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|Title: ||Sea Level Measurement And Analysis in the Western Indian Ocean: National Reports: South Africa|
|Authors: ||Waldron, H.|
|ASFA Terms: ||Sea level measurement|
|Issue Date: ||Jul-1999|
|Abstract: ||South Africa occupies 1 219 080 square kilometres at the southernmost tip of the Africancontinent, stretching from the Limpopo River in the North to Cape Agulhas in the South. Onthe west coast border is the South Atlantic Ocean, while the eastern coastline runs along theIndian Ocean. In the north, South Africa borders Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe, whileMozambique and Swaziland border on the North-East.
South Africa has a total population (as at 27 April 1994, according to the Central StatisticalService (CSS)) of approximately 40 284 640. (Regional population figures quoted in thisdocument are also based on CSS figures).|
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