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What would locals like others know about South Africa? Presenting relevant links in a somewhat random fashion:

WildChoices
According to the newly launched WildChoices website – choices.org – more than half of the 219 captive wildlife tourism facilities in South Africa should be avoided.

WildChoices identifies the captive wildlife facilities in South Africa that offer tourist attractions and activities including interactions and volunteer programs, and assesses them by applying the SATSA Captive Wildlife Attractions & Activities Decision Tool published in 2019, to publicly available online information about the facilities and their activities. The Tool is in the form of a decision tree that guides the user through the rapid assessment of a facility against a series of qualifying and disqualifying criteria to help decide which captive wildlife tourism facilities to support and which to avoid.

wildchoices.org
Assessment results
Map of captive wildlife tourism
@Blood_Lions

News
news.google.com
news24.com@news24
mg.co.za@mailandguardian
timeslive.co.za@TimesLIVE
sabcnews.co.za@SABCNews
Eyewitness NewsFacebook
The Mercury@TheMercurySA

Headlines
Carlos Amato: Tutu took love to its limits – M&G
The Pandemic Has Undone National Parks in South Africa – The Atlantic@AdamWelz
On the importance of inclusivity and ecotourism@Melanie_vanZyl
Canned lion hunting damaging Brand SA
South African Airways ‘is on verge of bankruptcy’ (2017)
Convivium Table 2016
What’s wrong with Tourism Day?
!Khwa ttu San Spirit Discovered@westcoastwaysa @KhwattuSan
http://www.sabreakingnews.co.za/2015/09/07/sa-lags-behind-in-responsible-tourism
June 2015 (pdf)
http://www.cannedlion.org/blog/saa-promoting-lion-park
http://www.southafrica.net/blog/en/posts/entry/10-coastal-towns-we-love
http://www.southafrica.net/blog/en/posts/entry/its-time-to-rethink-travel-e-tourism-africa-summit-2014
Fred Brownell: The man who made South Africa’s flag
http://www.news24.com/Travel/South-Africa/Four-new-nature-reserves-for-Eastern-Cape-20140106
http://www.thistourismweek.co.za/newsletters/marketing-south-africa-join-the-conversation
http://www.thistourismweek.co.za/newsletters/boldly-going-where-tourism-hasnt-gone-before
Karoo MTB Tour – Ralph Pina
How do we cultivate South Africa’s future domestic tourist?
Renoster-aanval: Haar man red haar

Tourism and Travel
tourism.gov.za@Tourism_gov_za
tourismupdate.co.zaSendUsNewsIssues
coastingafrica.com (Coast to Coast)
destinate.co.zaFacebook@Destinate_co

The Southern Africa Tourism Services Association (SATSA) – satsa.com – is a non-profit, member-driven association representing the Southern Africa region’s tourism private sector. It has over 1,000 members including accommodation establishments, airlines, attractions, transport operators, conference organisers, marketing organisations, tour operators and destination management companies. @satsa_sa

Tourism Portals
experience.co.za@xperience

Spotlight: TBCSA
We serve to unite and influence the diverse Travel and Tourism sector
http://www.tbcsa.travel@TBCZA

Tourism Research
http://www.southafrica.net/research/en/landing/research-home

Twitter Chats
#TravelChatSA – The longest-running Twitter chat about #SouthAfrica in South Africa Every second Wednesday at 7 PM SAST (UTC+2).
@TravelChatSA

Facebook
Cape Coastal Route

Flickr Groups
Cape Town
love south africa
SANParks – Tsitsikamma National Park
SANParks – Table Mountain National Park
suidafrika
Capetownliveitloveit
Rock Climbing South Africa
KwaZulu-Natal Wildlife Parks and Nature Reserves
Different
Ulwazi

Blogs
capetowngreenmap.co.za/blog
Sustainable Options
Ralph Pina
baobabtravel.wordpress.com
paulmiedema.wordpress.com
tourismupdate.co.za
South Africa Parks
ecoafrica
South Africa Logue
White African
sablogawards.com
Sprig

References
Current time
If it is 4pm in , what time is it elsewhere?

