South Africa

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Nelson Mandela
About

South Africa

South Africa has three capitals, eleven official languages, 21 National Parks, 10 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, home to Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu.

The country is known for its diversity of African landscapes and animals. One of the great attractions is the Table Mountain that dominates the Cape Town landscape.

Cape Winelands contains around 560 wineries, 4,400 primary producers and this is where you can find Route 62, presumably the longest wine route in the world.

Here it is possible to jump from the second highest bungee jump in the world, with 216 meters!

Capital

Pretoria (Executive)
Cape Town (Legislative)
Bloemfontein (Judiciary)

Official Language

English
Zulu
Xhosa
Swazi
Ndebele
Sotho
Tsonga
Tswana
Sale
Afrikaans.

Currency

South African Rand (ZAR)