Cape Town

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Cape Town
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33°55′31″S 18°25′26″E / 33.92528°S 18.42389°E / -33.92528; 18.42389
Clockwise from top: Cape Town CBD, Strand, Clifton beach, Table Mountain, Port of Cape Town, Cape Town City Hall
Clockwise from top: Cape Town CBD, Strand, Clifton beach, Table Mountain, Port of Cape Town, Cape Town City Hall
Nickname(s): Mother City
Motto: Spes Bona (Latin for "Good Hope")
Naga Afrika Borwa
Porofense Kapa Bodikela
Mmušôselegae City of Cape Town Metropolitan Municipality|City of Cape Town
Founded 1652
Government[1]
 • Type Metropolitan municipality
 • Mayor Patricia de Lille (Democratic Alliance)
 • Council Cape Town City Council
 • City manager Achmat Ebrahim
Sekgôba[2]
 • City 400.28 km2 (154.55 sq mi)
Setšhaba (2011)[2]
 • City 433,688
 • Density 1,100/km2 (2,800/sq mi)
 • Metro 3,740,026
 • Metro density 1,500/km2 (4,000/sq mi)
Badudi ke Capetonian
Dipersente tša merafe (2011)[3][4]
 • Bathobaso 18.6%
 • Bammala 46.4%
 • MaIndia 1.4%
 • Makgowa 31.7%
 • Šele 1.9%
Dipolelo tša ntlha (2011)
 • Seisimane 44.9%
 • Afrikaans 32.8%
 • Sethosa 15.2%
 • Šele 8.1%
Nomoro ya poso (Setarata) 7700 to 8099
Nomoro ya poso (Lepokisi) 8000
Area code +27 (0)21
HDI Increase 0.74 High (2010)[5]
GDP US$ 58.9 billion [6]
GDP per capita US$ 14,086[6]
Website www.CapeTown.gov.za
Satellite image of the Cape peninsula.

Cape Town ke toropo kgolokgolo (capital) go feta diporofense Kapa Bodikela ka moka Afrika Borwa.

Toropo e 873 km bodikela la Port Elizabeth.

Ditšhupetšo[lokiša | edit source]

  1. Pollack, Martin (31 May 2006). "Achmat Ebrahim is the new city manager of Cape Town". City of Cape Town Metropolitan Municipality. Retrieved 25 March 2007. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Main Place Cape Town". Census 2011. 
  3. "City of Cape Town". Retrieved 19 February 2016. 
  4. "2011 Census". Retrieved 19 February 2016. 
  5. "Regional Development Profile: City of Cape Town" (PDF). Western Cape Government. 2013. p. 25. Retrieved 18 November 2014. 
  6. 6.0 6.1 "Global city GDP 2011". Brookings Institution. Retrieved 18 November 2014.