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101 Facts That Will Make You Want To Travel To Kenya

In this List, we will give you 101 Interesting Facts about Kenya:

  • The official name of Kenya is  ‘The Republic of Kenya’.
  • There are only 2 distinct seasons in Kenya which are the dry season and the wet season.
  • Kenya has the most active twitter community in Africa, the movement is called #KOT meaning Kenyans on Twitter
  •  In the history of Kenya, there has only been 4 presidents but 10 Vice Presidents.
  • A person from Kenya is called a Kenyan.
  • Coffee is the most valuable export and it produces about 49,980 metric tones of Coffee for exportation every processing in kenya
  • Princess Elizabeth became Queen while she was in Kenya after her father, King George VI, passed away. The hotel continues to be a major tourist attraction to date.
  • Here are some famous movies that you didn’t know were shot in Kenya: Out Of Africa, King Solomon’s Mines, Nowhere in Africa, The Constant Gardener, To Walk With Lions, Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life, The Ghost and the Darkness, Mississippi Masala.
  •  Umoja Uaso in Kenya is a village where only females are allowed. The village was founded in 1990 and was to serve as a sanctuary for homeless survivors of violence against women, and very young girls running from forced and arranged marriages.
  • Kenya has more than 1,132 species of birds.
  • The total population is about 52 Million people and the next census will take place in 2019.
  • Life expectancy is 63 years for  69 years for women.
  • The constitution of Kenya allows the practice of polygamy.
  • Wangari Maathai from Kenya was the first African woman to win the Nobel Peace Price in 2004 for her contribution to sustainable development, democracy, and peace.
  • Kenya has one of the best Wildlife in the world, you can see so many animals including the Big Five in a single day.
  • There is no such language as “Kenyan. The official Language in Kenya is English and Kiswahili.
  • Kenya is named after a mountain, Mt.Kenya, which happens to be the second largest mountain in Africa.
  • Kenya was a colony of the United Kingdom in between the years of 1920 and 1963, Kenya got its independence in 1963.
  • The equator runs straight through the middle of Kenya.
  • Kenya has more than 60 National Parks.
  • Kenya is the only country in the world that has a National Park in a City.nairobi national park                                                (Nairobi National Park)


  • Ugali is the staple meal in Kenya and is a meal made from flour. The meal can be served serve along with stews, meats and vegetables.
  • The Masaai’s Shuka is one of the most famous Kenyans cloth known to the world.Masaai
  • The president in Kenya was once ranked as the Richest Man in Kenya by Forbes.
  • In Kenya hunting is illegal, most of the wildlife animals are protected and it would be considered a criminal act if one is found hunting.
  • Lamu, a town located on the coastline of Kenya is Car free hence no traffic jam.
  • Kenya is the world’s leading safari destination.
  • Kenya has been awarded the world’s leading safari destination for many years in a row by The World Travel Awards.
  • There are six recognized UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kenya namely: Mount Kenya Forest, The Sacred Kaya Forest in South Coast, Lamu Old Town, Lake Turkana, Lake System in the Great Rift Valley and Fort Jesus, Mombasa
  • 85% of Kenyans above 15 able to read and write Making Kenya to have one of the highest literacy levels in Africa.


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101 Very Interesting Facts about Kenya

