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  2. Economy of Africa - Wikipedia

    West Africa, East Africa, Central Africa and Southern Africa in particular, are expected to reach a combined GDP of $29 trillion by 2050. [6] In March 2013, Africa was identified as the world's poorest inhabited continent; however, the World Bank expects that most African countries will reach "middle income" status (defined as at least US ...

  3. Water supply and sanitation in South Africa - Wikipedia

    Building on earlier experiences with private sector participation since 1994, a five-year management contract for water services in Johannesburg, South Africa's largest city and the country's economic and financial hub, was awarded in 2000 to the Joint Venture Water and Sanitation Services South Africa (WSSA). The Johannesburg management ...

  4. Cannabis in South Africa - Wikipedia

    Cannabis was wholly criminalised in South Africa in 1928 under the Medical, Dental, and Pharmacy Act, for political and moral reasons. In 1937, the government of South Africa introduced the Weeds Act, which made the occupant or owner of a property accountable for preventing the growth of cannabis, or any other plant classified as a "weed", on the property.

  5. Gujarati people - Wikipedia

    The majority of Gujarati Muslim are Sunni Muslim.Minority communities include Twelver, Nizari Ismailis, Daudi Bohra, Khoja.. Diaspora. Gujaratis have a long tradition of seafaring and a history of overseas migration to foreign lands, to Yemen Oman Bahrain, Kuwait, Zanzibar and other countries in the Persian Gulf since a mercantile culture resulted naturally from the state's proximity to the ...

  6. SABMiller - Wikipedia

    Pre-acquisition history. The origins of the company date back to the foundation of South African Breweries in 1895 in South Africa. For many decades, the operations of South African Breweries were mainly limited to southern Africa, where it had established a dominant position in the market during South African Apartheid, until 1990 when it began investing in Europe.

  7. South Africa national soccer team - Wikipedia

    South Africa's first match under new coach, Ephraim Mashaba was a Group A qualifying match for AFCON 2015, played at Al-Merrikh Stadium against Sudan on 5 September 2014. South Africa won the match 3–0 with two goals from Sibusiso Vilakazi in the 55th and 61st minutes and a goal from Bongani Ndulula in the 78th minute.

  8. Coal in South Africa - Wikipedia

    South Africa coal production (red) and exports (black) South Africa produces in excess of 255 million tonnes of coal (2011 estimate) and consumes almost three-quarters of that domestically. As of 2018, South Africa was the seventh largest producer and consumer of coal in the world. This large industry, means that as of 2015 about 80,000 workers, or.5% of total employment, was from the coal ...

  9. Sho Madjozi - Wikipedia

    The gqom-genre song trended on regions, mainly in South Africa as it reached two-million views, which is a favourable success for the [COLOURS] music platform. Madjozi was praised for the song by many notable people, including rapper Missy Elliott , who retweeted her video on her Twitter page, whilst professional wrestler John Cena posted ...