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Official Name Republiek van Suid-Afrika
Located South: Botswana, Mozambique, Namibia
Capital Johannesburg in name
Pretoria (administrative)
Cape Town (legislative)
Bloemfontein (juridical)
Head of State President Thabo Mvuyelwa Mbeki
President Mbeki
Area 1,120,000 sq km
Population 42.5 million
Growth rate 1.7%
Languages Afrikaans, English and many local languages
Currency Rand
GNP per capita $5,030
Inflation 9%
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Nelson Mandela

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In april 1994, South Africa’s first truly democratic elections were held, installing a multiracial government under the charismatic leadership of Nelson Mandela, the first President of a truly democratic South Africa. South Africa is a 'rainbow nation' of many colours and cultures, encompassing Zulu, Tswana, Khosa, Sotho, Indian, Afrikaans and those of British origin. The scars left by the apartheid years are slowly healing, but have left huge inequalities between rich and poor. Despite this, the people are charming hosts, most speak English and all have a fascinating story to tell. South Africans drive on the wrong side of the road... like the Brits taught them. However, overall, they are decent drivers. The crime rate is still far too high, but with a little common sense, travellers can have a perfect, safe holiday. South Africa also is visiting Kruger National Park, listening to Ladysmith Black Mambazo while drinking great wines. So BONA BONA: "Come and have a look!" at this and the following 3 pages.


DR. NELSON ROLIHLAHLA MANDELA
MADIBA ("Son of the Chief")


"...I have fought against white domination, and I have fought against black domination. I have cherished the ideal of a democratic and free society in which all persons live together in harmony and with equal opportunities. It is an ideal which I hope to live for and to achieve. But, if needs be, it is an ideal for which I am prepared to die."

Dr. Nelson R. Mandela is not a black hero. He is a hero who happened to be black. These were his last words, on his own defense, at the Rivonia Trial in 1963. He was sentenced to lifetime imprisonnement...


"Bush the First" refused to apologize to South Africa for the help that the CIA, under his direction, gave to the South African police fighting Nelson Mandela's ANC. He refused even after Nobel Prize Dr. Mandela asked him nicely... Anxious to know what the "Young Bush" George jr. will do!

When Madiba enters a room people spontaneously start to dance and sing and Dr. Mandela shakes hand with everyone.

Dr. Mandela always makes up his bed and polishes his shoes himself when he travels. No one else is allowed to do so.


Last update: 25 July 2009

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