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Andrew M. Means Prochaska 25 August 2010 Kefentse Zuma Rev.1: Population August 20, 2010 During this wonderful time of the World Cup for my country, I have never seen so many different races come together for just one event. These types of moments give me hope of no more war and hatred, and hope of peace and equality. I had always felt that South Africa was a perfect place to have the World Cup as the first nation in Africa. Our population is very diverse and we showcased the world what we had to offer. Our population shapes our country in many different ways. I bet you are wondering, “How does the population affect South Africa?” Our country has forty nine million people, which makes us the fourth largest nation in Africa. After learning about the history of South Africa for a while, I am pleasantly surprised that the country is where it is today. All of the issues including apartheid, AIDS outbreaks, and malaria outbreaks seemed to indicate that our country would be doomed. It has
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This note was uploaded on 06/16/2011 for the course KSU 1111 taught by Professor Prochaska during the Spring '11 term at Kennesaw.

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