Brand South Africa
https://www.brandsouthafrica.com
https://www.facebook.com/BrandSouthAfrica
https://twitter.com/brand_sa
changed from
https://www.facebook.com/MediaClubSA

Wild Coast
swc.org.za

Springs
Springs,_Gauteng
sahistory.org.za
theheritageportal.co.za

Tswaing Meteorite Crater
40km northwest of Pretoria
http://www.iol.co.za/travel/south-africa/gauteng/ancient-crater-right-on-pretorias-doorstep-2029426

Twitter
@FlowComms
@SANParks
@SANParksKNP
@coffeebeansrout
@ralphpina
@travelcomments
@respCPT
@alanwinde
@GoToSouthAfrica
@SATravelTrade
@SueSnyman
@TGCSA_
@TBCZA
@GetMe2MosselBay
@mediaSA
@mariettedth
@skyegrove
@iainiain
@Kurt_A
@AfricanAgenda
@sahistoryonline
@CapeWestCoast
@Tourism_gov_za
@VosJames
@ThisTourismWeek
@MartinHeigan
@GvCyclotis
@KhwattuSan
@SAfmRadio
@Iziko_Museums
@channelafrica1
@CapeTownTourism

YouTube
AWOL Tours
Kurt Ackermann

Curated Playlists
South Africa Places and People

Airlines
flymango.com@FlyMangoSA
kulula.com
@SAAUSA

Awards
Loerie

Astronomy
South African Astronomical Observatory (SAAO)

Birding
Southern African Birding
Jack Ass Penguins
Southern African Foundation for the Conservation of Coastal Birds
Penguins – Science in Africa
Mapping African penguins

Baboons
Mass slaughter of wild Baboons in FSC-certified timber plantations

Cartoons
zapiro.com

Cities
SA Cities Network

Consulting
BarefootClients – tourism communications consultants

Currency
South Africa’s currency is the Rand
coinmill.com/ZAR_calculator.html

Bikes
chainstay.co.za
Facebook
@ChainStayMTB

Education
William_Smith_(South_African)
Tourism Research in Economic Environs & Society (TREES)
http://www.nwu.ac.za/trees-index
https://www.facebook.com/TREESNWU

AOSIShttps://twitter.com/_AOSIS

Environment
urbansprout.co.za@urbansprout
go2natural.co.za@Go2NaturalKZN
Dyer Island Conservation Trust
simplygreen.co.za

Fair Trade
Fairtrade Label South AfricaFacebook
Fair Trade in Tourism

Food
restaurants.co.za
Biltong
http://www.teara.govt.nz/NewZealanders/NewZealandPeoples/SouthAfricans/3/ENZ-Resources/Standard/2/en
http://www.streetsmartsa.org.za
Scrumptious South Africanaartjies (tangerines)
http://squaringgreencircles.blogspot.comhttp://www.iol.co.za/blogs/wendy-knowler-s-consumer-watch-1.1608/cows-free-to-range-in-a-shed-1.1013573
bobotie is a national dish consisting of spiced minced meat baked with an egg-based topping.
https://www.facebook.com/FoodbloggersSA
http://www.chefprive.co.za
http://braai.com (September 24)
http://www.foodroutes.co.za@foodroutescozahttps://www.facebook.com/foodroutescoza
http://www.southafrica.net/blog/en/posts/entry/authentic-ethnic-eateries-in-south-africa
http://experience.usatoday.com/food-and-wine/story/best-of-food-and-wine/food/2014/11/05/south-africa-rainbow-cuisine/18425373
http://www.fruitandvegcity.co.za
https://explorepartsunknown.com/south-africa/the-bittersweet-and-spicy-history-of-south-african-cuisine/

Foundations
shuttleworthfoundation.orgflickr

Forums
4x4community.co.za/forum

Geography
Geography of South Africa

Government
gov.za
Flickr

History
@RareSApics
South Africa History Online@sahistoryonline

Holidays
Public_holidays_in_South_Africa
http://www.info.gov.za/aboutsa/holidays.htm

Indigenous Peoples
Bushmen
Khoikhoi
Xhosa_people
Venda_people
San_people

Magazines
Hotel and RestaurantFacebook@HR_magazine

Maps
Mapping African penguins
WikiProject South Africa
South Africa Info
http://www.touristmaps.co.za
South Africa – Open Street Map
http://www.mountainpassessouthafrica.co.za@MountainPassesFacebook

