FIFTY FACTS ABOUT A REMARKABLE NATION South Africa THE GOOD NEWS www.sagoodnews.co.zaSlide 2
The Rand was the best performing money against the US Dollar somewhere around 2002 and 2005 (Bloomberg Currency Scorecard)Slide 4
South Africa has 48,000 high net riches people holding in any event US$1 million in monetary resources (World Wealth Report 2007)Slide 5
South Africa has the 27 th greatest economy on the planet, with a Gross Domestic Product of US$254 billion (World Bank)Slide 6
South Africa represents right around 25% of the GDP of the whole African mainland, more than double the second\'s extent greatest - Algeria. (World Bank)Slide 7
Gauteng is South Africaâs littlest area however delivers 34% of South Africaâs Gross Domestic Product. (Details SA)Slide 8
The JSE Securities Exchange is the 14 th biggest values trade on the planet, with an aggregate business sector capitalisation of some R2.3trillion (JSE)Slide 9
More than 12,000 âBlack Diamondâ families (South Africaâs new dark white collar class) or 50,000 individuals â are moving from the townships into suburbia of the South Africaâs metro zones consistently (UCT Unilever Institute)Slide 10
The dark working class developed by 30% in 2005, adding another 421,000 dark grown-ups to SAâs aggregate white collar class to just about a third. Somewhere around 2001 and 2004, there were 300,000 new dark contestants to the white collar class (Financial Mail)Slide 11
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South Africa creates 66% of Africaâs power (Eskom)Slide 13
South African power supplier gives the fourth least expensive power on the planetSlide 14
Chris Hani-Baragwanath Hospital in Soweto is the greatest healing facility on the planetSlide 15
Durban is the biggest port in Africa and the ninth biggest on the planetSlide 16
There are 39 million phone clients in South Africa (International Telecommunication Union)Slide 17
Over thirteen million South Africans (a populace\'s quarter) have admittance to social awards ( Department of Social Development)Slide 19
Since 1994, 500 houses have been fabricated every day for poor people and 1,000 houses for every day have gotten powerSlide 20
Seventy percent of South Africaâs populace is urbanizedSlide 21
Our populace is set to settle at around 45 million individuals for the following 20 yearsSlide 22
The quantity of visitors going to South Africa has developed by 188% since 1994, from 3 million to 8.4 million in 2006 (Department of Environment and Tourism)Slide 24
The Singita amusement store was voted the best inn on the planet by the perusers of a main travel magazine (Conde Nast Traveler)Slide 25
The worldâs best land âbased whale-watching spot is situated in Hermanus in the Western CapeSlide 26
In 2002, South Africaâs tourism developed at three times the worldwide normal.Slide 27
South Africa has the biggest timed cycle race on the planet (the Cape Argus Cycle Tour), the worldâs most established and biggest ultra-marathon (the Comrades Marathon) and the universes biggest untamed water swimming occasion (the Midmar Mile)Slide 29
South Africa will turn into the first African nation to have the Soccer World Cup in 2010â¦and the first nation on the planet to have facilitated the Cricket, Rugby and Soccer World CupsSlide 30
Since the 1940âs, South African golfers have won more golf majors than some other country, aside from the United StatesSlide 31
In 1994, we won 11 decorations in the Common Wealth Games. In 2002 we won 46.Slide 32
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South Africa houses one of the three biggest telescopes on the planet at Sutherland in the Karoo.Slide 34
South Africa is the to start with, and to date the main, nation to manufacture atomic weapons and after that deliberately disassemble its whole atomic weapons program.Slide 35
South Africaâs Constitution is generally viewed as being a standout amongst the most dynamic on the planet, drawing from the universes\' encounters most exceptional majority rule governments.Slide 36
The South African oil organization Sasol has built up the main financially demonstrated oil - from-coal operations on the planet.Slide 37
Two of the worldâs most significantly empathetic methods of insight started in South Africa-Ubuntu (the faith in a widespread obligation of sharing that join all humankind) and Ghandiâs thought of âpassive resistanceâ ( Satyagraha), which he created while living in South Africa.Slide 38
Almost a quarter of South Africaâs non-intrigue spending plan is spent on training.Slide 40
The University of South Africa UNISA is a pioneer of tertiary separation instruction and is the biggest correspondence college on the planet with 250,000 understudiesSlide 41
Our learner to educator proportion has enhanced from 1:50 in 1994 to 1:34 in 2004Slide 42
South Africaâs matric pass rate has enhanced from 49% in 1994 to 70% in 2004, yet understudies accepting college exceptions have stayed at 18%Slide 43
South Africa is the support of mankindSlide 45
Afrikaans is the most youthful authority dialect on the planetSlide 46
The Western Deep Levels is the worldâs most profound mine at 3777 metersSlide 47
South Africa has the worldâs biggest stores of gold, chromium, platinum and manganese.Slide 48
The main road on the planet to house two Nobel Peace Prize victors is in Soweto. Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu both have houses in Vilakazi Street, Orlando West.Slide 49
South Africa has the worldâs second most seasoned aviation based armed forces, set up 1920Slide 50
South African Breweries positions as the second biggest preparing organization on the planet. It supplies up to half of Chinaâs lager.Slide 51
South Africa has the second most seasoned film industry on the planetSlide 52
In 2005, Time Magazine hailed President Thabo Mbeki as the Most Powerful Man in Africa, and in 2007 South African representative, Cyril Ramaphosa was incorporated in the Time 100, a yearly rundown, collected when magazine, of the 100 most persuasive individuals on the planet.Slide 53
Cape Town has the fifth-best blue sky on the planet as per the UKâs National Physical Laboratory.Slide 54
The Kruger National Park underpins the best mixed bag of untamed life species on the African mainlandSlide 56
The Cango Caves close Oudsthoorn are the worldâs longest underground surrender arrangement.Slide 57
South Africa is home to both the biggest area warm blooded animal (elephant) and the littlest vertebrate (wench).Slide 58
South Africa is the main nation to house a whole botanical kingdom (fynbos), one of just 6 on the planet.Slide 59
In 1991, South Africa turned into the first nation on the planet to ensure the Great White shark.Slide 60
South Africa has the most established meteor scar on the planet, at the Vredefort Dome close Parys. The scar is 2 billion years of age.Slide 61
South Africa has the third most abnormal amount of biodiversity around the world. (SA Tourism)Slide 62
The Cape Hyraxâs (dassie) nearest relative is the African elephant.Slide 63
South Africa has grasped the idea of trans-outskirts âpeace parks
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