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  1. South Africa in Pictures (Visual Geography Series, Visual Geography Series)
  2. South Africa in Pictures (Visual Geography Series)
  3. Bibliography of books, pamphlets, maps, magazine articles, & c., relating to South Africa, with special reference to geography: From the time of Vasco ... South African Philosophical Society [v. 10]) by H. C. Schunke Hollway, 1878
  4. Manual of South African geography: Forming a companion to the map of South Africa to 16 degrees south latitude, intended for the use of the upper classes ... schools and candidates for the civil service by Henry Hall, 1859
  5. Manual of South African geography,: Forming a companion to the map of South Africa to 16° south latitude, by Henry Hall, 1866
  6. The world;: A general geography (Longmans' geographical series for South Africa) by Stamp. L. Dudley, 1928
  7. Under the Southern Cross, South America, Australasia, Africa (The Life and Livelihood Geographies) by G. B. Redmore, 1980-01-01
  8. Manual of South African geography, forming a companion to the map of South Africa to 16° south latitude: Intended for the upper classes in government schools, and of candidates for the civil service by Henry Hall, 1866
  9. On the physical geography, geology, and mineralogy of the colony of Natal, South Africa by Robert James Mann, 1868
  10. Africa South of the Sahara, Second Edition: A Geographical Interpretation (Texts In Regional Geography) by Robert Stock, 2004-05-04
  11. South Africa the People (Bobbie Kalman Book : the Lands, Peoples, and Cultures Series) by Domini Clark, 1999-11
  12. South Africa: Volume 1 by Anthony Trollope, 2001-02-15
  13. South Africa: The Land (Lands, Peoples, and Cultures) by Domini Clark, 2000-02
  14. The Atlas of Changing South Africa by A J Christopher, 2000-10-17

81. Geographical Association - South Africa Study Tour, 2003
The aim of the south africa tour was to introduce geographical educators to thecontemporary geography of south africa and encourage and enhance their
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The aim of the South Africa tour was to introduce geographical educators to the contemporary geography of South Africa and encourage and enhance their teaching of geographical themes and issues in primary and secondary schools and colleges.
With his in-depth knowledge and insights gained from extensive research in the area, Dr Tony Binns planned an extensive itinerary, and was an informative and amusing group leader throughout.
Tony organised and planned the Tour with his South African contacts, assisted by members of the International Committee. The Tour operator was Ian Dickson Travel of Edinburgh, who once again gave us excellent service beyond ‘the call of duty’.
Our operator, driver and guide in South Africa was Fiona Masterson of Lynx thru’ Africa from Grahamstown. Fiona caught the mood of the group very well. We were also grateful to Professor Etienne Nel (Rhodes University) whose advice and help was invaluable.
A reading list and papers were distributed before the tour.

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83. GeographyIQ - World Atlas - Africa - South Africa - Geography Facts And Figures
geography information for south africa. geography note, south africacompletely surrounds Lesotho and almost completely surrounds Swaziland
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Africa South Africa (Facts) South Africa - Geography (Facts) 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 Maritime claims: territorial sea: 12 nm
continental shelf: 200 nm or to edge of the continental margin contiguous zone: 24 nm exclusive economic zone: 200 nm Climate: mostly semiarid; subtropical along east coast; sunny days, cool nights Terrain: vast interior plateau rimmed by rugged hills and narrow coastal plain Elevation extremes: lowest point: Atlantic Ocean m highest point: Njesuthi 3,408 m

84. TradePort Country Profiles From World Trade Press
geography Note. south africa completely surrounds Lesotho and almost completelysurrounds Swaziland. Demographics. Population. 43647658 (July 2002)