Radio
http://www.southafrica.info/abroad/streamingradio.htm
http://radiotoday.podomatic.com
http://ujfm.co.za
http://www.yfm.co.zahttp://www.yfm.co.za/basils-quote
http://www.bayfm.co.za
http://www.jacarandafm.comhttps://twitter.com/jacarandafm

Saffa
http://saffastuff.com
http://ctpe.saffastuff.com
https://www.facebook.com/pages/SaffaStuff/105195426206416

Science
The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) in South Africa is one of the leading scientific and technology research, development and implementation organisations in Africa. It undertakes directed research and development for socio-economic growth.
@CSIR
J.L.B._Smith
Coelacanth
https://www.facebook.com/notes/martin-hatchuel/the-coelacanth-old-four-legs/10150503287601905

Sports
Keo.co.zaSA Rugby Magazine on Facebook
Rugby Union in South Africa – Wikipedia
South Africa Rugby RefereesTest YourselfYouTube
http://www.ecr.co.za/kagiso/content/en/east-coast-radio/east-coast-radio-sports
http://saffastuff.comhttp://www.facebook.com/pages/CrouchTouchPauseEngage/105161962877051http://www.facebook.com/pages/SaffaStuff/105195426206416http://www.youtube.com/user/SaffaStuff
http://www.rugby15.co@RugbyFifteen
http://www.sarugby.co.za@bokrugby
http://springbokmagazine.com
https://www.facebook.com/SouthernKingsSA

http://sarugby.net/fixtures.aspx?categoryid=sarugby/springboks&leagueid=1&fullview=true

Stats
The South African population has passed the 50 million mark.
statssa.gov.za

Surfing
WavescapeFacebook

Tickets
computicket.com

Trees
http://www.dwaf.gov.za/events/ArborWeek/default.asp
http://www2.dwaf.gov.za/webapp/EventsArborWeek.aspx

Elsewhere
theroaminggiraffe.co.za@DiBrown5
ECOCLUB Interviews Angus Begg
Colour therapy – CNN Traveller
Travelcomments: Backpacking in South Africa
Department of the Environment
South Africa Net
South Africa Info
Safari Now
Trail Info
EarthYEAR – Mail and Guardian
Who’s Who of Southern Africa
http://sacsis.org.za
South Africa Good News
Global Risk Governance programme – University of Cape Town
Oranjezicht City Farm (OZCF)Fair Food SA – SA Urban Food + Farming Trust

Weather
South Africa is famous for its sunshine. It’s a relatively dry country, with an average annual rainfall of about 464mm (compared to a world average of about 860mm).

South African Weather Service
http://www.southafrica.info/travel/advice/climate.htm

Whales
The southern right whales hang around off the coasts from about mid-June to the end of October.
http://www.whaleroute.com/areas/southafrica/index.htm

Wildlife Rehabilitation
Radical RaptorsFacebook

Wildlife Tours
http://www.wilderness-safaris.com

Wine
http://www.wineland.co.za
http://www.wine.co.za
http://www.wynboer.co.za/recentarticles/200702slang.php3
http://www.greggsplatter.co.za/2011/08/organic-vineyards-vs-conventional-vineyards-photos/

Klein Constantia
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S5SfO6kPHfM
http://blogs.timeslive.co.za/pendock/2011/05/27/klein-constantia-sold/
@KleinConstantia

Bathurst
bathurst.co.za
cnn.com/2014/05/29/travel/bathurst-south-africa

Bloemfontein/Mangaung
Afrikaans for ‘city of spring.’ The city’s Sesotho name is Mangaung, meaning “place of cheetahs”
http://www.bloemfontein.co.za
Bloemfontein
http://www.bloemfonteintourism.co.za
Bloemfontein: an insider’s guide
Bloemfontein – Wikipedia
Mangaung

Blyde River Canyon
Blyde_River_Canyon

Cape Town
cape town

Darling
Darling

Dullstroom
http://www.dullstroom.info

Recommended Listening (Radio and Podcasts)
East Coast Radiohttp://www.ecr.co.za/kagiso/content/en/east-coast-radio/east-coast-radio-listen

Flickr
imajin
Imagine
South African Tourism
Ralph Pina
Gerhard Buttner

Food
Bunny chow

Tides
tide-forecast

Sustainable Practices
Imagine is a Council-led, community driven project on integrated, long-term planning.
http://www.imagine.orghttp://www.imagine.org/category/themes/environmental-sustainability

Markets
Tips for visiting traditional markets in …
The Markets of Warwick Tour in
http://www.marketsofwarwick.co.za

Estuaries
Estuaries

Biodiversity
Biodiversity Report


South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI)
YouTube
@SANBI_ZA

Climate change
http://climaterealityproject.org/events//

Dala
Dala (to make / create in the isiZulu language) is an interdisciplinary creative collective that believes in the transformative role of creativity in building safer and more livable cities. Dala emerged as a response to the growing need for a sustainable space for creative practitioners actively engaging in the production of art / architecture for social change.

