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National anthem: Nkosi Sikelel 'iAfrika 

Pretoria, Cape Town yBloemfontein1 
 33 ° 55 'S 18 ° 27' E 

Largest city 

Official Languages 
Afrikaans, English,Ndebele, Sesotho, Sesotho sa Leboa, Tswana, Swazi, Tsonga, Venda, Xhosa and Zulu 

Form of government 

Jacob Zuma 

 • Date of the United Kingdom 
May 31,1910 

 • Total 
 •% water 
Since 25th 
1,219,912 km ² 
- Km 

Total population 
 • Total 
 • Density 
Since 29th 
49.32 million 
40.4 inhabitants / km² 
GDP (nominal) 
 • Total (2007) 
 • GDP per capita 
Since 32 º 
$ 271,779 
$ 5,680 

South African meals are of a "wide variety" ... The diversity of cultures in the country is well representedin the varied eating habits and culinary tastes of South Africans. 
Local dishes with rich meat of African wildlife: Starting with restaurants and Reserves and National Parks, there will have theopportunity to taste typical foods, with ostrich meat, buffalo, kudu, impala, crocodile, etc. 
The traditional potjiekos (stew style), boerewors (sausage) and biltong (like jerky) the kitchenafrikaaner (origin Netherlands). 

The South African native vegetation varies from region to region depending on the rate of precipitation. In the Eastern Lowveld, where the rainfall is torrentialcharacter, are tropical forests where there is a lot of palm trees along the southern coast of this region are forests composed of species of hardwood trees such as cedar . In the Eastern Uplands, the soilsupports a luxuriant growth of grass and scattered trees. 

The Mediterranean climate is a subtropical climate range (in the typical Mediterranean climate), or the mild climate (in the continentalMediterranean climate) that is characterized by inviernostemplados and hot dry summers. The name received from the Mediterranean Sea, an area where the climate is typical, but is also present in...
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