Provinciae Africae Australis

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Africa Australis in novem provincias divisa est. Circa suffragium generale anni 1994, territoria incolis nigris seposita, saepe bantustans appellata, in civitatem communem reducta sunt, et quattuor provinciae priores in novem divisae sunt.

Insigne Provincia Caput Urbs maxima Superficies[1] Numerus incolarum (2011) [2] Spissitudo incolarum (2011) Index progressus humani (2003)[3]
..North West Flag(SOUTH AFRICA).png Boreoccidentalis Mahikeng (Mafikeng) Rustenburg 104 882 km2 3 509 953 33.5/km2 0.61
..Northern Cape Flag(SOUTH AFRICA).png Caput boreale Kimberley Kimberley 372 889 km2 1 145 861 3.1/km2 0.69
..Western Cape Flag(SOUTH AFRICA).png Caput occidentale Civitas Capitis Civitas Capitis 129 462 km2 5 822 734 45.0/km2 0.77
..Eastern Cape Flag(SOUTH AFRICA).png Caput orientale Bhisho (Bisho) Port Elizabeth 168 966 km2 6 562 053 38.8/km2 0.62
..Free State Flag(SOUTH AFRICA).png Civitas libera Bloemfontein Bloemfontein 129 825 km2 2 745 590 21.1/km2 0.67
..Gauteng Flag(SOUTH AFRICA).png Gauteng Ioannesburgum Ioannesburgum 18 178 km2 12 272 263 675.1/km2 0.74
..KwaZulu-Natal Flag(SOUTH AFRICA).png KwaZulu-Natal Pietermaritzburg Durban 94 361 km2 10 267 300 108.8/km2 0.63
..Limpopo Flag(SOUTH AFRICA).png Limpopo Polokwane (Pietersburg) Polokwane 125 754 km2 5 404 868 43.0/km2 0.59
Flag of Mpumalanga Province.svg Mpumalanga Nelspruit Nelspruit 76 495 km2 4 039 939 52.8/km2 0.65
Flag of South Africa.svg Res publica Africae Australis Praetoria, Civitas Capitis, Bloemfontein Ioannesburgum 1 220 813 km2 51 770 560 42.4/km2 0.67

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† Hi numeri non comprehendunt Insulas Principis Eduardi (33 km2, sine incolis permanentibus), quae sunt territoria Australoafricana in Oceano Indico subantarctco, sed partes Capitis Occidentalis quod ad legem attinet.
‡ Pietermaritzburg et Ulundi fuerunt ambo capita KwaZulu-Natal inter annos 1994 et 2004.
  1. Census 2011: Census in brief. Praetoria: Statistics South Africa. 2012. p. 9. ISBN 9780621413885 
  2. Census 2011: Census in brief. Praetoria: Statistics South Africa. 2012. p. 18. ISBN 9780621413885 
  3. Adelzadeh, Asghar. South Africa Human Development Report 2003. Civitas Capitis: Oxford University Press. p. 282. ISBN 978-0-19-578418-3