kellerk, released some of the members of the National Congress of African Nationals and agreed with the United Nations-led election in Namibia to gain independence in that country. In 1990, Ducklerc abolished the ban on the African National Congress and released its imprisoned leader Nelson Mandela (born 1918). Between 1990 and 1991, negotiations between the government and the black leaders led to the abolition of the legal structure of apartheid. The clash between fans of the African National Congress and Incatta in the black settlements has been a source of concern. Negotiations on the new multi-racial constitution continued irregularly, but the right-wing White Movement was against the division of power in developing countries.
service: 1 year (white).
: 93% whites, 71% asians, 622% females, 32% blacks. Student ages: 7 to 16 years old (for young children aged 7 to 11).
The country’s economy
The country’s economy is the largest gold exporter, accounting for about 40% of South African exports, in the world, and it is the world’s largest producer of uranium, chromite, rocks, platinum and coal (which supplies three quarters of the country’s energy needs ) Is. The industrial sector includes the chemical, food, textile, motor vehicles and electrical engineering industries. Agriculture and livestock account for one third of South African exports, and its products include fruits, wines, wool and corn. The level of living in the African continent is highest, but the distribution between whites and non-whites is very unequal. The withdrawal of some foreign investors has increased its efforts to self-sufficiency.