Transportation
King Shaka International Airport is located at 35 kilometers (22 miles) north of the city center, it opened its doors a month before the start of the 2010 FIFA World Cup. The airport is part of the Dube Tradeport.
King_Shaka_International_Airport

Sports
is home to the Sharks rugby team who play in the Kings Park Stadium (known colloquially as The Shark Tank), the Dolphins cricket team and the AmaZulu Soccer Club. Please note that Vuvuzelas are not permitted to be brought into the Stadium on game days.
http://www.sharksrugby.co.zafixtures
https://www.facebook.com/TheSharks Twitter: @TheSharksZA
http://www.dolphinscricket.co.za
http://www.amazulufc.net

Stadiums
The Moses Mabhida Stadium epitomizes architectural innovation and takes its design inspiration from the South African flag, with its grand arch representing the unity of this sport-loving nation. The two legs of the arch on the southern side of the stadium come together to form a single footing on the northern side, symbolizing the new unity of a once-divided country.
http://www.mosesmabhidastadium.co.za
http://www.flickr.com/photos/digitalglobe-imagery/4703330947

Surfing
surfing.co.za
http://www.surfingsouthafrica.co.za
http://magicseaweed.com/-Surfing/228/
http://magicseaweed.com/-Surf-Report/87

Hostels
gibelabackpackers.co.za

Indigenous
http://www.ulwazi.orghttp://blog.ulwazi.org@UlwaziProgrammehttp://www.flickr.com/groups/ulwazi

Weather
WeatherSA
Weather Underground

iSimangaliso Wetland Park
iSimangaliso Wetland Park is located on the east coast of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa about 275 kilometers north of .
Recommended listening: The isiMangaliso World Heritage Site – Kian Barker__ – Kian’s depth of knowledge for the unique isiMangaliso Wetland Park reaches across its troubled history to its emergence as a World Heritage Site: a home for diverse wildlife, from sea turles to elephants, and five eco-systems.
http://www.shakabarker.co.za/Wetland_Tours
http://greatguidesorg.blogspot.com/2010/03/st-lucia-town-transformed-by-eco.html
ISimangaliso Wetland Park

Elsewhere
– Safari Now
eThekwini Online
: South Africa’s Playground
– Google Earth
Imagine
http://www.africancotton.co.za – Zulu hats and fabrics
http://www.doung.net – -based artist
thttp://www.minttheshop.com – online retro smalls from
http://www.woodenspoon.co.za – food blog from
http://www.mcn2.com – our digital heritage consultancy
http://www.sprig.co.za
http://isyours.co.za

Nearby
Port Shepstone 120 kilometers (75 miles) south of
http://www.visitkwazulunatal.co.za

Fynbos
The Fynbos ecoregion of South Africa stretches out in a coastal belt on the Western cape. This region is characterisied by heath- and shrubland and a mediterranean climate. Many of the plants inhabitating this ecoregion are evergreen with needle-life leafs.
http://maps.grida.no/go/graphic/fynbos-ecoregion-in-south-africa
http://www.panda.org/about_wwf/where_we_work/ecoregions/fynbos.cfm
http://www.keo.co.za
King_Protea – The King Protea is the National Flower of South Africa. It also is the flagship of the The Protea Atlas Project, run by the South African National Botanical Institute.
Garden Route
http://gartour.com
https://www.facebook.com/gartour
https://twitter.com/gartour

Gauteng
The province of Johannesburg, Tshwane/Pretoria and surrounding area
http://www.gauteng.net
http://www.gautengonline.gov.za
Gauteng
https://twitter.com/tWeatherSA

