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Durban’s Rickshaw men (from the Zulu tribe) are a familiar sight on the Golden Mile, colorfully clad in their beaded or hand sewn costumes and impressively horned headgear. Durban is the largest city in the South African province of KwaZulu-Natal. Durban South Africa, Safari, Kwazulu Natal, Out Of Africa, Thinking Day, Am Meer, My Land, Pretoria, People Of The World

Durban’s Rickshaw men are a familiar sight on the Golden Mile, colorfully clad in their beaded or hand sewn costumes and impressively horned headgear. Durban is the largest city in the South African province of KwaZulu-Natal. Go to www.YourTravelVideos.com or just click on photo for home videos and much more on sites like this.

South Africa: The country with the most official languages - Afrikaans is die DERDE GROOTSTE TAAL in die land, en word die meeste misken. African Life, African History, South African English, Languages Of South Africa, Xhosa, Kwazulu Natal, Out Of Africa, Thinking Day, We Are The World

The languages we speak at home

A fascinating look at what percentage of South Africans use which languages at home.

A Bunch of Baobab Fruit. A farmer harvests baobab fruit in southern Africa. The pulp of the fruit is used in drink products and contains nutrients such as Vitamin C, iron and calcium. We Are The World, People Around The World, Around The Worlds, Flora Und Fauna, Future Photos, Out Of Africa, Thinking Day, Exotic Fruit, Jolie Photo

A Bunch of Baobab Fruit

A farmer harvests baobab fruit in southern Africa. The pulp of the fruit is used in drink products and contains nutrients such as Vitamin C, iron and calcium. Photo Copyright of PhytoTrade Africa This photo won first place in our first Feed the Future photo contest!

The Final Resting Place of Cecil John Rhodes in the Motop(b)os Hills, Southern Rhodesia/Zimbabwe Zimbabwe History, John Rhodes, Im Coming Home, Moving To The Uk, Mother Art, Victoria Falls, World View, All Nature, African History

091 - The Final Resting Place of Cecil John Rhodes

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Africa’s colonization by other major powers of the world at the tail end of the century spelled doom and division for the mighty continent. It wasn’t until 1950 that Africa would begin the tough process of gaining much of its independence from Wester World War I, World History, European History, African Colonization, Liberia Africa, French West Africa, Art Tribal, Tanzania, Historical Maps

This is a map of what Africa's colonies looked like in 1914 during Europe's scramble for Africa. Countries in your wanted to colonize Africa so that they could take its natural resources. The colonies merged ethnic and religious groups that didn't like each other and because the colonies influenced the current borders of these countries this is still an ongoing conflict.

More lovely Msasa trees (Zimbabwe) African Vacation, African Tree, Just Dream, Closer To Nature, Tree Forest, Photo Tree, Zimbabwe, What A Wonderful World

Msasa Tree Red Flush

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CHRISTIAAN NEETHLING BARNARD (November 1922 – September was a South African cardiac surgeon, famous for performing the world's first successful human-to-human heart Orthotopic transplant. He also performed the world’s first Heterotopic heart transplant. Christiaan Barnard, First Heart Transplant, People Of Interest, First Humans, Thinking Day, Science, Medical History, African History, Special People

Christiaan Neethling Barnard (Kasım 1922 – 2 Eylül 2001), Güney Afrikalı kalp cerrahı. İnsandan insana ilk başarılı kalp nakli ameliyatını gerçekleştirdi.