The Republic of South Sudan or "South Sudan" for short, is a landlocked country located at the North-eastern part of Africa (more precisely, the East-Central Africa region of Northeastern Africa) just at the south of the Republic of 'North' Sudan.
The Republic of South Sudan also shares borders with the Republic of Ethiopia to the east, the Republic of Uganda to the south, the Republic of Kenya
Ivory Coast or the Republic of Cote D'Ivoire is a beautiful country in the western part of Africa. The Republic of Ivory Coast shares borders with the Republic of Ghana in the east, the Republics of Burkina Faso and Mali in the north and the Atlantic Ocean or the Gulf of Guinea in the south. Cote D'Ivoire has a total land area of about 322,463squared kilometers with about 515kilometers of coast
The Republic of Mozambique (or "Mozambique" for short), is a south-eastern African bordering the Republic of Zimbabwe to the west, the Republics of Zambia and Malawi to the Northwest, the Republic of South Africa and the Kingdom of Swaziland ( Eswatini) to the southwest. Mozambique also borders the Indian Ocean to the east.
The Republic of Mozambique has a total land area of about 799,380
The Republic of Mali or "Mali" for short, is a landlocked country located at the interior part of West Africa surrounded by the People's Democratic Republic of Algeria to the north, the Republic of Niger to the east, the Republic of Senegal and Mauritania to the west, the Republic of Guinea to the southwest, and the Republics of Burkina Faso and Ivory Coast to the south. As it's name implies
The Republic of Malawi (or "Malawi" for short) is a landlocked southeast African country bordering the Republic of Zambia to the west, the Republic of Tanzania to the north and northeast, and the Republic of Mozambique to the east, south and southwest.
The Republic of Malawi has a total land area of about 118,484 squared kilometers (about 24,404sq km of which is covered by water). About 38.2% of
White people make up about 9% of the South African population. The Afrikaans-speaking Dutch descendants known as the Afrikaners make up about 61% of the White South African population, followed by the Anglophone descendants of predominantly British colonists who make up about 36%. The remaining fraction includes groups such as the Portuguese descendants of 1975 (allowed to enter South Africa when