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Why Is South Africa Very Rich And Proud?


Why is South Africa Very Rich and Proud?
Being a country on the African continent’s southernmost tip, South Africa has various diverse ecosystems. Big game abounds in Kruger National Park, an inland safari destination. Beaches, rich winelands around Stellenbosch and Paarl, rugged cliffs at the Cape of Good Hope, forest and lagoons along the Garden Route, and the metropolis of Cape Town, which sits beneath flat-topped Table Mountain, are all found in the Western Cape. South Africa is abundant in a wide range of minerals. Iron ore, platinum, manganese, chromium, copper, uranium, silver, beryllium, and titanium are among the country’s deposits, in addition to diamonds and gold. There have been no economically exploitable petroleum deposits discovered, but there are moderate quantities of natural gas off the southern coast, and synthetic fuel is produced from coal at two huge plants in the Free State and Mpumalanga provinces. Although for decades manufacturing has employed more people and produced a bigger proportion of gross domestic product (GDP) than mining has, the mining sector continues to form the heart of the South African economy as mining-centred holding firms invest in other economic activity.
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