  • The most popular sport is Football, however, the country is well known for athletes winning a couple of different races around the world.
  • Kenya is the most successful nation in the steeplechase in the Olympics. It has won every men’s title since 1968, with the exceptions of 1976 and 1980, which Kenya boycotted.
  • Scientists believe that humans may have first settled in Kenya about 2 million years ago.
  • Christians in Kenya make up to 85% of the population most of them being Protestants.
  • Kenya and Ethiopia signed a defense pact which is still in effect till today.
  • Some of the rarest breeds of butterflies and snakes can be found in the Kenyan Forests and cannot be found in other countries.
  • Kenya is home of the father of Barack Obama, the former president of the United States of America. Barrack Obama has visited the country once while in power.
  • A President in Kenya can be appointed for a five-year term and can only serve for a maximum of two terms.
  • Before the rule was passed, the longest-serving president served for a great 24 years.
  • There is a remarkable, tall stone, around seven feet, that delivers a dash of water that causes it to seem like it is crying. It is called the Crying Stone.
  • You can ride an Ostrich in an ostrich farm and is located 45 km’s from Nairobi. The Ostrich has a maximum top speed is of 70 km/h.ostrich farm in Kenya
  • Kenyans drive on the left side of the road.
  • The highest point in Kenya is Mt. Kenya which is 5,197 meters above sea level.
  • Kenya has been said to have the fastest internet speeds in Africa.
  • Kenya’s main imports include vehicles, machinery, plastics and transport equipment.
  • Kenya is about the same size as California.
  • There are 47 counties in Kenya which came about through a new constitution in 2010.
  • Dowries are still traditional in Kenya. The groom will only be allowed to wed the bride if he pays dowries to the bride’s parents.
  • Even though coffee is exported in Kenya, locals there prefer to take tea instead, as a result only 3% of the coffee produced is consumed locally.
  • Kenya has more than 40 ethnic groups the largest being Kikuyu which has over 7 million people.
  • There is free primary Education in Kenya and the Government is working on providing free secondary education too.
  • In Kenya culture is passed from generation to generation through ongs, poems, and stories.
  • The last time there was a  volcanic eruption in Kenya was in 1921.
  • Farming is the main economic activity in Kenya.
  • The national symbol of Kenya is a Lion.
  • Kenya has one of the strongest armies in Africa.
  • The state house in Nairobi was built in 1907  before Kenya got its independence.
  • At that time it was known as a Governments House.
  • The current President of Kenya is Uhuru Kenyatta and he is so to the first President in Kenya, Jomo Kenyatta.
  • Kenya was declared a republic on 12th December 1964 with Jomo Kenyatta as Head of State.

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101 Very Interesting Facts about Kenya

  • Kenya has over 15 very beautiful islands.
  • Kenya is one of the most developed countries in Africa and has a nominal GDP of $41.115 billion.
  • Telecommunication the largest industry in Kenya that contributes to over 60% of the GDP.
  • The country is considered as the cradle of mankind scientist due to old human remains that date to 7 million years ago.
  • Kenya is an extraordinary traveler goal, on account of the climate. Kenya is situated in the tropics so it’s for the most part sunny. Some come to see the natural life, see the sights and experience the way of life.
  • Nairobi is the Largest cities in Kenya and is one of the most beautiful cities in Africa.Nairobi(Photo of Nairobi by Mutua Matheka)
  • The rift valley (which is the longest -6,300 km- and deepest geographical fault of its kind on earth) cuts across 11 countries, one of which -you guessed it- is Kenya. According to astronauts who have observed the earth from space, the rift valley is the most visible geographical fault on the face of the planet.
  • Kenya is one of the richest countries in Africa.
  • 20 Years and less is the average age of the African people.
  • The deepest and longest geographical fault in the world cuts through Kenya and 10 other countries. It is about 6300 Km.
  • There is freedom of Religion in Kenya, therefore, no state religion and discrimination of religious beliefs.
  • The flag of Kenya is made up of 4 colors, black red and green.The Kenyan Flag
  • Black stands for the people of the Republic of Kenya, red represents the bloodshed during the fight for independence, white represents the beautiful vegetation of the country. White was later added to symbolize peace and honesty.
  • There is about 4,899 live births average per day in Kenya.
  • Kenya has been ranked as the best country in Africa that offers a good digital life.
  • The country shares the world’s second largest freshwater lake, Lake Victoria, with Uganda and Tanzania.Facts about Kenya
  • Kenya was named the World’s ‘Least Toxic’ Country in the world in 2017. This had to do with the analysis of air pollution, energy consumption and renewable energy production.
  • Kenya is home to the UN headquarters in Africa.
  • Kenya is a very peaceful country and is politically stable.
  • The coastline of Kenya has a length of 536 Km and it receives a lot of tourist due to its sandy beaches and great hotels along the coast.
  • Jambo is the most common greeting that can be used by pretty much anybody. When translated to English it becomes ‘Hello’.
  • The currency in Kenya is Kenyan Shilling and as of 2018, $1=100 Kenya Shilling(approx)
  • You have to be at least 18 years old for you to be allowed to drive without supervision.
  • Kenya is the fastest and the largest growing economy in East Africa.
  • There are only three official cities in the country: Nairobi(Capital City), Mombasa and Kisumu.
  • The largest contributor to Kenya’s electricity supply is Hydroelectricity.
  • Kenya has a lot of natural resources including gold, limestone and soda ash.
  • The tallest building in Kenya is Britam Tower which is 163 meters tall and has 31 floors.


