South Africa and Its People
New Africa Press, 2008 - 416 pages
This work looks at South Africa and its people including all the racial and ethnic groups in all the provinces and their different cultures. It's also a general historical background of South Africa since the founding of the country. Also the country's natural resources in every province is one of the subjects covered in the book. African immigrants in South Africa, a relatively new group in the country especially since the end of apartheid, is another subject addressed by the author. And there's much more that's covered in this work.
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