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  1. South Africa: The impact of past geographies (South African geography and environmental studies series) by A. J Christopher, 1984
  2. South Africa in Pictures (Visual Geography. Second Series) by Janice Hamilton, 2003-09
  3. In-Depth Resources, Unit 4 Eastern Hemisphere - Africa South of the Sahara (World Cultures & Geography) by none listed, 2002
  4. New spaces of citizenship? Rethinking gendered participation and empowerment in South Africa [An article from: Political Geography] by C. McEwan,
  5. South Africa in Pictures (Visual Geography. Second Series) by R. L. Watson, Peter English, 1988-08
  6. Southern neighbors: South America, Africa, Australia, Oceania : geography for the air age (The Catholic geography series) by Frederick K Branom, 1951
  7. Separation in South Africa (Occasional papers - Department of Geography, Queen Mary College, University of London)
  8. The Ecology of Malnutrition in Seven Countries of Southern Africa and in Portuguese Guinea: The Republic of South Africa, South West Africa (Namibia), (Food Geography Series)
  9. Living Under Apartheid: Aspects of Urbanization and Social Change in South Africa (London Research Series in Geography, No 2) by David M. Smith, 1986-03
  10. Social impacts of afforestation in South Africa. : An article from: Focus on Geography by Kristina Monroe Bishop, 2006-06-22
  11. People and Land in Africa South of the Sahara (Readings in Social Geography)
  13. Exploring Africa south of the Sahara: Its peoples, cultures and geography (The Globe social studies program) by Melvin Schwartz, 1973
  14. Developing KaNgwane: geographies of segregation and integration in the new South Africa.: An article from: The Geographical Journal by Brian H. King, 2007-03-01

41. Unisa Online - Geography
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undergraduate programmes in Environmental Management: BA and BSc postgraduate: BA and BSc Honours ... links of geographical interest contact details: The Acting Head Department of Geography University of South Africa P.O. Box 392 UNISA e-mail: Tel: (012) 429 6013 International: +27 12 429 6013 Fax: (012) 429 6868 International: +27 12 429 6868 What is geography? Geography deals with the world we live in - a world rich in cultural diversity and natural beauty, but plagued by human misery and threatened by environmental degradation. Geography is the study of the interaction off all human and physical phenomena on the earth's surface and of how interactions among places form patterns and organise space. Geography is an anthropocentric science and geographers study phenomena on the earth's surface from a space in time perspective. Geography is, amongst others, concerned with the environmental problems which affect our daily lives, our future existence, our quality of life and the quality of our environment. It involves both the human and the natural sciences and studies the relationship between humans and their environment. Geography aims at making a better world for all - a world free of pollution, erosion, poverty and famine

42. Unisa Online - Geography Undergraduate
Sustainable development in southern africa; Geographical phenomena underlying Environmental potential atlas for south africa. Pretoria JL van Schaick

43. Africa - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
1 Etymology; 2 geography; 3 History; 4 Politics. 4.1 Colonial africa The British settled in south africa as well as the colony of Rhodesia and in the
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A satellite composite image of Africa Africa is the world 's second-largest continent and second most populous after Asia . At about 30,244,050 km² mi² ) including its adjacent islands, it covers 20.3 percent of the total land area on Earth . With over 800 million human inhabitants in 54 countries, it accounts for about one seventh of the world human population
World map showing location of Africa The name Africa came into Western use through the Romans , who used the name Africa terra — "land of the Afri" (plural, or "Afer" singular) — for the northern part of the continent, as the province of Africa with its capital Carthage , corresponding to modern-day Tunisia The origin of Afer may either come from:

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South Africa Name Republic of South Africa Capital City Pretoria (administrative) Cape Town (legislative) Official Languages Afrikaans, English , Ndebele, Pedi, Sotho, Swazi, Tsonga, Tswana, Venda, Xhosa, Zulu Population 42.579.000 inhabitants 14.093.765 inhabitants Environment current issues: lack of important arterial rivers or lakes (requires extensive water conservation and control measures - growth in water usage outpacing supply)
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desertification Location Southern Africa Time Zone GMT + 1 hour National Day 27 April (Freedom Day) Currency Rand (ZAR) Area 1.221.037 sq km Forest Land Boundaries 4.750 km Coastline 2.798 km Elevation Extremes Highest point 3.408 m (Njesuthi) Lowest point m (Atlantic Ocean) Weather Mostly semiarid; subtropical along east coast; sunny days, cool nights Summer temperatures 16º / 27º C in February Winter temperatures 9º / 17 ºC in July

