Limpopo

Limpopo is the northern most province of South Africa. It is named after the Limpopo River that flows across the province.

Rich in natural beauty, culture and wildlife, Limpopo has a thriving tourism industry and offers the adventure traveller the most spectacular natural scenery.

Limpopo lies within an area of mixed grassland and trees generally known as “bushveld”. A summer-rainfall region, the northern and eastern areas are subtropical with hot and humid summers and mist in the mountains. Winter is mild and mostly frost-free

Capital: Polokwane
Languages: 52.9% Sepedi, 17% Xitsonga, 16.7% Tshivenda
Population: 5 404 868 (2011)
Share of total SA population: 10.4%
Area: 125 755 km2
Share of total SA area: 10.3%
Population density: 43 people per km2

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