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Top 10 Countries With Very Beautiful African Women

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In this list, we will show you the Countries With The Most Beautiful African Women.

Africa,  a very diverse continent whose women possess quite various characteristics. Human appeared in Africa thousands of years ago. Climatic conditions and hot bright sun have played a pragmatic role in influencing the appearance of an African woman. Elsewhere, different African nations are rich in traditions and old history, which have greatly influenced the character, position in society and behavior of a woman.

Dark skin is the main common feature of an African woman. Most of these women have big brown eyes set rather wide from each other and full lips. Their beautiful smile with sparkling teeth is yet another indispensable peculiarity of African women. So, without further ado, the following is a list of countries with the most beautiful women in Africa.

10. Tanzania

Tanzanian women are famed for their beauty and homemaking skills. The latter emanates from their ancient tradition where women pass these skills to the young teenage girls.

If you are looking for a beautiful woman to take back home and introduce to your parents, Tanzania is most likely the place. The “kanga” is common attire for women here. The kanga is usually bright, colorful and a wind blowing garment.  

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9. Eritrea

Eritrean women have an exotic look and features that could easily be mistaken for several different races. One of the fundamental reasons surrounding this could be that Eritreans together with Northern Ethiopians, which are collectively known as Habesha have a genetically unique phenotype.

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The Caucasoid genes of Eritrean and some Northern Ethiopian women are more closely related to Mediterranean Caucasian groups such as Arabs and Berbers than their counterparts in East Africa.

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8. Ghana

An African beauty list can never be complete without the gold coast. A Ghanaian woman is famed for her height and ebony skin. A well-rounded bottom is a conspicuous feature that cannot go unnoticed in this woman.

A Ghanaian woman is known for her respect. She is not known to brag, a good listener and not money minded. She will value a relationship more than a huge bank account.

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7. South Africa

South Africa is definitely home to numerous African beauty queens. From Durban, Pretoria, Johannesburg to Cape Town, meet these gorgeous females in their day to day schedules.

A South African woman is stunning. It does not matter whether she is a Black South African or a White South African. Their amazing African facial features are amazing. You will definitely love their semi-curly, fluffy and sometimes natural afro hair. South Africa has really lived up to expectations in being a rainbow nation!

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6. Angola

Angolan women, daughters of the Atlantic coast. This nation is more like little Brazil comprising of exotic women of varied texture. Most of these females have chocolate complexion.

On average, women have noble features and facial proportions. A number of them are supermodels. An Angolan woman’s beauty is famed for its naturalness, no wonder the supermodels.

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5. Nigeria

A Nigerian woman is famed for her well-rounded curve. Fertility is said to be a natural feature for these beauties. The population of this nation has grown tremendously especially between the ’70s and 2011 pushing the nation at the top list as the most populous nation in Africa.

Women are said to be motherly and wife materials who cherish taking good care of their homes. She is known for her distinctive kitchen related matters.

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4. Kenya

Welcome to Kenya! Home of warm, beautiful, independent and hardworking women. This woman will value her social life aficionado. She will put her best foot forward toiling and is passionate about eking a living. She is a true definition of “beauty with brains”.

In addition to the Kenyan sensation, a Kenyan woman is curvaceous, tall, ebony skin tone and very jovial. A Kenyan woman is down to earth and easy to get along with.

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3. Egypt

Ancient Egypt placed is known for the creation of perfumes, oils and other beauty treatments. The high emphasis on their physical appearance has a lot to do with women’s beauty. Women here have a history of frowned up body hair with much more elaborate wigs.