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The People
South African(s)
Ethnic Composition
Black     White     Mixed race (Coloured)     Asian (Indian)    
Religious Composition Christian     African Traditional Muslim     Hindu    
Languages Spoken
Eleven official languages are recognized including Afrikaans, English, Ndebele, Pedi, Sotho, Swazi, Tsonga, Tswana, Venda, Xhosa, and Zulu.
Education and Literacy
Seven years of education are compulsory for all children, but this is not currently enforced; an estimated two million school-age children do not attend school. Currently 85 percent of the population is considered literate.
Labor Force
Total: 17 million (2000)
By occupation: Services Agriculture Industry
Land Mass Total
471,010 sq mi (1,219,912 sq km)
Note: Includes Prince Edward Islands (Marion Island and Prince Edward Island)
471,010 sq mi (1,219,912 sq km)
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Land Boundaries
Total: 3,021 mi (4,862 km)
Border countries: Botswana 1,143 mi (1,840 km), Lesotho 564 mi (909 km), Mozambique 305 mi (491 km), Namibia 600 mi (967 km), Swaziland 267 mi (430 km), Zimbabwe 139 mi (225 km)
1,738 mi (2,798 km)

85. Birds, Birding & Conservation In South Africa
south africa. geography. Geographically, south africa is as diverse as it islarge, stretching approximately 1500 km from east to west and about 2000 km
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ABC HOME JOIN ABC ABOUT BIRDING AFRICA South Africa Geography Geographically, South Africa is as diverse as it is large, stretching approximately 1,500 km from east to west and about 2,000 km from north to south covering an area of over 1.2 million km CIA Factbook
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86. African Geography Quiz # 2 - The Congo Cookbook (African Recipes) Www.congocookb
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  • 87. African Studies Center | South Africa Page 
    represents part of Karen Fung s africa south of the Sahara Electronic Guide .It covers news, history, geography, etc.. south africa s Constitution
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        The Ethnologue is a catalog of the world's languages including information on alternate names, number of speakers, location, dialects, linguistic affiliation, and other sociolinguistic and demographic information. This database represents the 12th edition of the Ethnologue, published in 1992.

    88. Economic Geography: Disabling Globalization: Places Of Power In Post-Apartheid S
    Places of Power in PostApartheid south africa from Economic geography, April 2004 marked an important anniversary in south africa s modern history
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    Save a personal copy of this article and quickly find it again with It's free! Save it. Disabling Globalization: Places of Power in Post-Apartheid South Africa. By Gillian Hart. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2002. April 2004 marked an important anniversary in South Africa's modern history. Ten years earlier, the country held its first democratic elections that signified a new postapartheid era. This anniversary provided an opportunity to reflect on social and economic progress in South Africa, as well as to raise critical questions about the delayed status of land reform, the relentless advance of HIV/AIDS, and the continuing economic disparities in this country. These conditions are reminders of the centuries of dispossession and discrimination under colonial and apartheid regimes. Disabling Globalization contributes to the growing literature on South Africa's transformation by critically examining the relationship among neoliberal economic policies, the land question, and restructuring of local government. It focuses on the multiple trajectories of sociospatial change as they play out at the local level. The discursive power of globalization, defined by Hart as the spatial interconnection associated with capitalist restructuring and the discourses through which knowledge is produced, provides the basis for shaping South Africa's future. Throughout the book, Hart examines what makes these discourses so disabling and the possibilities for more politically enabling alternatives.

    89. Geography: South Africa Travel, South Africa Safaris & Tours
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    90. Regents Prep Global History & Geography: Multiple-Choice Question Archive
    Regents Prep Global History geography MultipleChoice Questions. Global HistoryReview Vocabulary Review Question 1 of 9 Apartheid in south africa

    91. PSU Department Of Geography News Dr. Chris Benner Leads 2005
    Dr. Chris Benner, Assistant Professor of geography and Labor Studies and Dr.Benner has a history with south africa, first as an active opponent of the

    92. Department Of Geography, Geoinformatics & Meteorology
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    93. New Page 2
    In 2005 the 6th biennial conference of the Society of south African Geographerswill be held in Cape Department of geography Environmental Studies
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    In 2005 the 6th biennial conference of the Society of South African Geographers will be held in Cape Town. The meeting will be hosted at the University of the Western Cape by the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies.
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    94. SunSITE Southern Africa
    SunSITE Southern africa (3kb). Wits University (2kb) The geography Departmentat the College of Education, University of the Witwatersrand,
    Current Weather at Wits University The Geography Department at the College of Education, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg have created a live web link of current weather conditions at the Education Campus in Parktown. Visit to view this live link which is updated every 30 minutes. Visitors to the Wits website from around the world are also able to view this link so feel free to spread it around. The weather data are collected electronically and stored in a database. This database is currently used by the Geography and Environmental Studies in Education department for teaching about weather systems and by the Mathematics in Education department for teaching statistics. Other research projects at the university are envisaged. Geography and Mathematics educators as well as other researchers are welcome to contact Paul Goldschagg of the Geography and Environmental Studies in Education department at the College of Education for information on this data. Tel (011) 717-3172

