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South AFRica. Group 2. 13 Patty 盧 羿璇 21 Violet 陳怡君 22 Tim 李彥霆 27 Leo 黃章秩 29 Clare 何昆城 46 Ji-hua 張之華. Date : 05 / 07/2014. Outline. Overview of Country Economy & Industry Representative Company Video Conclusion Reference Q&A. introduction.

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South AFRica

Group 2

13 Patty 盧羿璇

21 Violet 陳怡君

22 Tim 李彥霆

27 Leo 黃章秩

29 Clare 何昆城

46 Ji-hua 張之華

Date : 05 / 07/2014


Outline

  • Overview of Country

  • Economy & Industry

  • Representative Company

  • Video

  • Conclusion

  • Reference

  • Q&A


introduction

  • 25th-larges country

  • 53 million people

  • 24th-most populous nation

  • 11 official languages

  • Rainbow Nation

Its economy is the largest and most developed in Africa. 


Overview of Country


Outline

→ Geography→ Capital→ Climate→ food→ language→ Population→ Currency→ religion→ politics→ specialculture


Geography

Southernmost region of Africa.

A long coastline  2,500 km

Along two oceans

Equal 1/8 size of USA

Nine province & three capital


Capital

Cape town legislative capital

Bloemfontein Judicial capital

Pretoria  Administrative capital

Cape town

Bloemfontein


Climate

Sping & Summer

15°C ~28°C

Autumn & Winter

8°C~20°C

Opposition to the northern hemisphere.


food

South Africa Wines(Cape town –Mediterranean) 

Bobotie

Boerewors


language

South Africans can speak more than one language.


Population

The ‘’Rainbow People’’


Currency

South African Rand(ZAR)蘭特1 ZAR =3.4 TWD


religion

  • Christians 79.8%

  • Muslims 1.5%

  • Hindus 1.2%

  • Traditional African religion 0.3%

  • Judaism 0.2%.

  • No religious affiliation 15.1%

  • Other 0.6%


Politics


Politics

Nelson Mandela :The first elected president of Africa

Movie : “Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom”


Special Culture


March in the carnival


Economy & Industry


Introduction

  • Mixed economy

  • High GDP

  • High rate of poverty and unemployment

  • Income inequality

  • Not have a *thrivinginformal economy

  • * thriving:very healthy or successful


Introduction

  • Tourism

  • Ilegal immigrants

  • Immigration policy

  • International trading partners


Economy and Industry

  • Agriculture

  • Mining

  • Metals

  • Tourism


Agriculture

  • Contributes 4% of GDP

  • With only 13% of land used for growing crops.

  • Maize is most widely grown.


Mining

  • Gold, Diamond, Platinum and Chromium

  • Creates one million jobs (500,000 direct and 500,000 indirect)

  • Accounts for about 18% of GDP (8.6% direct, 10% indirect and induced)


Metals

  • Net exporter

  • Ranked 10th in the world, to more than 100 countries

  • Approximately 500,000 tons of ferrous-scrap were exported


Tourism

  • One of the world's fastest growing leisure and business travel destinations

Cape of Good Hope


Representative company


De beers

Representative company


  • 1888

  • CecilJohnRhodes

  • Luxembourg


Major products & service

  • Diamond mining

  • Diamond shops

  • Diamond trading and industrial

    Diamond manufacturing


  • 16 offices 23,000 employees


Future plans

  • In sustainable development

  • In technological leadership

  • In the integrity of diamonds


Diamonds Ad


Conclusion


Reference

  • Overview of Country

  • http://www.fantasy-tours.com/Tours/Africa/southafrica-20140619.html?areaNo=F4104A608CFB0394&groupNo=E7D708A1741BFE37E5DE9F1AA832AB58&catalogNo=4DBAEB160156C738&tab=5463DFF2EE879194

  • http://zh.wikipedia.org/zh-tw/%E5%8D%97%E9%9D%9E#.E4.BA.BA.E5.8F.A3

  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/South_Africa

  • Economy & Industry

  • http://www.southafrica.info/business/economy/sectors/mining.htm#.U1x7mdIW3gA

  • http://www.southafrica.info/business/economy/sectors/manufacturing.htm#.U1xtTdIW3gA

  • http://www.southafrica.info/business/economy/sectors/tourism-overview.htm#.U1x7itIW3gA

  • http://zh.wikipedia.org/zh-tw/%E5%8D%97%E9%9D%9E#.E4.BA.BA.E5.8F.A3

  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/South_Africa

  • Representative Company

  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/De_Beers

  • http://www.debeers.tw/about-de-beers

  • http://www.knowledgeatwharton.com.cn/index.cfm?fa=printArticle&articleID=1607&languageid=5

  • Video

  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U7p9EbqFPmU


Q &A


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