A golden beautiful complexion is linked to a rich Egyptian woman. Female allure, also known as “divine aroma” is a crucial point in Egyptian writings.

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2. Somalia

Someone who has never spotted the beauty of Somali women may be surprised by their unique features at first sight. The women here are remarkably beautiful and have come of age with many becoming a household name in foreign lands. The culture here has for long directed the behavior and dress code of this woman.

However, over time, a Somali woman is appearing in fashion competitions, and in western movies playing different characters. Her beauty is evident right from chocolate skin, soft long hair and stunning facial features.

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1. Ethiopia

The fact that civilization started in Ethiopia makes it a no-brainer that the country is the home of the most beautiful African Women. Ethiopian queens are by far some of the most beautiful women in the world.

Some associate the beauty of these females to the mixing of Ethiopians with the Yemeni people. Whichever, they are superlative. Regardless, their characteristics are unique and incredibly attractive. They have unrivaled bodies and intriguing faces. Additionally, every woman here can perform incredible shoulder dances.

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Question: Which country has the most beautiful women in Africa?
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Countries in East Africa

Question: How many countries are in East Africa?

Answer: 21

1. Tanzania

Officially known as the Republic of Tanzania and has a total population of 57.31 million led by John Magufulli as the president. Tanzania is famous for having the highest mountain known as Mount Kilimanjaro and also for its wildlife-rich national parks such as the Serengeti Nation Park.

Tanzania is generally a safe country to visit with very friendly locals. Tanzania’s capital city is Dodoma.

2. Kenya

Kenya is an East African nation with the Indian Ocean coastline. With a population of about 47 million people, Kenya has Uhuru Kenyatta as their leader. Kenya has many tourist attractions and also know to be the only country with a national park in the city. Kenyans are known for being great long-distance runners.

Kenya’s capital city is Nairobi which has a total population of 4 million people.

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3. Uganda

Uganda is a landlocked country in East Africa whose diverse ecosystems include the snowcapped Rwenzori Mountains and the massive Victoria Lake. Farming accounts for almost one-quarter of Uganda’s GDP. The country is renowned for its production of tea, tobacco, and cotton. Uganda is widely seen as a peaceful country with low rates of crime.

The capital city of Uganda is Kampala and its official language English and Swahili.

4. Rwanda

In eastern Central Africa, Rwanda is a landscaped republic located south of Equator. Rwanda has one of the highest population densities in sub-Saharan Africa and is geographically a small country. Rwanda has a population of about 12 million people.

Rwanda’s capital city is Kigali and it is one of the cleanest capitals in Africa.

5. Burundi

Gitega is the capital city to the landlocked country Burundi with a total population of 10.86 million people. On 1 July 1962, the nation declared independence, changing its name legally from Rwanda-Urundi to Burundi. Their official languages include French, English, and Kirundi. Burundi is generally considered not safe for tourists by other Governments and is considered to be one of the poorest countries in the world.

6. South Sudan

In 2011, it achieved independence from the Republic of Sudan and is now widely recognized as the newest sovereign state. South Sudan’s capital city is Juba and the country has a population of about 12.58 million people. Juba is also the largest city in South Sudan.

South Sudan is one of the world’s poorest. Most of the country’s villages have no electricity or running water and there is not enough infrastructure for the country with just 10,000 kilometers of asphalt roads.

7. Djibouti

It is located in the Horn of Africa. Djibouti, partly due to a large western military presence, is one of the safest destinations in Africa. Serious crime or animosity specifically aimed at travelers is very rare and there is nothing else to think about than in most other nations.

Djibouti has a population of about 1 million people. Their official language is Arabic and French.

8. Eritrea

With a population of about 5 million people, Eritrea is known to be founded on 27 April 1993. The existence of hundreds of thousands of land mines has left Eritrea facing environmental issues such as continuous deforesting, desertification, soil erosion, overgrazing, and major land losses.

Eritrea’s capital city is Asmara and its official language is Tigrinya.