    95. HomePage
    University of Fort Hare; University of Transkei; Society of south AfricanGeographers; Royal Geographic Society; The south African Geographical Journal
    The Department of Geography's Home Page Go to the General Information Page (Recommended after reading the following Preamble). Preamble: The University of Port Elizabeth is a relatively small institution with approximately 5000 students. Of these approximately 250 are enrolled for courses in the Department of Geography, in which the medium of instruction is English. The Department offers courses in the Arts, Science, Economic Sciences, Health Sciences and education faculties, at undergraduate level, and in the Arts and Economic Sciences faculties at postgraduate level (Go to the Course Page . In general, Geography classes are small, making staff-student contact more direct than is possible in many larger institutions. Consequently, through personal contact and discussion it is possible to overcome many problems in their initial stages. The city of Port Elizabeth and the Eastern Cape provide a varied and interesting environment for geographical teaching and research in both the physical and human sectors. Thus fieldwork in the immediate urban environment and further afield plays an important part in the Geography programme. Although the University of Port Elizabeth is only 30 years old it has the facilities offered by many older institutions and in some respects has more complete collections, notably in the library. The Department has its own computer terminals and access to the facilities of the University Computing Centre and the Geographical Information Systems laboratory

    96. AllRefer Encyclopedia - South African Political Geography Encyclopedia reference and encyclopedia resource provides encyclopedia articlescovered under this topic.
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    97. An MBendi Profile: South Africa - Overview
    south africa has the most advanced economy on the african continent. Its geographical position provides an ideal gateway to SubSaharan africa.
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    98. Encyclopedia: South African Political Geography
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    6th Biennial conference of the Society of south African Geographers (SSAG2005) Rhodes s geography Department purchased and distributed these posters to
    6th Biennial conference of the Society of South African Geographers (SSAG2005)
    Cape Town, South Africa
    The 6th biennial conference of the Society of South African Geographers will be held in Cape Town in September 2005. The meeting will be hosted at the University of the Western Cape, by the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies. The conference organisers can be contacted via e-mail at and the conference web site found at
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    The conference organisers are now inviting papers for the SSAG 2005. Click here for more details.
    Rhodes University reaches out to schools
    December 2004
    Mrs Glyn Armstrong holds up a series of posters showing an African political map, synoptic charts and a history of SA events. Rhodes's Geography Department purchased and distributed these posters to selected schools in the Eastern Cape. Geography teachers are pleased to add these posters to their limited teaching resources. An excellent initiative that not only encourages teachers, but also exposes the Geography Department to prospective students.
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    100. Africa Geographic Online
    Karoo For some, south africa’s parched interior, the bed of a oncevast inland Graaff-Reinet is one of south africa’s oldest towns and, thanks to the
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    Africa Geographic
    to the ends of the earth Getting there and around
    The island lies almost halfway between South America and Africa and, until its first international airport becomes operational in 2010, the only way to get there is on the last remaining Royal Mail Ship, the RMS St Helena , which departs from Cape Town, Walvis Bay and Ascension Island.
    St Helena Not to be missed
    the Castle , erected in 1708 on the site of the first fort and now the seat of government. You can also take a tour through Essex House
    From Jamestown, you can take a taxi to Plantation House Broadway House near the base of the ladder and overlooks the harbour where ships from the East India Company anchored.
    Knollcombes Longwood House Deadwood Plain
    Despite its lack of size, the island boasts diverse landscapes, from wind-eroded multi-coloured ridges to tree-covered hillsides, soft meadows and vegetation-filled valleys. Those with a botanical bent should visit Sandy Bay , all serious hikes descend from the central ridge into valleys next to the sea. The paths are clearly marked but they are not for the fainthearted, as most have exposed sections where extreme caution is required. The views, though, are worth it and leaflets with detailed descriptions of what to look out for on each walk add great value.
    At 818 metres

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