Religion: Most South Africans go to church. People usually go to a Dutch reformed church.

Photo of Roman Catholic Church, Pella, Northern Cape, South Africa

Education: Kids are not allowed to cheat in school. If a child is caught cheating in school they will get criminal charges.

A writer’s cheat sheet: 10 useful reminders To kick-start the school year, here are 10 writing tips to keep in mind (and feel free to pass this note under the desk to an office buddy)

Language: Black Africans speak other languages. The most popular language is Nguni.People also speak Zulu, Xhosa, Ndebele, Swazi, and Sotho.

Language: Black Africans speak other languages. The most popular language is Nguni.People also speak Zulu, Xhosa, Ndebele, Swazi, and Sotho.

History: When there was gold and diamonds found in South Africa, Britten came to that area to claim it. This discovery created two wars in the late 1800's. Called the South African War.

Boer troops lining up in battle against the British during the South African War

Education: Kids in South Africa go to school. They have papers, projects, and tests just like we do. They have one to two hours of homework a night.

Lessons for Life. They incentivise school attendance for children from poor communities so that their basic needs are met and thereby they are able to stay in school. How amazing! This is a "Broccoli Project" project

Geography: There are large plateau's in South Africa. They are rimmed by a narrow coastal belt with a subtropical climate to the East coast and a mediteranian climate to the Southwest coast.

Geography: There are large plateau's in South Africa. They are rimmed by a narrow coastal belt with a subtropical climate to the East coast and a mediteranian climate to the Southwest coast.


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