9. Ethiopia

Also located on the horn of Africa, Ethiopia is the largest country in East Africa and has a population of 106 million people. Ethiopia is one of the oldest countries in the world and its territorial scope has varied throughout its thousands of years. Ethiopia is bounded north by Eritrea, northwest by Djibouti, east by Somalia, south by Kenya, and west by South Sudan.

Ethiopia’s official Language is Amharic

10. Somalia

Mogadishu being its capital city the country has a population of about 15 million people.  It is bordered on the west by Ethiopia, the north by the Aden Gulf, the east by the Guardafui Channel and the southwest by the Somali Sea.

11. Comoros

Comoros, in the warm waters of the Mozambique Channel Indian Ocean off the East coast of Africa, is a volcanic archipelago. The capital and also the largest city in Comoros is Moroni.  The Official languages include French, Comorian, and  Arabic. Comoros is among the world’s least developed countries with 45 percent of the population living below the poverty line and ranked third from the last in the 2013 Global Hunger index.

12. Mauritius

Mauritius is known for its beaches, lagoons, and reefs as an Indian Ocean Island nation. The mountain interior is made up of National Park Black River Gorges, with rainforests, cascades and animals like the flying fox.

Its capital city is Port Louis and the country has a population of 1.3 million people. It is located 2.000 km off the African continent’s south-east coast.

13. Seychelles

Seychelles is also considered as one of the countries in East Africa. Seychelles are an archipelago of 115 islands off East Africa in the Indian Ocean. It is home to numerous beaches, coral reefs, natural parks, and rare animals, including the giant tortoises of Aldabra. It is also home to the Morne Seychellois mountain rainforests, as well as beaches such as Beau Vallon and Anse Takamaka.

Seychelles has a population of about 100,000 people.

14. Reunion

Réunion island is known for its tropical, rainforest interior, coral reefs and beaches, as a French department of the Indian Ocean. It has a population of fewer than 1 million people and uses Euro as their national countries. Saint-Denis is the capital city of Reunion.

15. Mayotte

Mayotte is an Indian Ocean archipelago between Madagascar and Mozambique’s coast. Mayotte is the smallest country in East Africa and has a population of 270,372 people. They speak french as their official language.

16. Mozambique

Mozambique is a nation in East Africa whose long coastline has popular beaches, including Tofo and offshore marine parks. Mozambique is the largest of its kind.

Mozambique, although a beautiful country and lots of tourist attractions, has ever been listed as the poorest country. It has a population of about 29.67 million and its capital city is Maputo (which was once known as  “Lourenço Marques” from 1876 to 1976).

17. Madagascar

Madagascar is an island country in the Indian Ocean that lies about 400 kilometers off the East African coast, and the Republic of Madagascar, formerly known as the Malagasy Republic.

Madagascar has a population of about 25.57 million and the island is famously known for wildlife and culture

18. Malawi

The topography of the highlands of Malawi, a landlocked country in the Southeast, is distinguished by the Great Rift Valley with its massive Lake Malawi. The South end of the Lake Malawi National Park-which houses a range of wildlife from baboons to colorful fish-is also popular for boating and diving in clear waters.

Malawi’s capital city is Lilongwe with the country having a total population of 18.9 million people.

19. Zambia

Zambia is a landscaped country in East Africa with rough terrain and wildlife, and numerous parks and safari areas.

Zambia has a population of 17 million people with its capital city being Lusaka

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20. Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe is an East African landlocked country known for its stunning scenery and abundant wildlife, many in parks, reserves and safari regions.

Zimbabwe means “great houses of stone,” which come from the language of Shona. Zimbabwe has a total population of 16.6 million people.

21. Sudan

With a population of 40 million people, It borders on the north by Egypt, northwest by Libya, west by Chad, southwest by the Central African Republic and to the south by South Sudan, South-east Ethiopia, east by Eritrea and northeast by the Red Sea.

Sudan’s capital city is Khartoum.

Question: How many countries are in East Africa?

Answer: 21

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101 Facts That Will Make You Want To Travel To South Africa

In this List, we will give you 101 Interesting Facts about South Africa:

  • Christiaan Barnard was the first Doctor to perform the first human heart transplant in Cape Town in 1967.

