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Free State Hunting Area

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Free State: quick facts
Capital: Bloemfontein
Languages: 64.2% Sesotho, 12.7% Afrikaans, 7.5% isiXhosa
Population: 2 745 590 (Census 2011)
Share of SA population: 5.3%
Area: 129 825 square kilometres
Share of total SA area: 10.6%

 

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Kwazulu Natal Hunting Area

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KwaZulu-Natal: quick facts

Capital: Pietermaritzburg
Major city: Durban
Languages: 77.8% isiZulu, 13.2% English
Population: 10 267 300 (2011)
Share of SA population: 19.8%
Area: 94 361 square kilometres
Share of total SA area: 7.7%

The hunting concessions comprise areas of unspoilt Bushveld,

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Limpopo Hunting Area

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Limpopo: quick facts

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

Limpopo is the northern most province of South Africa. The capital is Polokwane, formerly named Pietersburg.

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Mpumalanga Hunting Area

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Mpumalanga: quick facts
 Capital: Mbombela
Languages: 27.7% siSwati, 24.1% isiZulu, 10.4% Xistonga, 10.1% isiNdebele
Population: 4 039 939 (2011)
Share of SA population: 7.8%
Area: 76 495 square kilometres
Share of total SA area: 6.3%
Mpumalanga (name changed from Eastern Transvaal

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North West Hunting Area

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Capital: Mahikeng
Major city: Potchefstroom
Languages: 63.4% Setswana, 9% Afrikaans
Population: 3 509 953 (2011)
Share of SA population: 6.8%
Area: 106 512 square kilometres
Share of total SA area: 8.7%

North West is a province of South Africa. Its capital is Mafikeng.

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Northern Cape Hunting Area

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Capital: Kimberley
Languages: 53.8% Afrikaans, 33.1% Setswana
Population: 1 145 861 (2011)
Share of SA population: 2.2%
Area: 372 889 square kilometres
Share of total SA area: 30.5%

The Northern Cape is the largest and most sparsely populated province of South Africa. Its capital is Kimberley.

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