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46. South Africa - Geography (Grades 5-7)
south africa geography By Ekaterina Zhdanova-Redman. 1 The country of southafrica lies at the very southern end of the african continent.
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By Ekaterina Zhdanova-Redman The country of South Africa lies at the very southern end of the African continent. It is home to lots of beautiful plants, very special animals, and lots and lots of gold and diamonds! In fact, South Africa is most famous for the gold and diamonds mined there.
In 1867, a young boy named Erasmus Jacobs was playing along the Orange River near his father's farm in South Africa when he discovered an odd-looking stone that was completely clear. He wasn't sure what he had foundbut it didn't take long for his neighbors to learn the clear stone Erasmus found was a diamondone of the prettiest and most valuable gems in the world! Erasmus' discovery brought thousands and thousands of diamond hunters into northern South Africa.
Within just a few years, there were more diamonds discovered in South Africa than were discovered in all of India (another diamond-producing country) for the last 2,000 years! It is very easy to see why many people from all over the world wanted to move to South Africawhich they did.

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50. South Africa - Geography
south africa is located in southern africa, at the southern tip of the continentof africa.
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Geography South Africa Location: Southern Africa, at the southern tip of the continent of Africa Geographic coordinates: 29 00 S, 24 00 E Map references: Africa Area: total: 1,219,912 sq km
land: 1,219,912 sq km
note: includes Prince Edward Islands (Marion Island and Prince Edward Island)
water: sq km Area - comparative: slightly less than twice the size of Texas Land boundaries: total: 4,862 km border countries: Botswana 1,840 km, Lesotho 909 km, Mozambique 491 km, Namibia 967 km, Swaziland 430 km, Zimbabwe 225 km Coastline: 2,798 km

51. South Africa Maritime Claims - Geography
Flag of south africa. south africa Maritime claims. Home south africa geography Maritime claims. territorial sea 12 nm contiguous zone 24 nm
South Africa Maritime claims
Home South Africa Geography territorial sea: 12 nm
contiguous zone: 24 nm
exclusive economic zone: 200 nm
continental shelf: 200 nm or to edge of the continental margin Definition
This entry includes the following claims, the definitions of which are excerpted from the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), which alone contains the full and definitive descriptions:
territorial sea - the sovereignty of a coastal state extends beyond its land territory and internal waters to an adjacent belt of sea, described as the territorial sea in the UNCLOS (Part II); this sovereignty extends to the air space over the territorial sea as well as its underlying seabed and subsoil; every state has the right to establish the breadth of its territorial sea up to a limit not exceeding 12 nautical miles; the normal baseline for measuring the breadth of the territorial sea is the low-water line along the coast as marked on large-scale charts officially recognized by the coastal state; the UNCLOS describes specific rules for archipelagic states
contiguous zone - according to the UNCLOS (Article 33), this is a zone contiguous to a coastal state's territorial sea, over which it may exercise the control necessary to: prevent infringement of its customs, fiscal, immigration, or sanitary laws and regulations within its territory or territorial sea; punish infringement of the above laws and regulations committed within its territory or territorial sea; the contiguous zone may not extend beyond 24 nautical miles from the baselines from which the breadth of the territorial sea is measured (e.g., the US has claimed a 12-nautical mile contiguous zone in addition to its 12-nautical mile territorial sea)

52. Geography - Merriam-Webster's Atlas
Official name Republic of south africa (English). Form of government multipartyrepublic with two legislative houses (National Council of Provinces 90;

53. South Africa History - Flags, Maps, Economy, Geography, Climate, Natural Resourc
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  • 54. South Africa - GEOGRAPHY
    south africa geography. south africa. south africa occupies the southern tipof the african continent, stretching from 22°S to 35°S latitude and from 17°E
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    South Africa - Geography
    South Africa South Africa forms a distinct region, or subcontinent, divided from the rest of Africa by the rivers that mark its northern border. In the northwest, the Orange River cuts through the Namib Desert and divides South Africa from Namibia. In the east, the Limpopo River traverses large areas of arid grassland along the common border with Zimbabwe and southeastern Botswana. Between these two, the Molopo River winds through the southern basin of the Kalahari Desert, also dividing South Africa from Botswana. Populations have moved across these rivers almost continuously over the centuries, but, in general, the northern border region of South Africa is sparsely populated. The geological substratum of the subcontinent was formed at least 3.8 billion years ago, according to geologists, and most of the country's natural features evolved into their present form more than 200 million years ago. Especially since the early twentieth-century writings of Alfred Wegener, geologists have hypothesized that South Africa was once part of a large land mass, now known as Gondwana, or Gondwanaland, that slowly fractured along the African coastline millions of years ago. Theories of such a supercontinent are bolstered by geological continuities and mineral similarities between South Africa and South America, by fossil similarities between South Africa and the Indian Ocean island of Madagascar, and by the sharp escarpments, or geological fractures, that encircle most of southern Africa near the coast.

