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South Africa travel facts

South Africa map
Area (sq km): 1,221,040
Population: 44,344,136
Nationality: South African
Local Name: South Africa
Language: IsiZulu,
IsiXhosa,
Afrikaans,
Sepedi
Time Zone: +2 GMT
Currency: 1 rand = 100 cents
Rate: www.xe.com
Capital: Pretoria
Dialling Code: +27
Electricity: 220V/50Hz
Internet Code: .za
Religion: Zion Christian,
Pentecostal,
Catholic
Climate: Mediterranean,
Desert,
Subtropical
Government: Republic
Inoculations: Yellow Fever
Driving: Left
Int'l License: Required
Banking: M-F 8.30-15.30
Major Airports: Cape Town(CPT),
Durban(DUR),
Johannesburg(JNB),
Mmabatho(MBD),
Nelspruit-Kruger (MQP),
Polokwane(PTG)

Accommodation in South Africa and Stellenbosch Festival

The Spier Arts Summer Season was the brain child of Dick Enthoven in 1996. His vision was to create a festival to celebrate the African heritage through performing arts at the Stellenbosch Festival. This amazing festival showcases local talent with a cultural extravaganza unmatched when you visit South Africa and book your accommodation in South Africa..

Stellenbosch Winery
Stellenbosch Winery

Stellenbosch Winery & accommodation in South Africa

The Spier Arts Summer Season is held at the gorgeous Spier Estate in Stellenbosch a short 30 minute drive from Cape Town. Stellenbosch Winery itself is a must when you have booked accommodation South Africa. It is one of the best wine regions in South Africa and its scenery is stunning. Thus, it goes with out saying that wine tasting is a great addition to this already superb Stellenbosch Festival.

Spier Arts Summer Season information

The festival’s programme runs from December to March. The aim is to present people with established performers and to promote new talent. Over 30,000 people attend the events annually and rent accommodation South Africa. Spier Summer Festival has come to represent the great achievements of African performing art. For your pleasure at the Stellenbosch Festival are dancers, theatre productions, play premieres and live music. They all come together in celebration of their great heritage and culture, and this is all on display for you when you visit South Africa.

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