Afrika Borwa

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Coat of arms of South Africa
Flag Coat of arms
Motto: "!ke e: ǀxarra ǁke(ǀXam)
"Unity in Diversity"
Anthem: National anthem of South Africa
Location of  Afrika Borwa  (dark blue)

– in Africa  (light blue & dark grey)
– in the African Union  (light blue)

Toropo Kgolo
Largest city Johannesburg (2006)[2]
Maleme a semmušo [3]
Ethnic groups (0.4em [4])
Demonym South African
Mmušo Constitutional parliamentary republic
 -  Peresidente Jacob Zuma
 -  Motlatša Peresidente Cyril Ramaphosa
 -  Modulasetulo wa NCOP Thandi Modise
 -  Speaker of the National Assembly Baleka Mbete
 -  Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng
Legislature Parliament
 -  Upper house National Council of Provinces
 -  Lower house National Assembly
Independence from the United Kingdom
 -  Union 31 May 1910 
 -  Statute of Westminster 11 December 1931 
 -  Republic 31 May 1961 
Area
 -  Total 1,221,037 km2 (25th)
471,443 sq mi
 -  Metse (%) negligible
Palo ya Badudi
 -  2013 estimate 52,981,991[5] (25th)
 -  2011 census 51,770,560:18
 -  Density 42.4/km2 (169th)
109.8/sq mi
GDP (PPP) 2014 estimate
 -  Total $623.201 billion[6] (25th)
 -  Per capita $11,914[6] (82nd)
GDP (nominal) 2014 estimate
 -  Total $371.211 billion[6] (33rd)
 -  Per capita $7,096[6] (83rd)
Gini (2009) 63.1[7]
very high
HDI (2013) Increase 0.629
medium · 121st
Time zone SAST (UTC+2)
Drives on the left
Calling code +27
Internet TLD .za

Afrika Borwa goba Repabliki ya Afrika-Borwa (Republic of South Africa) ke naga lefasaneng la Afrika. Afrika Borwa e borwa ba Afrika, e wela seleteng sa Borwa Bja Afrika.

Afrika Borwa e agišane le :

Afrika Borwa ke leloko la Commonwealth of Nations.

Go tloga ka 2004, Jacob Zuma e bile mopresidente wa lesome pedi was Afrika Borwa. Pele ga Jacob Zuma, Thabo Mbeki le Ntate Nelson Mandela e be e le bapresidente.

Dipolelo[lokiša | edit source]

Afrika borwa e nale dipolelo tše lešome tee tša semmušo e lego Sezulu, Sethosa, Afrikaans, Sepedi, Setswana, Seisemane, Sesotho, Setsonga, Seswati, Sevenda le Sendebele. Afrika Borwa e nale dipolelo tša go swana le Fanagalo, Selobedu, Setebele sa Leboa le SeSan tšeo dibolelwago efela ese dipolelo tša semmušo. Polelo ya go swana le Selobedu le Setlokwa ke dipolelo-semmotwana tšeo di welago ka fase ga leleme la Sesotho sa Leboa (Sepedi).

Diporofense[lokiša | edit source]

Diporofense tša Afrika Borwa

Go tloga ka 1994 ge kgethollo e fela, diporofense tša Afrika Borwa di senyane, e lego:

Bodumedi[lokiša | edit source]

Go ya ka dipalopalo tša setšhaba tša ngwaga wa 2001, 79.7% ya badudi ba Afrika Borwa ke bakriste.

Badudi[lokiša | edit source]

Afrika Borwa e nale badudi bao e ka bago dimillione tše 47. Go lekanetšwa gore 79.5 ya badudi ke batho batsho, 9.2% ke makgowa, ge 8.9 ele batho ba mmala, 2.5% ke maIndia.

Bokamoso[lokiša | edit source]

Bokamoso bja rena: dira gore bo šome. Afrika Borwa ke ya batho ba yona ka moka. Rena, batho, re tswalane. Re phela bjalo ka molalatladi. Magae a rena, boagišane, metse, ditoropo, le ditoropokgolo di bolokegile gomme di tletše ka lešata. Ka dihlongwa tša rena, re laola maphelo a rena. Difahlego tša bana ba rena di bolela ka ga bokamoso bjo re bo hlamilego.

References[lokiša | edit source]

  1. "The Constitution". Constitutional Court of South Africa. Retrieved 3 September 2009. 
  2. "Principal Agglomerations of the World". Citypopulation.de. Retrieved 30 October 2011. 
  3. Note: The Khoi, Nama and San languages, South African Sign Language, German, Greek, Gujarati, Hindi, Portuguese, Tamil, Telegu, Urdu, Arabic, Hebrew, Sanskrit and "other languages used for religious purposes in South Africa" have a special status (Chapter 1, Article 6 of the South African Constitution).
  4. The Census 2011 household questionnaire describes the groups shown here as population groups, asking in respect of each household member "How would (name) describe him/herself in terms of population group?".
  5. "Mid-year population estimates 2013" (PDF). Statistics South Africa. Retrieved 21 July 2013. 
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 "South Africa". International Monetary Fund. Retrieved 2013-10-27. 
  7. "Gini Index". World Bank. Retrieved 2 March 2011. 

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