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South Africa travel can be a much richer experience for the visitor armed with an understanding of the country's traditions, cultures, travel safety precautions and other key information. This page provides a Directory of articles that discuss these and other topics in detail. The Travel Links page also provides links to a number of useful websites, including:

What are the latest foreign currency conversion rates for my home currency?
Where can I find information on the prevention and treatment of malaria?
Will my electrical appliances work in South Africa? What do I need to know?
See: Travel electrical adapters, converters, transformers and dual-voltage appliances
and other useful links to answer your questions.

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Travel Safety

Ezine Article by Marius Bezuidenhout
arrow  Safety for Travellers and Tourists to South Africa
The safety and security of visitors is a vital consideration for destinations around the world. Here are some safety guidelines for travel to South Africa and other African countries - and in fact for anywhere you may travel internationally.

Culture and Traditions

Ezine Article by Lavana James
arrow  Xhosa: Experience a Different Culture
South Africa is an unusually diverse nation with the indigenous cultures of Zulu and Xhosa the mainstays of the recently conceived democracy. Africans in this country include the Zulu, Xhosa, Ndebele, Swazi, Sotho-Tswana, Tsonga and Venda. Nine of the country's 11 official languages are African, reflecting the variety of ethnic groupings. The other two official languages are English and Afrikaans (with Dutch/Flemish roots). This article focuses on the culture of the amaXhosa. The great Nelson Mandela and Bishop Desmond Tutu are Xhosa.

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