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South Africans speak different languages and follow different religions. South Africa's capitals are Bloemfontein, Cape Town, and Pretoria.


South Africa's multiracial population is its "rainbow" South Africa has 11 official languages: Afrikaans, English, Swazi, Southern Ndebele, Southern Sotho, Tsonga, Tswana, Venda, Xhosa, and Zulu.


De Klerk and Mandela led negotiations to end apartheid in South Africa. First black African president from 1994 to 1999.


South Africa attracts tourists annually. Cape Winelands, Durban Beaches, Table Mountain, and Kruger Park are top South African attractions.


South Africa's inhabitants are as diverse as its landscape.


Sibiya


Kay Sibiya became popular in South Africa after her debut TV appearance. With such look, who can blame him? Sunday Chillaz was his debut on-camera appearance.


Moloi


Lehasa Moloi is a South African actor, presenter, model, and writer. Because of his good looks and acting skills, he was promoted to lead in Season 3 of Rockville.


Shabalala


Calvin Klein South Africa is a model and TV host. Since his 26th birthday, he has appeared in Task Force and The Man Cave on SABC 1.


Dlamini


Ntokozo Dlamini captivated Mzansi's hearts as Mastermind in Uzalo. Ntokozo is from KwaZulu Natal's Pietermaritzburg.


The businessman is one of the continent's most handsome performers. See whether @tk dee is single on Instagram.


Tshirumbula


Gundo Mukwevho and Vuyo Radebe made him famous in South Africa. Nkuli M. is a DJ.


He's one of South Africa's best-looking performers.


Some Mzansi girls wooed by his playing parts fell for his good looks.


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