Welcome to SouthAfrica.co.za

Media company, Publisher about South Africa rich collective heritage.
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SouthAfrica.co.za celebrates the nation’s collective heritage and showcases everything that makes the country special. We provide factual information, written by experts, on diverse topics, from Art to Zebra. The platform also showcases the best products, brands and services on offer in the country.

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Having no specific breeding season, the cheetah female can give birth throughout the year in South Africa. After a gestation period of three months, 1 - 5 cubs weighing about 272 g are born to a litter.

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The name Xhosa is a general term, used for an assortment of noble clans of Nguni descent, the Pondo, Bomvana, Thembu and the Xhosa tribe itself.

The Xhosa-speaking peoples or Cape Nguni inhabit the Eastern Cape, from the KwaZulu-Natal border to the Eastern Cape Zuurveld. Historically they were h...

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8 months ago
Fantastic organisation, very professional, knowledgeable staff and give excellent service, would definitely recommend and use again
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South Africa Places | Arts | Heritage | Culture | Nature | History | Conservation | Humanity | Food | Traditions | People | Industry | Travel | Agriculture | Conservation & Environmental Issues

Available in English, Afrikaans, isiXhosa, isiZulu Sepedi, Sesotho, Setswana, siSwati, Tshivenda, Xitsonga and isiNdebele 

Who We Are - SouthAfrica.co.za is the showcase of the nation’s collective heritage and everything that makes the country special. We provide factual information, written by experts, on diverse topics, from Art to Zebra.

The platform also showcases the best products of origin, brands and services on offer in the country.

What We Do - We have engaged the writing skills of well-known South African viticulturists, travel writers, agricultural writers, historians and adventurers to provide us with content that is interesting relevant and factual.

Selected content is translated into all 11 languages, allowing anyone in South Africa to access it in their home language. Some of South Africa’s most celebrated photographers and photojournalists display images of fantastic scenery, everyday life, marine life, political events, wildlife, famous people, architecture, birds, and cultural events providing a visual showcase of our heritage like never seen before.

Topics Include - Heritage and Culture ; Art and Artists ; Our Famous People ;  ie. Nelson Mandela ;  Agriculture ; South African History ; Natural Heritage ; Arts and Crafts ; Conservation Environmental Issues ; Our Nation ; South African World Heritage Sites ; Places 

Places in South Africa -  We are proud to present factual content on ‘Places’ in South Africa written by travel writers, historians and adventurers who have travelled our beautiful diverse country. The information on ‘Places’ from Cape Town to Kruger National Park will educate and expand knowledge about the history and life of citizens in South Africa.

For High-school and College Students As part of our offering SouthAfrica.co.za has launched a nation-wide Educational Resource for high school and college students, aimed at raising awareness in topics such as Nature Conservation and Environmental Protection. Mammals ; Reptiles Trees ; Grasses and Flowers ; Bird Life ; Marine Life ; Conservation Environmental Issues

Enabling The Emerging Farmer Of particular interest is our South Africa Agriculture Channel where the information is being made available specifically to help emerging farmers increase their knowledge through well-researched guides on a range of topics, translated into all 11 of South Africa’s official languages.

Our series of ‘How-To’ Guides are written by agricultural researchers, writers and lecturers that are each specialists in their field. This information will empower emerging farmers in South Africa and help improve their farming activities in a sustainable and profitable way. Topics covered include: Livestock Breeding and the growing of Vegetables, Fruit and Grains. This information is made available on their cell phone, or other mobile devices, in their own language.

This information is now available on all mobile devices, with selected content in all of South Africa’s 11 official languages Sepedi, Sesotho, Setswana, siSwati, Tshivenda, Xitsonga, Afrikaans, English, isiNdebele, isiXhosa and isiZulu .

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8 Dean Street, Suite 2A
Cape Town
South Africa

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