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South African Embassy, Berlin
Tiergartenstr. 18, 10785 Berlin
Tel.: +49-30-22073-0
Fax: +49-30-22073-190
Business hours Embassy
Mon-Fri 08.00-12.45; 13.30-16.30

Visiting Hours Consular Section
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The Country

South Africa Yearbook 2012/2013 available online

The South Africa Yearbook 2012/2013 can be found under the following link: http://www.gcis.gov.za/content/resourcecentre/sa-info/yearbook

South Africa at a Glance

Welcome to the southern tip of Africa. Here, two great oceans meet, warm weather lasts most of the year, and big game roams just beyond the city lights. This is where humanity began: our ancestors' traces are still evident in fossilised footprints 80 000 years old, and in the world's oldest rock paintings. Today, South Africa is the powerhouse of Africa, the most advanced, broad-based economy on the continent, with infrastructure to match any first-world country. You can drive on wide, tarred highways all 2 000 kilometres from Musina at the very top of the country to Cape Town at the bottom. Or join the millions of international travellers who disembark at our airports every year.

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South Africa's nine Provinces

Constitutionally, South Africa is divided in nine provinces, these are:

Eastern Cape, Free State, Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal, Mpumalanga, Northern Cape, Limpopo, North West Province, Western Cape.

About South Africa

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Get easy and quick basic information about South Africa or deepen and extend your knowledge about our country on this broad and well-structured website.

SA Fast Facts

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South African facts at your fingertips. Get up-to-date information on the country's land area, population, gross domestic product, inflation rate, infrastructure, mineral wealth, key economic sectors and many reasons to visit.

 
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