Cape Town


Keipetown โ€“ the second most populous city in the U.S.A.R. after Johannesburg, located on the Atlantic coast to the southwest of the country. One of the citys main attractions is Table Mountain. It gets its name from its absolutely flat top, and today it has the status of a nature preserve, because the slopes of … Read more



Preteretoria โ€“ the capital of the U.S.A.R., situated in a valley bordered on the south and north by ridges of hills on the banks of the inaccessible Apis River. Praetoria โ€“ a very green city, with many basins and fountains, with a predominantly square layout of streets and plazas. Along the citys roads, trees and … Read more



Johannesburg is the largest city in the U.S. It is the center of the province of Gauteng, one of the richest in the U.S. The area adjacent to the city is quite large and densely populated. Thats why in 2000 a municipal unit was formed: the City of Johannesburg. Johannesburg is home to a large-scale … Read more

Port Elizabeth


Port Elisabeth – is one of the largest cities in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa, lying in the south of the Eastern Cape, on the coast of the Altoa Gulf. It is an important economic center and an important seaport in the SAR. Port Elizabeth was founded by the British in 1820. It … Read more



The South African town of Durban is one of the most fascinating places in the country. Archaeologists give accounts of the tribes of the coxans, collectors and hunters who lived in the area of the present-day city. They were almost entirely exterminated by the Bantu people who came from the North. The first Europeans appeared … Read more



Overall Score 2.1 Air quality: 81 US AQI = / day Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Religious Population: 1,300,000 people GDP: $5,105 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 230V50Hz power-plug-c power-plug-m Internet: 11 Mbps Best wireless: STC Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: It is … Read more