History: In 1652 the Dutch made a proventions station in Cape Town. It gave ships fresh food as they sailed around South Africa.

Today we’ll be looking at the three top cities to live and work abroad in Africa. They are the South African cities of Cape Town, and Johannesburg, and Port Louis of Mauritius.

Economy: South Africa has many exports including metal, minerals, chrome, coal, and diamonds. They are also the largest producers of gold.

Famous as being a girl’s best friend, diamonds are ingrained in modern culture as symbols of affluence, power and integrity.

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.

Check out our new email marketing cheat sheet infographic for a fun, printable way to learn email send best practices.

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.

Paul Kagame, the current (and ever-lasting) president of Rwanda has recently traveled to Nigeria to meet with various officials and non-government actors.

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.

Geography: In South Africa there are mountains called the Drakensberg and the Maluti Mountains. In the winter there can be snow on the top of the mountains. There is many plants and animals living in and around the mountains.

Geography: In South Africa there are mountains called the Drakensberg and the Maluti Mountains. There is many plants and animals living in and around the mountains.

Entertainment: South African's enjoy sports. Soccer is a very popular sport in South Africa. People also play rugby and cricket.

Soccer is a very popular sport in South Africa. People also play rugby and cricket.

Language: There are four major languages. Nguni, Sotho, Tsonga, and Shangana are popular languages. This is a picture of the Sotho language.

Language: There are four major languages. Nguni, Sotho, Tsonga, and Shangana are popular languages. This is a picture of the Sotho language.

Government: The South African legislature has two houses. There is a ninety member National Council of Provences and a four- hundred seat National Assembly.

Government: The South African legislature has two houses. There is a ninety member National Council of Provences and a four- hundred seat National Assembly.

Government: The President of South Africa is Jacob Zuma. In South Africa you are elected for five year terms. You can serve up to two terms.

Still critical: South African president Jacob Zuma addresses journalists in Johannesburg on Monday.

Pinterest
Search