Interesting facts about South Africa

Interesting facts about South Africa

 
 
 

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Rainfall

The Western Cape has its rainfall in the southern hemisphere winter (June – August) while the rest of the country has its rainfall in the southern hemisphere summer (November – March).

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Cape Town International Convention Centre

The five-star Cape Town International Convention Centre is one of many high-tech meeting venues in Cape Town and easily caters for up to 10 000 delegates cinema-style in its exhibition centre.

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Convention centre accessibility

There are 3 500 hotel rooms within walking distance of the award-winning Cape Town International Convention Centre.

 
 

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Cape Town International Airport

Cape Town is easily accessible via Cape Town International Airport, that serves 20 international and regional airlines from the UK, Europe, Middle East, Asia and Africa.

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Graded accommodation

The Western Cape has 2 186 star-graded establishments and 28 539 graded rooms.

History

 

Bakona Malapa Museum

Visitors to the Bakona Malapa Museum near Polokwane will experience the rich culture of the Basotho people. Learn how fire is made, beer is brewed and maize is ground, and watch handicraft demonstrations such as woodcarving, basketry and beadwork.

 
 

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Land of enthralling culture, legends and myths

Limpopo is the land of Modjadji (the legendary Rain Queen of Africa), ancient baobab trees, untouched bushveld and enthralling myths, legends, and culture.

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Big Five game parks

Limpopo’s network of Big Five game parks makes it one of the best places in Africa to see big game.

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Graded accommodation

Limpopo province has 283 star graded accommodation establishments and 6 553 graded rooms.

 
 
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