South Africa is a nation in the south of the African continent, comprising a total land area of 471,011 square miles, which is almost twice the size of Texas. The legislative capital of South Africa is Cape Town, while t... More »

The University of South Africa, also known as UNISA, is South Africa's most productive university, issuing over 12 percent of all degrees among the country's 23 public universities. It is also Africa's largest university... More »

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The First National Bank of South Africa is one of the largest banking service providers in the country. FNB provides checking and savings accounts, loans, financial planning and insurance for both individuals and corpora... More »

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South Africa's highest mountain peak is Mafadi, which is situated on the border of the Kingdom of Lesotho, a landlocked nation completely surrounded by the Republic of South Africa. The elevation of Mafadi is 11,320 feet... More »

South Africa was colonized by two different powers, the Dutch and the English. The Dutch East India Company established the first colony in 1652. The British took over the colony in 1795, returned it during the Peace of ... More »

To find someone in South Africa, search on Facebook and other social media sites, or contact a radio station and place an ad for the person. As of 2012, over 12 percent of South Africans were using Facebook, and nearly 5... More »

Based on the 2011 census held in South Africa, more than 52 million people reside in the country. Africans made up the majority of the population, with 79.2 percent and a total of over 41 million citizens. More »