The longest river in South Africa is the Orange River, also known as the Gariep or Groote River. It runs an incredible 2,200 kilometers, and has a basin area of 973,000 square kilometers.Know More
The Orange River is located in the veld region of South Africa. It connects the Indian Ocean on the east with the Atlantic Ocean on the west of the land. Part of the river forms the border between South Africa and Namibia.
The Orange River transverses such a great distance that it crosses into many regions. Depending on the region, it is often called a different name, like the Gariep River.Learn more about Africa
The longest river in Africa is the Nile River, which a runs a total distance of 4,160 miles. The Nile River is also the longest river in the world.Full Answer >
There are multiple reasons for unemployment in South Africa, including young people being unable to access education, a lack of work experience among the young and few government policies encouraging employment. Additionally, economic growth is lacking in some areas, including the development of small businesses in rural communities.Full Answer >
To find someone in South Africa, search on Facebook and other social media sites, or contact a radio station and place an ad for the person. As of 2012, over 12 percent of South Africans were using Facebook, and nearly 50 percent of the population was using the Internet. Additionally, thirty million South Africans listen to the radio every day, which is nearly two-thirds of the population, as of 2014.Full Answer >
The nickname of South Africa's international football, or soccer, team is Bafana Bafana. This nickname comes from a Zulu saying that translates more or less to "the lads" or "our boys."Full Answer >