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  • South Africa has The Rovos Rail, the world’s most luxurious train in The World.

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  • The Palace of the Lost City in South Africa is the world’s largest themed resort hotel in the world.

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  • South Africa hosts the world’s largest commercial Bungy jumping in the world which is 710 feet.
  • A migration of South African fish is so large that it can be seen from outer space.
  • South Africa has the cheapest electricity in the world.
  • There was an apartheid government – white minority rule – in South Africa for nearly 50 years.
  • South Africa is the world’s largest country with an HIV epidemic. It is said that one in five men is suffering from Aids in South Africa.
  • South Africa is considered to have one of the most blue and beautiful sky in the world.
  • In South Africa it is opposed by law if someone wears nothing but a bathing dress and sits next to any person of the opposite sex over 2 m.
  • The official name of South Africa is the Republic of South Africa.
  • The oldest meteoric scar in the world is in South Africa, the Vredefort Dome in a region that is called Parys.
  • South Africa has the Largest Economy in the Continent of Africa
  • South Africa is one of the most developed countries in Africa
  • Cave paintings have been discovered in South Africa that date to about 75,000 years ago

Interesting Facts About South Africa

  • South Africa has three capital cities, Pretoria, Bloemfontein, and Cape Town.
  • Drivers in South Africa use the left side of the road.
  • Soccer, rugby and cricket are the most popular sports in South Africa.
  • South Africa is the only country in Africa that has ever hosted the world cup which took place in 2010.
  • Johannesburg is the biggest town in South Africa. Soweto and Durban are also major cities.
  • South Africa has 11 official languages, which include: Afrikaans, Dutch, Ndebele, Sotho, Swazi, Tswana, Tsonga, Venda, Xhosa Zulu, and English
  • The length of the coastline of South Africa reaches over 2500 kilometers (1553 miles).
  • The Major Rivers in South Africa are Limpopo and Orange
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  • South African brewery SABMiller is – by volume the world’s largest brewery. Up to 50% of China’s beer is also supplied by SAB Miller.

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  • The world’s smallest (less than 0.39 inch) and largest (the baobab tree) sugar plants are found in South Africa.
  • South Africa has a population of about 55 million people with a land area of about 1,219,089 square kilometers.
  • According to the World Bank, South Africa has the highest income inequality in the world in 2019.
  • South Africa is the largest macadamia nuts manufacturer in the world.
  • According to the World Bank, South Africa has the highest income inequality in the world in 2019.
  • The longest wine route in the world is in South Africa.
  • The third biggest canyon in the world – and the largest green – is the Blyde River Canyon which is found in South Africa.
  • In Soweto, the only street in the world that houses two Nobel Peace Prize winners. The Nobel Price Winners were Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu.

  • Today, South Africa is the only nation worldwide to host a World Cup of Football, Cricket and Rugby.
  • South Africa has: deserts, wetlands, grasslands, bush, subtropical forests, mountains and escarpments.
  • The Table Mountain is considered to be one of the world’s oldest peaks and one of the world’s 12 major energy centers of magnetic, electrical or religious power radiating.
  • The drinking water of South Africa is ranked as the 3rd best drinking water in the world.
  • South Africa’s Cape Winelands have around 560 wineries and 4 400 primary producers
  • South Africa is the only country in the entire world that has voluntarily abandoned its nuclear weapons program.
  • South Africa’s mining and mineral riches are strong and considered the world leader with almost 90% of all earth’s platinum metals and around 41% of the world’s gold!
  • Out of the South African Sea, there are over 2000 shipwrecks; the majority date from at least 500 years.
  • Johannesburg has the largest man-made forest in the world. It has more than 10 million trees.
  • Nearly 80% of the population of South Africa is Christian
  • South Africa was the first African country to recognize same-sex marriage in 2006 and the fifth country in the world.
  • The largest bicycle race in the world is in  South Africa and hosts 35,000 riders.
  • South Africa is the largest producer of platinum in the world.
  • At the Premier Mine in Pretoria, South Africa, on 25 January 1905, the world’s biggest diamond was discovered

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