Gautrain
The Gautrain is the first high-speed rail link in South Africa opening in 2010: route map
http://www.gautrain.co.za
Gautrain
@TheGautrain
http://www.flickr.com/groups/gautrain

George
http://www.oubaaihotels.com

Jonkershoek
The Panorama Route is one of the Jonkershoek valley’s classic day trails. From the bridge (Witbrug) at the apex of the circular road, where you climb the left side of the valley, to where you descend to the Swartboskloof parking area, you will walk about 17.1 km, climb through 1665 m (maximum elevation is 1267m) and descend through1703 m.
http://www.jonkershoek.com

Kruger National Park
http://www.krugerpark.co.za
http://www.krugerpark.co.za/Maps_of_Kruger_Park-travel/kruger-national-park-main-map.html
Olifants Wilderness Trail, Kruger National Park
Kruger_national_park
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Kruger-National-Park/106062146092509?ref=ts
http://www.protectedplanet.net/sites/Kruger_National_Park
Safeguarding the Kruger
http://www.krugerpark.co.za/Krugerpark_Travel_Guide-travel/explore-kruger-top-10-kruger-park-self-drives.html


Mapungubwe National Park
http://www.sanparks.org/parks/mapungubwe

Mbombela (Nelspruit)
Mbombela (Nelspruit) is situated in the eastern part of South Africa and is the capital town of the Mpumalanga Province. The city can be seen as the gateway to some of the best eco- and adventure activities in South Africa and with its tropical climate it becomes the preferred tourist destination all year round. Our subtropical fruit like (mangos, avocados, oranges, lemons, litchis and bananas) is a drawing card for visitors and during spring time the blossoms of the orange trees can be smelled for kilometers. For the shopping enthusiast the city offers world class shopping malls and casinos with air conditioning systems and this creates an excellent opportunity for prospective investors and business people to establish their businesses in the area.
http://www.mbombela.gov.za
Nelspruit

Midlands Meander
http://www.midlandsmeander.co.za
http://www.midlandsmeander.co.za/index.php?Explore
Mossel Bay
Mossel Bay’s rich marine life needs to be protected
Visitmosselbay.co.zaFacebook
Mossel Bay Environmental Partnership (MEP)
Mossel Bay – Wikipedia

Nelspruit
Nelspruit
(Near Mozambique and Kruger National Park)

Paternoster
paternoster


Plettenberg Bay
pletttourism.com @Plett_Tourism

Polokwane
Polokwane
Polokwane International Airport

Port Elizabeth
http://www.nelsonmandelabay.gov.za
http://www.nmbt.co.za@NMandelaBay
Port_Elizabeth
http://www.calabashtrust.co.za
http://www.nmbt.co.za
http://www.nmbstadium.comNelson_Mandela_Bay_Stadium
http://www.bayfm.co.za
http://www.superxv.com/southernkingshttp://www.youtube.com/user/SouthernKingsSA

Pretoria
pretorianews.co.za

The Transvaal Museum is a natural history museum. Exhibits include hominid fossils from the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site.
The Tourism Empowerment Council of South Africa (TECSA) has relocated to the National Department of Tourism (NDT) in Pretoria.
Loftus_Versfeld
http://www.thebulls.co.za
http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/city.html?n=269
Waterkloof

Prince Albert
Prince_Albert,_Western_Cape
http://www.sa-venues.com/things-to-do/westerncape/prince-albert-farmers-market

Robertson
Vrolijkheid Nature Reserve

Sandton City
sandton city
nelson-mandela-square

Simonsberg
Simonsberg
http://www.wineroute.co.za/greatersimonsberg.aspx

Slanghoek Peak
Slanghoek Peak via Witte River

Smithfield
http://www.tradingplaces2night.co.za

Stellenbosch
50 kilometers (30 miles) east of Cape Town
http://www.stellenbosch.org.za
Stellenbosch
Stellenbosch_University
http://www.sun.ac.za

Stormsvlei
http://www.stormsvleifarmstall-restaurant.co.za/

Swellendam
The Greater Swellendam Area is situated in the north east of the Overberg and includes the towns of Barrydale, Buffeljachts, Infanta, Malagas, Stormsvlei, Suurbraak and Swellendam.
http://www.swellendamtourism.co.za
Swellendam
https://www.facebook.com/SwellendamTourism
@swellendam1

Umtentweni
http://www.wheretostay.co.za/information/kzn/sc/umtentweni
https://maps.google.com.mx