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    Geography South Africa is located to the West ,South ,and East,borders of the South Atlantic and southern Indian Oceans. Its coastline is swept by the cold ,north flowing ‘Benguela’ and the warm south flowing ‘Agulhas’ systems respectively. The country is dry, with an average annually rainfall of only 464 mm. Temperatures above 32ºC are fairly common in summer. April and May are usually the most pleasant months.

    56. Africa Map -
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    Africa : Africa is the second-largest of the seven continents on Earth (Asia is the largest continent). Africa is bounded by the Atlantic Ocean on the west, the Indian Ocean on the east, the Mediterranean Sea on the north, and the Red Sea on the northeast. Africa covers 11,700,000 square miles (30,300,000 square kilometers). Countries : There are about 53 countries in Africa (some countries are disputed). The biggest country in Africa is Sudan, which covers 967,500 square miles (2,505,816 square kilometers). The countries with the largest populations in Africa are Nigeria (107,000,000 people), Egypt (64,800,000 people), and Ethiopia (58,700,000 people). Highest and Lowest Points : The tallest point in Africa is Mt. Kilimanjaro, in Tanzania (eastern Africa). Mt. Kilimanjaro is 19,340 feet (5895 meters) tall. Africa has no long mountain chains.

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    58. Geography At Sussex: Postgraduate Information
    1998a geography and development in the new south africa, geography, 83(1), pp314.1999b Changing the geography of apartheid education in south africa,
    Postgraduate Information Suggested Topics Community-based development in South Africa Supervisor: Dr Tony Binns, School of African and Asian Studies, Since the demise of apartheid in 1994, the ANC government has placed much emphasis on 'developmental local government', which aims to empower people and institutions at the grassroots level in working towards improving living standards through the creation of job opportunities. Whilst such ideas may be admirable, many practical problems are being encountered in the implementation of such initiatives. Relevant publications by supervisor 1997a Learning from the people: participatory rural appraisal, geography and rural development in the 'new' South Africa, Applied Geography , 17(1), pp1-9 (with E L Nel and T Hill) 1997b Development from below in the 'new' South Africa: the case of Hertzog, Eastern Cape, Geographical Journal , 163(1), pp57-64 (with E L Nel and T Hill) 1998a Geography and development in the 'new' South Africa, Geography 1999b Changing the geography of apartheid education in South Africa

    59. BUBL LINK: South Africa
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    Documents and photographs relating to the siege and relief of Ladysmith during the Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902).
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    CIA World Factbook 2003: South Africa
    Basic reference information about South Africa, including details of geography, people, economy, government, communications, transportation, military and transnational issues. Geographical information includes area, population, flag, maps, high and low points, co-ordinates, boundary length, border countries, climate, land use and natural resources.
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    Claiming Art, Reclaiming Space: Post Apartheid Art From South Africa

    60. South Africa - Geography
    south africa. geography. Size south africa occupies 1227200 square kilometersat the southern tip of africa; seventh largest african country;
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    Size: South Africa occupies 1,227,200 square kilometers at the southern tip of Africa; seventh largest African country; twice the size of Texas. Coastline nearly 3,000 kilometers. Extraterritorial holdings: Prince Edward Island and Marion Island (Indian Ocean). Topography: Interior highlands continuation of African plateau stretching north to Sahara, 1,200 meters average elevation. Plateau rises to Drakensberg Mountains (3,300 meters) south and east; Great Escarpment descends to coastal lowlands. Marginal coastal lowlands vary from eighty to 240 kilometers wide. Regular coastline, few natural harbors. Climate: Variable; warm temperate climate overall; Mediterranean conditions far southwest; subtropical northeast; desert northwest. Moderating influence of ocean currents: East coast warmed by Agulhas current, west coast cooled by Benguela current. Dry, sunny winters (April-October), summer rains (November-March) except in southwest, where rainfall yearround; average annual rainfall 484 millimeters. Time: 2 hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time.

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