South Africa culture and more

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South Africa Cultures South Africa is a country rich in culture, and has been referred to as the 'rainbow nation', a title which illuminates the country's cultural diversity . The population of South Africa is one of the most complex and diverse in the world. Of the estimated 45 million South Africans , nearly 31 million are Black, 5 million White, 3 million Coloured and one million Indian. The population density of South Africa is 32.9 people per square kilometre. The Black population is divided into four major ethnic groups, namely Nguni, Sotho, Shangaan-Tsonga and Venda. There are numerous subgroups of which the Zulu and Xhosa (two subgroups of the Nguni) are the largest. The majority of the White population is of Afrikaans descent (60%), with many of the remaining 40% being of British descent. Most of the Coloured population lives in the Northern Cape and Western Cape provinces , whilst most of the Indian population lives in KwaZulu Natal . The Afrikaner population is concentrated in the Gauteng and Orange Free State provinces and the English population in the Western and Eastern Cape and Kwazulu- Natal . The Cast of Culture in South Africa by: Gregory Hudson Drive along one of South Africa 's scenic strips and you will notice a landscape composed of a backdrop of wide open spaces, blue mountains and blood-red sunsets. These scenes abound,
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