Vortrekker Monument
http://www.vtm.org.za
Voortrekker_Monument

Vryburg
Vryburg – Routes

Wellington
@wellweather

Western Cape
http://www.westerncape.gov.za
http://www.westerncape.gov.za/eng/your_gov/16293/
https://twitter.com/alanwinde

Witbank
Witbank
http://www.routes.co.za/mp/witbank/index.html

Early Humans
http://www.nature.com/news/early-humans-tooled-up-1.11765
http://iho.asu.edu/people_faculty/Marean

Golden Rhino
http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/world/the-return-of-the-golden-rhino/article545513
http://www.southafrica.info/about/history/mapungubwe.htm
http://www.southafrica.net/za/en/articles/entry/article-southafrica.net-mapungubwe-world-heritage-site

YouTube
sabc

Language
South Africa has 11 official languages including Afrikaans, English, Ndebele, Northern Sotho, Sotho, Swazi, Tswana, Tsonga, Venda, Xhosa and Zulu. English is widely spoken and understood throughout the country, with the exception of the remote rural areas. Most of the official road signs are in English.
http://www.southafrica.info/about/people/language.htm
Languages_of_South_Africa

Heritage
World Heritage Sites
South Africa has eight World Heritage Sites:
Cultural
• Fossil Hominid Sites of Sterkfontein, Swartkrans, Kromdraai, and Environs (1999)
• Mapungubwe Cultural Landscape (2003)
• Robben Island (1999)
• Richtersveld Cultural and Botanical Landscape (2007)
Mixed
• UKhahlamba / Drakensberg Park (2000)
Natural
• Cape Floral Region Protected Areas (2004)
• iSimangaliso Wetland Park (1999)
• Vredefort Dome (2005)

Environment

Sports
In 2010 the eyes of the football world focused on South Africa as the FIFA World Cup was hosted for the first time on the African continent. By most accounts, the event was roaring success.

Dating back to 1889, the Currie Cup is one of the oldest rugby competitions in the world and the cornerstone of South Africa’s rugby heritage
CurrieCup
http://www.rugbyweek.com/CurrieCup

Geography
South Africa is made up of nine provinces: Mpumalanga, North West, Gauteng, Northern Province, Free State, Western Cape, KwaZulu-Natal, Northern Cape and Eastern Cape.

Food Festivals
getaway.co.za

Recommended Listening
SABCChannel Africa, Springbok RadioFragment 17
SAfmhttps://twitter.com/SAfmRadiohttps://twitter.com/SAfmnews
http://www.capetalk.co.zahttps://soundcloud.com/primediabroadcasting
http://www.bushradio.co.za
East Coast Radiohttps://soundcloud.com/charis-1-1
http://www.rsg.co.zahttp://radio.antfarm.co.za/cdn/clients/sabc/RSG/player.asp?id=65

More Listening
Football, apartheid and South Africa – The world reacted strongly against apartheid in South Africa with boycotts and sanctions but the boycott against playing sport became the country’s Achilles heel. In the lead up to the World Cup next month, a new documentary pays homage to those players who missed out on the international football arena and explores how the game helped bring down apartheid.

South Africa, Past, Present and Future – The images out of South Africa have harked back to an earlier era: razor wire, protest songs, threats of war. As the Rainbow Nation counts down to the World Cup in June, the image it wants to present to the world will need to confront a more complicated reality.

Bingo
Africa – Big 5 – BiodiversityBobotie – BRICS – Cape TownCoelacanthCricket – – Elephants – Freedom – Gold – Human Origins – INDABA – Jacaranda – Johannesburg – KarooLionsloadsheddingLocal – Mother City – Nelson Mandela – People – Pinnacle Point – Place – Platinum – Province – Responsible Travel – Rooibos – Rhino – RouteRugby – Safari – Sardine RunSharksSouth AfricaSubmarine CableSurfing – Ubuntu – Ugu (Coast) – Veld – Vibe – Xhosa – Yebo – Zulu

Wikipedia
Geography of South Africa
Golden Mile
Gqom
Provinces of South Africa
Boerboel
Jacobus Hendrik Pierneef
Wild Coast Region, Eastern Cape
Vusi Mahlasela

Features

July 18, Nelson Mandela Day

Planeta.com

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